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    • #36692
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      Anyone know where I can find the website for Acoustic? I’ve been going through pages of search engine results with no luck. Any page with info on the old 70’s amps would be helpful, I recently bought an Acoustic 360/361 and am looking for info on all the other amps they produced. Thanks a bunch.

      • #98586
        Anonymous
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        go to yahoo search engine and type in acoustic control corp and it should bring you to website which i think is http://www.acoustic360.com

      • #83403
        Anonymous
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        The web site is http://www.acoustic.mu. Question for you- where can I find A dealer for Acoustic bass amps. I want one real bad! I live in Upstate New York.

        • #87604
          Anonymous
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          > The web site is http://www.acoustic.mu I tried the above site with no success..,.

        • #83918
          Anonymous
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          I have a model Acoustic 450 for sale, very good condition (visually), original footswitch, perfect working condition. Email and make an offer.

      • #83420
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone know where I can find the website for Acoustic? I’ve been going through pages of search engine results with no luck. Any page with info on the old 70’s amps would be helpful, I recently bought an Acoustic 360/361 and am looking for info on all the other amps they produced. Thanks a bunch.

        • #93164
          Anonymous
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          : : Anyone know where I can find the website for Acoustic? I’ve been going through pages of search engine results with no luck. Any page with info on the old 70’s amps would be helpful, I recently bought an Acoustic 360/361 and am looking for info on all the other amps they produced. Thanks a bunch.

          • #98085
            Anonymous
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            Try "unofficial acoustic" website…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..? I’ve been going through pages of search engine results with no luck. Any page with info on the old 70’s amps would be helpful, I recently bought an Acoustic 360/361 and am looking for info on all the other amps they produced. Thanks a bunch.

    • #36691
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want a used esp kirk hammett kh-2. e-mail me with your offer!! [email protected]

      • #80973
        Anonymous
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        Are you still interested in buying this guitar? If so, my friend is selling his kh-2 and I will have him email you. Let me know. : i want a used esp kirk hammett kh-2. e-mail me with your offer!! [email protected]

    • #36690
      Anonymous
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      The axe was signed by a guy named George Lynch – can anyone tell me who this artist is? Is he a significant guitarist? Please share what ever you know. Thanks1

      • #103064
        Anonymous
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        : The axe was signed by a guy named George Lynch – can anyone tell me who this artist is? Is he a significant guitarist? Please share what ever you know. Thanks1

        • #117716
          Anonymous
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          : : The axe was signed by a guy named George Lynch – can anyone tell me who this artist is? Is he a significant guitarist? Please share what ever you know. Thanks1 HI mate George Lynch used to play for Dokken extremely fast and talented guitar player.However, Late 80s to early 90s metal with big hair doos, white trainers and lots of ramps on stage, Wicked tone though.

    • #36688
      Anonymous
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      can anyone tell me the manufacturers of fiberboard stringed instrument cases? Thank you [email protected]

      • #93523
        Anonymous
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        Why would you want that wasted knowledge… ;<) From a dealer standpoint, every distributor sells them and they are all very similar, but I have never seen the maker’s name anywhere, probably a company in Indonesia or China… (duh!)

    • #36686
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know why shielded cable can’t be used for speaker wire?

      • #81595
        Anonymous
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        Shielded cable doesn’t have the right resistance. Using it can lead to speaker/amp impedence mismatch, which could blow your amp. Quality speaker cable isn’t too much of a hassle (Klotz cable is excellent) though I’ve had to solder my own jacks, cos the places I got it didn’t have cable ready made up. I’ve heard that good mains cable (two wire) works as a substitute, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

        • #92940
          Anonymous
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          Where have you found to buy Klotz cable in bulk?

    • #36687
      Anonymous
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      Which would you rather have? a Martin D-1 or a Martin Shenandoah HD-28

      • #94741
        Anonymous
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        : Which would you rather have? a Martin D-1 or a Martin Shenandoah HD-28 I own a HD-28 Shenandoah I have personally tested it against at least 35 other Martin guitars..(D-28’s, D-35’s, 000-18’s, etc.). The quality of the sound of my guitar I feel is better. The tone, volume, and brightness is second to none. The playability is excellent….My guitar is a pre-63… I have no hesitation to say "Play them both…buy the one you Like"

        • #112422
          Anonymous
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          : : Which would you rather have? a Martin D-1 or a Martin Shenandoah HD-28 : I own a HD-28 Shenandoah I have personally tested it against at least 35 other Martin guitars..(D-28’s, D-35’s, 000-18’s, etc.). The quality of the sound of my guitar I feel is better. The tone, volume, and brightness is second to none. The playability is excellent….My guitar is a pre-93… I have no hesitation to say "Play them both…buy the one you Like"

      • #81738
        Anonymous
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        Neither: I’d save up a few more bucks & buy a D-18, D-18V, or D-28. Maybe check out a 0-18. I’ll stick with the hand mades.

    • #36689
      Anonymous
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    • #36683
      Anonymous
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      • #88299
        Anonymous
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        I just got acoustic guitar for christmas and i cant afford lessons I am really frustraited because I have no clue how to play. Can someone help me?

      • #83122
        Anonymous
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        • #103039
          Anonymous
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          : : FREE guitar lessons online. Interactive streaming video. GoTo http://www.digevent.com and look for "guitar mania" Dude his string set up was – 0.013, 0.015, 0.019(unwound) 0.028, 0.038, 0.058, his guitars had fat frets and his action was high, the philosophy behind this, fat tone, hard work and something very big bold and original.

    • #36684
      Anonymous
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      Looking for Information (prices?) technical specs on a VT Phaser Guitar amp. thanks

    • #36685
      Anonymous
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      My bass has recently started to have this static in the background. It is definitely not a typical buzz. I need to get it fixed but don’t have time to take it in because of gigs. Does anyone know what might cause the static.

      • #81753
        Anonymous
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        : My bass has recently started to have this static in the background. It is definitely not a typical buzz. I need to get it fixed but don’t have time to take it in because of gigs. Does anyone know what might cause the static. I’d check the cable you are using and also check the battery in the bass

    • #36682
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      Can anyone help me id an old battered SG I’ve acquired for next to nothing? Its cherry (and looks like its been dragged behind a car – very cracked glaze too), has a small Les Paul style raised scratch plate and an embossed single coil black neck pick up set on a steel plate (rounded each side of pick up). It has an obvious replacement bridge (cheap Japanese affair) and obvious replacement bridge humbucker – not sure what original was. The controls (one vol and one tone) are set on a rounded steel plate (like with pick up), tele style, but with a toggle selector switch (n, n/b, b) on the same plate. Also, it has dot inlays on the rose wood board (mother of pearl type) and a gold printed Gibson logo on the headstock. The truss rod cover is plain black. The machines are replacements, so no clues there. It has made in the USA stamped on the back of the headstock (just indentation), but no serial number that I can see. Its got a lovely sound (I use it for slide), which is suprising when you see how it looks (although I love it). Someone once told me it was a cheap early 70s version, but I’m not sure. I’d love to find out!!!! Cheers, BBB

    • #36681
      Anonymous
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      • #104047
        Anonymous
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        : Have around 13Months experience. Cheers

      • #81616
        Anonymous
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        • #82970
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        • #82990
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          : Maybe you´ll have a look at my homepage: : http://members.tripod.de/mannyffm : There you´ll find over thousend chorded songs (oldies and new ones). It´s a german site, but the songs are international :-)) If you like my Site, please sign my guestebook. CU Manny : : : Anything by Eagles,Beatles, 60`S ETC which can be picked up relatively quickly. : : Have around 6Months experience. Cheers

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            Anonymous
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    • #36680
      Anonymous
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      I have a Hamer Vector electric guitar that I kind of inhereted from a family member. I was wondering how much is it worth. I’m thinking of selling it because I don’t play. It was bought in the 1980’s. Thanks!!

    • #36678
      Anonymous
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      I was thinking about buying an EMG-81 and putting it in the bridge position on my Ibanez RG550. I was just wandering if any of you guys know of any pickups that are better than EMG. I am talking for Heavy metal, I like to use lots of harmonics and soloing…do you guys know of anything better than the EMG’s?

      • #103098
        Anonymous
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        : I was thinking about buying an EMG-81 and putting it in the bridge position on my Ibanez RG550. I was just wandering if any of you guys know of any pickups that are better than EMG. I am talking for Heavy metal, I like to use lots of harmonics and soloing…do you guys know of anything better than the EMG’s? Dude EMGs are the nuts, however, the problem I had was the Female jack connector, unless someone has come up with a better idea (which i would like to know of)its not a straight foward fit.

      • #82210
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try DiMarzio Evolution for Vai-like, high-output level sound

      • #81612
        Anonymous
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        : I was thinking about buying an EMG-81 and putting it in the bridge position on my Ibanez RG550. I was just wandering if any of you guys know of any pickups that are better than EMG. I am talking for Heavy metal, I like to use lots of harmonics and soloing…do you guys know of anything better than the EMG’s? Hey there…for the type of stuff you want to play, the EMG81 would be a good choice. Have to make sure there’s room in the control cavity for a 9v battery though. I use an 81 in my Gibson SGX and the thing drives both tube and solid state amps pretty good. It’s also a good choice if you have a Floyd Rose on your Ibanez as there are no poles on the pickup to have to line up with strings.

        • #82996
          Anonymous
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          well i have a jackson rhoads guitar with jackson pickups, i recently bought a pair of emg 81’s and 85’s and from the difference that my old pickups were, the emg’s are the best for heavy metal, i also play that kind of music, the emg’s are good for everything heavy, for example its awesome for harmonics, i didnt even know how to do harmonics but when i got the pickups it was so easy and for soloing its pretty good too cause u can here it so clearly and heavy

    • #36679
      Anonymous
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      My name is Isabel and I live in the southern part of Taiwan, I am trying to get some exposure, trying to get noticed so I can try to get a record deal…. I write my own music composition, I have no lyrics for them. If any one knows of places for auditions , local talent shows, or show cases email me at [email protected] thanks Much love, Isabel

    • #36677
      Anonymous
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      Ibanez 25R: Mint condition, only used for 4 months Nice for private jamming and jamming with friends Email me for more info on it and about price. [email protected]

    • #36676
      Anonymous
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    • #36675
      Anonymous
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    • #36674
      Anonymous
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      I would like any information on my acoustic guitar. the model says p90 and it is a Roderich Raesold. I bought It at a pawn shop and it is like new I have had it 15 or so years. I cant find any info about it. I need help. thanks johnny

    • #36673
      Anonymous
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    • #36670
      Anonymous
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      I saw an older ESP M III guitar at a local pawn shop listed for $200.00 without knowing anything about the damn thing. The white axe is signed on the body by an artist of whom I have no clue about. It has a S/S/H config and Floyed trem with one volume knob and no tone knob. Neck is bolt-on with 24 jumbo frets and dotted inlayed on the base part of the neck. There is no ESP logo on the 12th fret, just the double dotted inlay.The back neck plate has the numbers 70387.The reversed head stock has the ESP logo with "M III" written next to it.If anyone can identify this guitar for me I would greatly appreaciate it. I called an ESP office in Cali and I was told that the axe was made in japan in 1991 and retailed for $1500.Unfortunately, that was all they could say about it. Most importantly,I would like to know who the artist is that signed the axe. ————- THANKS A BUNCH!

    • #36671
      Anonymous
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      I have a Lyle 1203T with 335 pickups. I don’t know much about it including how to string it! There is no obvious way to keep the ball ends of the strings secured in the tremelo bridge since there are only slots and no holes….Any history, specs or background would be appreciated. Thanks, John

    • #36672
      Anonymous
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      Hi everybody! I desperatly try to upgrade my Mesa Boogie Triaxis in version 2.0 but can’t find the content of the Eprom that could do it. Is there a guitarist who owns one and could read his Eprom and send it to me via e-mail, I would be graceful and can even pay for it (Mesa France asks 500$!!!!!) TIA

      • #102832
        Anonymous
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        Hi, nice to know I’m not the only one who’s looking for ver 2.0 I got your e-mail and will send you it if i find it. hope you will do the same for me ! keep searching like i do 😉

    • #36669
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help me find a wiring diagram & speaker specs for a Marshall JCM 800 series model 1553 bass cabinet? This cab uses 1-15" and 2-10" speakers and is bi-ampable. Also looking for a source for parts such as handles & tolex to recover it. Thanks. Billy

      • #86386
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone help me find a wiring diagram & speaker specs for a Marshall JCM 800 series model 1553 bass cabinet? This cab uses 1-15" and 2-10" speakers and is bi-ampable. Also looking for a source for parts such as handles & tolex to recover it. Thanks. : Billy Hi! I´ve got one of the marshall bass box 1553… how much would you pay for it?

    • #36667
      Anonymous
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      does anyone know how to put a Floyd Rose guitar into lower tunings without the bridge falling down into the body cavity? if you have any advice please email me because I wont be back on the board for about a week, but you can post if you want. Thanks!

      • #101935
        Anonymous
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        First off, use aheavier set of strings. 11 guage or twelve work well. loosen the springs in the back just a little bit at a timeduring tuningso that the string tension equals the bridge position that is most comfortable for your playing. cheers!

    • #36668
      Anonymous
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      Hi everybody. The past few months I’ve been learning a little instrosurf (dick dale, the ventures, link wray, the chantays, etc.). But a few things are missing. Could anybody tell me which song structures are used is surf, which chords and scales? Until now I’ve figured out that the 12 bar blues scale is used a lot, and 6th string bar chords. But I would like to advance a little, so any help would be very welcome.

    • #36666
      Anonymous
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      I bought the said guitar last week and have found that when i switch the active on the volume /tone knobs don’t work??any ideas..i have changed the battery

      • #81580
        Anonymous
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        Check the wiring. The previous owner could have bypassed it if it wasn’t to their liking. Also some sodering may have broken loose.

    • #36663
      Anonymous
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      I found new site for ax1000g patches. http://www/geocities.com/t_jauhari/welcome.html you can find some cool patches there. Tim

    • #36664
      Anonymous
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      does anybody market guild guitar clothing like shirts or hats?

    • #36662
      Anonymous
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      I do not know if this is where to start or not, but I recently ran across Grandma Harps grave. if you as the reader do not know whom Grandma Harp is, please do your best to get this message to Merl, as I feel he would love to visit her resting place. I am posting her resting place, along with others in the Haggard family and my own family on the net. I would very much like to know if Merl has info. on the family other than what the markers say. Any of you help will be greatly appreciated. And please be assured this is not a hoax. Thank-You Pam Kusler

    • #36665
      Anonymous
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      If anyone has a fender princeton 65 could you please tell me some good settings for distortion??? E-mail me them. Thanks

      • #83307
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i need the (bass,medium,and treble settings) for a fender amp with 15 reverb on it. also how much gain to make my distortion sound good

      • #82236
        Anonymous
        Guest

        add more gain and set the master volume low and the volume high. set eq. (high, mid, low)

      • #82840
        Anonymous
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        : If anyone has a fender princeton 65 could you please tell me some good settings for distortion??? E-mail me them. Thanks Listen………. Do your self a favor and tweak your amp and in every possible way…. Find your sound.. man, Your the only one who knows what your looking for. Does the song need low growl,middy in your face or, painfull high end? look at your needs and then meet them. Pay attention to where and how your sound will fit in to your song. You can’t depend on others to tell you what sounds good.. Good luck!

        • #90960
          Anonymous
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          im anidiot : Listen………. : Do your self a favor and tweak your amp and in every possible way…. : Find your sound.. man, Your the only one who knows what your looking for. Does the song need low growl,middy in your face or, painfull high end? : look at your needs and then meet them. : Pay attention to where and how your sound will fit in to your song. : You can’t depend on others to tell you what sounds good.. : Good luck!

    • #36661
      Anonymous
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      What would be the best solution for adding reverb to a reverbless Vox amp? Digital multieffects unit, rack, or dedicated reverb unit. Any suggestions? Bearing in mind i don’t want to loose my Vox’s juicy tone.

      • #81591
        Anonymous
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        I use an Alesis Nanoverb – small, portable, good mix if reverbs. Can suck tone: sounded pretty bad with my old 100w laney head, Sounds better with my JTM45. Your Vox won’t have an effects loop. Neither of mine do either. You could try putting it in line between diagonal input patching, if your Vox has (as I think it does) that 4 input configuration. Not an ideal option, though… Any reverb, even valve units, will superimpose upon your tone. If you use natural power valve distortion a lot, this may not sound nice — reverb before distortion rarely does.

        • #103068
          Anonymous
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          i personaly use a little lineley reverb unit. its made by soundworks and i think it really fits with all vox ac30’s.try it out i think is one of the best things to go for.you’ll apreciate it. good luck..

    • #36659
      Anonymous
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    • #36657
      Anonymous
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      I have a Takamine C-134-S Classical, made 12/85. I would like to know more about it, for example how does it compare to the current C-132-S? Thank you. Mike Tuszka

    • #36660
      Anonymous
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      I’m receiving the newsletters of Toatal Fretb’d. Knowledge,and I have a question regarding the suggested background chord progressions.I want to know how to form an F#dim. chord.Could you please tell me how? Thanks,JE

      • #105115
        Anonymous
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      • #81609
        Anonymous
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        I think: EA.. orEA… ====== ====== o o o o o o o o Those might be F#dim7th though… rules ????

    • #36658
      Anonymous
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    • #36655
      Anonymous
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      Hi my name is Ralph from Germany. My English is not very good. But I need help. I need the schematic from a Marschall AVT … I want built a Transistor Amp with line in or paralleler Effekweg. If you can help me: my E-mail [email protected] Thank You

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      Anonymous
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        Anonymous
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    • #36656
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking at a washburn Idol guitar and i’m wondering how good it is, i know nothing about it.

      • #83952
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        : I’m looking at a washburn Idol guitar and i’m wondering how good it is, i know nothing about it. I "took a chance" and bought a Washburn Idol series WI24 primarily because it was soooo cheap (or should I say inexpensive). Turns out it was the BEST chance I may have ever made! I’ve been playing privately, publically, and just about everything in between for 25+ years and this guitar (with stock, factory open-coil humbuckers) is one of the best I have ever played and I’ve owned some expensive, top of the line guitars. The neck is extremly fast, the body fits well when you strap it on, and the Grover 18:1 tuners do their job very well. Only drawback: tends to be head heavy. Potential drawback: don’t know what kind of wood the body is made of (neck is maple with mahog. fretboard). But with the sound, tones, and durability, who cares what kind of wood it is. Buy one. Snobs may scoff at you playing a Washburn…until they hear it.

      • #83571
        Anonymous
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        I own i washburn idol. it is the best guitar ive ever played. its really cheap too. the best part of the guitar is the neck. the electronics in the guitar give you incredible tonal flexibility too. the vcc gives you the single coil flavor as well as the badass humbucker distortion. definately the guitar to buy.

        • #95122
          Anonymous
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          hey i just bought a washburn idol today and i was trying to find some info on how to properly intonat it and other set up stuff can you help me with the intonation thing is it any diff then a normal guitar

    • #36653
      Anonymous
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    • #36652
      Anonymous
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      I have a new instrumental on my mp3 site. If any of you would like to hear it and give me your feedback (pro-or-con) I would apreciate it. It is an instrumental but I am now way claiming to be the second coming of Vai, Satch or any of those cate. Just a "fair" guitar slinger with a new tune. The link to the song is http://artists.mp3s.com/artist_song/1736/1736183.html Lata DW

    • #36651
      Anonymous
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      I went to see apc perform several months ago, they put on a powerful show, they introduced a new song called tapeworm. I doubt this is the name of the track they seemed to be changing all the names to there songs. This song was intense, it had a fury that none of the other songs had, I was severly impressed. I’m wondering if anyone else has heard it and do they know how I can get it?

    • #36650
      Anonymous
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      i seem to have a collapsed pickup on my Epiphone SG Special…can anybody tell me how to fix it?

      • #81912
        Anonymous
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        : i seem to have a collapsed pickup on my Epiphone SG Special…can anybody tell me how to fix it? Hey , if its just the height adjustment take off the strings, unscrew the pickup ring and screw in the height adustment screw . If its the single coil type, two screws in the pickup not directly underneath the strings are the height adjustment. Let me know if that works. Peace.

    • #36649
      Anonymous
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      Can someone please help me in getting good rock sounds from this unit, I cant seem to make it sound right. This is my first effects unit. Thanks in advance.

      • #83759
        Anonymous
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        for a good rock sound i just use the setting called 90’s coz when palm muting it gives a heavy distinctive sound like metallica and early bonjovi. if uw ant softer go for the OD or adapt the setting called Monster and take of the delay feature on it – that works well!!! paul

      • #81430
        Anonymous
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        Try visit http://www/geocities.com/t_jauhari/welcome.html you can find some cool patches there. good luck Tim ———– : Can someone please help me in getting good rock sounds from this unit, I cant seem to make it sound right. This is my first effects unit. Thanks in advance.

    • #36648
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      I received a guitar a couple of years ago and it is a norma classical acoustic, iknow nothing about it other than it sounds much more beautiful than anyother classic i’ve played. does anyone know anything about these guitars?

    • #36645
      Anonymous
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    • #36647
      Anonymous
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      • #92609
        Anonymous
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      • #86396
        Anonymous
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        Sorry… couldn’t figure out how this works… Just swapped one off… retail is about $150 in fair shape. They are great guitars, basically a Les Paul with a double cut-away… Buy it to play… not for an investment. : Mac

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        Current price for an Epiphone Genesis "Custom" in great shape is around 300 to 350 american. The "DOT" model in similar shape will bring about 50 less : Hello : I am rob from the Netherlands : does nyone know what the current price is of the epiphone genesis from 1980 : greetz : Rob

    • #36646
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      Has anyone got any good sites in which i can find sheet music to just print strait off. <Matt>

      • #81444
        Anonymous
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        I don’t know about sheet music but as far as tab is concerned try http://www.tabcrawler.com

      • #81472
        Anonymous
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        : Has anyone got any good sites in which i can find sheet music to just print strait off. : <Matt> Checkout >>> http://www.olga regards

    • #36642
      Anonymous
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      OLD Japanese guitar.

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    • #36643
      Anonymous
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      tve taken up the guitar and ive been at it for almost 2 months now and im pretty good not great but ok. so all i need is to find someone to tell or show me what the "e" cord should sound like. a sound file or something. ive been trying to teach myself and books really dont give you sounds (saddly)so can anyone please help? thanx

      • #81844
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : tve taken up the guitar and ive been at it for almost 2 months now and im pretty good not great but ok. so all i need is to find someone to tell or show me what the "e" cord should sound like. a sound file or something. ive been trying to teach myself and books really dont give you sounds (saddly)so can anyone please help? thanx I would make sure that guitar is in tune. Born to be wild by steppenwolf is in key of E, also make sure your hand position is not muting any strings.

      • #81455
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        I don’t understand why this would have any importance, if you have an acoustic guitar, get a pitch pipe and tune it, then play an E chord, and that’s what it sounds like. If you have an electric, get a korg or something similar and likewise tune it and play an E chord, there you go, that’s what it sounds like. If you’re wondering what some E things would sound like, your open 6th string is an E, your open 1st string is E, 12th fret on both are E, 022100 is E, 079900 is E, etc, etc. : tve taken up the guitar and ive been at it for almost 2 months now and im pretty good not great but ok. so all i need is to find someone to tell or show me what the "e" cord should sound like. a sound file or something. ive been trying to teach myself and books really dont give you sounds (saddly)so can anyone please help? thanx

        • #83106
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          Guest

          : I don’t understand why this would have any importance, if you have an acoustic guitar, get a pitch pipe and tune it, then play an E chord, and that’s what it sounds like. If you have an electric, get a korg or something similar and likewise tune it and play an E chord, there you go, that’s what it sounds like. If you’re wondering what some E things would sound like, your open 6th string is an E, your open 1st string is E, 12th fret on both are E, 022100 is E, 079900 is E, etc, etc. : : : tve taken up the guitar and ive been at it for almost 2 months now and im pretty good not great but ok. so all i need is to find someone to tell or show me what the "e" cord should sound like. a sound file or something. ive been trying to teach myself and books really dont give you sounds (saddly)so can anyone please help? thanx

    • #36644
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anybody no anything about prodrive acoustic amps

    • #36639
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could someone please explain to me (in detail) how you play artificial "pitch" harmonics? Like on the string g string, 6th fret. what would I do?

      • #81896
        Anonymous
        Guest

        pick the string with both the thumb and the pick at the same time quite firmly.

      • #81435
        Anonymous
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        To play Pinch Harmonics you have to hold yer pick so that you can hardly see the tip of it between your index finger and thumb and you "pinch" the string and then rest your thumb gently on it You will get it sooner or later gl

        • #104878
          Anonymous
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          What do you mean pinch.How???

          • #109623
            Anonymous
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            Pinch harmonics are very easy once you get the hang of it. Technically, you don’t pinch anything. In order to obtain the effect you must grip the pick pretty firmly and place the thumb toward the tip of the pick (the part that touches the string). Now, the next part has to be done at the same time, very precisely. Once the string is plucked, touch the string with the side of the thumb VERY,VERY LIGHTLY or else you will kill the string. This is what makes the harmonic. Depending on where your thumb touches the string, a different harmonic will be produced. The most common harmonic is produced right above the middle pickup (in a three single coil setup). I hope this helps. Good luck.

            • #110791
              Anonymous
              Guest

              hey man, i was learning to play the sweet home alabama solo and the first two notes on e string, 15 and 17th frets, well, it said pinch harmonic, so i looked it up, and got here, good advice, now all i need is practice thanks man

    • #36640
      Anonymous
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      I just bought an Ibanez S-470 with a Floyd Rose lo-trs2. I like to be able to change the tuning of my guitar between standard tuning and different drop tunings constantly to play different things. I have 11-gauge stings, how can I change the tuning without going to to a gutar store and paying $50 for them to do it every time I want it done. Please help, I love this guitar! everytime

      • #109198
        Anonymous
        Guest

        eu tenho uma samic artist otima por sinal vem com uma floyd rose que nao corta as cordas mas sempre presciso afinar pois ele desafina direto sera que e problema da alavanca ou das cordas

      • #81608
        Anonymous
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        Go here http://www.musician.com/musiciansfriend_frameset.html and search (D TUNA).This is a little device that Eddie Van Halen invented to easly drop from E to D. without unclamping. : I just bought an Ibanez S-470 with a Floyd Rose lo-trs2. : I like to be able to change the tuning of my guitar : between standard tuning and different drop tunings : constantly to play different things. I have 11-gauge : stings, how can I change the tuning without going to : to a gutar store and paying $50 for them to do it : every time I want it done. Please help, I love this : guitar! : everytime

      • #81598
        Anonymous
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        For drop d I can usually just pop the nut and tune down, retighten and fine tune the rest, or do all the tuning with the tuners/fine tuners (sometimes it takes a sec, sometimes a few min)… for other tunings I have to adjust the springs and play around till it ‘falls in place’, and it usually takes a 15-30 min. Just start playing around and you’ll figure it out, it’s a simple ‘system’, so by good ole trial and error youll figure out what to loosen/tighten/adjust to get the tuning you want. As a side note $50 sounds crazy to charge someone to tune a guitar… maybe go somewhere else where they will show you how to do it if you can’t get it easily yourself. : I just bought an Ibanez S-470 with a Floyd Rose lo-trs2. : I like to be able to change the tuning of my guitar : between standard tuning and different drop tunings : constantly to play different things. I have 11-gauge : stings, how can I change the tuning without going to : to a gutar store and paying $50 for them to do it : every time I want it done. Please help, I love this : guitar! : everytime

      • #81613
        Anonymous
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        You must be kidding me! Sit down and learn how to do it! But I am sorry to say that doing a drop D on a Floyd Rose is possible but takes a considerable amount of time. You will be fine tuning the guitar for about 30 min. before you can lock it back into place. I have an Ibanez and they really dont "like" to be tuned. But otherwise you should have known what you were gettin into when you got the guitar. Sit down and work on learning how to tune it! You cant be taking it to the store and getting them to do it for you the rest of your life!

    • #36641
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      Bedrock 600 series schematic

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    • #36637
      Anonymous
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      [The body of this post has been reconstituted from replies so it may differ from what was originally written.] I am looking for a website that I can put in the serial number and get some information on the guitar. Can anyone help?, Thanks much

      • #81902
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        : I am looking for a website that I can put in the serial number and get some information on the guitar. Can anyone help?, Thanks much Try fenderforum.com

    • #36638
      Anonymous
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      does anyone know if i can get a rectified sound with a zoom gfx 707. i know the line 6 pod has one, but i dont got the $ to buy it now. thanx

      • #95604
        Anonymous
        Guest

        does any1 have the sound effect tunings that slipknot use? thanx peeps

      • #87956
        Anonymous
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        : does anyone know if i can get a rectified sound with a zoom gfx 707. i know the line 6 pod has one, but i dont got the $ to buy it now. : thanx ——————— Hi:) you can search in the YAHOO site, the words PATCH ZOOM 707 , and then yahoo will search and view some results that some GREAT SITES will be listed. BeatlesS

    • #36635
      Anonymous
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      I know this is wrong place to tell about this, but watta heck… If you don’t mind about a little extra money (about 10 to 10000$ per month), you should really read this offer: http://www.zwallet.com/new.html?user=lemmy

      • #81452
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        : I know this is wrong place to tell about this, but watta heck… If you don’t mind about a little extra money (about 10 to 10000$ per month), you should really read this offer: : http://www.zwallet.com/new.html?user=lemmy I WISH YOU’D GO AND MAKE A NUISANCE OF YOURSELF SOMEWHERE ELSE. THIS A GUITAR SITE SO PLEASE JUST GO AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • #36636
      Anonymous
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      i want to by a guitar im a beginner and im a lefty so that could limit me to what i can get anyway i can buy a honher st scorpion 3 pickups c/w hardcase lockable and a boss tu12 chromatic tuner for $400 australian about $200 US……… thanks for any info.

      • #83121
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        this was my first guitar and still my favourite 5 more down the road. it has fantastic pickups, passive EMG type things whith true humbucker at bridge and two sweet stacked single/humbuckers at the neck. the purpose of these is single coil sound with full tone and noise reduction of a humbucker. the neck is a dream to play and the trem is great. my only gripe is that here in the UK it is proving difficult to obtain new springs for the trem. they are a lot heavier than strat, floyd rose, wilkinson, etc, etc. good luck deciding

    • #36633
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      Skin toughening!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Skin toughening!

    • #36634
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a fender american texas special strat, and when I picked it up, it was wired with 9 gauge strings. Now, I have nothing against them, but I don’t particularily like them, I would like to use 13’s but as far as I can see the guitar won’t take them in standard tuning due to the tension springs on the bridge not being strong enough. Right now I’m using 11’s in standard tuning, and I’ve gone through two sets thus far on this guitar, the first was a set of D’Addario XL115’s, which worked absolutley fine, but eventually wore out. I couldn’t find them anywhere in the stores, so instead I picked up a package of GHS boomer 11’s. The D’Addario’s I didn’t wind too much, probably 2 turns if that on each string, but the GHS’s I put on, I wound quite a few times, up to 5 winds on some of the higher strings, and I’m getting a creaking noise when I bend them excessively. For instance, if I bend the higher strings, (G,B,E) up a step or two, I’ll hear a creaking, I’m not quite sure if it’s the nut or the saddles on the bridge but it’s distracting me and I can feel it slightly in the neck. I’ve already setup the guitar myself for the first set of 11’s with the action I feel best with, bridge height and truss rod adjustment, but for some reason these strings are emitting that noise. I’ve had them on for a few weeks now and I’m doubting it’s the strings themselves stretching. Any ideas?

      • #81904
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        : I have a fender american texas special strat, and when I picked it up, it was wired with 9 gauge strings. Now, I have nothing against them, but I don’t particularily like them, I would like to use 13’s but as far as I can see the guitar won’t take them in standard tuning due to the tension springs on the bridge not being strong enough. Right now I’m using 11’s in standard tuning, and I’ve gone through two sets thus far on this guitar, the first was a set of D’Addario XL115’s, which worked absolutley fine, but eventually wore out. I couldn’t find them anywhere in the stores, so instead I picked up a package of GHS boomer 11’s. The D’Addario’s I didn’t wind too much, probably 2 turns if that on each string, but the GHS’s I put on, I wound quite a few times, up to 5 winds on some of the higher strings, and I’m getting a creaking noise when I bend them excessively. For instance, if I bend the higher strings, (G,B,E) up a step or two, I’ll hear a creaking, I’m not quite sure if it’s the nut or the saddles on the bridge but it’s distracting me and I can feel it slightly in the neck. I’ve already setup the guitar myself for the first set of 11’s with the action I feel best with, bridge height and truss rod adjustment, but for some reason these strings are emitting that noise. I’ve had them on for a few weeks now and I’m doubting it’s the strings themselves stretching. Any ideas? Could be either the nut slots are to tight, or the bridge pieces are moving around. Each time I change string size it takes a little time for the neck to settle in the new sizes.

    • #36629
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      Beatles tribute band near Atlanta, GA looking for someone to play the part of John Lennon. We already have the guitars, amps, etc. Preferabley under 30 yrs old. thanks!

      • #84476
        Anonymous
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        : Beatles tribute band near Atlanta, GA looking for someone to play the part of John Lennon. We already have the guitars, amps, etc. Preferabley under 30 yrs old. thanks! I realize this is an old posting, but i thought i would respond anyway. are you still looking for a john lennon?

      • #118924
        Anonymous
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        Did you find a Lennon? I’m looking for a Beatles tribute band in the Atlanta area. Please contact me if you are performing. Thanks, Andrea

    • #36631
      Anonymous
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      Hello – I have a Laney Pro Tube head and having troubles setting it up……. can someone give me any assistance. thank you

      • #110835
        Anonymous
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        : Hello – I have a Laney Pro Tube 50 head and having troubles setting it up……. can someone give me any assistance. thank you

        • #116055
          Anonymous
          Guest

          do you still own it?

        • #111710
          Anonymous
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          I just bought a Laney Pro Tube combo (1×12) today, and I tried I buttload of combinations with the sounds. I tried it straight (through a Tele), then with my Fender Bassman (2×12), then through a TS-9 and a Blues Driver. Everything sounded great. Crank the Laney past 6 or 7 on the preamp and the master volume. The EL-84’s sound sweet. A nice compliment to the 6L6’s in the Fender amp. Now I’m A/B-ing them together and it’s quite a unique, rocking tone. THAT SAID, I’M EAGER TO HEAR NEW IDEAS, AS WELL AS SPECS ABOUT THIS GOOFBALL AMP. Bought it for $199 today… great deal on a poweful tube amp, BUT I’D LOVE TO HEAR MORE INFO ABOUT IT. HELP A BROTHER OUT. : : Hello – I have a Laney Pro Tube 50 head and having troubles setting it up……. can someone give me any assistance. thank you

    • #36632
      Anonymous
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      I trying to use heavier strings on my guitar which means I also need to use heavier springs on my Floyd Rose, does anybody know where I can but these? ANy help would be greatly appreciated. Kevin

      • #81848
        Anonymous
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        : I trying to use heavier strings on my guitar which means I also need to use heavier springs on my Floyd Rose, does anybody know where I can but these? ANy help would be greatly appreciated. : Kevin Kevin, not all trem springs are the same. check the wire diameter with your original. Also more springs with softer adjustment sometimes work.

    • #36630
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      Hi everybody, I’m a guitarist and I’m looking for: 1-sites where I can find midi files about blues, Satriani, Vai and others guitarist 2-a programme that allow me to create part for bass, drums and keyboard to play on with my guitar

    • #36628
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      An e-mail response would be appreciated. I may be trying to do something not possible with the GR33. I’m layering tracks in Cakewalk’s Guitar Studio. However, it appears I can only run one channel at a time. In other words, if I change channels (to lay down another track and patch), the original channel and patch go ‘mute’. It’s not until I return to the channel set in my GR-33 that the sound comes back on. Is it possible to assign several channels to the GR-33 and layer tracks in a midi software program? Moreover, the software program seems to ignore the patch numbers assigned to the track and accepts whatever patch is set on the GR-33 module. Any assistance appreciated.

    • #36625
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have any information on this guitar. Serial # is 880400560 or S600PWB. Purchased in the mid 80’s. I play bass and its collecting dust in my closet.

      • #84261
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have this guitar

    • #36626
      Anonymous
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      i have an Ibanez S470 with a liscensed Floyd Rose Tremelo. I’m looking for a way to lock the bridge in place. when I’m bending notes with open strings the open notes go flat. I would like it to be something I can "snap on" and off.

      • #81872
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i have an Ibanez S470 with a liscensed Floyd Rose Tremelo. I’m looking for a way to lock the bridge in place. when I’m bending notes with open strings the open notes go flat. I would like it to be something I can "snap on" and off. Try StewartmacDonald #4956.

    • #36627
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp?

      • #81557
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp? YEAH GO FUCK YOURSELF!!!!!!!!!!

      • #81565
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp? TRY A VOX AC15

      • #81910
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp? Yes, Try a DSL20 Marshall.

      • #81846
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp? My brother-in-law has high praise for the Fender Pro Junior. I like the Crate VC508 which has a surprisingly pro sounding overdrive/distortion for such a small amp. As I recall the Crate VC508 won a Guitar Player magazine shootout a few years back. Check Harmony Central and Guitar Player Online for further insight. Good Hunting!!!

        • #82832
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Can anyone recommend a good 15 Watt tube amp? : My brother-in-law has high praise for the Fender Pro Junior. I like the Crate VC508 which has a surprisingly pro sounding overdrive/distortion for such a small amp. As I recall the Crate VC508 won a Guitar Player magazine shootout a few years back. Check Harmony Central and Guitar Player Online for further insight. Good Hunting!!! Budda superdrive 18 cant be beat

    • #36624
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his.

      • #94437
        Anonymous
        Guest

        dimebag was one of my top guitarists. cant get over why some cunt with a gun gets in to a club rip dinebag felo guitarist. rocko wallasey england

      • #86077
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his. Equipment Description and Setup: Black Jack, Dimebolt, Dimeslime& Confederate Flag. Also uses Washburn Culprit. Randall WarHead Amplification. Furman PQ parametric EQ MXR 6 Band EQ Boss Noise Gate Crybaby Rackmount Wah Digitech Whammy E Bow Roland AP-2 Phase II Pedal Korg AX30G Boss CE1 Chorus Electric Mistress Flanger/Filter Matrix Soul Preacher Compressor/Sustainer Korg G1

      • #80804
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his. Ok I found the warhead and it is a 300 wat Randel warhead. That is what he plays. You can look at it at randel warhead and surch web. keith

      • #84263
        Anonymous
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        : Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his.

        • #114457
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his. Hey I believe that Dime Bag plays on a Mesa Boogie Warhead I believe what it is called.It is something like 300 wats of balls… You can check it out on mesaboogie.com Get back to me at [email protected] Keith

      • #83769
        Anonymous
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        : Can anyone tell me Dime Bags set up or where on the internet could I find an equipment list of his. Dime runs his signature guitar through a furman eq., a digitech whammy pedal and a sure wireless system into his amp.. and then in his effects loop their are various effects (phaser, delay, flanger, chorus), compresors, gates, noise reducers, and another furman eq. now dimes amp.. has 300 watts of power.. and he runs it into a cab with 4 x 12" speakers in it.. and then in to a cab with 2 x 15" speakers in it.. if you don’t have all of that equipment but want a similar sound the best thing to do is to set your gain at about 8 and crank up your bass to about 9 1/2 and put your trebble at about 6 and then tottaly cut out your mids thats where it counts … no mids… that will drop your volume but it sounds so good… you might want to get some good pickups too.. seymore duncan screamin’ demon’s are what I use.. they sound so good..

        • #84256
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          do you know where i can find dimebags tattoos

        • #84295
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          : :

    • #36623
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      bass guitar aria pro 2 mad axe

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    • #36622
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      I have a 1956 Grestch "Chet Atkins" Signature Model 6119 that I would like to sell. Excellent Shape. Serious Inquiries Only, Email for Phone Number and Price.

      • #86612
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        Guest

        : I have a 1956 Grestch "Chet Atkins" Signature Model 6119 that I would like to sell. Excellent Shape. : Serious Inquiries Only, Email for Phone Number and Price. Cameron, Do you still have the 1956 Grestch Chet Atkins Signature Model For Sale? If so, please tell me waht it is like to play. Both acoustically and using the pick up. Please send me some phots to see what it is like. Best Regards, Nick Mellor

      • #92123
        Anonymous
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        : I have a 1956 Grestch "Chet Atkins" Signature Model 6119 that I would like to sell. Excellent Shape. : Serious Inquiries Only, Email for Phone Number and Price.

        • #114768
          Anonymous
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          : nice spelling, asshole : : I have a 1956 Grestch "Chet Atkins" Signature Model 6119 that I would like to sell. Excellent Shape. : : Serious Inquiries Only, Email for Phone Number and Price.

        • #103380
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          : retard 1958 -61 is the single pickup gretsch tennesaen : : I have a 1956 Grestch "Chet Atkins" Signature Model 6119 that I would like to sell. Excellent Shape. : : Serious Inquiries Only, Email for Phone Number and Price.

    • #36621
      Anonymous
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      Hello – I have a Laney Pro Tube head and need some help ~ are there any modifications that I can do to cut down on the db boost when running a effects processor through the effects loop? I am getting TOO hot of an output. Michael please email me at [email protected]

    • #36620
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    • #36619
      Anonymous
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      I have an Ibanez RG570, it has an LO-PRO bridge (sim. floyd rose). I wanted to use .10 strings so I tuned the guitar a half tone down, but didnt work – the bridge still didnt support the tension. So I came back to the old .09 gauge. Anyone had better luck or know what to do? Thanks

    • #36618
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      Does anybody know how long http://www.MusicYo.com has been hacked? I want to buy a bass from there, (kramer for $90) but it is screwed up.

    • #36617
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      if anyone is interested in purchasing a brand new axon ax100 (guitar/synth unit) or has any information regarding using theirs, please contact me and we can talk more. Tom S. ( [email protected] )

      • #96258
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        http://www.musik-produktiv.de It’s in Germany but pretty cheap. The Axon is great!

      • #83421
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        Hi Tom. Tell me more about AX100. Good words or bad words? 😉 Rob : if anyone is interested in purchasing a brand new axon ax100 (guitar/synth unit) or has any information regarding using theirs, please contact me and we can talk more. : Tom S. ( [email protected] )

        • #92913
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          : Hi. I`m not sure about purchasing an axon ax100 or the roland gr33. I would like to discuss which is the best choice for midi guitar conversion…

          • #95265
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            It’s great, wonderfull,… I’m searching for one now, I heard it @ frankfurth musik Messe in Germany, it just blew my mind away. Tracking speed is unbelievable, …

    • #36616
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      Does anyone know where I can get the schematics for changing my mini marshall cab from mono to stereo (4 x 10 celestians powered by a tubeworks mosvalve stereo amp)

    • #36615
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ultrasonic pickups

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    • #36614
      Anonymous
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      Hello, I’ve got a Framus jazz-guitar with the number 22937-F58 carved into it. Is there anubody who has answers on these quastions : When is it made ? Where is it made ? Did a famous guitarplayer play on this model ? Does this model have a special model name ? It’s in a good condition; a good price for selling would be ? Or other usefull information ? Thanks for the help ? N.Scholberg for email: [email protected]

      • #84235
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        G’Day, I just recieved a framus that I know nothing about, and I am looking for information on its, name, when it was built and any other information that anyone has on it. It does have an accoustic jassish style body on it. The model No. is 3754 and serial No. is 9648 thanks!!!

      • #83737
        Anonymous
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        This guitar sounds great, so I would like to know something about it.

      • #82980
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        all i can tell you is that you can tell the production year by the last digits in the serial number…your is 1958. nice. : Hello, : I’ve got a Framus jazz-guitar with the number 22937-F58 carved into it. Is there anubody who has answers on these quastions : : When is it made ? : Where is it made ? : Did a famous guitarplayer play on this model ? : Does this model have a special model name ? : It’s in a good condition; a good price for selling would be ? : Or other usefull information ? : Thanks for the help ? : N.Scholberg : for email: [email protected]

      • #82953
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        Guest

        all i can tell you is that you can tell the production year by the last digits in the serial number…your is 1958. nice. : Hello, : I’ve got a Framus jazz-guitar with the number 22937-F58 carved into it. Is there anubody who has answers on these quastions : : When is it made ? : Where is it made ? : Did a famous guitarplayer play on this model ? : Does this model have a special model name ? : It’s in a good condition; a good price for selling would be ? : Or other usefull information ? : Thanks for the help ? : N.Scholberg : for email: [email protected]

        • #83917
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          : all i can tell you is that you can tell the production year by the last digits in the serial number…your is 1958. : nice. : : : Hello, : : I’ve got a Framus jazz-guitar with the number 22937-F58 carved into it. Is there anubody who has answers on these quastions : : : When is it made ? : : Where is it made ? : : Did a famous guitarplayer play on this model ? : : Does this model have a special model name ? : : It’s in a good condition; a good price for selling would be ? : : Or other usefull information ? : : Thanks for the help ? : : N.Scholberg : : for email: [email protected] humm, I got a Framus with the 35260 Serial, any details known about this one?

    • #36613
      Anonymous
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      Introducing a free, new, online Music Competition Database exclusively for: Pianists Organists Harpsichordists Composers Songwriters String Players Brass Players Opera Singers Conductors Singers/Vocalists Guitarists Choirs Instrumentalists Percussionists Woodwind Players The database features full, brochure-like information on competitions all over the world. More than 80% of the competitions listed have a combination of a website and/or email addresses, as well as indication as to whether a potential contestant can apply right online or not. The database can be viewed at http://www.stonalink.atfreeweb.com and click on Music World, then follow the links to the initial search page. If you could link this site to your resources area for musicians, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank You Rory A. Ringrose-Stona President & CEO StonaLink Creations

    • #36612
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my band is playing dazed and confused by led zeppelin, but the problem is, i dont know how to make the effects sound right at the beggining…. please help

      • #81318
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Need to know What kinda equipment you are using, then could offer some advice….

        • #104814
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i have a strat, les paul, wah wah pedal, marshall amp, and a few ibanez distortions, but i was wondeing what to buy to make that sound

    • #36611
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my band is playing dazed and confused by led zeppelin, but the problem is, i dont know how to make the effects sound right at the beggining…. please help

    • #36610
      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #36609
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ok I got a MT-2 Metal Zone, A Crate gfx30 and a Ibanez rg. Whats A GOOD Sound with Mt-2 Zone for Countdown to Extinction???

    • #36608
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking to duplicate Santana tone without investing in a Santana II. Web site says lead tone is thru Ibanez Modulation Delay onto MK I. I have not been able to find this pedal. Anyone seen/heard of it?

      • #85771
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have an Ibanez Modulation Delay pedal I’m thinking of puting up in E-bay. : Looking to duplicate Santana tone without investing in a Santana II. Web site says lead tone is thru Ibanez Modulation Delay onto MK I. I have not been able to find this pedal. Anyone seen/heard of it?

        • #89895
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : I have an Ibanez Modulation Delay pedal I’m thinking of puting up in E-bay. email me if you want to sell it. : : Looking to duplicate Santana tone without investing in a Santana II. Web site says lead tone is thru Ibanez Modulation Delay onto MK I. I have not been able to find this pedal. Anyone seen/heard of it?

      • #81454
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The Ibanez Modulation delays have been discontinued since the 80’s.Why not try a memory-man?

    • #36607
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old Electra guitar up for auction at ebay. Very nice condition and the listing has several pictures. You can find the listing at the following link. http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1447522383&r=0&t=0&showTutorial=0&ed=995870328&indexURL=0&rd=1 Thanks!

    • #36606
      Anonymous
      Guest

      fender princeton chorus amplifier

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    • #36605
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was wondering how much a Les Paul Artist with active electronics is worth? My cousin is wanting to sell it so I don’t have it here to look at the serial #. But, the last three numbers are 549. It’s black with gold hardware and it’s in pretty nice condition. That’s as specific as I can be. Sorry.

    • #36602
      Anonymous
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      : I have recently found my grandmothers guitar. I would like to know more about it, but cannot determine what make or model it is. The serial number on the back of the headstock is T57973 put on a metal plate. And it says Kluson Deluxe on the tuners. It’s a solid body electric guitar, double cutaway, twin hum bucker, separte volume and tone controls for each pick-up, a master volume and a 3-way switch, trapeze type bridge. neckplate is two round bolts or plates… Please contact me with any info.

      • #81314
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I suggest you to tahe a photograph of the guitar, scan it and post it here, it may be helpful. you can e-mail me with some data if you want good luck

    • #36603
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about a Hohner Model HGK614 guitar?

      • #91336
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I just bought one on e-bay, ill let you know when I get it…pl

    • #36604
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know where I can check on the year of production on a C.F. Martin D-35 Ser. # 272779? It’s not for sale, is in good shape, and I’m wondering what’s it worth? Thanks for your responses – [email protected]

      • #89107
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone know where I can check on the year of production on a C.F. Martin D-35 Ser. # 272779? Don’t know if you’ve gotten an answer to this but…Martin’s website has your answer. If you can’t wait, I’ll tell you that your D35 was made in 1971.

    • #36601
      Anonymous
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      band broke up, starting over with new style a la mudvayne, slipknot, etc (no costumes or masks tho). we have a drummer and a bassist, looking for (mainly) guitarist, lead singing and songwriting are a plus. must be committed / able to come to practices once every few weeks. we have access to digital recording equipment, and you must have good stage presence and loud enough gear to be heard over a vented snare drum. email me at [email protected] thanks

    • #36600
      Anonymous
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      What’s the cost of refretting? Worth it? (Yamaha CG100) Jackson/Annarbor/MI/area. Anyone know the cost of a John DeAngelico Left-hand guitar (he only made four in his luthier career.

      • #81305
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Here in Argentina it costs about U$s100. Cheap guitars ($400 under) come w/weak frets, so refretting is an option – makes your guitar really a better one. I dont know the cost of the cg100. What is the problem – are the frets very used, or you may have tuning problems?

    • #36599
      Anonymous
      Guest

      CHeck out my guitar/cvoer songs site. Its at http://www.geocities.com/serial-thrilla.rm

    • #36596
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to put a new pickup in my guitar . If anyone has any ideas on pickup for rock sounding guitar I would like your input. Also if anyone know of sites on the web that sell pickups at good price and value. Thank you for any suggestions Richard T

      • #81468
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Um well I guess it depends on what you want, if you’re into metal you’re going to definatley want at least one humbucker, provided your guitar is routed for it. You’ll end up having to buy a new pickguard I’d imagine or do some home-routing with powertools if it’s not pre-done. I guess it depends on what wood the guitar is made out of, I would necessarily want to go and spend a couple hundred bucks on a set of seymour duncan pickups to toss them into a basswood, poplar or plywood guitar because although it will improve sound you won’t get much performance over a set of cheaper pickups. I guess all I can tell you is if your guitar is made out of a higher quality wood, go with higher quality pickups (lacers, seymour duncan, dimarzio, etc) in your price range, if it’s a cheaper guitar, pickup some generic pickups. Seeing as it’s a strat style, if you go with single’s, try padding them with copper foil to eliminate noise. : I would like to put a new pickup in : my guitar . If anyone has any ideas on pickup : for rock sounding guitar I would like your input. : Also if anyone know of sites on the web that sell : pickups at good price and value. : Thank you for any suggestions : : Richard T

    • #36598
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am lookig\ng for christian music sites for all types music worship and conteporary as well as gospel.

      • #82844
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i am lookig\ng for christian music sites for all types music worship and conteporary as well as gospel. ANY MODERN CHRISTIAN MUSIC SUCH AS: JACI VELASQUEZ, KIRK FRANKLIN, PLUS ONE, SALVADOR, JARS OF CLAY…

      • #81308
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try worshiptogether.com, pretty cool site!

    • #36597
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi I bought a Parker P38. you know the cheaper Parker model which allows you to switch between standard pickups and piezo electric which gives a good electric acoustic sound. Guess what, 3 months later with only home use and not very much of that I get a dead string and crackling through the amp whenever I use the whammy bar. Anybody else out there with this problem? I took the thing back to the shop nearly 3 weeks ago and am still waiting. £500 it cost and no guitar!! I got a nice intro from Ken parker saying how much he thinks of quality, how about showing me some Ken?

      • #84043
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi, yes I have exactly the same, but I’m knackered, because I got a mate of mine to bring it to me from America(I live iN London..) The low e string piezo pick-up is broken. It is SO annoying, because I want to swap it for a jazz guitar…anyway, simon, did you get it fixed, and what did they say, any advice?

    • #36595
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I fitted a samick underbridge pickup to my Martin backpacker and it went in well. However I did not take a note of the colour coding (it has both balanced and unbalanced out) Anyone know what it is please?

    • #36594
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can some one tell me some homepage then let me download.. play a long really boring… pls some one help me….

    • #36593
      Anonymous
      Guest

      is there such a thing as a guitar that teaches you how to play or am i just beingf fooled

      • #81320
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve never heard of one, and I wouldn’t be suprised if someone hasn’t come up with one that attempts to teach you how to play… but I would be leary, and stick to the more traditional methods… if you have a link or info on a guitar that teaches you please post it… I would be curious to see it… Good luck.

    • #36590
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I consider to check out/buy a strat-style "Guitar Workshop" guitar. The owner doesn’t know the maker of the pickups on the guitar. He says that singlecoil pickups have a logo with an "u". Can anyone help ?

      • #87222
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I consider to check out/buy a strat-style "Guitar Workshop" guitar. The owner doesn’t know the maker of the pickups on the guitar. He says that singlecoil pickups have a logo with an "u". : Can anyone help ? These are ultrasonic pickups

    • #36592
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have recently found my grandmothers guitar. I would like to know more about it, but cannot determine what make or model it is. The serial number on the back of the headstock is T57973 put on a metal plate. And it says Kluson Deluxe on the tuners. It’s a solid body electric guitar, double cutaway, twin hum bucker, separte volume and tone controls for each pick-up, a master volume and a 3-way switch, trapeze type bridge. neckplate is two round bolts or plates…

      • #81288
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you should take a photograph of the guitar and post it in the web or email it to me.

    • #36591
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been playing for about 2 years and I have mostly played rythem, not lead. how can i start to practice for lead. What type of information would be helpful

      • #81286
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’am no teacher, but with 2 years of playing you probally have a pretty good foundation to start on, so if you don’t already know your scales/modes start by learning them, and I also found it really benificial learning every note on the fretboard, and then probally like you learned to play rythym, after you have the ‘basics’ start playing… to music you like (I found it easier to play ‘slower’ blues to start), improvising, exploring, and a metronome is great to work up your speed… well thats my 2 cents, sorry I can’t give you any ‘secrets’, and there is a wealth of info on the web to get started with.

        • #104802
          Anonymous
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          I dont know what kind of music do you like, but blues is great to begin cause it’s easy to catch the structure and you can play it well w/the pentatonic scale, which is the easiest to learn at the beginning. Try learning it first and email me if you want. Do it well, and build quality, then speed. Dont fatigue.

    • #36588
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have recently acquired an old Kay acoustic guitar. It is obviously one of the lower end models, but it is in mint condition and quite playable. Looking inside the soundhole, you can see the following, stamped in black ink – "N-4" and below it "L 8843". Is N-4 the model? Any way of knowing the year of manufacture? The logo is silkscreened onto the headstock, and embossed on the pickguard. Any info most appreciated. Thanks.

      • #94047
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have recently acquired a K/Kay acoustic guitar. It is obviously one of the lower end models, but it is in mint condition and quite playable. Looking inside the soundhole, you can see the following, stamped in black ink – "Model K428" and beside it "Made in Korea." Any way of knowing the year it was manufactured and it’s current value? Any other information you could provide would be most appreciated. Thanks.

    • #36589
      Anonymous
      Guest

      came across an old guitar and was wondering if anyone has ever heard of a may bell. at least that is what is written on the neck.. would appreciate any information. thanks. tom

      • #101624
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Tom, Just bought an old beat up may bell. Compared to some of the pictures I’ve seen here and there on the net, I think it is a very bottom of the line model. Did you ever find out anything else about this guitar? Thanks, Chris.

      • #81593
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve seen a few of the very collectible May Bell banjos. Other than that, I don’t know much about the banjos and nothing about the guitars. Sorry.

        • #101629
          Anonymous
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          I just recently purchased an old May-Bell guitar. My understanding is that these were made by the Slingerland Company which is more known formerly for their banjos and more recently for their drums. My May-Bell is a slightly smaller guitar. It is a flattop with sunburst finish, white bindings and pickguard and a May-Bell decal on the headstock. It has a grewat tone and wonderful action. I believe it to date from sometime between the 1930s or 40s.

    • #36587
      Anonymous
      Guest

      To Whom… Does anyone know where I can find any information about Series A Guitars? I know that they aren’t exactly the greatest, but I just bought a double cutaway semi-hollowbody. It’s old but in great shape and I’m liking it.

    • #36586
      Anonymous
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      To Whom… Does anyone know where I can find any information about Series A Guitars? I know that they aren’t exactly the greatest, but I just bought a double cutaway hollowbody. It’s old but in great shape and I’m liking it.

      • #98964
        Anonymous
        Guest

        im have the same problem then you my guit rock but y want to know more about it

      • #84607
        Anonymous
        Guest

        does anybody know who makes Series A and how good they are?

    • #36584
      Anonymous
      Guest

      tell about my guitar --roderich paesold p 90

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    • #36585
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Kent Guitars

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

    • #36582
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking for 4-12 guitar cab. blueprints if anyone could tell me where to get them that would be great

      • #93806
        Anonymous
        Guest

        do you know what wood to us to billd eletric guitar

      • #88045
        Anonymous
        Guest

        For enough money, they are available everywhere, you just need to search the internet more. Otherwise, a 4X12 is basically four speakers stuck in a box. you could make the casing whatever shape or size you want. After that, all you need to know is how to wire it, which is pretty simple. It is best to use 3/4" plywood for the outer structure, and 1/2" for everything else.

    • #36583
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Someone asked me this one: I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do that picking effect where you pick the note a certain way and it goes a couple octaves higher. you can hear this effect in a lot of Steve Vai’s playing. If you guys could send me some info on that that would be awesome. Please leave your answers here… Cheers Geoff

      • #81164
        Anonymous
        Guest

        its called an ARTIFICIAL OR PINCH HARMONIC

      • #81154
        Anonymous
        Guest

        its called an ARTIFICIAL OR PINCH HARMONICS

      • #81181
        Anonymous
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        : Someone asked me this one: : I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do that picking effect where you pick the note a certain way and it goes a couple octaves higher. you can hear this effect in a lot of Steve Vai’s playing. If you guys could send me some info on that that would be awesome. : Please leave your answers here… : Cheers : Geoff

        • #81747
          Anonymous
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          : : Someone asked me this one: : : I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do that picking effect where you pick the note a certain way and it goes a couple octaves higher. you can hear this effect in a lot of Steve Vai’s playing. If you guys could send me some info on that that would be awesome. : : Please leave your answers here… : : Cheers : : Geoff You have to damp the string with your palm near the point halfway between the fret and the bridge and pluck near that point and then take away the palm. This way the string fundamental is damped when you pluck although the string is free to vibrate so that the octave is played. When you undamp the string continues to vibrate in the octave mode.

    • #36581
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      Guest

      Anyone out there looking for a 1970s Framus Acoustic? Or just know something about them? Get in touch. Thanks Iain

      • #102399
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone out there looking for a 1970s Framus Acoustic? Or just know something about them? : Get in touch. : Thanks : Iain *****I have a Framus brownburst 12 string arch back acoustic guitar–serial number almost iilegible, but maybe 5881 (or 5831, orsomething like that). Didn"t David Bowie play a 12 string on Hunky Dory, possibly a Framus? I’d like some history on my guitar or ones similar.

      • #102419
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone out there looking for a 1970s Framus Acoustic? Or just know something about them? : Get in touch. : Thanks : Iain *****I have a Framus brownburst 12 string arch back acoustic guitar–serial number almost iilegible, but maybe 5881 (or 5831, orsomething like that). Didn"t David Bowie play a 12 string on Hunky Dory, possibly a Framus? I’d like somehistory on my guitar or ones similar.

      • #122954
        Anonymous
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        : My beautiful 12 string Framus guitar that I purchased in 1970 2nd hand, was a victim of flooding in my fair city, and now I’m trying to get a value on it for insurance purposes. Any ideas. I paid 75.00 for it in 1970

      • #93900
        Anonymous
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        Hello my father buy a framus guitar in 1970 and sometimes i play width these guitar. I want sell it for buy other guitar. contact me [email protected]

      • #82062
        Anonymous
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        Hey thats a reel cool guitar you got, I had one around 1970 but I sold it to my cousin. I think he’s still got it. The one I had was an archtop jass style guitar. I wish I never sold it. It had great tone and played very well. However I don’t know if their still being made. See ya, Keith

    • #36580
      Anonymous
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      Hi, i need to buy YAMAHA APX10NA preamp piezo &pickup all the machine for my guitar.. thanks Armando Salazar

      • #92881
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi, i need to buy YAMAHA APX10NA preamp piezo &pickup : all the machine for my guitar.. : thanks : Armando Salazar whAT IS A PIEZO PICKUP

    • #36577
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, i need to buy YAMAHA APX10NA preamp piezo &pickup all the machine for my guitar.. thanks Armando Salazar

    • #36579
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Gibson Nouveau Modei NV 185

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    • #36578
      Anonymous
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      Thank you for a great site, I have some questions on my Gibson SG serial #527885. I’m not sure of the date of manufacture, what the value is and where can I take it for a nice tune-up. It’s been banging around for years but still wails! Thanks again. Be well Phil Ipsan (212) 894-2510

    • #36574
      Anonymous
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      I’m currently wanting to upgrade/better my sound: Ibanez Series X guitar, Peavey Chorus 212 amp, Art SGX-2000 multi-effects processor. I was thinking about buying the Roland VG-88 multi-effects processor ($999.00)…but.. After doing some reading online, alot of people say single-effects are better. I’m mainly after killer distortion, but also quality effects. Would I be better off just buying a few single-effects (distortion, phasor, flanger) than purchase the (thousand dollar Roland VG-88?) Thanks, I’d appreciate any advice……also on what to buy.

      • #81310
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ever think about getting a better amp. It will make a world of difference.

    • #36575
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Montaya Les Paul Copy

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    • #36576
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Framus acoustic 12 string

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    • #36573
      Anonymous
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      Check out http://www.guitarforbeginners.com for a real easy to understand beginners site. It’s the best I’ve seen so far. It all begins to make sense.

    • #36570
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have the solo tab for the Black Crows song Hard to handle? Kind regards, Robert J. van Praag

      • #104703
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try tabcrawler.com they’re pretty good

    • #36572
      Anonymous
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      The problem is that the pickups in my guitar have been submerged inside there cases due to a fall or some such incident. It is a very inexpenseive guitar and I will be upgrading soon (mabye a Schecter C-7 Diamond Series or something) but if it would be an easy fix I would like to keep it as a backup. Thanks for you’re help and if you know about Schecter guitars tell me what you think of the C-7. Ecks (X)

      • #98328
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeah, i have a friend that has a schecter c-7 – its a really nice blue, looks good, plays terable! he swears the pick-ups dont play like he wants, (knowing him, he wants some from ratm- tim manhony’s!(- i think its mic check- song 5 – the 3:18 marking of time or so, for about 8 seconds, off the battle of los angleous cd… )its a feedback of his harmonic tap-off, and tim’s pickups recive this mexican techno radio station (but in lower volume)- due to the extreme and perscise and persition of his pick’s!- yeah, not to know from playing the experience of the diamond personally, but knowing the sound it makes, its a keeper for a good price.

    • #36571
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I consider to check out/buy a strat-style "Guitar Workshop" guitar. The owner doesn’t know the maker of the pickups on the guitar. He says that singlecoil pickups have a logo with an "u". Can anyone help ?

    • #36569
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know where I could buy a McPherson acoustic guitar, how much should I expect to pay?

      • #90969
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : Does anyone know where I could buy a McPherson acoustic guitar, how much should I expect to pay?

      • #92907
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You have to order them direct from Matt McPherson at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com or (680)366-1407. Standard wood combinations of redwood/rosewood, cedar/rosewood, or spruce/rosewood are $4,000, but having played one, they’re worth every penny!

        • #103898
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          : You have to order them direct from Matt McPherson at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com or (680)366-1407. Standard wood combinations of redwood/rosewood, cedar/rosewood, or spruce/rosewood are $4,000, but having played one, they’re worth every penny! When you can buy pretty much any Bourgeois for under $4K, no acoustic guitar is worth that much. I’ve played everything out there, except for some very small independant makers, and nothing compares to a Bourgeois. Small OM or Full Dreadnaught, Bourgeios puts them all to shame…

          • #114844
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            : : You have to order them direct from Matt McPherson at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com or (680)366-1407. Standard wood combinations of redwood/rosewood, cedar/rosewood, or spruce/rosewood are $4,000, but having played one, they’re worth every penny! : When you can buy pretty much any Bourgeois for under $4K, no acoustic guitar is worth that much. I’ve played everything out there, except for some very small independant makers, and nothing compares to a Bourgeois. Small OM or Full Dreadnaught, Bourgeios puts them all to shame… If you haven’t played a McPherson, you’re in for a BIG surprise! Check one out. You may change your mind. Roy Entin

        • #100740
          Anonymous
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          : You have to order them direct from Matt McPherson at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com or (680)366-1407. Standard wood combinations of redwood/rosewood, cedar/rosewood, or spruce/rosewood are $4,000, but having played one, they’re worth every penny!

          • #114833
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : You have to order them direct from Matt McPherson at http://www.mcphersonguitars.com or (680)366-1407. Standard wood combinations of redwood/rosewood, cedar/rosewood, or spruce/rosewood are $4,000, but having played one, they’re worth every penny! The McPherson website has a listing of dealers.

    • #36568
      Anonymous
      Guest

      um will some one finally give me some help here lol i want to know what are the first basic things i should learn first i want answers cause my fuckin teachers hasnt called me liek the bitch says he wass and if he doesnt call i am gonna go over there and startt shit lol but i was just wondering if any one had any suggestions if so please tell me thanx

      • #81313
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I will answer but you could be more specific. What music do you want to play? What kind of guitar do you have? Seems that you dont like too much studying – 🙂 Sorry for my poor english

      • #81284
        Anonymous
        Guest

        dude you write like a girl

    • #36566
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All tabs that you find on the internet are wrong! If you are looking for an exact tabv on the internet, you won’t find one beause they don’t exist. They are only close interpretations of someone. I you really want to learn the song, learn it by ear. It will probably be just as good and you areactually training your ear!! Don’t say you can’t or you haven’t been playing long enough, becasue my friend (who has been playing for two months) can pick up most songs played on the radio after only a few minutes of listening. Internet tabs are gay, because they are wrong. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME!!!! Learn buy ear or buy the damn music from the store if you refuse to beleive that your ear is capable of picking up songs!!!!!

      • #81173
        Anonymous
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        well tabs off the net are people putting what they are listening to on the internet they are doing the same thing we would doi if we were figuring the sng out ourselves only they are doing it and posting on the internet so it really doesnt matter if you figure out the song your self or from the internet

        • #104705
          Anonymous
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          No, shut up you are gay

          • #109589
            Anonymous
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            T Your banter is boring and sorely lacking insight, also This ain’t a cruising site… look for guys elsewhere.

    • #36567
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i jave bought a guitar bout 2 weeks ago and i was wondering if any one could tell the name of some songs with easy tabs you know that are esasyto play for a begginer i was also wondering what would be a good guitar for me in the future in the 300-400 doller range i was also wondering what you guys think bout b.c rich are they any good they have great looks but looks can be deceiving to so if any one has answers can you email or reply to this

      • #90813
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hi im doing a solo in front of my whole school and theirs 10101909 students so think about it HHHHEEEEELLLLPPPPPPP MMMEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • #81304
        Anonymous
        Guest

        http://www.guitarforbeginners.com/ this seems to be a really good site for beginners. I couldnt get into the tabs page, seems like they didnt finish it yet, but i’d try later. Of course you can email me for anything. Good luck!

    • #36563
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am trying to remove the laquer from a strat body but everything that i have tried on it so far has had no effect whatsoever, does any know how to do it

      • #81186
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Start sanding. I did this to mine and the only thing that worked was good ole sandpaper

    • #36564
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      I am trying to remove the laquer from a strat body but everything that i have tried on it so far has had no effect whatsoever, does any know how to do it

      • #81886
        Anonymous
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        : I am trying to remove the laquer from a strat body but everything that i have tried on it so far has had no effect whatsoever, does any know how to do it Might be polyester. Try 60 grit then 100 then 220. Paint doesn’t like sticking to a surface much finer than 320.

      • #81901
        Anonymous
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        The only way I ever managed was to sand it off by hand with fairly course sandpaper then use finer paper to restore the woodwork.

    • #36565
      Anonymous
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      Somebody knows where I can find the a crack to Guitar Pro 3.0 Demo that can enable to print the scores. ??? I tried the gp30democrk.exe but didn´t work…

      • #82371
        Anonymous
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        PLEASE – HELP ME !!!! : Somebody knows where I can find the a crack to Guitar Pro 3.0 Demo that can enable to print the scores. ??? : I tried the gp30democrk.exe but didn´t work… :

      • #110860
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if anyone has a printing patch for guitar pro 3 send it to [email protected]

      • #86373
        Anonymous
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        : Good news,guy…. : go to http://www.sakalli.net and download the FREE full version of Guitar Pro V3.0 : USER ID = HASAN OZDEMIR KEY ID = 10542-84669-82000 : Tested, sure can work!!!

        • #93210
          Anonymous
          Guest

          thanks pal

      • #83763
        Anonymous
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        OK, I’m gonna try to explain a couple of things. I had gtp 2.2 demo which lets you print but with some annoying letters on the tablature. There’s a crack for this version that removes that letters but this is possible because the "print module" is on the demo itself. What I think is that the gtp 3 demo version doesn’t have that "print module" (note that doesn`t let you print anything) so I guess that such crack is not possible. Maybe we can someday get the full version!!

      • #83569
        Anonymous
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        : Somebody knows where I can find a crack to Guitar Pro 3.0 Demo that can enable to print the scores. ???

      • #82516
        Anonymous
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        somebody just please show me the damn way to crack this ass hole …..! ThanX a lot if u did !! :

        • #91223
          Anonymous
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          Fuck you!! American pig!!!

        • #84878
          Anonymous
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          I’m downloading one from morpheus……if you havent got it get it!

        • #83777
          Anonymous
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          People… no need to get up set.. don’t yous know.. all you have to do is go to the nearest search engine (like google..) and type in what you want.. that is guitar pro 3.0 crack.. and wa la.. you have lots of pages to go to.. just fine the right one..

          • #86712
            Anonymous
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            I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

            • #103265
              Anonymous
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              hello… i´m a guitar player from Chile. Í have gp3.0 but i didn´t can find the crack for it, so… you really would help me if tou send it to me… for the music.. well …. thank you any way bye

            • #90866
              Anonymous
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              : I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

              • #95139
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Please send me this crack. My e-mail: [email protected]

              • #91249
                Anonymous
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                : : I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

                • #110080
                  Anonymous
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                  : : : I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

                  • #116838
                    Anonymous
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                    : : : : I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

                    • #116903
                      Anonymous
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                      : : : : : I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

                      • #117402
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        please could you send it to me on my e-mail adress

                      • #117748
                        Anonymous
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                        I need it also pls send to me by my e-mail address!!Thanks a lot!!

          • #86760
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I have guitar pro 3.0 crack. Send mail to me for it.

        • #83285
          Anonymous
          Guest

          anyone kind enough,please send me a url or crack or something to get printing

    • #36562
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      i wrote the post below but forgot to say that i also have acces to an ellectric guitar, what is best and easist to leann on seeing as i have no experience???? p.s i’ve only just started and am already having trouble with chords, are these easier on an eletric guitar??

      • #84238
        Anonymous
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        : i wrote the post below but forgot to say that i also have acces to an ellectric guitar, what is best and easist to leann on seeing as i have no experience???? : p.s i’ve only just started and am already having trouble with chords, are these easier on an eletric guitar??

        • #97866
          Anonymous
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          Can anyone help me? I need to Know what kind of guitar to get if i’m just getting started and haven’t been to lessons yet.

          • #112469
            Anonymous
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            Hey Annie, Im in the same boat. I dont know what guitar to learn on. Did you get any good advice?

      • #81453
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        Well this is what I would tell you, seeing as you mentioned you have an acoustic, I’ll tell you this right now, acoustic guitars generally have heavier gauge strings (unless they’re nylon) and higher actions, meaning they’re harder to play on and do more damage to uncalused fingers. I guess it depends on what style of music you’re into, I would pickup a mexi strat to start on, seeing as they’re cheap and decent guitars, set it up with 9 gauge strings and a low action. It should be easy to bar the strings and depress them, as well as move quickly along the fretboard with very little ripping of the fingers. However this is all preference, you may want to go with heavier strings for the beefier tone. : i wrote the post below but forgot to say that i also have acces to an ellectric guitar, what is best and easist to leann on seeing as i have no experience???? : p.s i’ve only just started and am already having trouble with chords, are these easier on an eletric guitar??

    • #36558
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      hi, i just got an accoustic guitar and now need to learn to play it, can anyone recommend any good books which they know are supposed to be good or they themselves have found very helpfull. i’m a total beginer and have looked at a few books which didn’t seem helpfull, anyother tips or advice would be very welcome. thanks

      • #99579
        Anonymous
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        i dont want to buy books i need sum good websites that teach the strings and stuff. HEEEEEELLLLP!!!

      • #81290
        Anonymous
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        Chords are made up of scales. I’d learn the scales, at least that’s what I’m being taught first. We’re just starting into chords and they make more sense. Bones is right about starting out under a good instructor. What I haven’t seen yet is how long it takes to program a "fine motor" skill (which is what fretting strings is) into your unconscious mind: 3,000 – 5,000 repetitions = lots of practice & patience.

      • #81172
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        Everybody wants to learn by themselves from books these days. The frustrating reality of it is that learning from books is slow and much harder than guitar should be. You don’t always understand exactly what the author means at times even with the best books. My recamendation to you, as someone who taught himself, is do a couple of months with a good friendly guitar teacher. After that if you really want to do it alone things happen a little faster and you have a good foundation. Good luck

      • #81192
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        If your trying to jump in and play songs right away your doing the wrong thing. a book can aid you but just get a chord chart and practice over and over again, once you get your chords down and can play them without duds and flow from chord to chord move on to your scales. Also once you have your chords down you can start to learn a few basic songs and make up your own stuff. GOOD LUCK

    • #36559
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      hi, i just got an accoustic guitar and now need to learn to play it, can anyone recommend any good books which they know are supposed to be good or they themselves have found very helpfull. i’m a total beginer and have looked at a few books which didn’t seem helpfull, anyother tips or advice would be very welcome. thanks

    • #36561
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      Back in the late 1960’s my mom got a guitar for my dad. it has a J and a G interwoven on the neck and says made in italy on the back of the neck. it’s an electric guitar. does anyone know what it is? my email is [email protected] you can view the guitar at yahoo profiles key word: tracerbkorn. thank you

    • #36560
      Anonymous
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      were can i find pictures of kent gutairs???????????

      • #81169
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : were can i find pictures of kent gutairs??????????? AT MARS MUSIC OR MUSICIANS FRIEND. EMAIL ME AT [email protected]

    • #36557
      Anonymous
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      are these models any good in comparison to the lp standard epiphone

    • #36556
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      i just started playying about a week ago and i have been looking for easy tabs to play i have found a few like "one" by mettalica and iuron man i am into stuff liek mettalica and ozzy lynyrd skynyrd and stuff liek that if you have any sugestions email me

      • #91513
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ———— ———— ———— ———— —-0—-2-2— 0012-2120-0——— nirvana -come as u r

      • #81665
        Anonymous
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        you want a little bit harder song try jingle bells e-0-0-0 -0-0-0 0-3 -1-1-1 -1-1- 0-0 -0 -0-3 a -2-1- 3-3- 3-

      • #81514
        Anonymous
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        : i just started playying about a week ago and i have been looking for easy tabs to play.

      • #114294
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        if u like white stripes try 7 7 10 7 5 3 2 or 5 5 8 5 3 1 0 on any string

        • #115497
          Anonymous
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          if you like System of a Down try this 3-2-0-5-3-2-0-2-3-5-7-6-5-3-2-0

      • #114291
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if u like white stripes try 7 7 10 7 5 3 2 or 5 5 8 5 3 1 0 on any string

      • #93318
        Anonymous
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        Hello, I’ve been playing for about four weeks and Im looking for some easy Tabs. I’ve found some like, Ozzy Osbourne and Metallica. So if you have any suggestions please let me know..

        • #115332
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          : Hello, I’ve been playing for about four weeks and Im looking for some easy Tabs. I’ve found some like, Ozzy Osbourne and Metallica. So if you have any suggestions please let me know.. ya ozzys tha king lol and ya i wanna lern some songs of his and i looked up tabs 4 maltalica it that stuff is bunk

          • #115743
            Anonymous
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            learn to play polly from nirvana, look for the tab with the easy chord. have fun, i learned it two weeks after i got my first guitar

      • #106521
        Anonymous
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        : i just started playying about a week ago and i have been looking for easy tabs to play I want to play easy punk songs.

      • #83747
        Anonymous
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        : i just started playying about a week ago and i have been looking for easy tabs to play i have found a few like "one" by mettalica and iuron man i am into stuff liek mettalica and ozzy lynyrd skynyrd and stuff liek that if you have any sugestions email me

        • #101891
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          Umm…ok, theres a very cool song by metalica called the dirty window. its suuuuppper easy! chose a string, either top or bottom. then play 0,3,5,0,3,5,0,3,5,7,6,5. its cool. if you cant understand my "tabs" look it up

        • #104760
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          I have only been playing the acoustic guitar for about a month now. I have searched the web to try and find tabs that are easy to learn. No chance of that. I want to learn michael jackson songs but they all seem so complicated. Most of them are chords and I havent even learned them yet. Please could you help me. Thanks

          • #108723
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            : I have only been playing the acoustic guitar for about a month now. I have searched the web to try and find tabs that are easy to learn. No chance of that. I want to learn michael jackson songs but they all seem so complicated. Most of them are chords and I havent even learned them yet. Please could you help me. Thanks

            • #111906
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              : : I have only been playing the acoustic guitar for about a month now. I have searched the web to try and find tabs that are easy to learn. No chance of that. I want to learn michael jackson songs but they all seem so complicated. Most of them are chords and I havent even learned them yet. Please could you help me. Thanks

              • #112985
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                : : : I have only been playing the acoustic guitar for about a month now. I have searched the web to try and find tabs that are easy to learn. No chance of that. I want to learn michael jackson songs but they all seem so complicated. Most of them are chords and I havent even learned them yet. Please could you help me. Thanks

                • #113872
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                  learn twinkle little sar and then start withe easer tabs ps twinkle twinkle little star is 0,0,7,7,9,9,7,5,5,4,4,2,2,0 7,7,5,5,2,2,0 all on the top string

                  • #114495
                    Anonymous
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                    yeah that is cool but i want a real song something that is a little little bit harder that is cool but in the same format. PPPPLLLLLEEEEAAAASSSSEE!!!!!!

        • #104758
          Anonymous
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          I have only been playing the acoustic guitar for about a month now. I have searched the web to try and find tabs that are easy to learn. I want to learn michael jackson songs but they all seem so complicated. Most of them are chords and I havent even learned them yet. Please could you help me. Thanks

        • #104737
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          : : i just started playying about a week ago and i have been looking for easy tabs to play i have found a few like "one" by mettalica and iuron man i am into stuff liek mettalica and ozzy lynyrd skynyrd and stuff liek that if you have any sugestions email me

          • #115609
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            learn to play deep purple (smoke in the water) i learnt it in a few mins!

      • #83609
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        • #99710
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          no worries if you need help email me i’m a begginer 2 but i know how it feels to want to strum on the guitar so to get you through the night!!! twinkle twinkle little star ps on top string 0,0,7,7,9,9,7,5,5,4,4,2,2,0 7,7,5,5,4,4,2,2, 7,7,5,5,4,4,2,2, 0,0,7,7,9,9,7,5,5,4,4,2,2,0, and if you are a relly real beginner mary had a little lamb ps on bottom string 9,7,5,7,9,9,9,7,7,7,9,9,9 9,7,5,7,9,9,9,7,7,9,7,5, and also if you just make up tabs and practice them 0,0,0,3,0,5,5,5,3,3,3, ps on top string and just keep doing that and move on to harder stugg with 2 string and then 3 and then 4 and just keep going!!!! i hope i helped you out!!!!!!!! sincerly chris

        • #84213
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          You suk. youpl nevir be anee gud at hte gitar. me faiol inglish? thats umpossible. Jimmi Page shaks es ead.

          • #91218
            Anonymous
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            Fuck off homo watch u will her my name as the best guitar player who lived ill show u u stupid fuck

            • #97237
              Anonymous
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              with an attitude like that you must be making up for something you lack…like musical skills..that would make all the sense. Good luck learning how to play "for he’s a jolly good fellow".

    • #36555
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      How the hell can people put vibrato on a note while bending it as well??

      • #81166
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        It’s really not too hard. First, use two or three fingers (for bending and vibrato strength). When you bend the note to the desired pitch, twist your wrist just a little and you will notice that the note is raised a little. Repeat the motion and there is your vibrato. As a word of caution, watch how much you twist the wrist, you don’t want to broaden the pitch too much.

      • #81159
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        Very strong fingers. Actually try bending the note with two fingers close together.

        • #81293
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          If you want to emulate other people’s sound or vibrato, take care w/your fingers – not everybody has Stevie’s fingers! So your vibrato may be different than his, e.g.

    • #36553
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      THE ROLAND GUITAR SYNTH MODEL GR-300 WAS THE MODEL WITH THE BLUE FOOT CONTROLLER. IT IS THE SOUND STILL OFTEN USED BY PAT METHENY AND WAS USED PROMINANTLY BY ARTISTS SUCH AS ADRIAN BELEW AND ROBERT FRIPP. THIS MODEL CAME WITH I BELIEVE TWO DIFFERENT MODELS ODF GUITARS ONE WAS A RED STRAT SYLE GUITAR AND THE OTHER WAS A WOOD COLOR DOUBLE CUTAWAY STYLE WITH BROWN HUMBUCKERS. YOU CAN SEE METHENY PICK THIS ONE UP. DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE OF WHERE I CAN FIND THIS ONE FOR SALE?

    • #36554
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      ROLAND GUITAR SYNTH GR-300

      This popular thread has been given its own page : ROLAND GUITAR SYNTH GR-300

    • #36552
      Anonymous
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      i have a glass slide but can’t get a good sound with it on my elec/ or acoustic, how much pressure do you apply, etc?

      • #81167
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        Very little pressure is required as the slide, not the neck and frets are sounding the note. A guitar with slightly higher action produces a better sound for me but most people don’t have multiple guitars to set them up differently

    • #36551
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      yamaha FG-340T

      This popular thread has been given its own page : yamaha FG-340T

    • #36550
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      I just bought SeaSound’s "soloist" as my device to record my guitar to Cakewalk9. However, when I attempt to record, Cakewalk doesnt seem to recognize any sound comming in. I have checked the level indicators on the Soloist. It shows that sound is comming in. I have also checked SeaSound’s software program that shows that the computer is receiving sound. In Cakewalk, I have changed the input settings to the Soloist’s input. However, when I try to record, I get nothing. Any ideas? Thanks, Steve Moore

      • #81184
        Anonymous
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        Have you set the sound cards input to the proper source. This is usually a selectable item that tells the sound card where the input is to be picked up. On mine it is a panel very much like the volume control panel You select the inptu you want to use and tune the level to suit your needs.

        • #104704
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          Thanks. It works now. steve

    • #36547
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      I was wondering if anyone out there could give me some strat advice…is there any way to modify a strat, by inserting an additional tone control pot, to give all three pickups separate tone controls?…would I have to make a new hole in the body, rewire electronics, or are packages available? is professional customization necessary? this is all kinda new to me… thanks,

      • #98331
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        i own a strat but i did a lot of modifications too it… i but in tripple humbucker and individul selection switches… as far as tone goes i made my tow tone controls master controls for all three pickups but used diffent capacitors to make one high and one low tone.. as far as adding a tone… i considering it… i considered using the volume pot as a third tone and putting a new volume in else where but i really couldn’t find a place is was comfortable with… fenr guitars as built staunchily( the only rout out a little bit of room for pickups) and will definately require body owrk to fit another pot… the other complicated thing is that the pickups selectors are different from strat to strat… find the terminal where the pickup you want to work with is soldered to that swith and solder another wire there to make the positive end… then wire is and link is bakck to the signal reutrn… which iin your strat is pry on top of the volume pot… in case you want other mods i suggest you explore this site…. it is very useful http://www.guitarnuts.com/wiring/menu.html

    • #36548
      Anonymous
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      So I’m thinking about buying a Gibson SG X. What do you think? It has a 500T humbucking pickup, If I buy it I was thinking about replacing it with an EMG 81. Help! Is this guitar worth buying?

      • #102341
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        : So I’m thinking about buying a Gibson SG X. What do what ever happened?? did u buy it?/ you think? It has a 500T humbucking pickup, If I buy it I was thinking about replacing it with an EMG 81. Help! Is this guitar worth buying?

      • #82066
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        : So I’m thinking about buying a Gibson SG X. What do you think? It has a 500T humbucking pickup, If I buy it I was thinking about replacing it with an EMG 81. Help! Is this guitar worth buying? Unless you’re playing thrash, I would stick with the stock pickup. Just about any gibson is a good axe.

    • #36549
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      I have an old BOSS ME5, which features a very nice overdrive effect ("Overdrive2"). I wonder which stand-alone pedal(s) that sounds the same?

    • #36546
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      I just bought a bass amp from this guy for $250. It’s a Peavey TNT 150 scorpion equipped. Chorus, equalizers, the works.It was made in 1989 and it’s like new. The guy said he rarely used it. Can someone give me an accurate price of what this amp is really worth and if I got a good deal. John

      • #81179
        Anonymous
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        Sounds like a good deal to me

    • #36544
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      I own a Jim Dunlop cry baby (model GCB-95). I play a shitty squier strat and I also play with a boss Ds1. I plug an adaptor into the wah, and I use a battery for the DS-1 . My problem is that the wah sounds shite sometimes. When I play high notes it sounds weak, unlike pros who use a Jim Dunlop and it sounds realy strong wah,(Morello,Hammet,Slash)Im wondering is my 2 week old Dunlop fucked, or is it the rest of my equipment. It sounds alright sometimes,just not like the pros.Does a good guitar/amp give the wah a better sound? If so, what kind of guitar/amp? Thanks.

      • #81175
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        Hmm.The DS-1 tends to be kinda shrill and dry.I had one…didn’t like it.Whats your setup?Try Wah 1st,dist. 2nd.I personally like the Boss OD-3.Or maybe you just got a bad Wah. Good Luck

    • #36545
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      Hey all, I just have two quick questions. 1) has anyone had any trouble with there acoustic washburn. I just baught one brand spankin new, and to my dismay took home a bowed neck. I talked to a sales man at another music shop and he told me that I shouldnt have baught a washburn. Anyone have any feed on this? 2) how does the Abilene acoustic compare to the Washburn. ANY opinions are will be considered. Thanks for your time! Oh yeah! the price range in these guitars are 350….

    • #36543
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      Help? I’m tring to wire in 1 Humbucker style pick-up, but no matter what type of P/U I use it sounds thin, almost "out-of-faze" and there are no other P/U in the guitar. Help also on what value capacitor(s) to use in this circut.

    • #36541
      Anonymous
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      What is the difference between flat and round wound nickel strings? Which one gives more variety in playing styles for a six string solid body electric?

    • #36542
      Anonymous
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      k

    • #36540
      Anonymous
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      Hi all, I recently purchased an Ibanez with a Floyd Rose Single Locking Tremolo, and I am having a nightmare with the tremolo arm bushing. It is a 2 piece nut type assembly that the company suggests will allow finger tip adjustment. Bull!!! I can’t keep this darn thing tight to save my life. I know on the double locking models this is not an issue (now I find out!!!). Is there any type of aftermarket fix for this or am I faced with thread locker or even worse, welding this thing to the base plate. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

      • #86548
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        Go to Stewart-McDonald or Mighty Mite. They sell a better arm with a collar bushing ($15). I have an ESP?LTD same problem. I am ordering from Mighty Mite…good luck…jake : Hi all, : I recently purchased an Ibanez with a Floyd Rose Single Locking Tremolo, and I am having a nightmare with the tremolo arm bushing. It is a 2 piece nut type assembly that the company suggests will allow finger tip adjustment. Bull!!! I can’t keep this darn thing tight to save my life. I know on the double locking models this is not an issue (now I find out!!!). Is there any type of aftermarket fix for this or am I faced with thread locker or even worse, welding this thing to the base plate. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

      • #84036
        Anonymous
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        buy a double-locking whammy dork!

    • #36537
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking to try the Duane Allman slide made by the Delta Slide Company … has anyone ever used one? Where can I get one?

      • #89876
        Anonymous
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        : I’m looking to try the Duane Allman slide made by the : Delta Slide Company … has anyone ever used one? Where can I get one? I ordered one directly from the Delta Slide Company. PO Box 774, Greenville, MS 38702-0774 I got that from an ad in a guitar magazine a couple years ago. It was $17.95. I was looking to see if they had a web site when I saw your question and I haven’t found one yet. So you might try calling information. Mike

    • #36535
      Anonymous
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      with regards to tone,playability ect…. whats a decent version of the gibson SG,s?

      • #80999
        Anonymous
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        I played on a ’68(?) S.G.Great action,good tone,and comfortable neck.Sweet to the Meat!!

    • #36539
      Anonymous
      Guest

      with regards to tone,playability ect…. whats a decent version of the gibson SG,s?

    • #36538
      Anonymous
      Guest

      with regards to tone,playability ect…. whats a decent version of the gibson SG,s?

    • #36536
      Anonymous
      Guest

      with regards to tone,playability ect…. whats a decent version of the gibson SG,s?

    • #36533
      Anonymous
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      i,ve heard so many different stories about gibson sg,s are they any good?( with regards to tone, playability ect…..)i,ve also heard the older the better?? there are so many versions, does anybody have any thoughts as to which is decent and which is not if so i,d be grateful for some info. thanks in advance

    • #36534
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      I just bought a Laney VH100R. I want to replace the output tubes from 5881’s to EL34’s. Is putting new tubes in an amp as simple as pulling the old ones out and popping the new ones in? Or is their more technical stuff to it?

    • #36532
      Anonymous
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      I will be starting lessons soon. I have never played before. What should I look for when purchasing my first guitar?

      • #81191
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        Start with something affordable. A $3000 Les Paul will sound like a $30 cheapie if you can’t play. Look for quality however because if the guitar bug really bites you then your poor old beginer axe will need to take a lot of punishment. I would personally recomend either a Squire Strat or Yamaha Pacifica 112. Both of these guitars are great quility, will take a beating and sound pretty good for the money. Remember that you will probably play your first gig in a few years with the guitar you are about to buy. Good luck and happy shopping.

      • #80985
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        I’ve been playing for about 2 years on and off. Depending on what guitar you want to buy ()electric/acoustic) I wouldn’t go nuts with the price. Just get something affordable. At the end of the day the guitar requres practice, once you have learned a few of the basic chords and maybe some scales aswell, you’ll be playing and enjoying a lot of songs, and then you can decide from there if you would like to learn further and buy a better guitar. If you practice for about a half hour a day, after a year you wll have learnt a nice bit a musical education which will hopefully leave you hungry for more. My first guitar was a cheap superstore guitar, nylon strung, and I had the for 8 months until I thought it time to get a quality steel strung guitar. Now I also have a Fender Stratocaster and I just can’t stop the buzz of picking up and playing… good luck and joy buddy.

    • #36531
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      cant afford an ac30,has anyone got a vox cambridge 30watt twin reverb,and if so i would appreciate your opinion ..thanks brian

    • #36529
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      i wanted to buy a gibson and i know the kalamazoo ones are better made. they have a 0 or 1 or something at the 5th digit of the number- is that fivth from right or left? thanx brett

      • #81281
        Anonymous
        Guest

        well, left to right seems to be the logical one, doesnt? but I cant be sure, really.

    • #36530
      Anonymous
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      I m looking for an ax 1000g manual (french or english) Can someone help me? It can’t download it on the korg site. Thanks

      • #98869
        Anonymous
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        : I m looking for an ax 1000g manual (french or english) : Can someone help me? : It can’t download it on the korg site. : Thanks

        • #105234
          Anonymous
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          : : I m looking for an ax 1000g manual (french or english) : : Can someone help me? : : It can’t download it on the korg site. : : Thanks search on "ax1000g manual" on google

      • #83441
        Anonymous
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        : I m looking for an ax 1000g manual (french or english) : Can someone help me? : It can’t download it on the korg site. : Thanks http://www.smittymusic.com/korginfo.htm Wathc this site!

    • #36528
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      ARIA FET-STP Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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    • #36527
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      Why do pickups wear out?

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    • #36524
      Anonymous
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      I’am surching for the wiring diagram for a Burns guitar built in 1965 with active tone controll. who can help me.

    • #36525
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      Hello, Does anybody know is Kramer’s new line of effects pedals are any good? I bought a Kramer Nightrider guitar half a year ago and it’s probably the best $300 I’ve ever spent in terms of musical equipment; its performance beats most guitars twice the price. Anyways, I am interested in knowing any opinions you guys have of the new Kramer pedals. Any input would be appreciated, thanks!

    • #36526
      Anonymous
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      If any of you out there are really serious about playing the guitar you can’t miss seeing robin trower this fall .Check out his tour schedule at trower power.com

      • #81001
        Anonymous
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        Debbie from a couple of posts below this one seems to agree…………I do hope that he makes it to Atlanta its been at least 8 years since I caught him last and it was a mindnumbing show at the Roxy

    • #36522
      Anonymous
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      Anyone out there doing a cover of hash pipe? If not high energy and fun to play, and the kids today seem to enjoy it.

    • #36523
      Anonymous
      Guest

      robin trower

      This popular thread has been given its own page : robin trower

    • #36521
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    • #36519
      Anonymous
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      http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1446300005 Here’s a chance to get a $1200 guitar for DIRT cheap!

    • #36520
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anybody heard of the Fender issue of the Jaco Pastorius Jass Bass? I was told that they existed but I am having no luck finding one or any info. Please help.

      • #81026
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes, the Jaco Pastorius Jazz Basses DO exist. You will not find them in any store though. At least I have never seen one in any store I’ve ever been in(even the major chains). They must be ordered.

        • #106560
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          I recently bought one in Northern California. It is fantastic!! MR

    • #36518
      Anonymous
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      Could someone please tell me which band does "Glycerine"?All this time I wuz thinkin’ it wuz Nirvana,but it’s not!!Is it "BUSH"?Help!!Also,could someone tell me if KISS uses standard tuning or whut?I’ve been catchin’ on to alotta songs lately(like Glycerine),but whut I really want to play is "RockBottom"by KISS(tha intro kix azz)but I can’t seem to match it?Can anyone help?Thanx! Ulrichkixazz (ennis_jg@hotmail)

      • #80993
        Anonymous
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        : Could someone please tell me which band does "Glycerine"?All this time I wuz thinkin’ it wuz Nirvana,but it’s not!!Is it "BUSH"?Help!!Also,could someone tell me if KISS uses standard tuning or whut?I’ve been catchin’ on to alotta songs lately(like Glycerine),but whut I really want to play is "RockBottom"by KISS(tha intro kix azz)but I can’t seem to match it?Can anyone help?Thanx! : Ulrichkixazz : (ennis_jg@hotmail) Glycerine is done by Bush AND the Kiss songs I play are all standard tuning. regards..

    • #36517
      Anonymous
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      I dont write very good in english. I have spectacular voxton bass I need information only spanish plase write me to me direction [email protected] TANKS.

    • #36516
      Anonymous
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      What is the easiest way to tune down my acoustic guitar one half step like Nirvana unplugged or most Alice in chains songs? I have struggled with this for a long time and could really use some help I also have an electric tuner could this be used to tune down a half step?, Thanks alot, as any help is appreciated!!

      • #88097
        Anonymous
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        : What is the easiest way to tune down my electuric guitar one half step like slayer,misfits, and tool songs? I have struggled with this for a long time and could really use some help I also have an electric tuner could this be used to tune down a half step?, : Thanks alot, as any help is appreciated!! thank you so much

      • #108351
        Anonymous
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        : What is the easiest way to tune down a half step? : Thanks alot, as any help is appreciated!!

        • #110718
          Anonymous
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          : : What is the easiest way to tune down a half step? : : Thanks alot, as any help is appreciated!! I just dont understand i have heard many different ways. This is for an acoustic guitar…so i can play some staind songs but its all a half step down. i need some help thanx a lot

      • #81036
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Put A capo on the first fret tune as you normally would w/ your tuner and remove the capo

        • #83886
          Anonymous
          Guest

          could u please explain in more detail , and what if you dont have a capo??

    • #36515
      Anonymous
      Guest

      fgh

    • #36514
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone who likes Stevie Ray, Kenny Wayne Shpeherd, or Jimi Hendrix should DEFINATELY check out Indigenous! If anyone has guitar tabs for Indigenous, I would really appreciate a copy, or information on how to get them. Thanks

      • #83143
        Anonymous
        Guest

        they are a high quality blues band.

      • #81319
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What is Indigenous? I dont know it

    • #36513
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how the fuck do punkrock bands get the sound they do by sliding their picks up the length of the strings of their guitars?! m in a punkrock band, and i cnt fr the life of me figure it out! sux because it’s a sound so integral to punkrock. am i doing something wrong, or is it the amp or guitar i use( it’s prbly me, tho) i use a US strat nd a mesa boogie. i don’t fukn get it! someone out there please fukn help me out!!!

      • #81011
        Anonymous
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        : how the fuck do punkrock bands get the sound they do by sliding their picks up the length of the strings of their guitars?! m in a punkrock band, and i cnt fr the life of me figure it out! sux because it’s a sound so integral to punkrock. am i doing something wrong, or is it the amp or guitar i use( it’s prbly me, tho) i use a US strat nd a mesa boogie. i don’t fukn get it! someone out there please fukn help me out!!!

        • #81611
          Anonymous
          Guest

          man, just grab your pick put it near the bridge and scratch it down your strings(thick ones e, a ,d)it helps if the pick is vertical to the ground too

    • #36512
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how the fuck do punkrock bands get the sound they do by sliding their picks up the length of the strings of their guitars?! m in a punkrock band, and i cnt fr the life of me figure it out! sux because it’s a sound so integral to punkrock. am i doing something wrong, or is it the amp or guitar i use( it’s prbly me, tho) i use a US strat nd a mesa boogie. i don’t fukn get it! someone out there please fukn help me out!!!

      • #81044
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ok, this probably wont help u at all cuz i dont play punk. but if u mean scratching ur pick against the thick strings (E,A,D) then ill just tell u how i do it. i hold the pick at a 45degree angle pointing towards the headstock, then just kinda push the pick smoothly across and slightly push down. u could also do finger slides on the fretboard to give some more affect. this probably wont help much, but good luck

        • #81462
          Anonymous
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          If what the previous guy said doesn’t make it work, for whatever reason, try turning up the treble on your amp? And make sure you’re using the bridge pickup on your strat. If you’re having trouble getting the exsact sound that you are going for (I mean tone of the "slide"), I’m not sure what kind of punk you are playing (Oldschool or Newschool) but alot of the new punk stuff uses chorus and reverb effects to make some the tones the way they are. -If this wasn’t too much information.

    • #36511
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      hey everyone .. i am residing in india (delhi) .. these days i am in search for a drummer for our band .. so all u delhites .. anyone interested can contact me on my mail address .. till then cya

      • #93610
        Anonymous
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        we need a drummer thats good and likes rock and ikes to smash things together make some new shit and likes metallica nirvana slayer godsmack led zepplin aerosmith sabbath etc. metal up your ass man rock on fuckerz

        • #115944
          Anonymous
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          : we need a drummer thats good and likes rock and ikes to smash things together make some new shit and likes metallica nirvana slayer godsmack led zepplin aerosmith sabbath etc. metal up your ass man rock on fuckerz email me

    • #36509
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      I have a nice accoustic guitar. (Goya) The model is: M-100 The serial Number is: 2128 I want to know the price of my guitar. Please, if anybody find it, send me a message… Thank you. Excuse my english beacause i come from montreal and i’m not english…

    • #36510
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      Silvertone guitar cost

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    • #36508
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      I’m using a JCM900 and I find it has a loud hiss when I’m playing clean (on both channels). Does anyone have the same problem with their 900? Thanks!

    • #36507
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know what foot switch comes with the Marshall JCM900 (4100) amp? I’ve tried a ton with no luck. Some did nothing, others cut out my Reveb (with no way to turn it back on). If you do know, can you send me the model number? OR if anyone has the schimatics for one, I guess I could make one, if I have to. Thanks!

    • #36506
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      Hi Folks, I’m doing some research for a guitar accessory design I’m busy with and I’d really, really appreciate some help. Guitars come in all shapes and sizes so if you have a guitar I’d like to know it’s measurements!! Haa Haa!! No seriously, I’m looking for the measurement in millimetres of the Thickness of the guitar head (both mine are 15mm) and the distance between the Machine Heads (not the tuning pegs), if any. If there is no space between, how deep is the machine head casing? If you have a nylon guitar on top of the above measurements I’d like to know the distances from the edge of the guitar head to the open section, the open section and the middle section. This will help me out big time because for some reason Music Shops don’t take kindly to a person attacking their Guitar stock with a tape-measure!!! Go Figure!! Many, many thanks in advance to anyone that takes the time to help me. Cheers Mel — <a href="http://www.mp3.com/MelBingham">www.mp3.com/MelBingham</a&gt;

      • #81038
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        Ooops!! Sorry I posted this twice by mistake, I spelt my name wrong on one!!! : : Hi Folks, : I’m doing some research for a guitar accessory design I’m busy with and I’d really, really appreciate some help. Guitars come in all shapes and sizes so if you have a guitar I’d like to know it’s measurements!! Haa Haa!! : No seriously, I’m looking for the measurement in millimetres of the Thickness of the guitar head (both mine are 15mm) and the distance between the Machine Heads (not the tuning pegs), if any. If there is no space between, how deep is the machine head casing? : If you have a nylon guitar on top of the above measurements I’d like to know the distances from the edge of the guitar head to the open section, the open section and the middle section. : This will help me out big time because for some reason Music Shops don’t take kindly to a person attacking their Guitar stock with a tape-measure!!! Go Figure!! : Many, many thanks in advance to anyone that takes the time to help me. : Cheers Mel : — : <a href="http://www.mp3.com/MelBingham">www.mp3.com/MelBingham</a&gt;

    • #36505
      Anonymous
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      Hi Folks, I’m doing some research for a guitar accessory design I’m busy with and I’d really, really appreciate some help. Guitars come in all shapes and sizes so if you have a guitar I’d like to know it’s measurements!! Haa Haa!! No seriously, I’m looking for the measurement in millimetres of the Thickness of the guitar head (both mine are 15mm) and the distance between the Machine Heads (not the tuning pegs), if any. If there is no space between, how deep is the machine head casing? If you have a nylon guitar on top of the above measurements I’d like to know the distances from the edge of the guitar head to the open section, the open section and the middle section. This will help me out big time because for some reason Music Shops don’t take kindly to a person attacking their Guitar stock with a tape-measure!!! Go Figure!! Many, many thanks in advance to anyone that takes the time to help me. Cheers Mel — <a href="http://www.mp3.com/MelBingham">www.mp3.com/MelBingam</a&gt;

    • #36504
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      HI I’m eyeing a sigma Dreadnaught solid top acoustic steel string at a shop. It sounds great. Does anybody have any reviews for me?

      • #95927
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        I got a Dr-1st last christmas and i have been playing the hell out of it and loving every minute of it! Two of my good friends have seagulls, but the sound quality of my Sigma beats theirs hands down. Plus, I’ve played with some other people who use more expensive Martin’s and my Sigma sounds great along with them. I play a lot of Dave Matthews and John Mayer and both sound great on this guitar. I would highly recommend it to you. : HI I’m eyeing a sigma Dreadnaught solid top acoustic steel string at a shop. It sounds great. Does anybody have any reviews for me?

    • #36503
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      I recently got my hands on an old marshall jmp superbass 100w head, it powered up but no sound came out so i replaced 2 of the power valves, still nothing, replaced the preamp vales and it works, but after about 10 minutes of use the valves really fire up and get far too hot, please can anyone help?

      • #81431
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      • #80870
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        If you don’t know shit about amps, stay away from them and go to a good tech with the sicky. (the voltage can remain in the amp even if you pulled out the lead) : I recently got my hands on an old marshall jmp superbass 100w head, it powered up but no sound came out so i replaced 2 of the power valves, still nothing, replaced the preamp vales and it works, but after about 10 minutes of use the valves really fire up and get far too hot, please can anyone help?

    • #36502
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      does anybody out there has a tablature of ben by the jackson 5 or can you recommend some sites? i mean tabs and not chords…… any body……… pleeease?…….

    • #36501
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      kl

    • #36500
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      i was lookin for used gibson les paul standards and found a couple choices, one is a 1980 model with a few cosmetic scratches and the strap screw has been moved upward (the old one probably got stripped) ($875), the other is a 1977 model in tobacco burst with belt rash ($815), and the last is a 2001 model in mint condition ($710). i have heard the recent gibson stuff is shit, but would like ur input on whcih to purchase thanx a lot fred

      • #81040
        Anonymous
        Guest

        dont fall for all that vintage crap…….just play them all and decide which one is you…….your not buying this for an investment, your buying it to play……and take a good hard look at the frets to see how worn they are if you go with a used one….trust me its expensive to have them done properly….and even worse if done by the wrong loser…..and you need to be specific about the exact model of the new LP your looking at…..at that price its either stolen(if its a standard or better)…..or it may be one of the smartwoods or one of the special purchase studios from one of the superstores…..if the latter that doesnt mean its not a good guitar….its all in what feels good to you

      • #80904
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        Fred, As a rule, the Kalamazoo made Gibsons are better than the Nashville ones. The brand new one is made in Nashville, but that’s a ridiculously low price for it (is it an Epiphone instead of a Gibson? A new Les Paul is well over $1500, sometimes up to $3500). The way to tell if the 1977 and 1980s are made in Kalamazoo or Nashville is simple. Look at the serial numbers. If the 5th number is a 0 or 1 it’s from Kalamazoo, if it’s a 5 or 6 it’s from Nashville. : i was lookin for used gibson les paul standards and found a couple choices, one is a 1980 model with a few cosmetic scratches and the strap screw has been moved upward (the old one probably got stripped) ($875), the other is a 1977 model in tobacco burst with belt rash ($815), and the last is a 2001 model in mint condition ($710). i have heard the recent gibson stuff is shit, but would like ur input on whcih to purchase : thanx a lot : fred

        • #81013
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          Ive got the same ? about my serial #……..counting either direction mine has a 2…….but mine is a 1990 studio…..so where can I get the info

        • #80989
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          hey, i read ur input and i appreciate it a lot. u said in the serial code that the 5th number is 0,1 fro kalamazoo, and 5,6 from nashville. is that 5th number counting from left side or right. cuz the 5th number from the left is an 8, but the 5th number from the right is a 0. thanx fred

        • #104511
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          New Gibsons suck? Well, they also said this from the senveties Gibs and Fenders and in a way that was true but now a lot of people think those senventies strats en teles have more character than the new ones. Just decide for yourself, I guess. I would prefer a eighties Gibson, the new ones are way to expensive I think. : Fred, : As a rule, the Kalamazoo made Gibsons are better than the Nashville ones. The brand new one is made in Nashville, but that’s a ridiculously low price for it (is it an Epiphone instead of a Gibson? A new Les Paul is well over $1500, sometimes up to $3500). The way to tell if the 1977 and 1980s are made in Kalamazoo or Nashville is simple. Look at the serial numbers. If the 5th number is a 0 or 1 it’s from Kalamazoo, if it’s a 5 or 6 it’s from Nashville. : : : i was lookin for used gibson les paul standards and found a couple choices, one is a 1980 model with a few cosmetic scratches and the strap screw has been moved upward (the old one probably got stripped) ($875), the other is a 1977 model in tobacco burst with belt rash ($815), and the last is a 2001 model in mint condition ($710). i have heard the recent gibson stuff is shit, but would like ur input on whcih to purchase : : thanx a lot : : fred

    • #36499
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      I Have a Gretch Chet Atkins Tenessean Model, Serial Number 97610. THe guitar has painted f holes anc carries a small nickle plate on the headstock with the words "Chet Atkins Tenessean Model" engraved on it. I bought this guitar second hand in 1973 in soudi Arabia and it is still in great condition. Can anybody give me information of it’s origions and age?. I satill play the guitar in a jazz band and have have sone some great gigs with it.

      • #80902
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        I have two good sources for you, one is http://www.gretschpages.com, the other is http://fretboard.org/bbs/wwwboard.html Good luck : I Have a Gretch Chet Atkins Tenessean Model, Serial Number 97610. : THe guitar has painted f holes anc carries a small nickle plate on the headstock with the words "Chet Atkins Tenessean Model" engraved on it. : I bought this guitar second hand in 1973 in soudi Arabia and it is still in great condition. : Can anybody give me information of it’s origions and age?. I satill play the guitar in a jazz band and have have sone some great gigs with it.

        • #81056
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          Need more detaild info for this but from here it looks like it’s made between somwhere’66 and ’69 : I have two good sources for you, one is http://www.gretschpages.com, the other is http://fretboard.org/bbs/wwwboard.html : Good luck : : I Have a Gretch Chet Atkins Tenessean Model, Serial Number 97610. : : THe guitar has painted f holes anc carries a small nickle plate on the headstock with the words "Chet Atkins Tenessean Model" engraved on it. : : I bought this guitar second hand in 1973 in soudi Arabia and it is still in great condition. : : Can anybody give me information of it’s origions and age?. I satill play the guitar in a jazz band and have have sone some great gigs with it.

    • #36498
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      12 string tuning

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    • #36494
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      Hi I am a studio engineer & I offer a service Of taking your fravorit band tape recordings filtering out the noise & cleaning up the music & burning it on to cd! If your interested please email me @ [email protected].. Dont let those cool jams go to waste!!

      • #115746
        Anonymous
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        Steve…have several smooth jazz cassette tapes my wife would like to play in her car…which only has a CD player. Could you convert them?

    • #36496
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      i have an old Electra Les Paul copy. I want to know if these guitars are rare because I think Gibson bought them out and destroyed many of them. I just want any information so help out if you could.TY

      • #96706
        Anonymous
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        I have an Electra thin hollow body guitar with stop tailpiece, tree of life neck inlay, natural maple, two humbuckers, three-way switch, clear knobs, ser. no. 0777108. I thought it was a mod. X-410 but believe that is wrong. Can you help identify for me and estimate the value. Guitar is in perfect shape. Thanks, Nick

      • #87967
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        : i have an old Electra Les Paul copy. I want to know if these guitars are rare because I think Gibson bought them out and destroyed many of them. I just want any information so help out if you could.TY

        • #108828
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          : : i have an old Electra Les Paul copy. I want to know if these guitars are rare because I think Gibson bought them out and destroyed many of them. I just want any information so help out if you could.TY If you look in the vintage guide book its probably a 1975-76 exc. cond. between 250-$300 they were bought out by Westone. I just bought one for $300 in mint shape. thats what the book says?

    • #36495
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      I like Led Zeppelin

      • #104495
        Anonymous
        Guest

        me too

    • #36497
      Anonymous
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      Check this out – http://www.guitarmentor.com This software is amazing… figures everything out for you. Free trial download too. It even has a 6 track recorder built in. It’s worth it just for this!

    • #36493
      Anonymous
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      Looking for a guild 83 F45CD, Sunburst EX or black

    • #36492
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      Roost Valve Amps - any info?!

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    • #36491
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      I have been playing acoustic guitar for about 3 months and trying to teach myself through tablature and chord charts, but recently I tried to play a couple songs which required a capo on the 2nd fret, My question being how are chords like a G, C or E played with a capo on the 2nd fret? and is there some sort of chord conversion for playing with a capo and if so where could I find this? Thanks for your help!!

      • #80906
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        Put the Capo on the 2nd fret, and pretend that it’s the nut…play a regular C chord shape, just like you would without the Capo, you’re just gonna play two frets higher than normal. It makes it easier to transpose things. When the music tells you to Capo on 2 and then play a C chord, you PLAY a C, but because the Capo is there, it’s actually a D chord (one whole step higher), if you put the Capo on the 3rd fret it becomes a D# (you can also call it an E flat, it’s the same thing). : I have been playing acoustic guitar for about 3 months and trying to teach myself through tablature and chord charts, but recently I tried to play a couple songs which required a capo on the 2nd fret, My question being how are chords like a G, C or E played with a capo on the 2nd fret? and is there some sort of chord conversion for playing with a capo and if so where could I find this? : Thanks for your help!!

    • #36490
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      Can I find replacement pickups and a wiring diagram for an Epiphone Les Paul SIGNATURE model?? These look kinda like mini-buckers, but they’re a little bigger. E-mailed Epiphone, and THEY didn’t have any… Any suggestions? Anybody got any of this stuff and feel like parting with it?

      • #100039
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        Those humbuckers are lo-impedence JCB-1 pickups and you can get them from Epiphone currently, or of course at ebay and the usual suspect guitar web sites. Make sure you have the matching lo-impedence switch . . or the guitar is garbage and you might as well mail it to me where I will put it out of it’s misery ~Fred

      • #81285
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        : Can I find replacement pickups and a wiring diagram for an Epiphone Les Paul SIGNATURE model?? These look kinda like mini-buckers, but they’re a little bigger. E-mailed Epiphone, and THEY didn’t have any… : Any suggestions? Anybody got any of this stuff and feel like parting with it? http://www.wcug.wwu.edu/~jamie/schems.hmtl try this site, this guy is cool and responds good luck

    • #36489
      Anonymous
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      Hi . Can anybody tell me where to get the schematics for a 3-way footswitch to a Peavy Classic . It has 7 cores wich goes into a DIN contact .

    • #36488
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      identification of takamine acoustic

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    • #36487
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      Mesa Boogie Blue Angel

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    • #36486
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      i’m trying to get info on aussie band starfighters from the 80;s featuring steve young cousin of the ac/dc brothers can anyone help?

      • #90286
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeh dude i know the bassist what you wanna know

      • #88687
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        : i’m trying to get info on aussie band starfighters from the 80;s featuring steve young cousin of the ac/dc brothers can anyone help? I’ve got a copy of their album "In Flight Movies". I didn’t realisise there was a connection with AC/DC. A great album. I don’t know anything about the band though, sorry.

      • #80604
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        I have the self titled starfighters album.

    • #36483
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      I just purchased the talk box, and I am having the worst time setting up the connections. I* play out of a rack system. do I need a seperate amp to run the unit?

      • #84042
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just purchased the talk box, and I am having the worst time setting up the connections. I* play out of a fender ultimate chorus amp, 2×12", do i need a seperate amp.. i can’t get it to work.. i can get guitar, or voice, but not both

      • #83138
        Anonymous
        Guest

        on the instruction manual , the diagram for the basic configuration, what is a "speaker cabinet" and what is the metal button used for?

      • #80887
        Anonymous
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        The best I understand it, yes you need a separate amp, or at least a speaker out that’s on a separate power amp….the point being, you have to be able to mute the regular amp’s speakers, and switch to the talkbox (I guess you could run ’em both at once, but you’d still have to mute the main speakers). Probably the easiest way to do it is to get an inexpensive amp with an external speaker jack. Use an a/b box to split the main input into your regular stage amp and into the cheapie so it’s one or the other, connect the Heil to the external speaker out of the cheap amp and run it like that. I have a little, all tube, 15 watt Crate that would work great for this actually (you can’t have it though, sorry dude). : I just purchased the talk box, and I am having the worst time setting up the connections. I* play out of a rack system. do I need a seperate amp to run the unit?

    • #36485
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      Does anyone know about the Epiphone by Gibson .. solid body Electric Guitar .. fine tuning pegs are on the bridge .. pain in the ass to change a string .. I want to sell but I know nothing about it.

      • #80867
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone know about the Epiphone by Gibson .. solid body Electric Guitar .. fine tuning pegs are on the bridge .. pain in the ass to change a string .. I want to sell but I know nothing about it. Well, this is like selling a car but the add says only: a car by the company Ford. You are not a guitar player right? And you dind’t bought it right? Please, give it back to the owner dude….

    • #36484
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old Hofner President, the neck has been broken. I had it mended with glue but it has not succeeded. Is there anyboby in the U.K that can help me

    • #36482
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i need tabs of metallica for guitar-pro3.0 thanx

      • #106573
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i need tabs of metallica for guitar-pro3.0 : thanx

        • #109599
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i need tabs of every thing for guitar-pro3.0 : : thanx >>ps. pls sent it to [email protected] too pls thnks

    • #36479
      Anonymous
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      i recently came upon a site for THE MAVERICKS and they had the lyrics but instead of chords to show you what to play, there was numbers….so i became a bit annoyed since i have no idea what these numbers represent. if anyone can help me here i would appreciate it very much. PS thankyou GUITAR SITE !!!

      • #80912
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        Guest

        What kind of numbers were they? Roman numeral, or digit. My guess is that somewhere at the beginning the key of the song was given and the numbers you see represent the chords in the different degrees of the key scale. Let’s say the song was written in the key of D Major and you see a "1" or a "I" and then you see a "5" or a "V" and then you see a "2" or a "ii". The numbers stand for a D major chord, an A major chord, and an E minor chord, respectively.

        • #104501
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          That’s known as the Nashville numbering system, and Phil’s right, mostly, although as I understand it you don’t use Roman Numerals, just regular Arabic #s. The Roman numerals tell you what fret to put a Capo on, which if you’re using the Nashville System, you don’t specifically need to be told that, instead of saying Capo II, play like it’s in G, they’ll just say it’s in the key of A and here’s the progression, 1 / 4 / 1 / 5 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 6m / 2(7) / 1 In A that’s the following chords A / D / A / E / A / B / C# / F#m / B7 / A It’s a pretty cool system if you know how to use it (I’m not fluent or anything). Also to remember, they have special signs for augmented, diminished, suspended and other jazzy chords, or sometimes they’ll just write aug, dim, etc. : What kind of numbers were they? Roman numeral, or digit. My guess is that somewhere at the beginning the key of the song was given and the numbers you see represent the chords in the different degrees of the key scale. Let’s say the song was written in the key of D Major and you see a "1" or a "I" and then you see a "5" or a "V" and then you see a "2" or a "ii". The numbers stand for a D major chord, an A major chord, and an E minor chord, respectively.

          • #109604
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            Guest

            : That’s known as the Nashville numbering system, and Phil’s right, mostly, although as I understand it you don’t use Roman Numerals, just regular Arabic #s. The Roman numerals tell you what fret to put a Capo on, which if you’re using the Nashville System, you don’t specifically need to be told that, instead of saying Capo II, play like it’s in G, they’ll just say it’s in the key of A and here’s the progression, 1 / 4 / 1 / 5 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 6m / 2(7) / 1 : In A that’s the following chords : A / D / A / E / A / B / C# / F#m / B7 / A : It’s a pretty cool system if you know how to use it (I’m not fluent or anything). Also to remember, they have special signs for augmented, diminished, suspended and other jazzy chords, or sometimes they’ll just write aug, dim, etc. yep, they call it Nashville, dont know why cause as long as I remember we use it here in Holland. lets play a "one four five" means: lets play a pentatonic blues.. : : What kind of numbers were they? Roman numeral, or digit. My guess is that somewhere at the beginning the key of the song was given and the numbers you see represent the chords in the different degrees of the key scale. Let’s say the song was written in the key of D Major and you see a "1" or a "I" and then you see a "5" or a "V" and then you see a "2" or a "ii". The numbers stand for a D major chord, an A major chord, and an E minor chord, respectively.

            • #116585
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              Guest

              They call it the Nashville numbering system because they’ve been using it in Nashville since the 50s to transcribe songs quickly in a way that lets you play it in any key without having to transpose it in your head…. It’s an actual written system, unlike when you say you’re going to play a 1, 4, 5 blues. : : That’s known as the Nashville numbering system, and Phil’s right, mostly, although as I understand it you don’t use Roman Numerals, just regular Arabic #s. The Roman numerals tell you what fret to put a Capo on, which if you’re using the Nashville System, you don’t specifically need to be told that, instead of saying Capo II, play like it’s in G, they’ll just say it’s in the key of A and here’s the progression, 1 / 4 / 1 / 5 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 6m / 2(7) / 1 : : In A that’s the following chords : : A / D / A / E / A / B / C# / F#m / B7 / A : : It’s a pretty cool system if you know how to use it (I’m not fluent or anything). Also to remember, they have special signs for augmented, diminished, suspended and other jazzy chords, or sometimes they’ll just write aug, dim, etc. : yep, they call it Nashville, dont know why cause as long as I remember we use it here in Holland. lets play a "one four five" means: lets play a pentatonic blues.. : : : What kind of numbers were they? Roman numeral, or digit. My guess is that somewhere at the beginning the key of the song was given and the numbers you see represent the chords in the different degrees of the key scale. Let’s say the song was written in the key of D Major and you see a "1" or a "I" and then you see a "5" or a "V" and then you see a "2" or a "ii". The numbers stand for a D major chord, an A major chord, and an E minor chord, respectively.

    • #36480
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      Guest

      Hello to all: My name is Manuel Romero, and I write you from Barcelona, because I have a serious problem with two of my guitars. It is a Fender Stratocaster with esperzel pegs and bridge Wilkinson -Gotoh -; and a Squier-Fender Stratocaster with pegs and series bridge (Japanese). Both are in perfect conservation state, and in two the same unheard and surprising problem that is the following one happens: When you acts down with the bar bridge, when returning that to their position, the guitar has been out of tune completely. But the topic is that the tuning ascends in all the strings, and even in some, until half tone (for example the sixth string passed E to F). And, surprisingly, when making a simple bending in each one of the strings these almost return to their correct tuning. The two guitars have been revised properly and has not been possible to find the cause of so strange behavior. Everything seems to work properly. Pegs have been revised, capo, bridge, etc… and everything seems to work well. Even in one of them the pegs, the capo and the bridge were substituted, and the problem persists. An experienced luthier of Barcelona confirms me to have seen this phenomenon in some few guitars (of models also different) and it could never determine the cause, and to proceed to the repair. Are you certain this problem type? Which can the cause of so strange behavior be? What solution does have? Thank you and see you.

      • #80881
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hello to all: : : My name is Manuel Romero, and I write you from Barcelona, because I have a : serious problem with two of my guitars. : It is a Fender Stratocaster with esperzel pegs and bridge Wilkinson -Gotoh -; : and a Squier-Fender Stratocaster with pegs and series bridge (Japanese). : Both are in perfect conservation state, and in two the same unheard and : surprising problem that is the following one happens: : When you acts down with the bar bridge, when returning that to their position, : the guitar has been out of tune completely. But the topic is that the tuning : ascends in all the strings, and even in some, until half tone (for example the : sixth string passed E to F). And, surprisingly, when making a simple bending in : each one of the strings these almost return to their correct tuning. : The two guitars have been revised properly and has not been possible to find : the cause of so : strange behavior. Everything seems to work properly. Pegs have been revised, : capo, bridge, etc… and everything seems to work well. Even in one of them the : pegs, the capo and the bridge were substituted, and the problem persists. : An experienced luthier of Barcelona confirms me to have seen this phenomenon in : some few guitars (of models also different) and it could never determine the : cause, and to proceed to the repair. : Are you certain this problem type? Which can the cause of so strange behavior : be? What solution does have? : Thank you and see you. Yes, strat trems are not made for heavy diving, better stay out of the water (mr hendrix had this problem also as you can hear on his live recordings..) there are a few solutions though if you insist on kamikaze exercises: 1.Replace the bridge with Floyd Rose. 2.Replace the tuners with locking tuners. 3.Replace the nut with a graph tech one. 4.Buy a locking nut guitar. Problem, of course is the nut. Probably the spacing is too narrow for the strings width. Strings will get stuck once the tension is released but will return to their original position when you bend them after trem work. If you don’t like all of the solutions, sand the nut a little more so the strings can freely move, oil it (or use graph tech powder) once in a while and learn to, after a down movement with the trem, to finish with a short up movement so the strings can return to their original position.

      • #80831
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I heard that wilkerson stuff behave strangly.The problem might be with that weird nut.The strings might be getting hung up on them as the tremelo bar returns. Did you check the nut??

    • #36481
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a cabinet that has 4-10" speakers. It is rated at 8 ohms. Is there anything that can be done with it so I can hook it up to my Marshall 401 combo? It calls for a 16 ohm cabinet.

    • #36478
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I have a usa strat with a weird serial number, can someone tell me what kind of prefix this is? thanx in advance… number is EE 111890

    • #36477
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi… I own an Js20 from Jackson… the old model with licensed floyd roses and 24 fret… i think it sound god but… i want i more agressive sound like heee… pantera… and i also want more substain… so i plan to buy the "pantera" Darell guitar but for this time i can’t affort it :o( so i want to change my pickup. Can someone give me idea about what pickup buy??? and also if you have other idea of what to do on my guitar to make it sound beter… thanks you in advance :o) Dime

    • #36476
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello guitar lovers… i seek on the net for some patches for the incredible ax1000g from korg… but i only find 3 sites!!!!! (only 3 all over the net!!!!!) So i think it’s an important lake in the guitar world… i cant count how many people i see on messageboard saying they have an ax1000g but no one share patches?!?!?! what the f**k??? so i have the idea to make a great page just for patches for the ax1000g… but… i miss a little bit of time and i need someone to help me… if your interesting please e-mail me at [email protected] if you have patches to share of time to give or idea it will be great :o) so bye everybody Sébastien Tremblay

      • #80722
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi Since I’m not that good in computer programing, so I can’t help you build a site, but surely I will participate in submitting patches. I’ve been searcing all over the net, and can only find 2 sites with ax1000g patches: 1. http://membres.tripod.fr/korgax1000gfx/ (not updated) 2. http://www.mfblues.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ (Updated, and I submitted some of my patches there) I can’t wait to see your site. alief ——————— : Hello guitar lovers… : i seek on the net for some patches for the incredible ax1000g from korg… but i only find 3 sites!!!!! (only 3 all over the net!!!!!) So i think it’s an important lake in the guitar world… i cant count how many people i see on messageboard saying they have an ax1000g but no one share patches?!?!?! what the f**k??? : so i have the idea to make a great page just for patches for the ax1000g… but… i miss a little bit of time and i need someone to help me… if your interesting please e-mail me at [email protected] if you have patches to share of time to give or idea it will be great :o) : so bye everybody : Sébastien Tremblay

        • #80825
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I really thanks you guy but there are 2 of the 3 sites i talk about héhéhé so you try to help me and i thank you… really :o) if you see some new ones please say it to me 🙂

    • #36475
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey i just bought a jimi hendrix dunlop wah pedal and when a have it pushes back (the bass end) i can’t even hear the notes i play. I was wondering if there is a way to make my pedal go more trebbley so i can get the low end to be out of the space where i can’t hear it. thanks

      • #80707
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes.Remove the rubber feet on the bottom.Next to the POT(tone control)you’ll see a little doo-hicky that holds the pot-turner in place.Simply push it aside and tweak the POT. Good Luck

    • #36472
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      Hay Peoples..i’m 14 years old and i have never even like played a guitar but i sooo badly want to! i’m trying to get my dad to get me an acustic (miss-spelled i know but u all get it). And a friend told me that a place called the guitar center has cheap ones and i just wanna know how much would one cost? thanx! =)

      • #80837
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The Guitar Center is only one of many places that have decent guitars that are reasonably priced. Check the stores around you and you should find some. For a beginner, I would recommend a "middle-of-the-road" acoustic. Not something that is too expensive, and not the cheapest one you can find. I would say somewhere around $200-$300 should be o.k. The reason I say that one should avoid the cheapest thing around is because it WILL completely turn you off to the guitar. It will give you nothing but trouble. Yamaha makes some great beginner acoustics, check those out. I hope this helps, and good luck! Have fun too.

        • #104509
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          Shop around a bit. Let the dealer knowthat you are a beginner and see what they have to offer. But don’t buy a really cheap guitar. You will end up with a guitar that wont hold tune an is not so easy to play. Good valuse can be had from used guitars so don’t overlook them. Good luck with your playing. You can see we all like it a lot.

    • #36474
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Help – I need 4 tuning keys for the left side (looking at back of neck with body down) and one bushing. Thanks… Dean

      • #101365
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Or you could sell it to me like that… Just suggesting

    • #36473
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I recently got a very nice Gibson Les Paul L6-S. I know nothing about the value or time frame this one was made. Can anyone help me out here? I’ve looked for a serial number but couldn’t find one. All I see is "Grover" marked on each individual tuner, and L6-S marked on the truss rod cover and of course Gibson on the head stock. Since I don’t play guitar, does someone know how to tell when this one was made and maybe an estimate of it’s value in Excellent condition? thanks, Jim Watts

      • #95272
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a Gibson L6-S in mint condition. No blemishes at all. It has square inlays on the maple fretboard. The body is blonde maple also. The serial number is 183198. I was wondering if anyone can tell me the value of this guitar and what year it was made. I am guessing ’73. It also has the original Les Paul style case in great condition with the Gibson logo and purple felt on the inside.

      • #99594
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hello, I recently got a very nice Gibson Les Paul L6-S. I know nothing about the value or time frame this one was made. Can anyone help me out here? I’ve looked for a serial number but couldn’t find one. All I see is "Grover" marked on each individual tuner, and L6-S marked on the truss rod cover and of course Gibson on the head stock. Since I don’t play guitar, does someone know how to tell when this one was made and maybe an estimate of it’s value in Excellent condition? : thanks, : Jim Watts

        • #111395
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          Guest

          : : Hello, I recently got a very nice Gibson Les Paul L6-S. I know nothing about the value or time frame this one was made. Can anyone help me out here? I’ve looked for a serial number but couldn’t find one. All I see is "Grover" marked on each individual tuner, and L6-S marked on the truss rod cover and of course Gibson on the head stock. Since I don’t play guitar, does someone know how to tell when this one was made and maybe an estimate of it’s value in Excellent condition? : : thanks, : : Jim Watts the tuning knobs are all factory to get the exact year of yout guitar i need the serial # on the back of the neck in between the top two tuning knobs …. this guitar is a wonderful RARE guitar

      • #104349
        Anonymous
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        Hmm.These guitars were made around 1976-’77. Unfortunatly,there doesn’t seem to be much demand for them.So,the going rate is about $500-$600.Played on them quite a few times…SMOKIN’! Built for speed. Good Luck

    • #36470
      Anonymous
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      I have a nice accoustic guitar. (Goya) The model is: M-100 The serial Number is: 2128 I want to know the price of my guitar. Please, if anybody find it, send me a message… Thank you. Excuse my english beacause i come from montreal and i’m not english…

      • #80671
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a nice accoustic guitar. (Goya) : The model is: M-100 : The serial Number is: 2128 : I want to know the price of my guitar. : Please, if anybody find it, send me a message… : Thank you. : Excuse my english beacause i come from montreal and i’m not english… : Don’t know the value, but KEEP THAT SUCKER!

    • #36471
      Anonymous
      Guest

      As above.

      • #97714
        Anonymous
        Guest

        get of kazaa!

    • #36468
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    • #36469
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have an ax1000g from korg and i think it’s a great machine… but i wonder if gt3 or gt5 from boss can be better and more powerfull… i think about changing my effect but im not sure… did somebody try the 2 effect and can give me a thrue idea on what to do???? and by the way… did somebody give me some patches for ax1000g???? it will be great :o) thanks

      • #80669
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I never used gt3/gt5, but many comments i’ve heard gt3/gt5’s distortions sound digital compare to ax1000g, and the they cost twice as much. I you want some ax1000g patches please visit http://www.mfblues.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk You also can share some of you patches there, like I did. good luck alief ———————- : i have an ax1000g from korg and i think it’s a great machine… but i wonder if gt3 or gt5 from boss can be better and more powerfull… i think about changing my effect but im not sure… did somebody try the 2 effect and can give me a thrue idea on what to do???? : and by the way… did somebody give me some patches for ax1000g???? it will be great :o) : thanks

    • #36466
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have an epiphone sg 310 and i,m not convinced it cuts it when it comes to lead playing i can never get the tone i,m looking for(it seems to have problems holding the tuning at the bridge end of the fretboard as well, i,m constantly checking intonation and tuning )i was thinking maybe if i got hold of a gibson it might help,.. being more expensive..if not that then have you any ideas?(except for a fender)

      • #82196
        Anonymous
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        Al, Is there a reason you said (except a Fender)? Because I sure would suggest a used Stratocaster or Telecaster. I personally am a Telecaster man myself but I also have an old Gibson SG which is a great lead guitar to

      • #104334
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i have an epiphone sg 310 and i,m not convinced it cuts it when it comes to lead playing i can never get the tone i,m looking for(it seems to have problems holding the tuning at the bridge end of the fretboard as well, i,m constantly checking intonation and tuning : )i was thinking maybe if i got hold of a gibson it might help,.. being more expensive..if not that then have you any ideas?(except for a fender) Pff.. a lot of guitars are suitable for lead playing, depending on style you choose your axe of course. On a new epiphone, changing pickups might help cuz it’s should be a decent guitar. Stay in tune is an other thing… a decent set of keys could do the job but if you’re not happy with the sound also, just sell the &%(*^&* thing and buy something else. A Gibson won’t sound necesarly better (depending of what you expect) but because it’s better build, it should stay in tune better.

      • #80705
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Don’t fall into to the trap of thinking that a Gibson is better than an Epiphone. I used to have an Epi LP that was gorgeous that I bought for $185 used and it had a flamed top! So I’d definitely buy used. And try to buy older models that hold their value. I recently bought a 1972 SG with mini-humbuckers and a bigsby for $499 on Ebay! The guitar is worth around $700 easy so look for the deals. TZ : i have an epiphone sg 310 and i,m not convinced it cuts it when it comes to lead playing i can never get the tone i,m looking for(it seems to have problems holding the tuning at the bridge end of the fretboard as well, i,m constantly checking intonation and tuning : )i was thinking maybe if i got hold of a gibson it might help,.. being more expensive..if not that then have you any ideas?(except for a fender)

        • #80821
          Anonymous
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          If you must have a Gibson, then at all costs buy one that’s at least 10 years old. The junk Gibson ships now is no better than korean and chinese made guitars. Their total lack of quality sucks.

    • #36467
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can any one help

      • #104330
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes, there is.

        • #109618
          Anonymous
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          cheres, i sopose that its the 12th fret on a bass, could i tune a normal guitar a whole octave lower and it wouldnt be bass? how would i do this? what gage strings? whould i need a nut? any one? cheers

          • #116587
            Anonymous
            Guest

            The scale of a regular guitar wouldn’t be long enough, therefore it wouldn’t work. I suggest buying a Jerry Jones 6-string bass. They go for $400-$500 and you can tune them to a baritone tuning as well, A-A or B-B. TZ : cheres, i sopose that its the 12th fret on a bass, could i tune a normal guitar a whole octave lower and it wouldnt be bass? : how would i do this? what gage strings? whould i need a nut? : any one? : cheers

            • #125653
              Anonymous
              Guest

              COULD I TUNE E-E?

    • #36463
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I dont have the serial number of the sims living large becouse my stupid brother have deleted it from my CD-ROM please mail me veryveryveryveryveryvery fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • #108140
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my mum’s friend took the booklet with the serial number for the sims livin’ it up large and i donno what to do?

        • #113581
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : my mum’s friend took the booklet with the serial number for the sims livin’ it up large and i donno what to do? fuck u u moron

          • #119070
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : my mum’s friend took the booklet with the serial number for the sims livin’ it up large and i donno what to do? : fuck u u moron HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAA

          • #119045
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : my mum’s friend took the booklet with the serial number for the sims livin’ it up large and i donno what to do? : fuck u u moron HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAA

      • #84528
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I dont have the serial number of the sims living large or sims on holiday because my stupid brother have deleted it from my CD-ROM please mail me veryveryveryveryveryvery fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • #83264
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I dont have the serial number of the sims living large becouse my stupid brother have deleted it from my CD-ROM please mail me veryveryveryveryveryvery fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • #110005
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Sims living large–cd key:2500-7106530-8309435-7672

        • #109923
          Anonymous
          Guest

          living large 2500-7106530-8309435-7672

      • #82494
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I dont have the serial number of the sims becouse my stupid brother have deleted it from my CD-ROM please mail me veryveryveryveryveryvery fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • #93384
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : No tengo el número de serie del becouse de los sims que mi hermano estúpido haber suprimidolo de mi "copia ma’s oscura"-ROM por favor me envía el!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! rápido del veryveryveryveryveryvery

          • #98075
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : No tengo el número de serie del becouse de los sims que mi hermano estúpido haber suprimidolo de mi "copia ma’s oscura"-ROM por favor me envía el!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! rápido del veryveryveryveryveryvery what

    • #36465
      Anonymous
      Guest

      where is the best place to find FREE sheet music of all of the modern POP classics

    • #36464
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know why the two power transistors get hot and fry themselves as soon as I hook up the 8ohm speaker on my Trace Elliot Supertramp 100w Guitar amp. The speaker itself tests o.k. as does the lead, so I am assuming it’s a shorted component on the output side of these transistors. Any clues as to the area of the circuit board in which I should be looking would be greatly appreciated. Ta, Rod.

    • #36462
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know if boss fx pedals are true bypass? (check by running guitar to pedal with no battery or adapter to amp and play. if you can still get the dry sound while running through the pedal with no power, it is a true bypass. if not, it means it sucks tone, volume.) thanx in advance

      • #104342
        Anonymous
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        : Does anyone know if boss fx pedals are true bypass? : (check by running guitar to pedal with no battery or adapter to amp and play. if you can still get the dry sound while running through the pedal with no power, it is a true bypass. if not, it means it sucks tone, volume.) : thanx in advance Definitely NOT True Bypass.

        • #109710
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          : : Does anyone know if boss fx pedals are true bypass? : : (check by running guitar to pedal with no battery or adapter to amp and play. if you can still get the dry sound while running through the pedal with no power, it is a true bypass. if not, it means it sucks tone, volume.) : : thanx in advance : Definitely NOT True Bypass.

    • #36461
      Anonymous
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      I need Chords & notes for song"The Gypsy" from "Jose Feliciano" (1974) please help me to find it

      • #84117
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        : I need Chords & notes for song"che sera" from "Jose Feliciano" (1974) : please help me to find it

        • #90616
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          : : I need Chords & notes for song"che sera" from "Jose Feliciano" (1974) : : please help me to find it

    • #36460
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      • #82067
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        The residual oozing of sap comes to mind here, so I reckons I knows what the screen name "cock sap" is all about. Sew your seed elsewhere you pathetic little nose-picker!

      • #81443
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        cock…sap?

      • #81317
        Anonymous
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        – Practice yoga – Practice squash – Move to Tibet and live 40 years alone – Come here and say this in my face – Introduce an umbrella in your ass and open it – Take it easier – Fuck off

      • #81185
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        Ha, Ha, Ha… what was the question ???, something about power chords ???? hahahaha, wouldn’t a ‘pro’ ask their tech or someone around the studio ??? … ha ha ha lil girl!

      • #81046
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        Hes just getting in the mood for his next big show…..you know hes gotta have a lot of angst before he really feels like hes reached his full potential on stage….all those big rock stars are like that…..ROCK ON DUDE!!!!!

      • #80688
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        so if your a pro like you said… why are you asking question here stupid bastard???????? fuck you! and bye bye

      • #80683
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        IT WAS PROBABLY A STUPID QUESTION! SO,NOBODY ANSWERED IT !!

      • #80668
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        Wow, Anger problems ??

      • #80665
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        Pro. ha! the next dime you make from playing guitar will be you first. G…

    • #36459
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      I’m looking for score or tab from SPAIN – Chick Corea If someone has an URL or tab, mail me please :))) rom

      • #81307
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        well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) Waiting for your answer…

        • #111770
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          If you have time, please copy the Spain melody and chords to me, also. I guess I need a real book! Thank you. Joe : well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. : I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) : Waiting for your answer…

          • #115166
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            Hey – I have been looking all over the net for a chord chart or tabs of ‘Spain.’ If you have a PDF or BMP file of it, please send it to me at [email protected]. Thanks!!!! : : well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. : : I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) : : Waiting for your answer…

        • #102671
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          : well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. : I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) : Waiting for your answer…

          • #115341
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            : : well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. : : I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) : : Waiting for your answer…

            • #123680
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              hi i have cakewalk and need the bass tab for spain. do u have it ? : : : well, I have the melody w/the chords, like in the Real Book – dont you have it? – but not here. : : : I will transcribe it at home, so email me and I will send you the score or tab – tell me what software do U have (sibelius, cakewalk, or may I send you a bmp?) : : : Waiting for your answer…

            • #121062
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              i reallyneed it im waiting for your answer asap thanksss

    • #36458
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      any one know what one is worth dated between 1960 and 1990?? and if the blonde versions are rarer?

      • #83442
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        : any one know what one is worth dated between 1960 and 1990?? and if the blonde versions are rarer? >>> are you selling a Super 400? What year is it? Any description available?

      • #80702
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        That’s a mighty wide range. It depends on a lot of factors, what year it was made, what condition it’s in, where it was made (Kalamazoo or Nashville), anything else special about it (natural finishes are a little less common, but not especially unusual). I’d say anywhere from $3500 to $10,000. An old friend of my family had a customized Gibson Johnny Smith (cherry red, two pickups, with his name on the fingerrest) that he bought brand new when he worked at Gibson back in the sixties, it cost him maybe $1000, he sold it to a student around 1980 or so for $800, who turned around and sold it 3 or 4 years later for about $3500. Well, the thing sold on Ebay about a year ago for $50,000 because it was a one of a kind, and in fact it’s been featured in a vintage guitar calendar and in a vintage guitar book. That just goes to show that little variations can often make a big difference in price. I’d have the thing evaluated by a competent, honest guitar dealer. : any one know what one is worth dated between 1960 and 1990?? and if the blonde versions are rarer?

    • #36456
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      I have been trying to teach myself to play acoustic guitar by playing tabs and need some help with octaves like what are they and how are they played?, could someone please explain the definition of octaves?…such as the ones used in the acoustic version of everlong by the foo fighters. any help is appreciated and if anyone has any helpful tips for learning strumming patterns by ear, that would be great!! Thanks Alot

      • #104358
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        Octaves are quite simple. It sounds like you think they are some type of chord or something, they are not. All an octave is is a certain note being played an octave higher. For example, let’s say you are playing a C Major scale starting at the 3rd fret on the 5th string, you go along your scale C,D,E,F,G,A,B technically that is the entire scale, those 7 notes. But you notice that when you play the B(the 7th note), it wants to go somewhere, it wants to resolve to a higher note, so, you resolve to the next note above the B and then the scale sounds complete right? Well, the note you resolved to was a C. Only, this C is one octave above the C you started on. See, it’s quite simple. The prefix "oct" means eight. So, an OCTave is exactly eight notes above the note you started with. I hope this helps some.

        • #106286
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          to learn strumming patterns by ear-listen very carefully to the strumming on the record. now, pick up your guitar with your hands, and strum, but, and this is important, do it JUST LIKE THE RECORD. glad to have been no help.

    • #36457
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      I have a new Larrivee D-09 that needs a set up job. I live in the Jackson, MS area, and need someone not affiliated with a guitar store that might be interested in doing this(i ordered the guitar from Guitar Center) Any help would be much appreciated

      • #81189
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        Wow….a brand new Larivee and your not happy with the setup……why in the world would you buy it then

    • #36455
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      Anyone know where I can locate a decal for my Fender Telecaster?

      • #80713
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        : Anyone know where I can locate a decal for my Fender Telecaster? yep, guitarbuilders have them usually (and some shops, here in holland for example http://www.thestring.com/ (there under construction but you can email them)

    • #36451
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      What’s new on the Hitsquad front? Well, the major news for this week is the launch of <a href="http://www.musiciansbooks.com/"><b>Musicians Books</b></a>, our latest addition to the Hitsquad network of sites for musicians. In there, you’ll find books on creating MP3s, improving audio quality and playing styles, how to get that record deal and heaps of other subjects. To celebrate, we’ve got 3 copies of <a href="http://www.musiciansbooks.com/books/SoundForge_Power/">Sound Forge POWER!</a> to give away. <a href="http://www.musiciansbooks.com/competition.shtml">Click here to find out how to win</a>

    • #36453
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      what is it that those bands like led zep and such have that makes them world famous with tons of fans??

      • #92527
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        The Band me and my Best Frinds are in is an awsome band!!! We have been together for like a year now and we are already the best!!! But see..we need another guitar….we need like 150 more dollars and no one will let us have another guitar!!! We think we have what it takes to be famous!!! The No Namers

      • #80677
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        I’ll add to what the other guys said.But,EMBRACE THE HORROR!Your average listener doesn’t give a fuck how good you are on guitar,bass,drums… O.K. Your front man has to be able to relate to the crowd(work a room). People in general ground themselves to the vocals, lyrics,melody.So,leave them singing your tunes at the end of the night.DO NOT HANG OUT WITH THE AUDIENCE AFTER A SHOW.If you bump into them,don’t snub them either.Maintain your mystic and behave like a pro. If you’re the leader,keep in contact with your crew,and forbid drugs or alcohol BEFORE THE GIG! Just a little "blue collar" advice from me. Good Luck

      • #104318
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        It is sad but it is true. The music only place second stage. Think about how much shit is out there! It’s the show that does it and yes, also the charisma. Now, there’s the problem that a lot of bands are big for some time and then just die a slow and unnoticed dead only o be replaced by the next hot thing. Other bands just try to be themselves and do what they feel is right. These bands mostly don’t reach the big audiences… or so it seems. I know it’s dangerous, but i’ll give an example: TOOL. Some people have never heard of this band, still they are great. James Maynard Keenan has charisma, the shows are something special, videoclips are pieces of art (the same goes for their cd-booklets) and the music is actually pretty simple but they go about it in such an original way that it seems very complicated. In the end, it all comes down to lots of practicing, knowing people, a shitload of luck and perseverance. The road to the top is always more interesting than the top itself. It’s lonely up there. You might end up knowing a lot of people but when you’re at the top people tend to look at you as if you are Mickey Mouse or something. Just do your thing and be good at it. me Never stop until your good becomes better and your better becomes the best. – Frank Zappa.

      • #80675
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        You can start by having shit loads of talent, determination, good songs, attitude, then get some luck. You then have to work your fucking arse off for about five years living on no money. Other than that its easy. G…

      • #80549
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        I think what Mickstar98 and Mikke said is true, you need connections and be at the right place the right time. That’S for the business. But only with that you can not attract the crows for long. You have two proof that you are "IT". Therefor you have to be charismatic and be in some ways fascinating. I played in many beands and it was all crap. I tried to play as fast as I can and make the arrangements as complicated as could be. Then, I started playing in an Elvis Cover Band. We play just rock’n’roll, sooooo simple. Three singers and two of them are charismatic. And we attract the people. And they only care about our show. We could play the biggest trash and nobody would recognize it if the show has been good. It is weird! Rock’n’Roll has no rules…and that is good!

        • #97547
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          I think that you need to play at clubs, make cd’s, talk to people, and try to talk to the people at record componeys. If you are good I think that you can make it.

          • #102713
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            you need a good song that sells you. 2 you need a good name for the band. 3 you need air play in europ not just uk as the uk only wants to sell tits and one hit wonders. 4 you need sound advice so email the prof.

      • #80542
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        they were in the right place at the right time

      • #80515
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        Frineds in the industry. : what is it that those bands like led zep and such have that makes them world famous with tons of fans??

        • #92755
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          : Frineds in the industry. I have been in bands over the past 14 years, and the one thing I have learned is this. You do not have to be world known to make money, or be well followed. Not to say you should not reach for the top, but playing the small gigs are so much more fun and impressive, that is what you will remember all of you life. No stress, and frustration, just playing good music. Even though I myself have not tasted the big time it is a dream and i stick with my theory that if it happens it happens, don’t reach be yourself and take satisfaction in the fact that you did reach at least one person, thats all that matters. : : what is it that those bands like led zep and such have that makes them world famous with tons of fans??

    • #36452
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      gday, i am going to london in a month and the travelling around europe in 3. I am looking at getting a travelling g’tar to take with me but am not sure whether i should buy before i leave (Australia) or buy when i get there. So if anyone could give me some indication of the prices of different travelling guitars in LONDON it would be really appreciated cheers Bj

      • #81451
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        I went into a shop yesterday and saw a great little Martin travel guitar for £160 or thereabouts, and also a Yamaha (which was much more comfortable to play) for £70. Maybe you could give those a try? : gday, i am going to london in a month and the travelling around europe in 3. I am looking at getting a travelling g’tar to take with me but am not sure whether i should buy before i leave (Australia) or buy when i get there. So if anyone could give me some indication of the prices of different travelling guitars in LONDON it would be really appreciated : cheers : Bj

      • #80520
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        Do you mean those slim lightweight guitars? I’ve lived in London for 3 years and to be honest I haven’t seen a huge range of them. Guitar prices in general are quite high in London but sometimes you can find a bargain (try Denmark Street, there’s a real mixture of stuff there – but go round all the shops before you buy as some are very overpriced!!) If you can get a reasonably cheap one in Australia I would recommend buying it there. : gday, i am going to london in a month and the travelling around europe in 3. I am looking at getting a travelling g’tar to take with me but am not sure whether i should buy before i leave (Australia) or buy when i get there. So if anyone could give me some indication of the prices of different travelling guitars in LONDON it would be really appreciated : cheers : Bj

        • #83116
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          im lookin to get a new guitar wich is a step up from my strat. i want an elaborate design, like a jakson or bc rich, but i dont wanna spend over £500. any suggestions of places i can look? thanx

    • #36454
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      Problems with my floyd rose system!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Problems with my floyd rose system!

    • #36449
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      Hepp! Anyone holding a wiring diagram for the Gibson S1 (Both ’75 & ’78 mod.)

      • #113964
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        I have an S1. I got a wiring diagram from Gibson’s web site through their tech support link. I don’t know what I did with mine or else I’d send it to you. It’s pretty simple though. Hope this helps. : Hepp! : Anyone holding a wiring diagram for the Gibson S1 (Both ’75 & ’78 mod.)

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      • #105219
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        well first of all that was a waste of freakin time my gosh i can pick really fast and crap, but sheesh that was stinkin terrible there were just loads of nasty in that ….and honesty i think i can play faster than you, and better too , so take that and eat it.

      • #80892
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        Hey! Thanks for listening! Here are the answers to your questions: How many hours do you practice? About 2 per day. How many years have you been playing? About 9. What books and teachers have you been through? BM in Theory/Composition from Ball State MM in Composition from Bowling Green State. 8 Semesters of percussion. 2 Semesters of classical guitar. 2 Semesters of jazz guitar. At what age did you start playing? Drums at 10. Guitar at 17. What guitar and string gauge are you using? Ibanez X DT250 and DT350 both with Nines.

      • #80695
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        SORRY IF I SOUND LIKE AN ASS RIGHT NOW!! I’M NOT SAYING IS NOT FAST, I’M SAYING IT’S NOT GOOD! SHRED IS DEAD MAN.

      • #80701
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        dude your right. you do sound like an ass. the song sounds cool though. -b

        • #81177
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          whatever happened to style and feeling. Yea, you can pick yur ass off but who cares. If I wanna here that, I’ll listen to Yngwie.

    • #36448
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      I posted a message earlier but I forgot to post my email address. It’s [email protected]. This is regards to the Gibson 1960 re-issue Les Paul Special message that I posted earlier. Thank you, With Respect, Greg.

      • #80514
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        : I posted a message earlier but I forgot to post my email address. It’s [email protected]. This is regards to the Gibson 1960 re-issue Les Paul Special message that I posted earlier. Thank you, With Respect, Greg. :Assuming you are talking about the Custom Shop reissue, I would get a real (vintage) LP Special. They arent that much more expensive. I saw one at GC of all places for 2K. It played like a dream and was in better than good shape.

    • #36446
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      I m thinking of changing the pickups on my LTD to EMG60(neck) and EMG85(bridge). The problem is…..will it be compatible with the efx processor i’m using now?Currently,I m using Digitech RP20 and will the low impedence output of the pickup overload the high impedence input of the processor?What could be the worst result?Is there any way to check if it’s suitable b4 i invest in the pickups?

    • #36444
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      I need a wiring schematic for a Marshall 8240 Valvestate. Anyone got one or know of where I can get one?

      • #83770
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        : I need a wiring schematic for a Marshall 8240 Valvestate. Anyone got one or know of where I can get one? I also need it ! I want to modify the stereo FX loop to make it serial instead of parallel. Anyone can help ? thx.

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