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    • #49652
      Anonymous
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      I’m trying to rewire a 60’s? Guitar with built in effects. The guitar was put out by Sears. It’s a Les Paul copy made by Kay? The effects include – whirlwind, echo and wah wah – It also has a headphone jack. I’m looking for the schematics – can anybody help? Thanks.

      • #96727
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i purchased a similar guitar, if not the same model, from a local guitar store. do you have any info on the specs of the guitar and the time and place it came from? thanks

    • #49651
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how/when/why were wa-wa pedals invented?

    • #49649
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need some imformation on you about your guitar and how you invented it.and I need a picture of you and the guitar.thanks so much

    • #49650
      Anonymous
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      I’ve been trying to elinmate feedback back through my rig and nothing seems to work hears the deal my rig is a Crete gx90 half stack and I using a korg toneworks muti effect processor and for distortion I use a boss metal zone all cables are monster instrument cables from the guitar to the korg and from the korg to the amp it’s a monster speaker cable , but every time I turn on the distortion I get feedback is there a way to eliminate this !

      • #101416
        Anonymous
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        : : I’ve been trying to elinmate feedback back through my rig and nothing seems to work hears the deal my rig is a Crete gx90 half stack and I using a korg toneworks muti effect processor and for distortion I use a boss metal zone all cables are monster instrument cables from the guitar to the korg and from the korg to the amp it’s a monster speaker cable , but every time I turn on the distortion I get feedback is there a way to eliminate this !

        • #109901
          Anonymous
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          : : : : I’ve been trying to elinmate feedback back through my rig and nothing seems to work hears the deal my rig is a Crete gx90 half stack and I using a korg toneworks muti effect processor and for distortion I use a boss metal zone all cables are monster instrument cables from the guitar to the korg and from the korg to the amp it’s a monster speaker cable , but every time I turn on the distortion I get feedback is there a way to eliminate this !

      • #90785
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Probably,what’s happening is the volume of the Korg unit is too high.Also,at live volumes,your dist level may be too high.I Usually keep the dist. level at 8 or 9 O"clock. Good Luck

      • #90615
        Anonymous
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        try the noise reduction on your korg processor.put it to maximum and see if you still have that problem.boss pedal is doing that to you.the pedal creates that feedback and if you combine the distorsion with an effect from the processor then the sound flyes out of your guitar.so i suggest to use your noise reduction way up and see how it goes.or buy an noise suppressor for your boss!

    • #49648
      Anonymous
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      i’m new to the floyd rose, and shall be acquiring an instrument with one within a few days. naturally i need to know how to use it properly and there is a narking question i have before venturing to use it. the question is, way back in the 60’s (i’m an old guy) when i had my first fender strat, they used to have slots for the strings on the machines instead of holes. there was, however, a hole drilled dead center on the machine shaft end, so you had to cut the extra length off the string first, dip it into the hole and then around the slot, and finally wind it around the axle of the machine. i’m sure you know about these. after ruining 2 or 3 sets of strings (!!) i finally realized that clipping the end off causing the winding of the string to unwind, thus causing the wound strings to completely lose their sound and zing, and become completely dead as per an old, worn-out used string. i solved that by putting a right-angle bend in the string first with my pliers before clipping it (or not clipping it at all). the question therefore is: with the locking floyd rose trem, it’s recommended to clip the ball off the string first before fitting it. how come this doesn’t cause the winding to loosen and ruin the string as per my early experiences? or does it? (i don’t see anywhere where it’s warned to fit the string into the trem’s "vise" first and then clip the ball off afterwards, if indeed it is at all possible to do so; it’s always advised to clip the ball off first). can anyone kindly help?

    • #49646
      Anonymous
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      Do I plug two speaker cables into the back of the head to the cab? There are two separate L and R jacks in the back of the head and the two jacks on the back of the cabinet are labeled L and R. Thanks!

      • #83940
        Anonymous
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        : Do I plug two speaker cables into the back of the head to the cab? : There are two separate L and R jacks in the back of the head and the two jacks on the back of the cabinet are labeled L and R. : Thanks! Yes, actually there are 4 speaker jacks on the amp. 2 left and 2 right. You can run up to 4 cab’s if you wanna. This was probably answered a long time ago.

      • #90629
        Anonymous
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        my guess is that your amp has a stereo chorus effect built in, L and R would obviuosly give you the stereo effect, i would plug them both in, i think that is a transistor amp too so its not that much of an issue with an impedence mismatch. Lee

    • #49645
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know the Guitar tabulatures for ‘If you cant stand the heat’ ive been peicing it together in my house all over the weekend and I cant get the final chords quite right. Ive read in other fizz forums that they mainly relied on a standard open G in the verse and followed that into an open B with a slight streak of F. I havnt quite been able to replicate ‘that sound’ though through my advanced eletrical computer equipment in my den where I keep my Rats. Someone please help me or just supply me with Nichola Martin’s address (shes the one who produced them in the height of their Eurovision fame and worked on their heavier titles). Thanx in advance 🙂

    • #49644
      Anonymous
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      I have a Martin D 12-20, serial #295215. Obviously a 12 string. It is something I will never get rid of, because It belonged to my father, not to mention I’m not an idiot. According to the serial number, It was made in 1972. I verified this via Martin’s web site. I could not, however, get any other info on this particular model. I’m just curious about it’s unique headstock design and what it was worth then and now. Any info is appreciated.

    • #49643
      Anonymous
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      Hi, Is there any Indian in London there who teaches basic guitar with a focus on playing indian lessons? If so, please mail me back on [email protected]. Thanks.

    • #49642
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Album: "Changed My Life" Goldtop Les Paul, Peter Green jam friend…. Who has how to for those tones. Bloomfield for clean as a start. I will remove my ears with sawzall, feel betrayed but lucky to appreciate such TONES.

      • #90632
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeah right, didnt peter green use a reverse polarity wiring on his bridge pickup? mistake by his guitar repairing, wired the thing up the wrong way round, changed peoples lives forever!

        • #91359
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : yeah right, didnt peter green use a reverse polarity wiring on his bridge pickup? mistake by his guitar repairing, wired the thing up the wrong way round, changed peoples lives forever! Actually dude it was no mistake Peter just put the pickup in the other way round, and he meant to do it its really that simple!

    • #49640
      Anonymous
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      I HAVE A SOLID STATE CRATE 160W COMBO(1-12) HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE INPUT JACKS WERE CRACKLING. RESOLDERD THE INPUT JACKS AND NOW AFTER ABOUT 5 MIN. THE AMP STARTS TO FADE IN AND OUT. AS IF THE PREAMP IS LOOSING JUCIE. I DID NOTICE THAT THE TRANSFORMER WIRES HAD BRITTLE FLAKING INSULATION. HAVENT TRIED LINE IN YET BUT IF ANYONE KNOWS SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL EMAIL ME PLEASE:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

      • #90610
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I HAVE A SOLID STATE CRATE 160W COMBO(1-12) : HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE INPUT JACKS WERE CRACKLING.AND CUTTING IN AND OUT : RESOLDERD THE INPUT JACKS AND NOW AFTER ABOUT 5 MIN. : THE AMP STARTS TO FADE IN AND OUT. AS IF THE PREAMP IS LOOSING JUCIE. I DID NOTICE THAT THE TRANSFORMER WIRES : HAD BRITTLE FLAKING INSULATION. HAVENT TRIED LINE IN YET BUT IF ANYONE KNOWS SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL : EMAIL ME PLEASE:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    • #49641
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know the guitar tabs for any Fallout boy songs?

    • #49637
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just picked up a great buy in a new Washburn D9C. Anyone else have any comments on this model? Cheers, Larry

    • #49638
      Anonymous
      Guest

      trying to find a good 2210. If anyone out there wants to sell one get hold of me A.S.A.P. I’m going buy one soon.

      • #91479
        Anonymous
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        : trying to find a good 2210. If anyone out there wants to sell one get hold of me A.S.A.P. : I’m going buy one soon. And you will spend how much>>??? Pickup in Ohio???

    • #49634
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      This popular thread has been given its own page : guitarras MORGAN

    • #49633
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been playing guitar for about 30 years and I’ve always wanted a Marshall. A friend of mine suggest that I find an old 2210, but I’m a little concerned that I won’t be able to turn it up in my basement without tearing my ears off. I thought that the 2205 might be a better decision. I just need a little help.

    • #49635
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to down load free hindi songs

      • #84066
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to down load free hindi songs of murder

      • #116029
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to down load free hindi songs from murder

      • #94041
        Anonymous
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        : i want to down load free hindi songs

        • #115972
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i want to down load free hindi songs Well friends. i m an indian and like only indian hindi music

      • #93890
        Anonymous
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        : i want to down load free indian(hindi) songs as well as pakistani songs

      • #93772
        Anonymous
        Guest

        We want to download songs from film MURDER

        • #111085
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : I want to download songs from film MURDER

      • #93473
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to down load OLD HINDI FILM SONGS

      • #93315
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i am in a hurry to download free hindi songs help me asap

      • #93167
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to down load free hindi songs music in midi format

      • #92107
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to down load free hindi songs

        • #93006
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i want to down load latest free hindi songs

          • #94197
            Anonymous
            Guest

            i want the songs of film maqbul starrer tabu and irfan

    • #49636
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How to tell if solid top

      This popular thread has been given its own page : How to tell if solid top

    • #49629
      Anonymous
      Guest

      trying to find out what the worth of this instrument would be…. the model number is (5990) and the serial number is ( 4173) Gretsch dorado

      • #93470
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I Have a DORADO by GRETSCH,serial#5969,and I was just curious as to the value of it .

      • #91481
        Anonymous
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        : : trying to find out what the worth of this instrument would be…. the model number is : (5990) and the serial number is ( 4173) : Gretsch dorado Send me a pic if u can – might offer cash / has orig case???

        • #93479
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : : : trying to find out what the worth of this instrument would be…. the model number is : : (5990) and the serial number is ( 4173) : : Gretsch dorado : Send me a pic if u can – might offer cash / has orig case??? my dad has a model 70 classical gretsch dorado guitar that wasn’t worth more than $100

    • #49630
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Gibson Dove with the label in the sound hole missing and the number 503200 stamped on the back headstock. Does anyone have a production date for this guitar?

      • #90602
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Looks like a 1974/75. so long as the s/no is stamped on the back of the headstock and not transfered on. lee

    • #49631
      Anonymous
      Guest

      LOOKING FOR A VICENTE TATAY THOMAS GUIYAR.. PLZ… EMAIL ME.

    • #49627
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Guild guitar Model: F47nt Serial# 52586. I believe it was manufactored in 1971. Can someone please give me ballpark figure of what it is worth.

      • #91477
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am playing a Guild Starfire 12 string electric,sunburst,serial No.DC490,circa 1966?? Great action,all original,four kids ‘n angry ex to support..what would i get for it?

    • #49626
      Anonymous
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      This is my first time restringing my Fender Strat. I can’t get the string to come out at the back of the guitar. Any ideas how I could get the strings to come out would be great. Thank you.

      • #90622
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you poke them through the back of the guitar then pull the string through and take it up to the machine head. i think you are trying to push the string through ball end first. lee.

    • #49625
      Anonymous
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      ive been playing since i was 7 and giging since i was 14. im 33 and looking for a rock band in ireland. likes= all rock and metal.

      • #115906
        Anonymous
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        http://csharp.now.nu free advertisements for any upcoming band, be heard, get C-Sharp!

    • #49623
      Anonymous
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      Anyone have any idea the value of the above ref. guitar?

    • #49624
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey i have a jackson and i cant put on my guitar strings can any one give me some details i would gladly appriciate it thank you

    • #49621
      Anonymous
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      I’m lookin for band members in the Virgina Norfolk / Virginia Beach area. Musical interests are Metallica, Korn, Pantera, Staind and anything else that will start a mosh pit. My rig consists of a Marshall JCM2000 TSL100 w/ 1960A 300 watt cabinet (upgrading to another cab soon), Digitech RP100 (upgrading to the GNX3 soon as well), and an Ibanez 7321 7-String. E-mail me if interested. Thanks!!

    • #49620
      Anonymous
      Guest

      …wondering if anybody out there knows if Gibson ever produced left hand versions of their L6s? I need to have one!

      • #102573
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : …wondering if anybody out there knows if Gibson ever produced left hand versions of their L6s? : I need to have one! Never have ran accross one, makes me glad to be right handed at the moment.

    • #49617
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My cousin is a decent guitarist looking for some inspiration He heard there are boxes you can plug your guitar into under 400$ that can make you sound like your using the same wah and other effects down to the amplifier used by such guitar legends as Hendrix Santana etc Is this true or just hype? He has the skills but not the sound Any suggestions ?Ps He prefers the warm analog sounds to digital bleeps He has a good amplifier but cant afford to buy or maintain a tube amp thats why he’s looking for a box

      • #90484
        Anonymous
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        if you want to play through headphones you can try a pandora px4, made by korg, i think you could get this for under $200, it is absolutly fantastic, you have to play one to beleive how good they are look at the korg website to see the features, if you want an easy to use good quality multiFX to use through an amp then try the new Boss ME50. you should get one of those for around $300. Lee.

    • #49614
      Anonymous
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      I have an Epiphone Guitar model FT 145 Texan serial number 844102 in excellent condition and I was wondering what the value of it is.

    • #49613
      Anonymous
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      I have an Epiphone FT 145 Texan in excelent condition and was wondering what the value of it is.

    • #49610
      Anonymous
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      Could someone please help me determine the value of a Daion 82 acoustic guitar … s/n: 829484 D … big body – red sunburst top … thank you

      • #94363
        Anonymous
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        : Could someone please help me determine the value of a Daion 82 acoustic guitar … s/n: 829484 D … big body – red sunburst top … thank you Have an ’80 dreadnought (cedar? top) which I bought for $230 AU about 3 years ago

    • #49611
      Anonymous
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      Would anyone be interested in a Taylor 420? Price $900

    • #49612
      Anonymous
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      Has anyone out there got a Zoom 505 effects pedal?? If so, could you help me out? I was wondering whether you can programme the pedal so that you can jump between two effects on completely different patches with just one push of the pedal. Any ideas?

      • #90466
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sent you a manual on your e-mail. Lee

    • #49607
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Busco con urgencia la partitura para piano y voz de la milonga o tango "se dice de mi", popularizada por Tita Merello y más tarde por la serie "Betty la fea".Muchas gracias.

    • #49606
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey its me again…ok does anyone know the formulas for how the sound is produced in hte amp?? please reply

    • #49604
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just getting back into guitar playing as a hobby after many years away from it. There are so many electric makes now that I’m totally confused. What would you guys suggest to start with. Lower end of price range preferred

      • #91332
        Anonymous
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        : Just getting back into guitar playing as a hobby after many years away from it. There are so many electric makes now that I’m totally confused. What would you guys suggest to start with. Lower end of price range preferred Hi Turk The standard of guitars has probably risen so much since you last played, most stuff nowadays is fairly good. If you could get hold of an older Squire Strat. A Korean made one would be the best. As the newer Chinese ones are really cheap and nasty. Your lookin for something maybe three to four years old. Some of ’em are nearly as good as the real thing. All the best with your search

    • #49603
      Anonymous
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      Hello My name is Christian Vidal, I’m a guitarist. I’d like to send some of my recordings to Mike Varney, I’d be very greatefull if you send me his adress. My regards, thank you. Christian Vidal http://www.christianvidal.com.ar

    • #49602
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what is the origin or the date and where was the electric guitar invented

      • #90787
        Anonymous
        Guest

        When was the guitar ever created and what is the origin of the guitar???

        • #91514
          Anonymous
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          : When was the guitar ever created and what is the origin of the guitar???

          • #93757
            Anonymous
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            : : When was the bass guitar ever created and what is the origin of the bass guitar???

            • #110357
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : : : When was the bass guitar ever created and what is the origin of the bass guitar??? Strings are the same as the double bass classical instrument, evolved from there

    • #49600
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was wondering why my amp causes feedback sometimes, i want to know how it occurs so maybe i can play around with it

      • #90758
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The sound from the amp is being picked up by your pickups, thats what causes it. To remedy it without having to turn down your amp, try standing farther away and not facing it. Also mess with the eq alittle and your pickup placement.

        • #93171
          Anonymous
          Guest

          :hey, thanks for the answer, it helped me out alot, um…. i got another one though. How do i play with feedback?

    • #49601
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The amazing guitarist Armik needs to record at least one CD with nothing but solo guitar. The midi keyboard stuff being used is far below talent level. On his latest recording track 11, a solo guitar piece is outstanding. Does anyone know what type of mic is being used. the acoustic sound is outstanding!

      • #90465
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : The amazing guitarist Armik needs to record at least one CD with nothing but solo guitar<a href=’http://www.russian-lolitas.biz/’&gt;.</a> The midi keyboard stuff being used is far below talent level. On his latest recording track 11, a solo guitar piece is outstanding. Does anyone know what type of mic is being used. the acoustic sound is outstanding!

    • #49597
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought the gibson sg strandard ebony,its in great shape but the lower humbucker by the bridge sticks out like literally and inch and a half and the othe one is only about half an inch. is it supposed to be like this?? if not how do i lower it. please help!

      • #90321
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Relax, its supposed to be like that, has to do with the tilt of the neck onto the body, les pauls are similar, oh and congratulations on buying the best guitar in the world, it truely rocks. Lee

        • #90762
          Anonymous
          Guest

          no the best guitar in the world is my 99 gibson les paul deluxe 30th a. ebony

          • #115619
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : no the best guitar in the world is my 99 gibson sg ebony but nice try

        • #115568
          Anonymous
          Guest

          k sweet man thanks buz it really didnt look right to me haha

    • #49598
      Anonymous
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      Need a clue, I’m to old for this (smile)

    • #49594
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anybody know where to fix or get a basse whammy bar system. I broke mine. I cant find any reference to the bar from kahler or anybody else. If anyone has or knows where a double whammy bar system is to be found for basse guitar,please, let me know. Thanks. [email protected]

      • #90318
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anybody know where to fix or get a basse whammy bar system. I broke mine. I cant find any reference to the bar from kahler or anybody else. If anyone knows someone who can fix it or knows where a double whammy bar system is to be found for basse guitar,please, let me know. : Thanks. : [email protected]

    • #49593
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Need so orginal parts for my Joe Maphis Model one Mosrite. An original case, vibrato bar and spring. Thank You very much, Mike

    • #49592
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has enybody got the plans for wiring up a squier stratif so will you mail the pics to me [email protected]

    • #49590
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know the factory where the TW 1000 N acoustic is made . I need an original compensated saddle.

      • #90930
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone know the factory where the TW 1000 N acoustic is made . I need an original compensated saddle.

        • #115623
          Anonymous
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          : : Does anyone know the factory where the TW 1000 N acoustic is made . I need an original compensated saddle.=====I OWN TANGLEWOOD CUSTOM ELECTTIC.I BELIEVE YOURS CAME FROM THE SAME PLACE AS MINE."HOUSTON TEXAS" @ METROPOLITAN GUITARS.CALL-1-713-957-0470,I BELIEVE YOU WILL GET YOUR NEEDED INFO.

    • #49591
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a les paul and a strat. what hight should i set the action.

    • #49589
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a kent double cutaway hollowbody.single pickup bridge position.wondering if anybody has any info.it’s a mystery! help

    • #49588
      Anonymous
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      I am looking for information about where I could sell a brand new Wes Montgomery L5 Custom , and the Gibson Goldtone Amp? Any suggestions?

    • #49587
      Anonymous
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      i am a collector of jackson and/or charvel 24 fret neck thrus. got one? contact me, make sure you take some closeups. really prefer kahler bridges & active systems: [email protected]

    • #49586
      Anonymous
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      I have a Alvarez acoustic cut away built approximately in 1985 what is it worth in great condition?

    • #49585
      Anonymous
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      made in japan. crafted in japan. whats the difference? HELP?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : made in japan. crafted in japan. whats the difference? HELP?

    • #49584
      Anonymous
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      I have a 1964 Precision Bass, and a TD355 Gibson Sterio, BB King Model. Finally retired from Playing. Need to sell. THX

    • #49582
      Anonymous
      Guest

      When he died my father lrft me a Martin OM-18. The serial number checks out to 1930. The condition appears to be good, with a minor bruise in the side and some crazing in the top. Can anyone estimate the value if the instrument?

      • #93901
        Anonymous
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        : When he died my father lrft me a Martin OM-18. The serial number checks out to 1930. The condition appears to be good, with a minor bruise in the side and some crazing in the top. Can anyone estimate the value if the instrument? Please contact me. I am not a dealer, I can give you my thoughts, and am interested in your guitar.

    • #49581
      Anonymous
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      Who is Robert F. Flemming Jr., and where can I get a picture of the guitar that he patened in 1886. I believe the patent number is 338,772. Does anyone know anything about this man?

    • #49579
      Anonymous
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      Hello I want to sell my LP-Recording – Seriell No. 177797, the guitar is in good original condition ! If you are interested, please sent me your email. Gottfried Hofmann Lindacher Str. 82 D 84489 Burghausen – Germany

    • #49580
      Anonymous
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      should I play my big muff pedal through a clean or distorted channel on my amp? any suggestive settings for the pedal itself?

    • #49578
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Found the guitar I learned on in the attic. SS Stewart – Model 2008, ser# 9631 Arch-top. Looking for info …..

      • #90170
        Anonymous
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        : Found the guitar I learned on in the attic. : SS Stewart – Model 2008, ser# 9631 Arch-top. : Looking for info ….. The SS Steward was bought out by Harmony… Harmony continued to make guitars under the name for years. Look at my Harmony site and see if you can find the model you have… It will give you a start. http://www.comparethevalue.com

    • #49576
      Anonymous
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      im looking for info about a 1974 concert 1A gold medal series garcia guitar ITS IN GOOD CONDITION HAS CASE TOO THANKS

    • #49577
      Anonymous
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      Why does the OD channel of my amp has a bad sound? It’s different from the other distortions. I heard a fender 30W distortion and it sounds better? What is the difference?

      • #90468
        Anonymous
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        I have the head version of the AVT50. Mine sounds fine. I owned a Fender Roc Pro before it and several other heads and for the price this one definately delivers the best sound/value all around. You might try replacing the pre-amp tube. My roc pro sounded like crap till I replaced it then it was much better afterwards.

        • #90611
          Anonymous
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          What could be the price for the pre-amp tube?

    • #49575
      Anonymous
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      Ibought my guitar at a small music store in San Bernardino,Ca. in 1981.The haruo is one of the best sounding easiest playing guitars I!ve ever played.It has a presence on or off stage,large,or small room. Chords have a resonance that sustains well while individual notes have clarity with good tonal quality through low and high ranges.I have played and enjoyed my guitar for 23 years,I will until I can!t play any more.

    • #49574
      Anonymous
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      It has a serial number underneath the headstock at the back of the neck "C700368". It is a one piece and it has a Kahler locking tremelo.It also has an active pickup on the bridge. Can anyone tell me about this guitar

      • #90309
        Anonymous
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        Ask your question (and submit photos) to the Jackson / Charvel Forum online. They’ll sort you out. http://www.jcfonline.com/

    • #49572
      Anonymous
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      K022479. does anyone know what information is related to this serial number? i know that it is a japanese fender strat. plz help. is there a website that i can check out to get info, or if someone knows something about this guitar plz inform me. cheers mate.

      • #89996
        Anonymous
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        : K022479. this is a 1990/1991 model made in Japan like you say. anyone else out there looking to date a fender go to: http://www.rexc.com/services/datingfender.htm seems to have a pretty comprehensive database.

        • #92674
          Anonymous
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          : : K022479. this is a 1990/1991 model made in Japan like you say. : anyone else out there looking to date a fender go to: : http://www.rexc.com/services/datingfender.htm : seems to have a pretty comprehensive database.

        • #90338
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Or check Fender’s own tech support site – Mr Gearhead – http://www.mrgearhead.com. Click on the "Fender" button on the left and then select the FAQ at the top. Serial info for Fenders made in the US and Japan.

    • #49573
      Anonymous
      Guest

      … looking for other musicians to fellowship with. Southern Vermont, Berkshires and Albany area are OK. Like to play diverse music.

    • #49570
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lookin’ for a Charvell, Charvell,is an ofspring of Jackson,Ah gee,I forget the other one! Anyways,anyone who knows what i’m talking about,YOU know who you are,E-mail me!!!

    • #49569
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anybody got the ‘78,79,80’s model "the Strat"mine is heavier than a Les Paul,but the baby really cuts throught the mix with a switching system that gets Gibson,Tele,and of course strat tones.I love it; any info out there,how bout that weight.Plus I glued the neck in and doubled the sustain.

      • #90005
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my friend had a real heavy strat made of poplar wood, probably the same stuff, loads of sustain, real nice guitar.

    • #49567
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello! I bought a Samick classical guitar at an antique store and am wondering if anyone could tell me how old it is, or anything about it. It’s a model # LC-C09, and the serial # is 9703002625. It’s in great shape, so I don’t think it’s too old, but if anyone could give me any info about it, I would really appreciate it! Thanks!

      • #90459
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my guitar`s model is samick LC45 ( classical ) i need some information a bout my classical guitar

        • #115832
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : my guitar`s model is samick eg50(electric) : i need some information a bout my classical guitar

        • #92726
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : I am very interested in the Samick Royale RL3 guitar and would like to play one before seriously considering a purchase. I live in Dallas, TX – is there a dealer or someplace close by that would have one available to play ?

    • #49568
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a marshall head "Artiste" but i don’t know what year make it is and was wondering if anyone can help. It’s dual input[front/back] contols include prescence rev bass treb vol on one side and bass treb vol on the other. The only other info which might be helpfull is the serial number 1187F. If anyone could help with a price range or know of a site where it would be listed it would be greatly appreciated. Cheers from OZ.

    • #49566
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what exactly is fret buzz because i think i have a case of it…i have a fender telecaster and my "g" string…haha…is making like a high pitched tinkling sound…almost like its banging against the frets..im not possitive whats causing it…anyone have any ideas?

      • #115566
        Anonymous
        Guest

        since you have a "TELE" . You should be able to adjust the single "string tree" on the bridge using an allen wrench(hex shaped)to lift or lower your "G" string Or you can stick to briefs……hahaha ask ?s if any L8R

    • #49565
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lightining struck and the head does not come on. is it fried?

    • #49562
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Many of us often waste time on the internet surfing through useless websites. But many of us overlook the fact that it leads to a waste of our valuable time and our hard earned money. What would u do if someone told u that u could use the time on internet to earn useful money to add to your monthly income .some amount of extra money always comes in handy doesn’t it. Earn additional Rs.15, 000-20,000/- per month by using your Home, computer or office PC or cyber café for 1-2 hours/day. No marketing .No MLM. So hurry up and put your Computer to use. The basic qualification for the job is that u know the basic skills of computer usage like copying and pasting. It can be done by anyone irrespective of caste, creed, race or religion. It provides uniform opportunity to talented persons. You will be typing or copying/pasting ads into a variety of ad sites, job forums, discussion groups etc. You are paid per response, not for selling anything. You are not required to do anything other than type/copy/paste the pre-created ads in the places we direct as well as places that you may be familiar with or find through your own searching. We will demonstrate, teach and encourage you, but the effort and commitment must come from you. You can achieve your dreams and goals. Now is the best time to get started! For more info email us with subject ‘NEED FOR INFORMATION’ at: [email protected]

      • #90008
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Many of us often waste time on the internet surfing through useless websites. But many of us overlook the fact that it leads to a waste of our valuable time and our hard earned money. What would u do if someone told u that u could use the time on internet to earn useful money to add to your monthly income .some amount of extra money always comes in handy doesn’t it. : Earn additional Rs.15, 000-20,000/- per month by using your Home, computer or office PC or cyber café for 1-2 hours/day. No marketing .No MLM. So hurry up and put your Computer to use. The basic qualification for the job is that u know the basic skills of computer usage like copying and pasting. It can be done by anyone irrespective of caste, creed, race or religion. It provides uniform opportunity to talented persons. You will be typing or copying/pasting ads into a variety of ad sites, job forums, discussion groups etc. You are paid per response, not for selling anything. You are not required to do anything other than type/copy/paste the pre-created ads in the places we direct as well as places that you may be familiar with or find through your own searching. : We will demonstrate, teach and encourage you, but the effort and commitment must come from you. You can achieve your dreams and goals. Now is the best time to get started! For more info email us with subject ‘NEED FOR INFORMATION’ at: : [email protected] Keep your spam for somewhere else… This is a guitar forum…

    • #49564
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i just want to know how to fix the action on my guitars i have a les paul and a strat. i used to get them serviced in the shop but its to exspensive

      • #90335
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check out BUZZKILL above and maybe that will help out It takes a few times to adjust but you can customize your action to your likings. You either want it high or low "OR" right inbetween.It does matter…You’ll see

    • #49563
      Anonymous
      Guest

      univox serial number

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    • #49559
      Anonymous
      Guest

      SS Stewart Guitar

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    • #49561
      Anonymous
      Guest

      In a medium price range, which do you think is a better value. Thanks.

    • #49560
      Anonymous
      Guest

      columbus guitars???

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    • #49558
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need to find out whats the best way to stop a floyd from being able to pull up.. i just want to dive bomb… but I have tried putting a shim where the tremolo block is but it acts like a fulcrum and tries to take the entire tremolo off the posts….. need some input…. I could put a block under the string tension screws but I dont like that idea… whats the best way?

      • #115766
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What I have done in the past is to use 2 fat flathead wood screws. Screw them in apart from each other so that the square steel flat part lays up against the flats of the heads. The screws should run parallel to the springs. This way is good because you can turn the screws in and out just enough to set it the way you want it. Hope this helps. Let me know how you make out.

      • #115758
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need to find out whats the best way to stop a floyd from being able to pull up.. i just want to dive bomb… but I have tried putting a shim where the tremolo block is but it acts like a fulcrum and tries to take the entire tremolo off the posts….. need some input…. I could put a block under the string tension screws but I dont like that idea… whats the best way? What I have done in the past is to use 2 fat flathead wood screws. Screw them in apart from each other so that the square steel flat part lays up against the flats of the heads. The screws should run parallel to the springs. This way is good because you can turn the screws in and out just enough to set it the way you want it. Hope this helps. Let me know how you make out.

    • #49557
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ***BEAUTIFUL NEW RGT2020 FOR SALE***

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    • #49555
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a bridge for a harmony stratatone guitar mine is a 1961 model thanks Chopper

      • #90015
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am looking for a bridge for a harmony stratatone guitar mine is a 1961 model thanks Chopper Hey Chopper, Good luck… Harmony used a seperate bridge for the stratotones. If you can find one, it will be about $75… Go to my Harmony site and email me because I have one that will work but it’s not org…. http://www.comparethevalue.com

    • #49556
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Nickelback’s electric guitar is the type i want but i can seem to find out what its called does anyone know what type it is and the average price for one. Cheers

      • #90475
        Anonymous
        Guest

        can some1 explain how to change a guitar string (electric)

      • #90339
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i think they use PRS, go to : http://www.prsguitars.com/showcase/showcase.html try and match the model he plays, ive seen him play single cut and double cutaways, not sure on the model, but those guitars start at around $3000 they do a korean model too, at around $800. Lee

        • #115846
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I resently bought a PRS copy. I haveon many had difficulty keeping the guitar in tune while playing. It just drops every time I strike a chord.Have you any suggestions.

    • #49552
      Anonymous
      Guest

      gibson c1 classic

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    • #49553
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my friend recently acquired an old kay acoustic. the kay site gives no info and most of their links the same. It has the kay K symbol in a circle in metal on the top of the neck and in the soundhole N 6 is stamped. anyone have any info about this or anywhere to find it? all help greatly appreciated.

      • #92326
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : my friend recently acquired an old kay acoustic. the kay site gives no info and most of their links the same. It has the kay "KAY" symbol in a Triangle in metal on the top of the neck and in the soundhole N 6 is stamped. anyone have any info about this or anywhere to find it? all help greatly appreciated.

    • #49551
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a guild a-50(1959 ???) #7030 just wondering if its worth keeping.

      • #96513
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i have a guild a-50(1959 ???) #7030 just wondering if its worth keeping. It depends on the condition, of course, but according to the Orion Blue book 1999 edition, any where from 500.00 – 1000.00. It may have went up or down in value since then, depending on collectors. Hope this helps some…

    • #49550
      Anonymous
      Guest

      found a free cool lick of the week video mark

    • #49548
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for 6 channel strips for a Tascam M-15B Mixer. If anyone out there knows where I might find these, please email me info…. Thank You so much… Peace, Al

      • #93098
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey, I can’t help you right now, but I have the opportunity to buy 2 of these mixers for my studio! I ‘m gonna record through motu to computer for a while. I still wonder how good this mixer is, I use to record drums/bass/guitars live, or rerecorded, mostly rock to harder stuff… Can guide me ?

    • #49547
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1957 31 inch original Cortez electric guitar. I know it’s very rare, but I haven’t been able to estimate a value for insurance and/or sale purposes…anyone have any numbers for me? Thanks..George

      • #91509
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a 1957 31 inch original Cortez electric guitar. I know it’s very rare, but I haven’t been able to estimate a value for insurance and/or sale purposes…anyone have any numbers for me? Thanks..George Made by Toyogaki??? I think…anyway – NOt that rare or collectable – sorry mate -never seen a cortez go beyond $500.00 – is your model blue??? Are you that guy from Cleveland on Ebay who should know that you include many item descriptions with a listing? LOL you’ll learn the more you list. Good luck – if u don’t sell – email me…

    • #49549
      Anonymous
      Guest

      11th, 12th, and 13th fret sound the same

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    • #49543
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wanted Schaller 4 string Bass Guitar parts; jazz pick-ups, bridges and machine heads or tuners. Send pictures to [email protected]

    • #49545
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently seen a band that in between songs the guy stepped on a large processor and it created different sounds(even movie quotes) through his amp. I want one of these things, any suggestions

    • #49546
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking for an effects pedal that has a synth/computerized sound to it. Any info. would be greatly appreciated.

      • #90332
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i think you had best look at Electro-Harmonix , they do loads of pedals of the type you discribed. Lee.

    • #49544
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have an early 70’s fender twin reverb in awesome condition. does anyone know the approx value?

    • #49542
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can you please email me the guitar piece of the song Because of you by Keith Martin. Thanks a lot.

      • #92692
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can you please email me the guitar piece ( cords & lyrics) of the song Because of you by Keith Martin. : Thanks a lot. please email it to me asap.

      • #92492
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can you please email me the guitar piece of the song because of you by keith martin as soon as possible…….. thanks alot

      • #91644
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can you please email me the guitar piece of the song Because of you by Keith Martin. : Thanks a lot.

        • #93749
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Can you please email me the guitar piece of the song Because of you by Keith Martin. its a really nice song.. and if u can post a free download of the song.. of even just a portion of it.. i hope that you would put more bread songs… cuz my and my friends love chilling out and just playing tunes with my guitar… thankz a lot. : : Thanks a lot.

    • #49541
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much is a used American Metal pedal from DOD worth? (bout 8 years old)

    • #49540
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1975 Marshall JTM45 50 watt lead head (no master volume) with 2 4×12 cabs that I want to sell for a smaller Marshall combo. It still has the original tubes and sounds/looks great. Is anyone knowledgeable enough to give me an approximation of it’s worth?

      • #90469
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sure. about 50 bucks. ill take it off you hands. just kidding. check ebay and see what theyre going for,final price. depending on the cabs anywhere from 1000.00 – 1700.00 plus shipping. if the ehad was an earlier model from the 60’s then youre talking thousands for the head alone! : I have a 1975 Marshall JTM45 50 watt lead head (no master volume) with 2 4×12 cabs that I want to sell for a smaller Marshall combo. It still has the original tubes and sounds/looks great. Is anyone knowledgeable enough to give me an approximation of it’s worth?

        • #115565
          Anonymous
          Guest

          if youre interested in selling all or part call me 212 923-2716 : sure. about 50 bucks. ill take it off you hands. : just kidding. check ebay and see what theyre going for,final price. depending on the cabs anywhere from 1000.00 – 1700.00 plus shipping. if the ehad was an earlier model from the 60’s then youre talking thousands for the head alone! : : I have a 1975 Marshall JTM45 50 watt lead head (no master volume) with 2 4×12 cabs that I want to sell for a smaller Marshall combo. It still has the original tubes and sounds/looks great. Is anyone knowledgeable enough to give me an approximation of it’s worth?

    • #49539
      Anonymous
      Guest

      me and my friend have guitars and we have been writing a song and were should we go to start a band. if you could help my email me at: [email protected]

      • #92097
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : me and my friend have guitars and we have been writing a song and we want to start a band. : if you could help my email me at:[email protected]

      • #91352
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ive been playing guitar for five years and i want to get in a band or start one so drop me one later at: Dctalk404

    • #49538
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently bought the zack wylde set for my esp guitar. But the schematics are hard to understand. I only have 1 volume knob and two tone knobs. The schematics that came with it were not compatible with what I have. Does anyone have the schematics to install these? if you do, can you e-mail them to me. thanks

      • #92356
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I recently bought the zack wylde set for my esp guitar. But the schematics are hard to understand. I only have 1 volume knob and two tone knobs. The schematics that came with it were not compatible with what I have. Does anyone have the schematics to install these? if you do, can you e-mail them to me. thanks Hi, just use the other tone pod as volume, easiest way to do it (both volumes are independent, and that 1 tone controls both). Who uses tone from the guitar anyway :). Just surf to EMG’s webpage and locate ZW set and you’ll get the schematics from there.

    • #49536
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Charvel Custom paint 6 string Guitar serial #347904. I would like to know the used value of this guitar, rating excellent condition.

    • #49537
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Iberia Model by Kent #4699

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    • #49534
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a yamaha pacifica 621 with a trs 101 licensed floyd rose…i have no clu about the tecnical specifications of the two… just cant find it on the net…need it urgently cauze my base plate (knife edges) are totally worn and i need to replace it or get a new bridge alltogether…also i need to know which other models(newer n cooler) will fit without making any modifications for instalation. im lost!!!

    • #49535
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi!anyone know if the humanizer and pitch bender can connect? There are in same fx 2. Thank you!

      • #89839
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hi!anyone know if the humanizer and pitch bender can connect? There are in same fx 2. Thank you! I have BOSS GT-6.

    • #49533
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know anything about these? I have had incredible trouble finding anything about them. Model is B-135-441

    • #49532
      Anonymous
      Guest

      J’aimerais vraiment pouvoir avoir le biographie de Robert F. Flemmings Jr, l’inventeur de la guitare.

    • #49531
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a pile of Guilds, Harmony, and other guitars for sale. I also need Electric Harmony guitars from 1950 – 1972 check out my website. Info. on pots and caps to make your guitar sound like it should… http://www.comparethevalue.com I’m a player/collector not a dealer…

    • #49530
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to purchase and one of these guitars. If you have for sale please let me know. Thanks

    • #49529
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am a bigginer, so please help me.

      • #90011
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Found another good site. http://www.guitarpeople.com this should help a lot.

      • #89994
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Look here http://www.guitarsrule.com offers some free advise etc.also http://www.melbay.com for instruction books etc.some free info but is a long time supplier of books for learning how to play guitar.If you have not learned to read music.A system called tablature provides an easy to learn system for learning to play using a music scale and numbers to show where to pluck the string.www.guitarnoise.com is a great site that has a weekly news letter with free instructions.www.olga.net has free tab music you can print out and use to learn songs.www.milaresolsimi.com/fgrc/tab-chet.html#chet for chet atkins finger style.www.acousticpower.com

    • #49528
      Anonymous
      Guest

      please email me at [email protected] if you have any idea on how much a 1906 gibson acoustic guitar would sell for-still very playable, worn on neck and a few cracks, but nothing severe, thanks!

    • #49527
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What Stratocaster di you sugest me to buy and get that SRV sound. I dont want his signature model, cause i want bridge humbucker pickup, and 22 frets guitar….well? I only know that rest two singles must be those "texas" pickups… well is there such a strat? and Price? and WHERE?

    • #49526
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to find out what it’s worth?

    • #49525
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a DOD grunge pedal and a BOSS super chorus pedal. I plug them both into the amp and it works fine but the batteries keep dying in both of them!! I was wondering if anyone can tell me why they keep doing this, is it because their differend brands? THANKS A LOT!!

      • #115527
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Let me ask you a question then. Do you leave the batteries in them or plugged in after you get done with them? do you constantly have them on all the time when you play? these and more effect how the batteries behave… if you have the pedals on all the time plus have the level cranked to 10 you will get that effect… I would suggest buying or ebaying for a power supply…. that should save you some trouble…. what is your gear setup? what do you have plugged in?

        • #121310
          Anonymous
          Guest

          ok thanks a lot brian. I dont have a pedal board yet but i got an adapter so i can plug it right into the wall. thank you

        • #121315
          Anonymous
          Guest

          brian, my setup is a gibson sg standard and a peavey stage amp (160 WATT.) I leave the batteries in them all the time but i turn off the pedal by pressing the button. and i always take out the cords on both sides when im not playing. Am i doing anything wrong? And what do you mean by buy a ower supply? thank you

          • #125730
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Sorry I was typing on a laptop…… What I mean is do you play with the effects on all the time.. If you are you need to buy a power supply dude. You will always have that problem. I sometimes run batteries but that is a last minute jam session with some friends so I just grab my tuner and a wah or chorus and jam… thing is I dont have the pedals turned on all the time. but If I had my pedal board with all my pedals then using the power supply is a neccesity… Basically if you buy a power supply it will solve your problem.. they also call them wal warts too….

    • #49524
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Jackson gc37bc

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    • #49523
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how can i download hindi songs on my computers. please tell me process.

    • #49522
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PLEASE HELP - tremelo bridge problems while tuning my strat

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    • #49521
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Marshall 1960A and 1960B - resonate/buzz

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    • #49520
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I JUST FOUND A GUITAR BY THE NAME OF CRUCIANELLI ITS DATED 1971 AND MODEL#20 IF ANY ONE CAN TELL ME ANYTHING OR KNOWS ANYTHING LET ME KNOW EMAIL ME AT http://[email protected]

    • #49519
      Anonymous
      Guest

      123 is having a gibson contest, fyi

    • #49517
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My wife bought a Samick acoustic guitar with a battery powered Fishman pickup system. From what I understand, you can keep the battery in the Fishman and it is only activated when the cord is attached to the guitar. The battery doesn’t seem to be making a good connection, so it doesn’t work. Should this be replaced under the Samick warrantee, or should I just try to get it replaced elsewhere? Anyone know of any place in the Denver area where I can get this done under the Samick warrantee?

      • #90001
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The battery is most likely turned on when the cord is plugged in.Usually the input jack has two contacts and one is wired to the battery wiring, when the male plug is inserted one of the contacts acts like an on and off switch.Your warranty sheet should have a web site listed in not try http://www.samick.com or samickguitars.com. If you find a web site look to see if a samack dealer is listed for your area.If the connector where the cord is plugged in is bad a newone should not cost more that 5-10 bucks and is fairly easy to replace.

    • #49515
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was wondering if you could make a rough valuation of a Vester bass guitar. It is a four string, black, slimline guitar with three pickups and an active bass boost battery.

      • #89729
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Well all I can say is this. It will make moose calls more "Prenounced" to the crowd.

    • #49514
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought one off ebay about a year ago and it sounded PHENOMINAL! i mean tons of chunk… distortion was bad assed. everything. And so the story goes, i end up blowing it out by plugging in the wrong two tubes to make it 50 watt. after i get it fixed and get it back, it sounds like complete crap to me. im totally frustrated and even tho the guy assures me that nothing is wrong, it doesnt sound good. it has no sustain and i have to turn the raw channel 3 up to full gain to get any chunk. i used to have to put it at about 6 o clock to get tons of gain. frustrated as i am, i sell it on ebay and look for a new one. i stop at the local guitar store and hear one that sounds great. like its supposed to. the only problem is that he sold it 15 minutes before i get there and i have to watch the guy buy it in front of me. so, determined to get my killer tone, i go to guitar center and order one. when it gets here, it sounds just like my "broken" one! im like WHAT THE HELL?! so, that day i end up going to philly… 5 hour drive. this guitar center has 4 in stock. they all SOUND THE SAME! what the hell is going on here? my recto sounds terrible and every one i’ve played other than the one at the first guitar store sound the same. p.s. I was told that it may be that the guitar has to be broken in because the one at the first guitar store was 6 months old but the others were newer. please help me out. you can send responses to my email.

      • #115531
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There are many reasons.. IE I have a marshall jcm 800 2210. Its the 100 watt version so when turned up a little it was just too… how do I say LOUD. plus it had this midrange from hell sound which is great but not at that volume….. much less I never played it at more than 3 on the master volume. But when I heard I can convert it to a 50 watt by removing either the 2 inner tubes or 2 outer tubes and increase the ohm load, I was curious. SO I removed the 2 inner tubes and since I had an 8ohm cabinet I set the ohm load to 4. well when I plugged that thing in it was tits.. I had sustain from hell, awesome bottom end and the feedback was reminesse of van halen. However, the tubes were not stock (Groove tubes) and I did not destroy the amp first. The problem with amp techs is that the one that fixed your amp did his job well. It produces nice clean tones. On an oscilliscope, that looks great. Problem is it does nothing for your tone.

    • #49513
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Had a samick 12 string, tuning bar straight, not at an angle. Got is used, just learning. House got broken into and guitar stolen. Insurance co wants a quote and I don’t know the serial number or make of it. It was a bit older, early to mid 90’s design. Anyone else out there have one? Need some makes to try to match it to get an estimate for the loss. ‘Thanks!

    • #49512
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I see so many players, usually at the more advanced level playing TAYLOR brand. I asked a local reputable dealer what would be the next best value priced a level below TAYLOR, and they stated YOKAHAMA. Any opinions here?

      • #89605
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You might want to check out the takamine g series

    • #49511
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey need help on Robert F Flemming Jr. know he made gutair and need info on this guy for project due tommarow…..help! Thanks.

    • #49507
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i live in the uk and want to buy a takermine guitar. I want to take advantage of the exchange rate but want it delivered to uk, what is the best route to take. I have seen pulse music, z sounds and musicalinstruments.com but still search for the best price can any one help me please

    • #49508
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I have 2 basses I wanr to insure. To do this I’d like to know around what they are worth. The 1st is a Fender American Jazz Bass. I’m thinking mid- to late 90’s. It’s in good to very good condition. The 2nd is a 2002 Gibson Thunderbird IV. It’s in very good to excellent condition. Please help.

    • #49510
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a DOD grunge pedal and a BOSS super chorus pedal. I plug them both into the amp and it works fine but the batteries keep dying in both of them!! I was wondering if anyone can tell me why they keep doing this, is it because their differend brands? THANKS A LOT!

      • #90326
        Anonymous
        Guest

        when you are not using them make sure you disconect the guitar leads, sounds like you are leaving your leads in. Lee.

    • #49509
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, could you give me some information on Humbug pickups. thanks

      • #89604
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Are you talking about humbucker pickups?

    • #49506
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi I got an AVT50 and a strat, I was wondering what settings i should be on to get a rock sound(like weezer) because at the moment my set up is sounding a bit crap. thanks.

      • #94343
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey i was woundering if you had the amp settings for the song i hate everything about you

      • #115774
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hi i’ve got a amp that sounds crap and i want 2 know way of sounding like blink 182 and on 4 guns n roses thank ya!!

    • #49505
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to download the Hindi Songs of Kishore Kumar(Ganguli)(old). That’s my request to you. Please………………………………….

      • #92009
        Anonymous
        Guest

        please send me some Bhupen Hazarika’s song tab for Guitar.

      • #92002
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I would like to download the Hindi song ‘allah ke bande’ from waisa bhi hota hai

      • #91495
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I would like to download the Hindi Songs of Kishore Kumar(Ganguli)(old). That’s my request to you. Please………………………………….

        • #92645
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I would like to download the Hindi Songs of Kishore Kumar(zameer)(old). That’s my request to you. Please………………………………….

        • #91650
          Anonymous
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          : : I would like to download the Hindi Songs . That’s my request to you. Please………………………………….

    • #49504
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Classic Guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Classic Guitar

    • #49503
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PLEASE SEND THE SONGS TO MY EMAIL

      • #93478
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : PLEASE SEND THE SONGS TO MY EMAIL kal ho naa ho,maahi ve,pretty woman

    • #49502
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Or, is it a cheap version of a standard american strat? It seems to have the same dimensions, what’s different? Please let me know, thanks in advance! Chris

    • #49500
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know about a strat copy named dia

    • #49497
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there someone who can tell me more of my Fender telecaster sernr:N900513. The bridge seems so strange?

    • #49496
      Anonymous
      Guest

      let me know

    • #49494
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any one have a good Randy Rhoads RP100 patch??

    • #49493
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey im considering getting a roller nut for strat. i just basically wanted some feedback from people who use one. ie pros and cons. thanks alot. is it worth getting one?

    • #49495
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Guild Madeira mid to late 90’s I think. Not sure what model. Sticker on inside says Guild MJ-55 made in Taiwan. It is a jumbo in size. I can’t seem to find any info on the net about this guitar. Does any body know what it’s worth, or what model it is, or how I can go about finding out?

    • #49492
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Peavey TransTube Bandit 112 guitar amp I set the volume on high and i play on disturtion whenever I stop playin it makes this sqeeking noise and I dont know why is there anyone who could help me with this problem if u can email me thnxs a lot neal

      • #115540
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You have it cranked too hard.. plus its only normal feedback dude.. what guitar you playin through? remember also that the closer you are to the amp its going to 1. sound like crap and 2. feedback like crazy. Plus if you are using single coils as opposed to gibson like humbuckers get used to squeals and feedback. Plus Ive played through a peavey bandit and it has horacious tone….. their pa equipment chokes goats too…. UGH!!!

    • #49490
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Binson schematics

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Binson schematics

    • #49491
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Binson system which my late brother bought in Italy some years ago. I am searching for schematics to enable me to service when necessary (I am an electronics engineer. Can anyone help – models are:

    • #49489
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What do the numbers beside some of the key names mean (A7, F6 etc)

      • #89446
        Anonymous
        Guest

        there are chords named A7 F6 and all that, there are chords on the 7th 6th and 9th that i know of but there are probably more

    • #49488
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought this guitar about 24 years ago , is in excellent condition. I want to know the actual value of this instrument. I apreciate any information about this guitar. Ben

    • #49486
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my distortion sounds like shit…any setting suggestions…..also for a really good clean channel

      • #89736
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Line 6 has never gotten the midrange right on those things. but try standing back from the amp…… remember.. the more low end you have in your sound the more people are not going to hear you because of the bass guitar…… try getting less bass and more midrange and highs… plus single coils and humbuckers will produce different sounds in line 6 amps because of pick attack…….

      • #89433
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have one i use for indoors, a 212 model it sounds great, depends what you want out of it i suppose. take the chorus/tape echo off, keep reverb down to 2, mid off treb / bass full on, i use crunch with drive on 3/4 for distortion and switch it round to clean with the drive off for the clean. channel vol on 3/4 and the adjust your master volume. Lee. Lee.

    • #49484
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I put on brand new strings on my acoustic guitar, tuned it, and I’m having a problem on the open chords, they sound like really bad, so I used my guitar tuner, and it made no differance at all, Do you have a solution to this problem. THank you

      • #89442
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check on the gauge of strings you put on their, if you hacd a heavy set and replaced them with a light set the tension on the neck would have adjusted, giving maybe a buzzing clanky sound, did you put on accoustic steel strings? Lee.

    • #49485
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I put new guitar strings on my guitar, and the problem is after I tuned it( I tune by harnomics ), WHen I play Chords Like D, E It sounds out of tune, Then I used my guitar tuner and it made no differance, is there a silution to fix this problem…..Thank You, Brian B.

      • #89725
        Anonymous
        Guest

        do you have a flat top acoustic guitar with a fixed bridge or an electric or arch top with a floating bridge.if you have a floating bridge check your setup.www.gretschguitars.com and http://www.mrgearhead.com have some very good instructions for setting up a guitar. If yours is a fixed bridge flattop. check how you wound the strings on the post of winding mechanise.New strings stretch for awhile, keep tuning until they are stretched enough. tune, play,adjust, tune play.

      • #115536
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Is the neck straight? is the bridge ready to come off the body? do you have really heavy strings? do you have really shutty tuners?

    • #49483
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, my grandpa has a Lead 3 by Fender. It is an 81 modle and, I am buying it for $500. Can any one tell me how much it is worth. It is just for educational purposes.

      • #90316
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Worth around $350-$400 tops (they are always a few on eBay – verify it there). Your grandpa should come down a bit from $500.

    • #49482
      Anonymous
      Guest

      thanks

      • #92683
        Anonymous
        Guest

        could you send me the tab for this song? thanks.

    • #49481
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can anyone send me the tab of knocks me off my feet thanks!!! email me at [email protected]

      • #92346
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : can anyone send me the tab of knocks me off my feet thanks!!! email me at [email protected]

      • #115732
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : can anyone send me the tab of knocks me off my feet by stevie wonder or the version of paolo santos thanks!!! email me at [email protected]

        • #115901
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : can anyone send me the tab of knocks me off my feet by stevie wonder or the version of paolo santos thanks!!! email me at [email protected]

    • #49480
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Bonjou ,je cherche le plan technique du MesaBoogie Dual Caliber DC-5 car j’ai un problème au push-pull du volume du canal clair reste enclenché en son crunch.On a changé le potentiomètre mais rien n’a changé. Merci Amicalement

      • #115530
        Anonymous
        Guest

        vous pourriez vouloir entrer en contact avec le boogie de MESA directement et les faire vous aider. également à vous avoir jugé leur site Web ?

    • #49479
      Anonymous
      Guest

      http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/jimrossprojectsmusic.htm Check out some of my stuff on Soundclick.com under JimRossProjects Thanks HAIL THE GUITAR!!

    • #49477
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, wass up shredders, bothering you with a question: I just bougth a Marshall AVT 50, but I justa can´t make it sound good, I don´t if it is the amp or something else. My guitar chain is Ibanezrg270 + Metal Zone + Boss DD-3+Boss Chorus Ensamble

      • #90485
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Depends on how your using it. The distortion on it is not a brutal metal type distortion at all. Its more like a straight forward rock (3 doors down etc) more modern sounding distortion then say a Marshall JCM800/900/2000 or Mesa Dual/Single Rectifier or 5150. I find it cuts through the mix good when playing out, but you really don’t get that low end chunk like you do from the JCM2000, Mesas or 5150s. Try using some different types of distortion pedals and an EQ. It would help a bit.

      • #115524
        Anonymous
        Guest

        WHat is the sound you are going for? Are you using the metal zone for distortion or the amp?

    • #49476
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my O-18 is in orignal excellent condition and is played every day,i know it was made in the 30’s and has a magical sound. i would appricate it if anyone could date this 4 me………..i have played it for over 40 yrs……………………..

    • #49478
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am thinking of selling my Q4 and wonder what is it worth

      • #90617
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey, i won now at ebay one for 450 euros, but i saw another one in italy, for 1000 euros.

    • #49474
      Anonymous
      Guest

      grrr… need i say more? *cough*poser*cough*

      • #89311
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : grrr… need i say more? *cough*poser*cough* oooooooooooooooooooooooooh yaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    • #49475
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m not a guitar player, just been around ’em all my life. A friend has the 2nd BC Rich Bich guitar ever made. No sn, there’s something on the back of the head that when tilted to the light correctly one can read that substantiates it’s the 2nd. Someone who worked for Rich at the time they launched the Bich has confirmed this. I don’t think my friend realizes the value of what’s in his house. Can you folks give me any ideas on what it’s worth or how to go about finding out?

      • #92051
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It really depends on a lot of variables: the type of wood, the model (is it a bich?), is it neck thru construction or a bolt on, the condition, the year it was constructed and many more variables. If you would like, you can contact me at 954-593-7470 and I would be glad to help you figure out what you have there. Best Regards, Jeff K

    • #49472
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yamaha APX 20 electric acoustic guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Yamaha APX 20 electric acoustic guitar

    • #49473
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #89303
        Anonymous
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        I vote that it might b better to start on acoustic for Tele-whackers reasons and because you have 2 press harder to get the /notes chords which can help with calluses and maybe precision… ya… you have been officially schooled (lol) good luck

      • #89310
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It depends on what kind of music you are playing, and the amount of attack you need to perform it. To learn ,(in case you are a beginer), it’s probably best to learn on an accoustic, simply because it’s not as loud, and you won’t bother people who live far away. lol. Seriously, it is according to what you can put your hands on. Learning on an "Unplugged" guitar makes perfect sence. You don’t need to amplify , to learn. Best of luck.

        • #115433
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I would say start with acoustic because it helps your fingers better be acustomed to strings, and you can play acoustic and electric that way. I started with acoustic and I would say acoustic is harder to play, so it would help you get better faster than an electric. That’s just my opinion though.

          • #121186
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Thats exactly wut i was sayin XP ill shut up now 😛

    • #49471
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Are there any shredders here? Greetzz Roy http://www.roysegers.com

      • #92342
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Im a shredder

    • #49470
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Washburn Guitar KC LTD

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Washburn Guitar KC LTD

    • #49469
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what does 8222H150 stand for on a small harmony acustic guitar?

      • #89737
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : what does 8222H150 stand for on a small harmony acustic guitar? THE NUMBERS ARE MOST LIKELY THE SERIAL NUMBER OF THE GUITAR, could show when and where this particular guitar was made.

    • #49468
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Fellow axe-men, I play a hard rock, fusion style and I love those altered-dominant chords (7#9, 13b9, etc) that have an intense, stinging sound (I’ve think they’re called tension chords). Hendrix used them alot. I often go through my dorian, mixolydian, and misc minor scales looking for new ones. Just when it seems I’ve found them all, I see a new one in a tab or being played by someone. I’d like to start a poll and see how many everyone here can come up with.The inversion has ALOT to do with its sound, so list its name (if you can…not important),and please list a layout ( 1 string/# fret, 2 string/#fret, 3 string/#fret……). I’ll get it started: A7#5#9 1/5,2/x,3/5,4/6,5/6,6/8 ? 1/x,2/x,3/5,4/7,5/6.6/x (use vibrato) A7b5 1/x,2/x,3/7,4/8,5/8,6/9 Any hard rock or jazz player will love a large collection of these types of chords.They’re like a slap in the face, full of intensity. Thanks, DCO

    • #49467
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Check out my website on Kahler Brdges & Accessories http://users.adelphia.net/~asaccoia/

      • #90319
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Great site – very helpful! Kahler made som good products that are becoming hard to find – the scans you have there will really save someone’s hide sometime!

    • #49465
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey. I’m getting a little tired with my floyd rose.. I think that it’s set up correctly, the spring tension is correct, and anything I can think of. So, when I am ready to configure the fine tune, I’ll lock the nut. I adjust the fine tuners. Then I do a couple of dive bombs and set the fine tune again. After a while it’s all cool, the tune is perfect, no matter how much I play with the tremolo. However, when I bend a string, all strings go flat like hell. It’s only once.. Let me explain.. 1. I do a dive bomb 2. I bend any of the strings 3. It’s out of tune (flat) 4. I do a dive bomb 5. It’s in tune again 6. I bend a string and the same thing. What the fuck I’m doing wrong or why is this happening?

      • #115528
        Anonymous
        Guest

        First, go to http://www.floydrose.com and click on troubleshooting….. I think that problem is listed there…..

    • #49466
      Anonymous
      Guest

      STAM.WEBHOP.NET is looking for a few good men and women who like scanned guitar tabs,bass,drum and more!! come sign up and start downloading NOW!!!!

      • #94062
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : STAM.WEBHOP.NET is looking for a few good men and women who like scanned guitar tabs,bass,drum and more!! come sign up and start downloading NOW!!!!

        • #112156
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hi i’m diana i’m looking for guitar scanned tabs kind Regards, diana junaeda

    • #49464
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need some information on a Fender Robben Ford S#NO07056, any help would be appreciated. Thanks

    • #49463
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi all looking for a hm5v. Paintjob unimportant. Email me with price pic if possible Thanx Glenn

    • #49462
      Anonymous
      Guest

      pickups. neck? middle? bridge?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : pickups. neck? middle? bridge?

    • #49460
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a nice condition guitar, serial number 73169639 (I guess a 1979 model). Does anyone have an idea of the value – I am guessing around $1200 ??? Cherry sunburst finish.

    • #49461
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Seville Guitars

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Seville Guitars

    • #49459
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey does anyone know where i can find out information about specific strats. somewhere i can type in the serial numbers and it’ll tell me the year it was made, materials its made out of etc. thanks alot

      • #89314
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If it is a relatively recent strat the number will tell you the year. An american strat will start with a letter that tells the decade. S=70’s, E=80’s, N=90’s Z=00’s. The next number is the specific year. A US Fender with a serial # beginning N8….. is a 1998. Mexican Fenders use the same scheme but start with an M. So MZ2….. is a Mexico Fender made in 2002.

    • #49458
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My friend just gave me a classical guitar she didn’t want. I want to learn how to play guitar so I can play classic rock/folk songs to myself. My question is: can I go through the learning process on a classical guitar, or do I need to buy a traditional acoustic guitar instead? Many websites suggest that classical guitars are not meant for strumming/chords. This one is an old European model. Should I just proceed with caution? Please help.

      • #115515
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Any guitar of good guality is good for learning to play on. If this guitar is of a well known brand and very old it may be a collectors item worth some big bucks, in that case you would not want to be playing it much. I like a nylon classical guitar to learn on, the scale is the most used in any type of music so your ear training would fit right in if you should switch to an electric etc,which you would want to do if you are wanting to play heavy metal or rock,but for learning cords,runs, strumming etc, a classical is very good.Not so good for fast runs and wild loud strumming.

    • #49455
      Anonymous
      Guest

      messed up my new guitar floyd rose thing.

      This popular thread has been given its own page : messed up my new guitar floyd rose thing.

    • #49456
      Anonymous
      Guest

      sir, i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. thanks, siju

      • #92525
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : sir, : i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. : thanks, : Himoul

      • #115740
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : sir, : i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. : thanks, : siju

        • #115767
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : sir, : : i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. : : thanks, : : siju

          • #115862
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : : sir, : : : i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. : : : thanks, : : : anand

          • #115796
            Anonymous
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            : : : sir, : : : i want free down load hindi songs.please helpe me and explain how to down load songs. : : : thanks, : : : siju

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              Anonymous
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                Anonymous
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            • #121668
              Anonymous
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    • #49454
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a K Yairi accoustic guitar, made in 1983. I’m wondering how much it’s worth, anybody know? these are the details on the inside of the guitar- Anne 1983, model no: AR332, serial no: 24855, Kani,Gifu,Japan (signed by K Yairi)

    • #49452
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I REALLY DONT KNOW MUCH ABOUT THIS GUITAR . LOOKING FOR INFO. ITS RED AND SMALL ANYONE KNOW WHAT YEAR MADE, NUMBERS ON BACK KC98080358

      • #98857
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s gibson Epiphone not on their current webpages, I have one similar s/n. Comes with a case and amp (player pack?). Let me know what you find out and I’ll keep searching

    • #49451
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a ’76 Mossman Great Plains that I bought new, and I’m thinking of selling it. Its like new with only a few minor scratches. What Can I reasonably expect to get for it? Thanks.

    • #49450
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Bought this guitar for 325 on ebay June 02. Guitar has an annoying squeal when cranked. I thought about changing pickups but after reading some reviews on another site this might not cure the squeal. Has anyone out there ran into this on other Jap Pauls? Also I see a lot of talk here about ebay. While you can get some deals,beware people. My friend in DFW thought he was getting an Orville and turned out to be a Burny LP Standard with Gibson decals. Paid 535. Back to Ibanez,is the squeal Im getting common on all Ibanez Les Pauls? Thanx Rico in Tejas

      • #90630
        Anonymous
        Guest

        SQEAL SQEAL. RESOLDER THE WHOLE GUITAR INCLUDING THE GROUND. USING THE BEST SOLDER YOU CAN FIND. PS: DONT CHANGE THE PICKUPS FROM WHAT I WAS ALWAYS TOLD THE IBANEZ LP COPY OF THE LATE 70’S IS WORTH A LOT OF MONEY AND IBANEZ WAS SUED BY GIBSON FOR THOSE MODELS SO HANG ONTO THAT RIG ……..

    • #49448
      Anonymous
      Guest

      tried to search the web for a washburn cherokee hard to find information on that acoustic. what is about Dana Bougeois being involved in construction? how many have been produced during 95,96,97? i have one offered in germany in NOS anybody out there with informations

    • #49449
      Anonymous
      Guest

      begginer guitarist looking for cool easy real songs to play on one string already know seven nation army button to button smoke on water iron man highway to hell

    • #49446
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED. I HAVE A GIBSON SG 6-STRING…BURGUNDY BODY, DOUBLE PICKUPS, BLACK PICK GUARD. NO WHAMMY BAR. TRAPEZOIDAL SHAPED INLAYS ON NECK. SERIAL NUMBER IS 398041. I THINK IT’S EITHER A 1867 OR 1974. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION. NO INTENTION OF SELLING, BUT WONDERED ABOUT APPROXIMATE VALUE. THANKS!

      • #88986
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : SORRY,,,FIRST POSTING HAD TYPO. I THINK MY SG IS EITHER 1967 (NOT 1867) OR 1974. ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED. I HAVE A GIBSON SG 6-STRING…BURGUNDY BODY, DOUBLE PICKUPS, BLACK PICK GUARD. NO WHAMMY BAR. TRAPEZOIDAL SHAPED INLAYS ON NECK. SERIAL NUMBER IS 398041. I THINK IT’S EITHER A 1967 OR 1974. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION. NO INTENTION OF SELLING, BUT WONDERED ABOUT APPROXIMATE VALUE. THANKS!

        • #115432
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : SORRY,,,FIRST POSTING HAD TYPO. I THINK MY SG IS EITHER 1967 (NOT 1867) OR 1974. : ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED. I HAVE A GIBSON SG 6-STRING…BURGUNDY BODY, DOUBLE PICKUPS, BLACK PICK GUARD. NO WHAMMY BAR. TRAPEZOIDAL SHAPED INLAYS ON NECK. SERIAL NUMBER IS 398041. I THINK IT’S EITHER A 1967 OR 1974. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION. NO INTENTION OF SELLING, BUT WONDERED ABOUT APPROXIMATE VALUE. THANKS!

          • #121208
            Anonymous
            Guest

            From the S/No it looks like a ’74, Ive seen them go for over a £1000, depends on condition, and if its all original etc.

    • #49447
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just to let you know that a few new acoustic guitar arrangements have been posted on my site at: http://www.consult-eco.ndirect.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm Hope you enjoy them. Cheers and take care. Steve J. McWilliam

    • #49445
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a takamine acoustic guitar that i would like appraised. the serial number is 77071351

      • #90018
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The serial number doesn’t tell you anything except that it was made in 1977. Send me the model number number. Usually seen throught the soundhole on the inside back.

    • #49444
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How many other people out there think that Frank Zappa is highly underrated as a guitarist?

      • #115505
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : How many other people out there think that Frank Zappa is highly underrated as a guitarist? me!!!!

    • #49443
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking for Fender appraiser to figure value of one in my collection.

    • #49442
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My strat has the serial number E522775 but this E5 configuration isnt listed anywhere, how can i find out where and when its from?

    • #49441
      Anonymous
      Guest

      GOOD SITE

    • #49440
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought a squire strat made by fender and it sounds good but is it cheaply made and will it break . I bought it for two hundred dollars . I am wondering if I got a good deal

      • #88959
        Anonymous
        Guest

        where was it made? if its jap they tend to be very good, china and india are not so good. 200 is OTT for the latter

    • #49439
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Someone broke a back window of a car sitting outside a bar on Greenville Ave. in Dallas Tx in 1973, and stole my Fender Telecaster, and Tiesco Amp from the back seat. I realize that a lot of water has passed under the old bridge, but I loved that guitar. (The internet gives me a chance to PUT THE WORD OUT) I bought it in Sasebo Japan thru the Navy Exchange while on R&R in around 1970/71 (can’t remember for sure.) I don’t remember the serial # and am not positive, but I think it’s a 1968/69. I’m sure of the color: off white with a rosewood neck. I do remember I scribed my name CHUCK CUSIMANO,into the wood, under the pick guard. At the time it was stolen, it had a custom LEATHER (black) pick guard with CHUCK in white letters, and red roses.The white plastic original one was also in the original case. Also it had a custom padded leather guitar strap, with my name CHUCK, comming down the front. It was black with white letters, and red roses, along with white "buckstitching" I used to do a lot of leather work, and I made them at the same time (1972)I made a leather guitar strap for Merle Haggard.(His was brown letters on natural leather, with brown "buckstitching". I am not rich, and I probably don’t stand one chance in hell of ever recovering the guitar, but I would sure try to pay a decent reward to get it back. That guitar was a friend to me during the Vietnam war even if for a little while. If you even know anything about it please E-MAIL me at: [email protected] Thank you!

    • #49438
      Anonymous
      Guest

      A friend of mine makes some really nice guitars and sells the coolest gear. His gear is similar to Orange county Choppers stuff. brtguitars.com

    • #49436
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What is a guitar strap and a pitch pipe? Thank you.

      • #88964
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The strap is the "belt" that you put in your neck to hold the guitar. The pitch pipe is a device that functions as a tuner and it works by blowing through it to hear the tunes.

    • #49437
      Anonymous
      Guest

      for a concert<a href="http://www.doodle.com"><font color="black" style="text-decoration: none">.</a>

    • #49435
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think this early model Mexican Strat is made with all American Parts and Hardware because i’ve never seen,or heard,any other mexican Strat that sounds like this one.I would not even take an American model over this guitar. I need more info on this guitar. I think it has all American parts, but was essembelled in Mexico.I think I have an excellent guitar, and I would love to find out more about it. Such as:Where it was made,What kind of parts and hardware it has on it, and how much it might be worth.It’s in excellent condition.(beautiful guitar)ALL ORIGINAL!

    • #49434
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know of a reissue ES-335 (Cherry Red) with block inlays not dot neck markers?? The Vintage Guitar Price Guide & Blue Book both mention them but I can’t find one. The Gibson Custom Shop wants your first born to make a block neck 335. Any help appreciated.

      • #93623
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a 1999 model ES 335 with the block inlays. The model is funnily enough titled ES 335 Block (limited edition) Im actually about to sell it. Contact me if your interested. Anyone know of a reissue ES-335 (Cherry Red) with block inlays not dot neck markers?? The Vintage Guitar Price Guide & Blue Book both mention them but I can’t find one. The Gibson Custom Shop wants your first born to make a block neck 335. Any help appreciated.

      • #89307
        Anonymous
        Guest

        did you realy want the re-issue? what about the original ’66 model? what an investment, $3000? i know what you mean about the blocks though, i have a re-issuse with dot markers and always prefered the look of the block markers, also mine has the grover heads, and those klusons look the biz. Lee

    • #49433
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Pearl accoustic dreadnought by Hayashi # 01376

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Pearl accoustic dreadnought by Hayashi # 01376

    • #49432
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey there, I was wondering if anyone has any information (or can tell me where to find information) on a Yamaki AY384 series electric-acustic guitar! Ive been searching with the model and serial number. Id like to find out more about my guitar. thanks.

    • #49430
      Anonymous
      Guest

      kita nak tau nama kat bahagian-bahagian gitar……..and nak gambar gitar yang pertama di dunia and gitar yang terbaru……

      • #115775
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : kita nak tau nama kat bahagian-bahagian gitar……..and nak gambar gitar yang pertama di dunia and gitar yang terbaru……

        • #124914
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Aku mau tanya nih gimana sih belajar gitar yang bagus dan kalo beli gitar yang bagus juga apa ciri-cirinya aku mau minta cohrd ya simple plen yang perfec ok

    • #49428
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have obtained a LP copy that has the word "STEVEN" on the headstock. It is a very good playing axe. It has binding all around and a great flame top. It was purchased by my son when he was living in china and was playing there. It is almost an exact copy of a standard except has a little different body configuration on the backside. Plays and feels like a real quality piece. I can’t find any info on this guitar on the web. Can anyone help me?

    • #49429
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can you use a distortion pedal to switch channels,from clean to dirty, the pedal I have sux, but the amps dirty is pretty good

      • #88967
        Anonymous
        Guest

        no you cant, go to the your local guitar/amp shop and ask for the channel swich pedal that should have come with the amp, they dont cost much. Lee.

    • #49427
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking to buy one. Got one?

    • #49426
      Anonymous
      Guest

      help help

    • #49425
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just bought a Yamaha DG-Stomp of ebay and wanted to know if there are any videos available on how to use it. If not how do I educate myself on what an effects module is and does and all the minutia associated with it.

    • #49424
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wat band would you do a cover song for? Metallica or Megadeth??

    • #49423
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please help me learn playing guitar…… Ajarlah aku sampai hebat…. Please lah yerrrrr

    • #49422
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Strat inspired Silvertone with the Silvertone name on the headstock along with a Big S behind the name and a made in Japan label on the back of it. I tried to find some info on line but I can only come up with Harmony Silvertone, and I can’t find a guitar picture that looks like it. Has anyone ever heard of it or point me in the right direction for some info. It has three single pickups, and a sunburst finish. It looks like a cool vintage guitar Something nice to play. Thanks for any info. Jorge

      • #88808
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a Strat inspired Silvertone with the Silvertone name on the headstock along with a Big S behind the name and a made in Japan label on the back of it. I tried to find some info on line but I can only come up with Harmony Silvertone, and I can’t find a guitar picture that looks like it. Has anyone ever heard of it or point me in the right direction for some info. It has three single pickups, and a sunburst finish. It looks like a cool vintage guitar Something nice to play. : Thanks for any info. : Jorge You have a new 70’s guitar made by the New Japan Harmony company which is in trouble now. They made copies of all the good guitars and did a pretty good job. They have no website and their phone is answered by an answering machine…..

        • #88978
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Have you looked at Samick? didnt they take on the silvertone series of jap copies? do a google search on it. Lee

    • #49421
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to learn how to play the eletric gutiar and my friend tells me its easier to learn how to play accrustic gutiar first but i dont want to…..so i need to get a eletric gutiar set first…send me ur reply’s (knowldge)

    • #49420
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been searching for Kahler parts now for well over a year. I love my set -up, it’s perfect for what I do. In regards to this, Anthony Saccoia has been invaluably instrumental in this search. He’s answered all of my emails and has been professional and kind in getting this together for me. Thanks, Anthony, for bridging the gap between my whammy and Mr. Kahler. Peace, Bob Dee

    • #49419
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!HOW DO YOU SAVE THE PRESETS FROM THE FENDER CYBER TWIN TO THE MIDI PEDAL FENDER MAKES

    • #49417
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!HOW DO YOU SAVE THE PRESETS FROM THE FENDER CYBER TWIN TO THE MIDI PEDAL FENDER MAKES

      • #89289
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You don’t. The pedal simply lets you change presets instantly with your feet instead of pushing buttons/turning knobs on the amp. It can also activate the tuner and control effects. You don’t have to save anything to the pedal.

      • #89301
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You don’t. The pedal simply lets you change presets instantly with your feet instead of pushing buttons/turning knobs on the amp. It can also activate the tuner and control effects. You don’t have to save anything to the pedal.

    • #49416
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello every note i play it will hear a noise in the amp only when i use distortion I don’t know what is the problem but there’s a noise that maybe not everyone can hear it it sounds like …pak on every note i play its something like a bass drum. nothing to do with but i don’t know how i can explain pls sent me email if you know something [email protected]

    • #49418
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey im doing a math project on "the math in the electric guitar" and im not really getting that far…i need some links or tips on how to find some math and all math related things that are found in the electric guitar….please help

      • #88983
        Anonymous
        Guest

        try: guitarsrule.com its pretty comprehensive site.

        • #90019
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Thanks for the help Ben! GUITARS RULE!!!!!

        • #115529
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Most math for building guitars is standard math of measuring things either in inches or milimeters.The most essential equasion is for the scale length of the guitar string from the nut to the bridge. each fret is located by using this equasion. L=scale length,n=fret number,k= the 12th root of 2 (1.059463095.)all other measurements are at the option of the builder,some builders have confidential measurements of their creations.The distance (dn) measured from the nut to any fret (N) is given by the equasion at end of this reply. some guitars have 19 frets and some up to 22 frets or more. dn=L(Kn-1/Kn)

    • #49415
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know where I could find the tab from "How many more times" as featured on "How the West was Won" ?

    • #49414
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a gibson howard roberts for sale price 2000 us

    • #49413
      Anonymous
      Guest

      a cream bodied strat with rosewood fretboard bullet trussrod and large headstock, for sale make me offers..U.K

      • #89292
        Anonymous
        Guest

        is that the hendrix ’68 model? with the heavier poplar body? Lee.

    • #49412
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to form a maiden tribute band i play the guitar and want to here from fellow maiden fans in the north west area who are interested

    • #49411
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a schematic Daimgram for an old Dean Markley CD 212 amp. Any info that anyone can get me will be greatly appreciated.

    • #49409
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Where???

      • #88960
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Where??? Good question…just looked at my super swede,even pulled off back plates,no go Bjorn,I hope someone can help. BCG

    • #49410
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if anyone knows anything about the tone-lok series pedals from ibanez(latest issued) please let me know about them.are they any good.what do they sound like?

      • #91078
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : if anyone knows anything about the tone-lok series pedals from ibanez(latest issued) please let me know about them.are they any good.what do they sound like? They sound great for the price. They are as good as Boss pedals, The quality of construction is the same as Boss, They’re easier to switch in and out, easier to change batteries, and a hell of a lot cheaper. One thing I find interesting is the fact that both Ibanez Tone-Loks and Boss pedals are made in Taiwan with VERY similar backing plates and wording, etc. I have a feeling that they’re made by the same people at the same damned factory! I should mention that they are a lot more versatile in sounds than Boss pedals, with the different mode switches and all, but I personally stick with the conventional sounds that the Tone-Loks offer. If you’ve ever used Boss pedals, then you will be instantly comfortable with the Tone-Loks. Pedals owned: Tone-Lok PH7 Phaser, TS7 Tubescreamer, CF7 Chorus/Flanger, FZ7 Fuzz and DE7 Delay.

    • #49408
      Anonymous
      Guest

      esteban

      This popular thread has been given its own page : esteban

    • #49406
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Jackson Kelly XL ’93. Very similar to Marty Friedman’s Kelly. Black color, 24 frets, rosewood fretboard, lo-pro licensed Floyd, neck binding, 2 humbuckers. Only 2 minor dings.

    • #49407
      Anonymous
      Guest

      this guitar is about 40 years old and in quite good shape. Let me know if you have an interest in it or what you feel it might be worth. Thank you, Michael.

      • #89291
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : this guitar is about 40 years old and in quite good shape. Let me know if you have an interest in it or what you feel it might be worth. Thank you, Michael.

        • #115443
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I just picked up one of these at a garage sale yesterday and was hoping to get some info. Mine has a hand written number inside by the stamp. The number is 1124. Does yours have a hand written number too? If you have info on the value please let me know. Thank you. Chris : : this guitar is about 40 years old and in quite good shape. Let me know if you have an interest in it or what you feel it might be worth. Thank you, Michael.

          • #125502
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I’ve had my Norman B-55 for over 40 years and it still looks and plays beautifully! I can’t seem to find ANY information on it so it makes me wonder if it might be rare? I’ve seen a B-50 advertised. Can anybody offer any advice/ info?
            Thanks.

    • #49403
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Strokes, White Stripes, Mooney Suzuki, Animals,Ramones Kinks, early Blondie, Sonics, Stooges NYC Area Garage Band Seeks Guitarist With Backing Vocals – Alt/Indie/Rock/Garage/Original music – Rehearse 3 times a week at our studio in Jersey City – Between 23-30 years old – No drug abusers – Please write for more details

    • #49404
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have just noted that the Boss pedal switch system can be very sensitive. Sensitive enough to be driven from a remote foot pedal. I have been experimenting with a Boss OD-2 Turbo Overdrive, which I have mounted in my Guitar rack. I have extended the switch wire Pin 17 (usually violet in colour for Boss) to a phono jack, which is now the remote foot switch. Simply apply a short across the jack to ground and it works a treat! This MAY work for lots of other Boss pedals, but as circuits vary from year to year, there can be no guarantees!

    • #49402
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello fellow guitar lovers: My buddy (non-computer type musician person) has a Westbury Track 2 bass and he is looking for a new bridge for it. Does anyone know where he can get one? Thanks a bunch, Harry

      • #93898
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :hello epiphone makes a copy of a gibson. the epiphone bridge should fit exactly.

      • #93180
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey man. i have a bridge if he still needs it. : Hello fellow guitar lovers: My buddy (non-computer type musician person) has a Westbury Track 2 bass and he is looking for a new bridge for it. Does anyone know where he can get one? : Thanks a bunch, : Harry

    • #49405
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to know the current value of my 1964 Fender Stratocaster. I had it appraised four years ago for $13,000. Thank you

    • #49401
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ibanez Lonestar II LS380

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Ibanez Lonestar II LS380

    • #49400
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got a acoustic guitar and banjo recently and would like to know if anyone could help me get some info on them. I know the make of both, but only have the serial of the guitar -> HG-920. Hogner make. And the banjo is Gallatone make…other than GH&S trade mark…that’s all I can see on the benjo itself 🙁 Please, I would REALLY appreciate some info. And could you please e-mail me, cause I can hardly ever come online. PLEASE

      • #89313
        Anonymous
        Guest

        no idea on the banjo, never played one, whats the make of the guitar? you said hogner?? do you mean ‘hofner’? or ‘hohner’? Lee

    • #49399
      Anonymous
      Guest

      have you a carlsbro glx150t schematic? thanks in advance.

      • #113557
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have the same amp.
        Did you get the schematic?
        If so, please send me a copy.
        Thanks in advance.
        Raúl

    • #49398
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1964 Flattop Acoustic Epiphone guitar. I am interested in what the value of it is. It is very good condition. Thank you.

    • #49397
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help me find the owner’s manual of the A5 B korg?I ‘ve bought it and I dont know its functions.Someone help with the programming?

    • #49396
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HI I ‘ve an electronic failure on my peavey amp ENVOY 110, if anyone could send me the schematic that would be fine!!!!! Thanks Fred

    • #49395
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i wabt all kal ho na ho songs

    • #49394
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just got this new guitar and i dont kow how to use the whammy bar. Help! please .

      • #115384
        Anonymous
        Guest

        push down

        • #115418
          Anonymous
          Guest

          or pull up

        • #115403
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Stevie Ray Vaughan – Song: Lenny

    • #49392
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought a 99′ gibson sg standard (ebony) for $800. Did I get a good deal?? PLEASE RESPOND thanks a lot!!

      • #92684
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just bought a 99′ gibson sg standard (ebony) for $800. Did I get a good deal?? PLEASE RESPOND thanks a lot!! YES

      • #88634
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just bought a 99′ gibson sg standard (ebony) for $800. Did I get a good deal?? PLEASE RESPOND thanks a lot!! hi, i would say you paid a decent price. the new "SG standard" goes for about $1200 i think? ok checked. list is 1,598 for a new Gibson Standard SG. so, lot of stores would have it for sale around ummm 1,000 to 1,400 maybe. of course, If it has a anything really nice or special about it, it would be worth more. (like bigger inlays) this $1,598 is priced for a standard SG with just the regular dot inlays, and rosewood fingerboard. Gibsons tend to either retain their value, or appreciate in value, so 800 sounds like a fair price, not a "steal" but not bad deal either, especially if its in real good condition. one way to think of it is, If you went to sell it, you could get your money’s worth out of it, or maybe more, so that’s not bad as far as that goes. And on another train of thought, you can’t buy a new one for that.. maybe one of the "faded" ultra plain "SG Specials", but not a Standard SG. So if you think of it that way.. it’s almost a new SG, but over half the price of a new one. Anyway, be happy, because you got a GREAT guitar! SGs are really nice guitars, nothing to be ashamed of, they sound great, and play realllllly well. SGs and Les Pauls feel easier to play than a strat. – shorter scale, great for smaller hands like mine. This is just my opinion. –dan

        • #115389
          Anonymous
          Guest

          thanks man that really helps me cuz i have a strat! thanks a lot

    • #49393
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought a 99′ gibson sg standard (ebony) for $800. Did I get a good deal?? PLEASE RESPOND thanks a lot!!

    • #49391
      Anonymous
      Guest

      On an Epiphone Les Paul Junior, is the wiring under the pickguard or is there a removable plate in the back like on a normal LP. In other words can you take off the pickguard, and just play it like that without one (without exposing wires). because I want to get one (can’t beat 100 bucks) but I hate that pickguard, so I thought I’d pull a Steve Jones if I can. Thanks in advance to anyone who knows the answer

    • #49389
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need help from anyone out there that can give it! I have a 4 pick up Burns Black Bison that is sitting and gathering dust. I ache to play it but alas! There is no bridge. Is there any where I can find a bridge for this guitar?

    • #49390
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need help from anyone out there that can give it! I have a 4 pick up Burns Black Bison that is sitting and gathering dust. I ache to play it but alas! There is no bridge. Is there any where I can find a bridge for this guitar?

    • #49387
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anybody know anything about this guy Louis who apparently is playing a Private gig in London in the next two weeks with "special friends" and is supposedly going to play with an undocumented Hendrix Strat…? or is this a wind up?

    • #49388
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a normar guitar,and it’s in very good working condition. but would like to know more about it. I’ve had it for about 15 years,still sounds good,stay’s in tune well, and has the number eg 413-3t no.728 on the back of the body. Can anyone help me learn more about this ? Thanks; Harry Eldridge-Shakopee,Mn.

    • #49385
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Epi D-14 acoustic guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Epi D-14 acoustic guitar

    • #49386
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking to get a T-15 going, but its missing the entire bridge and all 6 inline tuning pegs… Does anyone know where I can get some? Either used or even a generic brand is fine too. Thanks, Matt

      • #88666
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi, try stewart macdonald. http://www.stewmac.com too many types and brands of bridges and tuners to mention here. personally, I’d go for one of the Gotoh tuners.(cheaper but just as good as the grovers and schallers.) you could also try to check with Peavey. they sell parts for their things. : I’m looking to get a T-15 going, but its missing the entire bridge and all 6 inline tuning pegs… Does anyone know where I can get some? Either used or even a generic brand is fine too. Thanks, Matt

    • #49384
      Anonymous
      Guest

      1980's Gibson SG Firebrand Selling?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : 1980’s Gibson SG Firebrand Selling?

    • #49383
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey folks, i’m a pretty much amateur in this guitar stuff, so please excuse me for my stipidity.. SO.. 1.Is there much diference in learning 7string instead of 6string elctric guitar, and can i play 7string the same as 6string, by not using the extra string? 2.do you know any good sources for learning 7strings? and info about the differeces between them? Please E-MAIL me: [email protected]

      • #88658
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You’re dead on about learning a 7 string like a 6 string. Unfortunatly there is no known resource about learning on a 7 string. Most people tune the low B one step lower to an A for creature comfort of being able to make bar chords. There is no reason for a guitar playing that low but what the hell, it’s modern.

      • #115351
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if your an amatuer then don’t start out on a 7 string.

        • #115458
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i cant even count to seven

    • #49382
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m quite a begginer in guitar. I need some help in following aspects; Strumming (I know chords of songs to play but somehow I dont seem to figure out strumming and its frustrating) Secondly some good way to practice chords specially shifting chords. I suppose best way is to play in diff combos as diff songs but strumming is one thing which makes it impossible Anyone can refer me to some good site for this purpose or any tips. Thanks Plato

      • #88668
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hi tons of guitar sites out there with all sort of tips. http://www.olga. and others.. use the search engine and look around. as for strumming tips, i would say, for most generic guitar chord playing, just get used to struming down then up again, down then up again, so its smooth and easy. metal music is mostly down strokes, anytime you want to emphasize a beat, you can use a down strum. as for shifting from one chord to another, pick some chords that look sort of similar, and switch from one to the next and back again. like a C and a G7 chord, they’re sort of similar. a D and an A7 are almost similar.. An A minor and an E chord are the same, too. some songs were written by rock stars, probably by tinkering with chords when they were practicing. the Batman theme just moves one note within the same basic chord shape. the beginning of Stairway to Heaven and also Pinball Wizard, they seem to be similar.. same basic chord, but they moved one finger up or down a little bit, and liked it so used that. I recall that i used to use Em and G and C and D, and make up my own chord patterns when I was starting out, since I didn’t have alot of sheet music, but knew a few chords, so tinkered with them a while. don’t get discouraged. I don’t know if this helps. just have to remember it won’t sound like anything really good until you do it a bunch of times, and get it memorized in your hands. nobody sounds smooth and perfect when they learn something new, have to just keep at it a while. good luck. dan : I’m quite a begginer in guitar. I need some help in following aspects; : Strumming (I know chords of songs to play but somehow I dont seem to figure out strumming and its frustrating) : Secondly some good way to practice chords specially shifting chords. I suppose best way is to play in diff combos as diff songs but strumming is one thing which makes it impossible : Anyone can refer me to some good site for this purpose or any tips. : Thanks : Plato

    • #49380
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve just purchased the ax100g and although I have the instruction manual I cannot work out how to record loops or samples can some please hewlp me?

    • #49379
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what pedals sound great even without a good amp!i want a list with great pedals just are awsome just by themselves.(i’m into like nu-metal,hardcore,even metal etc).reply me if you something…..

      • #89723
        Anonymous
        Guest

        check out http://www.danelectro.com. The effects pedals from this company are from the 50’s and went well with cheap one speaker tube amps. Todays cheap amps are all solid state and don’t have that great rock or blues sound.Look to see what you want and if possible go to your local music store and try it out before you buy. I have even taken my guitar and amp in and tried out stuff before i bought.That is the best way to do.Every one has their own taste in effects.I have a ZOOM 50511 and it works for me,there are a lot of effects on it but i only use two or three.I tried a korg but sent it back,diden’t meet what i was looking for.The really super tape echo effects will cost a fortune.

        • #90470
          Anonymous
          Guest

          thanks but first of all i cant try them cause i’m from romania and there are no strores here like samash,musiciansfriend,zzsounds,music123 and anything like that.so..i’ve played on zoom 505II and korg and doesn’t do it for me….and here tube amps are very expensive!.what do you think about ibanez pedals?i’m into like modern rock like nu-metal and stuff….

      • #88356
        Anonymous
        Guest

        boss pedals… or mutlieffect processors like the digitech series sound farily well on shitty amps

        • #115424
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i have already a digitech but i want a setup of pedals.i’ve already ordered 3 pedals from ibanez and the BOSS ns-2 noise suppressor!(ibanez are SM7 CF7& PM7)from the tone-lok series…..

        • #88474
          Anonymous
          Guest

          amp modelers might help, get a gnx3 that’ll do the trick.

          • #115431
            Anonymous
            Guest

            tenx,already have a digitech and i’ll sell him cause sux!tell me about pedals not multieffect proccesors cause i’ve been there.again thanks.reply…..

    • #49381
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what do you think about hte tone-lok series pedals from ibanez(especially i’m interested in SM& the smashbox,CF7 chorus flanger,PM7 phase modulator pedals.ARE they good?and if they sound good with an ibanez rg guitar ??anyone that can’t help me answering please do so…

      • #88818
        Anonymous
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        personally I don’t like the tone-lok series that much, I’d stick with boss. Although boss can sound pretty concrete and generic, their reliable adn heavy duty. Also try DOD, Electro Harmonix, or Digitech X series (those come with like 7 different tone settings along with eq variables). Steer away from brands like Arion (I got an octave from them that sucks beyond belief, although I like the sound bits they have on musiciansfriend. for their distortion pedals), also Rocktron pedals just sound odd and bland. I don’t much care for those silly little dan electros either. But that’s all my opinion, go on musiciansfriend.com and listen to sound bits, and go to some local guitar shops and try some out, have fun with it.

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          thanks for answering.I’ve tryed from DOD death metal and grunge distorsions and i didnt like them.Also from boss i’ve tryed mega distorsion, overdrive distorsion 2,but never the metal zone!i’m into like nu-metal(korn newest distorsion from the latest album style-is there a pedal that sounds similar to that without using the messa rectyfiers?:) ) style so what pedal you recomend me for the distorsion?the other ones dont interest me that much,cause i have many choices.And also i’m only with boss,ibanez and maybe digitech.i dont trust other pedals!(dod’s are probably good biut they aren’t for my taste)

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      My husband purchased a used Greg Bennett Signature series Samick guitar that didn’t have the whammy bar with it. It has Floyd Rose tremolo with locking tuning,24 fret. The whammy bar threads in.The serial number is 0020636. It has 2 dual pickups and 1 single coil. I would appreciate any help in finding a whammy bar and any other information you could give me about this guitar. Thank you,Mary Graves (e-mail [email protected])

      • #115427
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        Try StewMac.com, got mine there after I busted the first one.

      • #115349
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        Try asking customer service

    • #49376
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      I was wondering if anyone could tell me roughly how much this guitar I have is worth? It was handed down to me from a family friend and I can’t find any information on it, except for that it’s a 1984 Alvarez DY56RB by Kazuo Yairi. Any informatioin or estimate of value will be appreciated.

    • #49377
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      its in excelent conditioncall me at 661 it is in great shapit is an excelent gutar call me at 661-363-5948

      • #88238
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        : its in excelent conditioncall me at 661-363-5948 : : it is in great shapit is an excelent gutar call me at 661-363-5948

        • #88368
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          maybe lower the price some if you want to have a chance selling it… but hey a suckers born every min. : : its in excelent conditioncall me at 661-363-5948 : : : : : it is in great shapit is an excelent gutar call me at 661-363-5948

    • #49375
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      Hey guys, I have a pile of guitars for sale and I’m looking for Harmony Electric guitars from 1950 – 1972… Any parts or whole guitars. My website has lots of info. on Harmony guitars and pots and caps to make your guitar sound kickas*…. I’m a player/collector and not a dealer… Thanks for lookin…. Make some noise!

      • #88268
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        : Hey guys, : I have a pile of guitars for sale and I’m looking for Harmony Electric guitars from 1950 – 1972… Any parts or whole guitars. My website has lots of info. on Harmony guitars and pots and caps to make your guitar sound kickas*…. I’m a player/collector and not a dealer… Thanks for lookin…. Make some noise! http://www.comparethevalue.com

    • #49374
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      Who is a better guitarist Eddie Van Halen or Jimmy Page?? I know theyre both legends but i need help. thanks

      • #115378
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        : Who is a better guitarist Eddie Van Halen or Jimmy Page?? I know theyre both legends but i need help. thanks ONLY, just ONLY ONE- SINISA CEKIC!!

        • #121101
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          you guys are both retards. they all dominate in their own styles

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    • #49372
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      hey i really really really need to find a red and white electric airline like jack whites…its my ambition in life..anyone know where i could get me one please please either reply to this or send to [email protected] .. ta

      • #88264
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        : hey i really really really need to find a red and white electric airline like jack whites…its my ambition in life..anyone know where i could get me one please please either reply to this or send to [email protected] .. ta About 10 of them on ebay…. $450 – $650

        • #92982
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          Arnt those airline guitars just pieces of shit, they are made out of plastic.

        • #115868
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          : : hey i really really really need to find a red and white electric airline like jack whites…its my ambition in life..anyone know where i could get me one please please either reply to this or send to [email protected] .. ta : About 10 of them on ebay…. $450 – $650 pity the fool who wants to be like another for that money you could build a cooler guitar

    • #49370
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      HOW DO YOU SAVE THE PRESETS FROM THE FENDER CYBER TWIN TO THE MIDI PEDAL EX I ADJUST THE PRESET HOW I LIKE IT HOW CAN I GET IT TO PROGRAM ON TO THE PEDAL. i TRY BUT IT GOES BACK TO THE ORGINAL FENDER PRESET.

    • #49371
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      anyone know if they’re good? or crap?

    • #49368
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      Hi. I own a Giannini guitar that was purchased around 1973 brand new by my parents. The model number is GN-100 and was made in Brazil. The back and sides are brazilian rosewood. Does anyone have a good idea of what it would be worth? I am interested in selling it. Please email if you have any thoughts about this, or can suggest where I can also look. Thank you. [email protected]

    • #49369
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      I am looking for a string retainer for a headless Steinberger Bass. A round connector that holds the string in place.

    • #49367
      Anonymous
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      Suzuki Three S

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Suzuki Three S

    • #49366
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      I’m in a bit of fix. I’ve been playing the guitar for around 12 years and want to do something to improve my sound. Effects aside, I have a 1987 Japanese Fender stratocaster and although I like the sound, realise that the pick-ups are old, that there are no trust rods and that the frets are considerably worn. Is it worth getting the guitar fixed or simply get another guitar?? Please, somebody help me.

      • #89133
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        Jap strats from that year are very good, you could have the frets stoned and a pro setup for about £80, may be worth a gamble, you could replace the bridge pick up for a hotrails humbucker to give it a bit of variation, but i would be tempted to buy a new guitar but keep the jap strat as an investment!!

      • #88479
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        dude, twelve years…..get any new guitar

    • #49365
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      Mesa Boogie Mark IV

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Mesa Boogie Mark IV

    • #49364
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      ndghdgnghn

      • #115747
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        : : when where and how was the guitar invented

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      Yamaha SE1203A Electric guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Yamaha SE1203A Electric guitar

    • #49362
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      Any body who can help me on youth of the nation patch for zoom gfx8.if u have Fuzzwah and Cry baby patches i would be very happy.I wanna trade a patch for everything you want by vertical horizon and take a look around intro but for zoom gfx707.