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    • #54017
      Anonymous
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      Im trying to find out how much my guitar is worth, if there is anyone who knows & can give me an answer would you please message me back if you would with a goid answer I

    • #49976
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, New for March on http://www.jazzguitar.be : 31 March 2004 : new recommended book : exploring the world of lucid dreaming 20 March 2004 : new dominant patterns 06 March 2004 : a new Bill Frisell lick 04 March 2004 : a new Wes Montgomery lick Kind Regards, Dirk Laukens http://www.jazzguitar.be [email protected]

    • #49974
      Anonymous
      Guest

      cara-2 bermain guitar dgn betul.

    • #49973
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey ive got an eletric guitar and my low E string bangs against the top fret every time i pluck it. it sounds like crap, does anyone know what i can do to fix it???

      • #94329
        Anonymous
        Guest

        maybe your neck is bent; try to adjust your truss rod

      • #93313
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hey ive got an eletric guitar and my low E string bangs against the top fret every time i pluck it. it sounds like crap, does anyone know what i can do to fix it??? You could try increasing the action of your bridge. Or maybe you need a new plastic string guider thingy (don’t know the technical name for it!) that sits just off the fret board near the tuning heads. It could be worn. Or perhaps you have your guitar tuned too low.!

        • #115942
          Anonymous
          Guest

          try lighter strings, sounds like the nut though, maybe its cut too low. Lee

    • #49972
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know what a L.A. guitar is

    • #49971
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a good solid guitar for a beginner, but don’t want to break the bank. Any suggestions?

      • #93288
        Anonymous
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        : I am looking for a good solid guitar for a beginner, but don’t want to break the bank. Any suggestions? Almost everybody I know had a Squier Strat as a first guitar, and every single one of them complained about how much it sucked. The strings always went out of tune, the pickups were brittle-sounding and noisy, and the action was horrible. I would suggest going with Epiphone, the entry to mid-level division of Gibson. Their prices range from under $200 to over a $1000, so they’re bound to have something to fit your style and budget. I think the les paul special starts around $150 or so. Anyway, look at local and online music stores for guitars and try them out before you consider buying them. What’s important is what sounds, feels, and looks good to YOU. You’re the one plunking down the cash, after all. Well, that’s my recommendation, hope it helps a little. Good luck.

      • #93286
        Anonymous
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        how much you paying?? if you want a real cheapie starter then go for a fender squier, get a good 2nd hand one for not a lot of cash, sound quite good too. Lee

        • #95495
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : how much you paying?? if you want a real cheapie starter then go for a fender squier, get a good 2nd hand one for not a lot of cash, sound quite good too. : Lee samick makes some nice beginner axes for a modest price ( $150 or so)

    • #49970
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi – wondering if anyone knows a web site where i can authenticate this instrument ?

    • #49969
      Anonymous
      Guest

      session pro guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : session pro guitar

    • #49968
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, If you’re looking for free jazz guitar transcriptions, licks & lessons, then have a look overhere : http://www.jazzguitar.be Kind regards, Dirk.

    • #49967
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey all

      • #95238
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i know

      • #93447
        Anonymous
        Guest

        wow thtz 1 hell ov an awsom bessage u submitted

    • #49966
      Anonymous
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      serial# 76-2011 signed by S.L. Mossma & E L D in original case. For sale to highest bidder. Great condition and perfect sound.

      • #94782
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you haven’t sold your guitar, please let me know. You can email me or call me at 615-525-6218. I would like to see pictures. Thanks. Marty : serial# 76-2011 signed by S.L. Mossma & E L D in original case. For sale to highest bidder. Great condition and perfect sound.

    • #49965
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi there, I would like to know if is possible to play only with an amp head (marshall jcm 900), without any cabinet. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!

      • #95233
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ITS NOT POSSIBLE I TELL U. OH AND THE EARTH REVOLVES AROUND THE SUN Idiots

      • #93154
        Anonymous
        Guest

        its not possible dude

        • #115916
          Anonymous
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          not only is it not possible, but it you try and play that thing without a speaker plugged into it you could blow the amp, very very dangerous to play amy valve amp with no speaker plugged in,, beware!! Lee

          • #115939
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : not only is it not possible, but it you try and play that thing without a speaker plugged into it you could blow the amp, very very dangerous to play amy valve amp with no speaker plugged in,, beware!! : Lee Really, Why? Just curious.

            • #116000
              Anonymous
              Guest

              something called an output transformer, give it a try and see what im talking about. Lee

          • #125717
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Ok, thanks for your reply!

    • #49962
      Anonymous
      Guest

      pop/rock band in boston looking for a guitarist and drummer. influences include Jet and The Sounds. email if interested.

    • #49961
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey i am getting a bass on friday, and as im gonna be new to playing, im going for a cheap £140 one. the one im gonna get is one with 20 frets. ive seen other ‘standard’ basses which have over 20. Do the amount of frets on the neck actually is much of an impact on playing, or just a difference in the guitar not the music? Thanks for any replies Alex

      • #93129
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hey i am getting a bass on friday, and as im gonna be new to playing, im going for a cheap £140 one. the one im gonna get is one with 20 frets. ive seen other ‘standard’ basses which have over 20. Do the amount of frets on the neck actually is much of an impact on playing, or just a difference in the guitar not the music? : Thanks for any replies : Alex just get what u want and play it english boy

    • #49964
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey i am getting a bass on friday, and as im gonna be new to playing, im going for a cheap £140 one. the one im gonna get is one with 20 frets. ive seen other ‘standard’ basses which have over 20. Do the amount of frets on the neck actually is much of an impact on playing, or just a difference in the guitar not the music? Thanks for any replies Alex

      • #93133
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Short scale bass will have an effect on the tone, not as deep, a lot of women play short scale necks too. Lee

        • #115903
          Anonymous
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          ahh…ok thanks alex

    • #49963
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Don is a f4g

    • #49960
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello everybody! Fairytale’s Fog has returned with new website and new music.Please visit at http://www.sunpoint.net/~fairytalesfog and leave comment alsoto our guestbook!

      • #93189
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Correction: Hello everybody! Fairytale’s Fog has returned with new website and new music.Please visit at http://www.sunpoint.net/~fairytalesfog and leave comment also to our guestbook!

    • #49959
      Anonymous
      Guest

      stellar guitar?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : stellar guitar?

    • #49958
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need help finding an owners manueal for a tascam 244 Please and Thanks.

      • #94909
        Anonymous
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        : I need help finding an owners manueal for a tascam 244 : Please and Thanks. <a href=’http://www.geocities.com/leburjeit/’></a&gt;

      • #94765
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi i’mjust wondering if the tascam 244 portastudio has an effects loop with the mixer. I know the 246 does, but not sure about his model. Looking to purchase a used one so let me know…thanks! -t

    • #49957
      Anonymous
      Guest

      im a lead guitarist with a LOT of experience in bands giging and recording. im a very young 33 and have been playing since 7 giging since 15. im putting a band together with the view to doing old and new hard rock from black crows, thin lizzy to papa rouch rage against the machine. start with covers to get a following then gradually add our own in. i have a singer who also plays the guitar so im looking for a bassest and drummer. phone 0879014497 or email [email protected].

    • #49956
      Anonymous
      Guest

      someone pawned this guitar to me over 2 yrs ago. I dont know anything about guitars, except this one is beautiful. Comes with case! IT says GC 70 on the case, make offer! [email protected] Thanks

      • #116311
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hai, Is the GC 70 a a classical guitar made by Yamaha? I appreciate your reply. Thanks

      • #95667
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Is GC-70 written on the label inside the guitar…if so, for what price approximately you want to sell it, thanks, L.V.

      • #95528
        Anonymous
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        : someone pawned this guitar to me over 2 yrs ago. I dont know anything about guitars, except this one is beautiful. Comes with case! IT says GC 70 on the case, make offer! [email protected] Thanks ——————————- If you still own this guitar, please mail me sinds your e-mail adress is invalid.

    • #49955
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I live in michigan and am having a hard time finding anyone that knows about yamakis and their value. I was told years ago that my 1974 yamaki is a custom and worth alot. I would really like to sell it or get an appraisal. Anyone know of anyone that knows about yamakis? Thanx Chere

    • #49954
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Tama acoustic model 3555 from the late 1070’s. I am interested in selling the guitar. It is in decent shape, with a few minor flaws. I will have pictures available for anybody interested. Please email to [email protected]

      • #92992
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sounds like a real early model, pre war.

        • #97001
          Anonymous
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          : sounds like a real early model, pre war. Don’t think they made Tama guitars before the war. They started in the early 70’s with Martin copies. I woildnt mind having a look at it though. Drop me a line and we’ll sort something out. 😉

    • #49953
      Anonymous
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      forgot to post my email….. [email protected]

    • #49952
      Anonymous
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      forgot to post my email….. [email protected]

    • #49951
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I know mine is extremely rare as it has some custom features and iam looking for a value cuase i want to sell it

    • #49950
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know anything about the Seville brand of guitars? I have an S-32 model and have no knowledge about it whatsoever other than it was made in Korea. I love this guitar, it is probably the best sounding guitar I’ve ever played. If someone has any info on these guitars, please let me know.

      • #116344
        Anonymous
        Guest

        NO I HAVE NO CLUE BUT I HAVE 1 TOO AND I WANTED TO FIND OUT ABOUT IT TOO

      • #95983
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :I just won a Seville copy of a Gibson Melody Maker on e-bay. Looks cool. I don’t know much about them either.

    • #49948
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am looking for a pickup for a ’69 dan armstrong acrylic bass.any ideas or know anyone who would be willing to repair mine.

      • #96972
        Anonymous
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        Bill…those buggers aren’t very easily fixed! I had a box of them, and out of the 20 some odd pickups, ONE worked. So I autopsied them and know what it takes to fix/make them. I could take a crack at fixing your pickup, but it could be like a surgeon not wanting to remove a bullet that’s sitting 2 cm from the spinal column….it could go either way. It could be fixable, or it could just be junk. cheers, Pat F : i am looking for a pickup for a ’69 dan armstrong acrylic bass.any ideas or know anyone who would be willing to repair mine.

      • #93769
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello Sorry to say that the Dan Armstrong guitar/bass pickups that eventually die are pretty much a solid block and cant be repaired. I’ve shown mine to Seymour Duncan,Lindy Fralin,Dan And Kent Armstrong, Bill Lawrence etc. and they all said sorry but no. Also be aware that the reisseue that was made from 1998 onward will not "pop in" and you will need to mod your bass …witch I dont recomend. I’m working right now with Curtis Novax( Novax.org )on making a killer clone and hope to get Dan’s blessing. Makes a nice paper wieght though;) Billy

    • #49949
      Anonymous
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      hey im a bassist and im looking for a drummer and two gutarist to start a metal band that has influences of damage plan, lamb of god, as i lay dying,bleeding through, 18 visions, norma jean stuff like that, u dont have to be like dimebag darryle on guitar or joey jordson on drums but all i ask is if ur decent id like to make something and really get into the scene all i ask is that ur honest with some talent so that together we all can grow into a kick ass band im located in the bronx

      • #94511
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i would want to start a metal band, but you like that gay band called ‘the bronx’ too bad

    • #49947
      Anonymous
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      I bought a 1986 Mesa Boogie Mark III (new tubes) about 6 months ago, and it’s sounded great up until I played a gig with it a few nights ago. Four bands used it, but the last band was particularly loud (master volume set to 3.5), and I heard the sound stop halfway through their set. It turned back on in like 20 seconds, though, so I assumed they just messed up with their pedals. Now I’ve got it hooked up at home again, and the Power light is turning on, but there’s no sound no matter how I adjust the settings. I plugged into the Effects Return Jack like the manual said to see if it would make any sound, but nothing came out. Does anyone have any insight to the problem? I’ve got some ideas, but I’d like to hear from someone with experience in the matter. Thanks.

      • #93002
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi Max Do the tubes light up when you turn it on? Have you tried disconecting the speaker and putting the amp through another speaker cab to see if your speaker has blown? I’ve had a couple of boogie’s I played them loud all the time (8-9 master vol) never had a problem, they were always very reliable. Boogie’s are normally fairly bulletproof Other than that I would say take it for repair, don’t mess with it you might do more damage. "DON’T LET ANYONE USE YOUR GEAR!". That’s gotta be the oldest rule in the book. I made the same mistake. I borrowed my amp to a guy (a so called friend) he busted it and wouldn’t pay up! You live and you learn.

    • #49946
      Anonymous
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      i have this really old Truetone guitar and it has a couple pieces missing and i was wondering if anyone might have a clue on where i can find information about this guitar or even pictures of one so i could possibly just make the pieces for it this information would be greatly appreciated

      • #96724
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I just found my dad’s old Truetone Guitar. I would be glad to send you a picture. I would love to know how much it is worth. Does anybody know?

    • #49945
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know the appoximate appraisal for a 1977 Gibson Les Paal Custom in excellent condition ?

      • #115884
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone know the appoximate appraisal for a 1977 Gibson Les Paal Custom in excellent condition ? Gotta be around $1100 (£600) but for that money it’s gotta be good. Check out ebay.

    • #49944
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a wholesaler of gibson and fender guitars for a venue in business. Can anyone help?

      • #115898
        Anonymous
        Guest

        gibson.com

    • #49943
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wide neck guitars

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Wide neck guitars

    • #49941
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking at buying a mint condition 1982 Peavey T-60,got any idea on its value?

    • #49942
      Anonymous
      Guest

      FOR INFO GO TO http://docrobertsband.com/calling_all_musicians.htm Calling all Musicians ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC JAM NIGHT Every Thursday Night: 7 pm to 10 pm at The Black Hammock, Oviedo, Florida 2356 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road, Oviedo, Florida 32765 – 407-365-2201 Hosted by Doc Roberts & Friends LOCAL TALENT & ORIGINAL MUSIC WELCOME B.Y.O.I. (Bring Your Own Instruments/Mic) sound is system provided FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS INCLUDING, ALL YOU CAN EAT CRAB LEGS ! FOR INFORMATION: CALL 407-365-2201 OR email: [email protected] http://www.docrobertsband.com http://www.theblackhammock.com

    • #49940
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Bently guitar that I received from someone, and i have no idea what model it is, or how much it is worth. Does anyone have any idea about the values and everything of these guitars? I don’t know whether to just sell it for cheap or to hang on to it or what….

    • #49939
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi my amp is broken. It wont turn on any more. i have changed the fuse and it is still not working. i had a look in the back but i couldnt see a thing wrong with it. HELP ME PLEASE.

      • #115890
        Anonymous
        Guest

        might need fixing,,,

    • #49938
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi there, Im desperatly trying to get yngwie him self to see this. If you can publise it anywhere that would be a great help. Even watching it is appreciated! check this out! my mate made it! http://www.tarquin.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/malmsteen.html Adam

    • #49937
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking for Name of Song and artist-"No Girl, In The Whole World"

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Looking for Name of Song and artist-"No Girl, In The Whole World"

    • #49934
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently acquired a Charvel Surfcaster Bass, not the usual with 2 lipstick pickups etc. but this one is an acoustic with built in active pickup and eq. Can anyone give me any information on it such as manufacture year, value or anything.

    • #49935
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Les Paul Custom I.D.

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Les Paul Custom I.D.

    • #49936
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me the milliamperage(mA) for the Zoom 9000 adapter? Also, where can I find a PDF manual for this unit?

      • #94472
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Can anyone tell me the milliamperage(mA) for the Zoom 9000 adapter? Also, where can I find a PDF manual for this unit? It is dc 7.5 v 200mA (+ (c) -) center negative

      • #93627
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello Did you get this info? zoom 9000 output dc 7.5v 200 mA I too am looking for a manual. Did you locate one? Would appreciate a link. Thanks GDAVIS Kano, Nigeria Can anyone tell me the milliamperage(mA) for the Zoom 9000 adapter? Also, where can I find a PDF manual for this unit?

        • #94464
          Anonymous
          Guest

          own one how’s Kano, Nigeria

    • #49932
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi, idw like to recive information about these guitars and tell me which one is better and if the better one is juust better or also a good guitar. and one more thing.. is the u2 a one piece? thanks

      • #98715
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hi, idw like to recive information about these guitars and tell me which one is better and if the better one is juust better or also a good guitar. : and one more thing.. is the u2 a one piece? : thanks Hi well I bought a dark green Gibson U2 in 1989…. My first proper guitar…I still have it..and it’s a great guitar…worth way more than i paid for it now…the neck is the best part…a through neck like u say…and perfectly straight…never had a prob with this guitar…has a coil tap..which when u push in gives u an extra edge on overdriven sounds…and has like 4 switches…for pickups…u can have so many tones…like lovely clean crystal ones..i have only ever seen 1 other guy with guitar like mine…a red 1 .. and we did gig together…so they are pretty rare…hope this is of use to u…:)

    • #49933
      Anonymous
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      I recently aquired this amp minus the speakers. When I hook the speakers up, it makes a loud humming noise and no signal comes through. It doesn’t matter what channel it is on. When I go through the speaker out into another amp, it works fine. The speakers that I have are only 50 watt and the amp is rated at 120 w RMS. Even when I turn down all of the pots it still hums at the same volume. It sounds like a speaker hook-up problem. Any help?

    • #49931
      Anonymous
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      I would spend up to 600 maybe more.

      • #94476
        Anonymous
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        : I would spend up to 600 maybe more.

    • #49930
      Anonymous
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      can anybody tell me the cheapest place to buy an epiphone noel gallagher from or if anybody has got one for sale secondhand cheers duncan

    • #49929
      Anonymous
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      I’m in need of wiring schematics for differant telecaster pickups and control plate. Can anyone help me find some? Thanks. Rick

      • #93613
        Anonymous
        Guest

        go to seymourduncan.com they have a ton..

    • #49928
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me about a Goya T-16? Thank you. [email protected]

    • #49927
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Guild acoustic guitar model D-25 with a cherry finished top. Anyone have a clue as to how old it is?

    • #49926
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What is the easiest way to work out which chords go with which modes. I’ve tried other formulas but i can’t get my head round it?

    • #49924
      Anonymous
      Guest

      DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I COULD FIND A WIRING SCHEMATIC FOR THE EPIPHONE ACE FREHLEY LES PAUL

    • #49925
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Im looking for a full sized 6 string yamaki guitar. I live in southern B.C. Write soon

    • #49923
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for an Alvarez DY-74 jumbo 6 string flat top with solid spruce top. Does anyone know where I can find one? Please email me. Thanks.

    • #49922
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could you please let me now,what would be the best way for myself to record songs I have wrote. I play Guitar and do not want to get tide up into to much of a cost .Although I do want quality. Whats out there and should I buy New! Hey Im over 50! I can write but am shy of how to. Thanks

    • #49921
      Anonymous
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      I have a guild guitar witha serial number of 74016. I believe it was made in 1971. Could someone tell me approximately what it is worth?

    • #49920
      Anonymous
      Guest

      7yrs ago I found this washburn HM-80 in a pawn shop & Im trying to find out about it. It looks & sounds really badass, (no effects needed)Ive surffed the net everywhere & i cant find it. It looks kinda like the dimebag,but much cooler. A friend of mine that works at a pawn shop has a blue book on guitars & it was in there listed as a washburn HM (Heavy Metal)80 & had a value of $1800,, is this model rare?? because I cant find one anywhere on the web or in any music store

    • #49919
      Anonymous
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      If anyone is interested, I am putting a free MP3 download of acoustic music on the web every month from my site this month it is a never-before released track from 1974 or so called ‘Stone With a View’, recorded in a freezing cold room on a Revox… It is about the tour I did supporting King Crimson sample: http://www.keithchristmas.co.uk/winmedia/stone_clip.wma the link to the MP3 page is: http://www.keithchristmas.co.uk/mp3/music_downloads I’d like to come to Aus to try my hand in a few clubs, (not playing this!) so I’m curious as to what anybody might think cheers

    • #49918
      Anonymous
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      LSR roller nut on Les Paul-type neck/headstock

      This popular thread has been given its own page : LSR roller nut on Les Paul-type neck/headstock

    • #49917
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone date this serial no and tell me where it was made? thanks.

      • #92720
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :guitar? amp? squier??

    • #49916
      Anonymous
      Guest

      DOES ANYBODY HERE KNOW WHERE JOHNNY RAMONE LIVES?

      • #92730
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Los Angeles

        • #115897
          Anonymous
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          OK, you know that planet they just discovered out beyond pluto?? you know the little blue one that takes a hundred years to orbit once round the sun?? well just behind that is where you will find your ramone. Well and truely sorted. Lee

          • #115927
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Bah! : OK, you know that planet they just discovered out beyond pluto?? you know the little blue one that takes a hundred years to orbit once round the sun?? well just behind that is where you will find your ramone. : Well and truely sorted. : Lee

        • #92974
          Anonymous
          Guest

          outer mongolia..

          • #115887
            Anonymous
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            : outer mongolia.. East of the Pacific Ocean, West of London England, South of Mars and North of Hell ….beat that 😛

        • #115865
          Anonymous
          Guest

          new york

          • #121712
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Alaska

    • #49914
      Anonymous
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      If you can help me with a wireing diagram for a peavey bandit guitar amp, please mail me.

    • #49915
      Anonymous
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      HI, I’m in the process of refurbing an old Les paul copy, i’ve sorted the machine heads ( and various other mechanical defects ) – but have a problem with the pickups ( one doesnt work ! ). I’d like to upgrade the pickups ( obviously replacing the defective one ) but don’t know what to go for. I’d like somehting a little brighter than the usual quite bassy tone that this guitar usually produces. Is it possible to get closer to a fender single coil sound for one pickup, and leave the other as a humbucker ( with more punch ) ? Does anyone have any advice / recommendations on what pickups to try. I suppose i mostly play bluesy / rock stuff ( HAve a strat and another LP copy – thought i’d try something different with this guitar ) Thanks.

      • #92710
        Anonymous
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        i take it you want to change the bridge pickup? if you do want a single coil sound on a les-paul (ughh!!) then get a normal sized direct replacement for that pickup, a seymour duncan or better still a kent armstrong, and run the pickup to a switch so that you can ‘coil tap’ it, flick the switch and it uses one of its 2 coils, flick it the other way and it uses both, that way you get the best of both worlds. Lee

    • #49913
      Anonymous
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      I can tune my guitar and it is ok (open string), but if I press the 6th String (E) on the 5th fret I should get an A note, and it is sharp. Other strings are not as bad… This was not always like this. I never abused nor dropped the guitar. Anybody ever hear of it. Thanks in advance

      • #92682
        Anonymous
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        Check the intonation, you need to adjust the saddles on the bridge, if you play a harmonic on the 12th fret, then hold down that string (lightly) on the 12th both notes should sound the same, adjust the saddle for that string until they do sounf the same. Lee

    • #49912
      Anonymous
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      i bought a custom paint warlock but the paint is a little messed up i’m trying to get it repainted with loseing the b.c.rich name on it

      • #92702
        Anonymous
        Guest

        is there a question in here somewhere? Lee.

    • #49909
      Anonymous
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      Hoping someone can help me with this as soon as possible. A roomate owes me money that he cannot pay and will sell a guitar that I have never heard of to pay his debt. It is a Gibson WRC. I guess it is probably the closest thing to a strat they made, but I can’t seem to find any info on it. It looks very much like the Ibanez RG series. It was made in 89, and the serial number is 80039718. If anyone has any info on this particular model, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a million. -Dave

      • #92508
        Anonymous
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        I’ve seen a few advertised on the Internet and the highest price was $900! They were made between ’84 and ’86 but were discontinued due to lack of popularity. I’m told Ebay is a good place to find out about them.

    • #49910
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking to trade 2 or 3 other brand nice guitars for a mosrite project??? email and lets discuss rich

    • #49908
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey guys was wondering if any one had some good tips for getting the best pacifier sound out of my mesa eg bold spongy full power vacume valves or diodes ect. you will know what im on about if you have one.

    • #49911
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey guys was wondering if any one had some good tips for getting the best pacifier sound out of my mesa eg bold spongy full power vacume valves or diodes ect. you will know what im on about if you have one.

    • #49907
      Anonymous
      Guest

      DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHERE JOHHNY RAMONE LIVES?

    • #49906
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need to learn some spanish guitar chords. CAn anyone help me plaese.

    • #49904
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am interested for the real guitars tabs (open tuning)of wedding song performed by Paul Stookey from the LP " Paul and" released in 1971. Thank you for your attention

    • #49905
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ummmm i found an old norman b55….wondering what it’s worth,…cause i might buy it off the guy,…sounds pretty good actualley

    • #49903
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi i’m in a 3 piece band and we need to play some other recorded guitars and keys section live because we do not enough members.. how do we do that? thanks in advance

      • #92538
        Anonymous
        Guest

        thats a difficult one because of the tempo of your live song against the tempo of the live version, are they short guitar parts you need to playback? if so you could try putting them on a sampler keyboard, assign a different guitar part to each key. Lee

        • #92728
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hi err.. the part we’re missing is mainly the rythm guitar and some synth throught the whole song.. what is a sampler keyboard? is a midi controller with a sound module anywhere close to it’s function? thanks

          • #115837
            Anonymous
            Guest

            if you have a live drummer it will prove very difficult to do.

    • #49900
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been getting lessons on the acoustic guitar. I want to play the electric but people tell me that you have to learn the acoustic first then you’ll know how to play the electric guitar. Is that true? If it is not true what is the difference in playing the electric than playing the acoustic.

      • #92516
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’ve been getting lessons on the acoustic guitar. I want to play the electric but people tell me that you have to learn the acoustic first then you’ll know how to play the electric guitar. Is that true? If it is not true what is the difference in playing the electric than playing the acoustic. Michael I don’t have a compeling reason one way or the other but I will ask this, What are your goals in playing guitar? Certainly every kid in the world wants to crank it up. Electronics is cool and electric guitars are, in my experience, much easier to play. But as you get more involved with the guitar, you’ll begin to appreciate the character of each kind of guitar – acoustic or electric. I have a Les Paul electric, a Guild acoustic, and a Yamaha classical. I want a Dobro or International to get a southern sound. I wouldn’t choose one guitar over the other – I use them all. It just depends what I need them for. I appreciate finger picking and screaming leads. I record music so I want access to every sound I can get my hands on. If your goal is to be a lead guitar player and you don’t think you’ll ever change, then electric is for you – playing an acoustic guitar will just boar you. But don’t sell the acoustic short. Some of the most intriguing guitar playing I’ve done in my life has been on acoustic guitar. my 0.2 cents worth

    • #49902
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can anyone help me figure out how to play, mr. sandman fingerstyle. I think it’s usually played in the key of A. I relly need the chords & their position.

    • #49901
      Anonymous
      Guest

      3-voice synth guitar in Mint condition for sale! Good deal view it here : http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3712590211&category=2384

    • #49899
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Were was it made and what would be the vlaue for one in used mint condition?

    • #49898
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anybody tell me how to get into the guitar designing business? I’m currently studying for a mechanical engineering degree. thanks

    • #49897
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey guys, just thought I’d ask for some feedback. We recorded this in a storage for 80 bucks so I’m pretty happy but what do you guys think?

      • #92328
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hey guys, just thought I’d ask for some feedback. We recorded this in a storage for 80 bucks so I’m pretty happy but what do you guys think? go to the music page http://devoted.to/slippedup

        • #92545
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : hey guys, just thought I’d ask for some feedback. We recorded this in a storage for 80 bucks so I’m pretty happy but what do you guys think? : go to the music page : http://devoted.to/slippedup It sounds good. I really like the instrumentation. Killer guitar, drums, and bass. The vocals are good but need to be recorded differently – they’re a little too distant, though I know you did this on a shoestring. Maybe they could be a little more emotional – scream a little to compliment the guitar. I thought the lyrics were just OK, but overall, pretty good.

    • #49896
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what is a gibson- epiphone ft-120 acoustic gutiar that is in near perfect condition worth?????

      • #89963
        Anonymous
        Guest

        200 to 300

    • #49895
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi!. I own a Epi Les Paul Custom and when I play the first string (high E) pressed at the 19th fret all I get is a muted sound. It’s the only place & string with this problem!! it sounds great in any other fret!!…

      • #92551
        Anonymous
        Guest

        look down the neck, can you see a prominent fret? sounds like its lifted a little on the 19th fret, if you can see that is the problem you can take it to a guitar repaier and get the frets stoned (levelled.) Lee.

    • #49894
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My Yamaki Concierto MC 400 was bought in 1975 in Tromsø, Norway. I tested several other classical guitars for nearly 6 months. But my Yamaki won! Easy to play, a very good sound and good looking for a very reasonable price compared to more famous guitar brands. I paid about $ 400 in -75. After having tested guitars today, I doubt I can find the same quality below $ 1500 (!). Do anyone else have experience with clasical models of Yamaki? Does the brand still exist? I haven’t found any Yamaki guitars in Norway since -78 (!)

    • #49893
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone got a schematic of a Sessionette 75 . Thanks

      • #99765
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Has anyone got a schematic of a Sessionette 75 : . Thanks Late reactie, ik was zelf op zoek, heb iets gevonden! mail me, dan stuur ik het je op. Noël.

      • #92352
        Anonymous
        Guest

        good links and schems here: http://www.schematicheaven.com/ Lee

    • #49891
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ventura Guitars!~

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Ventura Guitars!~

    • #49892
      Anonymous
      Guest

      please send me sonu nigams diwana and others songs

    • #49890
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Harmony Archtop Pickguard Problem

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Harmony Archtop Pickguard Problem

    • #49889
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please mail me the circuit diagram of Jackson’s active bass pickup Thank u

      • #116007
        Anonymous
        Guest

        please send me circuit diagram of SHURE wireless microphone ( transmitter and receiver )

    • #49888
      Anonymous
      Guest

      its in good condition and was made in sweden, sunburst and black, everythin works

      • #92344
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : its in good condition and was made in sweden, sunburst and black, everythin works About $300 – $400 depending what color it is. Red is the best…

    • #49886
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you want to earn some money with little and easy work try the site http://www.the-day-dreamer.com To enter the site you need this password: lu390101jech0312

    • #49887
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is their a difference between an all black sg standard and a sg ebony?

    • #49883
      Anonymous
      Guest

      NEED HELP!!!!!!! I have a Fannin d57 Serial#01154CY79. This guitar sounds and look great. How do you find out what one of these instruments are worth? How to identify its age? How many made? and how to judge the condition?

      • #99664
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I also have one has anyone told you anything about it?

    • #49884
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’ve just changed the strings on my mustang for the first time (since buying it) the bloke i bought it off has put heavy strings on it (10’s or 11’s), and, i assume, set it up accordingly. the only strings i had opn hand are 9’s. the problem is, the strings are buzzing like you wouldn’t know. will the different string guage make a difference? or should i get it checked out?

      • #92370
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Most old Fenders, I find, play better with heavy guage strings. On Jaguars, Jazzmasters, and Mustangs, my suggestion would be to go no lighter than a .10 or preferrably an .11 on the top end.

      • #92336
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the strings you have put on are a lighter gauge and causing less stress on the neck and has caused the neck to straighten and create the buzz you are talking about, if you ask me 9’s are rubbish, they are too light, unless you want to keep the 9’s i would suggest you put back a good set of 10-46’s or 10-48’s, if you want to keep the 9’s then you will have to adjust the truss rod and probably the saddle height too, take my advice put a set of 10’s on, D’Addario do an excellent set. Lee

    • #49885
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There is a new channel on mIRC with lots of guitar videos, scanned books, tabs… We currently have 5 bots online who share the stuff!! Growin bigger irc.newnet.net #guitarvideos If you don` know what mIRC is, go here http://www.mirc.com and download mIRC and read about it. Happy downloading and sharing!

    • #49882
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need to Identify the lead guitar played by David Gilmour on his "In Concert" DVD. Any help will be greatly appreciated

      • #92368
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need to Identify the lead guitar played by David Gilmour on his "In Concert" DVD. Any help will be greatly appreciated It’s probably a black Gretsch Duo-Sonic guitar. he uses it in the momentary lapse of reason album and its most possibly the one that he uses "In Concert" Obviously has 2 humbucker pickups but it also has TWO three-way switches…which is pretty wierd…gotta do some research on it M.J.

        • #124028
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It´s a Gretsch Duo-Jet like George Harrison 1th american guitar.

    • #49881
      Anonymous
      Guest

      any good?…or crap?

      • #115824
        Anonymous
        Guest

        excellent, the newer type ones have better quality pickups, the older ones used to feedback a little and were a bit weedy, they now have ‘potted’ pickups, the body construction is as good as ever, 2 peice mahogany, they sound very authentic, i dont own one, i have played one or two. but if you want a cracking les paul ‘copy’ go for an 80’s tokai love rock, absolutely stunning instruments, far better than the epi’s. Lee.

    • #49880
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know where I can find a circuit diagram for a marshall valvestate 8200 bichorus ? Thanks !

    • #49879
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hoffner guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Hoffner guitar

    • #49877
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just wondering what is the best order I should put my pedals in, between my amp & guitar for maximum effect! I have a Tube Screamer, Chorus, Distortion, Vibratrem & Wah Pedal. Thanks.

      • #94670
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Just wondering what is the best order I should put my pedals in, between my amp & guitar for maximum effect! I have a Tube Screamer, Chorus, Distortion, Vibratrem & Wah Pedal. Thanks. I would try this order first.Wah,Tube Screamer,Distortion,Chorus,Vibratrem.

    • #49878
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i picked up a jedson acoustic from the local oxfam shop a few years back,it looks and plays brilliant and has a quality build to it – it was covered in stickers from i would say the early ’70s can anyone shed any light on this wee gem ding.

    • #49876
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve got a Digitech RP 100 which is pretty okay but now I’m really desperate to get rid of that one and pick up a Zoom 505 cause’ I’m told the distortion on the Zoom is far better. Has anyone one here tried both Digitech & Zoom and what do you think ? Cheers

      • #92362
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’ve got a Digitech RP 100 which is pretty okay but now I’m really desperate to get rid of that one and pick up a Zoom 505 cause’ I’m told the distortion on the Zoom is far better. Has anyone one here tried both Digitech & Zoom and what do you think ? I prefer Zoom boxes over Digitech. I play a 503 and a 606 and I enjoy them both. I tried a couple of the newer Digitech units and I thought they were pretty lame beside the Zooms. If Zoom is good enough for Steely Dan, then…. : Cheers

    • #49875
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a Pan 6 string acoustic,Flambeau LFW-3C and a Hyostar SJ 975. How much would these be priced each? any info would help greatly.

    • #49874
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought a guitar from a second hand store some years ago (more of a flee market actually) and would now like to sell it on to help fund my next guitar. The info I give here is taken directly from the guitar it’s self – Gretsch TW-100T Traveling Wilburys. It’s body looks vaguely like a Les Paul but it has only 1 pickup and 1 volume control. It has a ¾ length bolt on neck with 18 frets. The body has graphics on the face side with a logo on the back with printed “Wilbury” signatures and say’s “designed by Gretsch”. It doesn’t look like any Gretsch I’ve seen before and it doesn’t seem to have the best build quality ether. No idea what kind of wood are used on any of the guitar parts ether! Hope this is enough info for someone to I.D the guitar and maybe give me an idea of value. If you can help I would be obliged.

      • #115819
        Anonymous
        Guest

        have you seen this??? http://www.gretschpages.com/models/wilburys/ sounds like a bit of danelectro. Lee.

        • #121662
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Thank’s Lee!!! You hit the nail on the head, this is the guitar in question. Looks like it won’t go a long way in funding the new guitar though!!!! Scott.

    • #49872
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have guitar connected to my comp trough my 15W Marshall amp into the line in of my SB live. When i want to apply a VST effect to my recording the sound is bad and noisy. I use a noise reduction too but doesnt help much. I know it would help to edit the clean sound before I apply the vst effect but I dont know how. Please someone help

    • #49873
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have guitar connected to my comp trough my 15W Marshall amp into the line in of my SB live. When i want to aply a VST effect to my recording the sound is bad and noisy. I use a noise reduction too but doesnt help much. I know it would help to edit the clean sound before I aply the vst effect but I dont know how. Please someone help

      • #92207
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i tryed without amp but with amp the sound is little better.i go from my amps output no trough headphones

        • #115821
          Anonymous
          Guest

          one thing i can think of is to try turning down the input level on your ‘line in’ mix. it is the one in windows, you have wave level, line in level, synth level, midi level etc, give that a go. Lee

      • #92197
        Anonymous
        Guest

        do you use the headphone socket on your marshall to go to the SB card? if so the signal may be too harsh, the signal is used to drive headphones not the more sensitive line in socket on your SB card, do you have any amp sim effects? multi effects? if so use that, if not try going straight in on the SB card bypassing the amp, see if you get a clearer sound. Lee

    • #49871
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I found this old amp at an estate sale. It was in VERY bad shape. I restored it. First time I have done this but it turned out pretty good. Anyway, can somebody out there tell me how old this thing is. It has two numbers on the back…004..and 00413. I will try to post 2 pictures. This is the only way someone out there can make a guess about it’s age so I hope they work! <center><img src=http://users2.ev1.net/~atrox/amp1.JPG></center> <center><img src=http://users2.ev1.net/~atrox/amp2.JPG></center>

    • #49870
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I found this old amp at an estate sale. It was in VERY bad shape. I restored it. First time I have done this but it turned out pretty good. Anyway, can somebody out there tell me how old this thing is. It has two numbers on the back…004..and 00413. I will try to post 2 pictures. This is the only way someone out there can make a guess about it’s age so I hope they work! <center><img src=http://users2.ev1.net/~atrox/amp1.JPG></center> <center><img src=http://users2.ev1.net/~atrox/amp2.JPG></center>

    • #49869
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Whats the best year of Gibson SG std. to get used

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Whats the best year of Gibson SG std. to get used

    • #49868
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Are BC Rich flying V’s just called Jr.V’s? or is there a normal V guitar as well?…im assuming the Jr. stands for Junior V…?

      • #94375
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s called a Jr.V because they are designed by Bernie Jr..

      • #115856
        Anonymous
        Guest

        there aint no Jr bc rich series foe what i recall.. here http://www.bcrich.com . see it for ur self

    • #49866
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, i need some help. I need an easy song. i just started plying about 2 monthe ago so i no the basics. i just need a simple but challenging song. THANK U

    • #49867
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know whether about 30 years ago norman guitars put out a 12 string solid maple guitar with a B-20-12 model no. that is similar to todays B-50-12 model no and if possible the value of it then and the value 30 years later

    • #49865
      Anonymous
      Guest

      jani hum hain kon hum hain DON mason

    • #49862
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there anybody who can help me to get the tabs for a melody called Teencats with The Shadows

    • #49861
      Anonymous
      Guest

      qwqwqwe

    • #49864
      Anonymous
      Guest

      and who will Gibson be suing next? http://gas.guitarforum.net

      • #92201
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I agree with Lee, the Tokai copy is with out doubt the next best thing to a Gibbo’ LP

      • #92013
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Tokai

    • #49863
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, Being relatively new to the Electric Guitar I purchased a Godin SD Performance. What I’d like to know is the aprrox. height of the pick ups from the strings. The pick up orientation is HSS. I’ve tried finding the relative specs but none seem to exist. I’d be grateful of any advice.

      • #92011
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ive answered this one before, move the pickups too far away and you lose the sustain, move it too close and you start to effect the intonation, as a general measure i would hold down the string on the 12th fret, and measure between .5cm – 1cm distance from the pickup. Lee.

    • #49860
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello i’m glad that got your attention but i want an ovation gp1-s similar to the one josh homme uses and i was wondering if anyone had one they wanted to sell.

      • #95508
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Why are you so gay … get a Gibson … Fucking moron.

    • #49859
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i love you

    • #49858
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Seville Guitars

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

    • #49857
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i dont know if i should buy a guitar over the internet of from a dealer…like the offers they give on internet are pretty good…but i dont wanna get screwed…what do i do?

      • #92022
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Do what i do…look up a guitar you like on the net…then go play it at your local guitar store…then buy it off the net…if its cheaper of course : i dont know if i should buy a guitar over the internet of from a dealer…like the offers they give on internet are pretty good…but i dont wanna get screwed…what do i do?

    • #49856
      Anonymous
      Guest

      PEAVEY SPECIAL 112 QUESTIONS?????

      This popular thread has been given its own page : PEAVEY SPECIAL 112 QUESTIONS?????

    • #49855
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      • #92035
        Anonymous
        Guest

        OK heres my guess,`75-`77 , in those years gibson used a transfer serial number, and if you sanded off the paint then the serial number would come off too, before and after those dates the numbers were impressed on the back of the headstock, also it looks like a 75-77 model, my friend has one (with transfer No) and the bridge is exactly like yours, large square tuneomatic, your pickups dont look original, and are they schaller machine heads too? i think his had those, still a top notch guitar, damn good hat too. Lee

        • #115789
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Thanks for the reply Lee. As far as I know, the serial number was the usual type on Gibsons, just that the guy doing the sanding, er, over-sanded it! You can still make out a couple of numbers very faintly if you look at it in the right light. Yeah, the pick-ups were changed, again before my time with it, and I seem to recall something about the machine heads possibly being changed, though the current ones are "Gibson Deluxe". This subject isn’t really one I know much (at all!) about… I just love the sound that comes out the damn thing!! When I took it to get valued when I was buying it, the shop thought it was stolen due to the serial # being removed, but the guy I bought it off is totally trustworthy, so the sanding story stands! It’s one of these things I’ve always wanted to know, purely out of curiosity. I wonder what sorta history it had before I got my grubby hands on it. Thanks again for the reply… both guitar and hat are doing well! cheers, Dave : OK heres my guess,`75-`77 , in those years gibson used a transfer serial number, and if you sanded off the paint then the serial number would come off too, before and after those dates the numbers were impressed on the back of the headstock, also it looks like a 75-77 model, my friend has one (with transfer No) and the bridge is exactly like yours, large square tuneomatic, your pickups dont look original, and are they schaller machine heads too? i think his had those, still a top notch guitar, damn good hat too. : Lee

    • #49854
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi i can buy an SG 1974 standard. What do I need to keep in mind when checking such a guitar ? What would a fair price be ? thanks

    • #49853
      Anonymous
      Guest

      did johhny ramone use mostly power cords?

      • #92500
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : where does johnny ramone live?

    • #49852
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What effects pedal does john frusciante use to get the warm distortion sound as on the live at slane dvd??

      • #93012
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : What effects pedal does john frusciante use to get the warm distortion sound as on the live at slane dvd?? he uses boss ds 1 and 2 for most distortion sometimes a zvex fuzz factory solos a mxr pre amp pedal hes got two on his amp hes always got at least a little overdrive to make his sound sound warm as when he hits all six strings which he really rarly does it quietly distorts anyway there u go its a little late just stumbled over this but hey : )

      • #115780
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i think it is a Boss OD-2 Over Drive

    • #49851
      Anonymous
      Guest

      A friend of mine gave me a Fender Telecaster guitar, made in USA. It needs some adjustment and fine tuning. I know how to adjust the truss rod, but the thing has a WashburnII tremlo fine tune bridge on it. Never seen anything like it. No, it’s not a Floyd Rose II, it has Washburn stamped on it. Anybody seen one of these, or know where I can find a manual on how to adjust that puppy? Thanks

    • #49850
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i realy want it because i like the song.

      • #82741
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i realy want it because i like the song.

      • #92547
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i realy want it because i like the song. kal ho na ho

    • #49849
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I also have a 1983 K yairi Model W-1 Any ideas re its background etc

    • #49847
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want free download hindi songs

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    • #49848
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anybody know any good songs to start out with? I have an acoustic song by i like more rock or punk songs. nothing else Thnx Sherv

    • #49846
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a bass guitar.. serial number is CY99051481 anyone know what kind it is or how I can find out?

    • #49845
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any suggestion on what causes buzzing string on an acoustic guitar?

      • #92089
        Anonymous
        Guest

        have you changed strings recently?? if you changed to a lighter gauge it will cause less stress on the neck and cause the neck straighten and the strings to buzz, if its one string in particular on a certain place on the neck it could be a ‘proud’ fret in which case you have to have your frets stoned by a pro guitar repairer, could be your truss rod needs tweeking or your bridge sadle needs lifting, or the nut on the headstock needs adjusting, tell me more about the problem. Lee

    • #49843
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Who invented the eletric guitar

    • #49844
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Who invented the eletric guitar

      • #93310
        Anonymous
        Guest

        me

      • #92077
        Anonymous
        Guest

        type that question in google.com and all will be revealed. Lee

    • #49842
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes hello, recently I found this very old guitar in my gf’s attic, she said I could have it… anyhow, in the process of finding out information about it but…. yup, you guessed it there is a problem… the tag is partially eating away by moths or something, it is a classic, quite small, the the first two letters on the tag visable being "MA…."… the workmanship is good, as is the overall body from what I can tell *carpentry is my hobby*, it doesnt have nasty signs of visable glue, etc. I have pictures and will take more if anyone thinks they might be of assistance. Much appreciated. David

      • #91898
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Possibly a Martin? : Yes hello, recently I found this very old guitar in my gf’s attic, she said I could have it… anyhow, in the process of finding out information about it but…. yup, you guessed it there is a problem… the tag is partially eating away by moths or something, it is a classic, quite small, the the first two letters on the tag visable being "MA…."… the workmanship is good, as is the overall body from what I can tell *carpentry is my hobby*, it doesnt have nasty signs of visable glue, etc. : I have pictures and will take more if anyone thinks they might be of assistance. : Much appreciated. : David

    • #49841
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m from Northern Nj and am currently trying to get a punk/emo band started. we have a drummer, singer, rythm guitar and bass…so we are in need of a lead guitarist (that can sing back-up..if not it doesn’t matter)…we range in age from 18-21…influences are thursday, stars hide fire, hidden in plain view, taking back sunday….if interested e-mail [email protected]

    • #49840
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m from Northern Nj and am currently trying to get a punk/emo band started. we have a drummer, singer, rythm guitar and bass…so we are in need of a lead guitarist (that can sing back-up..if not it doesn’t matter)…we range in age from 18-21…influences are thursday, stars hide fire, hidden in plain view, taking back sunday….if interested e-mail [email protected]

    • #49839
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Floyd Rose vs Tune-o-matic

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    • #49838
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I purchased this beautiful guitar way back in the 60’s from a busker in London. UK. I gave the guy a straight £100 there and then, and also got the hardcase. I have been told it is very rare and now wish to part with it. Can anyone help with a valuation please?

    • #49835
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Crucianelli  acoustic c-20

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Crucianelli acoustic c-20

    • #49837
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I am about to buy a Marshall DSL100 or DSL50 and here in Australia there is only about $100AU diffrence not much at all in the price.. i was told that the DSL50 was better because you can turn it right up without any problems where the DSL100 will have? is this true? at teh moment im running a solid state amp an its loud as hell but solidstate as you all know is shit! PLEASE HELP?

      • #91893
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the 50 will blow the tiles off the roof, the 100 will blow the roof off with the tiles!, both are going to be damn loud, are you going to play them in a band? just at home?

        • #115776
          Anonymous
          Guest

          No in a band.. we are pretty loud.. and my other guitarist has a JCM800 100watt and my bassplayer has a full stack which is insaine! and i have a half stack but a crappy solid state head using my Boss GT-6 to emulate a pre-amp soldano amp.. but it just dose not cut the cake at the moment its loud but not good..

          • #121585
            Anonymous
            Guest

            go for the 100, it will be a bit louder, you have a master volume and gain for each channel, you should get a decent low volume sound out of it too, if you are in a band and you need the headroom then the 100 is the choice to go for. Lee

    • #49836
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Im thinking of updating my guitar, i played a new SG standard at teh store teh other day and was blown away. I played a LP std, thought "hm this is nice" but was then completely taken aback by the SG. Soo, to all u SG players or anyone w/ advice- how do u guys like the sound/playability/versitality etc of the sg. I play rock an heavy metal. Also, i hear nowadays Gibson’s quality is low, should i go for a used one? if so wat year? thanx

      • #91907
        Anonymous
        Guest

        HEY I just bought an sg standard for $750 used (DAMN GOOD PRICE I THINK). I love it, the sound is amazing! i would say that if you could find a gibson sg standard in good condition for less that $900 you should get it. But yes gibson’s quality is not as good as it used to be but i hear that their standards have stayed good quality but gone waaay up in price.

        • #115790
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I have a ’89 les paul standard, and a ’98 SG standard, they both sound very different, they play very different too, they are both absolutly fantastic instruments, but the one i play most is the SG, it has such a tone variation between the 2 pickups, always puts a smile on my face when i play it, go for the SG, dont know about build quality, but if i was you i’d save the money and go for a good used one. Lee

    • #49834
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i know that usually, jazz and blues involves Lucille Les Paul’s and all…but can it involve other guitars cuz i know a strat isnt an exception…but i dont know what other guitars…like…what kind of hollow bodies and all thnx M.J.

      • #115762
        Anonymous
        Guest

        any guitar is made for pretty much any guitar is made for blues, i was looking through the encyclopaedia of jazz and blues and there are guys playing flying v’s and jags and stuff

        • #115920
          Anonymous
          Guest

          jazz and blues is pretty vague. if your talking jazz fusion, there are guys out there playing ibanez rg’s and what not. eric johnson plays a strat, and a gibson es335. mike stern plays a tele. but if your talking about traditional jazz, hollowbodys give the standard tone. you sacrifice sustain, but great fat acoustic tones can be achieved with full hollow guitars (ie, Es 137) semi hollows produce very warm smoothe sounds, but not as much texture. these guitars are ideal for mixing traditional jazz with rock and blues influences. my favorite would be pat methenys signature ibanez model.

    • #49833
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a samick electric guitar which I bought used and I’ve been trying to find model info on the net but unsuccessful. The back of the guitar has a serial # and a model # that says "YJ560-TR" Does anyone kow how I can find some info?

    • #49832
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i just want to no what is a good thing to download for a cords thing. thank you for your help

      • #91891
        Anonymous
        Guest

        can you rephrase the question, what are you trying to do?? Lee

        • #92032
          Anonymous
          Guest

          like are there any good programs 2 download 2 help me practice cords ect : Lee

    • #49831
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking for spare pickups and volume/tone control knobs. Can anyone help?

    • #49829
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could someone please get me a keyboard tab for Nichole Nordeman’s Every Season? thanks!

    • #49830
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what is if for exactly? and is it worth picking one up?

      • #115749
        Anonymous
        Guest

        it tick tocks, its for keeping time, you can set various BPM (Beats per minute) if you set it for 110 it will tick tock 110 times in a minute, you can get them built into some guitar tuners, useful things to have (especialy for drummers) but i wouldnt go out of my way to buy one, >ee

    • #49828
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just bought a Jackson S20 and a Marshall MG100hdfx with 412 slant cab…do u think it will sound good

      • #92334
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Thats a good combination for metal/hard rock for sure. Good luck. Jacksons are nice guitars and even the cheaper marshalls hold they’re own to the higher end competitors solid state amps

      • #92043
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just bought a Jackson S20 and a Marshall MG100hdfx with 412 slant cab…do u think it will sound good its not a bad combo. it really depends on what kind of sound your looking for. with guitars the more money you spend the better the guitar.

    • #49825
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i own a beautiful 1978 ibanez. it is very unique and i absoluteley cannot find another like it.it has the typical mother of pearl inlay on the head in the logo. the body has a white inlaid rim and there is no pickguard. all gold plated and on them are butterflies inside a cirlce.the backs of the tuning knobs are black with gold stars in the middle. it has 4 glass pickups. i am having serious trouble finding the specific model and just another like it. i would be very gratefull to anyone who can help me..

    • #49827
      Anonymous
      Guest

      washburn af 40 v

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    • #49826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      as im sure most of you know some les paul models have pick guards…i was wondering if they’re covering up anything…because personally i dontlike the pick guard…and im planning on buying a les paul and i want to take it off…just wondering if its covering up and wiring or anything like that

      • #94203
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i own a lespaul am i’m proud to tell you that by unscrewing two screws on the side and bottom of the boddy/pickgaurd you can remove it as if it never was there. and it covers nothing. i love gibson !

      • #115781
        Anonymous
        Guest

        they dont cover anything Sam, its quite safe to take them off, just 2 screws, most people do just that. Lee

    • #49824
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Mako guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Mako guitar

    • #49823
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone have an Ovation GP1-s for sale. the one josh homme uses as i really want to buy one and have searched for ages and i still can’t find one.

      • #91798
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i want to sell such a guitar at any price i may evan give it free

    • #49821
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I just want to mention my Rory Gallagher Tributepage. I´m a big Fan of Rory and created this page to remember him: http://www.rory-gallagher-tributepage.de Please feel free and take a look (and sign my guestbook ;-)…) Best wishes from Germany Peter

      • #91789
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Good work Pete, Rory was truely one of the best of his time, always looked like he was enjoying it too. Lee

    • #49822
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Alright i’ve got a fender telecaster and a 30 watt with overdrive…no pedals or anything…and needless to say it doesent sound exactly awesome…what kinda effects pedal do i need to get an awesome metal sound..like iron maiden..and metallica…and pantera…stuff like that?….thanks

      • #115826
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Don’t listen to these IDIOTS! Any guitarist worth his salt would tell you tone comes from your fingers! You can have all the best gear but if you can’t play whats the point? I’ve got a USA strat with a hot rails pickup in the bridge and a standard mex tele so I know what Im talking about. The tele is different but it certainly isn’t crap! I can play all those great metal riffs on the tele and get just as good a tone maybe a little thinner but nothing to worry about. So save your money learn to play well on the gear you’ve got then invest in a good quality valve amp. Oh..and as for no playing rock on a tele, Hendrix played one on a regular basis! Hope this helps

        • #116107
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Don’t listen to these IDIOTS! : Any guitarist worth his salt would tell you tone comes from your fingers! You can have all the best gear but if you can’t play whats the point? : I’ve got a USA strat with a hot rails pickup in the bridge and a standard mex tele so I know what Im talking about. The tele is different but it certainly isn’t crap! I can play all those great metal riffs on the tele and get just as good a tone maybe a little thinner but nothing to worry about. : So save your money learn to play well on the gear you’ve got then invest in a good quality valve amp. : Oh..and as for no playing rock on a tele, Hendrix played one on a regular basis! : Hope this helps

      • #91765
        Anonymous
        Guest

        first of all, ditch the tele, no heavy metal player ever used one, you need something with humbuckers, like a les paul, then get yourself a good distortion pedal, maybe a proco turbo rat. Lee

        • #115720
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yes sir! *runs to local guitar store* ….but just for the record…James Hetfield sports a 1952 Tele 😉 : first of all, ditch the tele, no heavy metal player ever used one, you need something with humbuckers, like a les paul, then get yourself a good distortion pedal, maybe a proco turbo rat. : Lee

          • #115750
            Anonymous
            Guest

            you asked the question i gave the answer, nobody but nobody who plays heavy metal ever played a telecaster, james may sport one, but show mw a pic of him playing it live, we are talking standard telecasters, 2 thin and weedy single coil pickups. you could try replacing your bridge pickup with a seymore duncan ‘hotrails’ humbucker, but for the money you would pay its not worth it, sell the tele and get something with humbuckers on, or start learning those country and western rifs! and invest in a nice pair of sparkly cowboy boots, yeehah. Lee (just kidding)

            • #121589
              Anonymous
              Guest

              uhhhhh??? duh…… what he said.

            • #121590
              Anonymous
              Guest

              lol…country sounds tempting…but it looks like i’ll have to les paul the fuck outta myself…thanks for the tips : you asked the question i gave the answer, nobody but nobody who plays heavy metal ever played a telecaster, james may sport one, but show mw a pic of him playing it live, we are talking standard telecasters, 2 thin and weedy single coil pickups. you could try replacing your bridge pickup with a seymore duncan ‘hotrails’ humbucker, but for the money you would pay its not worth it, sell the tele and get something with humbuckers on, or start learning those country and western rifs! and invest in a nice pair of sparkly cowboy boots, yeehah. : Lee (just kidding)

    • #49820
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i got them but u ant gettin dem boya

      • #91787
        Anonymous
        Guest

        nice..

    • #49819
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #93908
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i think kramer guitars are bad ass,god sound

      • #92678
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i have a 1984 Kramer electric and im told it’s a bad year and it’s not good

    • #49818
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just bougth it, and the sound is basically good, but…sometimes its sounds like a jet engine is powering up, probably something to do with the Digital effects that comes with it. This SUCKS, and its completely useless for recording purposes. Anyone with similar experiences?

    • #49817
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about the Seville brand of guitars? I have an S-32 model and have no knowledge about it whatsoever other than it was made in Korea. I love this guitar, it is probably the best sounding guitar I’ve ever played. If someone has any info on these guitars, please let me know.

    • #49816
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was thinking about getting a Epi Les Paul Custom in Alpine White and replacing the stock pickups with some EMGs..i think it’ll look awesome and sound great. Now the guitar costs about 600 bucks…what ths average price for good EMG pickups?

      • #93916
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I was thinking about getting a Epi Les Paul Custom in Alpine White and replacing the stock pickups with some EMGs..i think it’ll look awesome and sound great. Now the guitar costs about 600 bucks…what ths average price for good EMG pickups? If you are going with the zakk wylde sound, then get a EMG-81 and a EMG-85. But that will cost around 200 bucks. But if you are not going with the zakk wylde sound go for two H3 pickups

    • #49815
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Need help determining this vintage guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Need help determining this vintage guitar

    • #49814
      Anonymous
      Guest

      who,when,and where was the guitar invented by robert f. flemming

      • #91759
        Anonymous
        Guest

        and why?

    • #49812
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have had this guitar for 20 years and bought it for 80 pounds (around 120 $) can anyone tell me the value today? I am not wanting to sell such a good instrument but I need to know the value as it is not insured.

    • #49813
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I brought my fender jazz back in the 70′ and I don’t know what its worth now or if it’s authentic..how can I realy tell? my sel. # is 507627????? HELP!!!!

      • #91777
        Anonymous
        Guest

        it was made in 1976, if it says made in usa on the headstock then i think you can say its authentic, nobodys going to try and dupe a guitar from 76′, cost? you would have to say $1000 + Lee.

    • #49811
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anybody what in California lives has a called pedal Eruption to sell? I tested this pedal and I found fantastic only that the owner didn’t want to sell me. Marcelo.

    • #49809
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anybody what in California lives has a called pedal Eruption to sell? I tested this pedal and I found fantastic only that the owner didn’t want to sell me. Marcelo.

    • #49807
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could anyone send me the harmonica tab of "the times they are a chang’in" of Bob Dylan

      • #93751
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Could anyone send me the harmonica tab of "the last dance with mary Jane Harmonica Tablature?" Thank you please

    • #49808
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone have an Ovation GP1-s. Similar to the one josh homme uses as i really want to buy one and have searched for ages and i still can’t find one

      • #104116
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i have a sunburst one in very good condition i purchased about 8 years ago with a case i believe it is rare!! sounds awesome

      • #104112
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does anyone have an Ovation GP1-s. Similar to the one josh homme uses as i really want to buy one and have searched for ages and i still can’t find one

        • #104295
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : i have one in pretty good condition…

    • #49810
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is it because ESP are the best guitars you can buy? or is it because ESP would make a custom "shit" guitar if someone wanted it :P?..seems like they’ll make a custom for anyone..unlike fender or gibson. I’ve played ESPs and i’d rather a Gibson Les Paul any day …so why is it?

      • #95207
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the reason why a lot of metal players use ESP’s or have custom made ESPs is because ESP is a company that is committed to guitar players without having to compromise quality for some AAA flamed top piece of wood that is priced to look good. also, ESPs can withstand the rigors of road use with little effect on its usability. ever broken a les paul’s neck? i have. tough luck on replacing that neck while on tour – thats 2,000 bucks down the drain because its a set neck and gibson doesnt readily replace broken necks. ESPs are good because they are musician oriented at all price levels. no one should have to go without playing a good guitar because they can’t afford a back breaking les paul. me? i could have bought a gibson les paul but i opted to have 2 ESPs custom made and got a Paul Reed Smith for the more tonier stuff.

      • #92093
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Is it because ESP are the best guitars you can buy? or is it because ESP would make a custom "shit" guitar if someone wanted it :P?..seems like they’ll make a custom for anyone..unlike fender or gibson. there only for show. most of the guitarest are paid to have them on there videos. : I’ve played ESPs and i’d rather a Gibson Les Paul any day : …so why is it?

        • #93636
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It’s because they have a tight sound for palm muting and machine gunning techniques, and are constructed so that it is easier to do these sorts of things. A Gibson may be better quality but it is harder to do the kind of techniques a metal guitar player uses.

    • #49806
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi all, I have bought an old Riverhead guitar (no bass) made by Headway Japan, on second hand store in Germany. Serial No.: AC 5827 I need every info you can give me about this guitar. (wich tremolo is it, where can I get spare parts etc…..) I think there is no contact person because the Headway Factory burnt down about 1980 ? Hope you can help me With friendly regards from Austria Ralf

      • #98603
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi all, : I have bought an old Riverhead guitar (no bass) made by Headway Japan, : on second hand store in Germany. : Serial No.: AC 5827 : I need every info you can give me about this guitar. : (wich tremolo is it, where can I get spare parts etc…..) : I think there is no contact person because the Headway Factory burnt down about 1980 ? : Hope you can help me : With friendly regards from Austria : Ralf i also have one , i had 2 in the 80’s great guitars. they sold for 1100 in the 80’s heres there site http://www.deviser.co.jp/

    • #49805
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m a serious guitarist looking for freeware/shareware that would enable me to create the sounds of violins, brass etc. with my guitar. Is there such a thing in freeware/shareware? Would I need midi of some sort to use it? If so, is there midi freeware that would work for this? Keep it simple for me if possible, please :). I don’t know much electronics, just guitar playing. Thanks sincerely, Brian Butler Wisconsin

    • #49804
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if some one has a copy of manuel for tascam porta studio could you email it to me

    • #49803
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Whats the best Les Paul made by Epiphone? i dont really feel like buying a Gibson when i can buy a good Epiphone and throw some nice pick ups on there for way less money. thanks

      • #115741
        Anonymous
        Guest

        get a set neck standard sunburst, the pickups on the newer models have got better, they have started potting them which helps with squeely feedback problems, if you do change them try Kent Armstrong, they are not very expensive and fantastic quality. Lee

    • #49802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have this great-looking giannini guitar built in 1978. It has all the qualities of a great guitar – solid rosewood back and sides, solid spruce top and looks like a million. The problem is the sound is very weak and it has no sustain at all. Is this the D’Addario strings or is this just a lousy guitar that looks great and plays like a dog. It is 25+ years old and looks like it was never played.

      • #93461
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i have a really old one also, it might be the strings your using, try re-stringing it with nylons only. older guitars take better to them.

    • #49800
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to remove the paint from my neck-thru guitar. Is it a bad idea to be sanding (by hand) over the seams where the neck meets the body? I seem to recall someone saying not to take paint off near the seams as this can let moisture in between the wood and compromise the construction. Anyone know if that’s true? I can’t see the line where the body piece meets the neck piece being anymore susceptible to moisture damage than the lines on a traditional 2-or 3-piece body.. Thanks George

    • #49801
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need some info on this dude as quicky as possibly alright? can you dudes help me out?

      • #95366
        Anonymous
        Guest

        HELP! MY PROJECT ON GUITARS IS DUE TOMORROW!! PLEASE HELP! CAN YOU TELL ME ALL ABOUT GUITARS AND HOW AND WHY THEY WERE MADE? THANKS!

    • #49799
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, i`m looking for information about thi guitar. Specially looking for awireing diagramm and adjustment.

    • #49797
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Digitech RP5 or RP6 Patches

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    • #49798
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am new to guitars and recently I was given an Epiphone guitar. The only information I have on it is written on the back of the guitar where the neck joins the body it says Epiphone Company Nashville Tennesee and a serial number 15120059 It looks like a Les Paul Copy but I really would like to know if anyone can tell me what model it is. It sounds really nice and has two volume and two tone controls with two humbucker pick ups. Any info would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance

      • #94050
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am new to guitars and recently I was given an Epiphone guitar. The only information I have on it is written on the back of the guitar where the neck joins the body it says Epiphone Company Nashville Tennesee and a serial number 15120059 It looks like a Les Paul Copy but I really would like to know if anyone can tell me what model it is. It sounds really nice and has two volume and two tone controls with two humbucker pick ups. Any info would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance

    • #49796
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have one of these in pretty good shape. It’s missing the pickguard and a knob. Anyone have one? or interested in buying this?

    • #49795
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Help! Egads!Umph! and huh!I need music!ANY LIKEMINDED PEOPLE OUT THERE PLEASE!Actually,I’m seriously looking for some serious thinkers who possess a genuine flair for the written word,who can put music to those words and are capable of working in a team environment on a possible new album that i am thinking of putting together. The type of music I am into is extremely diverse,yet,I am always open to new ideas. What I am looking for is a whole range of people,but at present must stick to the basic plot of getting the foundation laid first. Please feel free to drop me a line anytime as I really am DYING to hear from you.

    • #49794
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello Lee! Welcome to the world of the internet forum.

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      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #49792
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ibanez Artist Guitar Wire Schematic

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    • #49790
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m going to buy an electric guitar but i don’t know what would be good for playing Ramones styled punk. Please help me out. Thanks for the help.

      • #115685
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Buy a strat…they’re the unofficial guitar of punk : I’m going to buy an electric guitar but i don’t know what would be good for playing Ramones styled punk. Please help me out. Thanks for the help.

        • #115728
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Buy something cheap that you can smash over someones head!

        • #121513
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yes fender strat would tickle your fancy! ooooooh yaaaaaa might even float your boat!

          • #121546
            Anonymous
            Guest

            this guy is talking punk ‘old school’ something a strat would know nothing about, too thin and wheezing and fizzing and yuck, if you want to rip out those old school pistols, buzzcocks, clash you need a true 70’s multi mahog slabbed bodied les paul custom through a fender twin. Lee

    • #49791
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I haer they can really wail. I was gonna buy a strat but i hear Jacksons are made by Fender and can kick some serious ass…but are they good for all types of music, or just hard rock?

      • #93128
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I hear they can really wail. I heard Alexi Laiho from Children of Bodom play the Randy Rhodes guitar and it kicks ass. I was wondering if Jackson guitars are good for all types of music, but I’m mainly interested in a guitar for playing heavy metal. I especially like the Warrior MG series (all black) and the DKMG series all black guitar.

      • #115719
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Actually, Jackson guitars are made by Charvel not Fender. And yes they’re pretty good. I’m selling one if you’re interested.

    • #49789
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi there, what are the obvious differences between a Les Paul or SG, they both have humbucker pickup and etc. thnx M.J.

      • #91794
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Having a Les Paul is like having a new baby, all of your friends and family will come around to see it! Get an SG and nobody will care!

    • #49788
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey guys, I have a problem. I just bought this 1966 fender mustang and i need to get it reapinted. It’s all dinged up and the paint is dulling and flaking off. how do I go about doing this? e-mail me please.

      • #91659
        Anonymous
        Guest

        dont paint it, let it grow old gracefuly, think of the resale value after you paint it! lee.

    • #49787
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ?

      • #91652
        Anonymous
        Guest

        passive pickups are copper wire wrapped round a series of magnets, they require no electrical charge, active pickups require a 9volt battery to run them, they have a higher output and produce more gain. you dont see a lot of active pickups these days, a number of bass guitars use them.

    • #49785
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Antoria Les Paul 'Gold Top'!

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    • #49786
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Patches para RP5 ou RP6

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    • #49784
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know where I can get a manual for this amp?

      • #95365
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone know where I can get a manual for this amp?

        • #96817
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hey thes this anp sound good on a clean chanel

          • #112746
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : hey does this anp sound good on a clean chanel

    • #49783
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any one have or have info on a Sada Yairi Classical guitar model 800? What would the top be, spruce or cedar? How does it sound?

      • #91895
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Any one have or have info on a Sada Yairi Classical guitar model 800? What would the top be, spruce or cedar? How does it sound? I have looked at several over the years. They are well contructed but they seem to suffer from fret buzz with age. Also the finish on the ones I’ve seen hasn’t been that great. It seemed way to thick. The later year models have a pretty good reputation but I think they were still learning on these early models.

    • #49781
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Norma pickups / 60's surface mount pickups

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    • #49782
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What kinda of effect do i need to create those killer solos?, like the way metallica or iron maiden do it. please help me i’ve been trying to get it but i can’t. thank you

      • #115748
        Anonymous
        Guest

        distortion pad and a super chorus could do it

        • #115946
          Anonymous
          Guest

          call me a stuck up jazzer, but people rely WAY too much on fx. i walk into guitar center and im almost sickened by all the people with bad time, no tone, and horrible not choice buying into all these incredible fx. music is about texture, phrasing, intervals, rhythm, swells, tension, and resolution. i know im being quite harsh on some lad that only wanted to know what rig kirk hammet was playing on battery, but you know, i think you would find it much more satisfying to head down a different road. strive for great tone, which is acheived only by your fingers. big name companys will have you believe that tone is made by there expensive fx, but its just not true. again, sorry for the wicked post, im kind of in a pissed off mood at "wannabe" musicians. these are just my opinions and advice, but in the end, i guess its all about whatever makes you happy.

    • #49780
      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #49779
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yamaha Pacifica 912?

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    • #49778
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is this a good deal?

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    • #49777
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know where I can find "Soldiers Under Command" Thanks in advance

      • #94325
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Guitar Pro 4 ist a very cool Tab-Tool. download the demo and visit the site MySongBook (you find the link on the GP4-Site). There you find Soldiers

        • #95050
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Guitar Pro 4 ist a very cool <B style="color:black;background-color:#ffff66">Tab</B>-Tool. download the demo and visit the site MySongBook (you find the link on the GP4-Site). There you find Soldiers

    • #49775
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know where I can find "Soldiers Under Command" Thanks in advance

      • #92012
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve been looking on the internet for 2 hours now and I still haven’t found it

    • #49774
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do any of you guys know of a good plucking/picking/fingering practice routine? My left and right hand fingers don’t seem to like each other. Getting frustrated…

      • #115739
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Sounds bizarre….but…imagine you were drumming your fingers (actually do it on your picking hand). Now vary the pattern your fingers/ thumb are making – eg drum your fingers forwards, backwards, in pairs, alternating, etc. You can practice finger ‘picking’ like this anywhere…. Transfer this to similar patterns actually playing the guitar – don’t worry about the left hand, just make sure thumb is on ‘root note’ of the chord and fingers are on top three strings (typically you don’t pluck with you little finger). For standard right/ left co-ordination, simply find a scale, anywhere on the fretboard, any key, and practice going up, down, back and forth with pick & fingers. Do it at the start of ANY and EVERY practice. Boring as hell, but works wonders! Hope this helps.

    • #49773
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to simply pull out my Epi pick ups and replace them with Gibsons. I bought a nice Epi LP Standard Plus in Heritage Chery Sunburst, but just want the same hot bucker sound I get from my other Gibson. (Standard Les Paul DC plus Desertburst) It looks like they just plug in more or less, after you remove the pick up holders and springs. But then again, is Epi the same as Gibson? I am hoping to pull the old out and place the new in relatively simply. Any help or suggestionn would be really appreciated. Send to [email protected]- Thanks bro

    • #49776
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m starting to aquire a few pedals and was wondering about the best way to link them on a pedal board. I’ve got a korg DT10 tuner a Boss blues driver, super chorus and tremolo and an Jim D cry baby. I’m also looking at a delay and a harmoniser. Some advice on the order i should link them in would be great!! Cheers

      • #91615
        Anonymous
        Guest

        from guitar to amp : Phaser Wah pedal Compressor Overdrive/Distortion Graphic Parametric Speaker Simulators Harmoniser Vibrato Pitch benders Flanger Chorus Noise gate Limiter Volume pedal Tremolo Panning Delay Reverb into amp. Lee.

    • #49771
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i know this is really stupid, but i have pickups. and you know how they are like adjustable and stuff, well like how high should they be? cuz i can get them to practicly touchin the strings to down under the frame…someone please help me

      • #115706
        Anonymous
        Guest

        too low and you lose volume, too high and you can affect the intonation, i have mine set at between 5-10mm below the string when it held down on the 12th fret. Lee.

        • #121497
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Lee. thanks drew

    • #49772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any have or can tell me anything about a Classical Guitar – Sada Yairi Model 800. Types of wood, what would the top be? Spruce or Cedar? Any advice on it.

    • #49769
      Anonymous
      Guest

      garcia guitar value

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    • #49770
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’d like to improve the sound and capacity of my electric conventional guitar but I don’t know because I’ve never tried before if this the right device that I need for my personal style. I play kind of new aged and new jazz tendencies music, never pure style but respecting and taking advantages of chords and harmony, but a t the same time I’d like to enter into the world of synthesis using my ability as as guitar palyer. I wonder if it’d be easy to compose and record my own ideas with a such relative affordable device. Any advising will be appreciated.

      • #94195
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The GR-33 wil run you about $900 when all is said and done. I have yet to dig deep enough into it to use it’s full potential. The one thing I don’t know if it does is use the built in f/x such as chorus, delay etc. to enhanse the guitar signal. It seems like you have to use a built in tone at all times. The internal tones are fantastic! I suggest running that signal to a seperate keyboard amp or PA amp for best results, again adding to the cost of using this product properly.

    • #49767
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking for a saddle for a harmony bass

    • #49768
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The Official Janos Szucs website, with news, audio, photo gallery and much more about the Hungarian guitar player based in Holland who’s touring and recording with American singer Jessie Galante. (Out Now NEW CD: SHINE)

    • #49766
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ANYONE HAVE ANY OPINIONS ON THE "DEAN ZEN" ACCOUSTIC-ELECTRIC GUITAR?? THEY ONLY MADE 500 OF THESE AND I’M CURIOUS WHY ONLY THIS AMOUNT?? DOES ANYONE HAVE INFO ON IT!! HOW IS THE ACTION AND SOUND AND QUALITY. THANKS!!!

    • #49765
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I know this question must get asked a thousand times, so I apologize-I’m knew to the site. I’m a beginner-have being playing about one year (strictly blues) I’m playing a cheap Epiphone strat copy that won’t stay in tune. I’m looking for another guitar-probably used in the area of $400.00. Does anyone have any suggestions, or I’m a dreaming thinking I’ll find something decent at that price. Even if I had $1200 for a new strat, I can’t imagine buying it at this stage (kind of like putting a Ferrari in the hands of your grandmother). Thanks for the help.

      • #91487
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check out http://www.music123.com some most prices are insanely low : I know this question must get asked a thousand times, so I apologize-I’m knew to the site. I’m a beginner-have being playing about one year (strictly blues) I’m playing a cheap Epiphone strat copy that won’t stay in tune. I’m looking for another guitar-probably used in the area of $400.00. Does anyone have any suggestions, or I’m a dreaming thinking I’ll find something decent at that price. Even if I had $1200 for a new strat, I can’t imagine buying it at this stage (kind of like putting a Ferrari in the hands of your grandmother). Thanks for the help.

    • #49764
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Fellow players, I’d love it if there was a database of guitar sounds (FX, settings, EQs, etc)for certain songs.For example,"Time" by Pink Floyd. Gilmoure plays some lead fills with a heavy distorted guitar, but it sounds likes the mid range has been totally scooped out, its totally dry (almost as if the opposite of delay like the notes are cut short), and the distortion is a sharp fuzz type.It would take me a week to experiment and find that exact sound, but somebody may have stumbled across it accidentily and can post it. If there was a website where players can contribute settings for certian songs which would add up after awhile and eventually would have hundreds of guitar settings.Think of how great it would be to go there and find the settings for a certian sound you’re looking for. Does anyone know of anything like this? It would be a great resourse for everyone.Maybe someone can start one. Everytime I try to start somethging like that (I tried to start a "unique fusion chord" database where players can post wierd new inversions of funky sounding chords), it never catches on. DCO

      • #92571
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Fellow players, : I’d love it if there was a database of guitar sounds (FX, settings, EQs, etc)for certain songs.For example,"Time" by Pink Floyd. Gilmoure plays some lead fills with a heavy distorted guitar, but it sounds likes the mid range has been totally scooped out, its totally dry (almost as if the opposite of delay like the notes are cut short), and the distortion is a sharp fuzz type.It would take me a week to experiment and find that exact sound, but somebody may have stumbled across it accidentily and can post it. : If there was a website where players can contribute settings for certian songs which would add up after awhile and eventually would have hundreds of guitar settings.Think of how great it would be to go there and find the settings for a certian sound you’re looking for. : Does anyone know of anything like this? It would be a great resourse for everyone.Maybe someone can start one. Everytime I try to start somethging like that (I tried to start a "unique fusion chord" database where players can post wierd new inversions of funky sounding chords), it never catches on. : DCO Have you seen the U2 clips on the toneczareffects.com website?

      • #91662
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The reason it never catches on is that, with the exception of ‘tribute’ bands very few people want to recreate history. If you really want to sound like someone else (everyone else) you’ll probably need to invest in a good amp simulator, a good multi effects unit and several ‘real’ vintage add-ons (eg analogue delay pedals and the like). Or buy the exact kit for each sound you want top recreate. If you’ve really got Gilmoure’s talent and can truly recreate the feeling that went into his playing, then use it. Don’t waste it.

    • #49763
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I’m in the market for finding something around this budget and I have NO IDEA as to where to begin. I went to american musical and looked around and there are just so many different electrics to choose from. And I am very amatuer when pertaining to electrics. Any advice would be greatly appreciated…..I was looking at the epiphone G400 or a cheaper strat..Thanks in advance

      • #91666
        Anonymous
        Guest

        both of those are good guitars, try also a used tokai les paul 80’s models are very good, a know a lot of people knock the new tokai koreans but they are very good, play one and see. Lee.

    • #49762
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about the Seville brand of guitars? I have an S-32 model and have no knowledge about it whatsoever other than it was made in Korea. I love this guitar, it is probably the best sounding guitar I’ve ever played. If someone has any info on these guitars, please let me know.

      • #94804
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I bought an old Seville bass recently. I’ve been put some Bassline 1/4 pounders in it and it sounds badass. I’ve been looking for information on it too. If you ever find anything out about them please send me a mail. If it helps any, the serial # is S102RW.

      • #94372
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i have an S-16 seville classical guitar. I know that its made in korea not much else, but it has amazing tone for such an inexpensive guitar. I own several guitars and i probably play it more than my gretsch. Anyway if you find anything about them email me man. peace cameron

    • #49761
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anybody know where I can get the approximate value of a Gretsch 1624 Anniversary Model guitar?

    • #49760
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i cant figure out how to change the strings on my guitar, the little beads on the end of the strings wont come out.

      • #91330
        Anonymous
        Guest

        what do you mean by wont come out?

      • #91334
        Anonymous
        Guest

        what do you mean by wont come out?

    • #49759
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does the gibson sg (EBONY) have a pre-amp? if so does it take a battery? Because my friend has a bass with a pre amp and he can plug his headphones right into the jack. THANK YOU

      • #91660
        Anonymous
        Guest

        pre-amp?? most unlikely, why would you want to put a pre amp on a guitar? some guitars have active pickups that require a 9v battery to run them, maybe you are thinking of this, dont think the signal would be loud enough to plug headphones in there, give it a go. Lee.

    • #49757
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Fender Telecaster Custom(HH) and would like to put a white pickguard on it, but don’t want to pay over $50 for a custom made one. Does anyone know where I might find one?

    • #49756
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help? I was given an acoustic guitar in 1969. It’s a Ferrari. I cannot find out anything about this guitar or find anyone who’s ever heard of it. I think it was made in Japan. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

    • #49755
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i play death metal, i really want a strat but people tell me a strat isnt a good choice and i should get something with double humbuckers – what do you think?

      • #97108
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nile uses strats

      • #115676
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I trhink a strat would be great for death metal. Ive never seen a death metal band use a strat but there great for drop tuning and can hold a good deep crunchy sound. especially with a good stomp box.

        • #121496
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Well Iron Maiden aren’t exactly death metal but if you’ve ever seen any Adrian Smith jam videos, he can really get a low powerful death metal sound out of his strat’s and even tele’s…so i say hell yeah…strat like a muthafucka : I trhink a strat would be great for death metal. Ive never seen a death metal band use a strat but there great for drop tuning and can hold a good deep crunchy sound. especially with a good stomp box.

    • #49758
      Anonymous
      Guest

      antonio hernandis classic guitar

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    • #49754
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I have an old 60’s Vox meteor with the original hardshell case and hang tag in Desert Sand finish for sale.Super fast neck, single pickup (just cranks)in very goodcondition. The pickgaurd has some slight shrinkage (to be expected) but other than that it’s a great guitar. Asking 250.00 plus shipping, pics are available. [email protected]

    • #49752
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need The Gathering and Lacuna Coil partitures.

    • #49753
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old Gibson guitar that is inscribed as a "B-25 natural". The serial # stamped on the back of the tune keys head is 438392. Is there any way to find out about it?

    • #49750
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an early BC Rich B-28 Acoustic. Serial# 29118 Signed and built by Bernie Rico in the late 60’s for my ex brother in law. Looking for Pricing information. I allready know the history and have spoke with Bernie Rico Jr. This is an awesome guitar any other information would be great! Thanks

    • #49748
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If anyone has a gibson sonex guitar with all original parts for sale please e-mail me. I am highly interested and have money at this time.

      • #93895
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i got a ’81 deluxe all parts good, body a little chipped. i’m only selling it because i’m unemployed so e-mail me quick if you still want one.

      • #93452
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dude I just landed me one off of E-bay a couple of days ago…As a matter of fact you may have been the one I was in the bidding war with!!(short end of the stick-sorry about your luck….)there is another on E-bay now…lol…R.R.

      • #93292
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : If anyone has a gibson sonex guitar with all original parts for sale please e-mail me. I am highly interested and have money at this time. http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3714593700&category=2384

      • #91489
        Anonymous
        Guest

        there are loads on ebay, here is one: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3709607197&category=33040 have abid on it. Lee

    • #49749
      Anonymous
      Guest

      gday people i was wondering if you could send me a couple of picturs of diffrent types of guitars lick and acustic and electric guitar mixed with a 12 string i dont know what they are called but im sure that ill find out soon oh buy the way if your wondering the pictuers are for a school project. thatnks guyz cya later

    • #49747
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ANYONE HAVE THE UPDATE PATCH LINK  FOR GUITAR PRO?

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    • #49746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am on the search to find out any info about Mountain guitars. I know that it is Japanese made but that is all. It does have some similarities as a K.Yairi any info would be greatly appeciated

      • #92690
        Anonymous
        Guest

        damn! mountains give the sweetest boomiest sound you can get on an acoustic. sounds like it’s been recorded with compression, even though it’s only live. don’t make em any more so heaps rare i guess.

    • #49744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey people. ok i got a brand new epiphone SG gothic, a brand new shine V, and a brand new Brunswick acustic. i want to trade all these for a gibson. preferably an SG of some kind. please e-mail me if your interested. ps. all guitars are in perfect condition.

    • #49743
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’m an average guitarist, i play both accoustic and electric guitars for three years now, but my Les Paul model of the Jay Turser company doesnt suit me anymore, hence i wanna buy a real gibson…but before i do…i need to know everything about it: pickups, wood, model, etc, that would be suitable for me, my "influences" for playing electric are Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen, Beatles, the works, what would be the best pricing in my range (bugdet under 1000$) thnx ALOT M.J.

      • #91460
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Les paul standards are very good, hold their money too, you know they are made from 1 peice mahogany for body and neck (except some 70’s models), go for a good 2nd hand standard, but if you were moving away from the les paul, try a SG standard, my fav all time gibson, it rocks. Lee

    • #49742
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please tell me theres a Fender strat like the new Squier black and Chrome strat….it looks fucking beautiful…i want it…now!…haha….anyone know if its just a Squier thing? or is there a Fender version too?

    • #49740
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Unidentified switch on Kona electric guitar

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    • #49741
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HI THERE, I AM VEY INTO SAXAPHONE JAZZ AND GUITAR JAZZ AND I WANT TO COMBINE THEM IN GUITAR THAT SOUNDS LIKE SAXAPHONE.ANY ADVICE STOMPBOXES CHAINS? SYNTHESOUNDS AND SO.

      • #91314
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Moog MoogerFooger have 3 or 4 guitar pedals out, also checkout the electro-harmonix stuff, those pedals will give you something like a sax type tone. Lee

        • #91619
          Anonymous
          Guest

          If money is no problem (always is!) the Boss guitar synmth will make yuo sound like any instrument you want.

    • #49739
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hai

    • #49738
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was wondering if anyone has info on this . The sites I have been to have been kinda vague, and cant seem to find this model. It is a SOLID body, w/ 2hb, 1sc,and very fast action. Is there a way to run ser# and get info?

      • #94520
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m searchin for a summary how to repair the electric things on my bassguitar, i went to a guitarshop a year ago. they’ve made a mistake with the wires. so can anybody tell where i can find the scematics for a westone spectrum series 2?????

    • #49737
      Anonymous
      Guest

      When I change the nylon strings on my acoustic, the string keeps slipping and so it’s always flat. Can you help?

      • #91363
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : When I change the nylon strings on my acoustic, the string keeps slipping and so it’s always flat. Can you help? Tie a knot in the string if you need to do what ever you have to also nylon strings take a few days to settle down. So just keep just keep retuning til they settle

      • #91328
        Anonymous
        Guest

        wrap the string around the tuner, than make sure you slip the string under itself as it come around. Lee

    • #49735
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know a site of someone that makes a mini replica of a guitar? Please e mail [email protected] if you have any info about this. Thanks

    • #49734
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Web site seems to be down. Anyone know if they are still in business?

      • #93299
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Web site seems to be down. Anyone know if they are still in business? Check out valleyartsdirect.com in Nashville,TN.

      • #91324
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Web site seems to be down. Anyone know if they are still in business? No but Gibson bought thwe name and is making the Strat copies. I saw them at thwe namm show. KR

    • #49733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Best all around guitar?

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    • #49731
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Marshall Studio 15 with a manufactured date of 29-8-85 Serial number T24801. The speaker in this amp is not like other Studio 15’s I’ve seen. It has a square back with no manufacturer’s name. There are numbers stamped on square part; 30065 and 67:8334 I’m wondering if Marshall used a different speaker in the earlier Studio 15 amps, if this is the original speaker or if not the original what it is. The amp sounds great as is, just wondering what it is. Thanks for any insight anyone might have.

      • #92040
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The original speaker is a Celestion Vintage 30.

    • #49732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      where can I get an appraisal for a 1954 Gibson chet atkins model guitar? I live near New York City.

      • #91475
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : where can I get an appraisal for a 1954 Gibson chet atkins model guitar? I live near New York City.

        • #115672
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : where can I get an appraisal for a 1954 Gibson chet atkins model guitar? I live near New York City. RE: 54 chet atkins Send me some pics – I’ll give high and low end – is it for sale? Original case? I pay cash.

    • #49730
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about the Seville brand of guitars? I have an S-32 model and have no knowledge about it whatsoever other than it was made in Korea. I love this guitar, it is probably the best sounding guitar I’ve ever played. If someone has any info on these guitars, please let me know.

      • #113333
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone know anything about the Seville brand of guitars? I have an S-32 model and have no knowledge about it whatsoever other than it was made in Korea. I love this guitar, it is probably the best sounding guitar I’ve ever played. If someone has any info on these guitars, please let me know. Im sorry but i dont have any info. However i have a seville guitar also. all i noe is that it may not be a pouplar name brand like gibson or fender, but it is the best playing, best sounding, and the best guitar i own.

    • #49729
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve looked it up on the net and i cant really get a good understanding of what songs are in certain tune…like a song being in "A" for example…can anyone give an easy explanation of it?

      • #115642
        Anonymous
        Guest

        simply put, it is the key the song is in, mostly where the singing starts, if it starts in the chord of ‘A’ then its in the key of ‘A’. genraly speaking you also have to disregard the intro. does that make sense?? probably not…

        • #121466
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Actually yes that does help, but i’m still clueless to it all…haha : simply put, it is the key the song is in, mostly where the singing starts, if it starts in the chord of ‘A’ then its in the key of ‘A’. : genraly speaking you also have to disregard the intro. : does that make sense?? probably not…

          • #121568
            Anonymous
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            A scale is a series of notes with a set ‘interval’ between each note. Try singing the ‘doh, ray, me…’ scale. The note you start on is the ‘key’ . Play one on the guitar. Same thing. As Lee say, chances are if you’re playing a song the first chord you play defines the ‘key’. In most songs all the notes in the melody/ tune will be on the ‘doh, ray, me…’ scale, starting with the first chord/ note (assuming the song is in the ‘major’ key). A bit more.. The scale of notes has only 7 different tones (defined notes) in it – sing/ play the ‘doh, ray, me…’ and count them (the 8th note is an octave above the 1st note. Generally, you’ll find you will only play chords which lie on certain numbers in this scale – the 1st, or ‘root’ chord, the chord starting with the 4th note on the scale, and the chord starting on the 5th note (referred to as.. the 4th, and 5th!!). In the scale of C Major, the root chord is therefore C, the 3th is F and the 5th is G. These three chords (in different keys) make up probably 99% of all songs ever written. Hope this helps. Rick

    • #49728
      Anonymous
      Guest

      any comments on the quality of johnson acoustics, like shown in link below?

      • #121647
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Mine’s kind of shit. Got it new in a store selling soley Johnson acoustics for like 85 bucks on sale. It may be the strings, but it has never sounded too good.

    • #49727
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I am looking already for some time for an owners manual for the Korg Guitar A5. Sofar no luck, has anybody any suggestions? thanks and regards Joris

      • #94055
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have the original manual for the Korg A5 Guitar. I still have the effect device also. Do you need some specs or what? Send me an e-mail, I won’t be reading these news here.

        • #125944
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Can anyone tell were I can find an online vresion of Korg A5 manual…or send it to my email adress! Thanks a lot!

    • #49726
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Browsing around I found this… http://www.darbymusic.co.uk which has a link to some interesting guitar vids for download, check it

    • #49725
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i played a ‘Korean’ Tokai les paul copy in a shop, i was totaly knocked out by the guitar, tone playability, it even looks like the real thing, so i ended up buying one, and i realy cant fault it, sure the finishing is a bit poor but what do you expect for £399 new?, anyway there was very little info on these ‘Koreans’ so i got on to a Tokai discussion board, and the Tokai ‘Japanese’ owners are rubbishing the ‘Korean’ Guitars!! for being not up to Jap standard!! i thought how ironic, the copies are knocking the copies of the copies! its like the english class system. Lee

    • #49724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Westbury Guitars

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

    • #49723
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This post is to inform everyone who is interested that as of November of 2003, “Westbury guitars Inc.” is back in business and will have their product out by mid summer. These guitars are high end but affordable and not made at Matsumoku or in Japan, rather, right here in the U.S.A.—100% U.S.A. made guitars. Other high-end guitars say they are made in the U.S. and indeed are not. It is my obligation to expose companies like Brian Moor and PRS who have their guitars made over seas in Korea and assembled here in the U.S. and are legally allowed to put the U.S.A. stamp on their product. There may never be an Uncle Mat again but there will always be an Uncle Sam and Westbury Guitars Inc. realizes this and that’s why there will be a 100% USA made stamp on the new line of Westbury Guitars. (Not at all affiliated with Univox) Prototypes are being made in PA and LA and Westbury Guitars Inc. is very close to Ok-ing the design and will begin production in April. Low serial numbered models can be ordered through http://www.westburyguitars.com and the site will also have a ton of information on the vintage models. Westbury Guitars Inc. P.O.Box 10582 Westbury N.Y. 11590-3226 [email protected]

    • #49722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, I’m looking at a Kona electric guitar I saw in a pawn shop. I don’t know much about electrics, but I do own and play an acoustic. The model of the guitar was either KES2T or the KES1T. I’m not sure which. They were selling it for about 150 brand new. Still had tags and everything. Just looking at it I thought it looked like a nice guitar. I was told though, that you should avoid any brand of guitar that’s not a major brand like Martin, Peavey, or Yamaha. If anyone else owns one of these guitars, I’d appreciate the feedback.

      • #116016
        Anonymous
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        : Hey, I’m looking at a Kona electric guitar I saw in a pawn shop. I don’t know much about electrics, but I do own and play an acoustic. The model of the guitar was either KES2T or the KES1T. I’m not sure which. They were selling it for about 150 brand new. Still had tags and everything. Just looking at it I thought it looked like a nice guitar. I was told though, that you should avoid any brand of guitar that’s not a major brand like Martin, Peavey, or Yamaha. If anyone else owns one of these guitars, I’d appreciate the feedback. Kona is a fairly entry level guitar, but not bad for the cash, i bought a Kona bass just to "Have" a bass, but it is very similar in sound to a $300 Ibanez. plays well, straight neck, stays in tune… not bad for 150.

      • #115671
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Okay, just an update. It’s definitley a KES2T. If anyone knows anything about this or any other Kona guitar, I’d appreciate some feedback. Thanks.

    • #49721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone here played a cole clark fatlady 1 acoustic guitar? I am in the market and stumbled upon these guitars, they seem like a great deal for solid wood guitars. I would appreciate anyones input who has played or owns one and how much they paid for it. Thanks

      • #115764
        Anonymous
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        I own a FatLady 1A and got it for $1000.They’re so cheap(for an all solid acoustic) because its a new company.For that price youre basically getting a boutique-quality hand made guitar.They’re built like traditional Spanish guitars with no expense spared(integral neck heel not cheap bolt-on or dovetail joints like Martins/Taylors/almost any american/japanese guitar),which you wont find anywhere unless you get a non-factory built guitar(which will cost upwards of $4000).Sound-wise they equal or better the best on the market.FatLady 2’s start at around $1500,which is the same as the FL1 but with some cosmetic differences.If you’re outside of Australia,the cost of getting the basic model will be around US$1100. : Has anyone here played a cole clark fatlady 1 acoustic guitar? I am in the market and stumbled upon these guitars, they seem like a great deal for solid wood guitars. I would appreciate anyones input who has played or owns one and how much they paid for it. Thanks

    • #49720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      tatay guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : tatay guitar

    • #49719
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i was always wondering whether bass would be important for live?.. because a number of people told me that bass usually can’t be heard on live.. is that true?

      • #115638
        Anonymous
        Guest

        it mostly depends on what kind of music you are playing but most of the time bass is very important.And live sometimes you cant hear bass at punk shows etc. but usually when you can hear the bass it gives much better sound to the band.

    • #49716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ok i know nothing about pedals so the answer to this may be painfully obvious but im gonna ask it anyway :P. If these multi-fx pedals exist with shitloads of effects…why do most people still use individual pedals that cost hundreds of dollars each?

      • #115661
        Anonymous
        Guest

        simple answer is the individual pedals give a better/different sound, i have a Bos ME50, it has some good sounds on there but nothing beats my Turbo Rat for a fat distortion sound, its down to personal taste, a lot of the individual pedals are shed loads better than multiFX. Lee

    • #49715
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can someone help me to look up value of guitar as I think someone is trying to lowball me. I inherited guitar and went to sell and then heard this could be more valuable then thought. Please help! Serial: GF300844

      • #115665
        Anonymous
        Guest

        seen a GF30 go for $895.00 not a lot, also that was sold by a dealer, i suppose you could expect around $750 on a private sale, i saw the Ad on this site: http://www.massstreetmusic.com/acoustic-other.php?status=SOLD Lee.

      • #115648
        Anonymous
        Guest

        whats the make? i assume gf30r is the model?? Lee

        • #121434
          Anonymous
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          Its a guild GF30R Serial GF300844 1993?

    • #49713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know if a 30 year old strella guitar is worth anything

    • #49714
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, guys. I just want to tell you that my website – http://www.guitar6.com – has several new band interviews on it. Stop by and check it out yourself!

    • #49712
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about this particular Guild?

    • #49710
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Any of you got experience of these fine Aria Custom Shop guitars. They are Roland ready with a hex and piezo in the bridge and twin h’buckers. I guess that they are not produced any more. Shame.

    • #49711
      Anonymous
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      I have an old Daion, and I’ve never seen anything quite like it, ever. I’m trying to find out something, anything about it. I’ve looked at listings of models/pictures of Daion guitars, and it seems like this thing is very unique/uncommon. In this pic it is the 3rd instrument from the left. It has Ibanez Machine heads, Gibson pot dials, and one of them pulls out to affect the humbucking pickups. <img src="http://www.free-webspace.biz/mdd/nostromosstuff/000_0220.JPG"&gt;

    • #49709
      Anonymous
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      Is anyone able to give me some background on these guitars?

    • #49708