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    • #35398
      Anonymous
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      A new R&B act is seeking back-up singers for major funded tour.

      Check out

      http://www.mp3.com/Matisse_Online

      For style of music

    • #35296
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i just bought a mid 80’s DC 150 from a dealer in boston.black with the kahler tremelo. OMG! i don’t know what anyone else would think but it is absolutely perfect for me! i also play a 1963 gibson melody maker that is just TOO sweet. til i got the carvin i thought it was the best guitar i ever owned. i bought the carvin to take the playing load off the MM. i can see now that is not going to be a problem as i love this guitar for speedy stuff..the bright pick-ups do sound better than the gibson for distorted playing.PLUS a really nice ring on the super clead settings of my MESA BOOGIE NOMAD 45(with the factory closed back extension cabinet for a 2×12 sound).the carvin will never replace the gibson for playing blues but it does what it does better than anything else i have laid my hands on in 32 years of playing…thanks for the opportunity to have my say…peace <*}}}}>{……

    • #35269
      Anonymous
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      : any feedback on this pedal would be great. thinking about buying it and want to know the pros and cons.

      I’ve owned a vtwin for a while and I Love it -but it is very dependent on what it’s plugged into.It sounds fabulous on clean fendery type amps but I don’t like it at all on the marshall type amps I’ve used it with.So in closing,Try it with your amp you might love it.

    • #35259
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I am trying to find the chords or tabs for the album "above all" by ‘lenny leblanc’ if you would send it to me through mail, i would be very grateful to u
      thanks

      : Please Help.
      : Thanks

    • #35108
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hola hombre
      i play bass. i sing in tune. i’m ok.
      let me know some more.
      thanks
      guido

    • #34972
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      : >>>>Last I heard he still used PENSA Custom guitars for solid body electrics. Keep on Jammin!

      the channel[v]weekend program on direstraits was good

    • #34938
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi i just bought a used sylver tone from the 70s at a garage sale for like 8$.right now im workin on it beacause theres a ground probleme.but the body is not original its hand made i no that and i just want to no if im gona get a prety good sound out of this any ways .the original body was an arch top semi acoustic u no whit the f hole and it was very nice.any ways thank you very much …jesse

    • #34914
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I own a cutaway acoustic guitar made by a company called McPherson. It has two sound holes on either side (not "f holes" but placed in a similar position). It also has a sound hole at the bottom. It’s not an archtop jazz guitar but an acoustic flat top. I bought it from a friend a few years ago and I haven’t seen another one like it. Has anyone heard of these guitars?
      I picked one up in Minneapolis MN a few years ago. I called the factory and asked a few questions about it. Mine is not a cutaway it is one of 1500 guitars made in Japan in 1980. Look in an acoustic guitar mag. and get the phone number there.

    • #34784
      Anonymous
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      : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      : Mack the Knife

    • #34769
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Hello ! Is there anyone there who can email me some Metallica
      : : tabs ?
      : : I want ALL COMPLETE TABS

    • #34711
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Where can I find the sheet music for the theme for Sense and Sensibility (movie) for the piano?
      Thanks

    • #34615
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : my lady friend dislocated her finger, and we were wondering how long after the actual inury can she start therapy.
      What kind of therapy should she do?

      Thanks,
      larry

    • #34423
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi,,
      What kind of Fender did Kurt Cobain play most of the time?
      Thank you
      David
      : : Hello,
      : : My name is Chris and I am thinking of buying an electronic
      : : guitar.
      : : I have three questions:

      : : 1. What electric guitar would be ideal for beginners?

      : : 2. How much would it cost?

      : : 3. I went in to my local music store and was told a "Fender" guitar at
      : : a cost of £379 was the best guitar for beginners.
      : : Is this the best guitar for beginners?
      : : Is the price (£379) right for a "Fender guitar"?
      : : If not how much should 1 be and where can I get a cheaper 1 in the
      : : North West area?

      : :
      : : CHEERS FOR YOUR HELP!

      : Hello

      : All I can say is stay away from Fender SQUIRES, cuz they’re absolutely the worst guitars on this planet, and don’t have anything to do with a real Fender Guitar.
      : squires look ncute, but THEY SOUND AWFUL, even if you manage to tune them. And even if you do, and it starts to sound more or less OK, it never intonates well.
      : A throwaway guitar, that’s it. I’d advise you to look for a used Mexican Fender – all in all, try to find something used, but of a better quality – or a Japanese one.
      : Yamaha’s Pacificas are jolly good too. I know, that you just begind, and don’t feel like giving away a grand for an axe and then playing drums for the rest of yer life, but the better guitar you have the more attached you get to it.
      : But – look for used ones, and happy hunting!

      : Feel free to ask, anyway.

    • #34394
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do you know where I can find the MP3 file for this song?

    • #34357
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      Ilove knofler

    • #33853
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey Dude. I am going to get a silvertone real soon so I will get back to you on that.

    • #33730
      Anonymous
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      : I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value?

      anywhere from ,500 to ,500 depending on how "mint"
      it is.If he wants to sell it i’m looking for a ’61 SG
      oliver

      • #97995
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value? : : anywhere from $4,500 to $6,500 depending on how "mint" : it is.If he wants to sell it i’m looking for a ’61 SG : oliver it is probally worth 3500 – 4500, depending on how well maintaned and stored. if it is in as good as shap as it sounds i would consider buying it

    • #33632
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Can anyone please explain how to perform a pinch harmonic or refer me to a site that can, thanks?

    • #33564
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am a very prolific songwriter arranger composer and can write almost any music style. My credits are untold soundtrack production for television, written rock musicals and won the song for 2000 Canterbury New Zealand which was broadcast around the world on the new dawn of 2000.

    • #33559
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Im looking for a very funky latin reggae rocky bass player vocalist to complete a three piece christian acoustic electric lineup for up and coming concerts and tour of the gold coast and main cities of australia starting around june – july 2001

    • #33560
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Im looking for a very funky latin reggae rocky bass guitarist vocalist to complete a three piece christian acoustic electric lineup for up and coming concerts and tour of the gold coast and main cities of australia starting around june – july 2001

    • #33558
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Bands and musicians post your adverts free at Acetutor.net

    • #33520
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

    • #33228
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I’v just started playing guitar and I need some tablatures of famous songs which is easy to play… Thanks

      • #81956
        Anonymous
        Guest

        try territorial pissings… Simple but effective

    • #33225
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am stationed @ Kunsan Korea and am looking for a Samick dealer closest to Kunsan City. Can anyone help me?

      Scott

      : : : i am traveling to Korea and will have time to shop for
      : : : an acoustic guitar. i’d like some information or addresses on where to shop and what to look for
      : : : thanx rich

      : : Is this a myth, or do guitars cost less in South Korea? I heard that they are highly discounted. What about Korean guitars, are they less too. Anyway, I don’t know your price range, but my favorite brands are, Martin, Taylor, Guild, and Gibson. Find something good in your price range

      : I suspect that Korean made guitars will be available,
      : but would doubt that any deals on american made guitars
      : would be found. Doesn’t make sense they’d be cheaper
      : after shipping them half way around the world.

      : Samick makes guitars for Epiphone in Korea, among others. Most liekly the Samick equivalents are available, my gut feeling is that Epi’s aren’t.
      : Cort also makes guitars in Korea ( or whatever the
      : Korean company is named.

      : Doug

    • #33224
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : i am traveling to Korea and will have time to shop for
      : : : an acoustic guitar. i’d like some information or addresses on where to shop and what to look for
      : : : thanx rich

      : : Is this a myth, or do guitars cost less in South Korea? I heard that they are highly discounted. What about Korean guitars, are they less too. Anyway, I don’t know your price range, but my favorite brands are, Martin, Taylor, Guild, and Gibson. Find something good in your price range

      : I suspect that Korean made guitars will be available,
      : but would doubt that any deals on american made guitars
      : would be found. Doesn’t make sense they’d be cheaper
      : after shipping them half way around the world.

      : Samick makes guitars for Epiphone in Korea, among others. Most liekly the Samick equivalents are available, my gut feeling is that Epi’s aren’t.
      : Cort also makes guitars in Korea ( or whatever the
      : Korean company is named.

      : Doug

      I am stationed in Kunsan Korea and am looking for a Samick dealer in Kunsan City or the closest place to were I’m stationed. Can anyone help me?

      Scott

    • #33226
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : i am traveling to Korea and will have time to shop for
      : : : an acoustic guitar. i’d like some information or addresses on where to shop and what to look for
      : : : thanx rich

      : : Is this a myth, or do guitars cost less in South Korea? I heard that they are highly discounted. What about Korean guitars, are they less too. Anyway, I don’t know your price range, but my favorite brands are, Martin, Taylor, Guild, and Gibson. Find something good in your price range

      : I suspect that Korean made guitars will be available,
      : but would doubt that any deals on american made guitars
      : would be found. Doesn’t make sense they’d be cheaper
      : after shipping them half way around the world.

      : Samick makes guitars for Epiphone in Korea, among others. Most liekly the Samick equivalents are available, my gut feeling is that Epi’s aren’t.
      : Cort also makes guitars in Korea ( or whatever the
      : Korean company is named.

      : Doug

      I am stationed in Kunsan Korea and am looking for a Samick dealer in Kunsan City or the closest place to were I’m stationed. Can anyone help me?

      Scott

    • #33094
      Anonymous
      Guest

      geocities.com/ghostguitar

      This site has the lyrics.

    • #33070
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hi fellow guitar players,
      : I’m considering a Washburn accoustic D-55 Cherokee guitar. It’s pretty much new. It’s been at a local dealer’s store for a year or so now, and has a few small scratches and dings from being played there. Anyway, they are asking a cool ,000.00 for it (including hardcase). It seems like a good deal to me, but I thought I’d see if anyone here can give me advice on this guitar. Thanks!

      It’s made in the USA and is a good quality guitar. ,000 is a good price. Most folks want from ,000 to ,500. They are out of production and would make a nice collectible. The feather inlays on the fret board are impressive, as is bridge. This is a very loud guitar, especially the low E. Grab it before someone else does.

      • #95854
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a Cherokee and like it very well

    • #33009
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what coincidence have knofler with sting?
      Who discovered to dire straits in usa?
      Whats is the name of the band that knofler funded after dire straits?

    • #32995
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i felt the hate rise up in me kneel down and clearthe stone of leaves i wonder out where u cant see inside my shell i wait and bleed

    • #32802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have tablature on LA Song if you want it. Email me! I am desperately searching for the tab on Delicious Surprise. Can anyone help?>

      • #81295
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have the tab for LA Song but I would really love to have the tabs to any and all Beth Hart music. Please e-mail them to me!

    • #32678
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Where can I download some fairly easy sheet music, as
      I’m just starting to learn, and don’t want to fork out a fortune? Especially, Extreme; More than Words.

    • #32667
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      : wee (denzel best)
      : hot house
      : so what
      :

    • #32654
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

    • #32498
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do you guys know that Mark will be here in Brazil in April? I’ve already bought the tickets. I’m so damn happy. It will be a dream comming true.

      : : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      : : The last time I’ve seen him play guitar, that was on a Pensa Suhr flame maple with a soldano amp. That was for the golden heart tour in 1996… But he’s a kind of conservative person.

    • #32450
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Check out these new bands! Great Classic Rock, Rhythym and Blues and Pop!
      : [link]http://www.mp3.com/TheJRBBand[/link]
      : http://www.mp3.com/2Blu

    • #32384
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Daniel; do you know what guitar effects he used to get that unique sound out of his Fender? can anyone lend a hand? MARK PLEASE HELP??

    • #32373
      Anonymous
      Guest

      try a search forjackpatts

    • #32369
      Anonymous
      Guest

      from what i can make out mark doesnt use a pick instead he uses the thumb and the first finger between, the two.
      the guy is a god dammed legend in my eyes , i have spent so much time over the last few years playing along with his music ,good luck dude

    • #32350
      Anonymous
      Guest

      :I would be very interseted to learn the techniques Mark uses to get his old Dire Straights sound?
      I am certain it is a combination of his picking style, delay, reverb????? can anyone assist?

    • #32274
      Anonymous
      Guest

      he he controversial stuff methinks. yep youve had some good advice from some on playing like keith. the open tunings is the best as he plays most of his great stuff in open tuning, a trick i think keith got from mick taylor. which leads to an interesting point, namely that on most stones stuff you arent hearing just one guitarist. you are hearing two be it jones, taylor or wood. i cant help wondering how most of their best stuff was when mick taylor was in the band which is an interesting variation on the old debate that keith did his best stuff when he was on smack. its a lot to do with ya sound as well. grab a kicking amp and guitar. no point trying to emulate a sound (which is half the battle when trying to pin down a style of playing)when ya equipment is crap. back when they made stuff like brown sugar they didnt have multi effects and such so go for a simple basic set up. the most important piece of equipment is ya amp. dont matter what anyone tells ya your amp is responsible for %80 of ya sound.a great les paul or classic strat will sound shit through a crap amp, but a cheapish guitar will sound ok through a great amp. keiths playing tho is brilliant in its simplicity. get all these virtuosos who slag him off and say he sucks, they just telling you more about themselves than anything else, yep they can play million notes a second or john williams best but music is about feeling and emotion and melody. and hell keith just looked great with those teles slung around his neck.
      its down to sound, open tuning and practice. stick on the stones full volume and just jam along with em. you’ll get there.

    • #32273
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i need a really good used gitair and amp if posssible.Nice One =)

    • #32234
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought a "choclate" 76 tele, deluxe with the humbuckers…I wouldn’t have know what color to call it until i saw these posts of you guys. Anyways, i teach at a musick store, and somebody sold it to me for 50 dollars, which must be a screaming deal. I told him to keep it if he could afford to, but he just wanted the money. I like it alot, but i think the tone pots need to be replaced. I ‘m more a jazz guy, but i tell yah, it sounds pretty damn good. I’ll have to put some heavier strings on it and see whats up!

      : Well I don’t have a picture, but I’ve got one myself (black 1979) and it’s a great guitar, I’ve got the humbuckers split with a switch and I paid a lot more for it then you did (I’m dutch but in dollars it’s something like 00,- and it’s still worth it to me.

      : I bought a 1975 Fender Telecaster Deluxe sight unseen over the phone from a friend of a friend who lives several states away. It is a Chocolate Burst with two humbuckers pickups. I got the guitar for 25.00 with a hardshell case. I thought this was a good deal, so I took it. the guitar is in aprox. 80% condition. Does anyone have a photo of this telecaster? The guitar wont be here for another week or so and I’m dieing to see it.

    • #32210
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You can’t sound like Fuel, STP, and Incubus. Incubus is rap-metal with hip hop beats courtesy of their DJ, and Fuel is alternative post-grunge while STP is grunge/hard rock. Why don’t you just try to add Primus and Limp Bizkit to your fucked up collaboration?

    • #32067
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Describe the fret board, body, head. I have an idea but i need an over all condition.

    • #32000
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how much is a yamahaa acoustick worth 2 years old and how do u think the ibenaz heavy metal giutar pacage cost. thanks and write back

      • #85352
        Anonymous
        Guest

        mine is an ibenaz electric guitar ibanaz,md.gax70,

        • #97431
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : mine is an ibenaz electric guitar the neck is,rg560 the body is rg 550

        • #115429
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : mine is an ibenaz electric guitar ibanaz,Gio

      • #88113
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : how much is a Ibanez S-series worth?

      • #88121
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : how much is a yamahaa acoustick worth 2 years old and how do u think the ibenaz heavy metal giutar pacage cost. thanks and write back

      • #86217
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i hav a pro axe, 2 single an 1 double humbukers, 2 tone and 1 volume control and maple neck

    • #31968
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : Please somebody help..im looking for scores for the following….

      : : : My favorite things
      : : : Stella by starlight
      : : : Basin street blues
      : : : Round midnight
      : : : Summertime
      : kappa
      : : : help!!

    • #31917
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I can’t find a Soldano amp anywhere in Minnesota. When I was in Europe I bought a guitar magazine that compared a Mesa Dual Rectifier to a Soldano SLO 100 on a CD. The Soldano wiped the floor with the Mesa on the CD but I can’t find one to try for myself. If anyone knowes where I can try one in Minnesota, let me know. Or if anyone has opinions on other soldano amps like the Hot Rod or something I would love the input. Thanks

      : Well they make them in very small numbers, and they are more expensive than Mesas. Some heads are in the ,000 range, and i have no idea where to find one, because no chain store carries them. Look in smaller boutique stores, which sells real high end gear

      I’m an online only Soldano dealer located in GA. (http://www.petesamps.com) Visit my site and link to the Soldano site and check the dealer list. I became a dealer after buying one from Musician’s Friend. I also own a Mesa and a Rivera. There is no comparison to a Soldano. It’s like what you’ve been trying to hear. Simply amazing! Soldano’s policy for online stores is not to open the amps. Good luck finding one to plug into. The Lucky 13 is reviewed in this month’s Guitar Player Magazine. Let me know if I can help anymore.

    • #31866
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Does anyone out there have any idea what a old Guild CopiCat tape echo unit would be worth these days? It was made by Watkins of England. Its a continuous tape loop echo, like the old echoplex. Any info on this unit would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

      • #108573
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : Does anyone out there have any idea what a old Guild CopiCat tape echo unit would be worth these days? It was made by Watkins of England. Its a continuous tape loop echo, like the old echoplex. Any info on this unit would be greatly appreciated. Thanks hello, it depends on the state, 100% or in bad condition, normally dutch fl. 300-400

    • #31567
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?I konw it is the end of guitar.

      he used it a famous guitar FENDER STRATUCASTER
      09/02/2000

    • #31565
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?I konw it is the end of guitar.

      he used it a famous guitar FENDER STRATUCASTER

    • #31555
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USEN ELECTRIC GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS ANNA

      • #95243
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : : i am looking fo a electric gitar and amp for a good price

      • #85385
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you e-mail me at [email protected] then we can talk. I have a Electric gitar and amp for sale $250.00 Great condition. E-amil me and we’ll talk.

    • #31442
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hello ! Is there anyone there who can email me some Metallica
      : tabs ?
      : I want Nothing Else Matters,Enter Sandman,Wherever I May Roam.

      • #99745
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : Hello ! Is there anyone there who can email me some Metallica : : tabs ? : : I want …and justice for all full tabs

      • #88466
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : Hello ! Is there anyone there who can email me some Metallica : : tabs ? : : I want THE MORE I SEE, mainly solo at the end of the song

    • #31436
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I too have a McPherson guitar. It is a 12 string with a sunburst finish and the trademark 3 holes. Mine was make in Japan in the early ’80s. It has production #24 on it. My dad bought it in 1983 possibly. I have only seen 3 other McPhersons in my life.

    • #31358
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : What site can I go to to down load and print some blank tabliture papers to write down some stuff on. You know blank music paper that sort of thing.

      • #87110
        Anonymous
        Guest

        wher can i print out bass tabs of rock music to learn?

    • #31355
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : What site can I go to to down load and print some blank tabliture papers to write down some stuff on. You know blank music paper that sort of thing.

    • #31279
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?I konw it is the end of guitar.

    • #31248
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you could do it the way they used to in the days before pedals
      and use 2 tape recordings of the same guitar peice and run them similtaniously one slightly before the other
      ichicoo park was recorded that way
      it was done by a recording engineer with 2 reel to reel tape recorders and realy long arms
      alt buy a boss pedal…

      : oh yeah .. i love boss pedal

      : : Do I need a flanger pedal or are there other ways to get that sound?

    • #31247
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you could do it the way they used to in the days before pedals
      and use 2 tape recordings of the same guitar peice and run them similtaniously one slightly before the other
      ichicoo park was recorded that way
      it as done by a recording engineer with 2 reel to reel tape recorders and realy long arms
      alt buy a boss pedal…

      : oh yeah .. i love boss pedal

      : : Do I need a flanger pedal or are there other ways to get that sound?

    • #31219
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a collection of Carvin Koa wood models and curly / birdseye maple models built between 1982 and 1986 . DC-120 , Dc200,DC 160 , and Koa doublenecks all of which are highly flamed and have necks of such quality that make my gibsons seem like clumsy toys. All of these guitars arrived to my door via ups in the 80’s without a nick. True the mail order seems bad but all manufacturers ship guitars to every retail store so its not really different. and if you don’t like it you can get an immediate refund. Try that at most retail music stores _ (except Mars and the other big guys)and you will be in for a big battle to the end to get a refund. so take my advice and give it a try – nothing to lose

    • #31203
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Have a devalued my 73 strat by fitting a 5 way switch? Its really badly chipped but very I’ve played it from new. Any idea of value? Does it matter about the tatty look. Still plays brill!

      • #85715
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yuo haven’t devalued your strat by fitting the 5 way switch even if i prefer the old one with 3 ways.the value of your guitar is about 2000 dollars if in good conditions.

    • #31172
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am also a beginner. Did you find any sources?

      : Hi..I am a beginning Guitar player. Was wondering if there is a sight
      : Where one can get free sheet music for Acoustic Guitars. Other than CowPie.
      : Thanks!!! Jan

    • #31063
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Vintage guitar price guide has them listed at 00.00, mint condition. The Blue Book has them at roughly the same. In my opinion there worth twice that. Considering todays prices and craftsmanship, they will blow away any new 00.00 SG. They were only made for a couple of years,(1980-1982). Great hard rock/heavy metal guitar.

    • #30924
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Vox student prince guitar if you make an offer ill see what I can do for you.

      Robert

    • #30892
      Anonymous
      Guest

      we are looking for a lead guitarist, please no beginers; influence Clapton, Page .Santana……others. PLease give us a call at 305-235-2572 or just leave a messageutor.net

    • #30834
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I am trying to determine the value of my SG 1982 Firebrand for resale. Can anyone point me in a good direction?
      : Thanks.

      Dude, I’ve owned a Les Paul Firebrand since 1985, and I LOVE IT! It’s an ’81 model actually, and I bought it used for 00. I’ve seen a few other firebrands in local stores selling for about 50 lately, and they’re all the woodgrain finish ones. Mine was actually repainted and refinished by the original owner to black with a gold burst on the body, so it’s pretty unique, and it’s going to the grave with me, even though I now play a real Les Paul now most of the time. Anyway, I think I’d suggest selling it for around 50 or so, depending of course on its condition. When I got mine it was in MINT condition, excepting the new finish of course, with a good hardshell case.

      • #82106
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dude, I will buy that guitar from you for $275 with shipping and handling, or call me at my house at (1303) 554-9450. Peace.

        • #105444
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Dude, I will buy that guitar from you for $275 with out shipping and handling, or call me at my house at (1303) 554-9450. : Peace.

          • #111779
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            : : Dude, I will buy that guitar from you for $275 with shipping and handling, or call me at my house at (1303) 554-9450. or call Bob Dooney @ guitar Bazzar in Boulder at 303 442-1366 : : Peace.

    • #30506
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      : Does anyone out there have any idea what a old Guild CopiCat tape echo unit would be worth these days? It was made by Watkins of England. Its a continuous tape loop echo, like the old echoplex. Any info on this unit would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

      • #83108
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : Does anyone out there have any idea what a old Guild CopiCat tape echo unit would be worth these days? It was made by Watkins of England. Its a continuous tape loop echo, like the old echoplex. Any info on this unit would be greatly appreciated. Thanks I just got one but don’t know much about it if you know which tube it takes in the first socket (6e–) i would be greatful if any one could tell me. I got mine for $50.00 in vere good condition.

    • #30498
      Anonymous
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      i WAS INSERRESTED IN THE ACCOUSTIC ELECTRIC
      SO EMAIL ME

      • #81176
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : ERA INSERRESTED EN EL ACCOUSTIC ELÉCTRICO: TAN EMAIL YO

    • #30265
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Learn the minor pentatonic scales. There are 5 patterns in every key. You should be able to get the scale patterns on this site somewhere. It is a good starting point.

      Start with the main melody of the song, and add in notes, and kind of what comes to you, along the scale patterns. This will make your solos melodic and consistent with the song.

    • #30101
      Anonymous
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      I want to import a electric guitar I need prices and models

    • #30065
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just recently bought a Fender "Bullet" Bass for 50. The guy I bought it from said it was probably worth more than that since it was discontinued after being sold 2 years. The serial number on it is E006119. Please if anyone knows, tell me.

    • #30063
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just recently bought a Fender "Bullet" Bass for 50. The guy I bought it from said it was probably worth more than that since it was discontinued after being sold 2 years. The serial number on it is E006119. Please if anyone knows, tell me.

    • #29892
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Classical acoustic, B.M Concert. Good condition £45.
      Electric Bass, Fender Precission Copy. Good condition, ideal begginers instrument £45.

    • #29812
      Anonymous
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      : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      THE QUESTION IS WHICH ONE.I KNOW KNOFLER REALLY LIKES THE IBENEZ PRODUCTS

    • #29813
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i will trade a squire 7 string stagemaster 7 for an ibanez if its a 7 string

      • #91416
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :your a peice of shit thats not worth it.ed.

    • #29734
      Anonymous
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      Hi!Mark. Sailing to Philadelphia is very great!

    • #29660
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I found these at http://www.lyricspoint.com

      FROZEN GHOST: Dream Come True

      Love of my life
      I don’t have a lot to give you
      What’s in my heart
      Is all that I can really give you
      Love…undying love is all I have
      A handful of words
      That might make you laugh
      And all the strength you need
      To make it through all your troubled times
      I give all of myself to you, only you
      My dream come true
      Love of my life
      You are all I ever wanted
      To be with you is all I ever really wanted
      You…you’ve made my life a fairy tale
      You’ve added love to a life that was so stale
      And know that I’ll be here
      Always for you, when you need a friend
      I give all of myself to you, only you
      My dream come true

      I’ve been waiting my whole life for you
      Now my waiting is through
      All the nights I’ve spend dreaming I knew
      That my dream would come true

      So many nights
      I laid awake dreaming I knew
      One day I’d be with you
      Now all my nights of dreaming are through
      ‘Cause my dream has come true

      Dream come true

      ENJOY!!

    • #29559
      Anonymous
      Guest

      andetasmetio mozooó

    • #29516
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i really need the lrycis to "dream come true" by frozen ghost, its really importent so if anyone has then could you please email me and send them to me… Thanx a bunch

      • #92606
        Anonymous
        Guest

        does anyone have the lyrics for Amazing by Alex Loyd?

      • #83107
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I would like the lrycis to "dream come true" by frozen ghost, its really importent to me, so if anyone has then could you please email me and send them to me… Thank you:) < Very sentimental!>

    • #29474
      Anonymous
      Guest

      :
      : I like to sing to them tell me what you have

    • #29473
      Anonymous
      Guest

      :
      : Hi!
      : I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in
      : perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and
      : provide mine also..
      : Regards,.

    • #29395
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Fender stratocaster is the guitar that was used
      by the best guitarist: Jimmy.Even Satriani declared
      that the FS is the best,but he is under a sponsorship
      of Ibanez.All other guitars are exuse.

    • #29229
      Anonymous
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      : : i don’t understand could you please give me more help as my favourite guitarist is richie sambora (BON JOVI) and he uses pinched harmonics on almost all of his solos ,thanks

      Not sure if you have solved your problem yet
      email me i will send you a drawing of how to do that…

    • #29228
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i don’t understand could you please give me more help as my favourite guitarist is richie sambora (BON JOVI) and he uses pinched harmonics on almost all of his solos ,thanks

    • #29188
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come
      : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows
      : the song please let me know.

    • #29167
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : hehe, i think that you can put rackmount equip in a rack, heads would sit on top of the cabs.

      You can put heads in a flight case though…

    • #29033
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i own two custom shop carvin guitars and love both of them. i also own a PRS, an older gibson sg and a few custom guitars. the carvins play and sound wonderful, and at the price i paid i can add more gutiars to my collection.

    • #29032
      Anonymous
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      : I’m posting this message to see what your opinions are on Carvins guitar shop. This is the mail order company out of San Diego.
      : Heres my own story. I recently ordered my third Carvin guitar earlier this year. Shortly after placing my order I found a used Gibson Les Paul Custom Black with body binding and gold hardware at guitar showcase in San Jose. This guitar was gorgeous. I fell in love and bought it. This guitar was used and 600.00 but it was in excellent condion.
      : Now I was in a jam because I didnt have enough money for both guitars but I could afford the cash to have them both temporarily at least long enough to test them out against each other.
      : I had the Gibson Les Paul set up by a reputable shop and waited for the Carvin to arrive.
      : My test findings were unsettling. The Guitar Gods at Gibson came up short on my list in all catagories. Now remember this was a guitar I played and fell in love with and payed hard cash for but when my Carvin showed up it just kicked its ass.
      : The Carvin Giant Slayer was better at
      : 1.String action
      : 2.neck feel
      : 3.pickup tone
      : 4.sustain
      : 5.Staying in tune ( This is very important)
      : 6.Attention to detail on the guitar finish
      : The Carvin sounded way better under heavy distortion
      : and also on clean settings. The amps at my disposal to do this test were a Mesa/Boogie Tremloverb, Mesa DC-5
      : a VOX,a Matchless, & a Fender Deville. My personal rigs were the Boogies. We conducted this test in a recording studio while recording our new album. I played and recorded on both guitars and a week later the Gibson was on add in the paper. Ouch thats gotta hurt!
      : Now I’m not saying I would’nt Play a Gibson again, I am an equal oportunity guitarist but the over priced sleeping giants are nothing more than NIKE brand names marketed by symbolism.Thats O.K. but I just wanted you to know that you can get alot more bang for your buck if your willing to bust away from the pack.
      : you must understand I’ve waited a long time to conduct this test. I am a lefty guitar player and finding lefties is allways a problem but untill now I couldnt afford the extra dough to have two guitars like this at once.
      : The New Carvin I ordered was not cheap either but it was 00.00 less than the used Gibson.
      : I ordered the Carvin 25th aniversary with a flamed KOA top. KOA five piece laminated neck(Maple Stripes) through body active/passive electronics and a fixed bridge. Abalone Block Inlays Ebony finger board.
      : The Works
      : You can also order a great guitar thats about 00.00
      : bucks with the same electronics and craftsman ship minus the expensive wood I ordered for mine. All their guitars are made by the same CNC computer controlled routing machines and come with a 10 day money back garantee.

      : If you have a story about Carvin Pro/Con I would like to hear it.

      • #81195
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        I have 2 Carvin guitars, a DC 127 with a tung-oiled mahogny body with a fixed bridge and an Ultra V with a Floyd Rose whammy. I payed 800$ for the DC. In Norway that is not much for an electric guitar. Some of the cheapest Ibanez RG´s cost the same!!! If you compared a Carvin DC 127 and an Ibanez RG, you would probably call the police. Especially the craftmanship blows the competition away. I just love the way my guitars play. The feel is so comfortable and steady. Carvin guitars are so short on misstakes! Good luck with your guitars and your playing!!! Carvin ROCKS!!!!

    • #28989
      Anonymous
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      I have aquired a very OLD looking, well traveled hummingbird 12 string Guitar, with slotted head, but it has no identification marks expect the outline of what used to be a hummingbird on the pickguard. Yellow and white print. The strings are held on the end of the hard case by wire framing. Could you please help me with any information and the value of this guitar.
      Thankyou
      Mouse.

    • #28907
      Anonymous
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      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      : The last time I’ve seen him play guitar, that was on a Pensa Suhr flame maple with a soldano amp. That was for the golden heart tour in 1996… But he’s a kind of conservative person.

    • #28824
      Anonymous
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      : : Please somebody help..im looking for scores for the following….

      : : My favorite things
      : : Stella by starlight
      : : Basin street blues
      : : Round midnight
      : : Summertime
      kappa
      : : help!!

    • #28746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i got a really good used gitair if u still need one e-ail me back either way

    • #28704
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi!
      I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in
      perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and
      provide mine also..
      Regards,.

    • #28705
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi!
      I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in
      perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and
      provide mine also..
      Regards,.

    • #28702
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi!
      I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in
      perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and
      provide mine also..
      Regards,.

    • #28700
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please contact me!
      I can pay you or ring to you if you can..
      do you have TOTAL GUITAR?
      regards..

    • #28698
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi!
      I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in
      perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and
      provide mine also..
      Regards,.

      • #94784
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : HI I’M LOOKING FOR BACKING TRACKS ALSO , SO LET’S CONTACT BY MAIL AND THEN I CAN SHARE BY FTP OK!! AL!! : Hi! : I am guitar player and I usually to collect famous backing track MP3 , I have many in : perfect quality from famous Bands and Guitar playter , but I want to get more..and : provide mine also.. : Regards,.

    • #28694
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : any feedback on this pedal would be great. thinking about buying it and want to know the pros and cons.

      : I have one and I love it. It gets pretty hairy, I think it has more of a Marshall-ish sound than a Boogie. I think one of the draw backs is that you can’t get the levels even for both channels. I use it for a high gain sound and I use a Fulldrive 2(which I also love) for more of a medium gain. I guess you might want to see if it matches up well with your amp.

      I bought one by mail. The bloke at the shop said he would take it back if I didn’t like it – but NOBODY doesn’t like these.
      I took it out of the box, plugged in my headphones and was very impressed – and that was the clean sound !
      I basically use it for the high gain solos (most of them). I run it into a Fender twin which I set up both channels clean with channel one running a higher level.
      I bypass the vtwin for normal rhythm.
      I use the blues setting for a cruchy rhythm.
      High gain for most solos
      Bypass and channel 1 on the twin for clean solos.
      This takes care of all I need at the moment.

      • #94034
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You can definitely get the channels to match up. There is a "clean" gain control on the bottom side so you can have the master gain all the way up for mean rip-you-to-shreds guitar tones and still switch over to crystal clean tones. It’s one awesome pedal.

    • #28688
      Anonymous
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      I know a bit about those guitars. Especially the Akkerman model. Can you give me a description?

      Trevor.

      : May be able to help – I have some contemporary reviews and know a bit about the guitars. In 1974 is most likely either a Nashville (solid, shaped a bit like a Musicman Eddie Van Halen) or a Jan Akkerman (semi with one F-hole shaped like a big Les Paul).

      : : Does anybody know where I can find
      : : more information abot my ’74 Framus electric Guitar???

    • #28662
      Anonymous
      Guest

      sounds cool

      : USE THE MESSAGE BOARD OR THE FREE ADVERTISING AT ACETUTOR.NET, TO MEET OTHERS OR TO SELL YOUR GEAR..

    • #28652
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : i agree about the state of most the name brands…gibson is waayyyy over priced. I playes a carvin and thought it was pretty good. have had bad luck with their mixers….got one..it buzzed…a vu meter fell out…crosstalk between channels…i sent it back….same thing with their amps…quality control doesnt seem to be their thing.

      : : i dont why their guitars havent caught on..10 day return…why dont more people play them? re sale is the pits on them…and maybe its becasue not many big guitar gods plays one…i think the whole mail order thing hurts them…no impulse buying from music stores.
      : : maybe the waiting period on some…but its not really that long compared to other custom builders.

      : : i have almost bought one a few times…but i think being unsure about them stopped me. if they had been in a store maybe i would have.

      : : have you heard of Suhr guitars? i got one of those recently…sold a les paul to get it by the way!

      : Dear Steve;

      : The truth is I own, or have owned guitars by Gibson, PRS, Fender, Ibanez, and Peavy. I am currently playing a Carvin. The workmanship – finish is as good as I have seen. The neck is thin and fast. They have their own sound. Somewhere between Gibson and Fender, pretty close to the Ibanez sound. Carvins do have imperfections like everything else.

      : I am playing a Carvin because I like my strings on the deck. At the 24th fret I can barely slip a .028 feeler guage under the strings. I keep the neck nearly straight. String height at the nut is adjusted to be no more than .002 above the first fret. This is the only guitar I have that will play this close to the fret-board. The problem with playing this close is that when the neck releif changes with the moisture in the air I have to adjust the neck releif, or be
      : unsatisfied with the action. All necks made of wood move. If you don’t play this low, you probably don’t notice it. I don’t adjust the neck everyday, but I keep an adjustment key with the guitar, and I adjust any time it needs it.

      : I have tried to buy two other guitars from Carvin, but, I sent them back. No two guitars are the same, and I want another one that will play as well as the one I already have.

      : If you can take the need to keep the neck adjusted, I think you will find that the Carvin is the best buy dollar for dollar.

      : Good luck
      : Mike

    • #28654
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i agree about the state of most the name brands…gibson is waayyyy over priced. I playes a carvin and thought it was pretty good. have had bad luck with their mixers….got one..it buzzed…a vu meter fell out…crosstalk between channels…i sent it back….same thing with their amps…quality control doesnt seem to be their thing.

      : i dont why their guitars havent caught on..10 day return…why dont more people play them? re sale is the pits on them…and maybe its becasue not many big guitar gods plays one…i think the whole mail order thing hurts them…no impulse buying from music stores.
      : maybe the waiting period on some…but its not really that long compared to other custom builders.

      : i have almost bought one a few times…but i think being unsure about them stopped me. if they had been in a store maybe i would have.

      : have you heard of Suhr guitars? i got one of those recently…sold a les paul to get it by the way!

      Dear Steve;

      The truth is I own, or have owned guitars by Gibson, PRS, Fender, Ibanez, and Peavy. I am currently playing a Carvin. The workmanship – finish is as good as I have seen. The neck is thin and fast. They have their own sound. Somewhere between Gibson and Fender, pretty close to the Ibanez sound. Carvins do have imperfections like everything else.

      I am playing a Carvin because I like my strings on the deck. At the 24th fret I can barely slip a .024 feeler guage under the strings. I keep the neck nearly straight. String height at the nut is adjusted to be no more than .002 above the first fret. This is the only guitar I have that will play this close to the fret-board. The problem with playing this close is that when the neck releif changes with the moisture in the air I have to adjust the neck releif, or be
      unsatisfied with the action. All necks made of wood move. If you don’t play this low, you probably don’t notice it. I don’t adjust the neck everyday, but I keep an adjustment key with the guitar, and I adjust any time it needs it.

      I have tried to buy two other guitars from Carvin, but, I sent them back. No two guitars are the same, and I want another one that will play as well as the one I already have.

      If you can take the need to keep the neck adjusted, I think you will find that the Carvin is the best buy dollar for dollar.

      Good luck
      Mike

    • #28632
      Anonymous
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      I have been interested in learning how to play a guitar for about 2 years now but im not sure what to look for. Today i saw a classified for a 25$ guitar but im not sure what could be wrong with it. What should i look for?

    • #28614
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come
      : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows
      : the song please let me know.

      Go to Napster if you want the music…if you want the sheet, I don’t know.

    • #28585
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I guess you’ve got the answer to your question by now, but I thought I’d throw my opinion in anyway. I bought a Rogue RX200 a few months ago, and I’ve been very impressed with it. It only cost me about 00.00, and it’s fully loaded. It has three pickups (humbucker-single-humbucker), Floyd Rose locking tremolo, 24-fret neck with shark-fin inlay, and so on. It sounds as good as it looks, too. I’d say Rogue is a good choice for a good musician on a budget, like myself.
      Sincerely,
      Eric

      • #86061
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I RECENTLY BOUGHT A ROGUE 12 STRING TO REPLACE MY 70`S EPIPHONE 12. I WAS LEERY ABOUT THE $140 PRICE. AFTER MY GRANDSON (GUITAR EXPERT) PLAYED IT AS WELL AS THE EPI,HE APROOVED.

    • #28580
      Anonymous
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      : woul it not be nice to have true metal back in our lives again why does all the new shit suck so bad? i think that i know—– no talent

      I don’t think that it’s that metal is gone. I think it’s just hiding for a while. Pretty soon people will get tired of rap and "rap-metal" (which is in my opinion rap only with a really detuned 7 string guitar) and metal will come back bigger and stronger than ever.

    • #28579
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Anybody know if Rogue guitars are any good?
      : I’ve been thinking of buying the Rogue RK550,
      : mainly ‘cos its real cheap and has 3 mini-humbuckers and 24 frets. Now the Rogues evidently are made in the same place as Squires, and i’m not too mad about them either. Also i’ve been considering some cheap Jackson models, most of them have only 2 humbuckers tho, and i doubt they are any good for lead work… any advice, comments etc?
      When I was going to buy my first guitar I considered buying a Rogue, then I went to the store and played one. I ended up buying a Jackson and I love it. Jacksons are good if you want to play metal. I’ve heard other people refer to Jacksons as "aggressive guitars." I have no idea what this means but I would assume that it has something to do with being a good heavy metal guitar. If you’re going to buy a Jackson, make sure you don’t get Jackson pickups. That’s the only think I hate about my guitar. They kick ass for when I’m playing with distortion, but they’re too overdriven to play clean. Try to get Seymour Duncans as Jackson likes to put these on the guitars they don’t use their own pickups on. Hope this helps.

    • #28577
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i’m gonna buy one soon and i don’t know where to get good prices and what i should pay for it

      List price on an M-300 is 99, so definitely don’t pay more than that. Also find a place where you can pay less than that. If there’s a Mars music store near where you live, for the whole month (October) their having a 50% off sale on all ESP guitars. I just bought an M-200 last week for 50. Hope this helps.

    • #28567
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I’v just started playing guitar and I need some tablatures of famous songs which is easy to play… Thanks

      • #104592
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : : I’v just started playing guitar and I need some tablatures of famous songs which is easy to play… Thanks. And i need everything about nirvana i hope you here it it’s my heart screaming ’cause he want hear their songs. you know it’ s hard to find their album Songs & stuff help needed

    • #28554
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : who has talent ambition KNOWLEDGE a drive to strive for the top in the music industry. where are you? can you play like randy or kirk or zack

      : Hi. I´m from Argentina. i think that Zack is MUCH better than Kirk and Rhandy. I don´t know why ther are ones who say that Rhandy was better than Zack…they must be mad.
      : the lone metal guitar

    • #28539
      Anonymous
      Guest

      damn this page format!
      Anyways, Musicians Friend has a 34" Lauren Guitar for 9. It looks nylon but actually uses stel strings.

    • #28535
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I am looking for Information on a Lauren Gitar 3/4 size. The label inside reads: Model # LA-34N. I was wondering about the age and value of the gitar and if it is a Classical or Acoustic Gitar? Any Info would be appreciated!!! Thank You! : )

    • #28537
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I am looking for Information on a Lauren Gitar 3/4 size. The label inside reads: Model # LA-34N. I was wondering about the age and value of the gitar and if it is a Classical or Acoustic Gitar? Any Info would be appreciated!!! Thank You! : )

    • #28517
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Saya sangat kagum, dan bangga bisa mendengar, keahlian anda (K.H), saya rasa ini yang terbaik dari segalanya,anda begitu percaya diri membawakan perasaan anda, saya percaya anda adalah guitarist terbaik yang pernah lahir di dunia ini, tak ada kata-kata lain, anda (K.H) adalah yang terbaik……..
      perkenalkan saya, penggemar yang akan berusaha mengikuti jejak anda, bila diijinkan….
      Ada permintaan dari saya, apakah ? (K.H) menikah,? jelaskan anak, dan istrinya,….semoga anaknya mengikuti kebesaran nama ayahnya….Greatest Guitarist Master….in the world.
      berita frekuensi anda memainkan alat musik gitar….
      bagaimana cara termudah mengembangkan perasaan, feeling,
      skill,….
      kiranya itu saja

      terima kasih…atas perhatiannya.

      penggemar anda

      edie bangkai

    • #28515
      Anonymous
      Guest

      anybody know if the rogue MB-50G Mandolin Banjo anygood or not? how do you tune one anyway?just like a mandolin or what?

    • #28508
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Did you ever get any Beth Hart tabs. If so, please send them to me also.

    • #28493
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hmm.I’ll try to explain it.With your right hand placed
      : near the middle of the rythym pickup you should try to
      : lightly brush the string with your thumb while hitting the string this will produce a harmonic/octave of the note you’re actually playing.Try not to dampen the string though.On a 22 fret guitar try to imagine where the 24th fret would be,there’s your harmonic!
      : Good Luck

      In the song "Liberty" by Steve Vai, how do you play the note \49 which can be found on the very first tablature.

    • #28488
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I purchased a Rogue AE-200 which is an acoustic cutaway with a built-in pickup and EQ. You get a lotta bang for the buck with this axe. It has a solid spruce top, mahogany sides and back, abalone rosette around the soundhole, abalone bindings, diamond-shaped inlays on the fretboard and the workmanship is comparable to or better than a fender or yamaha in the same price range. Tone is better than adequate. I am considering selling it though because I have acquired a few more axes since then and I am going to have to start parting with some of them. It is in new condition with a hardshell case. Let me know if you are interested.

    • #28485
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Anybody know if Rogue guitars are any good?
      : I’ve been thinking of buying the Rogue RK550,
      : mainly ‘cos its real cheap and has 3 mini-humbuckers and 24 frets. Now the Rogues evidently are made in the same place as Squires, and i’m not too mad about them either. Also i’ve been considering some cheap Jackson models, most of them have only 2 humbuckers tho, and i doubt they are any good for lead work… any advice, comments etc?

    • #28451
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      : >>>>Last I heard he still used PENSA Custom guitars for solid body electrics. Keep on Jammin!

      Pensa, and back to the Gibson LP and Strats for that Golden Heart Sound – although the cover notes on Phili tell you nothing ….

      When are the concert dates?

    • #28408
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : need aproximent value of 1960’s hummingbird 12 string accustic guitar
      ****************************
      Is "Hummingbird" the brand? Gibson makes a "Hummingbird" model, but they only made it in a 6-string…reason I asked is that someone tried to sell me a bogus "Gibson Hummingbird 12-string" a few years ago over the ‘Net…

    • #28395
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : anyone knows the name of mark knofler last albumm?

    • #28393
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Ok, I am lugging 7-8 cables and effects, etc and I want a guitarist duffle bag to carry the stuff in… anyone make such a thing… thanks! monk
      PERSONALLY I’D QUIT THE FRED ASTAIR FOOT STOMP AND GET A RACK MULTI IF NOT THE FLOOR KIND

    • #28389
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : HEY I JUST WANTED TO POST THIS LETTER UP FOR ANYONE WHO HAS PUT TOGETHER A MESA TRIAXIS RACK RIG.
      The Tiraxis is a great unit with the simul 2:90. very versatile, I own two boogie racks, a 12 and 20 space. Get the rear rails, and two ballistic puches and locking casters with it.

      I would recommend the following processors:
      Rocktron Intellefex, T.C. Elecronics G-force, Eventide GTR 4000, Tuner Korg DTR-1 tuner (its the best), Rocktron Hush unit (althought you probably will not need it unless your are going into the studio), I would buy a Boss NS-2 noise suppressor for simple gating while playing live.

      I would also invest int eh Meas boogie Abacus foot controller or the custom audio electronics Rs-10 Midi controller.

      I think you have a great foundation to an awesome rack system. Let me know how you make out.
      Wireless: X-wire system or Sony UHF system

      Regards,

      Steve Semich

      • #92237
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : HEY I JUST WANTED TO POST THIS LETTER UP FOR ANYONE WHO HAS PUT TOGETHER A MESA TRIAXIS RACK RIG. I use a t.c. electronic G-Major with my TriAxis. It’s dirt cheap and sounds great. I won’t say it’s better than other things because there ARE better units, but not for the money. It also has a great built-in tuner and is completely midi controllable. So, unless you need ULTRA studio-high-end (G-Force and Eventide combine for about $4500… sheesh) this will give you all the effects you really need AND a tuner in one rack space. Check it out… I’m VERY happy with mine. I run the TriAxis and the G-Major with a DMC Ground Control (I love how easy it is to use!). Super simple, small and versatile…. great gigging rig.

    • #28386
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was wondering if he has some new stuff out…. Please mail me

    • #28340
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am curious to know if any body knows where i can find a web site that deals with getting replacment parts for a rogue amplifier. If you do please e-mail me. thanks

    • #28334
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I can give you the chords to Quiniela but I can’t seem to contact you.I sent you an e mail but it came back with the message no such address. If you contact me with a correct address I will be glad to send you the .chord chart

      • #93526
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I can give you the chords to Quiniela but I can’t seem to contact you.I sent you an e mail but it came back with the message no such address. If you contact me with a correct address I will be glad to send you the .chord chart

        • #110116
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I can give you the chords to Quiniela but I can’t seem to contact you.I sent you an e mail but it came back with the message no such address. If you contact me with a correct address I will be glad to send you the .chord chart

        • #110114
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I can give you the chords to Quiniela but I can’t seem to contact you.I sent you an e mail but it came back with the message no such address. If you contact me with a correct address I will be glad to send you the .chord chart

    • #28311
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey does anyone know if rogue 7 strings are good because i wanna get one only because its cheap…..but is it a good guitar>?

    • #28300
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi:

      Looking for all of JJ Flash, chords and lyrics.

      Thanx!

    • #28297
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I am trying to find the chords or tabs to the praise and worship song "There’s A Stirring Deep Within Me"

      : Please Help.
      : Thanks

      Here’s your address.
      http://www.mercyme.org/lyrics/Traces%20of%20Rain%20Vol.%201/Stirring.txt

    • #28290
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      : : My favorite things
      : : Stella by starlight
      : : Basin street blues
      : : Round midnight
      : : Summertime

      : : help!!!
      : : mail me at [email protected]

      : : vivek

      : Check out this website: visionmusic.com…Mark Stefani is the creator of this site and a well known guitar player, master and teacher. You can e-mail him from the site.

      : Good luck,

      : Roy

      Hi there,
      I’m looking for the guitar tabs/chords for Angel Eyes (not the Willis song). Want to hear a great rendition on piano of that song?
      Check out the German/Dutch band "Henning Wolter Trio"

      Best wishes,
      Rob Elissen,
      Groesbeek-The Netherlands
      E-mail: [email protected]

    • #28257
      Anonymous
      Guest

      May be able to help – I have some contemporary reviews and know a bit about the guitars. In 1974 is most likely either a Nashville (solid, shaped a bit like a Musicman Eddie Van Halen) or a Jan Akkerman (semi with one F-hole shaped like a big Les Paul).

      : Does anybody know where I can find
      : more information abot my ’74 Framus electric Guitar???

    • #28229
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come
      : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows
      : the song please let me know.

      Did you find someone who knows where to find it? I am looking for this too for my upcoming wedding! If you did, please let me know!

      • #90524
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Has anyone been succesful in finding the sheet music? It was the first dance at our wedding, our 10th anniversary is coming up, and I am desperate to find it as an anniversary gift so she can play it on the piano. : : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come : : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows : : the song please let me know.

      • #85223
        Anonymous
        Guest
      • #81740
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i am also looking for the song..has anyone found it.. : : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come : : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows : : the song please let me know. : : Did you find someone who knows where to find it? I am looking for this too for my upcoming wedding! If you did, please let me know!

    • #28195
      Anonymous
      Guest

      for beginners and advanced guitarists who want to play like keith richards – there is a free web-site with chords and tab and an analysis on keef!

      http://www.playlike.fsnet.co.uk

    • #28161
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      The last time I’ve seen him play guitar, that was on a Pensa Suhr flame maple with a soldano amp. That was for the golden heart tour in 1996… But he’s a kind of conservative person.

    • #28087
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Anyone who has wiring diagrams for ADA MP-1 Please reply to this. I am in need of them. Thanx Whoever may be able to help me with this problem.

      Wiring diagrams can be found at http://www.geocities.com/ada_mp1/

      Cheers

    • #28065
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : is it electric or accoustic?

    • #28036
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I assume you have sought medical attention. I haven’t had disclocations, however, I punctured the tendon in my left pinky about 20 yrs. ago. I had to make some adjustments, but I don’t really think about it now.

      About 1 1/2 years ago I fractured the next-to-last finger on my left hand. It still does not bend all the way, but I recovered the strength through physical therapy. Again, I made some adjustments, and my playing is no better or worse than it was. If anything, it may be a little better, because I have to concentrate more on how I use the pinky and the finger.

      Assuming you have had the medical attention, see if you can get physical therapy. Also, music stores sell finger exercisers in various degrees of resistance. Try those (but not before consulting an MD)

    • #28037
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Has anyone ever had a severely dislocated finger. I did a job on the middle finger of my lefy hand 2 months ago and the middle knuckle is still twice it’s normal size. I can play but it’s sill sore and stiff. Question: Will the swelling continue to lessen and the soreness decrease. If anyone has firsthand experience with this or knows of anyone who does, I’d sure appreciate hearing form you.
      : Thanks much!

    • #28017
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      : My favorite things
      : Stella by starlight
      : Basin street blues
      : Round midnight
      : Summertime

      : help!!!
      : mail me at [email protected]

      : vivek

    • #27984
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Ive just got a guitar and learning, slowly… …Im haveing problems with like reaching the chords and, like playing them, my fingers like ache are they supposed to? Or is it me just being a wuss?
      : Just keep playing until you have calusue on your finger tips and on your index finger then you will be able to play much easier. your finger tips will get hard as a rock and then every thing will be possible.

      : : Any tips or suggestions would be greatful.. …Thanks

      Dipping each left hand finger tip in medicinal alchohol for a second, two or three times a day for a week will speed up skin hardening on the tips, and relieve the soreness
      kindest regards
      pat

    • #27886
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Thanx Jeremy, I love the bluesy stuff but for now I am in a Metal cover band.

    • #27878
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I want it all! particularly gear ,gear reviews , rigs of the pros & great guitar sites and any thing you can think of!

      Here’s my homepage :
      http://www.bensnet.fsnet.co.uk

    • #27857
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Suhr guitars are made by John Suhr in Calif. website is suhrguitars.com

      : more photos and info at premiumguitars.com

      : Suhr made the Pensa-Suhr guitars in the 80’s and worked in the Fender Custom shop…well check out the web site all the info is there.

      : they are great guitars.

      John Suhr has also built amps, the two Tweed clones
      that Clapton uses a lot recently were built by Suhr
      while he still worked at the Fender Custom Shop…

      Dougster

    • #27841
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I bought a 1956 Gretch DuoJet at an estate sale several years ago. I am having it refinished. The only problem restoring this fine instrument is that it was missing the bridge when I bought it. Can I buy a re-issue, and more importantly, where can I find an original?

      : Thank you,

      : Scott McDonald

      One of my buds, who’s into all things Beatles and
      therefor drools at Gretsch, says to call the US
      Gretsch company and ask them. Story is the guy
      who re-started the company has a stock of original
      parts and may be able to help you. You could also
      try the ads in Vintage Guitar mag, somewhat pricey
      but there area couple of folks with Gretsch parts…

      Dougster

    • #27814
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.I agree.Most guys/girls don’t want to gamble on somthing as intangible as Carvin guitars.The mail order thing does seem to hurt them,but yet Carvin still
      continues to make great instruments.I got lucky,found one that I love and even ran into another one almost just like it! The whole East-coast/West-coast shipping issue seems to make people wary of them.But FUCK DAT !!
      As long as Carvin keeps making guitars, they’ll always be aces in my book!!
      Good Luck…sorry ’bout profanity.

      • #100211
        Anonymous
        Guest

        My first experience with Carvin was in 1990. The guitar I bought then is still my favorite of my arsenal of 15. This transaction went smoothly so there was no need to "follow up" or otherwise correspond with them after the purchase. I bought parts in 1995 and build a 5-string bass; again, no problems. I made an attempt to buy another one last year – I will never buy another thing from them – ever. If you want a Carvin, get one from eBay – the online auction "risks" far out-weigh the Carvin Customer Service apathy. Their quality control is non-existant and they frankly don’t give a crap. Yes, the playability is excellent but god help you if you have any problems. http://www.ameritech.net/users/scottbeavers/index.htm click the ‘My Guitarz’ link. Then click ‘My guitar – a bargain at twice the price’ for the whole story.

        • #102677
          Anonymous
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          over the past 25 years, i’ve owned a 81 Gibson Les Paul Standard,a 79 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe, a 62 Fender Jaguar, a 67 Fender Tele, a 88 Fender Strat (jap, but real nice w/kahler trem), a 82 Heritage H-150CM (a REAL les paul), and a few off brand, but decent, guitars and basses. After drooling over Carvin catalogs for 20 years but never ordering from them, i chanced upon a used mid 80’s Carvin DC-150 in a local shop under consignment a few years back. After begging the owner to hold it for a week, i took my new toy home, tore it down, set it up, and jammed. it is an all black w/black chrome model. kahler locking trem, with the signature Carvin stereo electronics and M-22 pickups and 4 vol/tone knobs found in later models. the quality of the instrument is superb for a "standard issue" guitar, the balance excellent, action fast and low. all in all, a great looking, sounding and playing axe. and for the price ($300US w/case of course) unbeatable by anything i could ever get now-a-days. BUT…there’s always a "but"… the thing is almost TOO perfect. after playing with different guitars over the years, i’ve come to know and expect different characteristics and "personalities" to show up. things like unique harmonics, tones in general that distinquish that particular guitar from any other, at least to me. my Carvin doesn’t really have any of these traits. it sounds great, don’t get me wrong. but there is no "soul" there. kinda’ generic, if you know what i mean. like a lot of Les Pauls, i guess, only an occasional "Pearly Gates" comes on the scene. then again, PRS doesn’t exactly have a signature sound, either. all in all, fantastic guitar for the price, a great road/working axe, but i keep it out of the studio.

    • #27806
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Go on to:http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~ksl/guitar/metallica/bottom.htm

      I do this just because it´s Metallica!

    • #27805
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : singer and rhythm guitarist, electric or acoustic. Mostly rockabilly and 50’s 60’s rock. Like roy, elvis, buddy, etc. In NJ.

    • #27804
      Anonymous
      Guest

      singer and rhythm guitarist, electric or acoustic. Mostly rockabilly and 50’s 60’s rock. Like roy, elvis, buddy, etc.

    • #27797
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Suhr guitars are made by John Suhr in Calif. website is suhrguitars.com

      more photos and info at premiumguitars.com

      Suhr made the Pensa-Suhr guitars in the 80’s and worked in the Fender Custom shop…well check out the web site all the info is there.

      they are great guitars.

    • #27795
      Anonymous
      Guest

      USE THE MESSAGE BOARD OR THE FREE ADVERTISING AT ACETUTOR.NET, TO MEET OTHERS OR TO SELL YOUR GEAR..

    • #27796
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Bands and musicians post your adverts free at Acetutor.net

      • #98599
        Anonymous
        Guest

        To any artist or persons in San Diego who is serious about making music, and looking to join a band or looking too start one please contact me right away. My name is Adam Gomez and I am 18 years of age and I am a very talented singer/songwriter looking to start the next band that will create a new genre. I have been singing for 8 years now and my objective is to put a real band together including me as the lead vocalist. As for my equipment I have a shure Beta 58 A microphone, and a PA620 mixer 2 822 12" 300w speakers 2 PH50 16GA spk cables. If you don’t understand what I am talking about don’t worry because I don’t either. For those of you that do I know it doesn’t seem like much but it’s some thing to work with. I also have a c800 pa system on the side if I need to get a hold of it. I am looking for people in San Diego that are between the age of 18 and 24. But if you are older I don’t know why in the hell you would want to try and join my band. Just joking. As long as you can play and more important we see eye to eye on music and almost every thing about music we just might be in business. But it is a must that the band has chemistry on all levels, because with out chemistry I might as well stop writing and give up. But I can’t because I am too involved with music to just stop and let all these little fake punk bands and other fake wannabe genres mess up the music industry. I will not just stand by wile today’s youth turns music in to media market frenzy for all the kiddy’s in high school and for any one else that likes catchy tuns. I am sorry I just can’t take it any more because every time I turn on the radio that’s all I hear. Any way time to get back on the real subject at hand here. Basically I am starting a band so if you are interested you can contact me at [email protected] or on my cell phone at 1(619) 818-9996. PS. Thank you for your time Adam Gomez.

      • #96368
        Anonymous
        Guest

        we need more members for our band we’re doing this not just for a hobby but because we are really serious and we’re looking forward to get signed so we dont care if you’re a male or female as long as you play good and willing to stay in LA….and of course has an enough money to stay there okay!!!! if you want us and you’re serious enough just email me and we will talk,, utopia frontwoman

      • #92888
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Guitarist and drummer wanted for New York City/New Jersey based, established female fronted power pop band. Must have own transportation. Influences: Motley Crue, Pat Benetar, Kiss, AC/DC. Originals and covers. Available immediately. For more information, please e-mail or call (201) 634-0516, (917) 406-5979, or (201) 260-9660. Ask for Courtney.

      • #91398
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m sick of playing with bands who only feel like playing one fucking show a month! I’m ready to tour alot! My style is close to pantera,slayer,overkill, old metallica and all that brutal shit! I reside on a resevation near hogansburg NY[thats upstate near the canadian border. I’ve traveled as far as Vegas to play but that was a failed attempt so I want be a little closer to home this time! I am extremely serious about this and i wont fuck around. hit me up at [email protected] p.s. I have some chops I’d like to work in, I’m 18, I have a fairly loud practise amp,guitar huh! and I dont want to work for peanuts anymore, did that, dont like it!

      • #81261
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Bassist needed for band. Vocals preferred We have one CD out and another one ready to go. Gig mostly in NYC…..looking to take a week or two and tour. Style: Pop/Punk, Rock.

    • #27793
      Anonymous
      Guest

      GUITAR  TUTORIAL WEBSITE

      This popular thread has been given its own page : GUITAR TUTORIAL WEBSITE

    • #27794
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to know about a few artists who use guitar
      picks while playing so that I can learn to play their
      songs on the guitar. Could anyone please provide me
      with some specific names? Any help would be greatly
      appreciated. Pleasy contact me via email. Thanks

    • #27792
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello outthere I just buy a pc and I’m trying to make all my music (fullscores) on it but I don’t know what to buy. I’m thinking on the cakewalk Guitar Studio 2 but I have no idea if I need something more than my pc (i’ts a gateway 7500, I have multimedia player but I don’t know if I need more stuff)or if I need to install a souncard and If need one what should I buy.
      I woujd apreciate any help, thank you

    • #27791
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Looking for a gutiar player. Inf.. Classic/70-80 Hard Rock that can jam overall. email me for more info…

      Hey I live in Texas but send me more info(Ican play anything)

    • #27790
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Need info on Voxton guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Need info on Voxton guitar

    • #27789
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want it all! particularly gear ,gear reviews , rigs of the pros & great guitar sites and any thing you can think of!

      • #80033
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my faves are… guitar.about.com guitartricks.com guitargeek.com ibanez.com carvin.com espguitars.com fender.com gibson.com

    • #27787
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes,Definatley,affirmitive,fuckin’A,Hell yeah!! One cold, snowy evening,I wandered into one of my favorite music stores.This was 1993.One of the guys who knew me
      sold me a CARVIN D135(?)for 00.Took it home played then forgot about it.3 years later,I gave my Les Paual
      a rest and pulled out this old Carvin.Small, sleek ebony fret-board.Fast action,24 frets,coil splitting,
      in-phase,out-phase.M-22 pick-ups and Kahler tremelo.
      As I played it I said…"OH SHIT"!! Since then my Les Paul has been retired,I even found another one,all wood
      finish.With these deadly axes,I can Slay an army single-handedly and make the devil beg for redemption!

    • #27785
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone out there have any idea what a old Guild CopiCat tape echo unit would be worth these days? It was made by Watkins of England. Its a continuous tape loop echo, like the old echoplex. Any info on this unit would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    • #27783
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Goya (by C.F. Martin) Acoustic/Electric Guitar (Model G600E N)

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Goya (by C.F. Martin) Acoustic/Electric Guitar (Model G600E N)

    • #27784
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I want to trade my Ibanez Universe UV777BK for american made Bc rich 7 string. The universe is in like new condition, and is less then a year old. Any question, comments or any inquiries, email me. Thanks ED

      Yo are you the same guy from Guitar.com?

    • #27781
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lol

    • #27780
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to trade my Ibanez Universe UV777BK for american made Bc rich 7 string. The universe is in like new condition, and is less then a year old. Any question, comments or any inquiries, email me. Thanks ED

    • #27777
      Anonymous
      Guest

      TAKAMINE AD-1 DSP PREAMP

      This popular thread has been given its own page : TAKAMINE AD-1 DSP PREAMP

    • #27778
      Anonymous
      Guest

      haha.

    • #27779
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #27776
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Where are surh guitars made I havent heard of them do they have a web site. Hey if you ever get the chance stop buy the carvin factory store in Escondido They have tons of beautiful axes in stock also the carvin factory store in Hollywood ( YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT RIGHT DOWN THE STREET FROM CAPITOL RECORDS IS A STREET WITH ABOUT TWENTY MUSIC STORES IN IT INCLUDING LOTS OF FACTORY STORES MESA BOOGI,E CARVIN, SUPER GUITAR CENTER AND JUST ABOUT ANYTHING YOU COULD WANT IN MUSIC IS AVAILABLE ON THAT STREET)

    • #27775
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i agree about the state of most the name brands…gibson is waayyyy over priced. I playes a carvin and thought it was pretty good. have had bad luck with their mixers….got one..it buzzed…a vu meter fell out…crosstalk between channels…i sent it back….same thing with their amps…quality control doesnt seem to be their thing.

      i dont why their guitars havent caught on..10 day return…why dont more people play them? re sale is the pits on them…and maybe its becasue not many big guitar gods plays one…i think the whole mail order thing hurts them…no impulse buying from music stores.
      maybe the waiting period on some…but its not really that long compared to other custom builders.

      i have almost bought one a few times…but i think being unsure about them stopped me. if they had been in a store maybe i would have.

      have you heard of Suhr guitars? i got one of those recently…sold a les paul to get it by the way!

    • #27774
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi Scott,
      The problem is that Gretsch is now manufactured in Japan or something.Finding an originalk bridge may be tuff

    • #27772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please – does anyone know of a software notation program for the Macintosh, that doesn’t cost the earth, which has a customizable chord box feature?

    • #27771
      Anonymous
      Guest

      http://www.guitargeek.com/ <— search for star’s set up!

    • #27773
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for some sort of data base that has links to multiple guitar heros rigs. I am leaning on the younger blood. I want to know what the young bands on tours now are using now for live shows. Any input would be great.Thanks

    • #27769
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m posting this message to see what your opinions are on Carvins guitar shop. This is the mail order company out of San Diego.
      Heres my own story. I recently ordered my third Carvin guitar earlier this year. Shortly after placing my order I found a used Gibson Les Paul Custom Black with body binding and gold hardware at guitar showcase in San Jose. This guitar was gorgeous. I fell in love and bought it. This guitar was used and 600.00 but it was in excellent condion.
      Now I was in a jam because I didnt have enough money for both guitars but I could afford the cash to have them both temporarily at least long enough to test them out against each other.
      I had the Gibson Les Paul set up by a reputable shop and waited for the Carvin to arrive.
      My test findings were unsettling. The Guitar Gods at Gibson came up short on my list in all catagories. Now remember this was a guitar I played and fell in love with and payed hard cash for but when my Carvin showed up it just kicked its ass.
      The Carvin Giant Slayer was better at
      1.String action
      2.neck feel
      3.pickup tone
      4.sustain
      5.Staying in tune ( This is very important)
      6.Attention to detail on the guitar finish
      The Carvin sounded way better under heavy distortion
      and also on clean settings. The amps at my disposal to do this test were a Mesa/Boogie Tremloverb, Mesa DC-5
      a VOX,a Matchless, & a Fender Deville. My personal rigs were the Boogies. We conducted this test in a recording studio while recording our new album. I played and recorded on both guitars and a week later the Gibson was on add in the paper. Ouch thats gotta hurt!
      Now I’m not saying I would’nt Play a Gibson again, I am an equal oportunity guitarist but the over priced sleeping giants are nothing more than NIKE brand names marketed by symbolism.Thats O.K. but I just wanted you to know that you can get alot more bang for your buck if your willing to bust away from the pack.
      you must understand I’ve waited a long time to conduct this test. I am a lefty guitar player and finding lefties is allways a problem but untill now I couldnt afford the extra dough to have two guitars like this at once.
      The New Carvin I ordered was not cheap either but it was 00.00 less than the used Gibson.
      I ordered the Carvin 25th aniversary with a flamed KOA top. KOA five piece laminated neck(Maple Stripes) through body active/passive electronics and a fixed bridge. Abalone Block Inlays Ebony finger board.
      The Works
      You can also order a great guitar thats about 00.00
      bucks with the same electronics and craftsman ship minus the expensive wood I ordered for mine. All their guitars are made by the same CNC computer controlled routing machines and come with a 10 day money back garantee.

      If you have a story about Carvin Pro/Con I would like to hear it.

      • #97335
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I Thank The Guitar Gods For Givin These Dudes The Smarts And The Tallent For Bringingin These Extrordanoiry Peices Of Wood To Life… I Got A DC-10 in My 15th Birthday… I Love That Bitch More Than Life Itself… Everyone whos played it is blown shit away by the fantastic action, the phasein and out and the 22 pole humbuckers… I hope some one at carvin would resurect this great fine piece of eastern hard rock maple…. i modified mine with a Washburn Wonderbar…so as not to have to drill thru the body.. It is The Best Guitar Anyone Has Ever Made.. It Cosst $500.00 In 1978.. i think it was one of the first catalogs the dudes ever put out..lol… i called the 800 # in the rolling stone ads..lol and i would give my life for that guitar.. i f anyone has one … please feel free to comment.. or just drop a line any way,,, my silly webpage is http://www.geocities.com/spiderman44446969/Spideys_Web Thank You All.. And Keep Jammin !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • #108389
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I went to a local music store to try out a line6 pod. I decided to try out a Les Paul vintage re-issue (not exactly sure what model) – it was going for about $2500. It was a fine guitar – I’ve always liked Pauls. When I got home, I broke out my Carvin DC-747 (7 string). It’s a tung-oiled koa neck & body. I was pleasantly suprised to find out it blew the Paul away in terms of looks, sound and playability. It wasn’t a side-by-side comparison, but the memory of the Pauls performance was fresh in my mind, and there was really no comparison. The kicker is this Carvin is basically my dream guitar, with every option I want on it, and it came in under $1000 shipped! Carvin guitars rule! BTW, I agree about resale value. I have to wonder why Steve Vai doesn’t have his own signature model – he has an amp (Legacy) made by Carvin. I’ll bet he is still under contractual obligation to Ibanez. My guess is he would do it if he could. That would sure be a shot in the arm for Carvin!

      • #87242
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I went to a local music store to try out a line6 pod. I decided to try out a Les Paul vintage re-issue (not exactly sure what model) – it was going for about $2500. It was a fine guitar – I’ve always liked Pauls. When I got home, I broke out my Carvin DC-747 (7 string). It’s a tung-oiled koa neck & body. I was pleasantly suprised to find out it blew the Paul away in terms of looks, sound and playability. It wasn’t a side-by-side comparison, but the memory of the Pauls performance was fresh in my mind, and there was really no comparison. The kicker is this Carvin is basically my dream guitar, with every option I want on it, and it came in under $1000 shipped! Carvin guitars rule! BTW, I agree about resale value. I have to wonder why Steve Vai doesn’t have his own signature model – he has an amp (Legacy) made by Carvin. I’ll bet he is still under contractual obligation to Ibanez. My guess is he would do it if he could. That would sure be a shot in the arm for Carvin!

      • #105905
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I bought a Carvin 212 Bel-Air 50 watt tube amp. Spent a year serching for that sweetness you know. Mathcless, Mesa Boogie, vox, etc… The cheapest 212 combo I could find was $1200. They all sounded great but for $500 I can’t tell the difference. Also bought a package deal P.A. 12 channel 750 watt (Actually 350 per side)mixer in a box with 2 15" 2-way horn loaded mains, 2 mics, 2 100′ speaker cables, and 2 mic cables. Total cost delivered was around $1300. I looked everywhere I could think of. I couldnt get a similar P.A. and 2 speakers for less than $2000. All I have to say is I’m sold. I have been considering buying the ae185 accoustic electric for about a year now and I think you just helped me make my decision. you can’t go wrong with Carvin!

      • #81748
        Anonymous
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        I played and have gibsons, fenders and such. And carvin is one that is always on my guitar stand, instead of the case instead of the others. I also have the bass guitar, however my good friend is using it, not only because he is much more into bass than I am, because he says it blows his Fender bass away.

    • #27770
      Anonymous
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    • #27768
      Anonymous
      Guest

      as i stated before, neil young sucks! to back it up, check out this link … neil is leading vote getter for WORST guitarist!! once i again i rule! that tired homeless looking bastard couldnt pick his way out of a wet bag! cheers!

      link
      <a href= "http://guitar.about.com/musicperform/guitar/library/weekly/aa081300a.htm>neil sucks </a>

      • #92078
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Niel Young rocks. He could kick any of your asses at guitar and with his boot. Until you can play better than him shut your mouth!

    • #27765
      Anonymous
      Guest

      puke

    • #27766
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Message From: [email protected] (michael r mattingly)
      Date: Sun, Aug 20, 2000, 7:20pm To: [email protected] Subject: need
      extra cash .a be honest wit dis..just .00
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      P.O. Box 783
      Pine Grove, La, 70453
      #2) Trudy Janssen
      1626 Newport Blvd. #31
      Costa Mesa, CA 92627
      #3) Terry Phillips
      #81-9045 Walnut Grove Dr.
      Langley, B.C., Canada, V1M-2E1
      #4) Barry Petry
      11001 Old St. Augustine Road
      Apartment #720
      Jacksonville, Flordia 32257
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      1812 carter
      Kennett, Mo 63857
      #6) michael mattingly
      223 shady way
      blufton sc. 29910
      M1H 2V6
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      past this letter in any news group you can.) Step 1) You do not need to
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      cursor at the beginning of this letter and drag your cursor to the
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      copy the entire letter into the computer’s memory. Step 2) Open a blank
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      the ‘edit’ menu select ‘paste’. This will paste a copy of the letter
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      discussions).
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      longer on the list, you just take the latest posting in the newsgroups,
      and send out another .00 to names on the list, putting your name at
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      reading these articles everyday JUST LIKE YOU are now!! So, how can you
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      only six bucks. What are the chances of that really happening anyway
      when there are tons of new honest people who are joining the internet
      and newsgroups everyday and who are willing to give it a try? Estimates
      are at 20,000 to 50,000 new users, every day, with thousands of those
      joining the actual internet. Remember, play FAIRLY and HONESTLY
      – We’re all on this planet together and we’re here to love one another.
      Can you think of a better way than to treat one another kindly and to
      share the wealth? [email protected]
      mike da weatherman
      Image by FlamingText.com
      BIG WEATHER N RASTA LINKS
      mike da weatherman
      Image by FlamingText.com
      BIG WEATHER N RASTA LINKS

      ——————————————————————————–

      mike da weatherman
      Image by FlamingText.com
      BIG WEATHER N RASTA LINKS

    • #27763
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : who is randy kirk and zach i might have there ambitions if i new who they where

      You don’t know who these guys are?
      Do you even know what a guitar is??
      Kirk Hammett, Randy Rhodes, Zack Wylde

    • #27764
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USEN/NEW ELECTRIC HAWAIIAN STEEL GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS SATIRTHA

    • #65039
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HEY I JUST WANTED TO POST THIS LETTER UP FOR ANYONE WHO HAS PUT TOGETHER A MESA TRIAXIS RACK RIG. I’M LOOKING FOR RECOMENDATIONS ON A GOOD POWER CONDITIONER, WIRELESS SYSTEM , RACKMOUNT FX , RACKMOUNT TUNER , SOME TYPE OF HUSH UNIT, A NICE DROOR FOR THE RACK AND ANY THING YOU THINK I MIGHT BE MISSING FROM THE SET UP. MY PLAN IS TO USE A MESA 12 SPACE SHOCK MOUNT RACK WITH CASTERS. AND START BUILDING RACK SPACE# 1.POWER CONDITIONER 2.WIRELESS RACK 3.TUNER RACK 4.TRIAXIS PREAMP RACK 5.FX UNIT RACK 6.HUSH UNIT 7.MESA 2:90 POWER AMP THIS IS TWO SPACES 8. " " 9.TWO SPACE RACK DROOR 10. " " 11.OPEN 12.OPEN THIS WILL LEAVE TWO EXTRA SPACES LEFT OVER FOR ANY GOODIES I DECIDE I NEED LATER. COULD I SAVE ANY MORE SPACE IN THIS UNIT? I WOULD RATHER HAVE A COUPLE EMPTY SPACES THAN RUN OUT OF ROOM. THIS PROJECT IS GOING TO BE EXPENSIVE BUT MY PLAN IS TO BUY SOME OF THE EQUIPMENT USED. ********* MY REASON FOR BUILDING THIS MONSTER?********* I AM TIRED OF HAVING TO SET UP SO MUCH CRAP ON THE FLOOR AT GIGS. MY MAIN SQUEEZE IS MY MESA DC-5 THAT SOUNDS GREAT YET I WISH IT HAD MORE THAN TWO CHANNELS. MY EQ. DELAY, WAH, TUNER, VOLUME PEDAL NEED TO BE CONSOLODATED INTO A MIDI FLOOR CONTROLLER. THERES JUST TO MANY CHORDS INVOLVED AND IT LOOKS LIKE SPAGETTI SOUP ON THE FLOOR . NOT TO MENTION THE WALL WARTS FOR THE PEDALS ( I DONT LIKE BATTERIES MUCH, I SEEM TO LOSE TONE AND SIGNAL WHEN I USE THEM). ALSO I HAVE ( HAD ) A LINE 6 AXSYS 212 THIS RIG REQUIRED TWO CHORDS ONE FROM THE GUITAR TO THE AMP AND ONE TO FROM THE AMP TO THE FLOOR CONTROLLER.(THAT WAS COOL). UNFORTUNATELY THIS RIG IS NOT UP TO PAR ON T O N E ALTHOUGH IMPRESSIVE AND DEFINITLY A UPGRADE FROM A PANDORAS BOX, IT DOES NOT HAVE UN TO IT THE TUBES THAT I HOLD SO DEARLY. SO HERE I AM! I KNOW THIS SUCKERS GOING TO BE HEAVY.

    • #64985
      Anonymous
      Guest

      In my estimation it will tone down your sound. You will get a mellower tone(which I think is really cool in a lot of situations). You probably will find that your distortion sound doesn’t have as much juice but has some cool tones that it didn’t have before. To put it briefly, I think it’s a great idea if you want a bluesy tone. I think it’s a bad idea if you play heavy music.

    • #64989
      Anonymous
      Guest

      """IRON MAIDEN´S GUITAR""" -SIGNED- (for SALE) http://www.novomilenio.com/ironguitar

    • #65019
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am going on vacation see ya , have fun . everything is open all lessons scales chordfinders everything !!! have a great day, Mikael http://www.rifftech.com http://www.mp3.com/mikael

    • #27760
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Tokai super edition

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Tokai super edition

    • #27761
      Anonymous
      Guest

      NEW MP3.COM BLUES ARTIST COVERS ALL THE GREATS!
      Nobby Reed puts 35 years worth of experience into his blues!

      August 23, 2000

      MP3.com has just gotten a new Blues Artist on board! Norbert "Nobby" Reed has just placed several of his original songs up on the internet music website.

      Reed’s soulfully skilled playing style evokes emotion and emits passion through out all his songs!

      Reed has successfully learned the styles of guitar greats Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Albert Collins, Albert King, Jeff Beck, Carlos Santana, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Eric Clapton, and many others! His own style is a unique blend of Blues, Rock, Jazz, Country and Fusion.

      The first entries into MP3.com include songs such as:

      Santana Sonata: a personal tribute to Carlos Santana that covers many Santana stylings from the early 70’s through today’s Rectified Santana sound!
      Beck’s Dilemma: which is a tribute to guitar great Jeff Beck
      Led Balloon: A great Jimmy Page type rocker that really gives the listener a treat!
      Respectfully Moore: A tribute to Gary Moore. (Excellent!)
      Out The Bottle: A soulful, rockin’ blues original off Nobby Reed’s first CD: Guitar on My Back
      Cryin’ in My Dreams: A blues ballad with an SRV sound, reminiscent of "Lenny", but with Reed’s own styling and singing. (One of his best songs!) Off Nobby Reed’s second CD: It’s All About The Blues

      Reed has played professionally for almost 35 years, and his experience and maturity come through his music very clearly. He has played most all styles of music, but has spent his last several years focusing on the Blues.

      At the time of this Press Release Reed had several songs in the process of being released on MP3.com, and has just headed into the studio to record his 3rd CD, untitled at this time.

      Give a listen to The Nobby Reed Project at: http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/45/the_nobby_reed_project.html

      For more information on the Nobby Reed Project, please visit: http://www.vtwebs.com/nrp

      • #80032
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : what a bunch of crap…that loser should try doing something original instead of ripping off poeples licks NEW MP3.COM BLUES ARTIST COVERS ALL THE GREATS! : Nobby Reed puts 35 years worth of experience into his blues! : : August 23, 2000 : : MP3.com has just gotten a new Blues Artist on board! Norbert "Nobby" Reed has just placed several of his original songs up on the internet music website. : : Reed’s soulfully skilled playing style evokes emotion and emits passion through out all his songs! : : Reed has successfully learned the styles of guitar greats Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Albert Collins, Albert King, Jeff Beck, Carlos Santana, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Eric Clapton, and many others! His own style is a unique blend of Blues, Rock, Jazz, Country and Fusion. : : The first entries into MP3.com include songs such as: : : Santana Sonata: a personal tribute to Carlos Santana that covers many Santana stylings from the early 70’s through today’s Rectified Santana sound! : Beck’s Dilemma: which is a tribute to guitar great Jeff Beck : Led Balloon: A great Jimmy Page type rocker that really gives the listener a treat! : Respectfully Moore: A tribute to Gary Moore. (Excellent!) : Out The Bottle: A soulful, rockin’ blues original off Nobby Reed’s first CD: Guitar on My Back : Cryin’ in My Dreams: A blues ballad with an SRV sound, reminiscent of "Lenny", but with Reed’s own styling and singing. (One of his best songs!) Off Nobby Reed’s second CD: It’s All About The Blues : : Reed has played professionally for almost 35 years, and his experience and maturity come through his music very clearly. He has played most all styles of music, but has spent his last several years focusing on the Blues. : : At the time of this Press Release Reed had several songs in the process of being released on MP3.com, and has just headed into the studio to record his 3rd CD, untitled at this time. : : Give a listen to The Nobby Reed Project at: http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/45/the_nobby_reed_project.html : : For more information on the Nobby Reed Project, please visit: http://www.vtwebs.com/nrp :

    • #27759
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yamaha APX6NA

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Yamaha APX6NA

    • #27758
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Who got some rp 2000 digitech settings who sounds good for blues????

    • #27756
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come
      True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows
      the song please let me know.

      • #97330
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i already have the words to go with the song. does anyone have the actual song for me to listen to? i would appreciate this sooooooooooo much?

        • #108030
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : i already have the words to go with the song. : does anyone have the actual song for me to listen to? : i would appreciate this sooooooooooo much? The song is "Lost in Love" by Nastyboy Klick.

      • #95483
        Anonymous
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      • #93549
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey, my friends dad sings that song.. so if anyone ever needs to know anything about it, let me know

      • #91014
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows : the song please let me know. I HAVE THE SONG

      • #91022
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need to get ahold of the music for Dream Come : True by Frozen Ghost. If someone has it or knows : the song please let me know. I HAVE THE SONG IF ANYONE STILL WANTS IT

      • #84754
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I could not find this song anywhere, I see that a lot of other people couldn’t either!! So …I sat myself down and learned it. I tried to put the chord changes as close as possible to the lyrics. The chord changes come on pretty much every 2 count, Just listen to the song if you get confused. Dream Come True by Frõzen Ghõst Intro E- 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – A- – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – D- – – – – – – – – – – – – 0 – – – – – – – – 0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – G- – – 0 – – – 0 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 0 – – – – 0 – – – 2 – – B- – – – – 3- – – – 3 – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – 3 – – E- – – – – 3- – – – 3 – – – – 2^3^2 – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – 3 – – ( G )Love of my l( D/F# ) ife, ( F ) I don’t have a l( E )ot to give you, ( Am )What’s in my h( Am/G)eart, ( D/F# ) is all I that I can re( E )ally give you, L( Am )ove, ( Am/G ) undying l( F )ove is all I h( C )ave, ( F )A handful of wo( C )rds, that mi( D )ght make you la( E )ugh, And all the stre( Am )ngth, y( Am/G )ou ne( F )ed, ( G ) To make it thr( C )ough, al( Esus )l your troubled ti( Am)mes, I gi( E )ve our love, my( Am )self to you,( Am/G ) Only yo( F )u, m( G )y dream come tr( C )ue, ( Csus ) ( C ) ( F) ( Am7 ) ( D ) ( G )Love of my l( D/F# )ife, ( F )You were all I ev( E )er wanted, ( Am )To be with yo( Am/G )u, ( D/F# ) Is all I ever re( E )ally wanted, Y( Am )ou, ( Am/G )You’ve made my li( F )fe a fairy ta( C )le, ( F )You’ve added lo( C )ve, to a li( D )fe that was so sta( E )le, And know that I'( Am )ll, b( Am/G )e he( F )re, Always for yo( C )u, Wh( Esus )en you need a fri( Am )end, I gi( E )ve our love, my( Am )self to you, ( Am/G )Only yo( F )u, ( G )my dream come tr( C )ue ( Csus ) ( F ) ( E ) ( Am )I’ve been wa( F )iting my wh( C )ole life for y( G )ou, ( Am )Now my wa( F )iting is thro( C )ugh, Ohh ( Am )All the ni( F )ghts I spent dre( C )aming I kn( G )ew, ( Am )That my dr( F )eam would come tr( C )ue, ( solo ) (haven’t figured out chord progression for that yet ) ( E ))So many nightsn ( Am ) I’d lay aw( F )ake dre( C )aming I kn( G )ew, ( Am )One day I'( F )d be with yo( C )u, Ohh ( Am )Now all my ni( F )ghts of dre( C )aming are thro( G )ugh, ( Am )’Cause my dr( F )eam has come tr( C )ue, ( F )Dream come true. Dream come tr( C )ue, Now my dre ( G )am has come tr( F )ue (fade) Enjoy! Question, comments? [email protected] K.J

      • #105740
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if anyone has tabsheets dream come true,(frozen ghost) please e-me to me,

      • #105771
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if anyone has the music to dream come true, please send them to me.

    • #27752
      Anonymous
      Guest

      modes should be thought of as keys. a scale is a source
      from which to extract chords for progressions.
      a mode is a scale so for it to be of any use song wise
      you must extract the chords from it.
      most guitar players are taught the modes in relation to the
      major scale which is the source of the confusion.
      Modes are independant keys in their own right with
      their own set of scale tone chords and own distinct flavour.

      Another confusing way modes are taught is that scale to
      chord relationship. e.g In c major , a progression that goes
      c , am , F , G . would mean c Ionian for the c major chord ,
      a aelion for the am chord , f lydian for the f major chord
      and g mixolydian for the g major chord.

      This would have to be the worst way to look at modes
      if your objective is to highlight the distinct flavour
      of the modes.
      The problem with this approach is that we hear harmony
      in the basic sense of tension and release.
      In the key of c major ‘C’ is considered to be tonal centre
      or ‘home or tonic’ or whatever you want to call it.
      Earwise this chord is considered to be the most resolved or
      home chord.
      whatever chord is played in the key of c now will be to
      some degree be tense or resolved depending on its relationship to the
      key centre or c chord.
      This is a fact and the fundamental principle behind harmony.

      To tie this back to modes it means that if you were to play the f lydian scale over the f major chord in the previous progression you would not hear the true flavour of the lydian mode.
      your ear would simply being hearing notes being played against the fourth chord of c major key waiting for the tension to be released with a return to the c or ‘tonic’ chord.

      To have a true representation of the f lydian mode in a song f chord would have to be the tonic or home chord e.g the progression F / G / F / G.

      In other words it is the chord progression that dictates wether the true sound of a mode is heard or not.

      Modes when thought of as keys are actually very simple. Most modal chordal progressions in rock usually consist of two ot three chords.
      One of these chords will be the definitive chord of that mode. This is a little harder to explain so I wont bother at the moment.

      Songs do not stay on one chord all the time. Any notes that you are playing at a particular point have that particular sound ,colour or characteristic
      because of their relationship to the underlying chord , and in turn that chord has it’s particular sound or tension because of it’s relationship to the’tonic’ or ‘home’ chord.
      You can begin to see how important key centres are when it comes to how notes and chords sound.

      The bottom line modes are just keys. If you extract the scale tone chords from the key and base your progressions on it you will end up with the true
      harmonic colour of that mode.
      a lot of rock and metal songs use progressions based on modal keys but still use simple pentatonic scales over them . a lot of them would not even realise the progression is extracted from a
      a modal scale. It can be that simple if you want.
      Sure it can get a lot more involved but for most guitarists they just want a basic understanding of what the hell a mode actually is or what it does.

      Playing in major or minor keys all the time can get tiresome to the ear.
      Modes can bring a fresh new sonic approach to a solo instead of the same old pentatonic
      scale material everytime.

      I hope this has’nt caused anyone more confusion about this subject and hope it has helped
      somebody clear up some misconceptions about modes.

    • #27750
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I haven’t heard of Aria Pro guitars since the early 1980’s.Back then they were considered "yucky" axes.The low budget stuff today is built much better.But if you like it…cool.
      Good Luck

    • #27751
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I’ve been playing for 8 months and,and I’m going to buy a second guitar.My first was a strat coppy,and I wanted to buy a fender sometime soon.I play alot of punk,alternative,and blues.I’m interested in the cyclone,standard fat strat,powerhouse strat,and classic 50’s reissue strat.any suggestions?

      Personally I don’t like fender that much because I like to play metal and the whole rapock
      thing, but fender is definetly very good at making high quality instruments. I would say the
      fat strat because it i good calue for price, and the humbucker with the singles will give you a
      much more versatile sound. The other guitars are good instruments, but I would say the price
      and pickups give the fat strat the edge

    • #27749
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi,

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      Ive got a licks database, tab, lessons and more.

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    • #27748
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’ve bought an aria pro 2, cardinal series(pat.n°555719), CS-250model, n°2020570.
      I want to now its age, its price, and what are the micos.
      If somebody has an answear,…

    • #27745
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a hand held portable recording device digital which can be used for recoding and practicing solo’s or guitar licks. The machine has variable speed settings for slowing done the music while maintaining the pitch. Can anyone out there help.

    • #27746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The two music schools I teach for can’t keep up with the demand for guitar lessons and are always looking for more guitar teachers.
      I don’t know what "pentasystem" is but nobady has asked for lessons in it yet where I live.
      Jim in Canada

      : Is it true that guitars are now obsolete? If it’s true that they are only 30% in tune and these new Pentasystem instruments are 97% in tune then what gives? Fender et all better work fast! Looks like a better mousetrap has arrived! What do you think?

    • #27744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think you may have a guitar that was made around the corner where I live. I was in Mr Reeves sons band along time ago when he started to make guitars
      here in Luton, Beds, England.
      if you email me I might be able to put you in touch with Mr Reeves if you like. I hope I’m not wrong about this, but I must say he was a perfectionist when I knew him. I did see him recently mowing the garden so he’s still with us.

      by for now
      leah
      http://www.atouchofclass1.co.uk

    • #27742
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is it true that guitars are now obsolete? If it’s true that they are only 30% in tune and these new Pentasystem instruments are 97% in tune then what gives? Fender et all better work fast! Looks like a better mousetrap has arrived! What do you think?

    • #27738
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Wow, it seems you’re an awfully narrowminded, ignorant, opinionated idiot! While I agree that
      : Wylde can play, I think he just sucks. It doesn’t matter how good you are if you’re a musical
      : idiot with no taste, just noise, does it? Oh, and any musician (especially guitar player) knows
      : that Neil is one of the greatest writers and guitar players in rock and roll. If that wasn’t true, why
      : would your heroes from Pearl Jam play with him? Think about it. Listen to some Neil and
      : see. Find out who some of today’s biggest stars’ influences are. Neil’s there. Oh, and Wylde
      : may not look to homeless, but I sure as hell wouldn’t put down Neil’s image and praise his!

      Alright…I told you guys not to shit on Zakk Wylde. You can’t claim that Zakk Sucks. Listen to his live recordings with Ozzy, especially "Just Say Ozzy". He was only 19 at the time playing with a metal god. His rendition of classic Ozzy tunes spews energy, and I don’t know if you have ever seen him live but he is one of the most exciting, and entertaining guitar players I have ever seen. The tone he had when he played with Ozzy can’t be touched either. His work with wah pedals is extremely dynamic and adds to soloing instead of hiding mistakes and sounding faster than he really is. Granted, I like Neil Young, but in terms of entertaining to watch…Uh…he doesn’t even come close to being as energetic as Zakk. Young is timeless, but Zakk steals the live show.

      • #87902
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Zakk is an idiot…but so are "new" Ozzy fans, so he’s perfect for the job. I just can’t stand hearing him attempt to play Randy’s songs. He fucks them up big-time.

    • #27740
      Anonymous
      Guest

      go with the deluxe super strat. It’s pretty much a beefed up powerhouse strat for i think the same price

    • #27737
      Anonymous
      Guest

      She old and made by the reeves equipment company. This guitar sounds like a martin.Sweet full and mellow.Does anyone know anything about this guitar. Model 15G Matador

    • #27736
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been playing for 8 months and,and I’m going to buy a second guitar.My first was a strat coppy,and I wanted to buy a fender sometime soon.I play alot of punk,alternative,and blues.I’m interested in the cyclone,standard fat strat,powerhouse strat,and classic 50’s reissue strat.any suggestions?

    • #27733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought this guitar ages ago from a mate who told me it belonged to the lead guitarist in the British 60’s band "The Birds". I only found out recently that Ronnie Wood was in the band. If anyone has any info please get in touch.

    • #27732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought a 1956 Gretch DuoJet at an estate sale several years ago. I am having it refinished. The only problem restoring this fine instrument is that it was missing the bridge when I bought it. Can I buy a re-issue, and more importantly, where can I find an original?

      Thank you,

      Scott McDonald

    • #27734
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Schaller locking tuners for Left handed Strat

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Schaller locking tuners for Left handed Strat

    • #27730
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’m gonna buy one soon and i don’t know where to get good prices and what i should pay for it

    • #27729
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking for a gutiar player. Inf.. Classic/70-80 Hard Rock that can jam overall. email me for more info…

    • #27731
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All depends on the application. Are U using the units for recording or live work? This will predominantly be the determining factor in your choice……

    • #27727
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I saw cakewalk guitar tracks in the music store yesterday and the list of features looks impressive! Is this the best product for recording guitar, or is something else out there better? I am especially interested in guitar tracks and making drum lines or drum loops along with it! thanks…. monk

      I have guitartracks, and I think its a perfect introduction into computer recording. Cakewalk Pro Audio, Cubase, and few other a better, but not nearly as cheap as Guitartracks. You should look at the new Guitar Studio 2, it has some great features, and isn’t to much more expensive than Guitartracks

    • #27726
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I saw cakewalk guitar tracks in the music store yesterday and the list of features looks impressive! Is this the best product for recording guitar, or is something else out there better? I am especially interested in guitar tracks and making drum lines or drum loops along with it! thanks…. monk

    • #27724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Sorry if I misjudged you. I wasn’t in the best mood. I just think it’s narrow-minded and
      short-sighted to dismiss a respected and succesful guitar legend with "he sucks".
      That’s what reminded me of the "shredder attitude", which I’m sure you’re familiar with.
      Since you’re primarily an acoustic player, I’m surprised you don’t appreciate Keith’s very
      tasty acoustic work, especially on records like "Sticky Fingers" or "Goat’s Head Soup". Take
      another listen to "Love in Vain", for instance: There’s an excellent live version on their
      relatively recent "Stripped" album.

    • #27723
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USEN ELECTRIC GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS ANNA

      >>>>How much money do you have to spend? What kind of music do you want to play?

    • #27725
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I like to go to tape(or DAT)ANALOG! The sound is rich,
      fat,and ballsey!Afterward we master DIGITALY! This is good for tightening up the sound,and cleaning up unwanted noise.
      Good Luck

    • #27722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      AH YES! Funk is one of my specialties.I wouldn’t get a pick up thats too hot.Might look into the LITTLE J.B.,
      LITTLE 59 or SCREAMIN’ DEMON.Had a guitar with those,it
      was full of "SPANKABILITY"!!
      FUNK AWAY!!

    • #27721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m actually after a pickup suited for funk style tunes to suit my fender strat. The pickup also needs to match the output of bridge pickup, which is a set of seymour duncan hotrails. please help!!

    • #27720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USEN ELECTRIC GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS ANNA

      • #93061
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USED ELECTRIC GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS ANNA

      • #93081
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I NEED HELP LOOKING FOR A USED ELECTRIC GITAR AND A AMP! I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT IS A GOOD DEAL OR NOT! I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST DEAL SO PLEASE HELP ME !!THANKS ANNA

    • #27718
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Can someone explain to me what the trim knob actually
      : does? I can’t get a good sound with my guitar unless
      : I have the knob turned towards the mic position. Why
      : is this? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
      : Jeremy B. Morse

      I bet you are talking about the input levals on a multitrack. I have a Tascam, and i do the same thing. All it does is make a bassline leval for you input. Unless you are recording with incredible levals coming from your guitars, you will have to set near microphone. DO you mic your amp, or play direct?

    • #27719
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I have a Kramer Focus 2000, not the best guitar, but she holds us pretty good in most conditions. Right now I have an EMG Selest in the neck position and a cheapy from a Nuno Bettencourt Washburne in the bridge (both Humbuckers). I have recently had an offer to buy two PAF’s to put in her. Anybody out there have any input as to what this might sound like?

      I’d say replace the neck pickup, because EMG selects suck

    • #27717
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Sorry for late response.I like the good ol’ jim Dunlops
      I also Use a Morley Volume/Wah.THIS THING WILL BLOW YOUR AMP TO TO BITS!!

    • #27715
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.Tried to answer earlier,but was interrupted by the
      AOL meanies!I love the Bettencourt axes.They usually stock Bill Lawrence pickups(Double Bladed),which are known to WAX NASTY!!If this is the case,I’d keep those
      pickups.The style of PAF pickups vary…Gibson,Seymore,
      Dimarzio ect.ect.The Dimarzio PAF Pro is very good,
      especially for ROCK.The regular PAF(Dimarzio)are nice and warm,good for Rythym.I’d look into this further if I were you,take your time and pick your sound carefully.
      Good Luck

    • #27716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I have a Kramer Focus 2000, not the best guitar, but she holds us pretty good in most conditions. Right now I have an EMG Selest in the neck position and a cheapy from a Nuno Bettencourt Washburne in the bridge (both Humbuckers). I have recently had an offer to buy two PAF’s to put in her. Anybody out there have any input as to what this might sound like?

      >>>> It all depends on what kind of P.A.F. pups you are talking about. Lots of companies like Dimarzio, Duncan, WD, Scaller and Gibson to name a few make P.A.F. pickups. All sound dif’ . Are they original Gibson P.A.F.’s from the 50’s? One would need more info to answer this question.

    • #27714
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wow, it seems you’re an awfully narrowminded, ignorant, opinionated idiot! While I agree that
      Wylde can play, I think he just sucks. It doesn’t matter how good you are if you’re a musical
      idiot with no taste, just noise, does it? Oh, and any musician (especially guitar player) knows
      that Neil is one of the greatest writers and guitar players in rock and roll. If that wasn’t true, why
      would your heroes from Pearl Jam play with him? Think about it. Listen to some Neil and
      see. Find out who some of today’s biggest stars’ influences are. Neil’s there. Oh, and Wylde
      may not look to homeless, but I sure as hell wouldn’t put down Neil’s image and praise his!

    • #27713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : How much would a 1973 strat be worth ?
      : original finish, emg pickups ( i don’t have the
      : originals), maple neck, 5way-switch, schaller heads.

      >>>00 more or less depending on other factors such as : Color, fixed or floating bridge, original case, original hardware such as pickguard and backplate, four or three bolt neck? and or any other modifications. How do you know it’s a 73? is the serial # on the headstock? or on the backplate? The 5 way switch is not original if it’s a 73. They only started using those around 76′. Later….

      • #86869
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the serial number should be somwhere around 520000 and the staggered pole pieces on the pickups say that it’s a 73 strat cause in 74 they started making flat pole pieces .the price in a shop would be about 3400 euro but I wouldend pay more then 750 or least 900 euro .and if the strat has binn modifight then you better hope it has the original pickups

    • #27712
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much would a 1973 strat be worth ?
      original finish, emg pickups ( i don’t have the
      originals), maple neck, 5way-switch, schaller heads.

    • #27711
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can someone explain to me what the trim knob actually
      does? I can’t get a good sound with my guitar unless
      I have the knob turned towards the mic position. Why
      is this? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
      Jeremy B. Morse

    • #27709
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Has anyone ever had a severely dislocated finger. I did a job on the middle finger of my lefy hand 2 months ago and the middle knuckle is still twice it’s normal size. I can play but it’s sill sore and stiff. Question: Will the swelling continue to lessen and the soreness decrease. If anyone has firsthand experience with this or knows of anyone who does, I’d sure appreciate hearing form you.
      : Thanks much!

      I once had a dislocated shoulder. I went to a doctor and he put it back in.

    • #27708
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : lookin for the best online price?

      : Thanks,
      : carvin954

      check out http://www.gusbootmusic.50megs.com

    • #27710
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : be very careful. If it is an SG, it’s probably a ’62
      : instead of a 61. 61’s were Les Pauls but Les didn’t
      : like the changed instrument and insisted that his name not be associated with them. In 62 the name was changed to SG (solid guitar), and Les Pauls weren"t
      : made again until 1968, returning to the original shape: I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value?

      :

      GET YOUR BEST PRICE AND THEN EMAIL ME I"LL TOP IT FOR SURE!!!!!

      • #99448
        Anonymous
        Guest

        So you’re saying that the SG came into being in 61, as the new ‘Les Paul’, but this was short lived due to Mr. Paul’s objections? So there is no such thing as a 62 – 67 ‘Gibson Les Paul’?!? Wow, that is news to me – doesn’t that make the 61 ‘Les Paul SGs’ a super collector’s item? : : be very careful. If it is an SG, it’s probably a ’62 : : instead of a 61. 61’s were Les Pauls but Les didn’t : : like the changed instrument and insisted that his name not be associated with them. In 62 the name was changed to SG (solid guitar), and Les Pauls weren"t : : made again until 1968, returning to the original shape: I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value? : : : GET YOUR BEST PRICE AND THEN EMAIL ME I"LL TOP IT FOR SURE!!!!!

        • #110982
          Anonymous
          Guest

          http://www.bbmusic.bc.ca/gibson/sg.html : So you’re saying that the SG came into being in 61, as the new ‘Les Paul’, but this was short lived due to Mr. Paul’s objections? So there is no such thing as a 62 – 67 ‘Gibson Les Paul’?!? Wow, that is news to me – doesn’t that make the 61 ‘Les Paul SGs’ a super collector’s item? : : : be very careful. If it is an SG, it’s probably a ’62 : : : instead of a 61. 61’s were Les Pauls but Les didn’t : : : like the changed instrument and insisted that his name not be associated with them. In 62 the name was changed to SG (solid guitar), and Les Pauls weren"t : : : made again until 1968, returning to the original shape: I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value? : : : : : GET YOUR BEST PRICE AND THEN EMAIL ME I"LL TOP IT FOR SURE!!!!!

    • #27707
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hey, all. I am going to purchase a volume pedal for my rig, and I would like opinions on different models, etc. What do you all use? Is the Ernie Ball one really the best? Does it sound just like manipulating the guitar’s volume knob? I want to back off a little during the verse, etc. and I am no good at manipulatiing my vol. knob while playing! lol Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

      : Wayne-O

      Hey Wayne-0 go for the ERNIE BALL it’s as solid as the rock of Gibraltar man you could drop a Marshall Quadbox on top of it and it wouldn’t even scratch it.
      I just bought one and it is fabuloso.

    • #27705
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hey, all. I am going to purchase a volume pedal for my rig, and I would like opinions on different models, etc. What do you all use? Is the Ernie Ball one really the best? Does it sound just like manipulating the guitar’s volume knob? I want to back off a little during the verse, etc. and I am no good at manipulatiing my vol. knob while playing! lol Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

      : Wayne-O

      Hey Wayne-0 go for the ERNIE BALL it’s as solid as the rock of Gibraltar man you could drop a Marshall Quadbox on top of it and it wouldn’t even scratch it.
      I just bought one and it is fabuloso.

    • #27706
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Kramer Focus 2000, not the best guitar, but she holds us pretty good in most conditions. Right now I have an EMG Selest in the neck position and a cheapy from a Nuno Bettencourt Washburne in the bridge (both Humbuckers). I have recently had an offer to buy two PAF’s to put in her. Anybody out there have any input as to what this might sound like?

    • #27703
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You might want to use less gain. Turn down your preamp so that your distortion isn’t as "tight." The other option would be to invest in a noise gate. The gate will stop any sound from going to the amp when you are not playing.

    • #27702
      Anonymous
      Guest

      First of all, don’t be fooled by what you hear on a CD. The guitar tracks have lots of studio work done on them, and when the bass is added to the guitar it sounds thicker and fuller than any amp ever will. The closest you will probably get is to crank the treb and bass to the max, and set the contour all the way down or close to it. Put on only a little reverb or you will end up sounding like hell when you play without it a year from or two from now. Good luck and let your ears be the final judge!

    • #27704
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There has been a lot of interest in the digitech RP 2000 on this forum, myself included. I want to know some opinions about wether the Boss guitar multi effects rack unit is better than the Digitech RP 2000. Sorry I can’t remember the name of the Boss unit so don’t get too mad at me Ben! Thanks guys and gals.

    • #27701
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you have good pickups and are playing live, try a regular A/B box. Run channel A to your amp for the distortion, and run Channel B direct to the mixing board for a super clean tone.

    • #27699
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an late 70’s Ovation full size acustic/electric.
      No EQ’s. Just plug ‘n play. I foud the best soud using "Dean Markley Custom 10 Guage". Try them out!

    • #27700
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : : Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Line 6, Roland, Crate, Digitech, Boss, DOD, and more! I bought a new Gibson Les Paul Standard Vintage Sunburst and saved ,200 off list!

      : : Hey Ben…Don’t be such a dick to this guy man. Didn’t mom and dad teach you how to be polite to people?

      : : : Hey retard, first off, you didn’t leave a URL. Now second off, get an LP standard for ,200 off the list price is way to much. That means that you are paying close to ,500 for a Les Paul Standard. If it was ,000 off list, now that would be a decent price. Oh yeah, and Digitech, and DOD are the same company, that is just verbal garbage to mention both. Its like saying that we carry Digitech, DOD, and Johnson, SAME COMPANY

      : Just pointing out how bogus this guy is. There no room for this bs here anyway

      Alright…I agree with you there Benjamin!

    • #27696
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : : Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Line 6, Roland, Crate, Digitech, Boss, DOD, and more! I bought a new Gibson Les Paul Standard Vintage Sunburst and saved ,200 off list!

      : Hey Ben…Don’t be such a dick to this guy man. Didn’t mom and dad teach you how to be polite to people?

      : : Hey retard, first off, you didn’t leave a URL. Now second off, get an LP standard for ,200 off the list price is way to much. That means that you are paying close to ,500 for a Les Paul Standard. If it was ,000 off list, now that would be a decent price. Oh yeah, and Digitech, and DOD are the same company, that is just verbal garbage to mention both. Its like saying that we carry Digitech, DOD, and Johnson, SAME COMPANY

      Just pointing out how bogus this guy is. There no room for this bs here anyway

    • #27697
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve looked at alot !! of sites and found http://www.music123.com to be the most competitive site on prices ..I recently bought a Gibson ES-135 Limited Addition Archtop for 200.00 which was 00.00 lower than anywhere else ..A good site for links with lots of gear and extremely cool wallpaper is musiciansfriend.com I like to go and window shop there 🙂

    • #27698
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I’ve heard what some of you people say about pink floyd. whats next Led Zepplin, or Blue Oyster Cult? Why do people think that pink floyd is boring, they had a lot of good music.

      Pink Floyd is a great band. Music like Pink Floyd’s might fade in and out of the mainstream, but they have a really strong fan base that grows by the day. They will be around alot longer then alot of the top 40 bands you hear today. BTW, speaking of "bad raps" lots of people seem to think that learning from tab is bunk. It’s not! Nothing wrong with learning a song from some reliable Tab. In fact "TAB" is on of the oldest forms of musical notation known to man. Goes all the way back to Lute music of the European Dark ages and then some. It was around way befor the standard musical notation of today.

    • #27695
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lookin for the best online price?

      Thanks,
      carvin954

    • #27693
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      >>>>Last I heard he still used PENSA Custom guitars for solid body electrics. Keep on Jammin!

    • #27692
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would hardly call myself a ‘shredder’. I play acoustic 99 percent of the time, which is not really what i think of when i hear ‘shredder’.

    • #27690
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Sounds like that price (in Sterling, right?) might be for a Mexican built Fender Stratocaster,
      : which would, in my opinion, be a very good guitar for a beginner. There are cheaper options, though.
      : Fender make a reputable entry level guitar called the Squire Stratocaster, which you should be able
      : to pick up for about half that price. What kind of guitar sound are you looking for? In Strat style you
      : could look at Yamaha Pacificas — pretty good and pretty cheap. Obviously, they’re not going to be as
      : good as a £1600 guitar, but for a beginner they’d be fine. Check out some Epiphone guitars in the
      : Les Paul style. Have a look at some back issues of The Guitar Magazine — the revirews are great.
      : Online, go to the guitar department of http://www.harmony-central.com.

      >>>>Because you are a beginer, I would suggest getting a solid color mexi strat. Used guitars offer a better deal but you really have to know what you are doing to get the best one. Mexi’ Fenders are good middle of the road guitars and will take you into the next playing level.

    • #27691
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : hello my son just got his first guitar but we cant afford lessons, a friend told me theres song books out there that show you where to place your fingers when you play, does anyone know what shes talking about, and what these books would be called so i dont look like a total idiot when i go to buy him one. he really wants to learn and i really use some help! thanks please e-mail me at [email protected] thanks

      >>>Good advice so far. I would also like to add that a decent guitar tuner would be a must have item! Make sure you let them know if it’s for electric and or accoustic guitar. If you do buy one, have someone show you and your son how to use it befor you leave the store. If you can’t afford one get a pitch pipe. Stay away from the tuning fork, as it can be hard for beginners to get on with. Good luck and feel free to E-mail me if you need any more help.

    • #27688
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I am a beginner. I seek instruction in playing as Keith richards. A web site in tablature would be very good.

      >>>>Keith Richards style comes across to me as being very loose and raunchy, with a "dust floor dive" or old juke kind of vibe. Esspecially his live stuff. A favorite tunning for K.R., has become the open G tunning with the 6th (low E) sometimes taken right off the guitar! The open G tunning is: (low to high)>>D,G,D,G,B,D<< and was used in many a Stones tunes. If you want to get some insight into K.R.’s "scene" then get a’hold of a couple of good Stones Tab books (Online tab is not a good beginners tab, as it can contain lots of mistakes) and jump into the songs right off..getting to know the chords, chord progressions, chord changes and timing, etc..In addition, I highly recomend what "gar" suggests. Interviews and tech’ info from mags’ are a great resource. For this I recomend the October 1997 issue of Guitar World. Great info on Keiths playing tech’ as well as a MUST READ interview with him. Keep on Jammin!

    • #27687
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If it’s the sound you want, get it. I think you can get a martin D28 for about that much though, and the martin sounds amazing. I got my d35 for around 1400. The most important thing is to just play a bunch with no discrimination in name or type. Buy the one that sounds the best.

    • #27689
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : I have a ’98 or ’99 model Squire Strat I am going to buy and I need to know the value. The guy said name my price. I needs new tremolo springs and has a hard shell case. It is in very good condition other than the springs.

      : I’d say about 5. That is a good price for a used Squire. Maybe 00, if the guy is stupid enough

      >>>00<<<is a fair deal for the guitar, but only because it come swith the hardshell case.

    • #27685
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I would like to buy a guitar and know little about the types and what is a good guitar. I am considering the Fender DG 22 S. What are your thoughts on this guitar and how does it compare to others in the 00 range?

      : Thanks,
      : Darrell

      >>>As far as materials and construction, most brand new 00 accoustics are going to be the same, regardless of brand name. That being said, Yamaha makes some pretty good low budget accoustics. I highly recomend saving up about 00 and buying a used accoustic. Used will get you alot more accoustic guitar than new. Esspecially in the price range you are in. Keep on Jammin’

      • #83921
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : I would like to buy a guitar and know about the types and what is a good guitar. I am considering the Fender DG 22 S. What are your thoughts on this guitar and how does it compare to others in the $200 range? : : Thanks, : : cabvar: >>>As far as materials and construction, most brand new $200 accoustics are going to be the same, regardless of brand name. That being said, Yamaha makes some pretty good low budget accoustics. I highly recomend saving up about $400 and buying a used accoustic. Used will get you alot more accoustic guitar than new. Esspecially in the price range you are in. Keep on Jammin’

    • #27686
      Anonymous
      Guest

      BEFORE YOU PAY 1000 FOR A WASHBURN!!!!
      If you’re paying a 000 for a washburn, why not get a taylor or martin!? Those are the 2 best accoustic guitars you can get. I personally have an ovation 6 and a Taylor 12. And I have a hard time playing my 6 after getting my 12 because taylors are just the best! I would even check out a Guild accoustic. Personally, I love the taylors!

    • #27683
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You know that high squealing note you sometimes get
      accidentally if your picking is inaccurate?
      thats the sound you get when you do a pinch harmonic.
      Try slanting the pick in your hand so that your thumb is near to the point of the pick, then pick the note as normal, now your thumb, being close to the point, should brush the string lightly, resulting in a note an octave higher being played.
      You just have to practice it.
      Picking over the fretboard makes it much easier, that way you can get the taste to it, and move your pickhand to where you normally pick when you master that.

      : i don’t understand could you please give me more help as my favourite guitarist is richie sambora (BON JOVI) and he uses pinched harmonics on almost all of his solos ,thanks

    • #27681
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to buy a guitar and know little about the types and what is a good guitar. I am considering the Fender DG 22 S. What are your thoughts on this guitar and how does it compare to others in the 00 range?

      Thanks,
      Darrell

    • #27682
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.Recording,eh? Very cool!(1)Use two microphones if you can swing it.One close to the amp,the other further
      away for room sound.(2)Use your own effects(except maybe Reverb).Got talked into using the studio’s stuff
      (flanger,phasor,chorus),reget it to this very day.My RP-10 could spank his shit!(3)NEVER GO DIRECT,into the board.The board’s sound is very dry,trebly and sterile.(4)Don’t let the studio over-compress your sound.Guitar
      Solos should have peaks and valleys.(5)Don’t worry about making mistakes,stay loose.If it’s a BIG-UN,then
      punch-in.If not,FUCK IT!!Us guitar guy’s tend to be over critcal of ourselves.
      Good Luck on recording dude!

    • #27679
      Anonymous
      Guest

      YES,I agree Zak Wylde is one NASTY(good)MOFO!!

    • #27678
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I have about 300 guitar magazines all in excellent condition and some still in plastic. Most are "guitar for the practicing musician", "guitar world", and "guitar player" and other misc magazines. These range mostly from about 1992 to 1998. for some years i have all 12 issues of guitar for the practicing musician. I also have the special edition magazines like "guitar classics" etc.. with extra songs in them and such. If anyone would be interested in buying some of them or the lot of them please email me. I’m moving sept. 15th 2000 and have to get rid of them. email me at [email protected]

    • #27680
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think it’s because the young crowd were not as exposed to it as we were.I learned a lot of stuff by listening to my father’s albums.Today’s youth are much more arrogant and impatient than we were.Pink Floyd and Led Zep gave us good mood music,loaded with texture.This stuff was very poetic and introspective.
      But it takes time to listen to.In this selfish, meglomanic,fingertip age,we should extend to the younger crowd the art of listening and patience.However
      ,the "SPOON-FEEDING FRENZY" has reached warp speed,
      reducing young and old into infantile head-hunters.I like a lot of the newer groups,they have much to offer.
      But lets not forget where we come from.Also,lets sit back with our instruments and learn these guitar solos
      by ear,instead of being spoon-fed tabs,okay??

    • #27677
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      : My favorite things
      : Stella by starlight
      : Basin street blues
      : Round midnight
      : Summertime

      : help!!!
      : mail me at [email protected]

      : vivek

      Check out this website: visionmusic.com…Mark Stefani is the creator of this site and a well known guitar player, master and teacher. You can e-mail him from the site.

      Good luck,

      Roy

    • #27676
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : : Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Line 6, Roland, Crate, Digitech, Boss, DOD, and more! I bought a new Gibson Les Paul Standard Vintage Sunburst and saved ,200 off list!

      Hey Ben…Don’t be such a dick to this guy man. Didn’t mom and dad teach you how to be polite to people?

      : Hey retard, first off, you didn’t leave a URL. Now second off, get an LP standard for ,200 off the list price is way to much. That means that you are paying close to ,500 for a Les Paul Standard. If it was ,000 off list, now that would be a decent price. Oh yeah, and Digitech, and DOD are the same company, that is just verbal garbage to mention both. Its like saying that we carry Digitech, DOD, and Johnson, SAME COMPANY

    • #27673
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Line 6, Roland, Crate, Digitech, Boss, DOD, and more! I bought a new Gibson Les Paul Standard Vintage Sunburst and saved ,200 off list!

      Hey retard, first off, you didn’t leave a URL. Now second off, get an LP standard for ,200 off the list price is way to much. That means that you are paying close to ,500 for a Les Paul Standard. If it was ,000 off list, now that would be a decent price. Oh yeah, and Digitech, and DOD are the same company, that is just verbal garbage to mention both. Its like saying that we carry Digitech, DOD, and Johnson, SAME COMPANY

    • #27674
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Let me know what U need…[email protected]

      • #109944
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey there; I’m looking for a Yamaha single rack space dual-15 graphic EQ.I believe it’s called a GQ2015A.It has to be the older "Made in Japan" model,not the China model. Thanx. J.C.

    • #27670
      Anonymous
      Guest

      zakk wylde rocks! unlike that homeless looking guy neil young!

    • #27669
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any one know what kind of guitar Mark Knofler is using these days?

      • #80886
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i play giutare , u want play your last album (sailing to philadelphia) pleas send me partition

    • #27671
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi fellow guitar players,
      I’m considering a Washburn accoustic D-55 Cherokee guitar. It’s pretty much new. It’s been at a local dealer’s store for a year or so now, and has a few small scratches and dings from being played there. Anyway, they are asking a cool ,000.00 for it (including hardcase). It seems like a good deal to me, but I thought I’d see if anyone here can give me advice on this guitar. Thanks!

      • #83280
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I see that your post here is dated. Just curious: did you get the Cherokee? These were built for Washburn by a fine luthier–Dana Bourgeois. I picked one up about three years ago for $1000. It’s a great guitar. Great projection. I gave it to my son a couple of years ago when I bought a Taylor. Miseed it so much that I searched until I found another guitar in the same series: the Savannah–Koa back and sides. I won’t part with it.

    • #27667
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Line 6, Roland, Crate, Digitech, Boss, DOD, and more! I bought a new Gibson Les Paul Standard Vintage Sunburst and saved ,200 off list!

    • #27666
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking for campfire guitar music

      This popular thread has been given its own page : looking for campfire guitar music

    • #27668
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am seeking chords or tab of Connection by the Rolling stones. It was on the ablum Between the Buttons It is listed on GuitarNotes site but when I go to the song I get 404 Item NOt Found.

    • #27663
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following….

      My favorite things
      Stella by starlight
      Basin street blues
      Round midnight
      Summertime

      help!!!
      mail me at [email protected]

      vivek

      • #81860
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Please somebody help..im looking for chords for the following…. This masquerade

    • #27664
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Try: gain on full, bass and treble quite high, take off most of the middle (contour all one way-not sure which), reverb to taste and volume as loud as the neighbours will allow!

    • #27665
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi Anders,
      The guitar part is based around B-E-A. This should sound more like it.
      Cheers, Glen.

    • #27660
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HELLO WHERE SHOULD WE GO TO POST THE ABOVE SUBJECT GUITAR & PREMIUM CASE MATERIAL, THAT WAS DEMO’D @ THE 1ST WINTER 2000 NAMM SHOW OF THIS NEW MILLENIUM? A KIRK HAMMETT SIGNATURE SERIES,MADE AT THE U.S.A.’S ESP CUSTOM SHOPPE.2-VOL’S & 1-TONE POT.DELUXE CASE BEARRING ALL ENTAILED STICKER’S,BAND STENCIL,BRUSHED
      METAL ESP EMBLEM,&"MUSICPLAYER’SNETWORK.COM’S STICKER ON TOP OF CASE ALSO.WE WERE TOLD THAT THIS SITE IS THE NEW OWNERS OF MILLER FREEMAN & ASSOCIATES MOTHER SITE.
      ALSO K.H.DEMO’D.SIGNED,ININDULLABLE INK,AND IT WENT ON DISPLAY @ THE 2000 WINTER NAMM FEB-SHOW IN L.A.CALIFORNIA.LOT OF HISTORICAL POINTS OF REFRENCE’S ALSO HAS PEARL SKULL AND CROSSBONE INLAYED NECK AND ORIGINAL FLOYD-ROSE MADE IN GERMANY.ALSO HAS MUSICPLAYERSNETWORK.COM PROFESSIONALLY PAINTED INBETWEEN THE 2-K.H.SPEC’D EMG 81’S DOUBLE HUMBUCKERS.
      A REAL ONE OF A KIND.MINT CONDITION (WE PLAYED IT TWICE)GUIYTAR.ITS IN A SAFE PLACE AT OUR CLIMATE CONTROLLED SECURITY LOCKER AT LOCAL BANK.SO LET US KNOW WHERES THE BEST PLACE TO POST INSTRUMENT & CASE FOR SERIOUS COLLECTORS INTERESTED ONLY PLEASE? ASKING COLLECTOR $’S.

    • #27661
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HELLO WHERE SHOULD I GO TO POST A ABOVE SUBJECT MATERIAL DEMO’D@THE NEW MILLENIUMS;"WINTER 2000 NAMM SHOW" AUTOGRAPHED IN INDULLABLE INK, ON REAR ELECTRONIC’S COVER,MADE IN THE U.S.A. CUSTOM SHOPPE 2-K.H. SPEC’D EMG-81’S 2-VOL’S & 1-TONE POT.DELUXE CASE BEARRING ALL ENTAILED MENTIONED IN BAND STENCIL,BRUSHED
      METAL ESP EMBLEM,& "MUSICPLAYER’SINTERNET.COM"’S NEW OWNERS OF MILLER FREEMAN & ASSOC’S WEB-SITE, CERTIFICATE OF AUTHERIZATION SIGNED BY K.H. AND THE AXE AND CASE ARE AWESOME,PLAYED BY K.H.AUTOGRAPHED AND THEN DISPLAYED AT THE FEBRUARY WINTER NAMM IN L.A. ALOT OF HISTORICAL POINTS OF LIGHT REGARDING THIS PEARL SKULL AND CROSSBONE NECK.ALSO HAS MUSICPLAYERSNETWORK.COM PROFESSIONALLY PAINTED INBETWEEN THE 2-K.H.SPEC’D EMG 81’S DOUBLE HUMBUCKERS.
      A REAL ONE OF A KIND.MINT CONDITION (WE PLAYED IT TWICE)AND ITS IN A SAFE AT OUR BANK.SO LET US KNOW WHERES THE BEST PLACE TO POST INSTRUMENT & CASE FOR SERIOUS COLLECTORS? ASKING COLLECTOR $’S.

    • #27657
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Check out these new bands! Great Classic Rock, Rhythym and Blues and Pop!
      http://www.mp3.com/TheJRBBand
      http://www.mp3.com/2Blu

    • #27659
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Howdy

      I am going to get into recording session from September 4th, and now I am hanging out in the Web looking for good advice on recording. I play guitar in an alternative rock band, so if you guys have any cool ideas / cool things few people know and you feel like sharing your wisdom, lemme know, I’d really appreciate that. URL’s are OK, except for http://www.homerecording.com or http://www.harmony-central.com

      THANKS
      George

    • #27658
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hello,
      : My name is Chris and I am thinking of buying an electronic
      : guitar.
      : I have three questions:

      : 1. What electric guitar would be ideal for beginners?

      : 2. How much would it cost?

      : 3. I went in to my local music store and was told a "Fender" guitar at
      : a cost of £379 was the best guitar for beginners.
      : Is this the best guitar for beginners?
      : Is the price (£379) right for a "Fender guitar"?
      : If not how much should 1 be and where can I get a cheaper 1 in the
      : North West area?

      :
      : CHEERS FOR YOUR HELP!

      Hello

      All I can say is stay away from Fender SQUIRES, cuz they’re absolutely the worst guitars on this planet, and don’t have anything to do with a real Fender Guitar.
      squires look ncute, but THEY SOUND AWFUL, even if you manage to tune them. And even if you do, and it starts to sound more or less OK, it never intonates well.
      A throwaway guitar, that’s it. I’d advise you to look for a used Mexican Fender – all in all, try to find something used, but of a better quality – or a Japanese one.
      Yamaha’s Pacificas are jolly good too. I know, that you just begind, and don’t feel like giving away a grand for an axe and then playing drums for the rest of yer life, but the better guitar you have the more attached you get to it.
      But – look for used ones, and happy hunting!

      Feel free to ask, anyway.

    • #27655
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I’ve heard what some of you people say about pink floyd. whats next Led Zepplin, or Blue Oyster Cult? Why do people think that pink floyd is boring, they had a lot of good music.

      I don’t see the hostility that you see out there. I hear more respect for older bands than hate. I am a big Rush fan, and I am 16, so that should be a little weird. I love Zep, and a funny thing is, that I was at a Foo Fighters concert last month, and everybody there rocked out to a Floyd classic "Have a Cigar". In my eyes the older bands earn more respect, than newer bands

    • #27654
      Anonymous
      Guest

      there music is amazing!

      click here –> <a href="http://www.geocities.com/neptune_303">www.geocities.com/neptune_303</a&gt;

    • #27656
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve heard what some of you people say about pink floyd. whats next Led Zepplin, or Blue Oyster Cult? Why do people think that pink floyd is boring, they had a lot of good music.

    • #27653
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PLEASE HELP ME. I am looking for the perfect way of playing JJ Flash. The tabs I found says teh intro is played B:E:D. But it does not sound right. How do I play this beautiful intro.

    • #27652
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for Information on a Lauren Gitar 3/4 size. The label inside reads: Model # LA-34N. I was wondering about the age and value of the gitar and if it is a Classical or Acoustic Gitar? Any Info would be appreciated!!! Thank You! : )

    • #27649
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i don’t understand could you please give me more help as my favourite guitarist is richie sambora (BON JOVI) and he uses pinched harmonics on almost all of his solos ,thanks

    • #27650
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi. Do you know where I can download blank chord charts?
      (I hope that is what they are called in English…) The
      squares that you can divide diagonally and in which you
      write the chords for songs? I know I could do a table in
      Word for the squares but don’t know how to do the diagonals,
      and then the repeat thingys etc.
      Thanks a lot if you can help.

      Pauline

      • #110242
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi. Do you know where I can download blank chord charts? : (I hope that is what they are called in English…) The : squares that you can divide diagonally and in which you : write the chords for songs? I know I could do a table in : Word for the squares but don’t know how to do the diagonals, : and then the repeat thingys etc. : Thanks a lot if you can help. : Pauline :bill im looking for a site where i can get basic chord finger placment for six string

    • #27651
      Anonymous
      Guest

      " Mel Bay" has some beginning guitar books available that are OK. Try your local music store. Any guitar person at the store should be able to steer you in the right direction without making you look like an idiot.
      Make sure you tell them its for a beginner !

    • #27646
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah. I have played one. From what I know it is a decent solid top acoustic, but a lot of players joke at it as the bird house guitar. ( Sound holes look like a bird house)The one I played seemed pretty nice, But it was wierd looking.(like a bird house) Sorry.

      • #96823
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That’s an old McPherson guitar that was made in Japan. The new McPhersons have been completely redesigned and are handmade in the USA. These new guitars have a single offset soundhole, cantilevered neck, and state-of-the-art bracing design. The finish is flawless and the sound is INCREADABLE! You can see their website at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com I also downloaded some fantastic music played on these guitars. It’s worth checking out.

      • #86343
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There are two different kinds of Mcpherson guitars. One was a cheap guitar, origionally made in Japan in the 80’s. Another is an AMAZING guitar, which is custom made in the U.S. They used to have three sound holes, one at the end of the guiar, and one by the neck, on either side. Then they switched to one larger sound hole, on top. This allows more of the wood top of the body to vibrate and resonate, resulting in an unbeatable sound. For more info, go to http://www.mcphersonguitars.com . They are $4,000 ea, and as of now, the waiting list is a year and a half. So go all out and get one, you wont regret it!

    • #27647
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I have a ’98 or ’99 model Squire Strat I am going to buy and I need to know the value. The guy said name my price. I needs new tremolo springs and has a hard shell case. It is in very good condition other than the springs.

      I’d say about 5. That is a good price for a used Squire. Maybe 00, if the guy is stupid enough

    • #27648
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Linda,

      Just go to a music store that sells guitars (Guitar Center is one of many) and ask someone to show
      you some songbooks that include guitar chord diagrams. They usually have the name of the chord
      (such as "C" or "F" above the notes where the chord changes occur along with a tiny diagram
      representing the strings and frets of the guitar with dots where the fingers should go). Since these
      are sometime difficult to interpret or overly simplistic, I would recommend also getting some kind of
      reference book for guitar chords which shows the proper fingering in more detail.

      Just don’t go to a place that sells only pianos, band instruments, or sheet music (that’s where they might not understand
      what you are talking about!!!!). But, anyone who sells guitars will know what you’re asking for and will
      not think you are an idiot for asking.

      BTW, that’s how I learned to play guitar, and several years later got A’s in my music theory classes
      at college.

      Best of luck!!!
      able to help you.

    • #27643
      Anonymous
      Guest

      :Keith may be to guitar what Ringo is to drums: someone who isn’t technically outstanding but plays
      with heart and soul to create a unique style which remains popular after three decades. I don’t think you
      will have much luck finding "instruction" in playing like KR, but there are many web sites that discuss
      the open tunings which are the basis of the KR sound. Also, he removes the top (low E or 6th) string
      from many of his guitars and plays with only 5 strings. Try this to get an idea: remove or deaden the
      top E, drop the 1st string from E down to D, and drop the 5th string from A down to G.

      If you can get a DVD or video of the Stones in concert, watch how Keith makes a barre with the index
      finger and uses the middle and ring fingers to make chord changes and embellishments.

      Good luck!!!

    • #27644
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Question about the digitech RP-2000

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Question about the digitech RP-2000

    • #27641
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am selling a ’92 Paul Reed Smith custom 24 for 800. It has a neck through body, 24 frets, bird inlays, vintage yellow finish (it actually looks yellowish orange) with red back and neck, beautiful wood grain, and five-way pick-up selector and original case. You must be thinking "there must be something wrong with it!" Nope. There is an brand new identical one up the street selling for 400. I could sell it for more but I want the money fast to buy the Zakk Wylde signature Les Paul. If anyone shits on Zakk he or she is pretty lame and is not a rocker. Anyway, I bought it on consignment for a steal because the original owner needed cash fast too and I am passing the savings on to anyone interested in purchasing this incredible instrument. There is no body damage, just a small chip in the paint on the point of the headstock. I am located in Minnesota so if you live here your in luck because I am not going to pay for shipping on this once in a lifetime deal. Anyway, for more info, e-mail me at [email protected]. Check out your local PRS dealer and look at the PRS custom 24. Do your research and you’ll see that this is a STEAL. Thanks you guys and keep rockin’

    • #27642
      Anonymous
      Guest

      be very careful. If it is an SG, it’s probably a ’62
      instead of a 61. 61’s were Les Pauls but Les didn’t
      like the changed instrument and insisted that his name not be associated with them. In 62 the name was changed to SG (solid guitar), and Les Pauls weren"t
      made again until 1968, returning to the original shape: I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value?

      : Well 61′ was the first year of production, and if is NOS mint, that could rake in ,000’s of dollars. You could ask somebody in the Gibson Forum, at Gibson.com, what they think. They have employees that answer questions for you. I’d say you could at least get ,000 for it easy, if its perfect.

      • #99410
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m no expert, but I was told the SG was the original ‘Les Paul’, pre 58/59, whenever the current shape came into being. After the new version came along, the original ‘Les Paul’ became the ‘Les Paul SG’, which became simply the ‘SG’ in the latter part of 1961. If it has a cover over the truss rod adjustment that says ‘Les Paul’ on it, it is what I understand to be a ‘Les Paul SG’, the last of which were made in the first few months of 1961. I am lucky enough to have one of these ’61 Les Paul SGs, but it has been through the wringer – the neck broken several times, then steamed apart on my behalf to repair it to its original shape, and fiberglassed for strength; the whammy system long gone before I bought it. I didn’t know what I was buying, I was young and getting my first electric, saw a used Gibson within my price range, and grabbed it. On the back of the headstock is branded the # 247. I have no idea what yours is worth, but considering that everyone who has offered an opinion has also offered to buy it for that price, I’d put its value somewhat higher than what they are offering. : be very careful. If it is an SG, it’s probably a ’62 : instead of a 61. 61’s were Les Pauls but Les didn’t : like the changed instrument and insisted that his name not be associated with them. In 62 the name was changed to SG (solid guitar), and Les Pauls weren"t : made again until 1968, returning to the original shape: I have a friend who has inherited an unused 1961 Gibson SG in new condition.. It was bought by a relative in 1961 who never learned to play and has everything from the tags through to original strings. Any idea on it’s current value? : : Well 61′ was the first year of production, and if is NOS mint, that could rake in $1,000’s of dollars. You could ask somebody in the Gibson Forum, at Gibson.com, what they think. They have employees that answer questions for you. I’d say you could at least get $5,000 for it easy, if its perfect.

    • #27640
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if grandpa was a player who wants to pass on to you
      the value of music, the guitar and amp are priceless
      if you live up to the legacy. for an honest appraisal
      send some good color photos to george gruhn’s guitar
      shop in nashville.

      :
      : Thanks

    • #27637
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a ’98 or ’99 model Squire Strat I am going to buy and I need to know the value. The guy said name my price. I needs new tremolo springs and has a hard shell case. It is in very good condition other than the springs.

    • #27638
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i myself have owned a GT-3 and i thing they are great in the fact that you can do so much with them and the have great quality effects the big downer is tthat they are not practical on a live situation and that the require long hours of programming to get good sounds if i was you i would by a Digitech RP-2000

    • #27636
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello my son just got his first guitar but we cant afford lessons, a friend told me theres song books out there that show you where to place your fingers when you play, does anyone know what shes talking about, and what these books would be called so i dont look like a total idiot when i go to buy him one. he really wants to learn and i really use some help! thanks please e-mail me at [email protected] thanks

    • #27634
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello my son just got his first guitar but we cant afford lessons, a friend told me theres song books out there that show you where to place your fingers when you play, does anyone know what shes talking about, and what these books would be called so i dont look like a total idiot when i go to buy him one. he really wants to learn and i really use some help! thanks gizzywizzer

    • #27632
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok, i’m going to get the american standard. What single coil pickup out there puts out humbucker sounds?

    • #27628
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Hey, all. I am going to purchase a volume pedal for my rig, and I would like opinions on different models, etc. What do you all use? Is the Ernie Ball one really the best? Does it sound just like manipulating the guitar’s volume knob? I want to back off a little during the verse, etc. and I am no good at manipulatiing my vol. knob while playing! lol Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

      : Wayne-O

      I use a Mr. Crybaby Wah/Volume, and it does the job. Nothing is like using the knob. When I play "Cathedral", I still use the knob, because it tweaks the volume, less than the sweep of the pedal. The Ernie ball is supposed to be good, but I got a Wah, to go with the volume, so I am happy

    • #27630
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey !
      Does anybody Know where can I find audio demos of Boss GT-3 patches?
      Thanks

    • #27629
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Need info on the Gibson GGC 700

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Need info on the Gibson GGC 700

    • #27625
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought an rp2000 and was hoping to be able to set the paremeter settings like the rp3 has but the settings are a little different. The rp3 has a library of settings from people. What I want is any metallica settings I can program in for the rp2000. I like the bleeding me sound but any metallica sound is excellent. Please feel free to email any settings or info. THANKS!

      • #80311
        Anonymous
        Guest

        One sight that is really good and a must see for us rp2000 users is http://www.makeascene.com/rp2000/ : I bought an rp2000 and was hoping to be able to set the paremeter settings like the rp3 has but the settings are a little different. The rp3 has a library of settings from people. What I want is any metallica settings I can program in for the rp2000. I like the bleeding me sound but any metallica sound is excellent. Please feel free to email any settings or info. THANKS!

        • #84524
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Hey dude i have a ADA, MP1, i wanna know how i get the best performance of it…. if anybody knows or if there´s a website? it´ll be more than welcomed…

    • #27627
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Boss ME-10 guitar multiple effects :someone have good settings?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Boss ME-10 guitar multiple effects :someone have good settings?

    • #27622
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : i am traveling to Korea and will have time to shop for
      : an acoustic guitar. i’d like some information or addresses on where to shop and what to look for
      : thanx rich

      I just returned from Osan Air Base last November and yes there are good deals to be had. I bought a Dean acoustic ( 15.00) which sounds as sweet as a Martin and an Epiphone Les Paul Special (Same as Slash’s signature model except it’s quilted teal finish and doesn’t have Slash’s snake symbol on it. It even has all black hardware. For this I paid 50.00 brand new and bought my brother in law an Epi Les Paul custom (black with all gold hardware) for the same price. Try finding those prices in the states…You can’t. Why, because here in the states YOU pay for the shipping cost and dealer mark up. You’re just getting it without those charges by buying it sooner in the process. Koreas economy is weaker than ours and the dealer markup there is nowhere as inflated as here. Word of caution, pay attention to what you’re looking at. Some of these guitars are simply overages or pecentages of product that these companies (Epi, Fender, Dean, Ovation, Samick, etc.) have agrred to let the factories sell localy but some, however are what most people would call "seconds" or flaws. Maybe the finish didn’t turn out so great or something is slightly off center. Whatever the case if you buy one look at it very well, and SLOWLY. Then leave and go back in a day or two and look at it again to make sure you didn’t miss anything. Which is how we should all purchase but I’m guilty of the impulse purchase sometimes also. Anyway, Osan AB is about 40 miles south of Seoul (0.00 by cab, or there are busses and trains which cost almost nothing). The city just outside the main gate of the base is called Song Tan. The best shop there is called Mr. Potatos guitar. The owner is Ted Kim. One of the best men you’ll ever meet. He carries all the fore-mentioned brands as well as his own line of acoustics and electrics, which cost a little more but I believe are actually better than most. He has the factories build them to his specs. He even gives you free lessons once a week for buying from him. If you are able to get near Osan, check him out. You will not regret it. Ted is an upstanding business man, he won’t sell you junk. If there not good enough he sends them back. If you buy from somewhere else… like I said, make sure you inspect it carefully, people are people no matter what the country is. Take care and good luck.

      • #90109
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi, I am living in Gumi-South Korea which just outside Daegu. I just read your post. I am looking to buy an ovation but I’m not sure where the factory is located. I am planning a weekend is Seoul next month and if I can I will make the trip to Mr. Potaoes Guitar. However, do you know of any good places to buy guitars alittle further south or even the factories? Thanks alot Martha

      • #106567
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I too have just returned from Osan AB and I bought a guitar from Mr. Potato. It is a Fender Telecaster Deluxe imitation (Mr. Potato brand) and it sounds and plays beautifully. It was $290 (including case) and worth every penny. Mr. Potato has a web site… http://www.mr-potato.com and he can also be emailed at [email protected]. As for his business practices, I have never had such good service, ANYWHERE!! While playing my guitar at a local bar (the Piano Bar) my guitar fell and incured some damage. He exchanged it for me no questions asked. He also gives a no questions asked 1 year waranty. I have never been so happy with a guitar purchase and I have played for about 15 years now and have bought over 10 guitars. The Tele copy I have plays just as well as the American Deluxe version I already have. If you want a good guitar, I highly recommend getting one from Mr. Potato. Check out his website.

    • #27624
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Keith uses a lot of open tunings. I wouldn’t trust tabs to much. I’d look for interviews and
      analyses in guitar mags.
      And in response to those who think that his playing "sucks" and is very easy to figure out, I’d
      suggest that they either have a simplistic understanding of their fretboard (a la "shredders
      rooool!" type attitudes) and have little sense of the significance of tasteful rhythm playing in
      the context of a group as a whole, or aren’t overly familiar with his music. Oh, and feel free to
      use a dictionary for any words you may not recognise.

    • #27619
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, all. I am going to purchase a volume pedal for my rig, and I would like opinions on different models, etc. What do you all use? Is the Ernie Ball one really the best? Does it sound just like manipulating the guitar’s volume knob? I want to back off a little during the verse, etc. and I am no good at manipulatiing my vol. knob while playing! lol Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

      Wayne-O

    • #27620
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My grandpa recently gave me an electric guitar, and an amp. The guitar is a 1967 Gibson SG, and I was wondering, if in mint condition, how much would it be worth. I am not going to sell it, but I was just wondering. I have looked at sites, and auctions, but I can’t find anything about it. And I don’t know of any places around where I live that I could take it to.

      Thanks

      • #88627
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am currently going through a divorce and own a few nice guitars. My wife is claiming that they go up in value. None of them have passed the 20 year age line. They are; 2000 PRS Custom 24 Artist Pak Taylor 814 CE Gibson Les Paul Standard 93 Parker Fly Delux 99 Ibanex Artist (76) pretty beat up All other guitars are in excellent condition. I don’t want to get stung with the full retail price. You know buy retail sell wholesale. Any ideas for valuations? Thanks, Russ

      • #88625
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am currently going through a divorce and own a few nice guitars. My wife is claiming that they go up in value. None of them have passed the 20 year age line. They are; 2000 PRS Custom 24 Artist Pak Taylor 814 CE Gibson Les Paul Standard 93 Parker Fly Delux 99 Ibanex Artist (76) pretty beat up All other guitars are in excellent condition. I don’t want to get stung with the full retail price. You know buy ratail sell wholesale. Any ideas for valuations? Thanks, Russ

    • #27621
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently purchased a 1979 Custom Balladeer. I wanted to ask other Ovation owners what brand and gauge of strings they use to get the best sound out of their guitar.

    • #27618
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Greg: thank you for your very prompt and forthright reply. I have been listening to and hanging on every note Keith Richards has played for a long time. This is the first I have heard that he sucks. He maybe easy for you but I need instruction. I am bright enough not to follow KR’s unspeakable fitness program as you
      caustically suggest. I repeat: is instruction in Keith
      Richards-style playing available?

    • #27617
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Strats will cover any style of music, although they may not be the best. Fuel plays a Les Paul (gibson) and a Fender Tele, which are actually quite interesting considering the style. If you like the strat but want the humbuckers, you can always replace the pickup or buy a fat strat, but I don’t think it’s really that big of a deal. If you’re going to go with a Les Paul, unless you can afford a gib, get an epiphone and replace the pickups with new ones, probably something by dimarzio. For a tele, leave it as is, the amp is where the adjustments should be made. I still think that a strat would be your best bet, however. They are very versatile. (American all the way)

    • #27615
      Anonymous
      Guest

      first of all, he sucks. His stuff is easy to figure out becuase he was so smacked out on coke when he wrote it all. Just look on harmony-central.com for some tabs, that should get you on your way. You may also want to get some crack if you want the real sound.

    • #27614
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I own a cutaway acoustic guitar made by a company called McPherson. It has two sound holes on either side (not "f holes" but placed in a similar position). It also has a sound hole at the bottom. It’s not an archtop jazz guitar but an acoustic flat top. I bought it from a friend a few years ago and I haven’t seen another one like it. Has anyone heard of these guitars?

      • #83766
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :I found your question while looking for a web page for McPherson Guitars. There is an advertisement for McPherson in Fingerstyle Guitar magazine. I just purchased the magazine last week, 9/5/01, so it should be the current issue. The magazine featured stories about Chet Atkins and he is on the cover. McPherson has now placed a single eliptical sound hole on the front surface toward the top of the guitar if your sitting and holding it. I don’t know anything else, but it mentioned a few pro artists that are playing one and it looked pretty sweet to me. I’m looking for more info!

      • #81745
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Their new design has only one sound hole.

      • #81737
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That is aroung a 1980 original McPherson Guitar. One of the pioneers in ofset soundholes. They are really good guitars. They recently perfected their guitars. http://www.McPhersonguitars.com

    • #27612
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m gonna be in a band soon, and i need to buy an electric guitar. we’re gonna sound like Fuel, Incubus, and Stone Temple Pilots (i dunno what genre they belong in). What guitar would be a good choice (00-00) for this? I like the strat, but i don’t know if the single coils are for that type of music.

    • #27611
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Thanks guys, I have tried both of your suggestions and now the guitar sounds incredibly balanced.
      Thanks again.

      : I just recently bought an archtop electric jazz guitar and have been able to get an excellent sound out of it. But certain notes are not as clear or loud as the others. I know my amp can handle all frequencies, so it must be the guitar. The bridge and pickups are adjustable. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
      : Thanks,
      : Ryan

    • #27610
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone who has wiring diagrams for ADA MP-1 Please reply to this. I am in need of them. Thanx Whoever may be able to help me with this problem.

    • #27609
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am a beginner. I seek instruction in playing as Keith richards. A web site in tablature would be very good.

    • #27608
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what is an AC?

      : ?

    • #27607
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ?

    • #27606
      Anonymous
      Guest

      oh yeah .. i love boss pedal

      : Do I need a flanger pedal or are there other ways to get that sound?

    • #27605
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i believe you’ll need a pedal

      : Do I need a flanger pedal or are there other ways to get that sound?

    • #27601
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a"B" bass with twin EMG pick-ups and a leaver that looks like it goes into the tailstock, What does it do and how do I use it?

      Thanks
      olddon
      [email protected]

    • #27600
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do I need a flanger pedal or are there other ways to get that sound?

    • #27598
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Check-out http://www.gusbootmusic.50megs.com – gear, reviews, lessons, links, and stuff

    • #27599
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Which is the best multi-effect now available?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Which is the best multi-effect now available?

    • #27596
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Sounds like that price (in Sterling, right?) might be for a Mexican built Fender Stratocaster,
      which would, in my opinion, be a very good guitar for a beginner. There are cheaper options, though.
      Fender make a reputable entry level guitar called the Squire Stratocaster, which you should be able
      to pick up for about half that price. What kind of guitar sound are you looking for? In Strat style you
      could look at Yamaha Pacificas — pretty good and pretty cheap. Obviously, they’re not going to be as
      good as a £1600 guitar, but for a beginner they’d be fine. Check out some Epiphone guitars in the
      Les Paul style. Have a look at some back issues of The Guitar Magazine — the revirews are great.
      Online, go to the guitar department of http://www.harmony-central.com.

    • #27597
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello,
      My name is Chris and I am thinking of buying an electronic
      guitar.
      I have three questions:

      1. What electric guitar would be ideal for beginners?

      2. How much would it cost?

      3. I went in to my local music store and was told a "Fender" guitar at
      a cost of £379 was the best guitar for beginners.
      Is this the best guitar for beginners?
      Is the price (£379) right for a "Fender guitar"?
      If not how much should 1 be and where can I get a cheaper 1 in the
      North West area?

      CHEERS FOR YOUR HELP!

    • #27595
      Anonymous
      Guest

      BOSS ME-30

      This popular thread has been given its own page : BOSS ME-30

    • #27594
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : any feedback on this pedal would be great. thinking about buying it and want to know the pros and cons.

      I have one and I love it. It gets pretty hairy, I think it has more of a Marshall-ish sound than a Boogie. I think one of the draw backs is that you can’t get the levels even for both channels. I use it for a high gain sound and I use a Fulldrive 2(which I also love) for more of a medium gain. I guess you might want to see if it matches up well with your amp.

    • #27592
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.I’ll try to explain it.With your right hand placed
      near the middle of the rythym pickup you should try to
      lightly brush the string with your thumb while hitting the string this will produce a harmonic/octave of the note you’re actually playing.Try not to dampen the string though.On a 22 fret guitar try to imagine where the 24th fret would be,there’s your harmonic!
      Good Luck

    • #27593
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone please explain how to perform a pinch harmonic or refer me to a site that can, thanks?

    • #27591
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #27589
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What site can I go to to down load and print some blank tabliture papers to write down some stuff on. You know blank music paper that sort of thing.

    • #27590
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone ever had a severely dislocated finger. I did a job on the middle finger of my lefy hand 2 months ago and the middle knuckle is still twice it’s normal size. I can play but it’s sill sore and stiff. Question: Will the swelling continue to lessen and the soreness decrease. If anyone has firsthand experience with this or knows of anyone who does, I’d sure appreciate hearing form you.
      Thanks much!

      • #80036
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to a doctor for Christ’s sake. Why ask us?

    • #27585
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : HOW DO YOU DROP TUNE THE GUITAR? TO A "D"
      If you go to http://www.taylorguitars.com and then go to tech sheets you will find an artical on alt. tunings drop D Double D etc…

    • #64982
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi..I am a beginning Guitar player. Was wondering if there is a sight Where one can get free sheet music for Acoustic Guitars. Other than CowPie. Thanks!!! Jan

    • #27581
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Ok, I am lugging 7-8 cables and effects, etc and I want a guitarist duffle bag to carry the stuff in… anyone make such a thing… thanks! monk
      SKB makes a pedal board, that you can arrange your pedals on with velcro,in any order you wish. It also has a nine volt power supply for up to six pedals,& comes with a padded bag. you said you have 7 or 8 effects ,so this might not be the right solution, unless your willing to dump a few .

    • #27582
      Anonymous
      Guest

      have you even tried looking for them? i doubt it. they are very easy to find. try searching olga. i know for a fact they have those tabs. stop being lazy and go out and do some research for your own.

    • #27583
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.I would check the chord structure and build my lead lines off of the arppegios of those chord tones.Chords dictate almost everything in music.If you aren’t changing the key with yuor chord progressions,run the scales in that key…slowly.
      Good Luck

    • #27580
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hmm.Certain strings have more harmonic response than others.Example,the B string is the loudest string on the guitar.The G and D strings have the lowest output.
      Your pickups should have screws(adjustable poles) on them.I would Lower the B string pole,and raise the D and G poles(screws).Also raise the high E pole just a tad.Remember the D and G strings need the most raising.That should do it.
      Good Luck

    • #27578
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I know about the discontinuement of them,and I can’t find one anywhere.I appreciate any help.

      • #88933
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I know about the discontinuement of them,and I can’t find one anywhere.I appreciate any help. ave you tryed dawsons music stores.

    • #27579
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Which is the best?
      Do they worth their weithg in money?
      Thanks for your time!

    • #27576
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi there !

      I am searching for japanese guitarists with access
      to the japanese magazine ‘YOUNG GUITAR’. I am
      interested in some specific articles.
      Mail me and lets find out what I can get you in
      return…

      -Mac Gaunaa
      [email protected]

    • #27577
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello ! Is there anyone there who can email me some Metallica
      tabs ?
      I want Nothing Else Matters, One, etc.

    • #27573
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Ive just got a guitar and learning, slowly… …Im haveing problems with like reaching the chords and, like playing them, my fingers like ache are they supposed to? Or is it me just being a wuss?
      Just keep playing until you have calusue on your finger tips and on your index finger then you will be able to play much easier. your finger tips will get hard as a rock and then every thing will be possible.

      : Any tips or suggestions would be greatful.. …Thanks

    • #27572
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Goya 12 String

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Goya 12 String

    • #27570
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : I have always wanted to see REAL blind tests on things like : Fender USA new active bass against the mexican version, Gibson std les Paul against an Epiphone with replacement Duncan pick-ups, etc etc.
      : Do You dare to check these things out ? – I’m sure few of us would read absolutely everything about it.

      After you buy a Epiphone and buy new upgrade pick ups you would have spent around the same amount of money as a Gibson Les Paul Stuido. That have the same pick ups as the Gibson Les Paul Standard or you could buy a used Les Paul Stuido for the price of a epihone

    • #27569
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HD-28 P

      This popular thread has been given its own page : HD-28 P

    • #27568
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, first of all this is the first time I have ever seen this page, it is super cool.
      Anyway I procured an Ibenaz ST-105 several years ago pretty cheap. I am looking to see
      how much I might be able to get for it today. I know noone cand see it but it is a tobacco
      sunburst and has two humbuckers. It is a hard tail and looks sort of like a gibson paul.
      Does anyone have a clue? Thanks, steve a

      • #95470
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I recently purchased a used electric guitar for my daughter, Kimberly. It is in exceptionally good condition, and we are curious as to what it’s price was new. It is an Ibanez, GSA20, and is black in color. Thanks!! Tom

        • #112871
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I have an EA-36N Washburn, Acoustic/electric with the Equis system; birdseye maple. I purchased it in 1995 and it is in perfect condition. What can I ask for it?

        • #106737
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I recently purchased a used electric guitar.It’s a blue and white kimberly guitar. It is in exceptionally good condition. My music teacher said that its from the late 60’s early 70’s. Can you please tell me more about this guitar… THANKS ROB

        • #103066
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I’m looking at a Takamine EP400S 12 string electric acoustic guitar used. What’s it worth? Thanks, Mark

      • #92299
        Anonymous
        Guest