Guitar Discussion Forum Archive - October, 2002

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Re: Steve Lukather

:ps: hello
: could you sent me a dedicaced photo or a sign of STEVE LUKATHER if you could give that this is my address:16 rue de paris,77515 pommeuse-France

: alain brisset
: 28 rue l'ouche boyer
: 18 500 mehun sur yevre
: cher FRANCE

: thank you

Re: Steve Lukather

Dear Luke,you're a great guitarist and singer!You're my favorite artist in TOTO's group!
Kisses to all menbers of TOTO and you, ALINE

Re: Steve Lukather

: Dear Luke,you're a great guitarist and singer!You're my favorite artist in TOTO's group!
: Kisses to all menbers of TOTO and you, ALINE
P.S: Could you sent me a dedicaced photo or a sign of Steve Lukather,if you could give that,this is my address:16 rue de Paris,77515 Pommeuse-France.

Yamha guitar

I have a classical Yamaha G240. Can anyone tell me what its worth? Thanks.

Re: Yamha guitar

: I have a classical Yamaha G240. Can anyone tell me what its worth? Thanks.

How much did you pay for it? Was it worth it? If yes then what you payed is what it's worth. If no, then it is worth less than that value. Have you checked Ebay? Ebay is a decent indicator of value (or at least what people will pay independent of actual value.
Recently a Yamaha G-231 II went for $172.50 plus $19.95 shipping.
Are you buying, selling, or gloating??

Re: Yamha guitar

around $200, depending on condition.

: I have a classical Yamaha G240. Can anyone tell me what its worth? Thanks.

Yamha Keybord

can anybody tell me the about yamha keyboard modesl and it worths

just looking for a deal on a keyboard or guitar

i am just looking for a good deal on ethier a keyboard or a guitar, i need to learn how to play on of those and in order to learn i have to get one first so just thought i'd check the net out to see what i could find so if you have any useful info it would be great! well thanks talk to ya later. ~love~ Jamie

Re: Yamha guitar

: I have a CJ-838S do you know how much it is worth

I need advice about a quality electric guitar for a beginner

I am interested in learning how to play electric guitar. I've been researching online and can spend $500 at the most. I was thinking about getting a Fender Strat, but I'm not sure if this will be good to learn on. Please help me!!

Re: I need advice about a quality electric guitar for a beginner

Olp makes an affordable guitar for $200. It has a good fast neck and good sound.

Re: I need advice about a quality electric guitar for a beginner

Squire, by Fender Make EXELLENT guitars. For a beginner probably a strat. Thats what i have because i am also a beginner. Strats are very easy to play and also sound very nice.

Re: I need advice about a quality electric guitar for a beginner

A Strat is a good choice for a first electric; it's one of the most player-friendly designs ever. You should be able to get a decent one for well under $500 -- the Squier series are perfectly adequate beginner's guitars & run $200 or less; for a bit more, you could get the Fender Standard series (about $350). I wouldn't advise spending more than that on a first guitar; wait until you have more experience & a better idea of what kind of features you'll want before you spend serious money (and be sure it's something you're going to stick with). Extra money will get you a nicer look, better tone, maybe somewhat better playability, but probably not enough to matter to a beginner. An entry-level Strat is perfectly adequate & will still be useful years down the road -- you'll keep your expensive Les Paul or PRS safely in its case under the bed, but you'll feel free to leave your beater guitar on a stand in the living room, & you'll play it 10 times as much.
Also, I'd recommend that you pick your guitar in person at a store if possible rather than mail-order or online. Handle a few and notice particularly how the neck feels to you -- is it smooth? Is it a comfortable width & thickness? If you have big hands & fingers, you don't want a tiny neck; if you have small hands, you don't want a club. Your big concern at this point should be to find a guitar that is comfortable & easy to play; don't worry about the sound & looks at this point. Also see if you can get the store to throw in a free "set-up"; if not, pay for it ($20-40 bucks). It'll make a big difference in the way your guitar feels and plays. Good luck.

Gibson guitar

I have a 1950's special model Les Paul. Can anyone tell me what its worth? Thanks.

Re: Gibson guitar

Haaaa
1 Laugh
Thats all

: I have a 1950's special model Les Paul. Can anyone tell me what its worth? Thanks.

searching for mini guitars

I'm looking for a wholesale distributer of miniature guitars no larger than 15" and no less than 12"
If anyone knows where I can get them please let me know! Thanks!!!

Re: searching for mini guitars

Dear Mr Chris,
We can offer you miniature as well as full size guitars. Pls let us know qty you require, so that we will quote accordingly.

Best Regards

Jitesh Jain

Re: searching for mini guitars

: I'm looking for a wholesale distributer of miniature guitars no larger than 15" and no less than 12"
: If anyone knows where I can get them please let me know! Thanks!!!

Re: searching for mini guitars

you do not say where you are

Vintage 60's chrome Bigsby B3 and 60's Epiphone/Gibson Case wanted!

Hi,
I'm looking for a 1960's Bigsby B3 along with a 60's Epiphone/Gibson Hard Shell case to fit my 67 Epiphone Casino. I'm constantly checking E-Bay and www.gbase.com but so far without any luck.

I'm from the UK so any sellers would have to be willing to ship to the UK. I'd appreciate any help.

Cheers.

tunning

How can I practice to playing song from hearing

Re: 12 string tunning

: how do i tune the smaller strings to a twelve string guitar, i have a piano so thta should help

Re: 12 string tunning

fuck you telling rubbish

1971 Epiphone FT-135 Cortez

1971 Epiphone FT-135 Cortez

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Vox Cambridge 30 twin loss of power

I bought a cambridge 30 twin for a small light amp because I was sick of carting my ac30 around. I played it in the shop sounded great and had enough volume for what I was going to use it for. Took it to a solo gig and after 30 mins it just lost all it`s balls. I was left with a scratchy gutless sound that couldn`t even provide background music. I have since found out that this is common and that there is a replacement chip to give the amp more power. Does anyone know anything about this?

Gibson L6 N

In the late 70's I bought a Gibson. I'm sure it was a "L6 N". I sold it in the early 80's...big mistake...live and learn. It was a burgundy color with one pickup as i remember it. I've not seen one since and wonder does anyone else know of this model?

Re: Gibson L6 N

: In the late 70's I bought a Gibson. I'm sure it was a "L6 N". I sold it in the early 80's...big mistake...live and learn. It was a burgundy color with one pickup as i remember it. I've not seen one since and wonder does anyone else know of this model?

Well I also own a Gibson L6 and I'm trying to figure out what year it was made.... i have no idea... but i do own one
thanks
at least i know where to start thanks again

Info on Kay Strat copy

Info on Kay Strat copy

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El Dorado by Apex

El Dorado by Apex

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guitar strings

I play a martin accoustic guitar and I use a medium guage string I do heavy strumming and have trouble breaking strings is there a string that will work better on this guitar

Re: guitar strings

Your problem is obvious, if you would use extralight strings you would have no problem breaking strings. They would break easily with your aggressive playing style. Why not change your bad strumming habits?

: I play a martin accoustic guitar and I use a medium guage string I do heavy strumming and have trouble breaking strings is there a string that will work better on this guitar

Re: guitar strings

thanks Ron I will try using a lighter guage string maybe this will help but I do need to change my strumming habits but it is hard to teach an old dog new tricks once again thanks wierdfred

: : I play a martin accoustic guitar and I use a medium guage string I do heavy strumming and have trouble breaking strings is there a string that will work better on this guitar

Re: guitar strings

Hi:

A reply on this forum last week and I don't see it, so this is just a test run.

Cord

: thanks Ron I will try using a lighter guage string maybe this will help but I do need to change my strumming habits but it is hard to teach an old dog new tricks once again thanks wierdfred

: : : I play a martin accoustic guitar and I use a medium guage string I do heavy strumming and have trouble breaking strings is there a string that will work better on this guitar

Re: guitar strings

You are beating your guitar to death.

Martins are fine instruments. If you are breaking that many strings you need to change (improve) your technique. I haven't broken a string in years. I play 3 - 5 hours a day, plus repairing some guitars and dressing & filing frets. Plus I also perform.

Perhaps your guitar is also tuned too high. Is it tuned to 440?

Good Luck,

Cord

Your problem is obvious, if you would use extralight strings you would have no problem breaking strings. They would break easily with your aggressive playing style. Why not change your bad strumming habits?

: : I play a martin accoustic guitar and I use a medium guage string I do heavy strumming and have trouble breaking strings is there a string that will work better on this guitar

Norman Guitars

If anyone happens to find the webpage or official site for Norman guitars you would have this guitarists appreciation. I have been looking for it for over a week. Please send me a Link.

Re: Norman Guitars

Norman is part of lasido (they make seagull and godin guitars too), so check out their site or ask their webmaster for more info (http://www.lasido.com/).

I have a st68 and it a pretty nice sounding/playing guitar, I especially like the ebony board, check out:

http://www.cs-club.org/~joel/Norman/index.htm

Theres some info there and mor links.

: If anyone happens to find the webpage or official site for Norman guitars you would have this guitarists appreciation. I have been looking for it for over a week. Please send me a Link.

Re: Norman Guitars

It took the time but here it is:
www.normanguitars.com

Re: Norman Guitars

http://www.normanguitars.com/

It's currently under construction, but it has the "lasido" copyright so seems to be authentic.

: If anyone happens to find the webpage or official site for Norman guitars you would have this guitarists appreciation. I have been looking for it for over a week. Please send me a Link.

Re: Norman Guitars

: If anyone happens to find the webpage or official site for Norman guitars you would have this guitarists appreciation. I have been looking for it for over a week. Please send me a Link. it is under construction the page is normanguitars.com

Re: Norman Guitars

: If anyone happens to find the webpage or official site for Norman guitars you would have this guitarists appreciation. I have been looking for it for over a week. Please send me a Link. You could click on www.normanguitars.com I think that will get you there. They are made in Quebec, Canada.

Guitar Identity Needed!

This is a bit of a curly one, but I have seen a particular guitar used by bands on TV lately (Australian TV) eg Taxiride, and I cant figure out what it is, and I have seen half a dozen of them! They are a carved top (doesnt appear to be maple) with translucent colouring with cream binding and a double cutaway style, twin humbuckers and is similar to Peavey EVH or EB musicman but with a rectangular headstock. Nice looking guitar, but it only appears to be Australian artists using them.

Guitar Identity Needed!

This is a bit of a curly one, but I have seen a particular guitar used by bands on TV lately (Australian TV) eg Taxiride, and I cant figure out what it is, and I have seen half a dozen of them! They are a carved top (doesnt appear to be maple) with translucent colouring with cream binding and a double cutaway style, twin humbuckers and is similar to Peavey EVH or EB musicman but with a rectangular headstock. Nice looking guitar, but it only appears to be Australian artists using them.

need help in adjusting my tape player to play songs at a slower pace

can you tell me how to make adjustments on my tape player in order to play recorded tracks at a slower pace to figure out the lead parts and tough licks

wanted - digitech gsp 21 manual

wanted - digitech gsp 21 manual

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SG copies

who makes these ladies and gents???

Re: SG copies

Epiphone,Samick currently. Past include Ibanez,Orville by Gibson,Burny,Aria and a ton of other Japanese bilders.

Re: SG copies

I've got a really kick ass Ibanez SG Copy. Its off white with a brite white pick gaurd. It has gold hardware, bigsby trem, pearl inlays and super 70 pickup. It sounds real sweet. Best damn copy guitar I have ever played.

Re: SG copies

does any one know a website to acually get an sg copy?

LOS VON VON

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Value Guild G37

I have a blonde Guild G37 - how can I find out its value?

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