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    • #37849
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      Jedson guitar

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    • #37848
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    • #37846
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      Les Paul wiring problem

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    • #37847
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      I need some guidance in purchasing a guitar for my father in law. I am really unept in guitar styles, brands, models, etc…. Could someone help me pick the "perfect" acoustic for my father in law? I am looking in the price range of $400.00 to $600.00. Your response is appreciated. Becca

      • #87095
        Anonymous
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        Seagulls are really nice guitars, I bet if you work at it you will get it in the price range.

    • #37845
      Anonymous
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      Do you have any information for a beginner Gutarist?

    • #37844
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      This guitar is for somewhat of a beginner and after A few things I have heard, I am now afraid its going to be a nightmare to tune. This thing isnt going to have to be tuned everytime its played is it? I am pretty sure it has the locking nut on it. Can this particular Tremelo be modded or upgraded fairly easily? I heard the licensed one is The cheaper version and can be very problematic. Other than that this is supposed to be a great guitar for metal. Plus it was only $270 new.

      • #87086
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        :The guitar is a good guitar, but the floyd needs to be replaced with an actaul Floyd rose, by a profesional. There are a few good ways to get rid of the tuning problems. First, make sure your bridge locking inserts, are clamped as tight as possible, and make sure thefine tuner screws are set about halfway, when you are tuning from the actual tuning pegs (without the nut locked). When in tune, lock the nut, and make sure it is locked as tight as possible. Then fine tune. The main problem with the lic. Floyd’s are , that the parts are NOT tempered, or heated. The original Floyd’s are. To get good insight on trems and instalations, go to WWW. EDROMANGUITARS.com. You will be on there for days, but check his business, you wont be disapointed, and he wont rip you off. Good luck.

        • #109733
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          Go with the original Floyd Rose or a Schaller (they make the oriiginal Floyds)…Ed Roman’s site is informative but he is a DICKHEAD who is narrow minded

    • #37843
      Anonymous
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      come on, i seriously gotta know what kind of pickups to get for my Danelectro to get a good soloing sound for pink floyd songs. if i want some for xmas i gotta ask soon yo.

      • #93705
        Anonymous
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        : come on, i seriously gotta know what kind of pickups to get for my Danelectro to get a good soloing sound for pink floyd songs. if i want some for xmas i gotta ask soon yo. hi hav u got pics please reply

      • #87055
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        :The best pickups for you guitar are Seymore Duncan Duckbuckers. They already fit into single coil slots, and have NO hum. They are loud, clear, and punchy. They do not squeal, or sound nasal. The tone is absolutely PURE. The only other way is to get EMG David Gilmore setup. Yes, it is the same set-up he uses, but it already comes in a pearloid pickguard. I hope this was helpful. Good luck!

    • #37842
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      I’m looking for info on guitar branding.is it ethical for the corporate business to buy up manufacturers with a reputation for, say hand made guitars and use the ready made brand identity to promote new products that are not hand-made. example: gibson has moved away from traditional methods to high tec methods making the old gibson brands. I’m writing a dissertation for my degree on product branding with an interest toward the guitar manufacturers. Rob

    • #37841
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      my uncle left me one of these in his will. i painted it black because i didn’t like the colour. how much do you think it’s worth ? i want a flying v instead. this thing looks too old fashioned.

      • #91043
        Anonymous
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        I think this guy is just taking the piss to wind Gretsch lovers up. However if it were to be true then a trip to a shrink would be in order!!!

      • #89907
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        hey darren, the bad news, untouched; you could have gotten a few flying v’s or explorers out of that one white falcon. the good news- well, if you’d like i have a few friends in various guitar shops in ny, pa, mass and maine that ususally have nice new and used v’s in stock. please email me and perhaps i can help you find a v you dig. please let me know if you have photos of the guitar in it’s original state and the way it is now. i’ll find you sonething cool if you’d like to trade or sell. cheers, mack [email protected]

      • #87251
        Anonymous
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        Way to go. You just ruined a very expensive guitar !

        • #108566
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          : Way to go. You just ruined a very expensive guitar ! Ill swap you a tokai flying V for it I might be able to save it

          • #109244
            Anonymous
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            Yes, you did ruin a R E A L L Y expensive guitar. I just saw another White Falcon at auction and it was going for over $15,000. Live and learn.

    • #37840
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      what would be the best amp for a metallica-like sound my amp at the moment sounds like shit and i was wondering if someone could tell me a good brand and the price

      • #89115
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        I would have to agree with Donny about the Squire amp. I have one that I gig with and we play a lot of Metallica. I’m not sure but I think Kirk Hammet used one on most of Master of Puppets.

      • #87057
        Anonymous
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        Want METAL? Get Marshall!!!!

        • #91340
          Anonymous
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          marshals are for a smooth crunch sound, or early metal, acdc mesa or thd pitbull

        • #108291
          Anonymous
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          lets see, if you want to have the metal sound like Metallica does then why dont u get the type of amp they have?~~~~ Mesa/Boogie!! They are great!

          • #111685
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            If you want a Metallica-like sound, just buy a POD, it gives you a Mesa Boogie sound and a Marshall sound and many more in just one box! It kicks ass……and it costs only $250 and you could hook it up into your computer.

          • #108354
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            yeah man mesa’s are wicked amps, but they cost a shitload. if u short on cash get a laney, they sounds a lot more searing thatn marshals. I dont like marshals, they not realy all that alive.

            • #109152
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              If you want that crunchy Metallica sound try a squire 10W amp. Thats what i use for the real Kirk Hammet sound. You will have to mess with the settings a bit , but it’s worth it

              • #111671
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                I think you’ve got problems…….a Squire 10W???? What’s worse than that, you hear shit with that. : If you want that crunchy Metallica sound try a squire 10W amp. Thats what i use for the real Kirk Hammet sound. You will have to mess with the settings a bit , but it’s worth it

    • #37837
      Anonymous
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      what would be the best amp for a metallica-like sound

      • #100162
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        Please I wnt acords for Metallica`s songs!!! Write me on [email protected]

        • #113175
          Anonymous
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          : Please I wnt acords for Metallica`s song nothing else matters : Write me on [email protected]

      • #87252
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        Well there are several things to consider first. Like how much are you willing to spend, and how big of an amp do you want, need? But in general I would suggest a few things. First of all everyone right away is gonna say get a Marshall amp and they are great but you will need a good deal of $. I would suggest a Crate or a Line6. Crate offers some great amps like combo2x12 amps that I have played on that can give just about any sound. If you got the $ Line6 combo amps can give you exactly the sound you are looking for.

        • #88438
          Anonymous
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          Crate are good amps but they still cost some $ too. I have heard many success stories of people getting a metallica sound from a squire 10W amp with the dist on 8 and the tone on 3

          • #110235
            Anonymous
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            Well…if you want the exact Metallica sound buy a Mesa/boogie Triaxis preamp with a Mesa 2:90 poweramp….and there you are….thats Hetfields equipment! Cost: 5000$

    • #37839
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      I am looking for a used Kahler Spyder Tremolo and/or parts for a Peavey Vandenberg Electric Guitar. Your help in finding these will be greatly appreciated.

    • #37838
      Anonymous
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      hi i want a software to download hindi mp3 songs please can u mail me i will be very grateful to u if u can mail me

    • #37836
      Anonymous
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      i´ve got jazz partitures and classical, to exchange for BLUES PARTITURES

      • #80786
        Anonymous
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        I have the blues partitures… the real book of blues e-mail me … [email protected] : i´ve got jazz partitures and classical, to exchange for BLUES PARTITURES

      • #112645
        Anonymous
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        Hi, Have you got some partiture of the Peppers, Guns n´roses or Metallica?? Please, I need them and i can´t find nothing

      • #89424
        Anonymous
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        I’d like to get some classical partitures ( especially Bach, Strauss, and Joaquin Rodrigo ) Thanks a lot

    • #37834
      Anonymous
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      i need blues partitures. i would prefer easy ones… THANKS!!!!

    • #37835
      Anonymous
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      the ZOOM GFX8 or the DIGITECH RP2000 or the BOSS GT3 or the KORG AX1000G.

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    • #37832
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      i have an Ibanez model #693…it used to be my dads so i know its from the 70’s…i was wondering if anyone had any info on what its worth nowadays. Its a dreadnought with a dove pickguard…natural color. thanks

      • #90368
        Anonymous
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        Yea my mom has one. Im not shure on price but heres a sight that has some info about it. http://www.break-even.org/ibanez/1976/accu.htm good luck

      • #87797
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        : i have an Ibanez model #693…it used to be my dads so i know its from the 70’s…i was wondering if anyone had any info on what its worth nowadays. Its a dreadnought with a dove pickguard…natural color. thanks Try asking in the Acoustic section of the Ibanez Collectors World Discussion Board. The URL is: http://www.ibanezcollectors.com/discuss JohnS ICW

        • #110914
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          : : i have an Ibanez model #693…it used to be my dads so i know its from the 70’s…i was wondering if anyone had any info on what its worth nowadays. Its a dreadnought with a dove pickguard…natural color. thanks : Try asking in the Acoustic section of the Ibanez Collectors World Discussion Board. The URL is: : http://www.ibanezcollectors.com/discuss : JohnS : ICW Go to VintageIbanez.com

    • #37833
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      I would like to buy the following Rockman items… Rockman 500 Modular Amplifier Head Rockman 500 Amplifier Rockman Stack Speakers Rockman Smart Gate Rockman XPRa preamp Rockman Tom Scholz Programmable Equalizer pge-2 Please email price and condition, thanks.

    • #37831
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      I have a bassman 350 4 ohm head (2 speaker ports), hooked up to a 4×10 8ohm 300W continuious wired parallel, Im thinking about getting a SWR Goliath 8ohm cab that is Series wired. Im pretty sure the watts and ohms will be ok, but, is it ok to hook up the series wired with a parallel rig? If so should I go from the head to the bassman cab, to the SWR, or use both ports on the head and go to each cab direct? Jeremy R

    • #37830
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      Hello I’m looking for a good budget 12 string guitar. Can anyone sugest some models and makes.

      • #101601
        Anonymous
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        : Hello : I’m looking for a good budget 12 string guitar. Can anyone sugest some models and makes. I have found a 12-string guitar. It is a Rogue RD100 12 string Acoustic. For the natural color, it is only 129.99. The product number is: 519242. I found this guitar on musiciansfriend.com

      • #87035
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        Hi I have a 35 year old framus 12 string lovley old lady never gos out of tune and rings like a bell

    • #37829
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      I’m just wondering if C. Robelli guitars are any good? One in particular is this W-4102EQ Acoustic/Electric.

      • #103335
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        There GGGRRRREEEAAATTTT!

    • #37828
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      where can i get a reasonable priced aria classical guitar? my budget is around $500 so i guess i could settle for a second hand guitar. i hope to get one by january in time for my recital this coming march. it’s very difficult to find this brand in the philippines where i come from. i would appreciate any advise. thanks.

      • #87238
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        : where can i get a reasonably priced aria classical guitar? my budget is around $500 so i guess i could settle for a second hand guitar. i hope to get one by january in time for my recital this coming march. it’s very difficult to find this brand in the philippines where i come from. i would appreciate any advise. thanks.

    • #37827
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      I have an Ibanez that resembles a S540 series, but i don’t know the exact model. It has a flame maple, aqua to black finish, H-S-H pickups (USAIBZF1,USAIBZC3,USAIBZF2), gold hardware, Abalone oval inlays, floyd rose, really low action, 22 frets, custom-made on the 21st fret. Can anyone help me with the model? I can’t find one that matches exactly. Does anyone know what a possible list price for this might be?

    • #37825
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      This unit is new and includes the original box, instruction manuel and power supply. It is registered and covered by a 3 year warrenty The VF-1 24-Bit Multiple Effects Processor is BOSS’s most powerful effects unit in history, offering reverb, delay, chorus, guitar and COSM-based effects derived from Roland’s breakthrough VG-8 V-Guitar System, V-Studio workstations, DJ/Groove gear, and legendary BOSS effects gear. Features: 1.BOSS’ best multi-effects processor in history 24-bit A/D and D/A conversion w/ 30-bit internal processing 2.Powerful COSM-based Guitar Amp and Microphone Modeling 3.400 effects Patches for applications ranging from guitar to digital recording to DJ/remixer setups Category Search function for quick recall of Patches via effects categories 4.Dedicated Hi-Z Guitar input and chromatic guitar/bass tuner 5.Coaxial Digital output for all-digital recording/mixing environment 6.Stereo input/output capability for serial or parallel effects processing (+4/-10dB) 7.Footswitch, expression pedal and MIDI control capability 8.Optional RAD-50 Rackmount Adaptor Shipping through UPS ground. Visa/MC through Paypal.com. Please direct any question comments or concerns either through email or call 213.570.1338 PST and ask for John

    • #37826
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      I am interested in building my own guitar and would appreciate any advice on books, articles, etc… that you might have as well as any personal revelations that might help. I already have tools and am relatively proficient in the use of them. THX

      • #86922
        Anonymous
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        Do yourself a favor…. don’t attempt to make you own neck. (Its a bitch). Check out some websites that sell guitar parts. Hell, they have been around BEFORE the internet! http://www.warmoth.com http://www.allparts.com You should be able to get everything you need and then some. Good luck on your project.

    • #37824
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      Hey, im in a hard rock/ progressive metal band and were auditioning for the school battle of the bands. The guy running it already isnt too fond of us (of last years audition-amps breaking etc. etc. etc.) Well WE dig our songs, but as this is the punk age, i dont know how were gonna stand. Anyway I just want some advice for any regular giggers out there on making the best impression we can. Thanx a lot

      • #86917
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        Screw "Battle of the Bands"! Music is to be enjoyed, not judged!! If you really want to "battle" then go ahead.( it might be fun). If I where you I would plan on recording a REAL good demo, then I would submit this demo along with a bio to http://www.mp3.com You can also find some computer radio stations ( in Europe of course) that may play the demo. After all metal never died over there. They appreciate music on a different level than most "trendy" Americans do. Don’t get me wrong I’am an American, I just don’t limit myself to listening only to whats pop at the moment.

    • #37822
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      So what have you got ? Is it any good ? I’ve got a Takamine F370SS ( all solid dreadnought..no cutaway or electrics ) and I like it . As most of us do, I’m constantly on the lookout for decent gear and I’d think about selling this Tak , simply for a change and to experience the buzz of looking for a new guitar again. I’ve gotta say I prefer all solids. There are some obscure names out there , such as Lakewood. Everyone constantly talks about Martins and Taylors. What do you think is a good buy for uder £700 / $1000 ?

    • #37823
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      I’M LOOKING FOR A GUITAR MFX PROCESSOR. I don’y know too much about this shit, but i’m considering the ZOOM GFX8, the DIGITECH RP2000, the BOSS GT3 and the KORG AX1000G. IF YOU KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT IT… PLEASE HELP ME. TOM GREEN.

      • #100190
        Anonymous
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        I can probably help you out. Is this Tom Green from Ottawa?

      • #108370
        Anonymous
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        are you really tom green because if you are this is a fancy resteraunt

    • #37821
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      Hi! I’m from Turkey..I am 18 years old and I’ve played guitar for 8 years..I usually played Jazz,Blues,Fusion… I didn’t know Flamenco until this year..of course I know but I didn’t try playing…I’m looking for someone to help me..for example; Notes by Guitarists or study for my right hand, etc.. I don’t know my sentences are correct..I exactly don’t know English.. sorry for this and Thanks for e-mail me! Yours Respectfully!..

      • #87053
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        I have some free online lessons at http://www.wholenote.com that might be helpful, also, there is lots of info right here at guitarsite.com, look for the links on the homepage, Jim in Canada : Hi! I’m from Turkey..I am 18 years old and I’ve played guitar for 8 years..I usually played Jazz,Blues,Fusion… I didn’t know Flamenco until this year..of course I know but I didn’t try playing…I’m looking for someone to help me..for example; Notes by Guitarists or study for my right hand, etc.. I don’t know my sentences are correct..I exactly don’t know English.. sorry for this and Thanks for e-mail me! : Yours Respectfully!..

    • #37820
      Anonymous
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      Seagull 12 string

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    • #37819
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      I have a Gretsch hollow body Chet Atkins electric guitar bought new in 1964. I would like to sell it but need some insight as to its market value. Please respond.

      • #87067
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        I suggest you go out on the net and price similar Gretchs and find collectors magazines and check prices. I have a 1972 wine colored Chet Atkins Nashville that is in mint condition that i would not sell for less than 1500 bucks. Actually, i wouldn’t sell it if offered 1500, it’s value has more to do with other things than it’s market value. The value of it depends as much on what it takes for you to let it go and what a seller is willing to give for it as anything else.

    • #37815
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      I have just inherited an old Washburn guitar. The label on the inside states that it is Model 1915. It comes in an old canvas bag which looks to be original with the guitar. Can anyone give me an estimate of the vale. To me it looks to be in good shape for its age. Many thanks from Canada.

      • #103296
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        : I have just inherited an old Washburn guitar. The label on the inside : states that it is Model 1915. It comes in an old canvas bag which looks to be original with : the guitar. Can anyone give me an estimate of the vale. To me it looks to be in good shape for its age. : Many thanks from Canada.

        • #111564
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          : : I have just inherited an old Washburn guitar. The label on the inside : : states that it is Model 1915. It comes in an old canvas bag which looks to be original with : : the guitar. Can anyone give me an estimate of the vale. To me it looks to be in good shape for its age. : : Many thanks from Canada. I have an old , broken one. Found this link. http://www.axinhand.com/Acoustic/Washburn/

    • #37817
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      Mine is gone and I would like to replace it(1971 d25).

    • #37818
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      I used Alien Connections Revalver, the demo, but there’s a lot of noise, which I understand is added as a demo feature. Does anyone know if the full version operates smoothly and better than the demo version for comparison? and did anyone try out the line6 amp simulator software? Is it worth it? Thanks, Hish

    • #37816
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      Do you guys know of any decent freeware/shareware (no demo) distortion plug in (VST or DX)? If so, please let me know the name or where I can find it. Thanks, Hish

      • #93480
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        : Do you guys know of any decent freeware/shareware (no demo) : distortion plug in (VST or DX)? If so, please let me : know the name or where I can find it. : Thanks, : Hish

        • #116451
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          : : Do you guys know of any decent freeware/shareware (no demo) : : distortion plug in (VST or DX)? If so, please let me : : know the name or where I can find it. : : Thanks, : : Hish Yes i do! Take a look at http://www.amplitube.com, there you can download a fully version off this great software, i think this is te best one the market! Maurício

    • #37814
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      Will u be able to give me the cords and the writen music to these songs please., Travis – Writing to reach you Lightning Seeds – waiting for today to happen Thank you v much. e-mail me as soon as poss. thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • #90131
        Anonymous
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        can u give me the written music for the song layla by eric clapton

    • #37813
      Anonymous
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      My first guitar was a SG replica Kay. I know that they are not worth anything. Still, I would like to have one again. I will pay $100.00 dollars American. + shipping&handling. If anyone could help I would appreciate it.

      • #87683
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        check harmony central.com classifides, post a wanted add. : My first guitar was a SG replica Kay. I know that they are not worth anything. Still, I would like to have one again. I will pay $100.00 dollars American. + shipping&handling. If anyone could help I would appreciate it.

    • #37812
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      I need help to find a good ´pedal to play like Green Day, Ramones, Blink 182, NOFX, Bad religion…. please help me

      • #86926
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        : I need help to find a good ´pedal to play like Green Day, Ramones, Blink 182, NOFX, Bad religion…. : please help me Try one of those orange stomp boxes (Boss DS-1). That’s what I always used for punk. If you crank up the gain on your amp and stomp on the stomp box you get this outrageous distortion with lots of sustain. And it sounds pretty close to the original punk sound from back in the seventies. It’s pretty noisy though–that’s the only drawback.

        • #87205
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          i use a DOD grunge pedal. it sounds pretty good and it only costs like 20 bucks. the only thing wrong with mine is it picks up radio signals sometimes.

          • #89062
            Anonymous
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            I havea DoD Grunge padal too.I think it’s pretty good for punk rawk, but the only problem I’m having is there’re TOO many feedback.Any suggustions?

    • #37810
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      I have a Fender Duo Sonic I want to trade for another guitar, I don’t want to get ripped off though. Can anyone tell me how to find out my guitar’s worth?

      • #112465
        Anonymous
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        i just got a fender duo sonic and was wondeirng if anyone had pick ups , and a pick guard that were willing to sell ? i need those things so get back to me ben

        • #112531
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          : i just got a fender duo sonic and was wondeirng if anyone had pick ups , and a pick guard that were willing to sell ? i need those things so get back to me : ben Hello Ben,I got my duo-sonic a few years back,when they brought them back for a few years.It has been a great little guitar.As far as pick-ups go,I’m using the original ones that came with it.You may want to check E-bay.I think you’ll be impressed by the guitar.I hope this helpa a little. John

          • #112728
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            : : i just got a fender duo sonic and was wondeirng if anyone had pick ups , and a pick guard that were willing to sell ? i need those things so get back to me : : ben : Hello Ben,I got my duo-sonic a few years back,when they : brought them back for a few years.It has been a great little guitar.As far as pick-ups go,I’m using the original ones that came with it.You may want to check E-bay.I think you’ll be impressed by the guitar.I hope this helpa a little. John HEY GUYS i got my fender duo-sonic from my dad. I am 15 and i just started playing. My friend is going to teach me. How good is a FENDER duo-sonic?

      • #103453
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        : if its a fender mexican 90’s reissue its worth about 100 quid. if its a american 60’s one it could be worth 10 times that

    • #37811
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      Hi, I’d like to know if anyone has modified his jaguar cause my pickus are microphonic, and they were also not too stong, I mean, they had not too much volume, so I don’t want to buy another jaguar pickups, and buy two single coil pickups that fit in the jaguar, and that they make it sound a bit louder. I thought about lace sensors or seymour duncan vintage stagered. Help will be appreciate because i have not too much idea about pickups. thanx

    • #37808
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      Hey all, I would like to buy a guitar and learn to play. I don’t know where to start. I have up to 2,000 to spend for the right setup. Is it best to start with an acoustic, an electric, or an electric-acoustic?Any help would be appreciated.

      • #86923
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        start off with something cheap- you don’t need so much sound quality when you start and if you give up guitar after a while you’ll have wasted your money. if you want to strum chords, get acoustic, if you want to pick or play ,blues, metal, rock etc get an electric. Personally i wouldn’t get an electro-acoustic, are expensive and sound quality is not good. Check out those package deals you can find sometimes, i had one of them with an amp, guitar, leads, plectrum etc, and they are great to start with. Check out basic ranges such as Hohner Rockwood, Aria MAC, Epiphone Gibson, Fender Squire and Strat series, Burns, Tanglewood, for electric and anything under about £150 for acoustic. If you have a friend who knows about guitars, get them to go with you as they can advise. Buying second hand can save you money but you may be ripped off or be sold something smashed up.

        • #88437
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          : start off with some cheap- you need so much sound quality when you start and if you give up guitar after a while you wouldnt have wasted your money : if you want to strum , get acoustic, if you want to pick electric. Personally i would get an electro-acoustic, expensive and sound quality is good. : Check out those package deals you can find sometimes, i had one of them with an guitar they are great to start with.

        • #87037
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          :The best advice i can give you, is: 1.Make sure (if buying an electric) it is NOT made out of plywood (hardwood, solid wood, are the usual discriptions for it in catologs).Make sure it is made of maple, mohogany, agathis, ash, basswood. 2. For a beginer, make sure the guitar does NOT have a tremelo. When lerning to play, the last thing you need to worry aboutis trying to keep a floating tremelo in tune. A tune-o-matic bridge is best and easy to find. 3. When you find a guitar, take it into the music store with you to find an amp. This will clearly be your tastes. I find a good solid state amp, with a 12′ speaker is great for beginers. A tube amp is an investment you want to make if you realy grow a desire to play for a long time, but they are very expensive. 4. Use the thickest chords, and Patch chords you can find. The cheap skinny chords they try to get rid of in music stores, short out too easily, and are not worth the head ache. 5. Lastly, keep an open mind when hearing other music. Dont get locked into just blues or metal or country. Try to also listen to music that doesnt have guitars in them. Good luck at the music stores, and with your budget, you can afford to be picky.

          • #97375
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            I need to know who made the first guitar where at did he/or she make the guitar at and what month and year. i would greastly apperciate it if you can get back to me. Sincerly, Marla B.

          • #90404
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            : :The best advice i can give you, is: : 1.Make sure (if buying an electric) it is NOT made out of plywood (hardwood, solid wood, are the usual discriptions for it in catologs).Make sure it is made of maple, mohogany, agathis, ash, basswood. : 2. For a beginer, make sure the <B style="color:black;background-color:#99ff99">guitar</B> does NOT have a tremelo. When <B style="color:black;background-color:#ffff66">lerning</B> to <B style="color:black;background-color:#A0FFFF">play</B>, the last thing you need to worry aboutis trying to keep a floating tremelo in tune. A tune-o-matic bridge is best and easy to find. : 3. When you find a <B style="color:black;background-color:#99ff99">guitar</B>, take it into the music store with you to find an amp. This will clearly be your tastes. I find a good solid state amp, with a 12′ speaker is great for beginers. A tube amp is an investment you want to make if you realy grow a desire to <B style="color:black;background-color:#A0FFFF">play</B> for a long time, but they are very expensive. : 4. Use the thickest chords, and Patch chords you can find. The cheap skinny chords they try to get rid of in music stores, short out too easily, and are not worth the head ache. : 5. Lastly, keep an open mind when hearing other music. Dont get locked into just blues or metal or country. Try to also listen to music that doesnt have guitars in them. : Good luck at the music stores, and with your budget, you can afford to be picky.

          • #90036
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            how can i learn to play guitar,? can you suggest me some sites ? i am just a beginer .

    • #37809
      Anonymous
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      need manual for boss me10 effects unit

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    • #37807
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      Regarding the amp ( or amps ) that Chet Atkins used during his career. Does anyone know the amps Chet used when he plugged his Gretches and later his Gibson Country Gentleman ? For lack of better description his tone was unique and had what I would characterize as an almost "organ" type of " grainy " tone to it.

      • #86885
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        Hmm.Not sure…I think those guys used "cranked" Fenders most of the time.

    • #37804
      Anonymous
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      Regarding the amp ( or amps ) that Chet Atkins used during his career. Does anyone know the amps Chet used when he plugged his Gretches and later his Gibson Country Gentleman ? For lack of better description his tone was unique and had what I would characterize as an almost "organ" type of " grainy " tone to it.

    • #37805
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      Regarding the amp ( or amps ) that Chet Atkins used during his career. Does anyone know the amps Chet used when he plugged his Gretches and later his Gibson Country Gentleman ? For lack of better description his tone was unique and had what I would characterize as an almost "organ" type of " grainy " tone to it.

    • #37803
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      I am selling a 1979 Marshall JMP 50 Watt head with a 1978 Marshall 1960B speaker cabinet that has the original Celestion Greenback speakers. I put in new power tubes 30 months ago, and I have another pair of tubes ready to go in. They are Svetlana EL-34’s. I am asking $1200 for both the head and speaker cabinet. E-mail me for pictures and any other information you may need. [email protected]

      • #113191
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        Can youu post me the picture of the amp and speaker cabinet.I’m interested to know. : I am selling a 1979 Marshall JMP 50 Watt head with a 1978 Marshall 1960B speaker cabinet that has the original Celestion Greenback speakers. I put in new power tubes 30 months ago, and I have another pair of tubes ready to go in. They are Svetlana EL-34’s. I am asking $1200 for both the head and speaker cabinet. E-mail me for pictures and any other information you may need. : [email protected]

      • #97465
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        : I am selling a 1979 Marshall JMP 50 Watt head with a 1978 Marshall 1960B speaker cabinet that has the original Celestion Greenback speakers. I put in new power tubes 30 months ago, and I have another pair of tubes ready to go in. They are Svetlana EL-34’s. I am asking $1200 for both the head and speaker cabinet. E-mail me for pictures and any other information you may need. : [email protected] THIS HAS BEEN SOLD!

    • #37802
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      hi everyone, after months of good thought i have finally decided to pick up guitar, and i have decided that i would like to play an acoutic guitar. as of right now, however, thats about all i have decided. I need to find the right guitar for me. I play the piano as of now, and i am a pretty accomplished pianist. I know music very well, so picking up the guitar would be easier for me than for someone who knows nothing about music. (correct me if i am wrong) I want a good acoustic guitar because I know that I will stick with it. my price range goes up to about $500 dollars. i cant afford anything more than that. I was wondering if anybody had some suggestions on a brand of acoustic guitar or even a specific model that plays well and fits in this price range. right now i love the Dave Matthews Band, and I also like David Gray, Eric Clapton,and many other artists and bands along those likes. so i would like a guitar that has a similar sound and tone as the guitars that are played by the artists above. also i was wondering if someone could answer the question as what are the different guitar sizes (dreadnought, jumbo, grand auditorium or whatever, and all of the others) and what do they mean has far as sound, playabilty, etc. what is the most popular size? and what is the best size in your opinion? i know this is a lot of questions, and i would greatly greatly appreciate of any of you guys could answer them thank you very much, Tim

      • #86909
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        Hi Tim. I’d suggest the Taylor Big Baby. It is superbly made, easy to play and sounds very good. As a first guitar, it would be an excellent choice. Check out Harmony Central’s guitar database and read what owners of this guitar think.

        • #108175
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          Thank you very much Mick! I will definitly give that guitar a good look. I just have a couple more questions if yo dont mind. I have heard that Taylor makes an excellent guitar that many professionals use, so i ruled Taylor as probably way too pricey more my budget. apparently i was wrong, i saw some Big Babies for under $400. My question is, are there any other guitars made by taylor that are under $500? also, i am a fairly big person,at least hieghtwise. i am 6’3" or 6’4", and weight about 190 lbs. or so. what is the size of the Big Baby, and is it big enough for my body? Judging from the name "Baby" I was wondering if this meant that it is a smaller guitar? I’m just curious. anyways, thank you Mick and best regards, Tim

          • #109665
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            The next guitar up in the Taylor range is the all solid 310. If you look on ebay, you MAY get one for $500. They cost more like 1000 ( I think ). I’m in the UK and they’re 800 pounds here. The Big Baby is 15/16’s the size of an adult sized guitar. It doesn’t make a noticeable difference Tim. Try one . You won’t be disappointed. Good luck.

    • #37801
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      dear friends I would be so gratefullif you advise me where can I fine some scores for flute and guitar. tanx

      • #108097
        Anonymous
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        : : dear friends : I would be so gratefullif you advise me where can I fine some scores for flute and guitar. : tanx

        • #110147
          Anonymous
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          : : : : dear friends : : I would be so gratefullif you advise me where can I fine some scores for flute and guitar. : : tanx

          • #111538
            Anonymous
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            : : : : : : dear friends : : : I would be so gratefullif you advise me where can I fine some scores for flute and guitar. : : : tanx Iam sorry,iam not speak englisch, please score for clasic guitar starway to heawen }led zeppelin but note flute with guitar thank you

      • #86746
        Anonymous
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        : : dear friends : I would be so gratefullif you advise me where can I fine some scores for flute and guitar. : tanx

    • #37800
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      it’s cool

    • #37798
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      i have a Danelectro Hearsay and a little Peavey Blazer 158 and i dig the Pink Floyd. anyone have any ideas for tones i can recreate for solos like comfortably numb and mother and stuff. pickups are danelectro factory still. also, if i got new ones for xmas, what kind should i ask for. thanks

      • #94672
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        does anybody know what setting tou use to get the lead guitar sound on "shine on you crazy diamond"??? thanx paul

    • #37799
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      I have a 1964 Trini Lopez. The original neck got broke on it somes back, and a friend of mine in Minnesota put a new neck on it. I wonder how much I should ask for it? It’s in perfect condition. Please get back to meASAP. Sincerely, Leslie Puttkammer

    • #37797
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      hi. im looking for some new "toys"[guitar effects]. anyone selling? im pretty much open as to what im looking for. preferrably something i cant just go to my local Guitar Center to buy. so oddball/whacky would be best. just a few things i was looking for[tho im NOT limited to]: TREMOLO[possibly demeter tremulator or cesar diaz tremodillo or with an expression pedal], PHASOR[i have a small stone but am looking for something with an expression pedal], ENVELOPE FILTER, WAH, COMP, etc. again, im open to anything and everything. please email me with whatever you might have! thanks. regards, victor [email protected]

      • #93260
        Anonymous
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        I have the Tremodillo for sale $185 Email for detals

    • #37796
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      I’m currently thinking about purchasing either POD 2.0 (Line6), V-Amp (Behringer) or Genesis3 (DigiTech). Anyone have any opinions as to what the best product is? Thanx.

      • #98439
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        : I’m currently thinking about purchasing either POD 2.0 (Line6), V-Amp (Behringer) or Genesis3 (DigiTech). Anyone have any opinions as to what the best product is? Thanx. Ive tested out the behringer V-amp 2, and the Pod Xt pretty much side by side and im all for the V-amp. The pod as some very very nice clean tones, but as soon as i hit the distortion on it, it was much much too fuzzy and fake for me. Although, with both products you can customize it so much that it becomes exactly what you were looking for. When you break it all down, theyre the same. So go with the one thats easier on the wallet, its what i did, and i havent regretted it since. (this review is based on the v-amp 2, which has equal amount of amp featuers as its pod equivalent)

      • #90210
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        Have tried the pod and the V-amp. For me the V-amp his winner.

        • #115284
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          hi to all the guitar players around the world. Im also one of u but from south east asia–here we dont have the opportunity to experiment with different products becoz of the price & availabilty-Im looking forward to buy -either behringer V amp 2 or POD2 –1st will be better for my pocket-but im kinda confused if i get overclevered by myself–plz help me can i substitute POD with the V amp 2? one more question whats the difference between the Vamp 2 and the Vamp pro?i can manage the pro –if it gives me some extra quiality tones?

      • #108493
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        POD… all the way, for that matter get a Flextone II-XL, and have it all in one ‘package’. : I’m currently thinking about purchasing either POD 2.0 (Line6), V-Amp (Behringer) or Genesis3 (DigiTech). Anyone have any opinions as to what the best product is? Thanx.

    • #37795
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      i have an ibanez guitar but the wires in the back are all disconected. if anyone knows whre ach one goes please contact me. thank you

    • #37794
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      I,ve got a Mosrite stereo bass, serial # AB0041. It,s not a ventures model. Can anyone help me figure out the model and about when it was made? On the headstock it says Mostite of California USA by Semie Moseley.

    • #37793
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      HELLO. I HAVE JUST BOUGHT SECONDHAND, A HOHNER MCO5. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT PLEASE? eg.U.K. PRICE, ARE THEY STILL AVAILABLE,ETC. ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED. CHEERS…JOHN [email protected] 25th NOV.2001

      • #108137
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        : HELLO. : I HAVE JUST BOUGHT SECONDHAND, A HOHNER MCO5. : DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT PLEASE? : eg.U.K. PRICE, ARE THEY STILL AVAILABLE,ETC. : ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED. : CHEERS…JOHN : [email protected] : 25th NOV.2001 yes they are still available as i bought one last week if you need any more information about them write to hohner ltd bedwas house industrial estate, bedwas, newport gwent, np1-8xq

    • #37791
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      Hi, im looking for a new amp for hard rock and metal playing. I prefer a head and cab. I play in a band and my other guitarist has a marshall tsl100 head and cab. i was looking at the marshall 1959 SLP, fender twin, Fender HOt Rod deville (i know, i like the clean sounds though), line 6 Flextone II, or a mesa boogie (either a rectifier or heartbreaker-used of course), also i was looking at the Fender Prosonic which i hear is great. IF any one has any info or advice, or any new amps, it would be greatly appreciated. THanx Chris

    • #37792
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      hi.im looking for a lefty flying v or other wild shaped guitar.are there any floating around?

      • #89566
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey guess what, I have a flying V, but its mine, haha

    • #37790
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      my brother just got a new strat(mexican) and it turns out that he liked my neck and i liked his so we switched. When i put the new neck on my guitar it buzzed like crazy so i raised the saddles. That work pretty good but the buzz was still there. so i turned the truss rod more concave and the buzz is gone, but it plays out of tune very noticeably i was wondering if there is anything i can do to get it to play in tune and not buzz.

      • #86762
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        : my brother just got a new strat(mexican) and it turns out that he liked my neck and i liked his so we switched. When i put the new neck on my guitar it buzzed like crazy so i raised the saddles. That work pretty good but the buzz was still there. so i turned the truss rod more concave and the buzz is gone, but it plays out of tune very noticeably i was wondering if there is anything i can do to get it to play in tune and not buzz.

      • #86722
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        The Neck on a guitar should really only be changed on a brand new guitar that has never been strung, in my experiance. As the neck adjusts to the stringtension and is handled it becomes mated to the rest of the guitar. If you are having an action problem, the smartest thing to do would probably be best to just switch the necks back. Just my opinion, take it for whatever, if anything, it might be worth.

    • #37789
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      I’m looking to sell my guitar, a 20yr old (mint condition) ‘Ibanez AE400’ and have no idea of what sort of price I should be thinking of asking for it. Can anyone advise Cheers

      • #80980
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        I need to get a valuation on my guitar for insurance purposes.It is a U.S. gibson flying V In tranlucent red.Serial No. 90690756 Thankyou.

    • #37788
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      Please, I need a crack for "guitar tracks 2" software… anybody can help me? i didn’t find it in the astalavista.box.sk site!

      • #89986
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        : Please, I need a crack for "guitar tracks 2" software… : anybody can help me? i didn’t find it in the astalavista.box.sk site! 8DSXKHD3

      • #109953
        Anonymous
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        I need it too!!! If anyone knows how to get the full version, would you be so kind to mail me? Thanx in advance

    • #37787
      Anonymous
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      I am getting a job regarding the Guitar,Audio,Sound system,all about the music

    • #37786
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      Who is the best at modifying an old fender to give it more versitility. I would love my Super reverb to have a hint of that tight Matchless amp distortion. ( NO master volume) If any one has experience (positive) on Fender Mods, Please e-mail me at krmoss@hotmail. I would be very grateful!

    • #37785
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      I have a black face super reverb. It was put out by CBS. I think it’s a 1st or 2nd year CBS. The Scheme is the same as the pre CBS. I am considering purchasing a custom shop Combo. Does anyone know which is the best for a good deal of stage volume with that beautiful fender pwr. amp distortion. I want to be able to turn my tele volume down for a beautiful clean sound, then for screaming distortion, turn the guitar up. (NO pedals or weenie master volume knobs) The fewer knobs the better! I would be interested in a Mod if I could achieve this goal but I think I need more power. A Super is only 50 watts. I would also trade my amp for an early twin or custom shop combo. My amp was bought from the Mastering Lab at A and M studios in Hollywood. Alan Yoshida can verify that. I just really need more wattage with basically the same tone.

      • #87072
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        You are looking at the wrong brand, i looked for an amp for years that had a great violin like sustain on the dirty channel and a warm clean sound that was real extreme in it;s frequency range. I had a 1963 fender bassman tiltback, that was ok. i waled innto a used guitar store and started playing through a CRATe tube amp that has a cream colored tolex. I traded the Fender straight up for it. Crate tube amps are GREAT, I think mine is called a VINTAGE TUBE. i cang et sounds ranging from the old KUSTOM sound to a Marshall stack. I is a TUBE amp, not a hybrid or solid state

        • #87247
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          Kurt, I have a 65 super reverb re-issue, and I really like it alot. I used to have a twin reverb, but it was just too harsh for me. Pretty much, all blackface-era amps have similar circuitry, just different speaker and power arrangements. A twin has a similar tone to the super, but I prefer the super. Right now i am a/b ‘ing into my super and also a jcm2000, but I hope to get some type of eric johnson setup going (he uses two deluxes, and two marshall 50 watt dual super leads). You should check out a vibro-king from fender custom shop and see what you think. good luck andrew

    • #37784
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      Hi, does anyone know what I have? It’s a Hofner Bass with three extra controls (bass boost,3 position switch, on/off button)and a metal cover (possibly for 9v) on the bass side of the back. I don’t see serial #s but it has a label on back of headstock saying Muskhaus B. Hummel "High fidelity" (address,phone#) Thank you Jon

    • #37783
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      crestline guitars

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    • #37781
      Anonymous
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      I have a Sigma acoustic guitar Model DM 2. Does anyone have any information on this guitar? I am looking for the value, description of the type of wood and anything else regarding it’s history.

    • #37780
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      Can anyone tell me wich speakers I need for my Fender Twin Reverb (1972). I need a good sound for countrymusic, fat, clean and deep. The sound of Brent Mason is my favorite Please send my an answer by mail. Regards, Eppo Franken from Dordrecht (Netherlands)

      • #108082
        Anonymous
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        The originals would be Utah’s. A better replacement would be the Jensen C12 N.

        • #110583
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          : The originals would be Utah’s. A better replacement would be the Jensen C12 N. I am a good friend of Brent’s and he use’s vintage 30’s in his twin but keep in mind that his is a blackface.Forget the utah’s,the jensen c12n sounds good just run them through your home stereo before you install to "open them up"

          • #110910
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            : hi i jus bought a fender deluxe reverb from 1965 it´s been modified, do you know which speaker woild be better for this amp? i´ve heard of the jensen c12n, do you think it is possible i could make a fx loop from this vintage amp??

    • #37782
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      Do you know this guitar?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Do you know this guitar?

    • #37779
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      Can some one tell me something about it? Year etc,etc………..

      • #87070
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        : Can some one tell me something about it? Year etc,etc………..

        • #88596
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          : : Can some one tell me something about it? Year etc,etc………..it’s a small red classical guitar with the s shaped sound holes.

    • #37776
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      Hi, im in a hard rock/metal band and am looking for a new amp. I was thinking about the fender prosonic, i know it sounds wierd for my music but i really prefere fender cleans etc. I want some input and advice about this amp and any other help. Thanx alot and i really appreciate your input. ps. i hear these baby’s are discontinued, can i still find one?

      • #104114
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        : Hi, im in a hard rock/metal band and am looking for a new amp. I was thinking about the fender prosonic, i know it sounds wierd for my music but i really prefere fender cleans etc. I want some input and advice about this amp and any other help. Thanx alot and i really appreciate your input. : ps. i hear these baby’s are discontinued, can i still find one? HI, IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN ONE I HAVE IT.IT’S LIKE NEW, GREAT WORKING AND COSMETIC CONDITIONS. IF YOU’RE INTERESTED MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER. THE ITEM HAS BEEN TESTED, I ALSO PLAY IN A BAND AND I KNOW ABOUT SOUND QUALITY, SO IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ONE LOOK NO FURTER. I COULD ALSO E-MAIL YOU SOME PICTURES SO YOU CAN SEE THE PRODUCT BEFORE TAKING THE NEXT STEP. I WILL BE WAITING FOR YOUR E-MAIL.THANK YOU MIGUEL

      • #97447
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        : Hi, im in a shitty powermetalbajs band and am looking for a new amp. I was thinking about the fender prosonic, i know it sounds wierd for my music but i really prefere fender cleans etc. I want some input and advice about this amp and any other help. Thanx alot and i really appreciate your input. : ps. i hear these baby’s are discontinued, can i still find one?

        • #104102
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          : : Hi, im in a shitty powermetalbajs band and am looking for a new amp. I was thinking about the fender prosonic, i know it sounds wierd for my music but i really prefere fender cleans etc. I want some input and advice about this amp and any other help. Thanx alot and i really appreciate your input. : : ps. i hear these baby’s are discontinued, can i still find on? I HAVE A FENDER PROSONIC AMP. THE SOUND IS GREAT IT IS LIKE NEW, GREAT WORKING AND COSMETIC CONDITIONS. IF YOU’RE INTERESTED MY E-MAIL IS: [email protected] MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER AND WE’LL TAKE IT FROM THERE. THANKS

      • #95354
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        : Hi, im in a hard rock/metal band and am looking for a new amp. I was thinking about the fender prosonic, i know it sounds wierd for my music but i really prefere fender cleans etc. I want some input and advice about this amp and any other help. Thanx alot and i really appreciate your input. : ps. i hear these baby’s are discontinued, can i still find one? I still have one, it is red and not used because I have a pair.

      • #114296
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        I just got one a few days ago… It doesn’t have typical fender cleans at all. It DOES have massive amounts of gain and distortion tones to die for. The cleans are full and rich, not squeaky clean. If you’re looking for classic Fender cleans, you won’t get it from a Prosonic. It’s still good though, very smooth and involving. Sorta like a cross between a Bassman and a Vox, dark and buttery. You can dial in lots of sparkle, but then the gain will sound really harsh and trebly. They share EQ so you have to compromise. The drive channel can do anything from mild crunch up to (and beyond) the highest of high gain. Seething gobs of gain, it’s almost crazy. It’s not very tight in the low end, but it has a nice blooming attack and is really easy to play and sustains for days. They’re discontinued but can be found for $600 or less if you look around.

    • #37778
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      i lost the little wrench for my strat and need to know what size i should get.

    • #37777
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      I’m thinking about getting a new amp.My small band wants to start playing bars and parties so we gotta sound good. Do think I should get a Marshall amp? We play Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, the beatles, Nirvana and classic rock kind of songs.How big should my amp be anyway?I’m a jobless 16 year old so I can’t just buy anything.

      • #86720
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        Mesa boogie or Soldano!!!!!!!!! Nuff said…Buy it once spend the cash and have it forever!!!!

    • #37775
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      I’ve owned a Boss GT3 for about six months now and after shite loads of playing about I’ve managed to set my 2 main stage worthy distortions with a reasonable amount of success.But like everyone I’m sure it could sound that little bit better if i just knew HOW!At present Im using the Pre-Amp sims to get the gain because the dist/OD sounds are Way to "DI" and lifeless.I use the Peavy 5150 setting with the mic position at 2cms with the following amp sim settings:- Vol-20,Bass-50,Mid-14,Treble-58,prescence-43,master-65 & Gain-HIGH. Then I use the EQ next door and set up a Varying scoop of the mids. At first I tried it with the noise suppressor set very active (threshHold-55,Release-3) but i found this to fight off most of the depth of the sound making it more ‘mechanised’.The sounds i am after are those found in music from the likes of Heavy ‘Harcore’ bands such as Silent green and Stampin’Ground.I Play an Epiphone LesPaul Standand with a Semour Duncan ‘Duncan Custom’ upgrade in the bridge position.My amp is a Marshal JCM2000 DSL 100 with a jcm 900 4×12 cab.Im plugging the gt3 straight into the return socket at the back, therefore bypassing the marshal pre-amp….CAN ANYONE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME BY GIVING ANY SUGGESTIONS AS TO HOW TO SET THE EQ UP,OR OF ANY NEW OR ALTERNATIVE WAYS YOU KNOW OF TO GET THE HEAVIEST SOUND!!!:) So go on…enthraul me with your know-how!!! xxxmany thanx Kelv. Portsmouth.

      • #89544
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        This probably isn’t what you want to hear, but…. You have a world class twin-channel rock & roll valve amp there, and a guitar fitted with an excellent hot pickup. If I were you I would ditch the GT3 and experiment with just the guitar and the Marshall. I am sure the sounds you are after are in there. And you’ve got two channels for your rhythm/lead sounds. Once you have got your basic guitar/amp tone you can always add a stomp box or two for delay or chorus or whatever. But make the effects the icing on the guitar/amp cake. I have recently reverted to just using my Gibson and Marshall after a few years of plugging a multi effects unit in between. I’d forgotten how good simplicity sounds! It’s a liberating experience, and there’s less to trip over when you’re gigging! Best Wishes.

    • #37774
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      Guest

      I would like to purchase an Aria Pro II Cardinal Series bass. Please email [email protected] if you have one you would like to sell. Please note, I am interested only in this particular model of bass, please don’t innundate me with "great deals on Fender", etc. Thanks very much! -Jim

      • #86881
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hmm.I’ll stick my two cents in.The Ibanez EBD 600(four string)is a THUMBER’S DELIGHT! I almost bought one.

    • #37773
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I would like to know when the 7 strings guitar was invented. also I would like to know who invented it. Thanks a bunch.

      • #110446
        Anonymous
        Guest

        im not 100% on this but i think Ibanez was the first company to introduce or atleast sell 7 strings,im actualy trying to find out myself, Its just that ive been in an underground band now for a few years,and ive met alot of seven string players(i happen to be one myself) and almost all the 7 strings ive seen were made by Ibanez

    • #37772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i wanted to know the differences between model numbers such as 505, 5052 and so fourth. im looking to buy one

      • #89117
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i wanted to know the differences between model numbers such as 505, 5052 ,707 and so fourth. i’m looking to buy one

      • #87051
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I suggest instead of getting a 505 you get a TONE WORKS AX1G it has more effects (including the best WAH WAH pedal i have ever used) and is quieter. Musician freind usualy has them for 99 bucks I think. I just finished a CD that i used my AX1G on a few tunes,. handy tool, and it sounds good in headphones too

    • #37769
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could anyone tell me the price of the GI-10. I would appreciate knowing if there are similar products by Yamaha. Finally, were could one buy such an item? Thanks. Frank O’Brien

    • #37771
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have recently acquired a hohner model L 75. it has a dark brown sunburst finish, humbucking paired single-coil pickups, and its shape ans styling is derivative more or less directly of the gibson les paul. i wouls like to know its original retail price, and if possible its age. if anybody can help further, i can supply the serial number. fanx t

    • #37770
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone got any good feedback on the Roland GT3? How’s the distortion?

      • #122758
        Anonymous
        Guest

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    • #37768
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I play a Carvin DC400T. Lately, when I tune to alternate tunings(Eb or D on the low E), the other strings go out of tune. When I get those back in tune, I have to retune the low E. Any suggestions on what’s causing this?

      • #86763
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dear all Now we have problem to setup Guitar . Cloud you please tell me to setup it. Best Regards Ake

      • #86754
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dear all

    • #37765
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ok i have a peavy Butcher amp. its old school. 100 watt tube. it has high output and low output. it doesnt have a switch for distortion, just knobs you gotta turn. what is the best pedal to get for that kinda amp to get maybe a LINE6 INSANE sound. anyone suggest overdrive pedals? i have a guitar with active emg’s. I already have a metal zone and a boss equalizer

      • #86907
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hmm.Since you already have an e.q. pedal check out the Ibanez SM-7 Smash Box.It’s like opening a can of WHOOP-ASS!! Good Luck

        • #87047
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Try the boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion , one of the best distortions ever and has got two distortion modes! So two for the price of one. Ideal for grunge, rock, punk, nu -metal,….

    • #37767
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ok i have a peavy Butcher amp. its old school. 100 watt tube. it has high output and low output. it doesnt have a switch for distortion, just knobs you gotta turn. what is the best pedal to get for that kinda amp to get maybe a LINE6 INSANE sound. anyone suggest overdrive pedals? i have a guitar with active emg’s

      • #91081
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ibanez tk9 (the tube king) i’ve got that amp it’s a tough call. its got a lot of spank and mine hums already. but this pedal warms the glassy over well.

    • #37766
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Where can I find some cool POD patches?

      • #83042
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Where can I find some cool POD patches? up you fucking hole

      • #108467
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Maybe start at the line 6 website : Where can I find some cool POD patches?

    • #37764
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a sunburst flying vee, about 13-15 yrs old, with a maple neck. I need to know how much it is worth or if any 1 knows n e more about them….. pleez reply!!! ……..Mike

    • #37763
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Could anybody please help me to find the schematics for my VS 100 R ! It sounds like shit and I suspect something is wrong in the pre-amp.

    • #37762
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Come check it out, although its new, I hope it takes off

    • #37759
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am a semi new guitarist and I have learned some songs and now I want to write my own riffs and I can’t seem to get started. Is there ne one that could give me a couple pointers?

      • #87073
        Anonymous
        Guest

        YES! forget about being "musicly correct" and just try to make neat sounds. being a musical Craftsman means doing things well that others have already thought of, Being an ARTIST however, means doing what noone else has.

      • #108116
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Not really any pointers here. Ian write many good lyrics but lack the music to go with it .And i can’t seem to put the two together. Just letting ya know .We got the same porb here man. Later,

      • #86767
        Anonymous
        Guest

        at the start, i found it a lot easier to come up with new ideas if: – i had a drum machine playing – i met up with other people for a bit of a jam sometimes, really good riffs come to me when i’m at work, or lying in bed best thing for me was playing along with a drum machine. if you can record yourself it helps, too.

    • #37760
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Help !!!!! Have emulator for BR8 ?

    • #37761
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Help !!!!! Have emulator for BR8 ?

    • #37754
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hohner--  model TWP  West-sb

      This popular thread has been given its own page : hohner– model TWP West-sb

    • #37758
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, Im looking to buy a new amplifier. I want fender sparkling clean but also the distortion of a marshall and perhaps the beef of a mesa. i hear the prosonic head is great but i would like some input. I hear it is discontinued too…..If anyone has ANY info on this amp it would be greatly appreciated thanx Ron

      • #115507
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey Ron, I know you posted this like 3 years ago, but I am bored so I’ll reply. The prosonic is a great amp. It does give you those sparkeling fender cleans and the distortion is like no other fender amp I’ve heard. I have only heard the combo version though. And the head and cabinate are probably much different. There are somethings to consider before buying the amp: There is only on eq for the clean and distortion channels. The foot switch that comes with the amp sucks. The buttons are too close together (about 1" apart) and there are no indicator lights to remind you where you are. Otherwise it is a great amp that will rip your face off. I almost find that there is too much distortion, but that is my opinion only. I hope you or someone else find this info. Useful.

    • #37755
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am trying to find anyone who would like to sell a Martin F-50 Guitar. Contact me at [email protected]

      • #90775
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am trying to find anyone who would like to sell a Martin F-50 Guitar. Contact me at [email protected] I have what I believe is a Martin F-50 purchased around 1962. email me if you are still looking

      • #101262
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a Martin F-50 from 1963 in immaculate condition and original case. I’m not sure I want to sell, but I would be interested in hearing your offer.

    • #37756
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a semi acoustic guitar the body is simillar to a gibson and the neck to a fender and logo name is "ALLROUND". I need more information about this guitar, where can i get it??

    • #37757
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi i’m probably on the wrong page but i am looking for info on a "Vase Trendsetter 40 Delux" Guitar Amp made in Australia in the 60’s. looking for schematics or list of tubes used as the markings have worn off the ones fitted. any help welcomed. Tks.Bill

      • #94535
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi my grandfather built those amps . Unfortunatly there was never any schamatics it was all stored in his head.As far as the valves im not sure what they were but call the main music store in Toowoomba and the owner will have more info.Cheers

    • #37752
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking to buy one. please let me know if you have one for sale

      • #102557
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : looking to buy one. : please let me know if you have one for sale I don’t know if you are still looking for one, but I have one up on ebay right now (8/7/04). I just came across this while I was researching my own pedal.

    • #37753
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone what Dann uses to get that clean chorusy/bright/compressed/reverb decay he uses so much? thanks, Billy C.

    • #37751
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have tubes that they would sell for a HotRod deville i just bought one used for 100 bucks.. the guy who sold it to me took to tubes out and used them in another amp of his…i did hear the amp with the tube though.

    • #37750
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone what Dann uses to get that clean chorusy/bright/compressed/reverb decay he uses so much? thanks, Billy C.

      • #86728
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Are you talking about Giant, or some of his recent work? "Last of the Runaways" did feature some good playing.

    • #37749
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking for one to buy….. name your price…… hk

      • #82430
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : looking for one to buy….. : name your price…… : hk got one would like to sell let me know

        • #100752
          Anonymous
          Guest

          you still have it?
          hk

    • #37747
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I am getting ready to purchase a Peavey Bandit 112 Transtube amplifier, Do you think that it is a good amp for my needs, I play in a great band, I play for big gigs and I need an amp to produce good sound. Let me know what you think! A store wants to sell it to me for $500 even is that a good price. Eric

      • #86925
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hmm.For $500 check out the Tech 21 Trademark 60!

      • #86575
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Personally..i would go with a Marshal or a fender…the only thing ive ever found that i like made by peavey is my peavey firenza ax….you can never go wrong with fender tube amps..i think they’ve got the best sound ever just some ideas brent

        • #88768
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Go with the Peavey man! i have one and it kicks major ass . its fucking loud!!

    • #37748
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m new to the gituar, and I wanna play this song, unfortunately, i can’t tell what some of the chords are. the ones I’m having trouble with are "Esus2" and "Dsus2". if you could tel me what fingers go where, etc. I’d greatly appreciate it.

    • #37746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to buy a 12 string acoustic guitar. Can anybody help? I will pay upto about £300. Thanks.

      • #86563
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I want to buy a 12 string acoustic guitar. Can anybody help? I will pay upto about £300. Can anyone recommend anything in that price range? I don’t want an electro. : Thanks.

        • #108005
          Anonymous
          Guest

          If you don’t know too much about 12 strings you should try to find someone who does. If that is not possible buy a Yamaha, they are usually good value for money. I have seen some Epiphone 12s which were quite good also. Most of the big name brands produce reasonable models. Good luck! : : I want to buy a 12 string acoustic guitar. Can anybody help? I will pay upto about £300. : Can anyone recommend anything in that price range? : I don’t want an electro. : : Thanks.

          • #108177
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Seagull (same people who make Godin guitars) make a couple of 12 string models which are as good as you can get for the money. Don’t know the conversion rate but here in Aus I can pick one up for $800 (and our $ is worth about the same as Kleenex) with electrics and les without. Excellent action, small neck, solid cedar top and much easier to play that anything in the price range.

    • #37745
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How are they different. Weight? Pickup? body?

      • #86530
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Gibson wanted to make a guitar with the quality of a Paul but more affordable, so they cut back on the "frills" which were mostly cosmetic and not needed in the studio. : How are they different. Weight? Pickup? body?

    • #37742
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I had purchased a jackson pro model guitar several years ago (6 or so)and I have no Idea what exact model it is. It was my first new guitar purchase as a teenager and I payed a ton of money for it(>$700) ….considering what I believe it was actually worth I may have been ripped off by Fordelley’s in Champion OH. Anyway I want to sell it and don’t know the model and have no literature on it. The serial # is 601458 and it is a 24 fret, purplish pink translucent (rad) finish,rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, normal neck(not reverse), floyd rose patented locking trem, humbucker(neck)…single coil…Humbucker(bridge) etc etc.. If anyone thinks they can enlighten me feel free. From my understanding the "Professional" model is used to describe several different actual models. Thank you Bassfisherman 88

    • #37744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am currently using battery power and want to convert to rectified AC. Anybody know the max current rating?

      • #87068
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am using a 9.6 volt 200 miliamp BOSS wall wart for mine

        • #108564
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hi greg:I am using a 9 volt 2 amp manufactured by miself.

    • #37743
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi there, I’m thinking about getting my boyfriend an electric guitar for Christmas, but I don’t know anything about guitars… I checked musicians friend and saw that they had some under 200$ (which sounds great for me considering my tiny salary), but I’m worried he’s going to think it’s a crappy guitar. What’s the lowest I should spend? He plays guitar, but not professionally and not all the time.. just for fun. Any advice on what I should get him? Currently he has an acoustic guitar.

      • #87077
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Unfortunately, some of the best guitars out there cost 200 bucks and some of the crappiest cost thousands just because they have a certain name sticker on them. The best way to buh a guitar is to have the one who is going to play it play it. No you don’t get what you pay for. Often what youa re paying for is a name or expensive advertising rathr than quality workmanship. We make guitars in THE U S no better than we make cars.

      • #86558
        Anonymous
        Guest

        economy electrics are often good little guitars. my Encore KC3 is a perfectly good instrument. it sounds good and is comfy to play. of course it’s not as good as my Gibson SG Standard, but for £90ish rather than £760, i would be disappointed if it was the same quality. the quality of a cheap electric is going to be better than a cheap acoustic. the fender squiers are supposed to be very good. xxxxxxxx Molklone

        • #86734
          Anonymous
          Guest

          fender squire stagemaster!!! great 1st electric or and ibanez! If he loves you no mater what you give He will be Happy! Good Luck!

    • #37741
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a good, used Peavey Nashville 1000. Just can’t afford a new one. Let me know.

    • #37738
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi fellow guitarist, I would like to know if anyone out there could tell me how to rewire my Ibanez GB10 guitar in simple layman terms? Simple wiring diagram would be appreciated too. Thanks.

    • #37739
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just curious! Any help would be appreciated! Paul

    • #37740
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I`ve a KAY Guitar don`t know for sure what year can`t find any numbers on it the neck has pearl looking in lay down the frets wide band type

      • #109686
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I`ve a KAY Guitar don`t know for sure what year can`t find any numbers on it the neck has pearl looking in lay down the frets wide band type i also have a kay and have had extreme dificulty tracking down the year.i looked in the neck cavity for a number and found the number 562.it means nothing.no such # in any blue book i have looked through.#’s on pots were meaningless also.ive searched endlessly on the internet for a picture of the same guitar.ive come close but havent found the same guitar. i have however narrowed it down to a 1965 thinline kay . things that were helpful in doing this were -shape of headstock -type of logo used -type of pick up casings -type of tail piece/tremolo -color -made in usa-made in japan the shape of the headstock was key for mine. the particular shape was only used from 60 to 65 i actually contacted the kay company on the phone and discovered they are no longer a company. for reasons i dont understand and didnt bother to have them explain they still have an office and the people who i spoke to new nothing about kay guitars.what???? just keep comparing features and you can probably narrow it down or maybe even find the guitar.i dont think there is any other way."serious" guitar people just dont seem very interested in kay guitars. FOOLS. GoodLuck

    • #37737
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I`ve a KAY Guitar don`t know for sure what year can`t find any numbers on it the neck has pearl looking in laydown the fret wide band type

    • #37736
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for a takamine en12 c12. Anyone know where I can find one. Not made this year and I am not finding it on the web. KJS

      • #88317
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Just seen your search for a ENC12-C did you ever find one?

    • #37735
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey great Metallica Ibanez Guitar for sale check it out at http://www.geocities.com/nrikneo2001/sexdrugsandheavymetal.html

      • #82125
        Anonymous
        Guest

        click below for Ibanez

    • #37734
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I’m a student wanting to learn how to play guitar, so I don’t have much money to spend (around $500) and I was just wondering which brand of guitar is generally better in quality, Fender or Yamaha ? I heard that some of the Squire’s assembled in Mexico are inferior in quality, is this true ? thanks.

      • #87088
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Definitley Yamaha, and the mexican and american fenders, in my opinion, are not as good as the japanese or korean ones

      • #86551
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi, : I’m a student wanting to learn how to play guitar, so I don’t have much money to spend (around $500) and I was just wondering which brand of guitar is generally better in quality, Fender or Yamaha ? : I heard that some of the Squire’s assembled in Mexico are inferior in quality, is this true ? : thanks. Squires aren’t made in Mexico, they’re made in Korea or Taiwan can’t remember which. They’re absolute crap so steer clear of them. You’re better off buying a used Made in USA Fender. Made in Mexico is good too. I’ve got a MIM Tele and it’s superior to my MIA Tele so figure that. If you want to go Yamaha or Ibanez make sure you’re buying a made in Japan model. The Koreans make excellent instruments but the Japanese are better at it. Squire Strats are like Epiphone Les Pauls the only similarity is the name and the shape and that’s where the similarity ends. Generally they’re crap. Off course I’m speaking in general terms and there are always exceptions.

      • #86566
        Anonymous
        Guest

        NT

      • #86535
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Fenders are cool. Personally i think that the sound of Yamahas isnt so good, but its subjective… Check out as many other guitar makes as you can before you buy, Fender and Yamaha aren’t the only ones!

    • #37733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What does anyone know about this guitar? I have one adn can learn nothing about this sweet machine.

      • #103357
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : What does anyone know about this guitar? I have one adn can learn nothing about this sweet machine.

        • #116081
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : What does anyone know about this guitar? I have one adn can learn nothing about this sweet machine. titties!

    • #37732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am seriously thinking about buying a Les Paul. How do you pick which one? What do you need to know and think about before selecting? The issues I am thinking of have to do with neck size (classic has a 59 slim taper, others are bigger) and pickups (the variations between the different models). Is the slim taper neck too weak? What about the ceramic pickups? What issues have come up with owners?

      • #87078
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you are getting a Les Paul, I suggest trying to find a HONDO Les Paul that was made in Japan in the 70s or early 80s, they are quite popular, which makes them hard to find, but thew were the best playing Les Pauls

      • #86920
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve owned several LP’s (custom, std, studio) and wish I could get a few more. If it’s raw Paul power sound you’re after I’d check out the "no frills" Studio models … mine gives all the bang for much less buck. Also, check out the higher end Epiphone LP’s (close your eye’s and you can’t tell the diff). As far as pick-ups, the 490/498 humbuckers scream. Hell, they’re all good.

      • #86545
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The questions you raise are a matter of personal preference. Best thing to do is go to a shop and try them all, there are big differences between individual guitars of the same model. Choose the one you like best. Check out some of the cheaper copies at the same time, you might get a surprise. : I am seriously thinking about buying a Les Paul. How do you pick which one? What do you need to know and think about before selecting? The issues I am thinking of have to do with neck size (classic has a 59 slim taper, others are bigger) and pickups (the variations between the different models). Is the slim taper neck too weak? What about the ceramic pickups? What issues have come up with owners?

      • #86534
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m not too familiar with the current models. I did many, many years ago buy a new Custom nick-named the "fretless wonder" because if its very low profile frets. It was fine for jazz, but I had to have the frets replaced with jumbos to play rock and blues. I don’t know if this is still a consideration, though. : I am seriously thinking about buying a Les Paul. How do you pick which one? What do you need to know and think about before selecting? The issues I am thinking of have to do with neck size (classic has a 59 slim taper, others are bigger) and pickups (the variations between the different models). Is the slim taper neck too weak? What about the ceramic pickups? What issues have come up with owners?

    • #37731
      Anonymous
      Guest

      People from the UK can’t enter. That’s very unfair.

    • #37730
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone checked out the e-h "holy grail" reverb pedal? I have a great old Princeton — without reverb — and am looking for a cheap, easy source of ‘verb. Thanks!

    • #37729
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was wondering if someone could help me. My son was given an old electric guitar. It has no manufacturers marking on it. It is a hollow body (2 F holes), two pickups, 2 black switches on the pick guard, 1 tone and 1 volume knob, sunburst, and a massive whammy bar on a spring. I am new to the guitar world so any help on what type it may be would be great! The only number on it is a small label on the back of the neck where the neck and body meet. The number is "EA 301 T". Im guessing it is an old mail order type, but who knows! Please email me with any information. [email protected]

      • #86556
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I only know of two manufacturers of electric guitars who have EA models. They are Epiphone and Washburn. If it isn’t either of them, I think you’ll probably find that it is a ( virtually ) unheard of company and might be extremely difficult or ( if they are no longer operating ) impossible to track down. Good luck with the search anyway. It’s an interesting one.

    • #37727
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i recently decided to take a cheap squier strat apart and refinish it. the finish is fine… but i had to take the guts out to do it right, and in the process i had forgotten how it went back together. i think i may have a ground wire in the wrong location because i get a real twangy sound all the time and the selector switch has basically no function. does anyone have a wiring diagram for one of these?

      • #86538
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You stupid bastard.

      • #86537
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i recently decided to take a cheap squier strat apart and refinish it. the finish is fine… but i had to take the guts out to do it right, and in the process i had forgotten how it went back together. i think i may have a ground wire in the wrong location because i get a real twangy sound all the time and the selector switch has basically no function. does anyone have a wiring diagram for one of these? Sounds like you reversed the wires and are out of phase. If your selector switch isn’t working, you’ll need to see what you did wrong, as you obviously bypassed the switch or something. Seymour Duncan’s site has a lot of great wiring diagrams that should help you out. Don’t currently have one on my web site (only one for a Strat style pick-up modification which might help). Check it out at: http://members.home.net/wilkatguitars/ Good Luck, Bill

        • #108019
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Hi Chad, I am currently doing the same thing to a Second hand strat I bought. The wiring is straight forward (for me anyway as I am an electronics tech). Basically the three pickups earth/shield wires terminate on the volume control body which is also the ground for the tone controls and output connector. The 5 way switch selects the pickups and they connect to the 3 terminals at one end of the switch. The single terminal in the middle of the switch feeds one end of the volume control. It might be easier to send you a photo.

    • #37728
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I HAVE A ROSEWOOD WASHBURN MARKED 1897 NEW MODEL. ITS A SMALL PARLOR GUITAR. WHAT IS KNOWN ABOUT THESE?

    • #37726
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject?

      • #89408
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject?

        • #111428
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject? other than http://www.howstuffworks.com

      • #86865
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject? I need help please

      • #108123
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject? Need A.S.A.P!

      • #89903
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject?

        • #107963
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject?

          • #113679
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : : I’m doing a report in school on how electric guitars work. Can someone e-mail me or give me a site telling me a bit about the subject? howstuffworks.com

    • #37724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello- I have a medaira guitar.. accoutsic, and I am trying to remove and replace the pick guard. I have got all the stain off the guitar, and am ready to refinish. Before doing so, i wanted to get this thing off, and sand and stain under there. After the stain, I will want a new pickguard to put on. Can anyone detail how to remove the pickguard? and any precautions for reinstalling a new one? If so email me at [email protected]. Thanks

      • #84483
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Um…. yeah i wanna know aswell. The guitarists from my band didnt know (im the drummer) but i think you just pull off the knobs, or… they come off with the pickguard…. i dunno: Hello- I have a medaira guitar.. accoutsic, and I am trying to remove and replace the pick guard. I have got all the stain off the guitar, and am ready to refinish. Before doing so, i wanted to get this thing off, and sand and stain under there. After the stain, I will want a new pickguard to put on. Can anyone detail how to remove the pickguard? and any precautions for reinstalling a new one? If so email me at [email protected]. : Thanks

        • #96321
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : Um…. yeah i wanna know aswell. The guitarists from my band didnt know (im the drummer) but i think you just pull off the knobs, or… they come off with the pickguard…. i dunno: Hello- I have a medaira guitar.. accoutsic, and I am trying to remove and replace the pick guard. I have got all the stain off the guitar, and am ready to refinish. Before doing so, i wanted to get this thing off, and sand and stain under there. After the stain, I will want a new pickguard to put on. Can anyone detail how to remove the pickguard? and any precautions for reinstalling a new one? If so email me at [email protected]. : : Thanks Hi, You might try useing a hand held blow dryer (hair dryer). Using light strokes back and forth, you can loosen the glue underneath. Don’t let the dryer sit to long in one spot. Just keep working it, and eventually it will loosen enough for you to get a very thin putty knife under it! Do not force the knife. You might want to perform this operation, while you are heating the pick guard, because, as soon as you release the heat, it may become more difficult to remove the pickgaurd. Whatever you do, don’t force it! Use patience, and your efforts will be rewarded! Hope i helped you?…Jerry

    • #37725
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I play a cheap Fender Squier Bullet that sounds really good except when i turn the volume up just a bit with distorsion there is just too much feedback. I would like to know if wax potting is good, or do the noise reduction effect pedals work to cancel feedback. Thanx for any help.

    • #37722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just recently bought a peavey special 212 which has a footswitchable effects loop and i am trying to use my boss me30 on the effects loop however it sometimes seems to lose signal sometimes it crackles with static it seems to not get tone when trying to use tuner function on and off. if anyone has had any experience with this or something similar that can suggest a solution or some alternative i would appreciate it. jeff

    • #37723
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hjhgj

      • #100737
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hjhgj zxczxczxczxc

    • #37719
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a guitar signed origanally by def leapord. the company in Reynold is it a famous one

    • #37720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, im a big guitar players and pretty damn good too but i dont really know much about the guitars themselves. I have a problem…i have a Gibson Epiphone Les Paul and the strings keep breaking, is it the bridge at the bottom or just the way i play ?

      • #87089
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It could be that either the saddle or the nut (depending on where it is breaking) is a little rough or has a burr, you can take real fine wet or dry sandpaperto it, or 0000 steel wool, but i suggest having a luthier do it for you. I uase D’Addario half sizes strings (.095 up) and seldom break strings

      • #86403
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hey, im a big guitar players and pretty damn good too but i dont really know much about the guitars themselves. I have a problem…i have a Gibson Epiphone Les Paul and the strings keep breaking, is it the bridge at the bottom or just the way i play ? Assuming you’re not thrashing the hell out of it, or bending the strings around the backside of the neck regularly, I’d say you might want to check the tail piece first. Tune-O-Matic tali pieces can often have very sharp edges around the holes, and particularly if the tail piece is mounted a lot lower than the bridge, the strings get cut there. I have had to file the holes to get a bevelled edge, and sometimes raise the tail piece to reduce the stress angle and avoid (or minimize) contact with the strings (usually more of a problem on the treble side, but I’ve seen a lot of bass side E and A strings break too due to this. Also check the saddles themselves for sharp or poorly filed grooves. Check out guitar tips on my web site at: http://members.home.net/wilkatguitars/ Good Luck, Bill

    • #37721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you are Interested to see my telecaster with Bigsby check out our home page http://www.twofortheroad.info There you´ll find also cool pics with Brian!

      • #113209
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey, you have a tele with a bigsby? does it stay in tune?i’m preparing to install the bigsby, b-16 (that’s the one i need right?), on the tele and to resolve the bigsby’s defective detuning problem i was talking to a guy the other day and he told me: "I had a Bigsby installed on an SG that I had a Tune-o-matic bridge installed on that originally had a Bigsby on it that wouldn’t stay in tune at all. The installer said it’s all in carving the nut out enough to let the strings move freely." What do you think about this comment? and what about the combination of changing to Shaller locking tuners, a shaller rolling nut,and a tune-o-matic or shaller bridge with the bigsby? would i run into any problems. ( i like putting on .10-.46 sized strings. i don’t know if this would be a factor, would it?) do you think it would still go out of tune??? if so what would be the best combination or other option??? thank you very much for your time, eric PS is there a shaller rolling bridge made for telecasters? and also would you happen to know anyone who could do this in LA, cali.? thanks again.

    • #37715
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I don’t know if its billy thorpe that sings Most People I know (think that i’m crazy) or if thats even the name of the song. But does anyone know where i can find it?

      • #86905
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can’t remember the chords this time of morning but if you can get it on some recent Australian compilation releases- Beer Drinking songs – and the like. Billt was also quite popular in USA where he lived (L.A.)for many years. Scour the back catalogues is the best advise I can give. Billy Thorpe and earlier material by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs

        • #92832
          Anonymous
          Guest

          need to know guitartabs for australian song a pub with no beer and lyrics and tablature for ‘duncan’ beggining ‘ i like o have a beer with duncan’

    • #37716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, My name is André Zweistra i’m 38 years of age and i’ve played bass, harmonica and sung in many bands, since the age of 14. Mostly with songs of my own. In recent years i’ve played and recorded mostly on my own. Unlike the bass, i’ve played the guitar mostly to accompany my singing and to write songs. Apart from some lessons, you can say i’m a selftaught man, both on bass as on guitar. I wonder if there are any among you about my age, who still make progress on guitar despite the fact that they, as me, don’t got too much musical aducation background. How is your experience with learning new styles, for instance? Sincerely; André Zweistra

      • #87450
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hallo, Mijn naam is Henk Zweistra. ik heb jouw naam gevonden via de zoekmachines toen ik (weer) begon met mijn hobby: stamboomonderzoek. Op de meest onbekende sites kom ik de naam Zweistra tegen, zo ook nu. Wil je misschien jouw gegevens mailen? Uiteraard wordt daar alleen in dit verband gebruik van gemaakt. Het gaat me voorlopig alleen om de directe afstammingslijn. Dat betekent dat ik op zoek ben naar de ouders en geboortedatum en plaats van jouwzelf en je ouders. Wat mij betreft: ik kom uit de Rotterdamse tak en ben in 1947 geboren. Nu werkzaam als docent in het voortgezet onderwijs. Graag jouw reactie. Met vriendelijke groeten, H.Zweistra

    • #37717
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a 1979 gibson sonix solid body lettel beat up but plays great has 2 honeycomb demarseo pickups one wight one black hot pickups sound good neck is perfect good action willing to tradeit for telecaster of same year nashvill tele or b-bender or standerd gibson is worth 1200 bucks thanks

    • #37718
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, im Ed and i was just wondering if anybody knew how good Hohner Accoustic Gituars are? If you can tell me please E-mail me A.S.A.P

    • #37713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, im Ed and i was just wondering if anybody knew how good Hohner Accoustic Gituars are? If you can tell me please E-mail me A.S.A.P

    • #37714
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an older Martin D28 that I want to preserve the acoustic sound without drilling it. I am considering a Peavy Ecoustic Amp and a Shure SM 57 mike. Has anyone tried this combo? Any suggestions?

    • #37712
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you know of any one who owns one of these contact me, i would like to know some history about them, like why are all the ones i find on the net made in japan and mine is american

      • #81248
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : If you know of any one who owns one of these contact me, i would like to know some history about them, like why are all the ones i find on the net made in japan and mine is american

        • #92189
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : i recently came to own one and all i have been able to find out is that all of them are assembled in japan. the model was a 1990 to 1992 theme guitar. the hmt means heavy metal telecaster. mine is also a fender usa but the back plate on the inside says assembled in japan. they retail for about $400 much to my dismay. i got mine for $150 and had to get some peices for the floyd rose system. mine plays like a dream but the real hope was to restore and sell it. i would still make double what i paid but i was hoping the rarity would make it more valuable. the original came with two humbuckers and in 1992 it came with a single coil fender lace sensor and a humbucker. mine has these so it is definetly a 1992. the two previous years are difficult to date. but at least it is a 50 50 chance of guessing the right one. well that is all i’ve got. i am still looking for more info like actual manufacturer city or a more appealing price rate.

    • #37711
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am looking to purchase an esp kerry king v.

      • #83849
        Anonymous
        Guest

        they dont exist idiot

      • #82233
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i am looking to purchase an esp kerry king v. bc rich makes not jackson or esp

      • #95298
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i am looking to purchase an esp kerry king v. -jackson makes the king v. dumbass. $475 list cdn

        • #115993
          Anonymous
          Guest

          He was talking about the ESP Kerry King signature model dipshit. Not the King V. Get your facts straight before you make asshole comments next time…

        • #115991
          Anonymous
          Guest

        • #115295
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i am looking to purchase an esp kerry king v. : -jackson makes the king v. dumbass. $475 list cdn Yeah, Jackson makes the King V, but ESP made Kerry King’s signature V a few years ago. Now B.C. Rich makes them. But ESP did in fact make Kerry’s V… there was a black bolt-on one and a Red/Black Crackle neck-thru one.

        • #112193
          Anonymous
          Guest

          ESP made a Kerry King signature V a few years ago. They stopped making them in ’97 I think. Here’s the pics… dumbass http://web.archive.org/web/19970703025541/www.espguitars.com/king.html

        • #103404
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i am looking to purchase an esp kerry king v. : -jackson makes the king v. dumbass. $475 list cdn The signature v costs over $1400 dumbass

    • #37710
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just received my Les Paul copy today from a Yahoo auction, just wanted to report for all of you who have been waiting to hear. I looked it over, looks good (no binding, but I think it looks better without it actuaully), plays nice, plugged into my Peavey Bandit, it sounds great. Overall I’m very happy with it, for $145, you can’t beat it.

    • #37708
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I own a tweed colored fender blues deville amp with two twelve inch speakers that was made in 1995 or 1996… the very last year that fender made the blues deville before it was replaced by the hot rod deville. Anyway it picks up a strong radio signal, unfortunately from the top 40 station. It used to only happen my wah or fuzz pedal was turned on, but that was at my old residence. Now it happens all the time. I would really like to know why this happens and what I can do to stop it from happening. It is almost impossible to play because I am competing with the volume of the top 40 station. I would appreciate any advice. Thanks, Brian

      • #86383
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Are you using a shielded instrument cable? If you aren’t, that could be where your problem lies. Go buy one.

    • #37709
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does any body know the chords to "you are my sunshine" ????

      • #93248
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does any body know the tab to "you are my sunshine" ????

      • #96766
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does any body know the chords to "you are my sunshine" ????Its done in the key of G, use G, D7, G7, and C, if you need it written out e-mail me and I will be happy to send it to you.

    • #37707
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What is the difference between a studio and standard les paul?

    • #37706
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi. does anybody knows what’s the name of the "wah" tha gilmour (pink) uses to modulate the sound of the guitar with his mouth? somebody told me it’s called VOCODER… is it right? help me please… Tommaso

      • #86768
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Dude… its a talk box Rocktron makes one so does alot of othere companies! check it out

    • #37705
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i picked up this haundi bass for practically nothing….now a friend thinks it might be worth money. the trouble is i can not find anything about it on the net….can anyone help

      • #108448
        Anonymous
        Guest

        O.K…this is a HYUNDAI bass..i had the spelling wrong…if anyone knows anything about this bass, please let me know

        • #119858
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i have to find this out for science for 2 A’s

    • #37702
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, Does anybody know who the Epiphone of Paul Reed Smith Guitars is? In other words: What is the best PRS Clone out there? I’ve read some good story’s about the Dillion DR500, but I don’t remember ever seeing one. Jonah

      • #86394
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I just got a prs clone made by dillion i highly reccomend them I bought it for $400 US. U can tell that it doesnt play quite as good as a prs but it is an excellent value for hte quality id give it a 10 out a 10

    • #37704
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi. I’m looking for a good video and audio guitar lessons. david

    • #37703
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have 1947 gretch newyorker it’s around that year my aunt bought after the war i would like to know about it the value and anything you could tell me about it inside the top f-hole in pencil is 475 mahalo mauirocks

    • #37701
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Stereo to mono cable for ES 345

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Stereo to mono cable for ES 345

    • #37700
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know where I can find the chords for this song or can anyone tell me them? thanks

      • #84626
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does anyone know where I can find the chords for this song or can anyone tell me them? thanks http://www.guntheranderson.com/v/data/meandyou.htm

      • #82336
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : does anyone know where I can find the chords for this song or can anyone tell me them? thanks You’ll find the chords to this song at Fretplay.com

    • #37699
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I wonder if anyone can give me an idea as to how much these are worth? 1963 Fender Telecaster – VGC + original case. 1967 Gretsch Black Hawk – again VGC with original case. Thanks

      • #113671
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi! I need a price for an AC30 copper top, no top boost circa 64-67, good condition.

    • #37698
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is my Martin for real?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Is my Martin for real?

    • #37697
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve been playing guitar for 4 years (since I was ten). My parents had bought me a mexican fender strat. I want to get a better guitar but don’t want to spend thousands on, say a les paul. Would it be worth upgrading to an American Strat or what other options would i have?

      • #86532
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’ve been playing guitar for 4 years (since I was ten). My parents had bought me a mexican fender strat. I want to get a better guitar but don’t want to spend thousands on, say a les paul. Would it be worth upgrading to an American Strat or what other options would i have? The choices today are endless, and there is a lot of good stuff to choose from (I know, I build custom electric guitars and basses). If your style is limited to rock, the Strats have always been a great choice, as well as Les Pauls. PRS are great too. I favour Strats over Les Pauls, but this is a personal thing and you usually know when you try the axe out. That’s why I build custom guitars, because everybody seems to like certain features of one guitar or another, and they all have their own flavor and sound. My guitars combine a little of Strat, a little of Les Paul, and little of my own personal tastes. Oh, and if money’s a problem, check out Washburn and Ibanez too. And if you can go a bit higher, you might want to buy one of my axes ! Check out my web site at: http://members.home.net/wilkatguitars/ Happy Hunting, Bill

      • #86377
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you must have rich parents dont waste yer hard earnt ringets on a strat. i personally think strats are the most over-rated guitars of all time. see what a paul reed smith santana SE sells for rond where you come from. there made in like a jap factory, but to prs specs, and with prs pickups. hot guitars for the money, they lik 1800 au$ (bout 800 us). would recomend one

        • #86744
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Dude I think you gotta go with the american strat, there is a difference. If you want a different body style try a fender toronado or telecaster those kick ass. Stick with some sort of fender

          • #88622
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I agree with the first dude, the toronado is great. It has a great feel and it is just awesome. look more into it.

        • #107915
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : you must have rich parents : dont waste yer hard earnt ringets on a strat. i personally think strats are the most over-rated guitars of all time. : see what a paul reed smith santana SE sells for rond where you come from. there made in like a jap factory, but to prs specs, and with prs pickups. hot guitars for the money, they lik 1800 au$ (bout 800 us). would recomend one i wouldent say they are over rated ive been playing them for years and i love them . i just sold a les paul to buy another strat it all depends on what u want to use it for a strat is far more versitile than a les paul or prs . if u like the strat you have got pehaps you could try a japenise squier but it has to be 70s or 80s model and have jv on the serial on the back of the neck ,some people say that they are a far better quility guitar that a american strat . also the tex mex fender isent a bad option to go for either

          • #108006
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Hey… I’ve been playing guitar for like 6 years (throughout my extended stay at Kent State) anyway Upgrading??? I don’t really think that you should look at it that way. I’m in your same boat and I bought, traded, and sold constantly trying to get a better guitar? But what means better???? That is all up to you!!!! I currently play a Roadhouse Strat..a 60’s Gibson ES 120T… A 79 les Paul, an unknown japanese Jackson & A Marshall Half stack.. Yeah I have wasted a lot of money on guitar stuff. I know. But among all these things I don’t think one is overated over another (except my Marshall Sucks) Take a look at what you.. like to play (stylewise, fretboard wise). Look at the guy from Nirvana Cobain who played rip off strats and he found a niche. The best thing you can do is find friends who like to play. Play their instruments or find a store who doesn’t mind if you put in some time on different instruments etc to get a feel for what you like. Overated however I can’t agree. The only thing that can be overated is the service a company offers if it breaks. cuz it really sucks when your lone axe is in the shop for 6 months or they don’t cover it under warranty and you shell at big bux. Otherwise it is up to the musician to make it sing. If one was clearly better than the other than than everyone from Hank to Hendrix would be playing (or would have played) the same thing! Anyway take it from someone who has played a ton of guitars(from the cheapest to the most expensive) Unless you want to spend all your duckets on gear look way further than just price as an upgrade criteria. Bassfisherman88

    • #37694
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i would like to see pic of some other ones

      • #86906
        Anonymous
        Guest

        One of the Australian Music shops with an on line shop has a pic, can’t remember which one. suggest search on http://www.google.com for guitar australia – that’s where I found it

    • #37696
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Im searching parts for my framus strato de luxe. tremolo pickups elektronik usw

      • #87065
        Anonymous
        Guest

        rotsa ruck! but, I am a framus fan, just finished a Cd that I used a framus acoustic on, my freinds all rave about how unique my acoustic guitar is, and how well it plays and sounds. My brothr brought it back from Germany in the 70s,. the neck stays PERFECT, never changes. i also recorded with a framus bass for years

    • #37695
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Jason Nesmith just put out a new record on his website http://www.jasonnesmith.com. It is fantastic. Sort of mellow psycadelic rock with beautiful guitars and wonderful melodies Check out his site for free mp3 samples

      • #83315
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Jason Nesmith has a new record called "Portrait" it is available on his website jasonnesmith.com Check it out it kicks ass!

    • #37692
      Anonymous
      Guest

      gotoh skull tuners

      This popular thread has been given its own page : gotoh skull tuners

    • #37693
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone seen this guitar for sale lately? Thanks, Bob http://home.earthlink.net/~ping45/JAZZYBOB.html

    • #37690
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello my name is martin and i am from Denmark. I will like to find out what tom delonge from blink 182(guitar)amp settings is if any one nows i will be very happy. thanks

      • #85069
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I know one for All The Small Things, you set the Treble to7, Mids to 4, Bass to 8, and Reverb(if you have it) to 1

    • #37691
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know a source of reproduction fender logos? I have seen some auctioned on ebay however, somewhere closer to Australia (or a reliable overseas source) would be better. The guitar I have aquired would never pass as a genuine fender in a pink fit, the logo is only required for my own please. If anyone has some information please contact me. thanks Aaron Cliff

      • #97588
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check out my site for reproduction logos!

        • #113988
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Scott, what is the URL for your site? Thanks! : Check out my site for reproduction logos!

    • #37689
      Anonymous
      Guest

      wherecan I find tabs from Tommy Emmanuel

      • #86883
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try danmansmusic.com this site has an excellent library though there is probably only 1 or 2 of Tom’s songs tabbed on it. Have a feeling I have seen a publication in the Australian shops with TAB??

    • #37688
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought my guitar used and i want to clean the fret board but how will i get strings off properly(im a totaly newbie). P.S. I still want to use the same strings

      • #86543
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Don’t take the strings off completely, just loosen them a bit. Clean one side of the fretboard at once, then let it dry etc, tighten the strings on that side and do the same on the other side. Is that acoustic or electric?

    • #37687
      Anonymous
      Guest

      anyone have a dillion guitar and if so please tell

      • #103181
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : anyone have a dillion guitar and if so please tell I have two Dillion, a PRS copy and a Les Paul Goldtop copy. What would you like to know?

    • #37686
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please help me find my stolen guitar! $1000.00 reward!!! Cherry plaintop Les Paul w/Bigsby tremolo arm, nickel hardware , no "les paul" on headstock, serial number 8 7145 historic re-issue If you see this guitar please let me know, it was stolen in ’99 in the valley area of Los Angeles. no questions asked, $1000.00 reward

    • #37685
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Alguien es aficionado al flamenco???? Escribeme y hablaremos.

      • #86209
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I don’t know what this means but if you like Flamenco I have some posted online at ampcast.com/sologuitar, with links to free scores and lessons, Jim in Canada : Alguien es aficionado al flamenco???? : Escribeme y hablaremos.

      • #86224
        Anonymous
        Guest

        HEY, do you speak English!?What are you saying? I love "Flamenco" guitar. Its right up there with Classical. Yea, Paco rules, Gypsy Kings too! How about Stunz & Farah? Forgive me if I seem loud, I’m just drunk! Please reply in English. Later.

    • #37684
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want you to send me some effect configurations on GFX4. I made some effects my self, but I’d like to have some more.

    • #37682
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My scales are still very slow; my voice is tring to keep up.Any advice?

      • #86202
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ok, I’ll be honest…. Iv’e got a good buzz goin’ on. What the Fuck is your question? Scales? Really, if you want a serious answer, BE more specific. I don’t mind trying to help out, just let me know what your asking. If I had a dollar for every dumb question on this site, I would be a rich man. This goes to everyone……… At least type like you’ve past the 3rd grade, O.K? Sorry if I offend……… Its been a long night. Honestly, I will try to answer your question……. IF I KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT.

    • #37681
      Anonymous
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    • #37683
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about a Gibson J45-CM. I am considering one, but don’t know that much about it. Serial #90144013. owner says that there is minor checking on the back of the guitar, but otherwise it is in excellent condition. How much should I offer?

    • #37679
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old gibson acustic guitar the serial number is 3767. Can you help with letting me know how old and a possible value. Thanks, Kevin

      • #103875
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a gibson C1 Classic Serial # 850035. Please tell me more about this guitar and what year it was made – also, what is it’s vale? Thanks

    • #37680
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got a Fender Strat and it is in very good condition normal wear with hardshell case Red with white pic guard. Lazer-Sensor pick ups how much do you think i could get for it

    • #37678
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HI i,m looking for a software that works as a lead effect i would be so happy if you help me

      • #86215
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : HI : i,m looking for a software that works as a lead effect : i would be so happy if you help me get sumtin by digitech. its cheep and great. (RP series)

    • #37677
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have a copy of Benda Sonata in D or Minuet in C Minor for guitar? If not, do you know where I might find free downloadable sheet music?

    • #37676
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello I have a 1970 D-35 and I want to install an acoustic pickup on it and I’m looking for suggestions and opinions on which pickup, or pickup system would work best. Thanks for your time. Larry

    • #37675
      Anonymous
      Guest

      And I’m talking about a pedal version, not rack. I’m also looking for something under $100, so help me out please

      • #86362
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The old Boss CS-2’s were good.Also the MXR’s were kinda cool.

    • #37673
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi everyone! im considering making a guitar purchase on a great used guitar.. here’s the one flaw on the guitar tho.. as the seller put it, "someone has etched the name of a band on the face. It’s hardly noticeable, easily repairable." does anyone know what a repair on an "etching" on a guitar might be? ill assume that it was probably done w/ a razor, since "etching" seems to suggest such a scenario. does anyone here have any idea what it might cost to repair such damage to the finish of a guitar? a rough estimate perhaps? it seems that it was an "attempt" to etch on the guitar.. so that the person didnt get very far if its "not very noticeable".. so maybe it wouldnt be that expensive? just thought someone might be able to provide some insight on this query. if you could, please post here.. or preferrably email me at [email protected] or [email protected] thank you. regards, VIC

      • #86195
        Anonymous
        Guest

        How deep is it? I would suggest sanding it down with a light grade sandpaper ( like 600) then try buffing it. If the guitar is really cool, get it anyways. You can always repaint it later on if what I said does not work. Oh, is it electric or acoustic?

        • #107819
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Etching, hmmm. Was it really scratched into the top coat, or attempted using some form of acid? You see some really strnage things out there! Yeah, you can often remove some fool’s damage by sanding it out, just realize that the attempted repair may stand out from the rest of the surface, possibly requiring you to sand the rest to make it match. I often use 1500 grit for final wet sanding before polishing, although sometimes 600 is adequate. Check out my guitar tips on my web site at: http://members.home.net/wilkatguitars/ You’ll find tips on a number of things including scratch repair. If you’re not comfortable doing it yourself, check with a pro. Luthier’s are much better equipped for this than the average player/owner, and they can tell you the consequences of a do-it-yourself repair. I’m not kidding when I say it may stand out from the rest of the body (in fact it will likely appear smooth but dull compared to the balance of the finish). A lot depends on the final rubbing out and polishing which requires a high quality rubbing compound, a good polishing wheel (or a lot of elbow grease). Sometimes it’s best to just leave it alone, and just clean it up, and live with it (unless it’s a really valuable axe!). Good Luck!

        • #107805
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : How deep is it? I would suggest sanding it down with a light grade sandpaper ( like 600) then try buffing it. : If the guitar is really cool, get it anyways. You can always repaint it later on if what I said does not work. Oh, is it electric or acoustic? The guitar is electric. Its a 90s model Gibson Les Paul Jr. Lite SE. The seller tells me that there is a light scratch on the surface.. he says he is the second owner of the guitar.. that he bought it in this condition.. and that its barely noticeable. it looks like someone tried to scratch a name into it with a blade of some sort. i havent seen the guitar yet. but i hope to by this weekend. thank you for the info so far 🙂 -VIC

    • #37674
      Anonymous
      Guest

      a GUITARD!! Your chuckle for the day.

    • #37672
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My lovely asat special has way too much boom when played through either rhe old fender bandmaster or the little fender m80. has any one else had this problem and is the remedy only changing pick ups? And does anyone know where the hell phill lonergan of medford is?!

    • #37670
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok, what type of distortion does Tom Delonge(Blink 182) use?

      • #86730
        Anonymous
        Guest

        MESA BOOGIE TRIPLE RECTIFIER.DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR AND BUY A TOOL RECORD.

      • #86194
        Anonymous
        Guest

        he gets his jack, sticks it in a big pile of shit tom is the most over-rated guitarist of all time

        • #86710
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : he gets his jack, sticks it in a big pile of shit : tom is the most over-rated guitarist of all time

    • #37669
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve got one I bought in 1971. Any idea what it’s worth? I don’t even know for certain that it’s got a serial number on it….Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    • #37671
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve got one I bought in 1971. Any idea what it’s worth? I don’t even know for certain that it’s got a serial number on it….Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    • #37668
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Looking for feedback and comments on our new product.

    • #37667
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lets compare custom presets like from bands and crap to make our sound best.

    • #37666
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a digitech Rp-2000. can anyone want to give me sum tips on how i could get the sound from weezers’ say it aint so (the clean stuff they do in the begining and through most of the song). id greatly appreciate it. If you have an RP2000 multieffects procesor, that would help, other wise, just gimme sum effects and setting i could mess with.

    • #37665
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Marshall Amplification T-shirts on eBay. http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/electropulse/

    • #37663
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone out there know? Why someone would have a classical 19 fret guitar reworked to be a 30 fret instrument. I recently aquired a S. YAIRI beutiful instrument that this was done to, and am having one heck of a time bringing it into tune. Any information would be greatly appriciated.. Thanks, George

    • #37662
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Rite a friend of mine got a stagemaster not to long ago, he decided he needed new strings, he didnt know much about the floyd rose locking system. So he de-stringed the entrie thing, now the locks for the strings have sunk down and are in-accessible unless u left them up!! How do u fix this? Thanx alot, e-mail me please

    • #37664
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey you guys out there. Does anybody of you know, where I can find the tabulature picking of that song from Tom Petty, whitch is called Angel Dream?

      • #99051
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Goto TABCRAWLER.COM or GUITARTABS.CC

    • #37660
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please help me!How can i get "Power Acords"on my guitar?????? Please describe it!Thanks and sorry for my bad english,Steve!

      • #86207
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Please help me!How can i get "Power Acords"on my guitar?????? : Please describe it!Thanks and sorry for my bad english,Steve! go to http://www.tabcrawler.com and look under ‘heavy metal lesson’ and see if it helps

    • #37659
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I dont know much about bass guitars but i am looking for one and an amp to go with it but i can only spend about £150 do u have n e recomendation thanx

      • #86216
        Anonymous
        Guest

        have a look around at musiciansfriend.com, you’ll find something under 150

    • #37661
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ok i have an esp f-200, and im running a Peavy Butcher 100w tube head and a randal cab with 4 75 8 ohm celestions. now im also running to a metal zone as well because i wanna just get some insane heavy sound. now me and my drummer are playing in his garage, and im sure the half stack shoould be loud to play with or over the drums. im running to a metal zone as well, but the thing is i get so much god damn feedback in there, but when i plug staright through amp distortion i get barely any feedback and it is loud as hell! BUT! the distortion doesnt have any crunch or power, has no power behind it, sounds wimpy. i wanna know, is it good to use a distortion pedal with a guitar that has active pickups, or is it best to use amp distortion? and if its amp distortion how can i get the amp distortion to gimme more chunck? any recommendations on what i should get? maybe the metal zone isnt a good pedal with my guitar? or i dunno someone help. also can it be the way we are set up in the garage? i get way too much feedback in there, especially with this guitar. ok thnx…..

      • #86378
        Anonymous
        Guest

        mate if youve got a gain level on your clean channel (the one you use with the pedal) turn that all the way down, crank up the level and then turn the gain up to boot. To get a more metal sound out of your amp, crank the mid all the way down, and plenty of bass and top end. Active pick ups kick arse with amp drive, coz they pump more signal in. Its probly not a pedal problem. It your amp is more than, say 12 months old you might need to replace the pre-amp tubes (12ax7’s), and maybe the power tubes (6L6gc’s). Sovtek are pretty cheap and hef a mad sounds. Hope this helps bro

        • #107913
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hey buddy thnx man im gonna give it a try! 😀

    • #37658
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I intend to built it by myself. If you know about some schematic, please contact me.

      • #89339
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I intend to built it by myself. If you know about some schematic, please contact me.

        • #91872
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I intend to built it by myself. If you know about some schematic guitar preamplifier, please contact me. thanks.

    • #37657
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am looking for sunhouse tabs can any1 help me??????

      • #102513
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : : i am looking for sunhouse tabs can any1 help me??????

    • #37656
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello from steinburg ! can somebody tell me the web adress from charvell-guitars ? grü – tze beilfuss

      • #86191
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try http://www.jacksonguitars.com Maybe someone there can help you further. Also, do a web search for Wayne Charvel, after all that is the guy’s name. Hope this helps. Later.

        • #113159
          Anonymous
          Guest

          how much for a charvel "journeyman" without all the fancy paint job. just bright red w/black hardware & 1 stacked humbucker jb (neck) 1 reg. jb humbuckers (bridge), and san dimas neck. : Also, do a web search for Wayne Charvel, after all that is the guy’s name. : Hope this helps. Later.

    • #37654
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Help I’m coming over to Melbourne for a short trip next week and want to take a look at some bass guitars etc. Whats the best shop in town. Sean

      • #97401
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am beginning the bass guitar in my spare time and am looking for a shop to sell me one for under $100 in the eastern suburbs of melbourne. thanks xoxo

      • #103342
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Help : I’m coming over to Melbourne for a short trip next week and want to take a look at some bass guitars etc. : Whats the best shop in town. : Sean Im not going there but to look, thank you

    • #37655
      Anonymous
      Guest

      YAIRI GAKKI LTD.

      This popular thread has been given its own page : YAIRI GAKKI LTD.

    • #37650
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lion image on head stock know it dates back between 1930—1960 era light brown in color presumed it to be a silvertone or kay will provide picture if needed please help identify this guitar

    • #37651
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does johnson make good guitars? my friend told me they’re really junky, but they’re cheap so i want one. i just wanted to get some more people’s opinions.

      • #99583
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The question about johnson guitars was answered for me a few days ago.I work in a professional studio one of the guys had forgotten his bass we were able to borrow a johnson from the local store it was they brought it in with the price tag on it 149.00 I said no way ,but there was a way,it was incredible,that bass was played on some sound trax that we recreate for a very large dist.I played a 5 string a few days ago,I have played alot of bass guitars that were way expensive and could not close to the feel of that neck and chording it was a pleasure instead of a task,for the price I don’t believe you can get any better for pro or beginner.

        • #110979
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : The question about johnson guitars was answered for me a few days ago.I work in a professional studio one of the guys had forgotten his bass we were able to borrow a johnson from the local store they brought it in with the price tag on it 149.00 I said no way ,but there was a way,it was incredible,that bass was played on some sound trax that we recreate for a very large dist.I played a 5 string a few days ago,I have played alot of bass guitars that were way expensive and could not come close to the feel of that neck and chording it was a pleasure instead of a task,for the price I don’t believe you can get any better for pro or beginner.

      • #98310
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes they are very good. I have the Thin-body w/ 4-band EQ. It sounds really great. It is the Best guitar i have every played. I suggest getting one.

      • #86214
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a Johnsson Dobro. Exellent player and cheap. http://artists.mp3s.com/artist_images/74/slide_man.html

        • #114321
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I have a Johnson Dreadnaught Guitar JG-625-N. I baught it from my cousin for 20$. How much do they go for?

    • #37653
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a squire Stratacaster is that a good one. Please E-mail me

    • #37652
      Anonymous
      Guest

      wanted!! schematic roland GK-2A guitar midi interface controller! thanks,and greetings from Aris in the netherlands

    • #37649
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how do you set up the action

      • #86200
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : how do you set up the action I presume you’re talking about string height, neck adjustment, etc.? Check out my guitar tips at: http://members.home.net/wilkatguitars/ You should the details you’re looking for. Later, Bill

    • #37647
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I play a tele through a Fender deville 2×12 tube amp and I am looking for some good, warm, affordable compressore for use on stage. What a’ you know.

    • #37648
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am thhinking of purchessing a gibson les paul stidio guitar and i was wondering roughly how much one is likely to cost. i dont mind if it is second hand. thanks.

      • #86192
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve got a 1994 Studio, black with chrome hardware and black inlays on the neck. It’s for sale, $850. There’s not a scratch on it, F’in beautiful. I’m a Fender man, so I don’t use it anymore. If interested, email me. I’ll send photos.

        • #115600
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hello hello, not sure if you still have it… id like to see some pics… and where do you live? because it might cause a problem… adios milos

    • #37646
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anybody tell me where to find "America", "La Bamba" and "Lemontree". Thanks

      • #102705
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can anybody tell me where to find "Michael". Thanks Sandro; Brazil

      • #102704
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can anybody tell me where to find "Michael". Thanks Sandro; Brazil

    • #37645
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone seen the new Metallica DVD about the classic album. I want to know if its the same shit as the year and a half DVD because I dont want to buy the same footage. Let me know. 20 Bucks are at stake!!!

    • #37644
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How much is my Epiphone (Special) Sg Model? S#: RA99090479 If you can help, that would be great… THANKS!!!

      • #96932
        Anonymous
        Guest

        as much as you, and thats not much…jerk

      • #89009
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : How much is my Epiphone SG special : S#: RA99090479 : If you can help, that would be great… : THANKS!!!

      • #86227
        Anonymous
        Guest

        bout 275 australian $$$$

        • #86771
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I just bought one yesterday. It lists for about $299 American. Used the usually go for somewhere in the 150-250 range, depending on condition. I got a really good deal on mine. I paid $192 for it brand new. It is a fabulous guitar.

    • #37643
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Madeira A-40 that is about 25 years old. I know it was distributed by Guild and made in Japan. Does anyone have any more info about this model? Thanks for your help.

    • #37642
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’m just starting to play the guitar, and all i’ve got is this beat up old acoustic. its literally held togehter with masking tape – very sad looking. so i’m looking to buy an electric. i dont want to spend a lot of money and i’m primarily gonna be playing punk. i found some cheap johnson guitars on ebay for like $100, but i dunno if those are the best for playing punk. so give me some suggestions on what type i should get. thanks

      • #86398
        Anonymous
        Guest

        look around, try to pick yourself up a second hand epiphone Les Pual or SG. They are a lot more meaty sounding than a strat replica, wich is probly just going to fall to shit after a few months.

      • #107692
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey man your in luck Im selling an Ibanez guitar. It was my first guitar and even after having better guitars, I still love it’s sound. I got a picture of it if you want to see it. http://www.geocities.com/nrikneo2001/sexdrugsandheavymetal.html

      • #86055
        Anonymous
        Guest

        TRY A YAMAHA PACIFICA, THEY ARE EASY TO PLAY AND VERY GOOD GUITARS FOR THE MONEY.

    • #37640
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have several older guitars that the necks are bowed and just generally out of line.I have found no information on how to straighten them that don’t have rods.I don’t think any of them need a reset but that may be part of the process,I have done resets with no problem,I just need to know about tools jigs or whatever to straighten them.I guess a twisted neck would be worse than a bent one.Any help would be appriciated. Thanks,JW

    • #37641
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have several older guitars that the necks are bowed and just generally out of line.I have found no information on how to straighten them that don’t have rods.I don’t think any of them need a reset but that may be part of the process,I have done resets with no problem,I just need to know about tools jigs or whatever to straighten them.I guess a twisted neck would be worse than a bent one.Any help would be appriciated. Thanks,JW

    • #37639
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i luv guitars so i’ll t2yl well bye o yea ps I LOVE GUITARS!!!!!!!!!

    • #37638
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got an old Ibanez GRX-45 Guitar for sale. Its not the greatest guitar but it got me off to a good start. great sound for low cost.

    • #37637
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Carvin AE185 FOR SALE

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Carvin AE185 FOR SALE

    • #37636
      Anonymous
      Guest

      musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks musicians friend sucks- warped necks and crooks

      • #81822
        Anonymous
        Guest

        musician’s friend does suck. they messed up my order and one of my friends and they suck at sending return free coupons and they suck ass at getting things to you when they say. Interstate music fuckin rocks!

      • #86071
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That’s funny, I’ve dealt with them many, many times without any trouble. Don’t forget about that 30 day trial period. Just save your invoice!

    • #37635
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi! I play a mex strat through dunlop wah, boss chorus and boss metal zone, and the hum and buzzing freak me out. Is there any way I could get rid of them without loosing any feedback (I play in a noise band and feedback is really important to me)? Would installing fender noiseless pickups do me any good, and do noise reduction units kill feedback? Thanks!

      • #86047
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Replace the stock pickups. The originals will always buzz and hum. Try some Seymour Duncan Hot Rails. They will fit in your Strat and are really high output.

    • #37633
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Right now I’m about to buy a whole new set of effect pedals, only I need some tips from you guys, I don’t have the luxury of going out and testing all that’s on the market right now, so give me your best shot. If its any help, I play soft to up-tempo, alternative rock

      • #87084
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have been playing since 1965, and by far the best stomp box i have ever had is my TONE WORKS AX1G, it has everything in it for what one effect used to cost in a stomper. I cannot rave about this thing enough, it is a little noisey but has a noise reduction that is adjustable, and I have recorded direct into a board with it. It is quieter than a zoom 505 and is more versitile, and has a fantastic WAH WAH in it

      • #86381
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’d suggest an overdrive TS-9/OD-3.A DD3 or PS-2 delay,you’ll need a good chorus CS-9 or Maxon.The other stuff is optional,but I think those three are basic for your style. Hope this helps

    • #37634
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My boyfriend has an Ovation Celbrity twelve string acoustic…….yeah, it’s pretty damn fine guitar…anyway, his problem isn’t that I play his guitar too much, it’s that I just hold it and masturbate. I feel sooooooo good holding that guitar it’s really smooth and it slides up and down so slowly and gently………what can I do to give him back that guitar without buying my own?

      • #85032
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : My boyfriend has an Ovation Celbrity twelve string acoustic…….yeah, it’s pretty damn fine guitar…anyway, his problem isn’t that I play his guitar too much, it’s that I just hold it and masturbate. I feel sooooooo good holding that guitar it’s really smooth and it slides up and down so slowly and gently………what can I do to give him back that guitar without buying my own?

        • #107279
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : My boyfriend has an Ovation Celbrity twelve string acoustic…….yeah, it’s pretty damn fine guitar…anyway, his problem isn’t that I play his guitar too much, it’s that I just hold it and masturbate. I feel sooooooo good holding that guitar it’s really smooth and it slides up and down so slowly and gently………what can I do to give him back that guitar without buying my own?

      • #86057
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Have him strap it to his back next time you give it up. : My boyfriend has an Ovation Celbrity twelve string acoustic…….yeah, it’s pretty damn fine guitar…anyway, his problem isn’t that I play his guitar too much, it’s that I just hold it and masturbate. I feel sooooooo good holding that guitar it’s really smooth and it slides up and down so slowly and gently………what can I do to give him back that guitar without buying my own?

    • #37632
      Anonymous
      Guest

      "love song" Tesla si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias

      • #95822
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : "<B style="color:black;background-color:#A0FFFF">love </B><B style="color:black;background-color:#99ff99">song</B>" <B style="color:black;background-color:#ff9999">Tesla</B> : si alguien tiene la <B style="color:black;background-color:#ffff66">tablatura</B> por favor envienmela gracias

      • #88089
        Anonymous
        Guest

        tesla love song

      • #83335
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : "love song" Rainbow Eyes de Rainbow´/Long Live rock’n’Roll : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias

      • #95278
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : "love song" Tesla : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias no sea tonto compre la partitura maldito lichigo

        • #97313
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : "love song" Tesla : : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias : no sea tonto compre la partitura maldito lichigo tengo la partitira y tablatura de love song pero no se me da la gana de enviarsela

      • #94857
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : "love song" Tesla : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias

        • #97312
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : "love song" Tesla : : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela graci tengo la partitura y tablatura de love song de tesla pero no te la quiero enviar,.. asi que te toco comprarla

      • #98936
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias

      • #94597
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : "love song" Tesla : si alguien tiene la tablatura por favor envienmela gracias

        • #98868
          Anonymous
          Guest

          TENGO LA PARTITURA Y TABLATURA DE LOVE SONG DE TESLA SI LA QUIERES ESCRIBEME [email protected]

          • #100577
            Anonymous
            Guest

            esta es la maldita tablatura de love son pero hay un rebuelto muy bacano espero les guste es muy facil, y me escriben para ver que tablaturas les puedo conseguir adiossssssssssssssssssss… Love song (tesla) SECTION I |-3-3p2p0———-14-14-14p12p10–|-2–3–3p2p0———————–| |———-7s2-2-2—————–|————–2–3–5–3–3–0-2-3-|repeat |———————————-|————————-4-4——-|this |-0——————————–|-0———————-4———-| <– |———————————-|————–0——–2———–| |———————————-|—————————–3—–| D D A Bmin G TURNAROUND |-2–3–3p2p0—————0————————2——————| |————–2–3–5–3-2—3—–3—–2—–2—-3——-0-2-3—2-3| |——————————-0—–0—2-2—–2–2-2-4-2——-2—-| |-0——————————-0——-2—2——0-4-5-4————| |————–0——–2-0—————0—————————–| |—————————4-3—————————————–| |————–| THIS FILL —-> |–14-12-10———————| |—2-3-3s5-3-2| GOES WITH THE |———–14-12-10————| |-0————| TURNAROUND |——————–12-10-9—-| |————–| ABOVE |—————————-12-| |————–| |——————————-| |————–| |——————————-| Fill–> E|————————————————————–| B|————————————————————–| G|-4p2p0–4p2p0–4p2p0–4p2p0-4p2p0————4p2p0————| D|———————————4p2p0————4p2p0——-| A|—————————————4p2p0———–4p2p0–| E|————————————————————–| Different ending starting with G Chord |———2–3-5-| |-0-2-3—3–5-7-| Then it goes to the main part of the song. |———2–4-7-| Which is described below. |———0——| |—————-| |-3————–| SECTION II E|————–7-7-7-5-3-5—7-7-7-5-3-2—7-7-7-5-3-5—7-7-7-5-3-| B|————–8-8-8-7-5-7—8-8-8-7-5-3—8-8-8-7-5-7—8-8-8-7-5-| G|——————————————————————| D|–0-0-0-0-0-0—————————————————–| A|——————————————————————| E|——————————————————————|

    • #37631
      Anonymous
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      Guitar players

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

    • #37630
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I buy an old Russ acoustic guitar and it has some crack on its face.I want to rapair it byself.If you can help me I’ll be very please.

      • #86065
        Anonymous
        Guest

        is it the wood or the laminate which has cracked? Do you mean the top of the guitar, ie around the soundhole? If the crack makes the wood uneven, you can usually push the wood back into place, with patience. Then glue (ie with strong glue, woodglue?)a small thin bit of wood under the crack on the inside of the guitar, this will give the guitar more strength and it won’t go out of tune so easily. Hope this helps! you can often buy books on guitar repairs.

    • #37629