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    • #127640
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      I also have a Gibson Epiphone and the exact numbers are on my neck plate too. That’s confusing…

    • #39132
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      Tama Guitar?

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    • #39133
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      special thanks

    • #39130
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      does anyone know where to get the magnetic overlay strip that you place on the fingerboard of a bass guitar converting it to fretless

    • #39131
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      i think i have an idea of how to change them but i need to make sure, so please help

      • #101702
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        it’s usually good to change one string at a time. You want to keep the same stress on the neck as possible. Taking all of them off at once will only lead to future truss rod adjustment.

      • #93398
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        : i think i have an idea of how to change them but i need to make sure, so please helpDear nick for decent help on changing strings go to http://www.frets.com then click on big index page you will see pics etc on changing strings ,for gods sake DONT cut your strings as Ken suggests because this takes all the tension off the neck of the guitar and can end up damaging your axe,change strings one at a time till they are all done this keeps tension on the neck,no offence ken but its not a good move,ive been a luthier for 35 years so you may want to take my word for it. hope so ,good luck mate b.j.kenna

      • #93382
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        I am assuming this is a 6 string guitar, let me know if it is not. First loosen the strings, then cut them in the middle, around where the neck meets the body, and remove them from the tuning pegs, and then the body. Place the new string in either through the bridge if electric or place bridge peg on top if acoustic. Then run string up to tuning peg and cut off all but about 1 or 2 inches past the tuning peg, that will give you plenty to wind up, but not too much. Place string into the hole, only about 1/2 inch sticking through, then start winding. That is it.

    • #39128
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      Replacing Humbuckers On Epiphone G400 (SG)

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    • #39129
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      Please can anybody send me the patch for the song:One of us, from Joan Osborne? Thank you!!([email protected])

    • #39127
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      dose anyone know the cords to:- How can you mend a broken heart (bee gees) thanks

    • #39124
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      Marshall TSL100 Schematic

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    • #39126
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      anyone know where i can pick up a marshall jcm 800 2×12 cabinet? i have the head, not i’m looking for a matching cabinet. thanks, -ben

    • #39123
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      does anyone have the tabs for "gimme some lovin" by philadelphonic?

      • #92253
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        : does anyone have the tabs for "gimme some lovin" by philadelphonic? dude…philadelphonic is the album name from g love and special sauce….clown

        • #115062
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          shit, i apologize–DOES ANYONE HAVE THE GUITAR TAB TO G.LOVE AND SPECIAL SAUCE’S "GIMME SOME LOVIN" ON THE PHILADELPHONIC ALBUM?!

      • #103874
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        Keep searchin fool cuz you aint ever gonna find this song!! Trust me I KNOW!! : does anyone have the tabs for "gimme some lovin" by philadelphonic?

    • #39125
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      Hondo 1981 semi acoustic

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    • #39122
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      I need rto sind out what web site that you can download and play qna read sheet music on plase it would be muchly appreciated.

    • #39121
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      I need rto sind out what web site that you can download and play qna read sheet music on plase it would be muchly appreciated.

    • #39120
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      what’s up….nice to find this sight…i’ll check in later…

      • #93185
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        Yeah so how is/was Pamela Anderson anyway?

    • #39119
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      are Fender Deluxe Series Double Fat Strat good for playing a range of soft metal to heavy metal? they come with 2 Tex-Mex Fat Strat Humbucking Pickups, and im not sure if i should stay away or go for it.

      • #93191
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        : are Fender Deluxe Series Double Fat Strat good for playing a range of soft metal to heavy metal? they come with 2 Tex-Mex Fat Strat Humbucking Pickups, and im not sure if i should stay away or go for it.the mexican fender version is way more for the money.

    • #39117
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      i havent been able to find a model number on this guitar. ive had it since 1955. if you’d like a picture, i will be glad to email some to anyone interested. a few people say if my guitar was in very good condition, it would run around 5 to 8 grand. it is in fair condition, has had a face-lift. needs very minor fixes, like bridge at bottom. ive been told it was made around 1937. any offers will be considered. thanks! [email protected]

    • #39118
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      In 1962 I purchased a 1953 Gibson base guitar model EB-1 Ser.# 3 2732. It’s in very good shape but a volume control knob is missing. Can someone help me locate a replacement knob. Preferably original. I am considering selling it and will entertain offers.

      • #114049
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        : In 1962 I purchased a 1953 Gibson base guitar model EB-1 Ser.# 3 2732. It’s in very good shape but a volume control knob is missing. Can someone help me locate a replacement knob. Preferably original. : I am considering selling it and will entertain offers. good luck! that’s a needle in a hay stack. you have a $3k bass missing a kbnob that’s 50 yr’s old. if your piece has never had a brocken kneck or cracked anything on it , it’s truelly rare. eb1’s are like sg’s the head stocks were weak in construction(as alot of the early les paul’s) and very few remain without some sort of break in the neck.when your talking about a gib eb1 that’s a real find!

    • #39116
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      I’m search piezzo preamp schematic for acoustic guitar Help me please !

    • #39115
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      Ineed the tab to #5 and #8 of the new album.

      • #93230
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        : I need the tab to #5 and #8 of the new album, By 3 Doors Down.Country Coonass(Al.& La)

    • #39114
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      I am hoping someone can help me out – I am looking for the original sales price for a 1959 Gibson ES335 dot, and the original sales price for a 1962 Fender Jazzmaster. Any information would be appreciated, and please feel free to email me directly at [email protected] Thanks!

    • #39113
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      where can i get tabliture off the internet for free?

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    • #39112
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      have had japanese made acoustic for 28 years model no. 77 like to know what year it was made has terrific sound

    • #39110
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      I swear I should just chop my fingers off.Im very frustrated and I can’t get these solos down the way I want them. I stay up all damn night sorting and configuring everything I know but Im not satisfied…………….thanx 4 the help anyway……..(ii i{===<>

    • #39111
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      I have a epiphone les paul custom and i want to change the bridge pickup to a dimarzio x2n that I bought but when I opened up the back of the guitar the bridge pickup that is in there seens to only have two wires connecting it while the dimarzio has four?

    • #39107
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      Brad Paisley country guitar sound ?

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    • #39109
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      i want to know what kind of guitar and what modle did keith richards use in the earley 60s. thank you

    • #39108
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      like to know value of 1968 hofner hollow body natural finish not sure of model,how can I find out?

      • #114979
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        Like to know the value of a red, leather-backed hofner guitar, not sure of the model, how can i find out?

      • #94759
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        : like to know value of 1968 hofner hollow body natural finish not sure of model,how can I find out?

        • #110434
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          there is usually a label inside the body. Check in the lower F hole (with a torch. Failing that, more info is required. Is it a single or double cutaway….that sort of thing

    • #39104
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      Fender Telesonic

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    • #39105
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      Do you know of a replacement nut to replace the metal nut on an 88 ultra. I would like a bone or plastic nut to replace the bright sounding standard nut. Any info?

      • #93221
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        : Do you know of a replacement nut to replace the metal : nut on an 88 ultra. I would like : a bone or plastic nut to replace the bright sounding : standard nut. Any info? i would go to http://www.graphtech.com. they have teflon impregregnated nuts that are not to bright but allow maximum slip.

    • #39103
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      Guitar vs Guitarist

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    • #39106
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      my guitar is a gibson rd artist firebird (i don’t know if it’s the real name), with moog active electronics. I’m looking for informations about this active electronics. Does anybody can give me informations about this compressor-expender system? Does anybody have an opérating booklet? Thank a lot!

      • #110402
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        : my guitar is a gibson rd artist firebird (i don’t know if it’s the real name), with moog active electronics. I’m looking for informations about this active electronics. Does anybody can give me informations about this compressor-expender system? : Does anybody have an opérating booklet? : Thank a lot! – I have a 79 blond – if you find a booklet please let me know!!

        • #110510
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          : : my guitar is a gibson rd artist firebird (i don’t know if it’s the real name), with moog active electronics. I’m looking for informations about this active electronics. Does anybody can give me informations about this compressor-expender system? : : Does anybody have an opérating booklet? : : Thank a lot! : : – I have a 79 blond – if you find a booklet please let me know!! I have a 79 rd custom with a maple neck. i bought it one and a half year ago for 1000 DM (480$) . i think it was cheap. it was my first real guitar . i love it

    • #39101
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      ANybody got one or know where ot get one? TIA

      • #97349
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        : ANybody got one or know where ot get one? TIA hi l got one MG-44

    • #39102
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      Does anyone know where I can buy this guitar? I also have an Epiphone Hummingbird w/OHSC to trade if intrested.

      • #80492
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        I am interested in that hummingbird if you still have it. Please email back Mike

      • #96267
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        I own one and am trying to find out what is it worth. I am interested in selling it. It is in excellent condition with almost no signs of wear. If you are interested, please make an offer. If you are not interested, maybe you can tell me what its worth. Thanks

        • #105054
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          I also own an FT-550 and would be willing to part with it but I am also having trouble finding out how much it is worth.

    • #39100
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      LADO EARTH 2000

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    • #39099
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      Would you like some FREE, EASY money?Re: Entertainment Chat (Admin)Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 13:53:35 GMT From: Does Anyone Need Some Easy, Extra Cash??? Read This!!! Re: HS CC (Admin) Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 23:42:24 GMT From: js187899 > Make $6,000 with $6 You all Must Read this!!! Re: Entertainment Chat (Admin) Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 19:51:03 GMT From: Make $6,000 with $6 You all Must Read this!!! A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars within weeks with only an initial investment of $6.00! So I thought, "Yeah right, this must be a scam", but like most of us, I was curious, so I kept reading. Anyway, it said that you send $1.00 to each of the 6 names and address stated in the article. You then place your own name and address in the bottom of the list at #6. Post the article (with your name in the #6 spot) in at least 200 newsgroups. (There are thousands). No catch, that was it. So after thinking it over, and talking to a few people first, I thought about trying it. I figured: "what have I got to lose except 6 stamps and $6.00, right?" Then I invested the measly $6.00. Well GUESS WHAT!? Within 7 days, I started getting money in the mail! I was shocked! I figured it would end soon, but the money just kept coming in. In my first week, I made about $25.00. By the end of the second week I had made a total of over $1,000.00! In the third week I had over $10,000.00 and it’s still growing. This is now my fourth week and I have made a total of just over $42,000.00 and it’s still coming in rapidly. It’s certainly worth $6.00, and 6 stamps, I have spent more than that on lunch!! Let me tell you how this works and most importantly, WHY it works… Also, make sure you print a copy of this article NOW, so you can get the information off of it as you need it. 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      • #93069
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        Like you, I’ve gone through some good times. But then I wondered, why can’t life suck? And one day, a man walked up to me and punched me in the face. I felt so alive. And then I came up with this method for not only getting punched in the face but also ensuring that my life is bloody awful. I simply post pointless, scabby messages on discussion boards. Then I give out my home address and phone number. Since I started doing so, I’ve had ribs broken, teeth ripped out and my genitals reduced to a small meaty pulp. Life has never been so crap. And best of all, I didn’t have to pay a cent!

        • #93229
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          GOOD POKE, NOBBY!! Tread carefully, you may be pushing the envelope again. Peace, Silky John Perrin

          • #93376
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            Ummm.. don’t get me confused with Bob The Nob! I’m not him. : GOOD POKE, NOBBY!! Tread carefully, you may be pushing the envelope again. : Peace, Silky John Perrin

    • #39098
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      LiquiLab Records is offering a FREE sampler CD to everyone! LiquiLab is an Indie label offering the most exciting new music. The Petri Disc CD has over 60 minutes of music from LLR bands including Baleen, first night on earth, The Houston Brothers, The Interstellars and more! All you have to do is sign up for the mailing list (your info will not be sold)! http://www.liquilab.com

    • #39096
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      I recently bought a Stagg-western guitar, solid top. I wondered whether there is more info on Stagg guitars on the net or elsewhere?

      • #98906
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        go to staggmusic.com I have to staggs one is a western elec/acoustic slim body and the other is a white les paul copy. I bought them for beaters to screw around with and it turns out I like them so much I sold my to jacksons and bought a vox ac30 .. rock on

      • #81477
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        If you can read spanish u’ll enjoy this site http://www.luthieramateur.com There are comments by professional luthiers about that brand and maybe you’ll find what you’re looking for.

      • #116247
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        try our website at http://www.misslead.8k.com

      • #116257
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        try our website at http://www.misslead.8k.com

      • #84472
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        : I recently bought a Stagg-western guitar, solid top. I wondered whether there is more info on Stagg guitars on the net or elsewhere? Perhaps you found it yourself meanwhile – if not, go here: http://www.staggmusic.com/

      • #86449
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        : I recently bought a Stagg-western guitar, solid top. I wondered whether there is more info on Stagg guitars on the net or elsewhere? Try http://www.emdmusic.be bye Manuel

      • #95156
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        The spec says all the wood is as an ‘original’ .All you have to worry about is manufacture , ancillary equipment , how it sounds , and playing .

      • #94752
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        i bought a telecaster stagg copy and asked me the same questions!!!! it´s funny that those good copies are not very known! but to anyone out there: WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFOS ABOUT STAGG GUITARS WHO HAS OWN EXPERIENCES WITH THOSE GUITARS AND HOW ARE THOSE? keep on rocking rainer

    • #39097
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      Hi to all if someone want to listen to some records made also with the gt3 visit my site at vitaminic.com: http://stage.vitaminic.com/main/capricorn_one2 Thks to everyone!! Hics

    • #39094
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    • #39095
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      Looking for pick guard (black w/white pinstriping on edge) for an old framus acoustic f-hole serial 5599

    • #39093
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      I hope you can help me. I am looking for a guitar stand that holds a guitar in a playable position so I can play one guitar (on a strap around my neck) and shortly use the other one (on the stand) in the middle of a song. (accoustic and electric). I am in germany. Do you know what this stand is called, and how I can get one

      • #83320
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        : I hope you can help me. I am looking for a guitar stand that holds a guitar : in a playable position so I can play one guitar (on a strap around my neck) : and shortly use the other one (on the stand) in the middle of a song. : (accoustic and electric). : I am in germany. : Do you know what this stand is called, and how I can get one I am Also looking, that’s how come I came across your posting I believe Alex Liefson (Rush) ownes a company called Omega products and they manufacture one, if you find anything else pls let me know.

    • #39092
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      1962 Gretsch Ronnie Lee model

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    • #39090
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      looking for players opinions comparing Gibson vs. Heritage guitars

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    • #39089
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      hey all… i need the first article of Mr Steve Vai on Guitar world, The ultra zone part 1… if someone can send it to me i will be very happy tnx

    • #39085
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      all I know is that it was made in 1938 Tiger Shark and from what I can find out only four were made can any-one help me please????????? Thank You Don

    • #39087
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      all I know is that it was made in 1938 Tiger Shark and from what I can find out only four were made can any-one help me please????????? Thank You Don

    • #39086
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      hey im a 16 year old experienced guitarist looking to join or start a band if you are interested drop me an email [email protected]

      • #84908
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        : hey im a 16 year old experienced guitarist looking to join or start a band if you are interested drop me an email [email protected] hey im 13 and i want to start a band to let me now whats up what kind of music (me rock) w/b angel

    • #39088
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      Im trying to find a good distortion sound like govt mule the allman bros. skynard and other southern rock bands. i have a peavy bandit 112 a boss metal zone a vox wah a danelectric phaser and a digitech rp3. does anyone know how to get a nice clean distortion with good tone with these? Thanx

    • #39084
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      READING THIS MESSAGE WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOREVER !!!!!!PLEASE READ THIS ALL!!!!!!!!! !!!!IT HELPED ME & IT CAN HELP YOU!!!! !!!! NOT A SCAM !!!! !!!I REPEAT NOT A SCAM!!! THIS ONLY COST YOU A 6.00 CASH !!!INVESTMENT!!! IT DOES WORK !!!PLEASE READ ALL!!! I found this on a bulletin board and decided to try it. A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars within weeks with only an initial investment of $6.00! So I thought, "Yeah right, this must be a scam", but like most of us, I was curious, so I kept reading. Anyway, it said that you send $1.00 to each of the 6 names and address stated in the article. You then place your own name and address in the bottom of the list at #6, and post the article in at least 200 newsgroups. (There are thousands) No catch, that was it. So after thinking it over, and talking to a few people first, I thought about trying it. I figured: "what have I got to lose except 6 stamps and $6.00, right?" Then I invested the measly $6.00. Well GUESS WHAT!?… within 7 days, I started getting money in the mail! I was shocked! I figured it would end soon, but the money just kept coming in. In my first week, I made about $25.00. By the end of the second week I had made a total of over $1,000.00! In the third week I had over $10,000.00 and it’s still growing. This is now my fourth week and I have made a total of just over $42,000.00 and it’s still coming in rapidly. It’s certainly worth $6.00, and 6 stamps, I have spent more than that on the lottery!! Let me tell you how this works and most importantly, WHY it works… Also, make sure you print a copy of this article NOW, so you can get the information off of it as you need it. I promise you that if you follow the directions exactly, that you will start making more money than you thought possible by doing something so easy! Suggestion: Read this entire message carefully! (print it out or download it.) Follow the simple directions and watch the money come in! It’s easy. It’s legal. And, your investment is only $6.00 (Plus postage) IMPORTANT: This is not a rip-off; it is not indecent; it is not illegal; and it is 99% no risk – it really works! If all of the following instructions are adhered to, you will receive extraordinary dividends. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY LEGAL! You are requesting a legitimate service and you are paying for it! Like most of us I was a little skeptical and a little worried about the legal aspects of it all. So I checked it out with the U.S. Post Office (1-800-725-2161) and they confirmed that it is indeed legal. Mail the 6 envelopes to the following addresses: #1)Erfan Haroon 24335 Fairmount Dearborn, Mi 48124 #2) Jeremy Patrick P O Box 570632 Houston, TX 77257 #3) Anne-Marie Marszalik 212 E. Grantley Elmhurst, IL 60126 #4) Christine Thibeault P.O. Box 522197 Miami Fl. 33152-2197 #5) Sarah Olson 131 Idlestone Ln. Schaumburg, IL 60194 #6) Ger Scanlan 4 Carraig Mor, Lackagh, Galway, Ireland. STEP 2: Now take the #1 name off the list that you see above, move the other names up 1 place (#2 becomes #1, #3 becomes #2, etc…) and add YOUR name and address as number 6 on the list. STEP 3: Change anything you need to, but try to keep this article as close to original as possible. Now, post your amended article to at least 200 newsgroups. (I think there are close to 24,000 groups) All you need is 200, but remember, the more you post, the more money you make! You won’t get very much unless you post like crazy. This is perfectly legal! If you have any doubts, refer to Title 18 Sec. 1302 & 1341 of the Postal lottery laws. Keep a copy of these steps for yourself and, whenever you need money, you can use it again, and again. PLEASE REMEMBER that this program remains successful because of the honesty and integrity of the participants and by their carefully adhering to the directions. Look at it this way. If you are of integrity, the program will continue and the money that so many others have received will come your way. NOTE: You may want to retain every name and address sent to you, either on a computer or hard copy and keep the notes people send you. This VERIFIES that you are truly providing a service. (Also, it might be a good idea to wrap the $1 bill in dark paper to reduce the risk of mail theft.) so, as each post is downloaded and the directions carefully followed, six members will be reimbursed for their participation as a List Developer with one dollar each. Your name will move up the list geometrically so that when your name reaches the #1 position you will be receiving thousands of dollars in CASH!!! What an opportunity for only $6.00 ($1.00 for each of the first six people listed above) Send it now, add your own name to the list and you’re in business! —–DIRECTIONS —– FOR HOW TO POST TO NEWSGROUPS————– Step 1) You do not need to re-type this entire letter to do your own posting. Simply put your cursor at the beginning of this letter and drag your cursor to the bottom of this document, and select ‘copy’ from the edit menu. This will copy the entire letter into the computer’s memory. Step 2) Open a blank ‘notepad’ file and place your cursor at the top of the blank page. From the ‘edit’ menu select ‘paste’. This will paste a copy of the letter into notepad so that you can add your name to the list. Step 3) Save your new notepad file as a .txt file. If you want to do your postings in different settings, you’ll always have this file to go back to. Step 4) Use Netscape or Internet explorer and try searching for various newsgroups (on-line forums, message boards, chat sites, discussions.) Step 5) Visit these message boards and post this article as a new message by highlighting the text of this letter and selecting paste from the edit menu. Fill in the Subject, this will be the header that everyone sees as they scroll through the list of postings in a particular group, click the post message button. You’re done with your first one! Congratulations…THAT’S IT! All you have to do is jump to different newsgroups and post away, after you get the hang of it, it will take about 30 seconds for each newsgroup! **REMEMBER, THE MORE NEWSGROUPS YOU POST IN, THE MORE MONEY YOU WILL MAKE! BUT YOU HAVE TO POST A MINIMUM OF 200** That’s it! You will begin receiving money from around the world within days! You may eventually want to rent a P.O.Box due to the large amount of mail you will receive. If you wish to stay anonymous, you can invent a name to use, as long as the postman will deliver it. **JUST MAKE SURE ALL THE ADDRESSES ARE CORRECT.** Now, each of the 5 persons who just sent me $1.00 make the MINIMUM 200 postings, each with my name at #5 and only 5 persons respond to each of the original 5, that is another $25.00 for me, now those 25 each make 200 MINIMUM posts with my name at #4 and only 5 replies each, I will bring in an additional $125.00! Now, those 125 persons turn around and post the MINIMUM 200 with my name at #3 and only receive 5 replies each, I will make an additional $625.00! OK, now here is the fun part, each of those 625 persons post a MINIMUM 200 letters with my name at #2 and they each only receive 5 replies, that just made me $3,125.00!!! Those 3,125 persons will all deliver this message to 200 newsgroups with my name at #1 and if still 5 persons per 200 newsgroups react I will receive $15,625,00! With an original investment of only $6.00! AMAZING! When your name is no longer on the list, you just take the latest posting in the newsgroups, and send out another $6.00 to names on the list, putting your name at number 6 again. And start posting again. The thing to remember is: do you TURN 6 (six) DOLLARS INTO $6000 or even $60000 EASY AND HONESTLY!!! The thing to remember is: do you realize that thousands of people all over the world are joining the internet and reading these articles everyday?, JUST LIKE YOU are now!! So, can you afford $6.00 and see if it really works?? I think so… People have said, "what if the plan is played out and no one sends you the money? So what! What are the chances of that happening when there are tons of new honest users and new honest people who are joining the internet and newsgroups everyday and are willing to give it a try? Estimates are at 20,000 to 50,000 new users, every day, with thousands of those joining the actual internet. Remember, play FAIRLY and HONESTLY and this will really work.

      • #94021
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        No it freakin doesn’t!

      • #93357
        Anonymous
        Guest

        this is all absolute bollocks dont listen to this mad man youll just end up losing money

      • #93075
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Crappy Chain Letter Scam

        • #110122
          Anonymous
          Guest

          get shreddin guys its more fun than this money scam thing…

    • #39083
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      I everybody i’m an italian musician and need the Logic 4.7 or later user’s manual . There is someone who know where i can find it out. I’m waiting for your pecious help. Thanks

      • #93068
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        : I everybody i’m an italian musician and need the Logic 4.7 or later user’s manual . There is someone who know where i can find it out. : I’m waiting for your pecious help. Thanks The Kazaa software from http://www.Kazaa.com .Go and see, download, install, conect, search for what you need.(manual or anything else) That’s how I found it.

    • #39082
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      I’m looking for reporters who would like to run a page on their local music scene. What it will involve is going to see local bands, reviewing music, interviewing bands etc. Our reporters usually get free passes to gigs etc, and so there are benefits to this. The page needs to be updated once a month, with reports being sent to me by e-mail and then being published and put online within 1 week. We are currently looking at ways to have the articles fully printed and distributed, at the moment it looks like we will ask our users to print of copies and hand them out at gigs etc. Anyone can get involved, for more info, goto http://www.dot-bands.com/forums Thanks Paul

      • #94795
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        hi there. my name is harmony. i am responding to your need for writers. i live in santa cruz and go to all the shows that i can. i would love to write for your page. i write for froth magazine, interviewing bands and writing abou the shows. i have alot of connections and would be able to gt interviews from many different bands. well, please let me know if a writer is still needed. [email protected] is my email address. thanks~harmony

      • #93073
        Anonymous
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        Hey that’s cool. I’ll just submit reviews of my band and my mates bands every week! : I’m looking for reporters who would like to run a page on their local music scene. What it will involve is going to see local bands, reviewing music, interviewing bands etc. Our reporters usually get free passes to gigs etc, and so there are benefits to this. : The page needs to be updated once a month, with reports being sent to me by e-mail and then being published and put online within 1 week. We are currently looking at ways to have the articles fully printed and distributed, at the moment it looks like we will ask our users to print of copies and hand them out at gigs etc. : Anyone can get involved, for more info, goto http://www.dot-bands.com/forums : Thanks : Paul

        • #110144
          Anonymous
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          It is ok for you to submit stuff about yours and your mates’ bands, however, we will be doing quality control checks on reports etc. However, if you want to just submit reviews of your bands, there is an area of the site for you to do this. : Hey that’s cool. I’ll just submit reviews of my band and my mates bands every week!

    • #39081
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      I want to buy an american fender, i dunno if a standard one or a hot rodded or a deluxe, are they really different?

      • #93228
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        : I want to buy an american fender, i dunno if a standard one or a hot rodded or a deluxe, are they really different? i have tried many fenders. i bought the american standard and had it hopped up with pickups and a friend bought the mexican and it was just as good for one fourth of what i spent. the mexican standard strat is the most for the money. it plays as good as the deluxes and american standards but less than half the money. hard to beat for $349. if you want a humbucker get the fat strat mexican.

      • #93240
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        : I want to buy an american fender, i dunno if a standard one or a hot rodded or a deluxe, are they really different? I had some american fenders. Now I have JV japan Squire (and some other guitars) and this axe sounds just like some vintage Fs and MUCH better then most of the 80’s and 90’s strats. This squires were made just few years in the beginning of 80’s and then stopped by Fender (guess why?) they have fender parts and are vintage reissues. If you can find one buy it! Search web to find more about those beasts. My opinion is the Fenders are mostly overpriced, and lot of them are crap (good vintage = $$$$)consider buying Strat-like guitar from another manufactor. You should have experience in Fenders to find good one, they are uncosistent in quality and sound. Dushan

        • #93390
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          why buy a fender when you can buy a gibson LP

          • #110135
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            : why buy a fender when you can buy a gibson LP DEPENDS ON THE MUSIC YOU PLAY. STRATS HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR YEARS PLAYING MUSIC MUCH CHEAPER THAN GIBSON.MOST OF US THAT LIKE THE SINGLE COIL SOUND GO WITH STRATS.I AM LEFT HANDED, AND OWN 1-LES PAUL,2-AMER.STRATS AND A 1983 TELECASTER. THEY ARE ALL GOOD,BUT FOR ME I ENJOY PLAYING THE TELE.IN THE SHOPS IN HOUSTON YOU SEE MANY PEOPLE CHANGING THEIR PICKUP OUT ON A GIBSON TO GET THE SINGLE COIL SOUND,WHY NOT BUY ONE TO BEGIN WITH? SONNY

      • #93088
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        I can only comment on the one that I have. I got a Hot Rodded Strat. American Fat Strat, with the Humbucker in the Bridge position. I RARELY use the Humbucker, I love the sound of the single coil twang, during solo’s I sometimes switch over. Happy Fendering.

        • #93545
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          I have the Hod Rod American Texas Special Fat Strat, and I love it more than any of the other 18 guitars I have. I like the Deluxes, but the noisless pickups are junk (in my opinion), and the standards are good. The earlier comment about the Mexican strats: They are good for the money, but play both, and I guarantee you’ll like the American better. I must say, I had to set my Strats up to my taste. I feel that the factory set up sucks. Once it is set up to your liking, it is a fantastic piece. I would recommend the Fat Strat because it seems to be the best of all worlds. It really depends on the style you play. If you want to sound like Limp Bizkit, look for something else.

    • #39080
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      dear every, i have something to ask you . could you send the lyric song tab cord of wall in your heart and out of reach to my e.mail. i try to look for these song,but i can’t see them. thanks, pisut

      • #82350
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        : dear every, : i have something to ask you . : could you send the lyric song tab cord of hotel carlifornia and out of reach to my e.mail. : i try to look for these song,but i can’t see them. : : thanks, : pisut

      • #82071
        Anonymous
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        i cant fine the lyrics or tabs for lipbizkit behind blue eyes or the house of the rising sun not sure buy who

      • #80221
        Anonymous
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        : dear every, : i have something to ask you . : could you send the lyric song tab cord of wall in your heart and out of reach to my e.mail. : i try to look for these song,but i can’t see them. : : thanks, : arizeou

    • #39079
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      G’day – wondering if anyone can help me? In 1993 i purchsed a Starfield semi-hollow body electric, cutaway guitar for about $500 AUD. Having recently valued it at a local store – i was informed that its rarity made it a highly sought after guitar. They quoted its value at around $1800-2000 AUD. While i’m aware it’s only worth what people are prepared to pay, i’d be most interest in hearing anyones thoughts given that it’s so hard trying to track down info on these guitars!!! Thanks.

      • #110150
        Anonymous
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        I’d buy your guitar in a second, but not at that price. I would say that the price you paid for the guitar was exceptionally cheap even considering that most people (including me) only paid about half the recommended retail price for their starfield. The fact is that starfields, while being the best guitars that ibanez has ever produced, were too tasteful for the early – mid nineties. I have an Altair USA Custom that i bought in 1994 (more expensive than yours but not as rare): RRP £1200, paid £665. I saw an identical guitar recently for £350 in reasonable condition. Yours is a rare guitar though, I would pay up to £450 for a good condition one. Not sure if this helps, hope it does. Andrew

    • #39078
      Anonymous
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      WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ANY INFORMATION ON A N-5 F HOLE KAY GUITAR BOUGHT IN THE SIXTIES. THANKS

    • #39077
      Anonymous
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      I’ve had this string board since 1965 its a lead guitar likes a easy 9. has all gold hardware natural finsh not junk.with case. I would sell for 1250.00 best offer.

      • #90401
        Anonymous
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        Do you still have this for sale? What model is it? Do you have any pictures you can forward. Thanks. : I’ve had this string board since 1965 its a lead guitar likes a easy 9. has all gold hardware natural finsh not junk.with case. I would sell for 1250.00 best offer.

    • #39076
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      I was just wondering if there were a site out there that teaches the basics of how to play a solo over a progression, or what notes or off notes can be played over a progression…. Thanks

      • #93847
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        : I was just wondering if there were a site out there that teaches the basics of how to play a solo over a progression, or what notes or off notes can be played over a progression…. : Thanks A GOOD SOLO COMES FROM INSIDE YOU. YOU STILL NEED TO KNOW YOUR SCALES BUT ONCE LEARNED EVEN THE BASICS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO PLAY MIND BENDING SOLOS JUST BY FEELING THE MUSIC. IF YOU DON’T FEEL IT YOU WON’T PLAY IT. THE MUSIC MUST FLOW THRU YOU. (excuse the star wars ref) BUT THAT’S JUST HOW IT IS. PSYCO.

      • #93082
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        : I was just wondering if there were a site out there that teaches the basics of how to play a solo over a progression, or what notes or off notes can be played over a progression…. : Thanks

    • #39075
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      a friend told me someone makes a removable magnet that you place on the fingerboard of a bass guitar to convert it to a fretless. sounds to me like it might work. anyone know where to get one? thanks, michah

      • #99944
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        Did you find out any more about this? I read another ‘urban legend’ type thread elsewhere about something by steinberg of this order but find nothingt at their site —– they would be the most likely candidates . Apart from this I can find nothing so far so I’m v interested to know your findings. Email me please at the address given. Much thanks, all best, jon:

    • #39074
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      Fender logo decal paper avaliable

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    • #39073
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      gibson humbucking pickup identification

      This popular thread has been given its own page : gibson humbucking pickup identification

    • #39072
      Anonymous
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      I am thinking about putting a humbucker on my tele at the neck position and was wondering if anyone knows if it’s going to sound good or not?

      • #93054
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        Putting a humbucker in a Tele is a good idea, but only if you are not satisfied with the crisp, bell like tone of the single coil twang. Do you have good single coil pickups? I built a Tele, and put in Vintage Fender Noiseless pickups, and I love the sound. I just don’t attempt to play songs/sounds that require the Fattness of the Humbucker. If I were going to do this, I would put it in the Bridge position, to get better punch. I have an American Fat Strat, it has the Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates Humbucker in the bridge position. I rarely use it, because I love the Single Coil sound, but during a solo, or loud part, I will flip the switch. Hope this helps.

    • #39069
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      Rattling problems with Epiphone Les Paul

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Rattling problems with Epiphone Les Paul

    • #39070
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      Beginner to Intermediate Guitar lessons in the Houston area. $10 per 1\2hr – $20 per hr. Contact me at [email protected] if your interested. Go to http://www.strateup.com to listen to MP3’s of the band I’m in. Check it out! Tim Jones

    • #39071
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      I’m interested in learning of experiences and setups for muscians playing their guitars by going through the house PA via use of preamp/modlers. Things like PODs, POD pros, Digitech products, Zoom and the like. An artical in this months Vintage guitar by Riley Wilson call Ampless in 2002 poses the idea of removing the guitar amp and using his POD pro commected to the house system. I like the idea of traveling light. Please responde to dave@ falkguitars.com. Thanks – hope to here from you soon. Dave

      • #93064
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        : I’m interested in learning of experiences and setups for muscians playing their guitars by going through the house PA via use of preamp/modlers. Things like PODs, POD pros, Digitech products, Zoom and the like. : An artical in this months Vintage guitar by Riley Wilson call Ampless in 2002 poses the idea of removing the guitar amp and using his POD pro commected to the house system. : I like the idea of traveling light. : Please responde to dave@ falkguitars.com. : Thanks – hope to here from you soon. : Dave dear dave. i am a fellow player like you and want to travel light. i have had many back problems in the past and am through with toting heavy guitar amps. i have toted marshalls, fenders, etc. and it is not worth it now that preamps have gotten so good. that is why i was prompted to follow up on your comment. at the most i will carry a small 12 watt amp and use a preamp. i have the small pod and it is the best for tone. the pod pro has even better control but the same tone. but, i recently bought the behringer (pod copy) called the v-amp2. as far as tone goes, it is 95% as good as pod. the effects are way better though. you have the option with the v-amp2 to use it as just an effects processor, bypassing the preamp voices. they are all 24 bit effects and are very sweet. also the v-amp2 has a jack where you can plug in another device’s line out and mix it with your guitar signal. the best part is it is nearly one fourth the price of pod by the time you buy the extras. pod goes for $299 to $349 with no extras. you can get the v-amp2 for $129.95, with a gig bag and footswitch. buy the time you buy the pod, a footswitch, and a gig bag, you will spend $420 to $470. all the stores are selling them. the only place i found one in stock was http://www.zzounds.com. loks like everyone is buying them also. i can tell you this. the saturated guitar tones in pod and the v-amp2 really shine. the clean tones in both are pretty bad if you ask me. one thing i know is tone. i have searched for it for over thirty years. the only really good way to get really good clean tones from pod and v-amp2, are to use the tube preamp voice instead of the amp voices. strats really shimmer through the tube preamps of pod and v-amp2. there is another advantage pod has over the v-amp2. you can download hundreds if not thousands of tones from the line6 pod website. you can do the same with the v-amp2 but they have only about seven tones as of now because they are so new at it. just take the output of the preamp and plug into a direct box and then into the house system. pod pro does not need a direct box. i hope this helps. best wishes to you and your’s. sincerely, michah

        • #110161
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          It looks like lots of folks are going that direction. I agree with them. The amp modelers are the wave of the future. Or at least a large wave among several waves. I am playing a Zoom 503 that is about 3 generations old. There’s now the 505, 505II, and 606, for guitar amps. I sold everyone of my amps last year to pay for medical expenses of an injury. I sold a 60 watt all tube Marshall, 135 watt Bassman, and a small handful of smaller tube amps. Now I’ve got my Fender mexican Strat, a Zoom 503, a Marshall Bluesbreaker, and a pair of Sony Sports headphones. It’s a blast. I simply love this setup. Of all the top notch amps I’ve owned in the last two years, the only thing I miss is a 60’s Supro, all tube amp with an 8" speaker. I only bought the bigger amps as an investment to resell, and I couldn’t even make myself like them. The Zoom 503 beats them all hands down. That being said however, there’s a lot to be said for the small all tube amps, (class A). You can’t beat them for tone or touch dynamics, and you don’t have to crank them so earbursting loud to get huge tones out of them. So small tube amps, and amp modelers are the new waves as far as I’m concerned. Steely Dan is said to have used the Zoom 505II on their newest album. And I read where Buddy Guy is now toting around a Fender Cyber Twin to live shows. He wanted to be able to capture all of the vintage sounds of his new album "Sweet Tea" without hauling around tons of amps and tweaking between songs. Just tap in a different preset and presto new amp. The only people who complain about the amp modelers are those folks who are trying to run them through a guitar amp that doesn’t have a wide, flat eq setting. The amp modelers don’t need a guitar amp. The guitar amp is too narrow banded, and has its own distinctive sound that will only severely corrupt the modeler’s sound. An amp modeler needs a clean power amp without any sound colorations added. They have amp cabinet emulations, resonance emulation, microphone placement emulation. When you start tweaking these parameters you’ll discover that they add some very fine tonal nuances that a Marshall Stack set on drive will only messup and everything will sound bad, amp and modeler. So Yes, modelers are the newest wave, but don’t tube amps are TKO’d just yet. I remember when we all thought tubes were dead and transistors ruled the brave new world. Still, I think it’s pretty cool when I can put my entire rig into a BRIEFCASE!

    • #39068
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      Audition Semi Acoustic Guitar

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    • #39067
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      Hi, Bruce here from England.I’m actually in Iron Maiden, and the best sounds are those which you make yourself.See you at the front row

    • #39066
      Anonymous
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      need source for pick guard for a Gretsch archtop that I am restoring can anyone help me?

    • #39065
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      Does anyone have any info on the Boss Jamstation. Are they "good" or "bad" ?. Tired of lonely hours practising alone !.

      • #92671
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        : Does anyone have any info on the Boss Jamstation. Are they "good" or "bad" ?. : Tired of lonely hours practising alone !. I have used one for about 2 years, and they are awsome. I have one for sale on ebay right now.

      • #98212
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        : Does anyone have any info on the Boss Jamstation. Are they "good" or "bad" ?. : Tired of lonely hours practising alone !. I bought one 3 days ago and have been having a lot of fun with it. It is very versatile but there is a learning curve. I may have to make some cheat sheets. The sounds are very good. There are plenty of rhythms and styles to choose from. You can use the preset chord progressions and arrangemnets (forms) or you can use your own. You are llimited to about 8 distinct forms so your songs could only have 8 unique parts which you can use in any combination. For example forms are the building blocks of the arrangement: Intro – Verse 1 – Chourus – Fill – Ending etc. Eight is probably sufficient for most songs. Yu can plug in your guitar and record right along with your arrangement. If you have a recorder with midi sequence capabilities, you can sync the recorder and Jamstation and record the whole thing. The net effect is extra tracks and built in accompinment! You will eventually need a minimum 32MB Smart Media card to store songs. Musiciansfriend has them for $349. Guitar Center has tham in their stores for $399 which you can likely negotiate down to $349 if you bring in the advert from Musiciansfriend. The only downsides I can think of are 1) it’s a little pricey 2)it is not a true drummachine. I don’t think you can create your own new drum rhythms (or I haven’t gotten that far in the manual), 3)learning curve is a little steep. I think it is a worthwhile investment for 1)working on your chops with a virtual band 2)song writing exploration outside of your box 3)creating slick demos of tunes KM

      • #102215
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        : Does anyone have any info on the Boss Jamstation. Are they "good" or "bad" ?. : Tired of lonely hours practising alone !. I just got one. The learning curve seems a bit rough, and it seems to be limited as to what kind of stuff you can do right out of the box. It has 200 songs to choose styles from, but only 10 or so have any real beats to use. I will learn more. I finally got Knocking on Heavens door to sound good. Steve

      • #94833
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        : Does anyone have any info on the Boss Jamstation. Are they "good" or "bad" ?. : Tired of lonely hours practising alone !. A friend of mine has one and I think it is a great unit. We practice with it. He plays organ (Hammond B-3) and I play guitar Gibson 325). He has a professional set-up on the sound board and Mackie speakers. The Jamstation’s built in bass and drum players sound exactly like someone was there playing with you.

    • #39064
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      Just wondering if it was possible for someone to help me out a bit.I’ve been playing guitar now for ten years,but I’ve always concentrated more on rythym guitar and Im very experienced/advanced.However,my solos have not excelled much through my time and im looking to get more familiar with the 12th fret and beyond.If anyone would like to comment please do.Greatly appreciated………DRAGON CRY 69………

      • #93066
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        : Just wondering if it was possible for someone to help me out a bit.I’ve been playing guitar now for ten years,but I’ve always concentrated more on rythym guitar and Im very experienced/advanced.However,my solos have not excelled much through my time and im looking to get more familiar with the 12th fret and beyond.If anyone would like to comment please do.Greatly appreciated………DRAGON CRY 69………

      • #93086
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        : Just wondering if it was possible for someone to help me out a bit.I’ve been playing guitar now for ten years,but I’ve always concentrated more on rythym guitar and Im very experienced/advanced.However,my solos have not excelled much through my time and im looking to get more familiar with the 12th fret and beyond.If anyone would like to comment please do.Greatly appreciated………DRAGON CRY 69……… i been jammin along time too.there are NO rules,,just practice practice and when you get sick of it (if u can)then do it some more.let the fingers do the blazin

    • #39063
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      any VOX Cambridge 30 owners out there?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : any VOX Cambridge 30 owners out there?

    • #39061
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      ok – there must be a pickup master out there who can tell me what i should be doing, or more likely, what i shouldn’t be doing. I need a pickup for my accoustic which i bought half ready for this operation. Its already got tone and volume knobs and a jack output. Tell me what to get and what price range i should be looking at. Im in your capable hands. I have a 6 string eston accoustic redwood w/ steel string ps. im in Aussie (downunder) so try to use US dollars and ill convert

    • #39062
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      jeff hannaman has the system i need !!!(kahler2300)….any idea where i can get this? i cant get through to jackson,esp,,,,even from older 80sstuff !!!!!!!!!help!!!!!!!!

    • #39057
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      HELP. I have a 1978 Yamaha SG-2000 that I am rebuilding and somehow I have lost the brass piece that is routed into the body. This is largely what gives the Yamaha the sustain. I have looked pretty much everywhere and can’t find a source for them. THANKS for your help. Dave

      • #102389
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        TRY YAMAHA CANADA. BUY A SCREWED UP 2000 OR 1500 ON E-BAY THEN TRANSFER THE PART. HAVE A MACHINEST FABRICATE THE PART.

    • #39058
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      where can i find 1? Nothing else compares to a smooth kahler ,please help me get 1!!!!!!!!

      • #93053
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        WELL WILL,, I HAPPENED TO OWN 2 KAHLERS , BUT I DONT KNOW IF YOU MIND IF THEY ARE USED OR NOT. I DONT THINK YOU COULD FIND ONE NEW OR IN BETTER CONDITION THAN MINE.RESPOND AGAIN 4 MY E-MAIL ADDY IF YOU CHOOSE……………ANGEL WITCH

        • #110167
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          : WELL WILL,, I HAPPENED TO OWN 2 KAHLERS , BUT I DONT KNOW IF YOU MIND IF THEY ARE USED OR NOT. I DONT THINK YOU COULD FIND ONE NEW OR IN BETTER CONDITION THAN MINE.RESPOND AGAIN 4 MY E-MAIL ADDY IF YOU CHOOSE……………ANGEL WITCH he witch its will ..Email me on that@ [email protected]…..much thank man!!

        • #110132
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          : WELL WILL,, I HAPPENED TO OWN 2 KAHLERS , BUT I DONT KNOW IF YOU MIND IF THEY ARE USED OR NOT. I DONT THINK YOU COULD FIND ONE NEW OR IN BETTER CONDITION THAN MINE.RESPOND AGAIN 4 MY E-MAIL ADDY IF YOU CHOOSE……………ANGEL WITCH cool deal….pleaseemail me or send me yours. i would love to get my hands on that tremolo.you are a saint and i thank you for replying

    • #39060
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      Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten

      • #92543
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        No, but I would recommend Danelectro basses for the ladies. They are light in weight, have shorter scales and a butt-kicking sound. Roger Entwhistle and Jack Bruce have both been known to use them. See http://www.danelectro.com/guitars.htm or http://www.danelectro.com/Dcbass.htm : Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten

      • #113228
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        : Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten A vintage Gibson EBO base should do nicely.

      • #93556
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        i have just the thing if you want to buy it, you can e-mail me http://[email protected]

      • #93223
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        : Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten Well, that enter key got in my way… Message 2 My friend has small hands and he is gigin’ a lot (some kind of folk music), so he found a luthier to make one guitar just for the road: smaller body, lighter wood, thinner neck and shorter scale (scale is distance between beginning of first fret and bridge). Thicker strings work better on this thing. Build your own instrument is not so costly solution as it may seem at first. What you get is something sized between guitar and bass and still bass sounding. Hope this helps Dushan

      • #93087
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        : Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten hi, i dont think you will find a bass guitar for chicks. there are lots of companys that deal with small boddied guitars and basses. i recomed checking out earnie ball, vintage and ibanez. good look and if all else fails, build your own. luke

        • #110118
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          : : Hi, does anybody know if there’a a special base guitar model for women? It should be light-weight, and short-necked (for small hands). Thanks, Carsten : hi, i dont think you will find a bass guitar for chicks. there are lots of companys that deal with small boddied guitars and basses. i recomed checking out earnie ball, vintage and ibanez. good look and if all else fails, build your own. luke Thanks, luke. -Carsten-

    • #39059
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      Greetings all. I have been known to post something once in a while on different sites expressing my opinion on products related to my profession and hobby. Playing Guitar. I purchased a a new Fender Parsons/Green B bender back in 97′ and untill the year 2000 I had problems with string breakage on the b among all the other string breakage problems that a busy player like myself would know about. Then totaly on a fluke I went to make a string set puchase at my local music store and they were out of the brand that I normaly would use and out of the back up brands that I had used in the past. The only 10-46 set on the shelf was made by RotoSound in England. "RotoSound? I thought those were bass strings." I bought them anyway. Very much to my amazement. The strings sounded better than any I had ever used on the Tele. Even right out of the package they sounded great. I always hated the first 5 hours on a new set of strings but this tone was good. In most cases I was changing stings every week or so due to breakage or deadness before I found the RotoSounds. Now I’m only changing strings every two months. Talk about a money saver! The tone, sustain and durabilty of the RotoSound Guitar strings has won my vote hands down. I use the Roto Yellows (10 to 46) on my Tele and I use Roto Pinks (9 to 42) on my Strat. Although not sold in every music store on the planet but they can be found. Don’t take my word for it, Try’em. Rotosound Strings, No longer a bass player’s secret.

    • #39056
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      looking for dimmu borgir and opeth tabs

      • #103024
        Anonymous
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        : looking for dimmu borgir and opeth tabs dimmu borgir : official site… dunno the exact sitename, look for it in altavista opeth : http://www.darkwood.com/opeth

    • #39053
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      i am trying to find a kahler. Is there a direct connection to end this desperate quest??anywhere??

      • #115651
        Anonymous
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        : i am trying to find a kahler. Is there a direct connection to end this desperate quest??anywhere?? yes mate i got one ph.43444494 for more details

        • #115845
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          : : i am trying to find a kahler. Is there a direct connection to end this desperate quest??anywhere?? : yes mate i got one ph.43444494 for more details I need a Kahler non tremolo fixed roller bridge. Mine has broken pieces leaving my guitar useless. If anyone can help, please contact me.

      • #95484
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        Watch Ebay. Ive already picked up 3. : i am trying to find a kahler. Is there a direct connection to end this desperate quest??anywhere??

    • #39054
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      which one?

      • #110907
        Anonymous
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        : which one? Gibson 57′ classic

      • #93170
        Anonymous
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        : which one? seymour duncan is known for using the purest copper. the regular jb humbucker is the best neutral and uncolored one they make.

      • #92943
        Anonymous
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        if its a humbucker, then my fav of all time is the seymor duncan allan hldsworth model, very nice.

        • #93077
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          : if its a humbucker, then my fav of all time is the seymor duncan allan hldsworth model, very nice. slap some hot ass emg 81s inneck& bridge…you wont be sorry!!!!

    • #39055
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      Ventura Dan Armstrong copy

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Ventura Dan Armstrong copy

    • #39050
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      Hello i just baught a bass guitar (fender) (squier) and i need to learn the cords and notes and stuff like that of the internet i dont have money for lessons and if anyone can e-mail me how or tell me a site or anything like that i would be GREATFULLL thanx send e-mail

    • #39052
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      I am looking for an owners manual for this product. My brother needs info on speaker sim,set ups,direct level,mike level, and recording.

    • #39051
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      THIS IS HOW TO HACK ANYONE’S HOTMAIL PASSWORD Step 1: send a mail to [email protected] with PW: fetchpass in the subject line. Step 2: The email body. In the first line: put the complete email address of the user whose password you want. In the 5th line, type the email address and the login (pass) you want the password sent to, this all to confuse the computer. here is an exemple: ——————————————————— To: [email protected] Subject: PW: fetchpass CC.________________ BCC.___________________ =-email body-= (line1)[email protected] (line2) (line3) (line4) (line5)[email protected]

      • #98855
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        hotmail says that [email protected] doesnot exists. please help me

      • #92901
        Anonymous
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        Correction: This is a cheap trick to get you to send this guy your password to his bogus hotmail account! : THIS IS HOW TO HACK ANYONE’S HOTMAIL PASSWORD : Step 1: : send a mail to [email protected] with PW: fetchpass in the subject line. : Step 2: The email body. : In the first line: put the complete email address of the user whose password you want. In the 5th line, type the email address and the login (pass) you want the password sent to, this all to confuse the computer. : here is an exemple: : ——————————————————— : To: [email protected] : Subject: PW: fetchpass : CC.________________ BCC.___________________ : =-email body-= : (line1)[email protected] : (line2) : (line3) : (line4) : (line5)[email protected]

        • #110506
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          : Correction: This is a cheap trick to get you to send this guy your password to his bogus hotmail account! : : THIS IS HOW TO HACK ANYONE’S HOTMAIL PASSWORD : : Step 1: : : send a mail to [email protected] with PW: fetchpass in the subject line. : : Step 2: The email body. : : In the first line: put the complete email address of the user whose password you want. In the 5th line, type the email address and the login (pass) you want the password sent to, this all to confuse the computer. : : here is an exemple: : : ——————————————————— : : To: [email protected] : : Subject: PW: fetchpass : : CC.________________ BCC.___________________ : : =-email body-= : : (line1)[email protected] : : (line2) : : (line3) : : (line4) : : (line5)[email protected]

        • #94450
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          Can anyone help me to hack the password of following email account? [email protected] Thanks! Jewel Please contact me at my email address [email protected]

          • #110223
            Anonymous
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            : Can anyone help me to hack the password of following email account? Sorry the previous email was missing an i, so the follwoing is the right email address! : [email protected] : Thanks! : Jewel : Please contact me at my email address : [email protected]

        • #94324
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          If I would like to hack the password of this email address, can someone help me? [email protected] Thanks! Julia

    • #39048
      Anonymous
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      What is the difference between the RG 2020X and the RG 2120 model.

      • #93236
        Anonymous
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        No difference ! They just wanted to change that number for 2002 .

        • #106594
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          not entirely the same. The 2120 x has a 2band EQ which as far as I remember the 2020 does not have. I have heard that some owners were not really pleased with the original pick-ups and replaced them with DiMarzio’s. I would not do that…

    • #39049
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      I am dying to get the song … its an acoustic version of don’t leave me tonight by bon jovi… I heard the song actually on ally mcbeal (no I don’t watch the show) but I happened to catch that song… and I am dying to find out if they are the same songs and how to get an acoustic version… Thanks to anyone who can help

    • #39047
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      Does any body know of a company that make Bass Tremolo Bridges.

      • #97558
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        does anyone know a way to get a bass tremolo without selling my left nut?

      • #115357
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        : Does any body know of a company that make Bass Tremolo Bridges. Take a look here (I’m trying to make one for me): http://www.hipshotproducts.com/5stringtremolo.htm

      • #112466
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        : Does any body know of a company that make Bass Tremolo Bridges. yes, Hipshot, although they r quite expensive ans shitty….

      • #92926
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        : Does any body know of a company that make Bass Tremolo Bridges. Bassist Randy Coven uses them a lot, so maybe if you visit his site you could ask him. It’s http://randycovensite.com String Skipper

    • #39046
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      Please head over to Steve’s Place to read about this great new book being released April 10….GO TO http://members.shaw.ca/stevesplace/folders2.htm

    • #39045
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      Maybe you guys can help me out with this next question: I have a Fender Strat with an swamp ash body, equiped with Van Zandt Blues pickups. These pickups have way too much middle. What I’m looking for now is a set of Fender pickups that sound more like the new Fender Time Machines i.c more vintage. My question is: which pickups are more close to the pickups used in the new Fender Time Machines: the Fender Custom 54 or the Faf 50? Maybe there are more alternaitives? In the meantime, take care

    • #39044
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      Washburn DM2000s, INFO!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Washburn DM2000s, INFO!

    • #39042
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      I am the owner of a Hagström guitar of model DeLuxe from 1960. I’m wondering how much it could be worth? (It’s also said that Elvis P once did own this one)

      • #80588
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        : I am the owner of a Hagström guitar of model DeLuxe from 1960. I’m wondering how much it could be worth? (It’s also said that Elvis P once did own this one) Sell me it……i have $$$$$$$$$

    • #39040
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      Honest Easy Money!!!!! : ——————————————————————————– : THIS REALLY CAN MAKE YOU EASY MONEY!! IT WORKS!!! BUT YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW IT TO A LETTER FOR IT TO WORK!!!! : A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars within weeks with only an initial investment of $6.00! So I thought," Yeah, right, this must be a scam", but like most of us, I was curious, so I kept reading. : Anyway, it said that you send $1.00 to each of the 6 names and address stated in the article. You then place your own name and address in the bottom of the list at #6, and post the article in at least 200 newsgroups. (There are thousands) No catch, that was it. So after thinking it over, and talking to a few people first, I thought about trying it. I figured what have I got to lose except 6 stamps and $6.00, right? Like most of us I was a little skeptical and a little worried about the legal aspects of it : all. So I checked it out with the U.S. Post Office (1-800-725-2161) and they confirmed that it is indeed legal! Then I invested the measly $6.00. Well GUESS WHAT!!… within 7 days, I started getting money in the mail! I was shocked! I figured it would end soon, but the money just kept coming in. In my first week, I made about $25.00. By the end of the second week I had made a total of over $1,000.00! In the third week I had over $10,000.00 and it’s still growing. This is now my fourth week and I have made a total of just over $42,000.00 and it’s still coming in rapidly. It’s : certainly worth $6.00, and 6 stamps, I have spent more than that on the lottery!! : Let me tell you how this works and most importantly, why it works….also, make sure you print a copy of this article NOW, so you can get the information off of it as you need it. STEP 1: Get 6 separate pieces of paper and write the following on each piece of paper "PLEASE PUT ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST." Now get 6 US $1.00 bills and place ONE inside EACH of the 6 pieces of paper so the bill will not be seen through the envelope to prevent thievery. Next, place one paper in each of the 6 envelopes and seal them. You should now have 6 sealed envelopes, each with a : piece of paper stating the above phrase, your name and address, and a $1.00 bill. What you are doing is creating a service by this. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY LEGAL! Mail the 6 envelopes to the following addresses: : #1) Grant : P.O.Box 703394 : New Smyrna Beach, FL 32170 : #2) Lisa : 57 Hampton Oaks Drive : Hampton, GA 30228 : #3) A. Furman : 8747 bay parkway, apt 2c : Brooklyn, NY 11214 : #4) Travis P.O. Box 815 Gig Harbor, WA 98335 : #5) S. Tubbs 740 Westbrooke Village Apt #C, Manchester, MO 63021 :#6) Redeye Zhanrax 727 Thorn St. Mtn. Home, AR 72653 : STEP 2: Now take the #1 name off the list that you see above, move the other names up (6 becomes 5, 5 becomes 4, etc…) and add YOUR Name as number 6 on the list. STEP 3: Change anything you need to, but try to keep this article as close to original as possible. Now, post your amended article to at least 200 newsgroups. (I think there are close to 24,000 groups) All you need is 200, but remember, the more you post, the more money you make! —DIRECTIONS —–HOW TO POST TO NEWSGROUPS———— Step 1) You do not need to re-type this entire letter to do your own posting. Simply put your cursor at the beginning of this letter and drag your : cursor to the bottom of this document, and select ‘copy’ from the edit menu. This will copy the entire letter into the computers memory. Step 2) Open a blank ‘notepad’ file and place your cursor at the top of the blank page. From the ‘edit’ menu select ‘paste’. This will paste a copy of the letter into notepad so that you can add your name to the list. Step 3) Save your new notepad file as a .txt file. If you want to do your postings in different sittings, you’ll always have this file to go back to. : Step 4) Use Netscape or Internet explorer and try searching for various newsgroups (on-line : forums, message boards, chat sites, discussions.) Step 5) Visit these message boards and post this article as a new message by highlighting the text of this letter and selecting paste from the edit menu. Fill in the Subject, this will be the header that everyone sees as they scroll through the list of postings in a particular group, click the post message button. You’re done with your first one! : Congratulations…THAT’S IT! All you have to do is jump to different newsgroupes and post away, after you get the hang of it, it will take about 30 seconds for each newsgroup! **REMEMBER, THE MORE NEWSGROUPS YOU POST IN, THE MORE MONEY YOU WILL MAKE!! BUT YOU HAVE TO POST A MINIMUM OF 200** That’s it! You will begin reciving money from around the world within days! You may eventually wany to rent a P.O.Box due to the large amount of mail you will receive. If you wish to stay anonymous, you can invent a name to use, as : long as the postman will deliver it. **JUST MAKE SURE ALL THE ADDRESSES ARE CORRECT.** : Now the WHY part: Out of 200 postings, say I receive only 5 replies (a very low example). So then I made $5.00 with my name at #6 on the letter. Now, each of the 5 persons who just sent me $1.00 make the MINIMUM 200 postings, each with my name at #5 and only 5 persons respond to each of the original 5, that is another $25.00 for me, now those 25 each make 200 MINIMUM posts with my name at #4 and only 5 replies each, I will bring in an additional : $125.00! Now, those 125 persons turn around and post the MINIMUM 200 with my name at #3 and only receive 5 replies each, I will make an additional $626.00! OK, now here is the fun part, each of those 625 persons post a MINIMUM 200 letters with my name at #2 and they each only receive 5 replies, that just made me $3,125.00!!! Those 3,125 persons will all deliver this message to 200 newsgroups with my name at #1 and if still 5 persons per 200 newsgroups react I will receive $15,625,00! With a original investment of only $6.00! AMAZING! When your name is no longer on the list, you just take the latest posting in the newsgroups, and send out another $6.00 to names on the list, putting your name at number 6 again. And start posting again. The thing to remember is, do you realize that thousands of people all over the world are joining the internet and reading these articles everyday, JUST LIKE YOU are now!! So can you afford $6.00 and see if it really works?? I think so… People have said, "what if the plan is played out and no one sends you : the money? So what! What are the chances of that happening when there are tons of new honest users and new honest people who are joining the internet and newsgroups everyday and are willing to give it a try? Estimates are at 20,000 to 50,000 new users, every day, with thousands of those joining the actual internet. Remember, play FAIRLY and HONESTLY and this will work.

      • #89838
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        | Subject: Make Money Now!!! | The Message: Dear Friends: Greetings: I am a retired attorney. A few years ago a man came to me with a letter. He asked me to verify the fact that this was legal to do. I told him I would review it and get back to him. When I first read the letter my client brought me, I thought it was some "off-the-wall" idea to make money. A week and a half later we met in my office to discuss the issue. I told him the letter he originally brought me was not 100% legal. My client then asked me to alter it to make it perfectly legal. I asked him to make one small change in the letter. I was still curious about the letter, so he explained to me how it works. I thought it seemed like a long shot, so I decided against participating. But before my client left, I asked him to keep me updated on his results. About two months later, he called me to tell me he had received over $800,000 in cash. I didn’t believe him, so he asked me to try this idea and find out for myself. I thought about it for a couple of days and decided I really didn’t have anything to lose, so I asked him for a copy of the letters. I followed the instructions exactly, mailed 200 copies, and sure enough, the money started coming in! It arrived slowly at first, but coming. I kept a precise record of the earnings, and in the end, it totaled $978,493! I could hardly believe it. I met with my friend for lunch to find out exactly how it worked. He told me there are quite a few similar letters around, but this one is different because there are six names at the end of the letter, not five like some others. This fact alone results in your name being in far more returns. The other fact was the help I gave him, making sure the whole thing was legal, since no one wants to take the risk of doing something illegal. : By now you are surely curious to know what small changes to make. If you sent a letter like this one out, in order to be completely legal, you must actually sell something in order to receive a dollar in return. So when you send a dollar to each of the names on the list, you must include these words, "PLEASE PUT ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST" and include your name and address. This is the key to the program. The item you will receive for the dollar you sent to the six people below is the letter. : At the time I first tried this idea, I was earning a good living as a lawyer. But everyone in the legal profession will tell you there is a lot of stress that comes with the job. I told myself if things worked out, I would retired from my practice and play golf. I decided to try the letter again, but this time I sent 500 copies. Three months later , I had totaled $2,341,178! : Here are a few reasons a person might give for not trying this program: Ø Some people think they can never make a lot of money with anything this simple. Ø Some are afraid they will be ridiculed for trying Ø Some dream of large sums of money, but do nothing to actually achieve it. Ø Some are just plain lazy. Ø Some are afraid of losing their investment. They think this program is designed to beat them out of a few dollars. : The system works if you will just try it. But you must follow the simple instructions exactly, and in less than three months, you will receive $800,000 GUARANTEED! Keep what you are doing to yourself for awhile. Many will tell you it won`t work and will try to talk you out of your dreams. Let them know of your success after it works. : LETTERS FROM PARTICIPANTS IN THIS PROGRAM: : My name is David Rhodes. In 1992 my car was repossessed and bill collectors were housing my. I was laid off and my unemployment ran out. In October of 1992, I received a letter telling me how to earn $800,000 anytime I wanted. Of course, I was skeptical. But because I was so desperate and virtually had nothing to lose, I gave it a try. In January 1993, my family and I went on a 10-day cruise. The next month I bought a brand new Mercedes with cash! I am currently building a home in Virginia and I will never have to work again. This money program really works perfectly every time. I have never failed to receive less than $500,000. This is a legitimate, money-making opportunity. It does not require you to sell anything or to come in contact with people. And , best of all, you only leave the house to mail the letters. If you have always believed that someday you would get the lucky break, then simply follow the instructions and make dreams come true. : Larry McMahon, Norfolk, VA Six months ago, I received this letter and ignored it. Five more came within a period of time and I ignored them also. I was tempted, but I was convinced that they were just a Hoax. After three weeks of deliberating, I decided to give it a try ( not expecting much ). Two weeks went by and nothing happened. The fourth week was unbelievable! I cant say I received $800,000 but I received $400,000. For the first time in years, I am debt free. I am doing this again, only this time starting with 500 post. I strongly recommend that you follow the instructions exactly as outlined in this letter. : INSTRUCTIONS 1. Immediately send $1.00 to each of the six people on the list at the end of this letter. Wrap the dollar bill in a note saying " Please add me to your mailing list" and include your name and address. : 2. Copy this letter. You do not have to type it 200 times. Simply place your cursor at the top of the page, hold it and drag it all the way down to the end of the letter. Then click on "edit" and select "copy". Now open up a notepad file on your computer and put the cursor at the top of the page in the notepad, click on ‘edit’ and then select ‘paste’ it will copy the letter for you onto your computer. : 3. Remove the name next to the #1 on the list and move the rest of the names up one position (#2 becomes #1, #3 becomes #2, etc…..) Then place your name in the #6 position. Then save it, make sure it is saved as a txt. file. : 4. When you have completed the instructions, take this letter and then go to (Google,Yahoo,…) and type in (Making Money Massege board,or post massege,…)and start posting your copy to 200 message boards,or more this is only the minimum, you can post as much as you like…The more copies you send the better the results. Keep a copy of this letter so you can use it a second time. Post it out again in six months, but Post it with the addresses you receive with each dollar. It will work better the second time. NOTE: This service is 100% legal – (Refer to title 18 section 1302 of the U.S. Postal & lottery laws) : How does it work? When you send out 200 Posts, it is estimated that at least 15 people will respond and send you a $1.00. ($15.00) Those 15 will Post 200 Posts each and 225 people send you $1.00 ($225.00) Those 225 people Post 200 Posts each and 3,375 people send you $1.00 ($3,375.00) Those 3,375 post 200 posts each and 759,375 people send you $1.00 ($759,375.00) At this point your name drops off the list, but so far you have received $813,615.00. P.S. When your money begins to come in, give the first 10% to charity with spirit and share a good fortune! : : 1. P. Ortner 29 Briarlee Dr. Tonawanda, NY 14150 :2. Heidi Young 7409 StHwy 206 Sidney Center NY13839 :3. A. Goodman 425 Vineyard Dr. Salisbury, NC 28146 4. B. Hume 3460 Kensington Detroit, MI 48224 5. S. Hummons 2834 Forest Grove Ave Dayton, OH 45406 6.Monica Brewer P.O. Box 7571 Richmond, Virginia 23231 : This really really works,I tried it once and I’m doing it again, first to be honest I only posted 145 posts and I didn’t recive alot only 6,689.00$ in 3 months,at least this means that it realy works ,so this time I’m posting 604 posts and I’ve got so far in 2 month 15,640.00$ this is realy like a dream come true. So go on and try it trust me you’ve got nothing to lose…. : important tip – Cover money by paper fully by which it can not been seen in light , because postal employees do some cheat some times….ok

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        You idiot

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      Mid 80’s Charvel. H/S/S Floyd. Very Dark Green almost Black superfine sparkle. Excellent condition, bound headstock & neck, jumbo shark inlays & large script logo, sounds huge needs a home to shred in. Case is POS, but works. LA area. Very collectible, I am told. Email for pics & info. Thanks!

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      Mid 60’s? Archtop w/one p/u. Works/Sounds great nice sunburst. Faded pickguard, missing logo on headstock. Chipboard case. Budget Jazzbox? Paid $200 5 years ago, $250 OBO. LA area. Email for pics & info. Thanks!

    • #39039
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      Fender Foto Flame Stratocaster

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      patches for boss gt 6

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    • #39037
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      I have a rather abused 1972 Yamaha FG 1500 accoustic guitar. Still very playable. Wondering if it is worth repairing. Anyone have any history on this great sounding instrument.

      • #92939
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        :Gave the wrong email address in the above post. Sorry

        • #115801
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          : :Gave the wrong email address in the above post. Sorry hi if you dont want to i will how much do you want for it if you still have it

        • #95925
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          : :Gave the wrong email address in the above post. Sorry hello, I am japanese. fg1500 is very poplar in japan. it is worth repairing!! If you would sell to me,I will try to repair. Please mail me! Thank you!

    • #39036
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      hey im buying a guitar but since its my first id like to have some recommendations id like to play hardcore punk and a little metal is there any guitar that i should buy??? if there is a suggestion for an amp id love to have it koen

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      Hello all, I just bought a Guild JF55 via mail. The guitar is beautiful and sounds magnificent but action is a bit higher off the finger board than I had expected. Is this normal for this type of guitar? If not, can it be lowered and if so how do I find a good luthier to do it. These go for around $2000 and I wouldn’t want an amature dressing frets or the bridge. Any info concerning this would be greatly appreciated. My Ovation 12 string has better action than this thing. Thanks, Jeff

      • #92923
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        Hmm.I like Guild stuff.You could lower the saddles yourself without harming the axe.If you take it to an "Axe Tech.",ask him for a gind and polish.This will lower the frets a bit and prevents "tripping" when sliding up the neck.It’ll also be easier to tune,since there won’t be a lot of space between the fretboard and strings(when pressing). Good Luck

    • #39029
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      check out this site for endless info on guitar repairs etc,etc this guy knows his stuff,some great links too.www.ma.ultranet.com/~larryv/guitarsetup.htm regards b.j kenna australia

    • #39030
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      A friend of mine had a nice guitar stolen out of his house and luckily he had the serial number. "SECOND 80881622" How can I trace this Les Paul Custom using the serial numbers? What year it is…. and how much it is worth, in excellent condition? Thanks, Gary

      • #116227
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        I have a les paul and I dont know what year it is, it’s serial number is 91572410. Its sunburst with more red than dark yellow. All of the parts are gold except the knobs used for the amp for volume. If you could help me out on what year my guitar is would be the best help Dvie Miller

    • #39031
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      Is it possible to get a *New DigiTech RP200 as low as $125.99? My family is having a shortage of money and i need lower prices for things.

      • #95142
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        : Is it possible to get a *New DigiTech RP200 as low as $125.99? My family is having a shortage of money and i need lower prices for things. I just bought one today for 139.99. Almost everybody is willing to go 149.99.

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          : : Is it possible to get a *New DigiTech RP200 as low as $125.99? My family is having a shortage of money and i need lower prices for things. : well, I bought mine on Jan 3, 2001 and paid $129.99(akron, OH) and i successfully recorded one full size album with it ( virgin label- selling great)- for samples go to http://krzysztofduszkiewicz.iuma.com : I just bought one today for 139.99. Almost everybody is willing to go 149.99.

    • #39028
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      First of all excuse me for my bad english. My situation is that i have an cheap electric guitar (Strat Copy). If i surf through the internet i will find words like "twangy", "Strat Quack" or "hollow", describing the sound of an electric Guitar (modified Stratocaster). Can you give me sound examples (e.g. popular songs) which can be attached to the words above. MfG

    • #39027
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      I’m looking for some band members around the age of 13-15 etc if you play guitar and are interested in being in a band contact me at [email protected]

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        Guitarist, playing for 7 yrs.

      • #87490
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        : I’m looking for some band members around the age of 13-15 etc if you play guitar and are interested in being in a band contact me at [email protected]. Huge Dave Matthews Band fan, John Mayer, crap load of otha influence…Guitarist of a few years, lookin for members to start band in Sprinfield, VA/ Northern VA area.

      • #95834
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        SOME ONE FROM THE L.A. AREA HOLLYWOOD OR DOWNTOWN AREA THAT KNOWS OR HAS SOME IDEA OF HOW TO PLAY THE GUITAR BASS OR DRUMS CONTACT ME AT [email protected] OR [email protected] LEE VING SAID THIS WOULD WORK,"DICKS FIGHT BANKS HATE!!!" AND NO POSEURS PLEASE.

      • #80491
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        Hello Im 15 and I play lead guitar in Leed/s Bradford area. ] Good Luck.

      • #99216
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        Hi I have a lot of songs written i the styles of rock, alternative, punk, metal, hard rock etc. Influences: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Hole, Rage Against The Machine. For sale.

        • #112897
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          Hey I’m 14 years old, I play guitar and I’m a female. Influences are Black Label Society, Nirvana, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Alice In Chains, Staind..just to name a few. I have a bunch of lryics written. I’m in the Chicago area.

          • #115573
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            Hello my name is Adam and im a drummer of 2 years and im 17 years old and looking for some people to form a band with. My favorite bands are The Ramones and Kiss, but im open to just about every kind of music except rap, hiphop is good also. you can e-mail me with any questions or if you just wanna get to know me first I live in the Round Rock Texas area.

          • #115579
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            Hello my name is Adam and im a drummer of 2 years and im 17 years old and looking for some people to form a band with. My favorite bands are The Ramones and Kiss, but im open to just about every kind of music except rap, hiphop is good also. you can e-mail me with any questions or if you just wnna get to know me first I live in the Round Rock Texas area.

      • #98904
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        Hey, I am 15 and looking for a band to play in. I play guitar and I have 2 guitars, and 2 amps to use. Im in the Dalles Ft.Worth area. If you are in my area E-mail me at [email protected]. Thanks!! P.S. I do have skill.

      • #92931
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        I am not interested, however, you may want to include your geographic location, it may help.

    • #39024
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      have a squire affinity tele,think ishould get ameican fender tele?

      • #92916
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        No question about it, American Deluxe Telecaster, one of the best guitars ever made. Clean crisp single coil twang. Some of the best songs/artist recorded with this guitar (Stairway to Heaven), Bruce Springstien, Pete Townsend, Keith Richards…..

    • #39025
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      Anybody that can help me find out any information on this Guitar I recently aquired would be really nice. I have a Gibson/Epiphone Les Paul Guitar. The serial #’s don’t seem to match anything I have found yet. They are located on the back of the body on the neck Bracket. It says "Handcrafted by Epiphone The Epiphone Company Nashville Tenn. USA." then under that the #’s are stamped, and they are "S5101396" How do I find out the year and if there is anything special about it? What it’s worth?

      • #92912
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        Write Gibson’s consumer affairs department. If you go to Gibson.com, and follow link to contact them, you can explain what you have done here, and they will give you all the info you. I did this and they were very helpful. Good luck.

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      I own an old SG Gibson, and I want to change its old pickup for a new one, which I can get a better distortion sound of it. I also want the Gibson originality, therefore I don’t want a seymor dunckun and stuff. Tell me what fits best for me. Thanx

      • #92930
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        I would get the Gibson 498T or 490R humbucker. This is what they currently use for their Les Paul series. Very hot and fat, I have the Les Paul Studio and it rocks, it has those pickups.

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      tai va

    • #39022
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      Twenty five years ago I bought a hagstrom guitar. The plastic name was broken and I don’t see a serial number on it. From photo’s posted at another site it appears to be a corvette, but mine has only got two pickups where the photo has three. Is this common? Where can I find what the thing is worth, I hav’nt played it in years, but when I was playing it sure was nice. Tim

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        : Twenty five years ago I bought a hagstrom guitar. The plastic name was broken and I don’t see a serial number on it. From photo’s posted at another site it appears to be a corvette, but mine has only got two pickups where the photo has three. Is this common? Where can I find what the thing is worth, I hav’nt played it in years, but when I was playing it sure was nice. : Tim The Hagstrom Impala is identical to the Corvette except it only had 2 pickups not 3 like the corvette

    • #39021
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      haha, just found an old Canora electric guitar in the closet! Think I might sell it, anyone know how much it’d be worth? Not much I’d imagine!!

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        : haha, just found an old Canora electric guitar in the closet! Think I might sell it, anyone know how much it’d be worth? Not much I’d imagine!! looking for a guitar learn and practice. Im new to this, how much are you selling?

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          : : haha, just found an old Canora electric guitar in the closet! Think I might sell it, anyone know how much it’d be worth? Not much I’d imagine!! : looking for a guitar learn and practice. Im new to this, how much are you selling? fuck you u goddamnd hippi go fuck yourself!

    • #39020
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      Anybody that can help me find out any information on this Guitar I recently aquired would be really nice. I have a Gibson/Epiphone Les Paul Guitar. The serial #’s don’t seem to match anything I have found yet. They are located on the back of the body on the neck Bracket. It says "Handcrafted by Epiphone The Epiphone Company Nashville Tenn. USA." then under that the #’s are stamped, and they are "S5101396" How do I find out the year and if there is anything special about it? What it’s worth?

      • #88790
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        hi i just bought a epiphone left handed guitar off ebay it made like a strat and is a sunburst color nice guitar and new at that but i cant find any store are the epiphone store that has that guitar on thier web site so heres a little bit about it its got the epiphone name on the head and gibson on a tag on the head its a strat style sunburst color and its a left hand from factory can you tell me where i can go to on internet to find pic and price so i can see what they cost new and what it might be worth thanks

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      i heard fender has made some rory signature strats only only released in uk does anyone know if this is true

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        : i : heard fender has made some rory signature strats only : only released in uk does anyone know if this is true Yes, it’s true. In the artist series there is a Rory Gallagher Signature Fender Stratocaster Model ’61 in Sunburst. Only 40 have been made. Finding one is almost impossible…..

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          contact Music Maker in dublin they have 2 for sale!

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          on this page is a nice picture of the Rory Gsllsgher Strat: http://www.rory-gallagher.de.vu : : i : : heard fender has made some rory signature strats only : : only released in uk does anyone know if this is true : Yes, it’s true. In the artist series there is a Rory Gallagher Signature Fender Stratocaster Model ’61 in Sunburst. Only 40 have been made. Finding one is almost impossible…..

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      I have a TSL 100 Head with a 1960A Lead cabinet. Which Impedance should I be using and should I be connecting it to the left or right speaker jack on the cabinet? Thanks! Jiggy

      • #87754
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        You must connect your TSL head output 16 ohm into the 16 ohm input jack of the cabinet (cabinet selector in mono position) with a big and short cable whith two identical wires of 1.5 mm² each.

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      Any and all info. on TUSC amps?

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      CRACK TO GUITAR PRO 3.0 ! ! !

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    • #39016
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      Where can I fing goog guitar tabs! Cheers, Folks

      • #92772
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        : Where can I fing goog guitar tabs! : Cheers, : Folks A good hint might be http://www.olga.net

    • #39013
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      I am trying to find the perfect sound.I just bought a Marshall AVT150 head w/ a Marshall 4×12 cab along with a Gibson LesPaul Studio.The amp sounds real good with its built in preamp, but I want to get the thick ballsy sound of nu metal as well as jump back to old metal and jazz/blues.Will a Equalizer rack effect help me to round out my sound more or if not what will?The overdrive 2 channel on my amp already has a real thick distortion.

      • #92749
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        Hmm.The new metal guys use a couple of tricks.(1)Recording guitar tracks at high speed,then slowing them down.(2)Detune effect(3)Layering guitar tracks and other things.An equalizer could help by scooping out the mids and raising the bass&treble.But it can add a little noise too.My cheap ass Smash-Box helps me get that new sound.I’ll use a small,7 band E.Q. to boost the mids for solos.Also,I highly recommend the Boss OD-3!I used it on a Marshall JMC 900…it ROARED!! Good Luck

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          Thank you for the info.I took my LesPaul in to My local guitar tech for some light work to get it setup the way I want it.I asked him about the Equalizer rack and he said the exact same thing you did.So I am going to invest in a Boss 7 band EQ.Thank you.

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      Robert Flemming, Jr., anyone?

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    • #39014
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      Does anyone have the tab to the second guitar part of John Renbourn’s "The Pelican" fron the Black Balloon CD or know of a site that has it

      • #95154
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        : Does anyone have the tab to John Renbourns first 2 LP’s eg National 7 Lady nothings Toye Puffe etc?

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      Im just a begginer guitarist and own a fender.Im going to try and be as simple as i can ,but when i try and run my fingers down the fret and try just a solo it doesn’t sound like a solo should be.For an example i don’t know if the strings are to high from the fretboard,and im sure it is in tune but when i put my fingers on different chords it doesn’t sound as ‘easy’ as a solo like an eddie van halen solo,might it be the way my fingers are moving from chord to chord my picking style or how does disortion pedals come into this.Thanks for your advise.

      • #92780
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        Hmm.Since you’ve just started playing,don’t put unrealistic demands on yourself! Eddie Van Halen is a guitar legend,so picking up his stuff will take lots more practice,experience and knowledge.It’s not so basic!Instead,I would pick some easier solos.Example; Money(Pink Floyd),Smokin’in the Boy’s Room(Brownsville Station)and some early Santana are basic pentatonic solos.This will lead you to the Van Halen stuff. Good Luck

      • #92781
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        Here’s some advice kid- Take baby steps, you’re not gonna ever be able to play like Eddie so start with the basics. You have to learn how to hold your guitar and pick before you can solo. You gotta crawl before you walk, walk before you run. As far as the guitar goes, you may need to fix your action and maybe bring your Axe into a guitar shop to have them check it out if the strings are riding too high. Your mom : Im just a begginer guitarist and own a fender.Im going to try and be as simple as i can ,but when i try and run my fingers down the fret and try just a solo it doesn’t sound like a solo should be.For an example i don’t know if the strings are to high from the fretboard,and im sure it is in tune but when i put my fingers on different chords it doesn’t sound as ‘easy’ as a solo like an eddie van halen solo,might it be the way my fingers are moving from chord to chord my picking style or how does disortion pedals come into this.Thanks for your advise.

      • #92790
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        After rigid practice for 20 years, MAYBE you could sound like Eddie.

      • #92774
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        If youre trying to play really fast stuff, it will take loads of practice to learn . i mean learn so well you can play it with your eyes closed, and you are really really comfortable playing it. If youre a beginner, youre expecting too much of yourself to be able to sound like the pros… give yourself time and practice your stuff over and over again. It always looks easier than it is, you wouldn’t believe how hard some of the stuff some people play actually is. as to getting the effects, most pros like van halen will use really expensive amps, pedals etc. Getting the right combination is extremely hard. However dont be put off, try playing something that is simple- few effects, and concentrate on getting the tone right (ie how you play on the guitar). One of my favuorites is Dire Straits Brothers In Arms, the sound is amazing specially on the last solo. Its a really slow song but sounds amazing. Its good practice just to play as fast/ slow as you like. Good luck ! G

    • #39010
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      I have seen in all Gibson Les Pauls Custom, that the multiplex top binding is white with 3 black lines. I own a 82´Les paul custom, and it top binding is white, but with 4 black lines. Why? Please help me.

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      i have a silvertone gutar,sunburst brown,it has S-63-unclear on the last it looks like an N.i would like to know what it might be worth.if you can help,i would appreciate it,or possibly how old it might be.thank you

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      Do a search for Guitar Mania. You will love it. Great Message Board, too.

    • #39007
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      Jesus Christ Matthew 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. Revelation 3:3 Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. Matthew 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. What Must I Do To Get Saved? You must confess openly that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Savior read John 3:16-17 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Verse 17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condem the world; but that the world through him might be saved. That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9 (NIV) You must be Baptized read Mark 16:15,16 And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. Verse 16 He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned. Join everyone in spreading the word- PART 1 Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. For the next 30 days (and beyond) you are to hand out a minimum of 30 FLYERS EACH DAY. Email this letter to people you know (ABSOLUTELY NO SPAMING – ITS AGAINST THE LAW AND GOD SAYS TO OBEY THE LAW), mail it through the postal system, place them on doorsteps, message boards, newsgroups, .alt, pass them out at the office, give it to the church, radio networks, etc. NOTE: it is illegal to place flyers on windshields in parking lots. If you speak another language, go to http://www.thegiftsoftheholyspirit.org for a translation and mail or email it to friends in other countries to be a witness unto all nations as stated above. PART 2 For the next 30 days, you will start getting everything in your life right with God. Read Matthew 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. PART 3 See you in Heaven. Amen! Go online to http://www.thegiftsoftheholyspirit.org to get a translation into another language or to print a copy of this letter or go to a copy store. Please read Ezekiel 33:1-9

      • #92929
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        hey, i like you, can i have sex with your mother?(you obviously have). love Bob

    • #39005
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      I have a homade guitar that I am just placing one humbucker in. It has a volume and tone swith and that’s it. I need a wiring diagram. Thanx.

      • #93070
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        : I have a homade guitar that I am just placing one humbucker in. It has a volume and tone swith and that’s it. I need a wiring diagram. Thanx. depends what kind of p/u you are installin hopefully its a emg 81 there hot as hell!!!! the best ive found anyway and there simple to install. reply and i will try to help you….and i hope i can!!!

    • #39006
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      Antoria Folk "Gibson J200 copy"

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      When you all stop laughing at my total lack of knowledge and my inability to tell a set of 9 strings from a set of 10’s (age comes to us all you know) could anyone tell me what size of strings are fitted as standard to a Epi LP standard. ps If you stop laughing long enough perhaps a few recomends if I wanted to change the standard strings. (Whatever size they are)?

      • #98318
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        Most guitars are shipped from the factory with 9’s….and it is not a stupid question. The reason they are shipped with 9’s is that is the in the middle gauge. It is a gauge I use. For years I used 10’s becasue I would break strings. But, as my style started to calm down I went to 9’s…… Also, what ever you do will require a neck adjustment. Guitars come from the factory with the Truss rod adjust for the gauge of strings that are on them. So if you are going to go upto 10’s from 9’s you will notice the action will get higher and harder to play. So be prepaired, I actually love tweeking out the action and getting it just right. Good Luck feel free to Email me: When you all stop laughing at my total lack of knowledge and my inability to tell a set of 9 strings from a set of 10’s (age comes to us all you know) could anyone tell me what size of strings are fitted as standard to a Epi LP standard. : ps If you stop laughing long enough perhaps a few recomends if I wanted to change the standard strings. (Whatever size they are)?

      • #98307
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        Most guitars are shipped from the factory with 9’s….and it is not a stupid question. The reason they are shipped with 9’s is that is the in the middle gauge. It is a gauge I use. For years I used 10’s becasue I would break strings. But, as my style started to calm down I went to 9’s…… Also, what ever you do will require a neck adjustment. Guitars come from the factory with the Truss rod adjust for the gauge of strings that are on them. So if you are going to go upto 10’s from 9’s you will notice the action will get higher and harder to play. So be prepaired, I actually love tweeking out the action and getting it just right. Good Luck feel free to Email me: When you all stop laughing at my total lack of knowledge and my inability to tell a set of 9 strings from a set of 10’s (age comes to us all you know) could anyone tell me what size of strings are fitted as standard to a Epi LP standard. : ps If you stop laughing long enough perhaps a few recomends if I wanted to change the standard strings. (Whatever size they are)?

      • #92756
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        There really is NO standard. I would say if went into a Guitar shop, they would probably have 09s on them. I use .11s on my Fat Strat, .09s on my Tele and Les Paul, but I use my Strat 90% of the time. Depends on how you like the strings, I am not a huge string bender, and I personally feel the fatter the string, the better tone you get. Start with the .09s, work your way up.

        • #110046
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          : There really is NO standard. I would say if went into a Guitar shop, they would probably have 09s on them. I use .11s on my Fat Strat, .09s on my Tele and Les Paul, but I use my Strat 90% of the time. Depends on how you like the strings, I am not a huge string bender, and I personally feel the fatter the string, the better tone you get. Start with the .09s, work your way up. Thanks Ken Yes I agree. I have .09’s fitted on my standard strat and .10’s on my clapton strat. It may be interesting if I try .11’s on my Les Paul. Ill let you know what happens !. Thanks

          • #110747
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            One more thing. The shorter the string scale the heavier the string gauge should be. Strats have a scale of 25.5 inches and Les Pauls (Most on both counts) have a scale of 24.75 inches….(I think that is right for Gibsons) I also have a mini guitar from a company called Chiquita. This guitar has a very short scale. I had to put Jazz 13’s in oreder to get the string tension where it needs to be. so there is a standard, well sort of. It also depends on what you pitch you tune to. I played in a blues band that tuned all the way down to D and I had to go up in gauge to get the action where it was not so loose. I went up to 10’s (on a ’97 American Strat) and she played beautifully. Younger metal players that are wanting to tune down to play with the current rock bands, this applys to you. Most of them tune down to E flat of D. Some even tune all the way down to B, yep, no shit. Some are even using 7 string guitars but you can achieve the sound with out investing into a 7 string by just tuning down and going up in string gauge…….damn I hope that was not to much information hahahahaha. Email me if you want: : There really is NO standard. I would say if went into a Guitar shop, they would probably have 09s on them. I use .11s on my Fat Strat, .09s on my Tele and Les Paul, but I use my Strat 90% of the time. Depends on how you like the strings, I am not a huge string bender, and I personally feel the fatter the string, the better tone you get. Start with the .09s, work your way up. : Thanks Ken : Yes I agree. I have .09’s fitted on my standard strat and .10’s on my clapton strat. It may be interesting if I try .11’s on my Les Paul. Ill let you know what happens !. : Thanks

            • #110980
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              I use 11 to 52 on my Tokai and it sounds sweet and strong through my ‘Twin or 50W Marshall with no effects or junk in the way. It might take a bit of getting used to, but it’s worth it for the tone. Anything less than 10s and it starts to whimp out in a ‘pure’ environment – OK so fx and masses of OD and it doesn’t matter so much. U can also get more stable tuning and go down to C no worries. Consider: did the guys in the past use light baby strings? I don’t think so! Wire them up and get twanging

    • #39003
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      How does one strum a G chord with a pick when one is not supposed to pick the 5th string? Will you please help me?

      • #92762
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No problem, just mute the 5th string with the finger that is on the 6th string. Example; I play a G chord with my middle finger on the 6th string. I make sure that it is also slightly touching the 5th string, as to mute it. Give it a try.

    • #39000
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can someone help me with some masters of reality-tab(s) cause i can’t find any and they’re a great band thanks

    • #39002
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Why can’t I find any masters tab on the net anyone who can help me most grateful

      • #95223
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Sorry,ive been as lucky as you…….bastards…

    • #39001
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      I’ve just purchased a new Epiphone LP Classic and noticed that all 4 volume/tone knobs appear to be fitted ‘off centre’ (like when a hubcap is not fitted correctly on a car wheel and makes it look like the wheel is buckled when it turns). Either: 1. All 4 potentiometer shafts are bent (unlikely) or 2. The holes in the knobs haven’t been drilled true (unlikely again). I know the body has a contour but the knobs definately turn ‘off centre’. Has anyone else experienced this?

      • #92765
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nothing to do with the wobbly knobs but do you know what gauge of strings are fitted to these LP’s as standard.

      • #92769
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        : I’ve just purchased a new Epiphone LP Classic and noticed that all 4 volume/tone knobs appear to be fitted ‘off centre’ (like when a hubcap is not fitted correctly on a car wheel and makes it look like the wheel is buckled when it turns). : Either: : 1. All 4 potentiometer shafts are bent (unlikely) or : 2. The holes in the knobs haven’t been drilled true (unlikely again). : I know the body has a contour but the knobs definately turn ‘off centre’. : Has anyone else experienced this?

        • #110063
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          I just bought one as well and my control knobs where the same. A little bit (not too much) of pressure on the top of the knobs seated mine correctly. Its as if they were not pushed on enough at the factory.

          • #110168
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            You were right Sad Old Man. I pulled them off and reseated them. They’re a bit hit and miss ie you can actyually press them on off-centre (as the factory do!). Cheers, Roy : I just bought one as well and my control knobs where the same. A little bit (not too much) of pressure on the top of the knobs seated mine correctly. Its as if they were not pushed on enough at the factory.

          • #116865
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            Thanks – I’ll give it a try later. Roy : I just bought one as well and my control knobs where the same. A little bit (not too much) of pressure on the top of the knobs seated mine correctly. Its as if they were not pushed on enough at the factory.

    • #38997
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      I am looking to spend about $200-$400 on an accoustic guitar with pick up, but im not sure what I should be looking for – which brands at that price, and how much better is a $400 than a $300 guitar – is it worht spending the extra 100?

      • #93080
        Anonymous
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        Harmony Central is real good for critical reviews of most guitars and amps!!

    • #38996
      Anonymous
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      Where can I get a porta 03 pdf file?

    • #38998
      Anonymous
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      I need advice on changing fretwire

      • #92764
        Anonymous
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        My advice is…DON’T DO IT YOURSELF!! Bite the bullet,pay the money and take it to a pro! Good Luck

        • #112711
          Anonymous
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          : My advice is…DON’T DO IT YOURSELF!! Bite the bullet,pay the money and take it to a pro! : Good Luck What if it’s a really old junkie guitar?

    • #38999
      Anonymous
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      i’m trying to find info on this guitar it has a serial number on the back of the peg head J797232,if anyone can help me find any info i’d appreciate it. Thanks,Ray

    • #38995
      Anonymous
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      im looking for some sort of a wiring diagram for a lotus(imitation les paul)guitar

      • #101094
        Anonymous
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        : im looking for a Whammy Bar Bracket for a Lotus Electric Guitar, my son broke the Whammy Bar off in the Bracket !

      • #92752
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to stewmac.com they have a wiring diagram for the Les Paul, it shouldn’t be any different.

    • #38993
      Anonymous
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      Jay Turser Guitars

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    • #38994
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      I have a Kay guitar L4127. My daughter gave it to me as a gift because I want to learn to play the guitar. Yet if it is worth alot I don’t want to use it to learn to play. Can anyone give me any information on this. Thanks so much

      • #110130
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        Hi, what kind of headstock does your Kay have? There are certain Kay guitars that are considered "collectables," but not all. collectable Kays are any model with the "Kelvinator" plastic headstock overlay with art deco patterns. Used from 1957 to 1960, this headstock was named after the brand of refrigerator that looked quite similar. This overlay was injection molded with clear acrylic plastic and then back-painted either white or black, with gold highlights in the crest and gold dots outside of the crest. Starting in late 1960, Kay switched to a less expensive "half" Kelvinator that used just the triangle Kay crest from the full Kelvinator, screwed to a simple black plastic headstock veneer. This "half" Kelvinator dropped the black or white back-painted acyrlic "lunchcountertop" surround with gold dots. This design only lasted till the end of 1961 when the Kelvinator headstock was completely dropped. I, myself, own a Kay, and I, too, don’t know if it’s worth anything. It doesn’t have the headstock described, but it does have a headstock that resembles the Fender strats’ headstock. The whole guitar looks like a strat, but it does have its’ uniqueness. I think that it’s ok to practice on Kay guitars, because I’ve been able to learn on mine, and it’s very durable. I don’t use it for what it’s intended for; ! use it for heavy metal, and all sorts of other styles. the worst I’ve done was broke strings, but that can be easily replaced. The string action is high, so I recommend taking it to a shop and having them fix the string action so that it will be a lot easier for you to play; for beginners, it’s hell if the string action is high. If you can adjust the brige, do so. If you adjust the bridge (if it has an adjustable bridge), and the string buzzes, or if you play a note on the high frets and it buzzes and doesn’t give a clean tone, take it to a guitar shop, and have them fix it.

        • #110285
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          Kays can be very collectable, but none are worth the sort of prices garnered by vintage Gibsons and Fenders and Gretsches of the era. Kay, in the ’50s, was never more than the Buick of guitars–good solid reliable instruments that weren’t as pricey as the Cadillacs. Kay also made some cheaper entry level guitars, often with other brand names on them and sold through catalog stores like Montgomery Wards and Sears. My advice is to go ahead and play your Kay. That’s what they were made for. : Hi, what kind of headstock does your Kay have? There are certain Kay guitars that are considered "collectables," but not all. collectable Kays are any model with the "Kelvinator" plastic headstock overlay with art deco patterns. Used from 1957 to 1960, this headstock was named after the brand of refrigerator that looked quite similar. This overlay was injection molded with clear acrylic plastic and then back-painted either white or black, with gold highlights in the crest and gold dots outside of the crest. Starting in late 1960, Kay switched to a less expensive "half" Kelvinator that used just the triangle Kay crest from the full Kelvinator, screwed to a simple black plastic headstock veneer. This "half" Kelvinator dropped the black or white back-painted acyrlic "lunchcountertop" surround with gold dots. This design only lasted till the end of 1961 when the Kelvinator headstock was completely dropped. : I, myself, own a Kay, and I, too, don’t know if it’s worth anything. It doesn’t have the headstock described, but it does have a headstock that resembles the Fender strats’ headstock. The whole guitar looks like a strat, but it does have its’ uniqueness. : I think that it’s ok to practice on Kay guitars, because I’ve been able to learn on mine, and it’s very durable. I don’t use it for what it’s intended for; ! use it for heavy metal, and all sorts of other styles. the worst I’ve done was broke strings, but that can be easily replaced. The string action is high, so I recommend taking it to a shop and having them fix the string action so that it will be a lot easier for you to play; for beginners, it’s hell if the string action is high. If you can adjust the brige, do so. If you adjust the bridge (if it has an adjustable bridge), and the string buzzes, or if you play a note on the high frets and it buzzes and doesn’t give a clean tone, take it to a guitar shop, and have them fix it.

          • #110423
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            I have found an old Custom Kraft, by Kay, the original owner purchased it in the 1930’s. IT has a tortoise shell piece. I am unsure of the term to describe it. IT protects the guitar from the pick when you are playing it. Any information on the guitar. I would appreciate.

      • #93808
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        Hi, what kind of headstock does your Kay have? There are certain Kay guitars that are considered "collectables," but not all. collectable Kays are any model with the "Kelvinator" plastic headstock overlay with art deco patterns. Used from 1957 to 1960, this headstock was named after the brand of refrigerator that looked quite similar. This overlay was injection molded with clear acrylic plastic and then back-painted either white or black, with gold highlights in the crest and gold dots outside of the crest. Starting in late 1960, Kay switched to a less expensive "half" Kelvinator that used just the triangle Kay crest from the full Kelvinator, screwed to a simple black plastic headstock veneer. This "half" Kelvinator dropped the black or white back-painted acyrlic "lunchcountertop" surround with gold dots. This design only lasted till the end of 1961 when the Kelvinator headstock was completely dropped. I, myself, own a Kay, and I, too, don’t know if it’s worth anything. It doesn’t have the headstock described, but it does have a headstock that resembles the Fender strats’ headstock. The whole guitar looks like a strat, but it does have its’ uniqueness.

    • #38992
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      TANGLEWOOD  DOBRO  GUITARS

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    • #38991
      Anonymous
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      What’s your favorite pickup? are they really different? is it worth the gap of price from the american standard? i wanna know your opinion…

      • #92767
        Anonymous
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        : What’s your favorite pickup? are they really different? is it worth the gap of price from the american standard? i wanna know your opinion… : I have a standard strat and last week I bought a new Clapton signature strat. They changed the pickups on these strats last September from gols lace to vintage noiseless pickups. Well is it worth the difference ?. I wouldnt change my standard strat for sentimental reasons (It was the first guitar I owned and I love it like my son) but get them noiseless pickups and be astounded by the difference like I was !.

    • #38990
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    • #38989
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      tunig\resetting a Floyd Rose tremelo

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    • #38988
      Anonymous
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      Ive just purchased a gibson acoustic electric guitar thats marked as being an OB25.I cant find anything about it,not even in the gibson bluebook.Does this guitar go by a model name or have I got an obscurity?

      • #95240
        Anonymous
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        : Ive just purchased a gibson acoustic electric guitar thats marked as being an OB25.I cant find anything about it,not even in the gibson bluebook.Does this guitar go by a model name or have I got an obscurity? wish i knew. could anyone tell me where i can find the "Gibson Blue book"?

    • #38987
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone have a instruction booklet for a westfield gt-303 guitar tuner

    • #38985
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking for a left handed 12 string. Can anybody help me?

      • #92786
        Anonymous
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        : I’m looking for a left handed 12 string. Can anybody help me? Samick make a left handed 12 string acoustic hope you find one.

        • #112084
          Anonymous
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          : : I’m looking for a left handed 12 string. Can anybody help me? Mandalaymusic.com has a great one!

      • #92784
        Anonymous
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        : I’m looking for a left handed 12 string. Can anybody help me? I have a nice Ovation round sound hole, non-pickup lefty 12 string for sale. Let me know if you are interested. John Brophy

    • #38986
      Anonymous
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      Gibson specs and plans

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    • #38980
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Man, you can build your own Fender Strat for way less than Fender sells them for with better parts too. Check it out. http://www.relicmasters.com

      • #92036
        Anonymous
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        Don’t deal with these guys, parts are sub par quality, bad additude, you’ll be sorry. email me for details.

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    • #38984
      Anonymous
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      Tom DeLonge's guitar

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    • #38983
      Anonymous
      Guest

      yes , that´s it .

    • #38981
      Anonymous
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      I have a old Martin D-18.I researched the serial # and it was made in ’59.I’ve had it since ’71.I need to re-fret it and possibly replace upper and lower bridges.I need info on where to order fretts and correct bridges,height of strings on neck,or how to keep fret height consistant,,,,can anybody direct me?

    • #38982
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      bass guitar tab-rock'n'roll-chris montez-lets dance-needed urgently!!

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    • #38979
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello Does anyone know or if anyone teaches spanish style guitar in london, i really want to learn and don’t seem to beable to find anywhere so far that teaches!! can anyone help???

      • #94866
        Anonymous
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        Did you ever find a teacher cos Im looking as well?

      • #112476
        Anonymous
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        : hello : Does anyone know or if anyone teaches spanish style guitar in the Brighton Area, i really want to learn and don’t seem to beable to find anywhere so far that teaches!! can anyone help???

        • #113569
          Anonymous
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          Look up Paul Aguilera

    • #38977
      Anonymous
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      My son (8th grade) wants to play guitar. The school’s music director wants him — and all others — to play anything BUT guitar. Anyone know of articles on kids and learning music through learning guitar? Thanks.

      • #92761
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        I’m not sure why you need articles on the subject. There are probably many people who visit this site who are guitar instuctors who teach kids (like me). Why not just ask them what you would like to know? The most likely reason that your schools music director doesn’t want anyone playing guitar is that he probably doesn’t know the first thing about teaching guitar. In order to get a music education degree, you need to learn how to play, read and write music for the most popular band instuments (trumpet, sax, flute, percussion, etc…). Guitar is Not one of these instruments. When I was in college majoring in music performance, I asked why I had to learn to play the piano and pass a piano proficiency test when I was there to play guitar. I was told by the head of the music department himself that I "need to learn how to play a Chordal instrument in order to have a full understanding of music." A chordal instrument…I kid you not. This is to show how ignorant of the guitar most learning institutions are. Please feel free to contact me through email concerning this thread. I don’t check this BBS every day. [email protected] Daniel

    • #38978
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how much is it worth ????

    • #38976
      Anonymous
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      MY teacher said my left hand moved very slow when i played fast song(i.e. the speed of my left hand is not suitalbe to play fast moving solo).Can u suggest some exercise for me to speed up?thank you! and also i think my right hand alternative picking is not good enough,can anyone suggest e some exercises to improve it?thinks

      • #92779
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        I would get a metronome and practice my scales to the "clock".When you’ve got that down(cleanly)increase the speed of the clock and practice faster. Good Luck

    • #38973
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      1972 epiphone guitars

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    • #38975
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      • #92750
        Anonymous
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        Can’t idiots like you just stay away. You give guitarists a bad name.

    • #38974
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      I have acquired a fairly old (possibly 40’s) parlor sized acoustic guitar. It has a Regal decal (light blue with "Regal" in yellow letters and a red and yellow crown, and "Made in Chicago" in smaller black letters) on the headstock, and a blue paper sticker inside the box that says Tony J. Placht, Musical Instruments and Repairing, 1001 Fine St. St Louis, MO. It has no discernable model number. The back and sides are possibly mahogany, the top is definitely spruce, and none of it appears to be plywood. The sound hole is bound, and the binding is flush with the top but extends inside the guitar just a little bit. There is a painted-on white stripe around the top to simulate binding, the sides are dark brown, and the back is a two tone sunburst, dark around the edges. The neck has twelve frets clear of the body. The frets are made of brass and very small. It has has a neck reset, the back appears to have been off and glued back on, the bridge has been replaced, and the top and body appear to have been knocked around some. Does anybody know what this thing is and how much it might be worth? email me me at [email protected] if you can tell me anything. Thanx much, Mike Vande

    • #38972
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there any body out there knows how to price a used gibson sg looks like a classic it has a fender humbucker pickup on the bridge and a di marzio in the neck the wood got lots of marks from its past its got the vibrato plate but the termolo stick is missing color is walnut it looks original Please Help

      • #92416
        Anonymous
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        Does the tremolo arm slide onto a bendy plate? If so I have one somewhere!! You can date the SG by the number on the back of the neck. If the trem is of the bendy plate type your probably looking at 1963 – 1965

    • #38971
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Gretsch guitar that I am having problems identifying..the name plate is missing I sent the pic to someone and they said that it is a rare 1962 Ronnie Lee model. I cannot find any information on it or who Ronnie Lee is or was. Does anyone have any information on it?

      • #97862
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        There is a Ronnie Lee Gretsch guitar being auctioned in Reno on August 3, 2002. I’m trying to find out some information about it myself. I’ll email you a picture. Please let me know if you found in additional information on it. I did find the folowing classified ad on the web: 1962 GRETSCH “Ronnie Lee” Model, Burgundy red finish, Two Hilotron pickups, Very rare model, only 100 made., EC, OHSC. $1,895

    • #38970
      Anonymous
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      I found a Clarion guitar at an auction, I would guess it is about 50 years old, any one able to shed a little light on these guitars?

      • #97339
        Anonymous
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        : I found a Clarion guitar at an auction, I would guess it is about 50 years old, any one able to shed a little light on these guitars? i also found an old clarion , would you let me know if you find out anything?

        • #116157
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          : : I found a Clarion guitar at an auction, I would guess it is about 50 years old, any one able to shed a little light on these guitars? : i also found an old clarion , would you let me know if you find out anything? I also have 1 that has been passed down 2 me… no clue about it though…

    • #38969
      Anonymous
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      Hey I was wondering if you guys could give some feedback on our band, this was the first time in the studio about a month ago the link is http://www.mp3.com/esteem33 the song is called EVERYBODY it is near the bottom of the page n is labeled as ^everybody^ any feedback is good feedback oh ya im really sorry that it is mp3.com that i want u to goto if ya dont wanna put in a real email into the thing b4 u d/l it just something up like say hmmmm [email protected] n it will work thanks just so ya know the recording cost about $75 american ($150 canadian)

    • #38967
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      .The G-string on my 88 studio les paul (red-wine maple-top) is always a bit out of tune. I set the intonation on it but its maxed out and still not perfect. Is it the truss-rod, or the height of the bridge n saddle?(wich is quite high because I like that no-buzz heavy -string groove.) Many thanx!

      • #92592
        Anonymous
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        I would go with adjusting the bridge first (it;s easiest), I like em heavy too, and try lowering/raising the low E side a little first… but experince says to me truss rod… a little voice, and usually what I go for when a saddle is maxed out. : .The G-string on my 88 studio les paul (red-wine maple-top) is always a bit out of tune. I set the intonation on it but its maxed out and still not perfect. Is it the truss-rod, or the height of the bridge n saddle?(wich is quite high because I like that no-buzz heavy -string groove.) Many thanx!

    • #38966
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    • #38968
      Anonymous
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      i’vebeen playing for about a year just teaching my self off tab and i want to get a new electric guitar but i don’t want to get nothing to fancy but i want it to be good top learn on does anybody havve any sugestion to what kind i should get

      • #110220
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dude, try a midrange Ibanez. The necks are slim and fast, solid construction, decent fretwork. Personally I like their guitars with the Single coil, humbucker, single coil configuration. Truly stellar sound for about $350 american.

      • #92615
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey there personally i’d go for an Aria MAC or similiar. They are about £200 new or say £150 used. Thay are good quality and nice to play, pretty strong. i have played my friend’s one and it is very nice. check out the Aria website. G

    • #38963
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone have any information on when Fender started and stopped using the swimming pool routes?? I have become a Strat maniac, and I don’t want to end up with one.

    • #38964
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I own a TSL 100 with the 1960A lead cabinet. Does anyone who owns this amp know what impedance I should be using and whether I should be using the Stereo/Mono switch. Also, which Speaker Jack to I run the speaker cable into. I have been using the 16Ohm jack in Mono. Last time my band played I had the clean volume up to 5 and it was not loud at all. Is this a sign to change my tubes? Thanks!

      • #93374
        Anonymous
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        Yams, Do you understand the concept of ohmage? Ohms are a measurement of resistance and all speakers create resistance to the low voltage current your amp feeds it. You’ll notice your amp has 3 ohmage selestions; 16, 8 and 4. Marshall cabs are generally 16 ohm cabs, being four 16 ohm speakers wired in series/parallel. If you use one cabinet in mono, set the amp for 16 ohms. As far as power, if you use your amp regularly for a year or so, the power tubes will wear down. Either buy a new quartet and have a reputable electrician install and re-bias your amp, or find a shop that will sell you a set for a reasonable price. Groove tubes are amongst the most expensive but you can find better deals on Sovtek and my favorite, Svetlana. Good luck and keep rockin!

        • #95200
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          I am trying to re-wire a 1960a cabinet for a friend of mine to be either mono or stereo. Obviously it comes wired mono but he would like the stereo option. I have a switch plate from my guitar player’s Mesa cabinet which can be run either mono or stereo (but it is only 2 X 12) but it seems to mess up the ohm rating when I try to use it with the 1960a. My friend uses a separate stereo power amp w/ some ‘cheezy’ roland pedal board for his rig. Any help would be great. Thanks

    • #38965
      Anonymous
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      Jon Kammerer Guitars

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      Anonymous
      Guest

      ovation guitars identification

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      Anonymous
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      Chord Help!:  BmA, BmAb.

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    • #38960
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi guys. i’ve been playing electric for about 3 years, and acoustic for about 8, and have got myself a Tanglewood Pioneer electric a while ago. however, now i’m getting really serious about playing, i want to upgrade the cheap amp i currently have. Mostly i play Satch, Dire Straits, Knopfler, Beatles etc. i DON’T want a load of noise, but rather a very nice tone, and i would probably use it to gig in future. I would have about £600 to spend, and would like something pretty lightweight. about 50watt, with reverb, overdrive, saturation, delay etc. Can any one recommend a suitable amp? or any suitable brands? i’m 17 now, don’t want any huge stacks or anything! Thanks, Georgi 🙂

      • #93819
        Anonymous
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        Dude, try out a Peavey classic 50. I bought one a few years ago. They are all tube, and have a really stellar sound, particularly for the money. If you can find a Fender twin reverb (vintage of course) that would be your best bet, but for $350-$500 (American) you can find a new or used Peavey that sounds awfully nice. The Reverb is weak, but the amp lends itself very well to effects pedals of all types. Mine is a 2×12. The 4×10 sounds nice too but the 2×12 give you a stronger low range and great mids, a plus for soloing. Personally, I find I don’t need a distortion pedal very much, because the lead channel gives me all the crunch I can handle. I use a crybaby Wah-Wah, a reissue Ibanez TS-9 when I do want a little more distortion, and a sweet little Boss digital delay/Echo. The amp is so versatile you can do anything from the Beach Boys, to Delta Blues, to Clapton, to Hendrix, to U2 and anything else. I love it. It’s heavy, but not as heavy as a stack. It’s bulky, but it fits in the back seat of my car. It purrs, but it can really roar. Great for small to medium gigs. Can be used for larger gigs if combined with more gear.

      • #92607
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        My best advice to you is buy all tube amp. Knopfler among others uses also Crate Vintage Club 50 combo which is pretty loud amp for its 50watt as most of the tube amps are(around 30watt could be enough). It has nice clean sound and overdrive. As for other fx things you should buy some analog pedals.

        • #92932
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          Hi Georgie,,,you can get a fairly small tube amp and link it to a "Good" 2×12 cab for a tremendous sound and tone combination providing you get a decent amp in the first place.I use a Peavey Classic 30 linked to a Naylor 2×12 cab for most everything with astounding results.It goes from petty clean to mean with little effort.Very nice.I personally dislike "bright" sounding speakers so test drive what you can and pick what you like best.Portabilty is really easy with this setup.But if you want more power, 2×12 cabs with anything from 30 to 120 watts will be sufficient to blow your hair back. Later…………..

    • #38959
      Anonymous
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      hello guys and gals, I need help. I am looking for traditonal Irish gituar tabs any know any decent sites? P.s I offer oral sex as a incentive for replies to this request.

    • #38958
      Anonymous
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      Hi everyone, i have a question for you: i’m about to buy a strat and i wonder about the difference between the noiseless, standard or texas special pickups, any advices out there?

      • #92629
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello, I strictly use Strats, and I prefer the Texas Specials. The standard pickups give you a bouncy, hollower tone, texas specials give a darker, meaner tone (I usually use the neck pickup with a Super Reverb). I have only tried the noisless pickups in the store. They sounded pretty gutless to me. My favorite strat is an American Hot Rod Texas Special Fat Strat. This has the two Texas Specials, and a Duncan Pearly Gates Plus in the bridge position. I love this guitar. I have seven strats, and this is the king. It will do everything.

    • #38957
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Pleases can somebody tell me about his opinions with this bass Please send me an email

    • #38956
      Anonymous
      Guest

      .The G-string on my 88 studio les paul (red-wine maple-top) is always a bit out of tune. I set the intonation on it but its maxed out and still not perfect. Is it the truss-rod, or the height of the bridge n saddle?(wich is quite high because I like that no-buzz heavy -string groove.) Many thanx!

      • #93060
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you set your intonation by using a particular frequency on all of the strings you should come out with good intonation on the neck no matter where you play, but if your saddles are slipping it’ll get back out of wack real quick. Also check to make sure that your floyd rose or whatever you use is even at both ends and that your neck is straight. That may cause problems if you don’t do all that before you tune for intonation… : .The G-string on my 88 studio les paul (red-wine maple-top) is always a bit out of tune. I set the intonation on it but its maxed out and still not perfect. Is it the truss-rod, or the height of the bridge n saddle?(wich is quite high because I like that no-buzz heavy -string groove.) Many thanx!

    • #38955
      Anonymous
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      hi everyone. im looking for a recording software[affordable] to purchase. just for simple, elementary usage, as ive never used any before and really wouldnt even know where to begin. i saw that Guitar Center is selling this particular MAGIX software for $9.99[a savings of $60]. have any of you used this software? just wondering if anyone would recommend it.. or would say to take it out of consideration and just go with something like Cakewalk for the extra $80. please advise! regards, victor.

      • #92599
        Anonymous
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        For just really basic stuff w/a few bells and whistles I would start with cakewalk, and if you ‘look’ around I’am sure you can find a free download. : hi everyone. im looking for a recording software[affordable] to purchase. just for simple, elementary usage, as ive never used any before and really wouldnt even know where to begin. : i saw that Guitar Center is selling this particular MAGIX software for $9.99[a savings of $60]. have any of you used this software? just wondering if anyone would recommend it.. or would say to take it out of consideration and just go with something like Cakewalk for the extra $80. : please advise! : regards, : victor.

        • #113834
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          : For just really basic stuff w/a few bells and whistles I would start with cakewalk, and if you ‘look’ around I’am sure you can find a free download. : : hi everyone. im looking for a recording software[affordable] to purchase. just for simple, elementary usage, as ive never used any before and really wouldnt even know where to begin. : : i saw that Guitar Center is selling this particular MAGIX software for $9.99[a savings of $60]. have any of you used this software? just wondering if anyone would recommend it.. or would say to take it out of consideration and just go with something like Cakewalk for the extra $80. : : please advise! : : regards, : : victor. ITs a great package. and for that price, don’t pass it up. I had a guitar player who did stuio work come over and we tried it out with 4 tracks …and it was pretty awesome. T

        • #102519
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          I use Magix Studio 5 and it’s worth every dime. It let’s you record, edit and effect your tracks. I bought this software because it was cheap. I had no idea it was so powerful. And it’s pretty easy to use too. : : hi everyone. im looking for a recording software[affordable] to purchase. just for simple, elementary usage, as ive never used any before and really wouldnt even know where to begin. : : i saw that Guitar Center is selling this particular MAGIX software for $9.99[a savings of $60]. have any of you used this software? just wondering if anyone would recommend it.. or would say to take it out of consideration and just go with something like Cakewalk for the extra $80. : : please advise! : : regards, : : victor.

    • #38951
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      we got a pretty big gig tomorrow (well not that big-were just startin and its our first), so i need advice on what to do before we go one, and while were on stage for just feelin comfortable and gettin in the grove. thanks alot

      • #92627
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        It’a all about fun… the other posts have good advice, defintely have a plan for the most common problems.. something will happen, and take a few min by yourself before going out, or get psyched with the rest of the band… depends on the type of person you are. As it’s a first gig probally everyone will know it… play that up to the audience too. Also the advice below about drinking and smoking is right, a little to take the edge off is fine, but it won’t help much your first time, don’t depend on it, adrelin is the best stimulant/motivator… and very rarely when tou are f****d up do you sound good to anyone else than yourself, so just go out, have fun, kick some ass, get some too… that’s what all that practice is for ! : we got a pretty big gig tomorrow (well not that big-were just startin and its our first), so i need advice on what to do before we go one, and while were on stage for just feelin comfortable and gettin in the grove. thanks alot

      • #92439
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        Don’t get too worried about nerves. They’re natural and can actually help you play better if you don’t let them drag you down. Believe it or not, doing something as simple as having a couple of minutes alone before you play can be of help. Clear your mind of all the other stuff, do some slow deep breathing and remind yourself that you’re there to have fun and hopefully entertain the crowd. Knocking back a few beers or a joint might be rock n roll but it’s not going to help you if you’ve never played before. Best to avoid that or simply leave that beer until you’re halfway through the gig. Make sure you know what you’re doing during the set as well. What’s your back-up if a string or two breaks? have you got spare leads etc? If you do your homework, you won’t need to worry about that kind of thing. You can concentrate on playing. It also helps to get a few friends along to the show and encourage them to encourage you before you play. belive it or not, if you play a song and hear some yells of appreciation – it bloody helps. Even if you know it’s your friends. Finally, accept the fact that you or one of the guys in your band will fuck up. Everyone does. Once again, don’t let that get to you. Most punters don’t pick up on it. They’re there to have fun and forget their worries. You should too. Hope this helps Nobby : we got a pretty big gig tomorrow (well not that big-were just startin and its our first), so i need advice on what to do before we go one, and while were on stage for just feelin comfortable and gettin in the grove. thanks alot

    • #38952
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      could any body tell me the difference between Conde Hermanos guitars(there are 2 shops which make this guitars),the quality of them and how can I know the difference between the models(becuse the models are not shown on the labels)would be helpful if you send me the picture of them .thank you

    • #38954
      Anonymous
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      Peavey T-15

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Peavey T-15

    • #38953
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am hoping someone can help me. The Man who saved my life has a 1959 stratocaster…it sounds like Olympus but hums with every radio signal for counties…He has tried using foil to no avail. He needs a white humdinger like the one listed below. Groove Tubes has two humdingers left, but not in white. Would you know where i could get one? Any information you may have would be appreciated. Please email me at [email protected]. Gratefully, faith Humdinger The Groove Tubes Humdinger replaces your plastic single-coil pickup cover with a nickel-plated brass cover and steel bottom booster plate. This simple, yet effective, product reduces hum and RF interference while creating a hotter, thicker tone from a single-coil pickup. It transforms a wimpy bridge pickup into a power bridge pickup and improves the balance to the other pickups. Requires no soldering! HD Kit – white finish 30.00

    • #38950
      Anonymous
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      I am selling my Gibson Les Paul Studio, year 2000, mint condition. Nothing wrong, I just purchased 3 guitars at once, and I tend to favor the Fender Strat. $800 US, firm. Interested? Email to above address.

    • #38948
      Anonymous
      Guest

      JIMI HENDRIX IS THE GREATEST, Dan- NOT jimmy page

    • #38949
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi’ i’m playing me guitar through the amp then to the mic socket on me laptop and wanted to know if and where i can get free guitar effects software? if there such a thing??

      • #110048
        Anonymous
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        Go to <a href="http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/">THIS PAGE</a> and then click on the guitar software link. : hi’ i’m playing me guitar through the amp then to the mic socket on me laptop and wanted to know if and where i can get free guitar effects software? if there such a thing??

    • #38945
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      I have a 1977 Fender Tele Delux that looks like no Tele you’ve ever see. It has a Strat neck, Two Humucking Pick-ups, blond wood grain finnish. The pick-up swith is upper left part of body, instead of lower left. Any idea of it’s worth??

      • #92840
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        // I have a 1977 Fender Tele Delux that looks like no Tele you’ve ever see. It has a Strat neck, Two Humucking Pick-ups, blond wood grain finnish. The pick-up swith is upper left part of body, instead of lower left. Any idea of it’s worth?? dude if you sold it in NZ youd make a killing!! everyone down here wants one.

      • #92613
        Anonymous
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        Do you have a pic??? obviously it is a project guitar so no book on it.. but would like to take a look see. : I have a 1977 Fender Tele Delux that looks like no Tele you’ve ever see. It has a Strat neck, Two Humucking Pick-ups, blond wood grain finnish. The pick-up swith is upper left part of body, instead of lower left. Any idea of it’s worth??

        • #112450
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          i have a 1974 tele delux which i’m about to sell. i’m currently trying to find out it’s worth as well. so far the results have been varying. but it seems to be between £600-800. try calling a few of the more specialised guitar shops in denmark street in central london. : : : I have a 1977 Fender Tele Delux that looks like no Tele you’ve ever see. It has a Strat neck, Two Humucking Pick-ups, blond wood grain finnish. The pick-up swith is upper left part of body, instead of lower left. Any idea of it’s worth??

    • #38946
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      SOVTEK AMPS, ARE THEY ANY GOOD ?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : SOVTEK AMPS, ARE THEY ANY GOOD ?

    • #38947
      Anonymous
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      I need to find a Tele control plate with three holes (in the right places!), or blank , chrome. To clean-up a custom Tele with a Gibson style seletor switch. Where, who, how much???

      • #89928
        Anonymous
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        : I need to find a Tele control plate with three holes (in the right places!), or blank , chrome. To clean-up a custom Tele with a Gibson style seletor switch. Where, who, how much??? that’s exactly what I need. a plate with tone, volume controls and a hole for a r5 way rotary switch for gibson humbuckers

      • #92631
        Anonymous
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        Probally cheapest to make it your self on this one, I can make one but would have to charge around $25. : I need to find a Tele control plate with three holes (in the right places!), or blank , chrome. To clean-up a custom Tele with a Gibson style seletor switch. Where, who, how much???

    • #38944
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR A BOSS ME-10 FOR A LONG TIME. DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHERE I COULD GET ONE?

      • #92620
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Lame response… but have you tried eBay ??? also there are alot of good shops on there, even if they don’t have one listed ask them. : I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR A BOSS ME-10 FOR A LONG TIME. DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHERE I COULD GET ONE?

        • #115276
          Anonymous
          Guest

          e-mail me [email protected] I’ve an me-10 for sale : Lame response… but have you tried eBay ??? also there are alot of good shops on there, even if they don’t have one listed ask them. : : I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR A BOSS ME-10 FOR A LONG TIME. DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHERE I COULD GET ONE?

    • #38943
      Anonymous
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      Hi people of the world . I like all of you to be a greate guitars…. Byy….

      • #94552
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :Hi all you people I would like to learn playing guitar if someone wants to help me please writte to me I will seriously aspect your mesagges ok thx bye

      • #92447
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What kind of guitar do you have. I have a Tacoma EM9 acoustic, a Fender American Fat Strat, a Gibson Les Paul Studio, a self built Telecaster, and an old Sigma acoustic. I love my guitars, my wife hates them, I tend to favor them over her. 🙂

        • #110071
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          Same about the wife part here, mmm wonder what makes them that way ???… but right now I think I’am tied between the two. : What kind of guitar do you have. I have a Tacoma EM9 acoustic, a Fender American Fat Strat, a Gibson Les Paul Studio, a self built Telecaster, and an old Sigma acoustic. I love my guitars, my wife hates them, I tend to favor them over her. 🙂

        • #110079
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          i love my guitar more than anything, its a tanglewood Pioneer and when i play it at college all my friends stand round and say they think it is beautiful. i have been playing for about 8 years and i have four guitars but tanglewood is my favourite. my favourite way of relaxing is to sit down and teach myself some satch from internet tabs. i teach a lot of my friends at college, we have a guitar club and meet each other. i need a better amp, currently have a 10w Hohner, very basic, but would like something like an ibanez etc for my 18th birthday. regards, george the guitarist.

    • #38941
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      if it needs tubes let me know….I’m trying to get one cheap because I can’t afford the one at mars for 1,599. thank you

    • #38942
      Anonymous
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      I have been listening to some of the samples from Pat Orchards web site at http://:www.patorchard.com. I awe struck at his technique and style. apparently played on an acoustic guitar through old echoes.. NO MIDI OR BACKING TRACKS!! Anyway…could someone please work out how he is playing Night Train….THIS HAS TO BE THE BEST GUITAR PIECE IN THE WORLD.. If you are good at transcribing to music or tab. .give it a shot..PLEEEEEEZE Thanks 0tyb0y

    • #38939
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      The youngest son of Manitas de Plata after these last years as the lead guitar & composer but on backstage of Manitas & Gipsy King comes with real flamenco music & his style to play guitar like a magician.Discover his CD on http://www.fernando-deplata.com

      • #101202
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Whôis this fernandô, Never heard about a son
        Manitas has so many kids…not as are of this one

    • #38940
      Anonymous
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      Hi all. I’m looking for an older Ovation, maybe not in good shape or even with a cracked or broken top. I have an idea for a project and I need to replace the top. So if anyone has a line on an older Ovation I can pick up cheap, or one with a damaged top that would be more expensive to fix than what the guitar is worth, if you could e-mail me with the details it would be much appreciated. A couple things need to be said. I don’t want an Applause, nor do I want a guitar that has a broken neck or back. With the exception of the top, the rest of the guitar needs to be playable. Thanks, Dan. [email protected]

    • #38938
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about this model Yamaha Accoustic/Electric Guitar, ie. age, value, etc.? FG365S-II. Any help at this point is deeply appreciated.

      • #92775
        Anonymous
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        : Does anyone know anything about this model Yamaha Accoustic/Electric Guitar, ie. age, value, etc.? FG365S-II. Any help at this point is deeply appreciated. : ) nope not me

        • #96021
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : Does anyone know anything about this model Yamaha Accoustic/Electric Guitar, ie. age, value, etc.? FG365S-II. Any help at this point is deeply appreciated. : : ) nope not me I own an FG365S accustic guitar. It was manufactured from 1979 to 1982 or there abouts. Mine cost $320 at that time. I still play it every day. It is not electric. At the Yamaha web site there is an area where vintage instruments are described. Mine was there but I didn’t find an electrified version. I hope this helps a little. Incidentally, my guitar is a wonderful instrument with great sound and action. Good luck.

    • #38937
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do they still make D’Armond pickups for arch-tops like I had in the late 50’s they could slid up and down on a rod fixed to the finger board and strings behind the bridge Iain

      • #110610
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can you please direct me to the correct site for any information on a D’Armond m60 electric guitar?

      • #93940
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i am selling my guitar 4 200$ free amp with purchase

    • #38934
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Rented Hohner guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Rented Hohner guitar

    • #38935
      Anonymous
      Guest

      which ones better to play "bachata". Which one has a better quality sound and which do u recommened

      • #92626
        Anonymous
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        Versus which Ibanez ??? to begin with, and anyone will trll you it’s subjective… play em both and you decide… after all thats what counts… what sounds pleasing to you… not me…. as a celebrity never will to me :). : which ones better to play "bachata". Which one has a better quality sound and which do u recommened

    • #38936
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a ibanez electric guitar, i wanted to know if the ovation celebrity plays like it when i change the strings and what is the difference nbtween the two. im considering buying an ovation celebrity cc057 but im not familiar with that style

    • #38933
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently got hold a Hohner "Jack" guitar – you know, the Steinberger, full-body model. The only catch is, this guitar has been completely gutted. I mean, there are no pickups, no wiring for pickups, no pots, no knobs, no nut, no tuning pegs – it’s basically just a body. Does anybody know how much it might cost for me to get this thing into working shape? Thanks.

      • #92623
        Anonymous
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        Are you looking to grt it back to stock ??? you are talking about $300 or so depending on how far you want to go (I wouldnt put orig pegs on). : I recently got hold a Hohner "Jack" guitar – you know, the Steinberger, full-body model. The only catch is, this guitar has been completely gutted. I mean, there are no pickups, no wiring for pickups, no pots, no knobs, no nut, no tuning pegs – it’s basically just a body. Does anybody know how much it might cost for me to get this thing into working shape? Thanks.

    • #38931
      Anonymous
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      Marshal Half Stack (TSL-100)...troubleshooting help

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Marshal Half Stack (TSL-100)…troubleshooting help

    • #38932
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know any good GFX4 patch sites. Please, please. A nothing else matters one ifposs

    • #38929
      Anonymous
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      I am considering an Accustic Bass. Would appreciate your opinion as to what I should look for and/or what brand should I buy .. are there any I should stay away from. THKS Norm

      • #92465
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You might want to look at Washburn. But I was thinking that when I buy an Acoustic I’m gunna make it at a workshop with tuition and my choice of sound.

    • #38930
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      I’m learning to sing and my teacher needs chords to play the piano while I sing. I would prefer Tool maybe System of a Down but Soundgarden Burden in my Hand is just as good. Where can I get chords to follow the words, I don’t have time to figure them out.

      • #92611
        Anonymous
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        Not to sound stupid, but isn’t that what a teacher is for ??? : I’m learning to sing and my teacher needs chords to play the piano while I sing. : I would prefer Tool maybe System of a Down but Soundgarden Burden in my Hand is just as good. : Where can I get chords to follow the words, I don’t have time to figure them out.

      • #92446
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to http://www.tabrobot.com Even though they have tabs, it is mainly the chords of the songs. Give that a try.

    • #38928
      Anonymous
      Guest

      schematic - Music Man Sabre 1 or 11

      This popular thread has been given its own page : schematic – Music Man Sabre 1 or 11

    • #38925
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if anyone can help, please email me at [email protected] thanks. regards, victor.

    • #38926
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have some friends who love playing their guitars and I want to get them something before I move away. The thing is I don’t know much about guitars. So I thought I’d post a message here. So if anyone has a good suggestion please let me know. Thank you very much.

      • #100855
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :a hooker

      • #92605
        Anonymous
        Guest

        personally i’d steer clear or equpment, where its really everyone to their own. What about some sheet music? however is quite expensive. G

      • #92452
        Anonymous
        Guest

        A hooker

        • #92636
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Great response… everyone loves a great JL Hooker CD! : A hooker

      • #92431
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ??? Electric or Acoustic?

    • #38927
      Anonymous
      Guest

      For Sale: Valley Arts Custom Pro #02037

      • #83700
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : For Sale: Valley Arts Custom Pro #02037

        • #83995
          Anonymous
          Guest

          How much are you asking for your Valley Arts Custom Pro?? Also, what color is it, and what condition is it in?? Thanks!!

    • #38924
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How did Robert Flemming Jr. invent the guitar.

    • #38922
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to play some english songs & hindi films songs in leads so plz give me some notes

    • #38923
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Some one please send me info on tapes,videos, magazines or books on advanced lead guitar (using modes) and other blues notes

      • #92612
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Just search the web, or buy them off ebay… and blues notes, every note is a blues note… context. : Some one please send me info on tapes,videos, magazines or books on advanced lead guitar (using modes) and other blues notes

    • #38919
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      Just wanna see if I can get some feedback on my first Cubase recording. Criticisms & advice appreciated. http://members.rogers.com/schmange5/Scary.mp3 [email protected] Peace & Grooviness schmange Schmange’s Guitar Tricks http://www.schmange.com Monday, March 11, 2002 8:57:10 AM

      • #92460
        Anonymous
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        Hmm.I think it’s better to record your guitar "Live" from a microphone near the amp.You might want to cut down the high end on the recorder.Use lot of of gain (of course)and stand in different parts of the room. Good Luck

    • #38920
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      Chuck Schuldiner was one of the best guitarists around. He sadly passed away December 13th. We are trying to get him the coverage of Guitar World magazine because it was Chuck’s dream to be on the cover someday. He was sick and tired of seeing underrated "guitarists" on the cover. He wanted Guitar World to be a quality magazine again and it very well could be done by putting him on the cover. Unfortunately, GW is not being cooperative with us, so we could use some help though. Let’s try to make it happen: give Chuck the honour and respect he deserves!!!!

      • #92455