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    • #50846
      Anonymous
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      I noticed the other day I have a few light to medium scratches of the body of my lacquer bodied Strat while playing the other day. Does anyone have any tips as to how to remove these? Will the Fender Instrument Care Kit that boasts "will remove sweat stains, oil, and light scratches" do the trick? HELP NEEDED, PLEASE!

      • #100326
        Anonymous
        Guest

        all those scratches add character, take a look at SRV’s strat, or Rory Gallagher’s. Lee

      • #100308
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Jesus man dont cry over a few scratches, its only a fender, anywyas, yes depending on how well you buff it and shit that kit will work, i use it for the belt scratches on the back of my 85 charvel when i show it off at guitars shows. Trevor : I noticed the other day I have a few light to medium scratches of the body of my lacquer bodied Strat while playing the other day. Does anyone have any tips as to how to remove these? Will the Fender Instrument Care Kit that boasts "will remove sweat stains, oil, and light scratches" do the trick? HELP NEEDED, PLEASE!

    • #50845
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think i have a norma semi hollow, i got it from a friend for free, and he said he got it for five bucks. the neck doesnt look entirely original though. it has two z type black pickups, a rotary switch to select between each part of the split coil, and a switch to select all the pickups. the neck inlay are N’s and it has two f holes. if anyone has a guitar similar to this description, or has pictures of any normas (or other brands) that look like this, please email me at [email protected]

    • #50844
      Anonymous
      Guest

      in 1983 i bought a TEMPEST strat copy.it cost £128:00p (a fair bit then young ‘uns!!)..black,maple neck,sounded like a strat but felt better than many. i let it go for beer money when i fell in a trench..22 years later i got it back for 1 pint!! it played better but the electrics were half dead..(still are)i got new machine heads etc it tunes fine..when i repair/replace the electrics my TEMPEST strat copy will be in with a shout for best copy in …..?

      • #100180
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Huh?, Must not be from around here…. : in 1983 i bought a TEMPEST strat copy.it cost £128:00p : (a fair bit then young ‘uns!!)..black,maple neck,sounded like a strat but felt better than many. : i let it go for beer money when i fell in a trench..22 years later i got it back for 1 pint!! it played better but the electrics were half dead..(still are)i got new machine heads etc it tunes fine..when i repair/replace the electrics my TEMPEST strat copy : will be in with a shout for best copy in …..?

        • #109705
          Anonymous
          Guest

          right.

    • #50843
      Anonymous
      Guest

      a bullock is about to plough a field, the field is 100 metres long, and 25 metres wide, with each step the bullock takes it moves forward 1 metre, the plough itself is 2.5 meters wide, if the bull started in the bottom left corner, and exits at the top right corner, how many hoof prints will be left in the field after it is ploughed?? it is the european type bullock with the standard 4 hoofs, not a custom with 5 hoofs and a gold bell, or a special with 3 hoofs and one eye. any answers??? Lee

    • #50842
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok. so, i’m a newer guitar player. i’ve only been playing about a year and i just got my first gig amp. can somebody tell me what reverb and all that stuff is. and can someone also tell me how a foot switch works and how to turn the distortion on because i dont see a button. i have a ‘peavey bandit 112’ if that helps any…thanks.

      • #100181
        Anonymous
        Guest

        112 is a great gigging amp, one of the best around for all round sound, it aint no marshall but it can do a fair impression, it has a very good clean sound too, you have reverb in your case spring reverb, it adds a little tight echo effect, sound you get in an empty room, i never use it live but sounds ok when using as a practice amp, you have 2 channels, clean and distorted, the footswitch flips between the 2 channels, set your amp up for the amount of distortion by turning the ‘gain’ knob around. i think you have bass, mid, and treb for your amp tone, as far as i remember the bandit is an 80 watt output (plenty for club pub gigs) through a single speaker, and is a transistor amp with a valve preamp, which means your distortion channel will go through the vavle preamp but the clean will just use the tranistor preamp, in other words you get a great little amp for the money. Lee.

        • #109703
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Hey Lee, You have patience… I would have told him to read the manual…. : 112 is a great gigging amp, one of the best around for all round sound, it aint no marshall but it can do a fair impression, it has a very good clean sound too, you have reverb in your case spring reverb, it adds a little tight echo effect, sound you get in an empty room, i never use it live but sounds ok when using as a practice amp, you have 2 channels, clean and distorted, the footswitch flips between the 2 channels, set your amp up for the amount of distortion by turning the ‘gain’ knob around. i think you have bass, mid, and treb for your amp tone, as far as i remember the bandit is an 80 watt output (plenty for club pub gigs) through a single speaker, and is a transistor amp with a valve preamp, which means your distortion channel will go through the vavle preamp but the clean will just use the tranistor preamp, in other words you get a great little amp for the money. : Lee.

    • #50841
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m interested in a particular factory finish in saw on a Baby Bison Bass back in the early 70s. As best I can remember it was sort of a frosted purple-pink-natural sunburst. I know it sounds like hell, but it was beautiful. I need to get some photos of this so I can refinish my guitar. Can you help? Jeff

    • #50839
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi I posted a message early but it seems that I describe my guitars boddy style. The Head stock my look like an Expolrers but the body style is not the x-shape the you would normaly think. It kind has body style of a fender or a body of the epiphone fat model. the body has a FR and all the hardware is black, it had special lockings for the FR because Epiphone did a special year but I don’t know what year that was. So if anyone can help I that would be really nice of you. Thank you for takin your time reading this message.

      • #100167
        Anonymous
        Guest

        kinda sounds like a kramer but i couldnt tell ya,sorry. Trevor : Hi I posted a message early but it seems that I describe my guitars boddy style. The Head stock my look like an Expolrers but the body style is not the x-shape the you would normaly think. It kind has body style of a fender or a body of the epiphone fat model. the body has a FR and all the hardware is black, it had special lockings for the FR because Epiphone did a special year but I don’t know what year that was. So if anyone can help I that would be really nice of you. Thank you for takin your time reading this message.

        • #109690
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Get some pictures and email them to me at [email protected] and ill research your guitar for ya. Trevor : kinda sounds like a kramer but i couldnt tell ya,sorry. Trevor : : Hi I posted a message early but it seems that I describe my guitars boddy style. The Head stock my look like an Expolrers but the body style is not the x-shape the you would normaly think. It kind has body style of a fender or a body of the epiphone fat model. the body has a FR and all the hardware is black, it had special lockings for the FR because Epiphone did a special year but I don’t know what year that was. So if anyone can help I that would be really nice of you. Thank you for takin your time reading this message.

    • #50840
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I can’t get the guitar stand article to open. Any help?

    • #50838
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Gibson SG Standard vs Gibson Les Paul Studio

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Gibson SG Standard vs Gibson Les Paul Studio

    • #50837
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey Lee, I have over 75 guitars and can’t stop buying them… is there some kind of medicine out there that can help me stop? I also have a wood guitar with 5 strings on it, can you tell me what it’s worth? I also have one guitar with the numbers on it 54912. What’s it worth? Maybe you can come over my house and polish all my guitars because I can’t find a rag…. Also, all my guitars need new strings and need to be tuned so bring a tuner and some strings…. Also, Should I buy a Fender or a Dean guitar? I got a beer for ya that I’ve been saving for 20 years….

      • #100165
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :At last, someone on the same wavelength!! 5 strings on a wood guitar? ok a dollar for the strings, and 2 dollars for the wood, you can see what i mean? some people just cant help themselves can they? ‘ oh yeah man, i got a guitar, (i think its a guitar) its like old, (i say its old cos its been in the f%%%ing basement for 2o years and is warped to shit) you know, and like , my gran owned it for 50 years and her gran owned it (i stole it from my grans basement, i need a new pair of jogging pants, and shes going off her head so she wont know its gone) and its like red, (probably the only observation thats right) and like has these silver things on it, (strings) ok dude like how much is it worth? (i cant be arsed to take it to a dealer cos its so much easier to ask you) UUURRRRRGGGHHHHHHH !! Lee

        • #109699
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Wow completely lost, Trevor : :At last, someone on the same wavelength!! 5 strings on a wood guitar? ok a dollar for the strings, and 2 dollars for the wood, you can see what i mean? some people just cant help themselves can they? : ‘ oh yeah man, i got a guitar, (i think its a guitar) its like old, (i say its old cos its been in the f%%%ing basement for 2o years and is warped to shit) you know, and like , my gran owned it for 50 years and her gran owned it (i stole it from my grans basement, i need a new pair of jogging pants, and shes going off her head so she wont know its gone) and its like red, (probably the only observation thats right) and like has these silver things on it, (strings) ok dude like how much is it worth? (i cant be arsed to take it to a dealer cos its so much easier to ask you) : UUURRRRRGGGHHHHHHH !! : Lee

    • #50835
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was wondering if anyone knew the specs on this guitar or how much its worth. i have one. PLease email me at [email protected]

    • #50836
      Anonymous
      Guest

      First of all are these good guitars? and second, is there any difference between the two besides the custom having 3 humbuckers?

      • #100174
        Anonymous
        Guest

        forget that epi stuff and get a real gibson SG, get a 2nd hand one, they dont cost as much as you think. Lee

        • #109694
          Anonymous
          Guest

          What about the Gibson SG Special…the one thats like 650 bucks? : forget that epi stuff and get a real gibson SG, get a 2nd hand one, they dont cost as much as you think. : Lee

          • #122677
            Anonymous
            Guest

            see my other post

    • #50833
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I Found This At A Pawnshop:Neck That Runs Through Body…24 Frets…Gold Grovers…2 Humbucking PUs…Cream Covers…Strip Down Center Of Mohagany Body. Need To Know What This Axe Is.

    • #50834
      Anonymous
      Guest

      epiphone chet atkins sst solidbody acoustic is it any good.how does it compare to the godin acoustics and fernandez etc. thanx tuki

      • #100160
        Anonymous
        Guest

        try harmony-cebtral.com for reader reveiws

    • #50830
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello: I am looking for an estimated value of an early 70’s fender p bass, with original chrome bridge cover, I believe the bass neck was replaced with a 1974 bass neck, but the bass itself is around a 1972. how can I find out?

    • #50831
      Anonymous
      Guest

      iv tried to make few patches on my own, but they doesn’t sound very marvellous. so can any1 send(or give url) to som good death/black/heavy metal patches!? my email is: [email protected]

    • #50832
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a F hole Jumbo acoustic used guitar, preferably Gibson or Hofner

      • #100157
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to http://www.comparethevalue.com and look at my Harmony 1310. It compares with any Gibson archtop and much better than a Hofner. Made around 1955, it sings and has a carved top… : I am looking for a F hole Jumbo acoustic used guitar, preferably Gibson or Hofner

      • #100155
        Anonymous
        Guest

        why dont you try ebay.com

    • #50829
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Les Paul Classic vs. SG standard

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Les Paul Classic vs. SG standard

    • #50827
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Man lee your beatin me to every inquiry here man, wish i was on more often i hardly have time to even read what you guys say to one another, oh well, Lee do you know where i could find the KH spider decal by pushead (like the one on the ESP KH-3) im lookin for a decal that looks like that to put on my flying v between the humbuckers ebcause its empty right there, ok thanks man, cheers. Trevor

      • #100182
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to either http://www.ebay.co.uk or http://www.ebay.com type in ‘decal’ on the search, and modify it to musical instruments, there are a good few on there. not many ESP but you should e-mail the sellers and ask them for what you want, they should have it. Lee.

    • #50828
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      • #109697
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The Randall looks OK, it all depends on whats good to your ear, i always say if you play it and it sounds good to you, then buy it. Ive never played a Randall, they look as if the metal players use them, so if you like that dimebag type of music then go for it, it wont let you down, but ask yourself why you dont see much Randall about? why does everyone play a Marshall head and stack? why dont the pro’s play an Epi les paul? why do they play Gibson les pauls? is the Randall a Valve amp? 200 watts? is it Solid state? how many players use solid state amps? if you want a heavier sound try pushing a good quality distortion pedal through the front of the marshall amp. You should do some research into the sound the you want, look into what your fav players are using, maybe go from there, but dont rush into anything. Lee

        • #122661
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Good call guys, the Randall really is awesome, but probably would be better suited for metal. I think im gonna take another look at the Marshalls. : The Randall looks OK, it all depends on whats good to your ear, i always say if you play it and it sounds good to you, then buy it. Ive never played a Randall, they look as if the metal players use them, so if you like that dimebag type of music then go for it, it wont let you down, but ask yourself why you dont see much Randall about? why does everyone play a Marshall head and stack? why dont the pro’s play an Epi les paul? why do they play Gibson les pauls? is the Randall a Valve amp? 200 watts? is it Solid state? how many players use solid state amps? if you want a heavier sound try pushing a good quality distortion pedal through the front of the marshall amp. You should do some research into the sound the you want, look into what your fav players are using, maybe go from there, but dont rush into anything. : Lee

    • #50826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi I bought this really sick black Epiphone guitar but I don’t know the history to it. Can someone please help me on this? I will try to describe the guitar to you as best as I can. It is a solid body with one humbucker and two single coils. The Neck looks like and Explores necks it has black hardware like a Gothic series. The fret board is made out of fose wood, oh and the body has a licnesed Floyd Rose.

      • #100037
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes, I am sorry I forgot to add one more thing the body also looks like the fat epiphone model its had the one humbucker to single coils. The body also has a five way switch and two knobs one for tone and volume. Its sick dude I need to get a camera and take pic. Thanks for your help on this.

      • #109701
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Sounds like an epiphone explorer but you never described the body, i wanna say its an epiphone gothic explorer/FR (FR meaning floyd rose trem system) if your guitar actually is an epi explorer, they are really nice guitars, a cheap alternative to a gibson explorer, and easily customizable without worry of ruining it.send pictures, Trevor : Hi I bought this really sick black Epiphone guitar but I don’t know the history to it. Can someone please help me on this? I will try to describe the guitar to you as best as I can. It is a solid body with one humbucker and two single coils. The Neck looks like and Explores necks it has black hardware like a Gothic series. The fret board is made out of fose wood, oh and the body has a licnesed Floyd Rose.

        • #122700
          Anonymous
          Guest

          The body style of my guitar really doesn’t have the X shape like the explorer really has. It has more of a Ibanez shape expect without the sharp edges. Its really nice and it does have the FR on it. The strange thing it has rare locking for the FR and only eight serial numbers on the neck.

    • #50825
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HI Please tell me about old acoustic guitar TOKAI model hummingbird made in japan 1.how much price of this guitar [used and new]? 2.how old of this guitar? thank for every thing jira

      • #100177
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey Lee, Now you are starting to sound like me… I can’t stand lazy people who want you to do all their work and expect you to do it! Got a computer, do it yourself…. right on… : HI : Please tell me about old acoustic guitar TOKAI model : hummingbird made in japan : 1.how much price of this guitar [used and new]? : 2.how old of this guitar? : thank for every thing : jira

      • #100054
        Anonymous
        Guest

        how are we supposed to tell you that? no serial number? no previous history, why dont you help yourself out and go look at tokai guitar registry, do a little bit of leg work yourself. Lee

    • #50823
      Anonymous
      Guest

      send for me midi Mike Oldfilde ,please

      • #100044
        Anonymous
        Guest

        look for it yourself

    • #50822
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a CBS MASTERWORKS accoustic guitar. The year is approx 1965, dreadnaught style, Looks like brazillian sides and back. Has any one ever heard of this guitar?

      • #101281
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Something about my IBANEZ PF150 ,please!

      • #109695
        Anonymous
        Guest

        didnt CBS take over the Fender factory in ’65?? maybe its a Fender of some sort. Lee

    • #50824
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’m looking for agood funk sound on my amp i am having trouble getting a nice sound on dist and clean. can anyone help me?

    • #50821
      Anonymous
      Guest

      has gibson abandoned the idea? Anyone know the status of it?

      • #100003
        Anonymous
        Guest

        thought Line 6 had this one wrapped up. talking of which, ive been very tempted to buy a line 6 guitar port, anybody have one? ive heard you have to subscribe to their website to play the thing. Lee

        • #109702
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Im not sure if im thinkin the right thing, describe it i think that paradise guitars sells em, not sure. Thanks Trevor : thought Line 6 had this one wrapped up. talking of which, ive been very tempted to buy a line 6 guitar port, anybody have one? ive heard you have to subscribe to their website to play the thing. : Lee

    • #50820
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My National electric is missing it’s silver headstock logo. Anyone know where I can get one?

    • #50819
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve got a DeArmond with a Bigsby style tremolo and I have no idea how to restring it without scewing it up. I need help!

    • #50818
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have never changed out an pickguard on an electric guitar. I have a American made Fender Tele and I’d like to change the stock white pickguard for something a little more snappy. Can anyone describe the process for me? I can handle the part where I unscrew the screws…I’m just now sure if it will require and solder work with the neck pickup. Thanks.

      • #100026
        Anonymous
        Guest

        take out he screws, slacken off the strings, remove the scratchplate, very simple. No soldering. Lee

    • #50817
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an acoustic guitar with a rectangular sticker inside that reads Model No. 120776. No brand name, no indication of where it was made. There is a dove on each side of the pick guard sitting on a branch of what looks like roses. Doves and roses are painted on (paint transferred on) black plastic. I think it may be a Gibson Dove knockoff. Thanks. Pam

    • #50814
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone ever hear of "Sonata" guitars? and if so…are they any good?

      • #100045
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Anyone ever hear of "Sonata" guitars? and if so…are they any good?

        • #103653
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Sonata Guitars are distributed by Brook Mays Music. They are basically a Korean guitar of good quality and are usually a pretty good value. I have owned a few in the past but currently only have their twelve string model. I am pleased with the guitar and wouldn’t hesitate to buy another.

          • #123703
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I had a 1980 Sonata Dreadnought given to me by a friend recently. It definitely will not be replacing my usual guitar on stage. It is pretty good for just jamming around on. It’s got too much bottom-end and not enough brilliance for me.

    • #50816
      Anonymous
      Guest

      need help with reverb problem with peavey bandit 112 solo series. amp getting hot shutting down.

      • #100012
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you might discribe it in a bit more detail

    • #50815
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi. I picked up a Framus 5/118-52 Vintage Semi-Acoustic guitar a few years ago. Can anyone tell me a bit about this guitar, maybe an estimated price, I recieved a couple of qoutes, but I don’t know how reliable they are. The guitar is actually in mint condition.

    • #50813
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a gibson es-175d with a serial number of 730044 and am trying to figure out the date of this guitar. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

      • #100052
        Anonymous
        Guest

        your serial number has 6 digits begining with a 73, there seems to be little infomation on this number range, but from what i can make out, its from the years ’71, ’72 or ’73, maybe seems a little too obvious to be a 1973 seeing as it begins with a 73, but from what ive read on gibson serial numbers i think yours is definatly around those 3 years. Lee

    • #50812
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a early 90’s jap sqire strat. I have a hot rail pickup I want to put in the bridge position. It’s used and don’t know what brand it is. The red and black wires are together and so are the green and white. New to this so I’m not sure how to wire it in or if there are different combinations of wiring I could consider. Can anyone help me???? Thanks in advance!

    • #50811
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey there all. I have a Franciscan FG-3 acoustic guitar I can’t find a price for (or any other info) ANYWHERE. If anyone can be of assistance, I’ll be forever grateful. Please contact me at [email protected] Thanks!

    • #50810
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Sorry about all the questions here Lee but im in the process of getting some money together and getting some gear thats gonna be good for the rest of my life lol. I was wondering how much a deccent Marshall head and cabinet would cost me?…or if you could give my an idea of a decent one so i can price it. I’ve been lookin around the net and they all look the same to me, i dont know a whole lot about them.

      • #109693
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you want a JCM2000 its a 2 channel 100watt head, ive played them and they are very good, get a 2nd hand one, make sure it has had no mods done to it, these amps are very reliable, easy to service, and hold their money like a Mercedes CLK, you also need a 2×12 or 4×12 extension cab, 2×12 with celestion vintage 30 speakers would be the best, but the most common type of speaker is the celestion GT75, its a great speaker too, Marshall JCM200 will cost around £350 or $500 and the 2×12 cab around £150 $200, or the 4×12 is around £175 or $250, dont forget if you get this stuff 2nd hand and sell it later, you wont lose money, Marshall kit is as safe as the bank of zurich. Lee

        • #122662
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Is the head itself actually a 100 watt speaker or does "100 watt Head" just mean its capable of throwing out 100watts?…you know like a amplifier you’d use when wiring a car stereo system. : you want a JCM2000 its a 2 channel 100watt head, ive played them and they are very good, get a 2nd hand one, make sure it has had no mods done to it, these amps are very reliable, easy to service, and hold their money like a Mercedes CLK, you also need a 2×12 or 4×12 extension cab, 2×12 with celestion vintage 30 speakers would be the best, but the most common type of speaker is the celestion GT75, its a great speaker too, Marshall JCM200 will cost around £350 or $500 and the 2×12 cab around £150 $200, or the 4×12 is around £175 or $250, dont forget if you get this stuff 2nd hand and sell it later, you wont lose money, Marshall kit is as safe as the bank of zurich. : Lee

          • #125798
            Anonymous
            Guest

            The head is the box that sits on top of the speaker cabinet, it houses a 100 watt valve amplifier and thats all, no speakers are in the head, on the back of the head you have a jack socket (usualy 1/4 inch mono) that connects to the speaker cabinet below, the speaker cab can house in most cases either 2 or 4 speakers, (2×12 or 4×12) they can collectively handle various output wattages from the head, if you choose a cabinet with 4×12 inch speakers and those speakers are gt75’s, then each speaker is capable of handling 75 watts (hence the name) collectively as a standard mono cabinet they can handle up to 300 watts, 4x12inch (75) or 150 watts for a 2×12 (75), but you could also choose a can housing the ‘vintage 30’ speakers, each of those handles 60 watts (unlike the name) so you could still go for a 4×12 or 2×12 caninet, but beware the ‘greenbacks’, they are a 1970’s classic rock type speaker, they handle 25watts each which would be ok in a 4×12 but would only handle 50watts in a 2×12 !!. is that any clearer?? Lee : : you want a JCM2000 its a 2 channel 100watt head, ive played them and they are very good, get a 2nd hand one, make sure it has had no mods done to it, these amps are very reliable, easy to service, and hold their money like a Mercedes CLK, you also need a 2×12 or 4×12 extension cab, 2×12 with celestion vintage 30 speakers would be the best, but the most common type of speaker is the celestion GT75, its a great speaker too, Marshall JCM200 will cost around £350 or $500 and the 2×12 cab around £150 $200, or the 4×12 is around £175 or $250, dont forget if you get this stuff 2nd hand and sell it later, you wont lose money, Marshall kit is as safe as the bank of zurich. : : Lee

            • #126143
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Alright thanks Lee…thats perfect. : The head is the box that sits on top of the speaker cabinet, it houses a 100 watt valve amplifier and thats all, no speakers are in the head, on the back of the head you have a jack socket (usualy 1/4 inch mono) that connects to the speaker cabinet below, the speaker cab can house in most cases either 2 or 4 speakers, (2×12 or 4×12) they can collectively handle various output wattages from the head, if you choose a cabinet with 4×12 inch speakers and those speakers are gt75’s, then each speaker is capable of handling 75 watts (hence the name) collectively as a standard mono cabinet they can handle up to 300 watts, 4x12inch (75) or 150 watts for a 2×12 (75), but you could also choose a can housing the ‘vintage 30’ speakers, each of those handles 60 watts (unlike the name) so you could still go for a 4×12 or 2×12 caninet, but beware the ‘greenbacks’, they are a 1970’s classic rock type speaker, they handle 25watts each which would be ok in a 4×12 but would only handle 50watts in a 2×12 !!. is that any clearer?? : Lee : : : you want a JCM2000 its a 2 channel 100watt head, ive played them and they are very good, get a 2nd hand one, make sure it has had no mods done to it, these amps are very reliable, easy to service, and hold their money like a Mercedes CLK, you also need a 2×12 or 4×12 extension cab, 2×12 with celestion vintage 30 speakers would be the best, but the most common type of speaker is the celestion GT75, its a great speaker too, Marshall JCM200 will cost around £350 or $500 and the 2×12 cab around £150 $200, or the 4×12 is around £175 or $250, dont forget if you get this stuff 2nd hand and sell it later, you wont lose money, Marshall kit is as safe as the bank of zurich. : : : Lee

      • #99923
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        I forget the name of the model but marshal seels its either a half or full stack amp and head combo for abvout 645 dollars at paradise guitars in beloit, i can go check it out later and get back to you if i can but ive tried it and its a nice amp, supposedly marshal sells that model for cheap for no reason, its not used or anything, i just found that unusual. otherwise ill keep an eye out also. Trevor : Sorry about all the questions here Lee but im in the process of getting some money together and getting some gear thats gonna be good for the rest of my life lol. : I was wondering how much a deccent Marshall head and cabinet would cost me?…or if you could give my an idea of a decent one so i can price it. I’ve been lookin around the net and they all look the same to me, i dont know a whole lot about them.

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          Alright thanks Trevor, i appreciate it. : I forget the name of the model but marshal seels its either a half or full stack amp and head combo for abvout 645 dollars at paradise guitars in beloit, i can go check it out later and get back to you if i can but ive tried it and its a nice amp, supposedly marshal sells that model for cheap for no reason, its not used or anything, i just found that unusual. otherwise ill keep an eye out also. Trevor : : Sorry about all the questions here Lee but im in the process of getting some money together and getting some gear thats gonna be good for the rest of my life lol. : : I was wondering how much a deccent Marshall head and cabinet would cost me?…or if you could give my an idea of a decent one so i can price it. I’ve been lookin around the net and they all look the same to me, i dont know a whole lot about them.

    • #50809
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      Cort flying v

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    • #50808
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      click link for info

      • #109642
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        Yeah give me the 3 grand and I’ll buy it. : : click link for info

    • #50805
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      can anyone tell me the age of this model and any details of it’s quality and value?

    • #50807
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      I have a Charvel Jackson guitar with serial number 376837 and I am not sure if it was made in the US. Does anyone know where I can find a definitive answer about where my guitar was made?

      • #102272
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        : I have a Charvel Jackson guitar with serial number 296774 and I am not sure if it was made in the US. Does anyone know where I can find a definitive answer about where my guitar was made? What’s the price? Thanks

        • #110177
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          : : I have a Charvel Jackson guitar with serial number 296774 and I am not sure if it was made in the US. Does anyone know where I can find a definitive answer about where my guitar was made? : What’s the price? : Thanks

          • #123100
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            : : : I have a Charvel Jackson guitar with serial number 319276 and I am not sure if it was made in the US. Does anyone know where I can find a definitive answer about where my guitar was made? : : What’s the price? : : Thanks

      • #99929
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        Well im gunna have to say its prolly import because usa made usually has neck thru bodies and is high quality because they are mostly custom shop so im gunna say import, not sure from where though. Trevor : I have a Charvel Jackson guitar with serial number 376837 and I am not sure if it was made in the US. Does anyone know where I can find a definitive answer about where my guitar was made?

    • #50806
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      How do I keep the G String from slipping

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    • #50804
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      Ser# MN7105516 PowerHouse Strat. When was this guitar made?

      • #80611
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        :Serial no# Z0147712 Fende Stratocaster made in Corona ca. whats the year and its Value of the guitar. Dee Capper

      • #109760
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        : Ser# 329914 Jackson Charvel Floyd Rose. How much is this guitar worth?

      • #99930
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        SERIAL#652957; This is a Fender Telecaster custom. Can you tell me the production date?

      • #109627
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        : Ser# MN7105516 PowerHouse Strat. When was this guitar made?

        • #111506
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          Don’t no make or model, but the serial # is L9173 Flattop acoustic Thank You

    • #50803
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      Hey does anyone know the effects settings for the live version of the heretic anthem in london?

      • #99915
        Anonymous
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        Yeah se your amp to "crap" : Hey does anyone know the effects settings for the live version of the heretic anthem in london?

        • #100306
          Anonymous
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          : Yeah se your amp to "crap" : : Hey does anyone know the effects settings for the live version of the heretic anthem in london? that was fucking retarded, u dumbass

    • #50802
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      Hi, I currently own an Alvarez Regent classical acoustic guitar model number 5011 and was made in Korea. It’s been passed down for a while and was purchased by my mother in the mid to late 60’s and was used when she bought it. It’s in almost new condition miraculously,and the only thing that’s been changed is the strings. Everything else is original. So if someone could just help me out a little bit here about the value of this guitar, i’d appreciate it very much. Thanks.

      • #100164
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        Go here, http://www.harmony-central.com/Guitar/Data4/ Look it up… simple….. : Hi, I currently own an Alvarez Regent classical acoustic guitar model number 5011 and was made in Korea. It’s been passed down for a while and was purchased by my mother in the mid to late 60’s and was used when she bought it. It’s in almost new condition miraculously,and the only thing that’s been changed is the strings. Everything else is original. So if someone could just help me out a little bit here about the value of this guitar, i’d appreciate it very much. Thanks.

      • #109648
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        dont know about a mid 60’s one, but most of these ive seen seem to go for between $100 – $200, cant think of a single guitar made in Korea thats worth a real lot of money, they never were and still arent that great at making them. Lee

        • #109706
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          Hey Lee, Have to disagree with you on this one. The Alverez guitars rival Gibsons. The Yari hand made ones are awesome. I have 64 guitars…. 12 acoustics Guild D-55, Gibson J-200, Gibson Dove, Martin D-28 Etc… and my Yari guitars kick the crap out of them…. The higher the number DY-XX the better the guitar… Try one out, you will be impressed…. : dont know about a mid 60’s one, but most of these ive seen seem to go for between $100 – $200, cant think of a single guitar made in Korea thats worth a real lot of money, they never were and still arent that great at making them. : Lee

          • #122680
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            i stand corrected, must be getting them mixed up with something else. but if i had an old guitar i would be looking around the internet myself.

    • #50801
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      Just wondering if anyone knew of some sites displaying some known presets? google don’t list jack.

    • #50800
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      I want an electric acoustic buti dont know much about them. Whats the best one i can get for like $450 tops.

      • #99927
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        I’m leaning towards this one http://www.music123.com/Alvarez-AD60SCBK-i46301.music Looks pretty good. : I want an electric acoustic buti dont know much about them. Whats the best one i can get for like $450 tops.

        • #109629
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          do you realy need the electro side of it? do you need to plug it into an amp? i would avoid washburns at that price, also fenders, dont be sucked in by the name, the one you gave the url for looks good, ive never played one, the reader reviews look good but nobody is going to admit they bought a pup, you need to get along and play some, ive had electro acoustics and they genraly sound better through an amp if they have a laminated top, they sound better accousticly if they have a solid spruce top, which is something you need to consider, a lot of the top end takamine’s have laminated tops they sound fantastic through a PA, but nowhere near as good unplugged. i would recomend Crafter to anyone, but i think youhave problems getting them in the US, they are a fantastic guitar at the kind of money you want to spend. http://www.crafterguitars.com/main.html but the alveraz looks good, solid top will ensure a better accoustic tone than the laminated, GrafX system will help cut out the feedback on stage. Lee

          • #122610
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            yeah i’d rather have an electric/acoustic, that way i can get the best of bost worlds i figure. The Alvarez looks pretty good like you said, it also has a built in tuner which is a plus. : do you realy need the electro side of it? do you need to plug it into an amp? i would avoid washburns at that price, also fenders, dont be sucked in by the name, the one you gave the url for looks good, ive never played one, the reader reviews look good but nobody is going to admit they bought a pup, you need to get along and play some, ive had electro acoustics and they genraly sound better through an amp if they have a laminated top, they sound better accousticly if they have a solid spruce top, which is something you need to consider, a lot of the top end takamine’s have laminated tops they sound fantastic through a PA, but nowhere near as good unplugged. i would recomend Crafter to anyone, but i think youhave problems getting them in the US, they are a fantastic guitar at the kind of money you want to spend. : http://www.crafterguitars.com/main.html : but the alveraz looks good, solid top will ensure a better accoustic tone than the laminated, GrafX system will help cut out the feedback on stage. : Lee

    • #50799
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      Has anyone got a Washburn Falcon for sale, please e-mail pics, details, & what ever else. Thanks

      • #110866
        Anonymous
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        : Has anyone got a Washburn Falcon for sale, please e-mail pics, details, & what ever else. : Thanks I have a turn-of-the-century parlor guitar that has a label that says "Falcon Guitar." Is this what you are looking for?

        • #123633
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          : : Has anyone got a Washburn Falcon for sale, please e-mail pics, details, & what ever else. : : Thanks : I have a turn-of-the-century parlor guitar that has a label that says "Falcon Guitar." Is this what you are looking for? Yepp ! I have a Washburn Falcon. I bought it two years ago but now it don´t fits the musicstyle in our band. We are playing country music and this isn´t a country guitar at all, as you know. If you are interested, give me a message and if you wnt, I will send you som pics. Olle

    • #50798
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      : Hi! : Where can I get a new old stock (!) USA Fender HM Strat?? : I live in Germany.. : All the best, : Sascha : PS: If you have any comment, write me an email!

    • #50797
      Anonymous
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      If anyone is selling or knows where to get a hohner prinz please let me know. Thank you.

      • #111826
        Anonymous
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        How much are you willing to pay??? It is an old instrument with a high value

    • #50796
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      Beginner Guitarist Needs Help! Fender or Washburn and...

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    • #50795
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need help finding some gutair cords for avril lavigne and if u need to no what kinda gutair it is its a acustic or w/e thanks a bunch!!

      • #100411
        Anonymous
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        : I need help finding some gutair cords for avril lavigne and if u need to no what kinda gutair it is its a acustic or w/e thanks a bunch!!

        • #100576
          Anonymous
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          : : I need help finding some gutair cords for avril lavigne and if u need to no what kinda gutair it is its a acustic or w/e thanks a bunch!! from the under my skin cd plaz;)

      • #109631
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        it would help if you told us where he/she last left them?

    • #50794
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      I have an Ovation 1655 made sometimne between May and Dec 1984. It is in excellent condition. Anyone have an estimate of worth? If you are collector, I would consider releasing it at a reasonable price.

      • #101691
        Anonymous
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        I have the same guitar and talked to the folks at the local guitar shop. This guitar would resell for $549 according to the blue book.

    • #50793
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      I’m looking for a Nippon Gakki red label FG-180 from the late sixties/early seventies. I expect there to be some wear on the body, but would be thrilled to find one in mint condition. At the very least, it should be in very good condition — bascially, I don’t want to have to fix anything. If you have one you’d like to sell and are willing to ship to the midwest, please let me know!

      • #99054
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        Did you ever find a fg180? What are these valued at? Terry : I’m looking for a Nippon Gakki red label FG-180 from the late sixties/early seventies. I expect there to be some wear on the body, but would be thrilled to find one in mint condition. At the very least, it should be in very good condition — bascially, I don’t want to have to fix anything. If you have one you’d like to sell and are willing to ship to the midwest, please let me know!

    • #50792
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      Hi! Where can I get a new old stock (!) USA Fender HM Strat?? I live in Germany.. All the best, Sascha PS: If you have any comment, write me an email!

      • #101280
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        : Hi! : Where can I get a new old stock (!) USA Fender HM Strat?? : I live in Germany.. : All the best, : Sascha : PS: If you have any comment, write me an email! Hi Sascha, my name is Monte Yoder and I live in the Kansas City, KS USA area. I collect HM Strats and have around 20 of them right now. Have you found one yet? I see you would like a NOS. While I have a couple that are in near new shape, most HMs were played alot in their day. Let me know if you want to deal, but I’m just guessing that the shipping to Germany would be $$$. Later.

        • #112508
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          : : Hi! : : Where can I get a new old stock (!) USA Fender HM Strat?? : : I live in Germany.. hello, i am nick from pittsburgh pennsylvania in the usa. have you found one yet? I would like one also. Please get back to me. thank you. nick : : All the best, : : Sascha : : PS: If you have any comment, write me an email! : Hi Sascha, my name is Monte Yoder and I live in the Kansas City, KS USA area. I collect HM Strats and have around 20 of them right now. Have you found one yet? I see you would like a NOS. While I have a couple that are in near new shape, most HMs were played alot in their day. Let me know if you want to deal, but I’m just guessing that the shipping to Germany would be $$$. Later.

          • #113176
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            : : : Hi! : : : Where can I get a new old stock (!) USA Fender HM Strat?? I have one for sale here http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=3775739763&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT : : : I live in Germany.. : hello, i am nick from pittsburgh pennsylvania in the usa. have you found one yet? I would like one also. Please get back to me. thank you. nick : : : All the best, : : : Sascha : : : PS: If you have any comment, write me an email! : : Hi Sascha, my name is Monte Yoder and I live in the Kansas City, KS USA area. I collect HM Strats and have around 20 of them right now. Have you found one yet? I see you would like a NOS. While I have a couple that are in near new shape, most HMs were played alot in their day. Let me know if you want to deal, but I’m just guessing that the shipping to Germany would be $$$. Later.

            • #113302
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              Hi there, I’m fromn Italy…. I’d like to buy a HM strat… PLEAS contact me!! [email protected]

    • #50791
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      When you buy a brand new pedal does it come with an AC Adapter or do you have to buy one seperate?

      • #99771
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        99.9% of the time you have to buy one John, but dont buy the manufacturers one, just match the adapter voltage to a universal one.

      • #99774
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        : When you buy a brand new pedal does it come with an AC Adapter or do you have to buy one seperate? And one more thing, i put a brand new battery in my Boss Chorus pedal and it lasted all of about 3 hours. So im wondering about adapters.

        • #109649
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          should last longer than that, are you sure it was a fresh one? i have various pedals with 9v batteries and they last for a good few outings before i change them. if your pedal saps a battery that quick then i would look for the adapter. Lee

          • #122608
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            : should last longer than that, are you sure it was a fresh one? i have various pedals with 9v batteries and they last for a good few outings before i change them. if your pedal saps a battery that quick then i would look for the adapter. : Lee Alright thanks, i’ve got it hooked up to a adapter now and its workin great, better then with the battery. I assume i use the 9 volt setting on the adapter because it uses a 9 volt battery, and yeah it was a panasonic battery they’re pretty much crap. Can anyone explain to me how i would set up multiple pedals? like on a pedal board, would i need an individual adapter for every pedal then? there must be an easier way then that.

            • #125757
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              there is an adapter which will serve all your pedals, one adapter and many leads, most of your effects pedals will run at 9v as does this multi-adapter, im sure ‘Boss’ do one, but have a look at ‘Radioshack’ for it if you are american, or ‘Maplins.co.uk’ if you are English (like me). :

              • #126140
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                : there is an adapter which will serve all your pedals, one adapter and many leads, most of your effects pedals will run at 9v as does this multi-adapter, im sure ‘Boss’ do one, but have a look at ‘Radioshack’ for it if you are american, or ‘Maplins.co.uk’ if you are English (like me). : : Thanks alot lee…i only have one more question. Is there a specific name for this thing?

                • #126142
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                  go to http://www.maplins.co.uk and in the product search box put in the product code: VV33L make a note of it, obviously this will do you no good because our (UK) voltage runs at 240v and yours is 110v, but the product will be the same for your radioshack. Lee

    • #50790
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      I discovered this by accident while tuning my guitar so I could follow a recording by Chet Atkins playing the theme song from Romeo and Juliet. The sound seems to be in standard tuning, however when I matched the sound by tuning the first string (small E) the corresponding sound was an (F), I then tuned my guitar the rest of the way by ear using the method of 1st string open and 2nd string at the 5th fret, 2nd open with 3rd at 4th fret, 4open and 5th at 5th fret and so on to the 6th. this is how I tuned my guitar for standard tuning, geting E,A,D,G,B,E. By using this method after copying the sound of the first string on the recording as the starting point I wound up with F,A#,d#,g#,C, F. I was very impressed at the sound that this produced, the cords seem to be more in harmony, and more melodious. I also discovered that I could play songs as I would be playing in standard tuning and the music sounded much better. Many of you may already know about this, I thought that those of you who have not experimented with alternate tunings would want to try this, I may never return to standard tuning after this, I think that this tuning is how the Nashville Cats get that marvelous sound.

      • #99762
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        not realy an alternate tuning is it? all you have done is tune the guitar up half a step, why not save your self all the bother and stick a capo on the first fret, like Chet did. Lee.

        • #99922
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          : not realy an alternate tuning is it? all you have done is tune the guitar up half a step, why not save your self all the bother and stick a capo on the first fret, like Chet did. : Lee.

          • #109626
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            Hey: Thanks I never thought of that, I never use a capo anyway and had not thought of that. It would make it much simpler than tuning as you suggest.

    • #50788
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      Anybody????? Help. I bought it new in 1980 Thanks R2

      • #99770
        Anonymous
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        great accoustic, solid spruce top, gets lots of great reveiws, price? about $300-$400 depending on condition. Lee

    • #50787
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      hello there I would really love to learn this song(it can be found on one of the Jools Holland Cds). Please could anyone tell me where to get the music for this song from or anything. Ive posted this message before cos im so desperate to learn it!

    • #50789
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      i have a telecast that im not so sure about the date of it….it was made in mexico….but i looked at another fender site and it said the 400,000 were made in the 70’s but this other site said it was made in like 95 or 96…. the serial number is MN400768 email me if you can help me out .::Zakk::.

      • #109637
        Anonymous
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        The "MN" series was made in Mexico.It’s probably a copy of a 70’s Tele. Good Luck

    • #50785
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      I have one of your student guitars; purchased from an Estaban feature on TV. Where can I buy another one? Reply E-Mail.

      • #99772
        Anonymous
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        somebody enlighten me here…

        • #100183
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          I’m lost too… maybe too much drink…. better go to bed.. : somebody enlighten me here…

    • #50786
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      Hey I was looking for a list of or even photos of Adrian Belews gear and pedals. Checked at Guitar geek and they had nothing. Didn’t find anything on his site or Crimson sites. Doesn’t even need to be the most up to date…any time period would be good. Anyone help? James

    • #50784
      Anonymous
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      i have kay guitar that looks like a les paul,can anyone give me any info at all about it or a related site,it is black with cream around the edges with pearl inlays

      • #99785
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        i beleive they were made in Japan in late 60’s early to mid 70’s, they were a good honest copy, pickups were a bit under powered, these were quite good copies, 3 peice mahogany body, perhaps if you change the pickups for some Seymour Duncans it would improve it a great deal, but then you would probably pay more for the pickups than the guitar is worth, i think you can get good example Kay copies for around $280.

    • #50782
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      how now I just want to check your mail

    • #50783
      Anonymous
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      Please any on out there who has the Tabit 1.62 unlock file pleas send it. Thanx

    • #50781
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      im lookin for a pair of decent humbuckers to put in my flying v if anybody has any layin around please tell me, thanks, trevor

      • #99791
        Anonymous
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        Trevor, you know you have to invest in some Seymour seth lovers, get your wallet out and give that matercard another bashing. Lee

        • #99920
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          unfortunatly im only 16 and that mastercard, whoa not there, and i have to work alot to pay for the shit i got, so im lookin for some duncan designs for cheap. : Trevor, you know you have to invest in some Seymour seth lovers, get your wallet out and give that matercard another bashing. : Lee

          • #109632
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            get a saturday job, save up, think of those seths as an investment, they are leathal sounding buckers.

            • #122625
              Anonymous
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              They any good for the old school metallica tone? Trevor : get a saturday job, save up, think of those seths as an investment, they are leathal sounding buckers.

              • #122681
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                EMG

                • #125788
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                  Hell yeah but like i said, im short on money for bout 1 or 2 months especially for EMG’s i use (81 81 active combo) so i was wonderin if there are any cheap alternatives for the time being, thanks Lee, Trevor : EMG

    • #50780
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      I have a 1985 charvel model 4 with a kahler floating Trem system, im not good with prices so i need help, i need to know how much a kahler floating trem is worth, and how much a charvel in close to mint condition is worth, and if your interested in this guitar its for sale by the way, Thanks to all who respond, Trevor

      • #99769
        Anonymous
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        Well,it depends on the condition of the saddles.Used…I would say about $75-$85.New….I think maybe $140. hope this helps

    • #50779
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      I just bought a Boss HM-2 distortion pedal. Its the first pedal i’ve ever bought. When i turn it on my guitar squeals unbelievably. I was wondering if im doing something wrong, or if its just a faulty pedal. Heres what i did, i put my amp on clean, and just fooled with the settings on the pedal a little. I found that i can get a cool sound when the tone and stuff is high but then the guitar squels…i dunno…any idea?

      • #99787
        Anonymous
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        Your first pedal…cool. A common mistake that people make is to turn the amp volume to 5….and dist. level to 10.Distortion "IS" volume.So,try turning the dist. level down to 3 or 4. Also,turn down the volume of the dist. pedal.Cuz the amp has volume,the pedal has volume,and dist. IS volume. A bad battery can also make a pedal do weird things. If this doesn’t help then you might have a bad pedal. Good Luck

        • #109647
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          : Your first pedal…cool. : A common mistake that people make is to turn the amp volume to 5….and dist. level to 10.Distortion "IS" volume.So,try turning the dist. level down to 3 or 4. : Also,turn down the volume of the dist. pedal.Cuz the amp has volume,the pedal has volume,and dist. IS volume. : A bad battery can also make a pedal do weird things. : If this doesn’t help then you might have a bad pedal. : Good Luck Yeah thanks guys, it took some screwin with and getting used to but its workin great now. Thanks again

      • #99788
        Anonymous
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        Squeals when you change to distortion? If so im guessing it squeals even when the strings arent moving and when doin palm mutes it squeals, if these are some of the symptoms then all i can tell you to do is point your strings away from the amp and rock the guitar a little to get it out of the amps frequency waves, i have to do it with my RP200 and 300, i still have yet to find out what it is, but for the meantime i rock it around after i mute and it stops until i strike it a bit, maybe lee will know. Trevor : I just bought a Boss HM-2 distortion pedal. Its the first pedal i’ve ever bought. When i turn it on my guitar squeals unbelievably. I was wondering if im doing something wrong, or if its just a faulty pedal. : Heres what i did, i put my amp on clean, and just fooled with the settings on the pedal a little. I found that i can get a cool sound when the tone and stuff is high but then the guitar squels…i dunno…any idea?

        • #109634
          Anonymous
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          : Squeals when you change to distortion? If so im guessing it squeals even when the strings arent moving and when doin palm mutes it squeals, if these are some of the symptoms then all i can tell you to do is point your strings away from the amp and rock the guitar a little to get it out of the amps frequency waves, i have to do it with my RP200 and 300, i still have yet to find out what it is, but for the meantime i rock it around after i mute and it stops until i strike it a bit, maybe lee will know. Trevor : : I just bought a Boss HM-2 distortion pedal. Its the first pedal i’ve ever bought. When i turn it on my guitar squeals unbelievably. I was wondering if im doing something wrong, or if its just a faulty pedal. Well ok I’ll give you the whole run down here. When i turn on the pedal it squels. When i take my hands of the strings usually. Even when im far away from, and back on to m amp. Maybe if i screw with my treb/mid/bass on my amp it’ll calm down a little. Plus from what i’ve read the HM-2 takes alot of fuckin with to get it right. I guess its pretty normal, but i’ve never used a pedal before so i thought it might be somethin screwed with it.

          • #122619
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            Ok then i dont know what it is but everytime i turn a distortion channel on in the RP300 it squeals, but like i said if i rock it, it usually stops, no matter how far away mine squeals too, i dunno though tell me your resaults with messin round with treble n shit. Trevor : : Squeals when you change to distortion? If so im guessing it squeals even when the strings arent moving and when doin palm mutes it squeals, if these are some of the symptoms then all i can tell you to do is point your strings away from the amp and rock the guitar a little to get it out of the amps frequency waves, i have to do it with my RP200 and 300, i still have yet to find out what it is, but for the meantime i rock it around after i mute and it stops until i strike it a bit, maybe lee will know. Trevor : : : I just bought a Boss HM-2 distortion pedal. Its the first pedal i’ve ever bought. When i turn it on my guitar squeals unbelievably. I was wondering if im doing something wrong, or if its just a faulty pedal. : Well ok I’ll give you the whole run down here. : When i turn on the pedal it squels. When i take my hands of the strings usually. Even when im far away from, and back on to m amp. Maybe if i screw with my treb/mid/bass on my amp it’ll calm down a little. Plus from what i’ve read the HM-2 takes alot of fuckin with to get it right. : I guess its pretty normal, but i’ve never used a pedal before so i thought it might be somethin screwed with it.

            • #125743
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Alright man i’ve been screwin with it a little and heres what i’ve found out….its alot "fuzzier" then the overdrive on my amp. Also, when the amp is clean i can get the pedal workin pretty good…but when i have my overdrive up and turn the pedal on it squels…and i cant get a good sound out of it even when i screw with the controls.

              • #126138
                Anonymous
                Guest

                ok man, thanks for the info, ill try messin with the stuff but maybe we have bad pedals, my RP300 was used when i bought it so ill see whats up. Trevor : Alright man i’ve been screwin with it a little and heres what i’ve found out….its alot "fuzzier" then the overdrive on my amp. Also, when the amp is clean i can get the pedal workin pretty good…but when i have my overdrive up and turn the pedal on it squels…and i cant get a good sound out of it even when i screw with the controls.

                • #126139
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  : ok man, thanks for the info, ill try messin with the stuff but maybe we have bad pedals, my RP300 was used when i bought it so ill see whats up. Trevor : : Alright man i’ve been screwin with it a little and heres what i’ve found out….its alot "fuzzier" then the overdrive on my amp. Also, when the amp is clean i can get the pedal workin pretty good…but when i have my overdrive up and turn the pedal on it squels…and i cant get a good sound out of it even when i screw with the controls. Maybe my amp just sucks. its some crap ass name 30 watt

                  • #126496
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Well my amp is a all tube crate stealth halfstack so i dunno bout mine suckin, but it does at time trevor : : ok man, thanks for the info, ill try messin with the stuff but maybe we have bad pedals, my RP300 was used when i bought it so ill see whats up. Trevor : : : Alright man i’ve been screwin with it a little and heres what i’ve found out….its alot "fuzzier" then the overdrive on my amp. Also, when the amp is clean i can get the pedal workin pretty good…but when i have my overdrive up and turn the pedal on it squels…and i cant get a good sound out of it even when i screw with the controls. : Maybe my amp just sucks. its some crap ass name 30 watt

    • #50777
      Anonymous
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      Takamine 12-String  Model F400 How Old

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    • #50778
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know how a 1984 Takamine EF-391 AE arch top cutaway plays, or what price it should go for these days?

      • #99781
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i would think around $600, try it on Ebay, stick a $550 reserve on it.

    • #50776
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much would you pay for slightly used a Ibanez Destroyer: color (candy apple red)?

      • #99792
        Anonymous
        Guest

        With a hard case? $350, maybe $400 if its in excellent condition. they are nice guitars but they dont fetch loads of money.

    • #50774
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much would you pay for slightly used a Ibanez Destroyer: color (candy apple red)?

      • #99616
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my uncle bought mine for bout oh say 376 and it was used, i never played it so i sold it and bought a copy v, also depends on what year : How much would you pay for slightly used a Ibanez Destroyer: color (candy apple red)?

        • #99783
          Anonymous
          Guest

          glad to see i was on the button with my valuation, i should do this for a living.

    • #50775
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What kind of guitar do you plan to put that setup in, im curious to know because ive never tried that setup and would like too see what people are puttin it in, thanks. Trevor

      • #99637
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : What kind of guitar do you plan to put that setup in, im curious to know because ive never tried that setup and would like too see what people are puttin it in, thanks. Trevor Epiphone Les Paul Standard

        • #109641
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Not bad, not bad at all, ive played one before they are nice but i bought the schecter instead of that, i think that setup will go good with it, but if your goin for a good rhythm guitarist tone try some 81 60 combos im gettin those installed in my dad explorer tonight, hopefully itll sound good, i personally go for 81 81 actives, thats what is gettin installed in my schecter, good luck with that. Trevor : : What kind of guitar do you plan to put that setup in, im curious to know because ive never tried that setup and would like too see what people are puttin it in, thanks. Trevor : : Epiphone Les Paul Standard

          • #122621
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : Not bad, not bad at all, ive played one before they are nice but i bought the schecter instead of that, i think that setup will go good with it, but if your goin for a good rhythm guitarist tone try some 81 60 combos im gettin those installed in my dad explorer tonight, hopefully itll sound good, i personally go for 81 81 actives, thats what is gettin installed in my schecter, good luck with that. Trevor Cool man…i was playing a ESP/LTD EC-1000 when i bought my LP, it has the active 81 set. Sounds nice, but i couldnt get a suitable clean tone out of it that i could get with the LP. They’re awesome though.

            • #125761
              Anonymous
              Guest

              my LTD 302 neck thru has a set of emg 81 actives and now so does my schecter and since i hardly use clean (metallica freak) and i play solos its perfect for me so i have no worries, fade to black, with flangte, clean tone and 81’s is wild though, just sounds cool. Later Trevor : : Not bad, not bad at all, ive played one before they are nice but i bought the schecter instead of that, i think that setup will go good with it, but if your goin for a good rhythm guitarist tone try some 81 60 combos im gettin those installed in my dad explorer tonight, hopefully itll sound good, i personally go for 81 81 actives, thats what is gettin installed in my schecter, good luck with that. Trevor : Cool man…i was playing a ESP/LTD EC-1000 when i bought my LP, it has the active 81 set. Sounds nice, but i couldnt get a suitable clean tone out of it that i could get with the LP. They’re awesome though.

    • #50772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This guitar is heavier than a Les Paul,is it the ebony fingerboard,the gold,type of wood-walnut?.I can’t figure it out,but it cuts through the mix like nothing I’ve ever played in the last 40 years or so.Anybody out there got one of these,any thoughts?

      • #99768
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yeah.I remember these from back in the day.Actually "The Strat" was issued around 1982,after the Anniversary series(1979) and the first Squires(’80-’81). If my memory is correct,most had brass nuts and the pickups had more windings. Good Luck

      • #99644
        Anonymous
        Guest

        My buddy rumours that he has one though its never been seen, i seeing this post, dont believe him because he said it was the lightest guitar hes ever seen, lighter than my 302 (extremely light) and seeing this im beleivin you over him because well, you have one and he doesnt, but his rumour matches yours and he says it plays like a monster, just not too good for sustain and distortion according to him. but i dont know ill ask to see his soon and if i get to try it out ill get back to you, otherwise, hes a liar. Trevor : This guitar is heavier than a Les Paul,is it the ebony fingerboard,the gold,type of wood-walnut?.I can’t figure it out,but it cuts through the mix like nothing I’ve ever played in the last 40 years or so.Anybody out there got one of these,any thoughts?

        • #99767
          Anonymous
          Guest

          My brother had 2 "The Strat" guitars. One white (matching headstock) fat neck, maple board – very light guitar. The other was mettalic green, rosewood board, probably 50% heavier than the white guitar, too heavy, but a much better guitar to play.

    • #50773
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much are a set of Active EMGs gonna cost me preferably 85 and 60…installed and everything? approximately.

      • #99643
        Anonymous
        Guest

        mmm lets see bout this it cost me bout 250 for 2 81 actives, then 75 to be installed, id go for about 300 for the pickups maybe 350 and installation would go for different prices but around here its 75 dollars, im not sure bout the price on your 85 and 60 though because i never use them so im goin to put some 81 81 actives in my schecter and ill get a price quote for ya and get back to you. : How much are a set of Active EMGs gonna cost me preferably 85 and 60…installed and everything? approximately.

    • #50769
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please send me a free copy of a cicuit diagram for a Peavey Bandit (50w or 65w) guitar amp and a Peavey XR500 PA amp.

    • #50770
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i need wire scheimatics randall rg 80 wireing for foot switch

    • #50771
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’ve just become interested in guitars and i don’t know the difference between bass and electric guitars

      • #109639
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you need to be clever to play electric guitar.

        • #122629
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : you need to be clever to play electric guitar. Burn…

    • #50768
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Alvarez Acoustic

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    • #50767
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Trying to find replacement cost for this guitar as it was recently stolen. Purchased in 1971, had solid cedar top, rosewood sides & back, dread knot.

      • #109636
        Anonymous
        Guest

        whats the model number? ive not seen a dreadnaught classical style guitar before.

    • #50765
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello. I was planning on buying a Jackson guitar but people have told me the floyd rose bridge is useless if you’re a guitarist who uses mulitple tunings. Can anyone explain to me how a floyd rose bridge works, and why they are such a pain?.

      • #97094
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yea my bro has a jackson with a floyd rose bridge and he loves it but the problem is that he has to use an allan key to loosen parts on it to be able to tune it. the guitar almost never goes out of tune but if ur a person that tunes it often then dont buy it thats all i have to say

      • #122775
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ok 1st of all ive had my jackson a few months an the floyd rose is incredible it rarly goes out of tune. its basically a locking floating bridge(if that makes any sense) the is also a locking nut on jacksons so the strings done break when you use the whammy bar. the only prob with the floyd rose is the nut and the fact that you have to get the allen key out to undo it to change tunings(this is really only i miner problem n u wont care as your guitar will always be in tune) last of all jackson make the best guitars(yes they are far better than ibanez) i will recomend them to anyone

      • #99623
        Anonymous
        Guest

        They said theres a lot of screwing around when you want to change tuning..like from standard to C for example. They said you have to pretty much take it apart to get it right, as apposed to a tune-o-matic where you can change tunings pretty quickly.

      • #99618
        Anonymous
        Guest

        whoever told you that is fucked up in the head, i never use multiple tunings on my original floyd rose, it stays in tune when i use the whammy bar and even better when i dont, they are great, dont drop out of tune too often, mine is no hassle at all and neither are the other 3 i have, so try it once, youll see its simple and easy. Trevor : Hello. I was planning on buying a Jackson guitar but people have told me the floyd rose bridge is useless if you’re a guitarist who uses mulitple tunings. Can anyone explain to me how a floyd rose bridge works, and why they are such a pain?.

        • #100989
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I bought a Charvel with a Floyd Rose Tremolo about a month ago, and there are no hassles. The only thing i can’t figure out is hot to get the whammy bar in. But anyway when i first bought this guitar it rattled. So i simply raised the two screws that held up the bridge which brought the strings higher from the bridge. The Floyd Rose is spring tensed so if you have problems with it all you have to do is unscrew the back panel and take of the springs which will take off the bridge and tremolo. If you have anymore questions just post them. -Tyler

        • #122599
          Anonymous
          Guest

          He’s saying they are useless if you are a guitarist who uses mutiple tunings, how quickly can you tune them to different tunings?? Lee

          • #125766
            Anonymous
            Guest

            really the only tuning i use is standard, half and drop D so what i do is tune em up to standard, lock the locking nut, and do my best to tune them down before the next song, but i misenterpretted what eh was sayin i thought he ment its hard to tune em into other tunings sorry Trevor : He’s saying they are useless if you are a guitarist who uses mutiple tunings, how quickly can you tune them to different tunings?? : Lee

            • #126134
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : really the only tuning i use is standard, half and drop D so what i do is tune em up to standard, lock the locking nut, and do my best to tune them down before the next song, but i misenterpretted what eh was sayin i thought he ment its hard to tune em into other tunings : sorry Trevor oh ok…sorry about the miscomunication. So they ARE a pain for changing tuning?

              • #126493
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Ill admit they are a pain because you have to keep tuning them up or down because the system moves when you drop, but ive gotten used to it so it takes me botu 1 1/2 minutes to tune it to drop D quickly, but even then its not completely accurate, ill admit, they are a pain in the ass unless you got other guitars for the dif. tunings, but id go for it because its a good system, but when you change tuning itll take you a while to figure out how high to set the knobs and stuff to be able to change the tuning on stage, go for it. Sorry bout the misinterpretation, Trevor : : really the only tuning i use is standard, half and drop D so what i do is tune em up to standard, lock the locking nut, and do my best to tune them down before the next song, but i misenterpretted what eh was sayin i thought he ment its hard to tune em into other tunings : : sorry Trevor : oh ok…sorry about the miscomunication. : So they ARE a pain for changing tuning?

                • #126508
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Yes, the floyd rose is a pain to tune, even to get a fine tune. Because when you use heads it pulls the casing foward, losing the strings!

    • #50766
      Anonymous
      Guest

      LHOKL

      • #99611
        Anonymous
        Guest

        WHY YOU NO USE NO VOWELS?

    • #50764
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need any info such as yr, model, and is it a piece of shit or what! also how much is it worth? Serial # w30168 its on the Square neck plate this guitar has no numbers or names on it except the Serial number even the ESP co. cant help so anything i can get i would be very thankfull.

      • #99614
        Anonymous
        Guest

        im interested in buying one like that are you selling it, because if you are i am very interested. email me at [email protected]. Trevor : I need any info such as yr, model, and is it a piece of shit or what! also how much is it worth? Serial # w30168 its on the Square neck plate this guitar has no numbers or names on it except the Serial number even the ESP co. cant help so anything i can get i would be very thankfull.

    • #50763
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was just wondering how much i could get for a old acustic gitar pick up and if ne one wanted one i know a new one would be 650 but how much would an old one cost

      • #100311
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i was just wondering how much i could get for a old acustic gitar pick up and if ne one wanted one i know a new one would be 650 but how much would an old one cost

      • #99633
        Anonymous
        Guest

        where i live you can get a whole bag of humbugs for about 50p, wouldnt fancey an old one though.

      • #99627
        Anonymous
        Guest

        $6.50 is a little steep.

    • #50762
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Guitar gear news blog, rss feeds of new guitar, amp, effects releases.

    • #50761
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey guys, I have a Vista aucoustic guitar Model No. 2028 made in Korea. I got it back in the late 80’s as a gift so I don’t know what it’s worth. Can somebody please give me an estimate? It has a dreadnought body style. Herring bone trim, two-part back, 24k gold plated tuners, very nice warm sound. I’d appreciate any help. Thank you.

      • #109646
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sure its vista???

    • #50760
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Never heard of this one. ’90 ish Fender San Luis Rey? Any help?

      • #109755
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Never heard of this one. ’90 ish Fender San Luis Rey? Any help?

        • #111514
          Anonymous
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          : : Never heard of this one. ’90 ish Fender San Luis Rey? Any help? I’ve got one, I’ve been trying to find information on it. It’s got a better sound and plays better than any guitar I’ve ever owned.

          • #112743
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : : Never heard of this one. ’90 ish Fender San Luis Rey? Any help? : I’ve got one, I’ve been trying to find information on it. It’s got a better sound and plays better than any guitar I’ve ever owned. I also own one. Bought it in 1991. I cant find info or a guitar that plays sweeter or sounds better…

    • #50758
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what tubes are best for a 67 bassman for distortion or the ways that you can get it to distort a lot more. thank you

    • #50759
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I’m looking around for a Guild M-20, preferbly 1965 or 1972. All Mahogany and preferbly original components in playable condition. If anyone has one they are willing to part with, please email me at [email protected] . Thanks! ~Julie

      • #99613
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hello, I’m looking around for a Guild M-20, preferbly 1965 or 1972. All Mahogany and preferbly original components in playable condition. If anyone has one they are willing to part with, please email me at [email protected] . Thanks! : ~Julie

        • #122595
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Hello, I’m looking around for a Guild M-20, preferbly 1965 or 1972. All Mahogany and preferbly original components in playable condition. If anyone has one they are willing to part with, please email me at [email protected] . Thanks! : : ~Julie Check on E-bay. You may already have but, just in case. You might be surprised.

    • #50757
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey all, I am looking for a new Fender Bass Guitar. Nothing to extravegant, just smooth sounding. I figure a Fender should do the trick. Anyways, I found this one at http://www.bassguitarstore.com for $529 and I wanted to know if this was a good edal. I am wary about buying used, so please only comment with new price comps. Thanks

    • #50756
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i just recently bought a flying v off of ebay purposefully because it had no name so people wouldnt go around sayin shit bout how its not cool because its not a gibson and shit like that, but id like to know what kind of v it is, if anybody has ever seen pictures of james hetfields white gibson copy v it looks just like that except it has a trem, also i need to know where to find a channel select switch for it(3 way toggle) because the current is broken thanlks, trevor

    • #50754
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Roooooney

    • #50753
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have a gibson sonex they are willing to sell? E-mail me at [email protected]

      • #101977
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone have a gibson sonex they are willing to sell? E-mail me at [email protected] Hi there – yes – i have emailed you at this address but am recieving no reply. 1980 Cream and black – vgc

      • #100875
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone have a gibson sonex they are willing to sell? E-mail me at [email protected] Hey man i have a Gibson Sonex 180 Deluxe, MAroon and Black. I am not sure if i am selling it or not, email me an offer and i will get back to you

    • #50755
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Would anyone have anymore information on a legit. appraisal for a 40th anniversary fender stratocaster guitar.

      • #97918
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Would anyone have anymore information on : a legit. appraisal for a 40th anniversary : fender stratocaster guitar. Bought mine for $2000 in ’95. fender sales rep said they go up in value by about 20%. just saw a second hand one on sale for $2500

      • #99484
        Anonymous
        Guest

        not the best strat ever made, and certainly not the worse, usualy USA SSS configuration, if its in fantastic condition i would expect $700, maybe drop to $500 for an iffy one. Lee

    • #50752
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know where I might get Free Rockman Sustaior, Distortion and Chorus unit owners manual downloads. I’m a disabled vet and my funds are very limited. I love the equiptment though and want to get proficient at using it. Boston Fair has downloads but some of the words are chopped off and I would like a good copy of the manuals. Thanks

    • #50750
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am having a volume problem with my Epiphone Chet Atkins SST. The sound either gets abruptly loud or is too soft (less than half the original volume) while playing. Often the abrupt jump in volume occurs when playing precussive passages or strumming hard. I changed the battery w/ no effect. I kept thinking there was a bad cord or something, but then I tried it at home with a Monster cord direct into my amp and it still did it. The volume pot seems to work fine. Any ideas?

    • #50751
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me if these guitars are worth the money?

      • #99470
        Anonymous
        Guest

        some are, and some are not.

    • #50749
      Anonymous
      Guest

      sellin the same charvel as last time, if you wanna see it go too http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=2384&item=3731900190&rd=1

    • #50748
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I thought of buying a western acoustic guitar. If they both had the same price, what would be best: a hoeffner or a morgan? I’ve heard that hoeffner is better. Is that true?

    • #50747
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Roger semi acoustic/electric guitar in the original case! It is a 50’s ancient guitar an im willing to listen to any offers! email me if u are interested at [email protected]

      • #100024
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a Roger semi acoustic/electric guitar in the original case! It is a 50’s ancient guitar an im willing to listen to any offers! email me if u are interested at [email protected] quite interested. Please email me directly and send pix. Yhanks – Nate

    • #50744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need guitar lessons so if u teach private lessons please email me or call me at 303-466-3489. You have to live in colorado somewhere in the Denver area. thanx alot.

    • #50745
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have to sell my 1985 charvel model 4 to buy my next guitra, i am open to trades and im also open to offers of certain extents (ex. 100 watt amp) but mainly im lookin to sell it for bout 300 $, if you feel you can try to talk me down or anything like that, email me at [email protected]

    • #50746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was borrrn in a crossfire hurricane, and i howwwled at my ma in the drivin’ rain. But its allllright now in fact its a gas, but its allllright, im a …..

    • #50743
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Re:Saya ingin bertukar pengalaman bermain gitar

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    • #50742
      Anonymous
      Guest

      when i play the second frett on my electric guitar, the string doesnt play a note it just rattles. this it the only one that does this. whats wrong and how can i fix it?

      • #99474
        Anonymous
        Guest

        might help a bit if you tell us what make/model it is? lee

        • #100300
          Anonymous
          Guest

          your neck might be warped , try adjusting that, i had a guitar that did that and i fixed it that way, also i raised the bridge, that might help too.

    • #50741
      Anonymous
      Guest

      l was just wonderin how much this guitar would be worth. lts in emakulate condition , white marble effect scratch plat with small picture of elivs on the bottom of it. the guita itself is black with a white rim. please send me an email on your decision .

      • #99457
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i seem to remember this guitar coming out a few years back, looks like something you might pick up in the graceland souvenier shop on your way out, along with an Elvis vegas tour jacket, and an 8th of a strand of his hair preserved behind glass in a gold gilt frame. to be fair i seem to remember it got a very good review, something of a collectors item but a good player, if its in excellent condition i would think you could get $400-$550 for it. underneath all that elvis stuff is a J200 waiting to get out. Lee

    • #50739
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any information on Cortley Ukulele's "Help Me!"

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    • #50740
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to sell my ’62 Special Strat reissue and charge a fair price. It’s a limited edition model #12 of 18 made. Burgundy Mist w/matching peg head. Texas set-up and all gold hardware. The guitar is in MINT condition w/plastic still covering some parts. OHSC tolex w/gold liner and all original paperwork including tremlo springs and wrench in unopened package, coverplate, strap etc. I bought it in 1993 from a Fender Signature dealer in upstate NY and paid $1602.

    • #50738
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help with a operation manual for the BOSS ME-5 effects unit. I picked one up for my son at a sale however, it came with no manual. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

      • #100854
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone help with a operation manual for the BOSS ME-5 effects unit. I lost mine in the move here. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    • #50737
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi i wonder if anyone can help i recently purchased a framus guitar Model is Amatour 5/1. Serial #13617. any info regarding the guitar would be welcome, such as age, type of wood etc. many thanks alan

      • #110016
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :Hi I have a framus quitar that I purchased 2nd hand in 1970. We were flooded up and unfortunately so was the guitar. I’m trying to get an idea of the value of the guitar. It is a Framus 12 string guitar Texan 5/296 serial number 39630, Looks likes there is a date stamp of March 15, 1968 Thanks Sandy

    • #50735
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey im lookin for any used gibson sg that your willing to depart with for less than $500

      • #99325
        Anonymous
        Guest

        SG’s are great guitars, but not every SG made was a cracker, to find a good one you will have to part with more than $500, take my advice, look around for a great sounding SG (not difficult to find) and then part with the asking price, dont let a few $$ get in the way of great tone.

    • #50736
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got a choice between a Epiphone SG Special, a Silvertone Fastback or a Peavey Predator Plus HB I am wondering which is the better guitar I am into Hard Rock and Metal bu would like one that can play decent on a clean channel as well (Skynyrd and M.Hatchet)

    • #50734
      Anonymous
      Guest

      do you want to play a real bass?

    • #50733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey, anyone else have alot of trouble getting pinch harmonics out of a Telecaster? I’ve gotta work my ass off to get em workin’ i guess the old stock single coils arent the greatest for them.

      • #99308
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve never had a problem on any of my Tele’s, actually they sound great on em…… I’d have to say my technique is just a little differnt on a tele than a LP, but not much and buckers/higher output pups can make some difference. : hey, anyone else have alot of trouble getting pinch harmonics out of a Telecaster? I’ve gotta work my ass off to get em workin’ i guess the old stock single coils arent the greatest for them.

    • #50731
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just purchased a Takamine f-345 and wondered if anyone could give me any info on it. Don’t know what it’s really worth. It’s in great shape, sounds great and i’m happy with the $250 i gave for it with a hard case, was just wanting some info.

      • #99330
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Guess it’s worth $250, to you. : Just purchased a Takamine f-345 and wondered if anyone could give me any info on it. Don’t know what it’s really worth. It’s in great shape, sounds great and i’m happy with the $250 i gave for it with a hard case, was just wanting some info.

    • #50732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      mine has a neck and brige black pickups can i cover them

      • #99320
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ive seen them taken off before, so if you can remove them im sure you can install them, check out http://wdmusicproducts.com have a look on the site, if you dont see what you need then e-mail them.

    • #50729
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey Fellas, I play Guitar and I am from Chennai, anyone wanna team up for some good music??

      • #100033
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hey Fellas, : I play Guitar and I am from Chennai, anyone wanna team up for some good music?? Hey, What kinda a musik r u lookin up to play. Me is a percussionist comin down 2 chennai soon. R u into lead or bass? cheers, Karthik

    • #50730
      Anonymous
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      As most people on here know i am a huge ESP fan and cant ever have to many ESP’s so what i need help with is a few things and maybe some people can actually find these. I need to know where to find and ESP or LTD Vintage. Preferably an ESP vintage 400. I need one of the pre lawsuit ESP explorers, doesnt matter what size, nor if its bolt on or not. And finally i need one of the pre lawsuit flying v’s. Again it doesnt matter whether its bolt on or not. If you can find any of these guitars i would love to know where i could buy them so that i could complete my old ESP collection which still needs some building so if you have found any Pre lawsuit ESP’s please email me at [email protected] with any and all information, thank you and have a nice day. Trevor

      • #99313
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Cant say im a fan, but good luck with the hunting trevor. Lee

    • #50728
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can’t find the boss me-10 manual anywhere. can someone please email me a copy or tell me where to download one. thanks

      • #122601
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : can’t find the boss me-10 manual anywhere. can someone please email me a copy or tell me where to download one. : thanks check at link below

    • #50726
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi! I have guitar that number is 6112770. I’m intrested any information of this guitar (collectibility, price etc.).

      • #101158
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi! I have guitar that number is 93073330. I’m intrested any information of this guitar (collectibility, price etc.).

      • #122589
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi! I have guitar that number is 6112770. I’m intrested any information of this guitar (collectibility, price etc.). check the forums at epiphone.com

        • #125773
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Hi! I have a LES PAUL that number is F6060547. I’m intrested any information of this guitar (collectibility, price etc.).

    • #50727
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am a developing guiterist which likes jazz music,infact i want to be a jazz master but i just don’t know what to do to become a jazzist.Moreover, what will i do to increase my speed and how can i get guitar scales.

    • #50725
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just seen Lynyrd on ‘The old grey whistle test’ for the 20th time doing a 10 minute version of Freebird, what a band! slide guitar lesson for free, dont make em like that anymore.

      • #99318
        Anonymous
        Guest

        All their guitar players were good!But that Steve Gaines dude….JEEZ LOUSIE !!!

        • #122583
          Anonymous
          Guest

          THEY FUCKING ROCK!!!!….Gary Rossington is good, but omg Allen Collins Blows that dude away!!!…gary learned it all from allen and he knows it!….R.I.P. Allen Collins and Ronnie Van Zant

          • #122645
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Allen Collins…is that the other dudes name? Hmm..I forgot…ok. But the Lynard Skynard girls will tell ya’…Steve Gaines OUT-ROCKS them all.Thats why he was able to show up when HE felt like it. There’s a documentary with taped footage of all three of them wailing! That’s what I saw. Good luck

    • #50722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an original fender strat (mexico) not one of the cheap rip offs or the squire series but an actual mexico series that is for sale with a 10 watt fender amp, softshell case, and possibly cables. Make an offer. MINT condition for a 93 i do beleive, will get vin number back to all iunterested. again, MAKE AN OFFER. thanks and good luck. Trevor [email protected]

    • #50724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      thanks for the advice…i bought a Gibson Les Paul Custom off some guy here in the city today and its awesome….he has a Standard too so he sold his custom to pay a studio bill…800 bucks. It rocks!….its alpine white. thanks again man!

      • #99328
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Jack, sounds like you got the deal of the century, 800 for a custom is a great deal, white is a great colour too. wel done. Lee

    • #50723
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Mako Strat Copy

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Mako Strat Copy

    • #50721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      One of a kind, original guitar posters, t-shirts, lunchboxes, and more! Please visit http://cindybracken.tripod.com/originalguitarposters/

    • #50720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought what looks like a really old Ventura Bruno acoustic guitar about a year ago from a guy at a yard sale who had lots of vintage instruments. It has a pretty good sound but i can’t really find any information on the guitar and if its a good quality guitar and how much it might be worth. If anyone has any info for me let me know. thanks

    • #50718
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, guys,Im from argentina and I would need some tips. I want to configurate my zoom 505 II to get Adam Jones from tool sound, I mean, the most psychodelic sounds he makes, and any other psychodelic patch would help. Please E-mail me Please be very clear and specific, because I dont speak too much English and it would be a pity if i couldnt understand what u mean. Thanx a lot, pals

      • #81327
        Anonymous
        Guest

        es imposible sacar un sonido tipo adam jones solo con una zoom 505, adam jones se pegaria un tiro en las bolas comprate un amplificador Diesel de 4 canales

    • #50719
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, guys,Im from argentina and I would need some tips. I want to configurate my zoom 505 II to get Adam Jones from tool sound, I mean, the most psychodelic sounds he makes, and any other psychodelic patch would help. Please be very clear and specific, because I dont speak too much English and it would be a pity if i couldnt understand what u mean. Thanx a lot, pals

      • #122772
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You should get an e-bow

    • #50716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      new, click link for info

    • #50717
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I need a manual for the Kasha Preamp Rockmod I and the Rockmod II. Thanks a lot !!!!

    • #50714
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know if the G3523 or the G3503 are available as cutaways?

    • #50715
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know if the G3523 or the G3503 are available as cutaways?

    • #50713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Japanese Strat with serial no.E502855 all i know is that it was made somwhere between 1984-1987 i would like to know if anyone here can put a price in $ or in € for me…. This would be really helpful.. Thanks

      • #99164
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you have a great guitar there Liam, that 84-87 is a great era for the jap strats, i would say if its in mint condition, all original you should get around $700, stick it on ebay on a max listing with a $650 reserve i bet it will hit it. good luck. Lee : Thanks

        • #112498
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Liam, i have the same guitar as you and this site was very helpful. Thanx! Bliz

    • #50712
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help me evaluate the value of this guitar. it has built in e-tuner,treble/bass booster, distortion,repeater; all built into the body. don’t know the year or price. Guessing 1967. Willing to trade for another collectable.

    • #50710
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help me evaluate the value of this guitar. it has built in e-tuner,treble/bass booster, distortion,repeater; all built into the body. don’t know the year or price. Guessing 1967. Willing to trade for another collectable.

    • #50711
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a guitar with what looks like a slightly dry fretboard. What can I use on it? Thanks

      • #100152
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a guitar with what looks like a slightly dry fretboard. What can I use on it? : Thanks You can put lemon oil on it. I once used a fresh lemon and just squeezed it on the fretboard and it looks better.

      • #99175
        Anonymous
        Guest

        its unlikey that the rosewood has dried out, that wood will never dry up, but you can get the fretboard to look a little healthier by rubbing in some lemon oil, it will make it shiny and a little darker, but i doubt the wood will soak it up. Lee

        • #122763
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Are we talking rosewood for sure??? If its ebony you’re better off with RAW linseed oil

    • #50709
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HOHNER PROFESSIONAL ST SPECIAL S Strat Copy

      This popular thread has been given its own page : HOHNER PROFESSIONAL ST SPECIAL S Strat Copy

    • #50708
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Battery goes flat very quickly – yes, I di take the jack plug out! Anyone know of a solution to this problem Equaliser Ref is EQ 790. Thanks for your help Cheers Fred

    • #50706
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does any one make an amp that is compatible to both acoustic and electric guitars

      • #99335
        Anonymous
        Guest

        all amps are compatible to both types of instrument, but to get a good sound you realy need an amp of each type, as far as im aware there is no amp that does both transistor with mid and top range speakers for accoustic and a valve with midrange dedicated guitat speaker for the electric. you will have to buy one of each like the rest of us.

    • #50705
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a Gibson SG-Z Bass Guitar in Heritage Cherry finish. Please email if you know where I can find one.

    • #50707
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lookin for a set of EMG 81 81 actives like kirk hammets usual get up. Need em to put in my LTD M-302 to replace the shitty HZ’s. Thanks in advance. Trevor

    • #50704
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Fender Strat which I purchased new in the early 1980’s. The tremelo arm has come loose. It works ok, but when you let it go it drops strait down which it never used to do. Is there a way to tighten it? I can’t see anything obvious. The guitar stays in tune pretty well and I don’t want to buggar anything up.

      • #99155
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Since you said it works ok, I wouldn’t mess with the springs or anything in the back cavity. You want to stop the arm from swinging around, right? There are 2 things you can try: First is to get a spring that is 1/2 inch long or so and smaller than the diameter of the trem arm. Unscrew the arm, drop the spring in the hole, and replace the arm. Experiment with different springs to get right stiffness. The other way to go is go to your local hardware store and get some Loc-tite or equivalent. Get the low or medium strength. Apply it to the threads on the trem arm. Use just a very small amount at first and replace the arm. If it’s still too loose, just repeat the process (i.e. apply a little more, etc). What this stuff does is adds thickness to the threads making the thing tighter when it’s screwed in.

      • #99156
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try taking the back plate off and replacing the trem springs in there, its relatively harmless and easy to do i had to do it to my LTD m-302 and it took a tops of 30 seconds Trevor : I have a Fender Strat which I purchased new in the early 1980’s. The tremelo arm has come loose. It works ok, but when you let it go it drops strait down which it never used to do. Is there a way to tighten it? I can’t see anything obvious. The guitar stays in tune pretty well and I don’t want to buggar anything up.

    • #50703
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Would like to know if there is anything on the market similar to the bass pedal keyboard from years ago to support a solo guitar player.

    • #50702
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to put Active EMGs on my Les Paul but i’ve heard i may have to get some work done to get the battery in there…is this true?

      • #99185
        Anonymous
        Guest

        All my guitars have some sort of EMG humbuckerr or pickup in them, i had EMG 81 60’s installed on my Les Paul before i sold it and they didnt have any problem installing it, and if they did im sure it was just mounting the battery mount, ask lee tho i didnt do mine so i wouldnt know im just an EMG fan. Trevor : I want to put Active EMGs on my Les Paul but i’ve heard i may have to get some work done to get the battery in there…is this true?

    • #50700
      Anonymous
      Guest

      need an electric guitar for under $70

      This popular thread has been given its own page : need an electric guitar for under $70

    • #50701
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi, is it possible to transpose the tunning of my guitar down half a step with the gr 33 synth? thanks

    • #50698
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi! could you please recommend a hindi guitar tab site, i am particulate in the film "here with me"

      • #99177
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ah, always nice to see the hindi boys back.

      • #99188
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hi! could you please recommend a hindi guitar tab site, i am particulate in the film "here with me" Well look in that chapati my friend

    • #50699
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i recently got a DOD (dead overdrive distortion) box with that mexican fender, id like to know exactly how good these are if anybody can help. Trevor

    • #50697
      Anonymous
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      Hi,does anyone own one of these? Ive been after a nice Gibson J50 for a while, but Ive been advised to try and get one of these instead.Im told they record really well, having a bit more bass than the Gibson,although not as sweet a treble. Any comments would be gratefully received. Before you ask, its not easy to audition guitars either in stores [which I hate] or peoples homes, especially if you need it to record with !! Thanks to those who bother to reply,Brian

      • #92794
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I bought my D35 in Garland, Texas in 1974 while I was in college. I believe I paid $600.00 for it, but I truly cannot remember. At the time, Ronnie Dunn of Brokks and Dunn fame and I were playing together. These guitars were very popular for recording sessions in the 70’s. I installed a El Gato piezo electric pickup under the bridge. This had an external pre-amp and a pin jack end the end of the strap peg. These acoustic pick-ups were made in Abilene by a local guitar store – Baca Music by Bernard Baca. My guitar is still near mint and the sound is unlike any new guitar you can find or at least that I have been able to find. The quality of Guild at the time was considered to be of the same standard as Martin or Gibson. If you can find one for sale, these are tremendous instruments and greatly under valued in my mind. However, I am prejudiced and mine is not for sale : Hi,does anyone own one of these? Ive been after a nice Gibson J50 for a while, but Ive been advised to try and get one of these instead.Im told they record really well, having a bit more bass than the Gibson,although not as sweet a treble. Any comments would be gratefully received. Before you ask, its not easy to audition guitars either in stores [which I hate] or peoples homes, especially if you need it to record with !! Thanks to those who bother to reply,Brian

    • #50696
      Anonymous
      Guest

      anyone know what that is? what does the HB stand for.

      • #99190
        Anonymous
        Guest

        check the kay website

    • #50695
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How the hell does josh hommes get that warm kick- ass sound?? What gear does he use, like pedals and shit??

    • #50694
      Anonymous
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      Once again, saw a brand I’ve never heard of. What’s the Arbor brand like? Good quality?

    • #50693
      Anonymous
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      Contessa Guitar  - HELP!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Contessa Guitar – HELP!

    • #50692
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Gibson custom shop Pat Martino-near new

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Gibson custom shop Pat Martino-near new

    • #50690
      Anonymous
      Guest

      never played, link for more info. $2369 with hard case

    • #50691
      Anonymous
      Guest

      tablaturas de coldplay

    • #50689
      Anonymous
      Guest

      mmm plzz lol some 1 has 2 know, its really making me think but i cant seem 2 stop it. all i wanna know is how other ppl make a heavy metal sound that moves the floor but doesnt make a hum sound.

      • #99329
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Suggestios: (1)Use a noise gate,I like the Boss NS-2 (2)The bass signal is a Looong signal!At sound check stand approx. 15-20ft. from amp.You might want to cut out some bass and add more mid-range. A common mistake is to turn up volume when the bass gets washed out by guitars and cymbles.Instead check your mids!Cuz not enough mid and too much bass signal equals "mush".More mid-range will give more clarity. Hope this helps,

      • #99006
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Crank ur Low’s ur Mid’s and High’s all the way up, or crank lows and highs all the way up and turn mids alll the way down, try it out. Trevor

        • #99168
          Anonymous
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          cheers man, il try that out. err it just got 2 me cause ive been using the 7 band EQ and the head 2ghter 4 so long now and they all got messed up so i 4got the places total killer seen as i just got my gibson sg 2day and i wanted 2 try it out lol but i will try that out man cheers

          • #116530
            Anonymous
            Guest

            if that doesnt work ive got some other ideas so come back and notify me otherwise no problem. : cheers man, il try that out. err it just got 2 me cause ive been using the 7 band EQ and the head 2ghter 4 so long now and they all got messed up so i 4got the places total killer seen as i just got my gibson sg 2day and i wanted 2 try it out lol but i will try that out man cheers

    • #50688
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking for a Guild M20 to buy. If anyone is selling one, please email me. Thanks Frazer

    • #50687
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok i have a laney tfx3 amp head and 2 ibanez 400 watt cabs. i have been using it for a few months now and its been fine but 4 the past 3 weeks i wasnt able 2 have it 2 play so i kept it in my room unpacked, but 2day iset it up and all of the knobs were all different.so i set them up from wht i can rember (heavy metal soudn) but im gettin a lot of bass hum, dooes any one know simple settings 2 make it soudn heavy and a bit bassy with out the bass hu over powering so it sounds liek its not disorted just about lol. p.s i use a dod multifx pedal and a 7 band EQ the EQ pedal is set netral apart from the mids which r set lower. please help me i have a recoding i 2 weeks i cant recod with the hum being so in ya face…..

    • #50685
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey I was wondering if anyone has a fender strat elite that want to sell if so please email me at [email protected]

    • #50684
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Gibson Explorer which i won in a radio contest. It was owned by The Edge from U2 and I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of where I could go to have it valued? Here is a link to some pics http://www.lyptonvillage.org/gallery/edgeguitar Thanks if you can help.

      • #99028
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sorry bout the last message, it didnt send properly. Anyways, though i dont know where you can go to have it valued, its the same price as any other new explorer, bout 800 in US. now add the weirdo pickgaurd which i could find for bout 20 bucks at a custom online store and you got yourself a 820 dollar guitar. are you trying to sell it? Trevor : I have a Gibson Explorer which i won in a radio contest. : It was owned by The Edge from U2 and I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of where I could go to have it valued? : Here is a link to some pics http://www.lyptonvillage.org/gallery/edgeguitar : Thanks if you can help.

        • #116538
          Anonymous
          Guest

          did he actualy play it? looks like a promo thing, did the tour when they brought out the best of CD? i think you would need proof that he actualy owned it otherwise like trevor says its an $800 guitar with a $20 scratchplate which i think would devalue it by $20 making it a $780 guitar. Lee

          • #122630
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It belonged to The Edge which I have proof of from Universal Records. I have authenticity papers which came with the guitar stating it was the Edge’s guitar. The band gave it away as a prize to promote their Best of album. I also won a trip to Dublin to stay in their hotel. Thanks for your comments, but I am still wondering where I can find out where I could have such a piece of rock memorabilia appraised? It is the real thing, pardon the pun, and Im not really trying to defend that because I know it is. Im just asking advice on where I could have it valued…

          • #122510
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Thank you lee, and if your sellin it im lookin for one so give me a price. Trevor : did he actualy play it? looks like a promo thing, did the tour when they brought out the best of CD? i think you would need proof that he actualy owned it otherwise like trevor says its an $800 guitar with a $20 scratchplate which i think would devalue it by $20 making it a $780 guitar. : Lee

    • #50686
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My buddy is givin me a mexican strat ( somethin bout it bein form mexico) in place of some money he owes me because of a crash on my dirtbike. I need to know how much a mexican stratocaster is actually worth so i know im not gettin ripped off. thanks. Trevor

      • #99612
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey dude.. i’ve got a mexican strat (since i’m mexican…lol)… and it sounds really great!… well i have to say that i replaced the original strat pick ups for a kinman set… and it sounds fucking great…. i have heard that the only think u need to change on a mexican strat (for those pro-guitar players)are the pick ups… I don’t mean the standard pick ups worth nothing… but there are lot pickups better than fender standard… even the neck is made on the states… it says made in mexico… but they come from the u.s.a… wood is the same (aliso)(btw..here in mexico we’ve got some of the best woods around!…)… but if you are interested in money more than on a guitar… i will say to you that here in mexico… a mexican standar strat is around $450 – &650 usd… add $50 if you want the sunburst color… but as always… for more info about that… check out the http://www.fender.com site… go to global and then fender en español…. there is a .pdf with all the prices for a strat…tele…etc… guitars. laterz amigo…. (p.s. a mexican standar stratocaster is a lot … lot better than those made on china,korea or japan… 😉 no offense lee…. but that’s the way it is….. SEE YA ALL!…

      • #99030
        Anonymous
        Guest

        over here they are £200 about $300, but i bet they cheaper your side, just take a loot at ebay.com see how much they fetch.

    • #50683
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can someone help me find a Sing online. the title Song of Thodasa Roomani Hojayen

    • #50682
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am trying to find a value for a Black Ibanez Concord 12 string accoustic guitar model number 752-12 bought about 1983 Any help Thanks Bill Ferguson

    • #50681
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just got a used Strat Squire and was wondering the approx year made and possibly the value. The serial # is CN211914. Any info would be great. Thanks in advance.

      • #99031
        Anonymous
        Guest

        CN usualy denotes its chinese, and any chinese start is worth about as much a takeout set meal for 4. year of manufacture isnt an issue, you probably have at best a $70 guitar. Lee

    • #50680
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been seeing a brand around that I haven’t seen before, Jay Turser. Do any of you know about it and if so, what’s the quality like?

      • #100822
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Cheap Chinese guitars, I say cheap, but not in quality, but price. I have a JT 200 Les Paul knock off, while the electronics needed an upgrade (I slapped in a couple of DiMarzio’, and a new 3 position switch) I usually tinker with any non-vintage guitar I get. The whole guitar itself is very nice!!! Set neck, beautiful gloss translucent purple finish, bound body and neck, and plays like a dream!!! All this for less than $150!!! I think for the price you cannot beat these guitars (although I can only comment on the one I have). I like it because I can tinker with it and not have to worry much about resale (the pickups are worth as much as as I paid for the platform). Hope this helps you.

      • #99009
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Jay puts out a nice guitar. I have a few and they are worth the money. They are a mid-level quality in the electronics and a higher level in the body. I have replaced the electronics and they are awesome. I have a vine neck Les Paul copy that I replaced the pickups with a set of Ducans and it screams. The Org. pickups wern’t that bad and sounded pretty good. A set neck, beautiful wood…. a good deal… Look on Ebay for the best deals. : I’ve been seeing a brand around that I haven’t seen before, Jay Turser. Do any of you know about it and if so, what’s the quality like?

    • #50678
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ibanez RG7321 for sale Brand new, click link for info

      • #92659
        Anonymous
        Guest

        how much does it cost? How much did u buy it 4?

    • #50679
      Anonymous
      Guest

      http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3730299001 Anyone bidding from this board does not need to be a Paypal customer… we would except payment via your nearest Natwest bank. Jay

    • #50677
      Anonymous
      Guest

      tol gig tau dito sa philippines, u’lfind sam yo here..

    • #50676
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought a JCM800 1960 Cab and I am having trouble with cab settings as far as mono/stereo set ups – don’t know what ohm I should be at – does anyone have any suggestions?

      • #100409
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Your cab shouldn’t be set at less than 4 Ohms, any lower and you could blow your valve head. If you’re using a single 4 x 12 celestion cabinet, 8 to 16 Ohms is fine. If you’re using 2 cabinets, use the mono settings on your speaker and set it to 8 Ohms for both cabs. 4 cabs is your maximum output as they each take an input of 4 Ohms. Good Luck and remember dont set your cab below 4 Ohms.

      • #99454
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just bought a JCM800 1960 Cab and I am having trouble with cab settings as far as mono/stereo set ups – don’t know what ohm I should be at – does anyone have any suggestions? if you arent using rack gear use mono always and the 16 ohm socket on the cab. for the head use 8 ohms for 1 cab and 16 for 2 cabs.

    • #50675
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Whats the deal with the "Faded" line of Gibson guitars? Are they so cheap because they sound like crap or are they so cheap because they look like crap? How to they match up against Epiphone? Because heres my thing, i was going for a Epi Les Paul Standard when i saw these, i dont care much about the look because i could very easily paint it myself, i have the proper tools.

      • #99002
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nothing is really different unless you play, they sound the same with the same hardware and everything, but the faded series is much lighter, i dont know why they are so cheap but a faded v plays like the reissues do maybe better and the faded is extremly light, i mean so light i could easily balance it on my pinky no problem, but otherwise they are the same, i want to buy oen but no money so i cant. Trevor : Whats the deal with the "Faded" line of Gibson guitars? Are they so cheap because they sound like crap or are they so cheap because they look like crap? : How to they match up against Epiphone? : Because heres my thing, i was going for a Epi Les Paul Standard when i saw these, i dont care much about the look because i could very easily paint it myself, i have the proper tools.

        • #116543
          Anonymous
          Guest

          All the faded models are different, i recently sold a LP special double cutaway in cherry, it was a 1990 model, and here are the differences on that model, the faded model has: narrower headstock, the ‘Gibson logo’ is a gold transfer on the faded on mine it was pearloid inlay standard type, the scratchplate was one ply on the faded on mine it was 3 ply, the body on the faded was 2/3 the thickness of mine hence the weight difference and of course it has no cellulose coating, looks like somes taken a palm sander to it, looks rubbish. you will find on all the faded models there are differences to the originals, all the faded models have dot markers on the neck, you wont find a LP standard in this range, i think they only do a SG special, A LP special DC and SC, And a Flying V. You should just find the money and go for the LP standard you want, beg borrow or steal it. someone will probably try and rip the arse out of this post, but there it is, i believe it to be true to the best of my knowledge. Lee

          • #122579
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : i have to say in all honesty, the Gibsons are better, i always look at buying guitars as an investment, but you need to follow some basic rules, always get the most wanted model, in your case, a LP standard, that is the most popular model, always get a standard ‘standard’ model, in other words if they bring out an electric blue one off model with active pickups and you fall in love with it, i would avoid it, in 2 years time it will look naff and no-one will want it, always go for a colour that everybody wants, the old sunburst colours are always good sellers, and buy it 2nd hand, then you pay less and in 2 years if you decide to sell you will always get your money back plus more. keep it in original condition, if you do decide to change the pickups, keep the old ones to put back on when you sell it. so invest your $1000 dollars in a good 2nd hand gibson les paul, there is nothing like it, the epis dont match up, neither do the tokais or any other copy, the gibsons always cut through, if there is nothing that can touch these guitars, so get the money together and go buy one and stop talking about it. Yes sir!

          • #122523
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : All the faded models are different, i recently sold a LP special double cutaway in cherry, it was a 1990 model, and here are the differences on that model, the faded model has: narrower headstock, the ‘Gibson logo’ is a gold transfer on the faded on mine it was pearloid inlay standard type, the scratchplate was one ply on the faded on mine it was 3 ply, the body on the faded was 2/3 the thickness of mine hence the weight difference and of course it has no cellulose coating, looks like somes taken a palm sander to it, looks rubbish. you will find on all the faded models there are differences to the originals, all the faded models have dot markers on the neck, you wont find a LP standard in this range, i think they only do a SG special, A LP special DC and SC, And a Flying V. : You should just find the money and go for the LP standard you want, beg borrow or steal it. someone will probably try and rip the arse out of this post, but there it is, i believe it to be true to the best of my knowledge. : Lee And people say Epiphone Les Pauls are "fake Les Pauls"…sounds to me like these muthafuckers are the fakes. And is it just me or is it INSANE that the Gibson Standard is 4 times the price of the Epi….i mean c’mmon is it really THAT Much better!? and are epiphones LPs smaller then the gibsons or are they pretty much an exact copy?

            • #125764
              Anonymous
              Guest

              i have to say in all honesty, the Gibsons are better, i always look at buying guitars as an investment, but you need to follow some basic rules, always get the most wanted model, in your case, a LP standard, that is the most popular model, always get a standard ‘standard’ model, in other words if they bring out an electric blue one off model with active pickups and you fall in love with it, i would avoid it, in 2 years time it will look naff and no-one will want it, always go for a colour that everybody wants, the old sunburst colours are always good sellers, and buy it 2nd hand, then you pay less and in 2 years if you decide to sell you will always get your money back plus more. keep it in original condition, if you do decide to change the pickups, keep the old ones to put back on when you sell it. so invest your $1000 dollars in a good 2nd hand gibson les paul, there is nothing like it, the epis dont match up, neither do the tokais or any other copy, the gibsons always cut through, if there is nothing that can touch these guitars, so get the money together and go buy one and stop talking about it.

    • #50674
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lee i noticed you have good sources for guitars, do you have any other sites besides music123, musicians friend, ed romans, and sweetwater if so please send them for me, Trevor

      • #99018
        Anonymous
        Guest

        samedaymusic.com is a gd site 4 guitars and nevadamusic.co.uk

      • #99010
        Anonymous
        Guest

        im not in the US trvor, im in London UK, to buy guitars i always use Loot.com, but that is a UK website, i buy a bit from Ebay mostly parts, but i find that to be quite expensive, i usualy sell on there, ive just got a jap ’62 reissue strat, im going to break it up and sell it seperatly on there, a brilliant source for tab is http://www.guitarsrule.com for lessons i use http://www.guitarknowledgenet.com/ most of the other sites i use are UK specific. Lee

    • #50673
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently purchased an SG bass replica in the UK and am interseted in finding out what make it is as there are no emblems on it. The bass itself has a single pick-up and was made in Japan. If anyone has more informaton, please e-mail me.

      • #99025
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if its made in Japan it will be a good copy, if it looks old it could be a tokai, i think those SG basses were called EB3’s and there were 2 types, a long and a short scale neck, EB3’s were used a lot in the 70’s, didnt jack bruce used to use one? without a brandname it will be very difficult to get info on. Lee

      • #98863
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Its most likely a Copy without a name, like james hetfields flying v, nobody knows what make it is, its just a copy he has layin around, and a damn good one at that. Trevor : I recently purchased an SG bass replica in the UK and am interseted in finding out what make it is as there are no emblems on it. The bass itself has a single pick-up and was made in Japan. If anyone has more informaton, please e-mail me.

    • #50672
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Jackson Kelly XL ’94. Very similar to Marty Friedman’s Kelly. Black color, 24 frets, rosewood fretboard, lo-pro licensed Floyd, neck binding, 2 humbuckers. Only 2 minor dings.

      • #98929
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Email me with some pics and the price [email protected] : Jackson Kelly XL ’94. Very similar to Marty Friedman’s Kelly. Black color, 24 frets, rosewood fretboard, lo-pro licensed Floyd, neck binding, 2 humbuckers. Only 2 minor dings.

        • #99019
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Trevor I already send you the pics. Let me know…

    • #50671
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know what patch to use for all the small things by blink 182?

      • #98851
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does anyone know what patch to use for all the small things by blink 182? with a zoom50511 pedal?

    • #50670
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What are those tremelo/whammy pedals like? im not a big fan of the whammy bars so im kinding looking into the pedal.

      • #98852
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you are looking for the dive-bomb type of effect, they won’t do it very well. I have the original Digitech Whammy and I love it. I use it for spacial type effects, mainly the "up 1 or 2 octave" setting, I rarely use the harmony effects. I only use one, maybe two notes at a time with it though, it gets sloppy when you add more notes to a chord. If you like U2, the Edge uses the effect quite a bit, it’s all over the "PoP" record. Give it a try, you might like it.

      • #98920
        Anonymous
        Guest

        SHitty, nothin like the bars at all, at least not mine anyways, trust me, the bar isnt that much of a nuuesance and is actually pretty nice, all my guitars except 1 have em. Trevor : What are those tremelo/whammy pedals like? im not a big fan of the whammy bars so im kinding looking into the pedal.

        • #116532
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : SHitty, nothin like the bars at all, at least not mine anyways, trust me, the bar isnt that much of a nuuesance and is actually pretty nice, all my guitars except 1 have em. Trevor : : What are those tremelo/whammy pedals like? im not a big fan of the whammy bars so im kinding looking into the pedal. I was lookin around on the Jim Dunlop site and i like the looks of this thing…you control it like a wah, others i’ve seen are more like an "on/off" approach, i think i may look into it. http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/electronics/rotovibe/index.html

          • #122543
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Well like i said i dont know because mine isnt a jim dunlop but it is controlled by wha type rocking mnotions and its really high end and cracks up a bit and low end is justy nasty all round, but go aheand and try one out then try a guitar with a trem bar on it. Trevor : : SHitty, nothin like the bars at all, at least not mine anyways, trust me, the bar isnt that much of a nuuesance and is actually pretty nice, all my guitars except 1 have em. Trevor : : : What are those tremelo/whammy pedals like? im not a big fan of the whammy bars so im kinding looking into the pedal. : I was lookin around on the Jim Dunlop site and i like the looks of this thing…you control it like a wah, others i’ve seen are more like an "on/off" approach, i think i may look into it. : http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/electronics/rotovibe/index.html

            • #125747
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : Well like i said i dont know because mine isnt a jim dunlop but it is controlled by wha type rocking mnotions and its really high end and cracks up a bit and low end is justy nasty all round, but go aheand and try one out then try a guitar with a trem bar on it. : Trevor : : : SHitty, nothin like the bars at all, at least not mine anyways, trust me, the bar isnt that much of a nuuesance and is actually pretty nice, all my guitars except 1 have em. Trevor : : : : What are those tremelo/whammy pedals like? im not a big fan of the whammy bars so im kinding looking into the pedal. : : I was lookin around on the Jim Dunlop site and i like the looks of this thing…you control it like a wah, others i’ve seen are more like an "on/off" approach, i think i may look into it. : : http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/electronics/rotovibe/index.html Yeah you’re right dude…its just not the same…plus it’d be alot less fuckin around with the bar

    • #50666
      Anonymous
      Guest

      and I am a GOON for " divorce for men " cuz I am a sexist racist texas punk wannabe .

    • #50669
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I piss on myself because I have a borderline personality disorder. I hate music. I hate John Lennon and everything he ever said.

      • #99779
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You are a piss head and should kill yourself… He’s dead… so should you be dead too…. Do it now… Do it now….. : I piss on myself because I have a borderline personality disorder. I hate music. I hate John Lennon and everything he ever said.

      • #99621
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeah man… i piss on you….

    • #50667
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I must confess. I know I am a poseur of the utmost dispicable degree. I HATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

    • #50668
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for any type of flying v with a trem system, if anybopdy knows where i can find one, please tell me, and question for lee is, do you know where i can get a decent replica of a flying v like james copy, because i want to buy 2, one with the trem in it, and the other to mess around with and toy with, if you got anything for me, please tell me Trevor

      • #98895
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am looking for any type of flying v with a trem system, if anybopdy knows where i can find one, please tell me, and question for lee is, do you know where i can get a decent replica of a flying v like james copy, because i want to buy 2, one with the trem in it, and the other to mess around with and toy with, if you got anything for me, please tell me : Trevor Both the Jackson and BC Rich Vs have tremelos…they’re a bit pricy though

        • #116540
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I played an epi flying V and it was a very good guitar, one of those korona ones, it look very good too, nice natural wood with a white scratch plate, the epi pickups are a lot better than they used to be, i bet you could get a 2nd hand one of those for around $450, what kind of trem system are you putting on it?

          • #122542
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I have an old khaler trem system and i bought a floyd rose a while back for my project guitar but i dont have the money to make the project guitar so im doin it with any v i can get (gibson style though), im gunna have a buddy sand it down and repaint it and take off the name and all that so nobody gets all cherry pickin with me bout how my guitar is a sucky brand and all, then maybe ill sell it to fund my other guitar project, dunno, we’ll see. : I played an epi flying V and it was a very good guitar, one of those korona ones, it look very good too, nice natural wood with a white scratch plate, the epi pickups are a lot better than they used to be, i bet you could get a 2nd hand one of those for around $450, what kind of trem system are you putting on it?

    • #50665
      Anonymous
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      Heres how it goes down….i want a Les Paul…and i dont feel like spending well over a grand on a Gibson studio because personally i think they look like trash, it looks like a baby guitar to me when next to a higher priced les paul. Anyway, i was looking at the Epiphone les paul Custom, tried it out…and its a nice guitar, i’ll give credit where its due. But i also tried out the ESP/LTD EC-1000, les paul copy…it looks a little more "evil" if you will but they both pretty much look the same in the long run….heres the thing…the pickups on the epi are good for stock, but me, like many of you, im a EMG kinda guy…now the EC1000 comes with a EMG 81 active set…i thought that was pretty sick…which made me lean towards it a little more….but when it comes down to it…they match out pretty evenly… EC has active 81 set Epi has an extra tone Epi costs about 200 bucks cheaper (but since i would replace the stock pickups with active EMGs anyway it’ll still cost around the same) they both have set necks the EC 1000 has "the new Earvana system" for perfect intonation up and down the neck,and Grover machine heads. My main beef with the Epi is the black and gold looks a little too "formal" for me…it reminds of Lucille….dont get me wrong, BB King rocks and so does his guitar…but its jut not my style. As where the EC 1000 gets me in the department that i’ve heard both good and bad things about ESP…and how alot of artists only use thier intstruments because they’re paid to…so idunno….its like trying to decide which nut to cut off here…haha just lookin for an opinion here…which one would you buy? (ec 1000 http://www.music123.com/ESP-EC1000-i16978.music) (epi les paul custom http://www.music123.com/Epiphone-Les-Paul-Custom-i30065.music) check out the links for more info

      • #98914
        Anonymous
        Guest

        3 words: TOKAI LOVE ROCK check out the latest jap models, and also the older early – mid 80’s i have a 79′ ‘reborn’ and it plays pretty close to a real les paul, looks like a standard and plays like one too. I keep telling people about these guitars but nobody turns on to them, check out the tokai web forum, dont part with your money til you have tried one. Lee

        • #116554
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : 3 words: TOKAI LOVE ROCK : check out the latest jap models, and also the older early – mid 80’s i have a 79′ ‘reborn’ and it plays pretty close to a real les paul, looks like a standard and plays like one too. I keep telling people about these guitars but nobody turns on to them, check out the tokai web forum, dont part with your money til you have tried one. : Lee Ah yes the infamous Tokai….link me to the forum brotha

          • #122522
            Anonymous
            Guest

            http://www.tokairegistry.com/ go to the forum link, the boys will point you in the right direction, during the attack on pearl harbour it was commonly misreported that the jap pilots used to cry ‘Tora Tora Tora’ , what they in fact were screaming was ‘Tokai Tokai Tokai’ . Even back at the eve of the battle of the pacific the japs were bigging the tokai factory up, Tokai Tokai Tokai’.

            • #125767
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : http://www.tokairegistry.com/ : go to the forum link, the boys will point you in the right direction, during the attack on pearl harbour it was commonly misreported that the jap pilots used to cry ‘Tora Tora Tora’ , what they in fact were screaming was ‘Tokai Tokai Tokai’ . Even back at the eve of the battle of the pacific the japs were bigging the tokai factory up, Tokai Tokai Tokai’. they look awesome, the new 2004 models have changed, they look exactly like the ESP copy i was interested in rather than the real les pauls. only problem is its gonna be a bitch to get on in my area, im gonna go with the epi, i can play it at the guitar store and really get a feel of it. thanks anyway man.

      • #98880
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Personally, I would go for the Epi. Why? Because if you would love to have a real Les Paul but can’t afford it, the Epi is the closest thing to it without the price. They sound good and perform great, live and in the studio. I have never been a big fan of ESP, they never impressed me much; tone, quality, craftsmanship, they never did it for me. But Epi’s have come a long way recently, they are great guitars. But, YOU buy what YOU enjoy playing the most. Phil

        • #116529
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Personally, I would go for the Epi. Why? Because if you would love to have a real Les Paul but can’t afford it, the Epi is the closest thing to it without the price. They sound good and perform great, live and in the studio. I have never been a big fan of ESP, they never impressed me much; tone, quality, craftsmanship, they never did it for me. But Epi’s have come a long way recently, they are great guitars. But, YOU buy what YOU enjoy playing the most. : Phil Yeah i’ve decided to go with the Epi Custom…simply because the ESP is pretty much limited to metal…not great for a clean tone. Thanks alot

    • #50664
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I heard a guitarist play the 5th caprice of Paganini, it is really impressive. To listen on this site : http://www.sylvain-meiler.com

      • #98908
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I heard a guitarist play the 5th caprice of Paganini, it is really impressive. To listen on this site : : http://www.sylvain-meiler.com you need to hear the version from Jason Becker, is really great!

        • #99482
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Go rent the movie crossroads (NOT that like ’97 Brittney Spears Piece of shit…the one w/ Ralph Macchio (yeah, the Karate Kid… from 1984 or ’85 hehe thats the year I was born…:) that movie is about a kid name Eugene Martone (Macchio…) finding an oooold big time blues man (Willey Brown/Blind Dog Fulton) & Eugene is trying to get into the blues scene, so willy brown offers to teach him a "Lost song" by Robert Johnson if he can get him out of his Nursing home & down to Fulton’s point…his’ piece of land that he owns in Mississippi…but Brown Sold his soul to the Devil just like his Friend Robert Johnson to get that magic Talent…so the ending scene of that movie…the go to "The Crossroads" which in Blue myth & legend is the place where people had to sell their sould to the devil for Music talent…and the ending scene is a Guitar Duel (in that movie the Devil…"Scratch" or "Legbur"…calls it "Cuttin’ Heads"; it’s like a compition) it was Ralph Macchio (who actually played Slide through the most of the sceme…i’ve been told either Stevie Ray Vaughn or Ry Cooder played Eugene’s part in the movie) VS (believe it or not…) Steve Vai…Steve Fuckin’ Vai, & it was actually him on screen, not actor or anything…& Via dominated most of the duel until the ending cut…Via played like a Rendidion of like a verry crappy Eddie VanHalen "Eruption"…then he started to celebrate like he won the kid’s soul…camra goes to his face, then the Devil’s face & his shit eating grin & laugh…& then Macchio’s Character out of nowhere starts playing 5th caprice of Paganini w/ some overdrive & distortion (sound like he was playing it into like a tube screamer or somethin’) on a Japanese Fender Strat (1983 was the year before Fender started calling it Squier…I have an ooooold mid-80’s Squier strat, & it said squir (in small letters) by Fender (huge letters; looks like a fender strat…)…but played the 5th Paganini perfectly, camera went back to Steve Vai (who i think is who actually recorded the track for thesound track)…Vai started like 1/2 way through, and the Ibanez (or back then he might have used Kramer…i don’t know) did not have enough frets to hit the ending note for the solo, and he broke a string trying to copy that note…but it can be downloaded (movie & shit can be too…) as Steve Vai – Eugene’s Trick Bag, it’ll play the whole head cutting duel & then the ending Classical…it was poetic justice right after Via started celebrating to hear Macchio start playing the classical solo…& the camera stays on him for a minute…& you watch him wipe that grin right off his face…his face goes from ["Hell Yeah!; knew it"] to […uuuuh oh, whoah, what the fuck?!?…ooooh Shit]

    • #50663
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a ’76 Dove copy that’s in pretty bad shape but, I think it’s worth saving. Is it?

      • #98997
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I too have a Alv. dove and it’s ok… I also have a "real" Gibson Dove that sounds better than any other acoustic I have ever played. You can get a good used Alv. dove for around $300 on Ebay or I’ll sell ya mine so if you need to put in more than $200 to fix it, give it up.. : I have a ’76 Dove copy that’s in pretty bad shape but, I think it’s worth saving. Is it?

    • #50662
      Anonymous
      Guest

      digitech rp300 9VAC 1300mA

      This popular thread has been given its own page : digitech rp300 9VAC 1300mA

    • #50661
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want build a remote switch for my MG30dfx , I need a wiring diagram for double swith and plug , P801 footpedal.

      • #99916
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I want build a remote switch for my MG30dfx , I need a wiring diagram for double swith and plug , P801 footpedal.

        • #100436
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I want build a remote switch for 30th anniversary amp 6100 , I need a wiring diagram for triple swith and plug(DIN) , MPM3E footpedal.

    • #50660
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m just looking for recomendations on a low priced beginner guitar. Looking for s best buy not more than $150.00

      • #98926
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to http://www.musicyo.com I’ve personally bought several of their Kramer line and feel that I’ve definately gotten my money’s worth. I bought a Baretta for under $200 that plays just as fast and sounds just as good as $600 to $800 Jacksons.

    • #50659
      Anonymous
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      My 80 watt Marshall has a CD input which is very useful, but when you have tunes playing thru it, and you change the volume via the volume control knob on the master channel, the sound goes fuzzy, only for a seccond, but its annoying. I don’t imagine things> Design fault? thanks for any ideas Georgi PS anyone seen the G3 Satriani tour on at the mo? Its gonna be amazing.

    • #50658
      Anonymous
      Guest

      1968 Vox Ultrasonic for sale

      This popular thread has been given its own page : 1968 Vox Ultrasonic for sale

    • #50657
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My sister has inheritted a collection of guitars made by my uncle Thomas, a well known high end electric guitar maker in the 50’s-70’s. Among these guitars is one we assume is not made by him, a turtle shell guitar. I saw one of these at the Liverpool museum website that was confiscated because turtles are non a classified endangered species. We are wondering how to go about finding out how much these are all worth, what we need to do to try and get a collection together that can tour museums. A couple of other guitars in the collection are "Maltese Crosses", and a double guitar modeled after Yoko Ono, has hair and everything, that was made for John Lennon as a gift, but never picked up!

    • #50656
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just want to let evryone know that I’ve been working very hard to give you great Guitar Information. The first site is my MSN Group Site… Check us out at: http://groups.msn.com/guitarpage My other site, Content/Merchant Site Check us out at: http://www.guitarz-for-ever.com Guitar Playing…Agggh! Ever want to make guitar playing look so effortless? You can! It’s easy…and fun. In fact… Anyone can play guitar. Not everyone will… If guitar playing has ever intrigued you, Guitar Page is here to help – even if you’ve tried before. All guitar players, at some point, did not know how to play. This is where we can help, AND you can have fun in the meantime. Take your time to explore these pages – Bookmark this page if you like, since we’re continually adding to the fun.

    • #50654
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need to know how to put a DiMarzio Super Distortion Pickup into an Ibanez AXS32 bridge.

      • #101273
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hello… i have a fender strat copy with 3 single coils .. and i need to install two passive humbuckers in there place.. i would like to do this myself.. and i do need a little help or instructions… thanks – PoNy

      • #116556
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Have you tried going to Dimarzio’s website for a wiring diagram? That would probably be the biggest help for you.

    • #50655
      Anonymous
      Guest

      SH-900: is it good or what? How much does it retail for? I’m looking at a used one.

    • #50653
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone living in HK right now? We are a rock band doing both originals and covers, have played around HK for about two years and have a solid reputation… if anyone is interested in joing us, please email me? d

    • #50652
      Anonymous
      Guest

      pls dend me

    • #50651
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to download kal ho naa ho’s songs

    • #50650
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how much is this u.s. made instrument?????

    • #50649
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i found it!!!! i found my telestar. it’s a telestar 5001. it was only made foem 1967-1969! i found it

    • #50648
      Anonymous
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      • #98613
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeah but you are saving 20k, ive seen a martin one off with loads of jewelry stuck all over it for 250k.

        • #116510
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : yeah but you are saving 20k, ive seen a martin one off with loads of jewelry stuck all over it for 250k. Mental!

    • #50646
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does ne one knoe how the power chords are strumed in this song and what the time for it is?

    • #50647
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Due to financial difficulties (I’m a single-mom), I need to sell the Silvertone I got from my uncle, but I have no idea on how much to ask for it. It’s a model 1449, Sunburst Red, amp in case (still works), all original parts. Also, if someone could tell me how to gauge what kind of condition it’s in would be greatly appreciated.

      • #93259
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Due to financial difficulties (I’m a single-mom), I need to sell the Silvertone I got from my uncle, but I have no idea on how much to ask for it. It’s a model 1449, Sunburst Red, amp in case (still works), all original parts. Can you send me a picture of it? I might even be interrestd in buying it from you! : Also, if someone could tell me how to gauge what kind of condition it’s in would be greatly appreciated.

      • #98718
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s just been brought to my attention that I have a model 1452L (not the 1449 like I previously though).

    • #50645
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was wondering if anyone knew how i could locate a few of the switches that soder into the board for the digitech rp6 effects processor.

    • #50644
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lp standard, click link for info

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      Hey folks how do,cant seem to find th value of my guitar,so wondering if anyone could,as far as i kno it’s usa pacifica,two single coil pick-ups humbucker pick-up(seymore duncan)5 way selector,wilkinson floating bridge&tremloks,+bolt on neck.even a rough guess would be good,cheers.

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        : Hey folks how do,cant seem to find th value of my guitar,so wondering if anyone could,as far as i kno it’s usa pacifica,two single coil pick-ups humbucker pick-up(seymore duncan)5 way selector,wilkinson floating bridge&tremloks,+bolt on neck.even a rough guess would be good,cheers.

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      About two years ago I bought a Peavey T-26 guitar. Shortly after I bought it I noticed that it had "patent pending" on the back of the head stock. So I assume that it is one of the first few in it’s line. It is natural woodgrain w/ a black pick gaurd. If anyone can tell the value of the guitar, it will be greatly appreciated.

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      boss me6 manual

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      Looking for a manual for an Ibanez PT5 guitar effects pedal or maybe an on source?? can anyone help. Cheers.

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        : Looking for a manual for an Ibanez PT5 guitar effects pedal or maybe an online source?? can anyone help. : Cheers.

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      Floyd Rose Problem

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      As a novice I’m just wondering from what I read that Jazz guitarits prefer archtop guitars. Why is that??

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        english please, dont know if you noticed but 99% of the posts are in english, and of course the other 1% is hindi, something about hindi galob tab downloads, anyone seen any yet??

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