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    • #44074
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      Early 80's Kay LP Synth guitar

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    • #44075
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      • #87495
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        hey send me your email adress and i wanna look at that pandoras box you got for sale email me [email protected]

    • #44072
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      well i finally decided to get a digitech whammy pedal off of ebay, but i have one problem: i dont know whether i should get the whammy original or reissue. the reissue is normally $130 off of ebay vs the original ranging from $350-$450. but ive head that the sound from the reissue is more digital while the original sounds more like youre hjust bending the strings

    • #44071
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      need a les paul neck

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    • #44073
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      I bought a nice used Yamaha SE-203 strat style guitar about 12 years ago. I quite like this guitar. Over the past 12 years I have been customizing it to my liking. I added a Schaller free floating bridge with locking head stock. Seymour Duncan SH4-JB twin humbucker at the bridge postion. A Fender Texas Special in the neck position, and stock still, for now, in the middle position. I have no intention to sell this guitar as I love to play it. With that pick up combination I can switch to screamin’ whammy bar Van Halen style music to Stevie Ray Vaughn blues without swapping guitars. I am curious though what it might be worth. I was thinking somewhere in the 250 to 300 dollar range. Too high? Keith

      • #99628
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        I have one with stock pick ups, and on E-bay I’ve seen one go for 100.00 $usd I bought mine used for about 150.00 $ cndn Do you Know where I can have the specs for that yamaha Se 203

    • #44070
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      if you anything about leonardo japanese basses from the 60’s or 70’s please get in touch, thanks.

      • #103852
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        : if you anything about leonardo japanese basses from the 60’s or 70’s please get in touch, thanks. Iam not aware of this bass . What is it? I have a 1971 tele bass. all original. four bolt on neck. sunburst. all original. It is worth about $2500-$3000. IT is the last of the really good Fenders made in america. THis is not the one with the three bolt neck and humbuckers. That came later. They reiontroduced the telecaster bass in 1968. My neck plate says 1966. However. They did not put these into production until 68. If you have a telecaster bass made in the 1960,s it had toi have been made between 68 and 69. It is worth a lot of money if it is all original.

    • #44069
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      I am selling a BRAND NEW NJ Beast (black) guitar with licenced Floyd Rose tremolo, locking nut, rosewood fret board with diamond inlays, and two awsome sounding hi-output humbuckers for ONLY $500. It is still in the box, its retail value is $829 and musiciansfriend.com sells it for $579.99. This is an unbeatable price.

      • #82517
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        : hey im in florida. i love nj beasts it would be badass to have one. Im willing to buy it off you if yuo havent sold it to anyone yet email me at [email protected] Steve : I am selling a BRAND NEW NJ Beast (black) guitar with licenced Floyd Rose tremolo, locking nut, rosewood fret board with diamond inlays, and two awsome sounding hi-output humbuckers for ONLY $500. It is still in the box, its retail value is $829 and musiciansfriend.com sells it for $579.99. This is an unbeatable price.

    • #44068
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      I bought a Carvin Top with 100 Watt all tube power and wanted to know how many Watt my speaker Box should have(100 Watt or at least 200)

      • #91464
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        100watt should be good. thats what I’ve been using.

      • #103252
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        at least 150. that will give you a cusion in case of a power spike

    • #44067
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      I have a Guild it was my fathers and it aproximately 15-18 years old. The serial number isshowing but the inner sticker fell off and i dont know where it is. Does anyone have any idea what it is worth. Thanks

      • #96131
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        : iwanna improve on my chords progration on the finger board.

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    • #44066
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      Hi everybody!! I am an electric guitar maker and am currently undertaking the construction of a copy of a Turner Model 1 (Lyndsey Buckingham) guitar. The problem I have is that because of their rarity I can’t find one anywhere to measure up. I’ve got as much info as I can by studying photos on the ‘net and getting my dimensions by using the (known)scale length as a datum. The real difficulty is the actual profiling of the body, this is a "cylindrical" shape according to Rick Turner!! I’ve never actually seen one of the instruments "In the flesh", but I’ve loved them for years and always promised myself I’d build one someday……well, someday has arrived!!! So if anyone knows of the whereabouts of one of these beautiful guitars that I would be able to have a look at, I’d be very pleased to hear from you. I live in Lancashire and would be willing to travel up to 100 miles to see one. I also get up to Edinburgh and down to Hereford quite a lot so anywhere around these areas would be great. Thanks a lot David.

      • #104065
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        hi David, any chance you could make me a left handed guitar similat to lindsey buckinghams model one for around £400-500

      • #86255
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        David, I have an AutoCAD drawing of the Model 1 if you’d like it. It is accurate. Leland : Hi everybody!! I am an electric guitar maker and am currently undertaking the construction of a copy of a Turner Model 1 (Lyndsey Buckingham) guitar. The problem I have is that because of their rarity I can’t find one anywhere to measure up. I’ve got as much info as I can by studying photos on the ‘net and getting my dimensions by using the (known)scale length as a datum. The real difficulty is the actual profiling of the body, this is a "cylindrical" shape according to Rick Turner!! I’ve never actually seen one of the instruments "In the flesh", but I’ve loved them for years and always promised myself I’d build one someday……well, someday has arrived!!! So if anyone knows of the whereabouts of one of these beautiful guitars that I would be able to have a look at, I’d be very pleased to hear from you. I live in Lancashire and would be willing to travel up to 100 miles to see one. I also get up to Edinburgh and down to Hereford quite a lot so anywhere around these areas would be great. : Thanks a lot : David.

      • #103109
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        Hi all: I’ve just got back from a 2 week vacation, having booked my hotel online (which I hadn’t done before) on a friend’s recommendation. It turned out very well, so I thought I’d let people know. The site’s called Top Hotel Discounts, and they have good list of <b><a href="http://www.top-hotel-discounts.com/?city=Edinburgh&country=UNITED%2525252525252525252525252525252520KINGDOM">hotels in Edinburgh</a></b>. Hope you find it useful.

      • #105806
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        Hi David, to be honest: Let it be. There is not a single chance to copy a Rick Turner Model One. I have seen it at the NAMM Show, Rick is a one of a kind luthier, one you will find only one time in a thousand years… Sorry, W.Terne

    • #44064
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      I recently purchased a Les Paul Standard Guitar that I am really impressed with. I have yet to purchase an amplifier. My favorite group is the Eagles. I would love to get somewhere close to the sounds that they make. I’m not in a group. Just making music for me. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Jim Davis

      • #103231
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        i strongly suggest Mesa\Boogie, Randall, Vox, Peavey, and fender amps. I currently use mesa, randall, and peavey. they are all good amps.

        • #103338
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          Joe Walsh uses a carvin amp today, its a Carvin Bel Air. I’d say look into Fender tube amps, Marshall tube amps would be a maybe too.

      • #103213
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        If you want a good amp with a nice clean, reverb tone and a nice crunch channel i recommend Marshalls, i play an 80 Watt solid state (new approx £320, used £200) and the sound is gorgeous. To check out reviews on all amps, i strongly recommend Harmony Central Database, has all makes etc and easy to see what others people think, sorry can;t remember the address, just do a search on google. If the eagles have a website, check out which type of stuff they use there, that ,may give ya some ideas.

    • #44065
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      i need a white Mosrite Ventures Guitar like the 1 Kurt Cobain has in "Heart-Shaped Box"….

      • #81135
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        : i need a white Mosrite Ventures Guitar like the 1 Kurt Cobain has in "Heart-Shaped Box"…. I’ve seen sseveral different colored Mosrites at guitar shows, but never a white one. I own a 1970 sunburst which I had signed by The Ventures about 5 years ago. I’m also looking for a white one. Good luck !

      • #80607
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        the guitar in the "heart shaped box" video is actually a mosrite copy by a company called Univox. I believe they aren’t made anymore but you can find some on Ebay. the prices aren’t too bad but will probably need adjustments to work decently.

    • #44063
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      Boss ME-6 schematics / edit buttons info

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    • #44061
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      hi im after fender USA jazzmasters, jaguars, and mustangs… im in Australia, so id prefer to purchase over here, but i will purchase from the USA if the price is right…. email me please.

    • #44062
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      GUITAR RIGS

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    • #44060
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      can somebody please help me iam reeally good at playing the guitar but i can’t get this song (by the way i can only read tablets)

      • #122787
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        : can somebody please help me iam reeally good at playing the guitar but i can’t get this song (by the way i can only read tablets) if you really want to learn most sights do not carry the song b/c it is illegal but i have found a site that has the entire song.–http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabsearch.shtml?query=stairway+to+heaven

      • #90929
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        : can somebody please help me iam reeally good at playing the guitar but i can’t get this song (by the way i can only read tablets)

        • #94184
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          : : can somebody please help me Iam really good at playing the guitar but i can’t get this song (by the way i can only read tablets)

      • #86580
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        My mommy can play acoustic guitar really good but she learned long ago when she was like 15 (now she is in her late thirtys) back then she could play the song Stairway 2heaven By Led Zeplen (I think thats his name) But I heard the song today is really Buetifull She said if she could only find her music so she could play it again I really need the Music GUYS GIRLS do you have any?

      • #91689
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        I think I might be able to shed some light on this subject for you wankers. Since I’m usually not available, just look on the web at http://www.olga.net. On the right side of the page, under "Guitar Tabs", click "Everything" On the next page, click "L". On the next page, find "led zepplin" and click it. then the last page comes up and you click the stairway_to_heaven.tab link.

      • #111765
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        if ne one can send me ne sheet music (with stair way to heaven) id gladyl appreciate it my emial is [email protected]

      • #82811
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        Yo: I wanna learn how to play Stairway to heaven…..i don’t no how to read tabs yet soo…….thanks 4 anyhting

      • #103220
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        Ok man this is a good song. Have ya got the tab to it? check out http://www.ultimate-guitar.com or any other tablature sites, get the tab that way. Right now i can remember that you have to play the first part with a half bar at the 5th fret over the E, B and G strings. then your down ito the 1st position for most of the rest. Get your tab and that’ll sort ya. Have fun.

        • #112576
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          : this is a great song for guitar,do you know where i dould get the music to it

        • #103870
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          : Ok man this is a good song. : Have ya got the tab to it? check out : http://www.ultimate-guitar.com : or any other tablature sites, get the tab that way. : Right now i can remember that you have to play the first part with a half bar at the 5th fret over the E, B and G strings. then your down ito the 1st position for most of the rest. Get your tab and that’ll sort ya. Have fun.

          • #112803
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            : : Ok man this is a good song. : : Have ya got the tab to it? check out : : http://www.ultimate-guitar.com : : or any other tablature sites, get the tab that way. : : Right now i can remember that you have to play the first part with a half bar at the 5th fret over the E, B and G strings. then your down ito the 1st position for most of the rest. Get your tab and that’ll sort ya. Have fun.

            • #115307
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              i just wanna learn this song !!! ive taught myself a bit of it through tabs but its not going very far

    • #44059
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      I need desesperately some infos about SD Culree electric guitars. I get one a few years ago and I know absolutely nothing about it. Please help. Thanks

      • #81366
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        : I need desesperately some infos about SD Culree electric guitars. : I get one a few years ago and I know absolutely nothing about it. : Please help. Thanks

        • #94113
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          : : I need desesperately some infos about SD Culree electric guitars. : : I get one a few years ago and I know absolutely nothing about it. : : Please help. Thanks I have the same problem if anybody knows something about it, please read me. Thanks

        • #86650
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          : : I need desesperately some infos about SD Culree electric guitars. : : I get one a few years ago and I know absolutely nothing about it. : : Please help. Thanks I bought one new in 1976. It had gold plated shalher keys, The neck is made of hard rock maple from maine, the body is Honduras Mohagany, laminated into 3 pieces. They were originally made in Illnois. I imagine mine was one of the first made.

    • #44058
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      I am trying to make a mechanical device capable of simple strumming (variable speed) for a guitarist who has lost the most of the use of his right arm and wishes to at least play chords. Any help gratefully received.

      • #103225
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        I am also trying to configure a device that will strum maybe using the tapping of a foot for a man who has lost the use of his left hand and is looking to try to play left handed guitar to cope with not being able to play.

        • #125186
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          : I am also trying to configure a device that will strum maybe using the tapping of a foot for a man who has lost the use of his left hand and is looking to try to play left handed guitar to cope with not being able to play. There’s something (now) called an E bow; availible on line and at some stores. It seems(?) to require an electric guitar or at least a pick-up. And with the help of some biomed students at Tulane they came up with a pedal device to depress all open strings and slidable to any fret, so you could play open chords only using a non conventional tuning.

    • #44056
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       Electric 12 string solid body

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    • #44057
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      fender lead 1

      This popular thread has been given its own page : fender lead 1

    • #44053
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      My dad baught me this guitar and I was just wondering if it is pretty old and if it is, how much is it worth? Its in great condition.

      • #97449
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        The Fender Lead series was made from 1979-1982 in the U.S. the Lead I that you have is one of the three in the series. Yours, the Lead I, has one humbucking pickup near the bridge, the Lead II has two single coil pickups, and the Lead III has two humbucking pickups. I hope I helped you out

    • #44054
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      My dad baught me this guitar and I was just wondering if it is pretty old and if it is, how much is it worth? Its in great condition.

    • #44055
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      Is there anyone out there that wants to swap a mesa boogie dual rectifier with mesa 4×12 angled cab for a rivera knuckle head and rivera 4×12 angled cab and some cash if required.

    • #44052
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      I want to buy a good guitar, up to $700, I am thinking about Fender GD-47SCE, Can anyone know something about this guitar? thanks

    • #44050
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      I have a Kay guitar with the following inscrt descriptions (m-3 L4478 )and I would like to know if anyone has a guitar book that can tell me the earliest year that this guitar was made. Thanks

      • #82392
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        : My dad has a Kay guitar from the early 50’s. Next time I see it I will try to get more info on model and manufacturing date.

      • #81225
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        : I have a Kay guitar and there is a stamped number on the inside, it is E5404. This guitar appears to be approximately 30 years old, it is in good shape, although it needs some repair. I was wondering if perhaps you could give me an approximate date of manufacture and also a ballpark figure as to the valve. Any information you could provide would be appreciated. Thanks you.

      • #81251
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        I would like to know if anyone knows how old the oldest Kay guitar is and if there is an appraiser that could help me find out how old my guitar is. Thanks Email me. : I have a Kay guitar with the following inscrt descriptions (m-3 L4478 )and I would like to know if anyone has a guitar book that can tell me the earliest year that this guitar was made. Thanks

      • #103193
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        Im not 100% sure but i think this John Kay model is around the mid 60’s. Anthony.

    • #44049
      Anonymous
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      Has anyone come across Jedson Plastic Guitar, need more details.

    • #44051
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      Have a Boss ME6. Want patches to re-create Steve Morse, John Petrucci type lead sound. Can anyone help??

    • #44048
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      RECORDING GUITAR DISTORTION ON COMPUTER!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : RECORDING GUITAR DISTORTION ON COMPUTER!

    • #44047
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      I’m currently trying to decide between a Line 6 Spyder and a Marshall AVT100, I play like to have a mean metal sound but do a lot of clean stuff aswell, any suggestions?

      • #103208
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        : I’m currently trying to decide between a Line 6 Spyder and a Marshall AVT100, I play like to have a mean metal sound but do a lot of clean stuff aswell, any suggestions? I have used both. Indeed I own a Line 6 Spider for home rehearsing, use a Marshall MG100 head & MG412 cab live, and use a Marshall AVT100 head & 412cab at the rehearsal studios. My mate has a Marshall AVT2000 100w combo, too that I’ve played thru. I like a mucky scooped metal tone plus a chorus-laden clean tone. It kinda depends on what you’ll be doing. If you are playing with a full band go Marshall + 4×12, if all you do is play along with backing go Line 6 spider. If you specifically want a combo, go Line 6. If you want to go head + cab try the Marshall MG head & cab. It’s far less expensive than the AVT and admittedly the range of effects etc isn’t there but the tone is well up there with it and I’m heavily impressed, being a valve addict for many years previously.

    • #44044
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      Hi , I have a Yamaha SBG2000 for sale. This guitar and case are in MINT original condition, if it had the price tag hanging on it you would swear it was new. serial range#135000 , I’m asking $1500. If you know of someone looking for one let me know. you won’t find a better one. Regards: Jim

    • #44046
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      SBG2000 For Sale

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    • #44045
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      I’m playing a Les Paul Standard through a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 4×10. The band I’m in is currently palying covers ranging from older Ozzy (Crazy Train), to Disturbed, Kansas, Old Aerosmith (Mama Kin), Nickleback, Judas Priest, STP, Iron Maiden, etc…. I have an old DOD overdrive, and a DOD Death Metal. The OD is too little, and dosen’t provide enough crunch, the Death Metal is way over the top, and very muddy, not to mention sounds very whiny. I need something to give me a happy medium between the two. For the classic rock stuff, I overdrive the hell outta the tubes, which sounds great, very warm, but very muddy, not clear at all. Any help with equipment to try out, or amp settings would be really appreciated. THANX!!!

      • #103419
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        Yo, i’ve got sweet tone (well at least i used to think it was good! check up top) and i swear if you go check out Oberhiem at http://www.musicyo.com it’ll be worth your while, better tone that a crappy dod, and anything you could ever need for a little bit more chash in a rack mount. i think its worth the cash. i got a two rack one and it kicks. later Rob

      • #103188
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        if you’re like me and don’t have the money to buy a Line6 or other high end equipment then go with a Digitech Metal Master. On a budget it’s the closest I can get to sounding half way decent. It has a "morph" knob that allows you to do a real good mid sweep for modern and death metal, high and low eq, and a volume pre out. On a budget I think you’ll be much happier than with the DoD crap.

      • #103218
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        : I’m playing a Les Paul Standard through a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 4×10. : The band I’m in is currently palying covers ranging from older Ozzy (Crazy Train), to Disturbed, Kansas, Old Aerosmith (Mama Kin), Nickleback, Judas Priest, STP, Iron Maiden, etc…. : I have an old DOD overdrive, and a DOD Death Metal. : The OD is too little, and dosen’t provide enough crunch, the Death Metal is way over the top, and very muddy, not to mention sounds very whiny. : I need something to give me a happy medium between the two. : For the classic rock stuff, I overdrive the hell outta the tubes, which sounds great, very warm, but very muddy, not clear at all. : Any help with equipment to try out, or amp settings would be really appreciated. THANX!!!

        • #111555
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          The best thing I would do is get rid of all that shit and go down to the music store and buy a Line 6 amp. It has great warm tone and great effects. It cured my Problem for the 18 years of playing plus all those dam stomp boxes

          • #117752
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            : The best thing I would do is get rid of all that shit and go down to the music store and buy a Line 6 amp. It has great warm tone and great effects. It cured my Problem for the 18 years of playing plus all those dam stomp boxes I agree with Dave, but while you are down there try out a Marshall MG head & 4×12 cab and an AVT2000 Marshall head & cab. I was a valve devotee for years but was always caught out by the fact that whenever I switched on my amp (Vox, Marshalls, Orange you name it) I got a different tone every time. Leave the valves to the purists for studio shenanigans and get yourself a decent dig-mod -tranny rig for live work…..they are a damned sight lighter for lugging around too!!! If you really really don’t want to give up your valves, set your amp with all tone controls backed off to minimum and play through a line 6 POD. Hope this helps.

    • #44042
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      I was just wondering if the ESP F100 was a good guitar. I’m looking to buy my first guitar and i’ve heard that was a good guitar but i want other opinions. Thank you!

      • #103185
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        Depending on your style I would Go look at the Jackson line up. They have a very nice fast action neck by trade. But they have a price range depending on models

    • #44041
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      What the diffrence between a bass and an electric guitar?

      • #103143
        Anonymous
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        a bass is lower than a guitar. the strings are much thicker thus giving you a lower sound.

        • #103199
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          there’re also acoustic guitars but electric ones play much better

    • #44043
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      i just wanted to know if fender really did buy jackson. i hope that nothing changes to the jackson line if they were bought. if any one knows please tell me.

      • #103303
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        yes they did…..swallowed’m up whole.

    • #44039
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      hey i see you are a very knowledgable person when it comes to guitars. i have a question for you. I have a 1982 les paul custom that doesn’t really crunch. now i have two mesa boogie amps that shred up anything you put into them but the les paul. Are they made to sound like that or do i have a problem in the guitar. please e-mail me at [email protected] if you know the answer. thanks

    • #44040
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      hey i see you are a very knowledgable person when it comes to guitars. i have a question for you. I have a 1982 les paul custom that doesn’t really crunch. now i have two mesa boogie amps that shred up anything you put into them but the les paul. Are they made to sound like that or do i have a problem in the guitar. please e-mail me at [email protected] if you know the answer. thanks

    • #44038
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      any thing good or bad to say about it.

    • #44035
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      hey, i use yamaha dg80. is there any way to add more gain like mesa boogies,bogners etc. like what digitech boss do thanx. e mail me……i you know

      • #81106
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        : hey, : i use yamaha dg80. : is there any way to add more gain : like mesa boogies,bogners etc. : like what digitech boss do : thanx. : e mail me……i you know For extra gain buy a Ibanez Pre-amp booster stomp box It will boost your gain while you need that extra ummp during your solos

      • #103176
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        i have a yamaha and it has plenty of gain. this may sound stupid but try to tweek the eq’s and not use the presets. they are made to do any sound so you should be able to get what you want. i have 2 mesa pre-amps and it is similar but it still doesn’t get that tube crunch but it is a good amp.

    • #44036
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      A friend of mine is loking to find a song.It was recorded about 11 years ago and is heavy metal at it’s best with great guitar work.On the refrain sings Livin on the rainbow.Please let me know if You know who is plaing this song and what album is.Thank You in advance. Ernest

    • #44037
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      A firnd of mine is loking to find a song.It was recorded about 11 years ago and is heavy metal at it’s best with great guitar work.On the refrain sings Livin on the rainbow.Please let me know if You know who is plaing this song and what album is.Thank You in advance. Ernest

    • #44033
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      Ive got a 1960 Guild MK2 classical guitar, with cedar top and mahogany body and neck, gold enclosed tuners (schallers?). Perfect condition! Anyone know what it would sell for? Thanks,

      • #98976
        Anonymous
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        im looking to sell my guild f4ce its green ,its one year young in very good condition,with case and still under warranty,any ideas with no pictures .think its a 97 model

    • #44034
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      zone ???

    • #44032
      Anonymous
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      its called anti virus software,it keeps internet attackers at bay

    • #44030
      Anonymous
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      if you do not reply in ten seconds i win ……….I WIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • #44031
      Anonymous
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      i dare you!let the games begin!

    • #44028
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      open this and you’re a goner

      • #103135
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        Lamer, yo, you can’t even spoof your death threats hows youse gonna do thats??? L33-NOT-u : open this and you’re a goner

        • #111485
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          : it a death threat,it was a virus threat

          • #111559
            Anonymous
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            and was reported to the sysadmin at the Halton school district… you should pay more attention in class, maybe you would have at least learned how to at spoof if you are going to pull that kinda crap. : : it a death threat,it was a virus threat

    • #44027
      Anonymous
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      i can tell someone does not have a life.p.s,i can tell someone lives with their mom

      • #103161
        Anonymous
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        Have fun !!! : i can tell someone does not have a life.p.s,i can tell someone lives with their mom

    • #44029
      Anonymous
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      Can any one suggest a book,tape,video or course for someone going beyond penta and blues scales? I want to have a blues rock flavour. Ive tried modes but it just sounds like bad jazz.Are there other blues notes? I want to play in a blues/ metal style

      • #103405
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        Yo dude, well everything that everyone has said is all good and whatnot, but have you ever heard of Dream Theater, or Liquid Tension? i know what your talking about though, how to make soloing just sound good. Dimebag is good, and Ynywie (Sp? damn sweedes) is good and all, but the thing is Ynywie is so limited. it only goes so far. if i were you i’d check out John Petrucci’s "Rock Discipline" guitarist from Dream Theater. i swear by the video, and after one watch you’ll understand. you need to work on your modes, such as Dorian, and Mixolydian (once again, can’t spell) and just plain old minor scales, and a good ol’ fashioned major scale. there is a life of studying in modes and what have you. but check out the dream theater and for great improvised solo’s Liquid Tension is a must. yea i know its Prog, but its too good to be ignored. later. Rob

      • #103234
        Anonymous
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        Hi Brendan. You sound like the perfect candidate for my book PlaneTalk. Check it out at http://www.lorange.kirk.net You should also read some of the many articles I write for the GNW that’s sent out from this site. They’re all archived here. All the best, Kirk

      • #103210
        Anonymous
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        Try listening to Dimebag Darrell (Pantera), his metal licks and riffs have a true fiery texan blues feel to ’em.

      • #103131
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if i were you i would try some of the yngwie malmsteen video tapes and books. they are all about sweep picking and harmonic scales. you can learn some really cool stuff from that.

      • #103133
        Anonymous
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        All notes are blues notes… corny, so that aside check out trufire.com, they have a blues ‘course’ on cd thats pretty decent but kinda pricey, but has some good stuff to practice with to get ‘outta the box’, I’ve only checked out part of it but what I did it was good, the only other way I know is just play along with what you are interested with till it sinks in, just old fashioned practice, practice, practice, till all the scales and modes meld, wish I knew an easier way, and maybe someone else does… good luck. : Can any one suggest a book,tape,video or course for someone going beyond penta and blues scales? I want to have a blues rock flavour. Ive tried modes but it just sounds like bad jazz.Are there other blues notes? I want to play in a blues/ metal style

    • #44026
      Anonymous
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      CAN ANYONE TELL ME THE CHORD CONFIGURATION TO 2468 MOTORWAY SEEMS EASY BUT JUST CANT GET IT TO SOUND RIGHT

    • #44024
      Anonymous
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      Hi I am a guitar reviewer for a new magazine called GRITZ. http://WWW.GRITZ.NET , We have been on line for 3 years and have our 3rd print issue coming out in December. This is not spam as I am recruting no one. I just am introducing myself to the community here. Hope to get in to some discussions and maybe be a positive member of this community. I love Southern rock and blues but appreciate all GOOD music! My fav players, are Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Waren Haynes, Dereck Trucks, The Kings, BB, Freddie, and Albert that is!. Hooker, Johnson and all the bleues greats. I also dig Santana, the olde Clapton stuff,and I think many country pickers are among the best around as well! So I have diverse tastes in music from Guy Clark and John Pryne to Buckethead. Who is that cat anyway???? What chops!!!!! Sounds like Via to me? Anyone who reads my columns/reviews I’ll be happy to talk about them. Also if you have any questions ask away. I have built 5 guitars, and have friends at Gibson, Fender, Martin, Taylor and a good buddy building the best guitars in the country right now, Gene Baker of Baker Guitars. http://www.Bakerguitars.com . The best in the country, Yes I said it, I’ve played and owned PRS’s, Anderson’s, McInturff’s and several other boutique high end guitars, but Gene has the thing down pat right now. For the forseeable future anyway! I AM opinionated, that’s my job, but I LOVE to help people too, with dating questions, etc. I buy, sell, trade so I keep all books and pricing up to date. Let’s talk guitars! Michael "RedTail Wolf" Also looking for some answers. Warren Haynes has apparently said he is done with the ABB. I don’t know this to be true but would love someone to talk to me that knows the truth. I love The Mule but The ABB needs Warren too! Latest great record Susan Tedeschi’s new record is in continuous play in my CD player at the moment.

      • #104375
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        Guest

        : Hi I am a guitar reviewer for a new magazine called GRITZ. http://WWW.GRITZ.NET , We have been on line for 3 years and have our 3rd print issue coming out in December. This is not spam as I am recruting no one. I just am introducing myself to the community here. Hope to get in to some discussions and maybe be a positive member of this community. I love Southern rock and blues but appreciate all GOOD music! My fav players, are Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Waren Haynes, Dereck Trucks, The Kings, BB, Freddie, and Albert that is!. Hooker, Johnson and all the bleues greats. : I also dig Santana, the olde Clapton stuff,and I think many country pickers are among the best around as well! : So I have diverse tastes in music from Guy Clark and John Pryne to Buckethead. Who is that cat anyway???? What chops!!!!! Sounds like Via to me? : Anyone who reads my columns/reviews I’ll be happy to talk about them. Also if you have any questions ask away. I have built 5 guitars, and have friends at Gibson, Fender, Martin, Taylor and a good buddy building the best guitars in the country right now, Gene Baker of Baker Guitars. http://www.Bakerguitars.com . The best in the country, Yes I said it, I’ve played and owned PRS’s, Anderson’s, McInturff’s and several other boutique high end guitars, but Gene has the thing down pat right now. For the forseeable future anyway! I AM opinionated, that’s my job, but I LOVE to help people too, with dating questions, etc. I buy, sell, trade so I keep all books and pricing up to date. Let’s talk guitars! Michael "RedTail Wolf" : : Also looking for some answers. Warren Haynes has apparently said he is done with the ABB. I don’t know this to be true but would love someone to talk to me that knows the truth. I love The Mule but The ABB needs Warren too! : Latest great record Susan Tedeschi’s new record is in continuous play in my CD player at the moment. I am looking for his first recording but do not know the name of it. Can you send me an address for him or a link to his web site if he has one? Thanks

    • #44025
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi I am a guitar reviwer for a new magazine called GRITZ. http://WWW.GRITZ.NET , We have been on line for 3 years and have our 3rd print issue coming out in December. This is not spam as I am recruting no one. I just am introducing myself to the community here. Hope to get in to some discussions and maybe be a positive member of this community. I love Southern rock and blues but appreciate all GOOD music! My fav players, are Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Waren Haynes, Dereck Trucks, The Kings, BB, Freddie, and Albert that is!. Hooker, Johnson and all the bleues greats. I also dig Santana, the olde Clapton stuff,and I think many country pickers are among the best around as well! So I have diverse tastes in music from Guy Clark and John Pryne to Buckethead. Who is that cat anyway???? What chops!!!!! Sounds like Via to me? Anyone who reads my columns/reviews I’ll be happy to talk about them. Also if you have any questions ask away. I have built 5 guitars, and have friends at Gibson, Fender, Martin, Taylor and a good buddy building the best guitars in the country right now, Gene Baker of Baker Guitars. http://www.Bakerguitars.com . The best in the country, Yes I said it, I’ve played and owned PRS’s, Anderson’s, McInturff’s and several other boutique high end guitars, but Gene has the thing down pat right now. For the forseeable future anyway! I AM opinionated, that’s my job, but I LOVE to help people too, with dating questions, etc. I buy, sell, trade so I keep all books and pricing up to date. Let’s talk guitars! Michael "RedTail Wolf" Also looking for some answers. Warren Haynes has apparently said he is done with the ABB. I don’t know this to be true but would love someone to talk to me that knows the truth. I love The Mule but The ABB needs Warren too! Latest great record Susan Tedeschi’s new record is in continuous play in my CD player at the moment.

    • #44022
      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #44023
      Anonymous
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      I have a small problem on my hands. You see, I have accumulated a lot of guitars from famous people ie: Jimmy Hendrix, Pete Townsend (The ones he didn’t break), George Harrison, Prince, and Billy Corgan. If I need to sell some of these priceless relics because they just take up too much space at my house. I’m willing to offer you a guitar. Just name your price!!

      • #85606
        Anonymous
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        yo this might be a bit late but r u still selln guitar’s?? do u hav jimi hendrix classic cream with maple neck fender?? if u reply that would be great and near enough price aswell would be cool

      • #85479
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yo this might be a bit late but r u still selln guitar’s?? do u hav jimi hendrix classic cream with maple neck fender?? if u reply that would be great and near enough price aswell would be cool

      • #92544
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i am looking to purchase an acoustic guitar. do you have any?

      • #92401
        Anonymous
        Guest

        interested in guitars are they still available?

      • #91384
        Anonymous
        Guest

        looking to buy signed guitars

      • #103320
        Anonymous
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        WOW, that’s GREAT ! I’d really to buy Clapton’s Cream era custom painted SG standard , I’m pretty sure Todd Rundgren now owns it (unless you bought it from Todd). I’d be willing to pay UP TO $500 for it !! Scott

      • #103311
        Anonymous
        Guest

        although your posting seems like a put on, i am looking for a 60’s gretsch monkee model guitat or parts

      • #103180
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I need a prince guitar so I can wear my 17th century coat and shirt and trousers and look cool, I only get to wear them to Revoltionary war renactments, which needless to say are few and far between these days. I will buy the guitar if you throw in a prince wig, a couple cans of "tan-in-a-can", the lyrics to purple rain, and the phone number of the chick that plays his girlfriend in the movie as I will need her services when I record the song. I also have a deaf dumb and blind friend looking for a paino… or pinball machine, hell he won’t know the difference anyways, can you help the dude out ??? : I have a small problem on my hands. You see, I have accumulated a lot of guitars from famous people ie: Jimmy Hendrix, Pete Townsend (The ones he didn’t break), George Harrison, Prince, and Billy Corgan. If I need to sell some of these priceless relics because they just take up too much space at my house. I’m willing to offer you a guitar. Just name your price!!

    • #44021
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HEY ARTIST 3203 OWNERS, IS YOUR REVERB WEAK? OK THEN SWITCH YOUR RED AND BLACK WIRE TO YOUR REVERB TANK THAT WILL FIX IT. YOU WILL HAVE GREAT REVERB LIKE FENDERS.

      • #80582
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Thanks for te tip I will try that. I just picked up one recently and I havent even plugged it in. I dont even know what tubes it takes. : HEY ARTIST 3203 OWNERS, IS YOUR REVERB WEAK? OK THEN SWITCH YOUR RED AND BLACK WIRE TO YOUR REVERB TANK THAT WILL FIX IT. YOU WILL HAVE GREAT REVERB LIKE FENDERS.

    • #44020
      Anonymous
      Guest

      im not sure whether to get a seymour suncan invader, jb, distortion or trembucker model plz help me!!!!

      • #103129
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I got a Woody… and am very happy with it. : im not sure whether to get a seymour suncan invader, jb, distortion or trembucker model plz help me!!!!

    • #44019
      Anonymous
      Guest

      KAPA Cobra 48/5? Made in the Silversprings Md.area . Looking for detaled information.

      • #103504
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : KAPA Cobra 48/5? Made in the Silversprings Md.area . Looking for detaled information. Hi: try looking at http://www.guitarsite.com there are about 6 or 8 messages about KAPA in there…I used to own a KAPA 4 string bass which I wish I had never parted with. I purchased it new in 1968 or 1969 at a music store I worked at at that time in Worcester MA. At the time I thought it was made offshore- but found out from this site it was actually US made. It had a very small neck for a bass which made it easy to play for someone like me with small hands….it cost me somewhere between $200 and $300 new as I remember, and that was with a decent employee discount over 25% off list. Good luck Bill

    • #44017
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i really want to know whether tom delonges marhall jcm900 is a dual reverb or a sl-x model……plz help me!!!

      • #80996
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Tom doesn’t use effects anymore anyway. He doesn’t even run through any distortion on his heads. Its all plug and play.

      • #104397
        Anonymous
        Guest

        According to Guitar Geek, Tom uses a JCM900 on a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier stack, also with a mesa Boogie head.

    • #44015
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please help feed a starving musician at http://www.flatbaroque.com. Thanks in advance for your support.

    • #44016
      Anonymous
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      This guitar may be a 200 series and must be about 20 years old. There is no paper tag inside but the number G-04 is posted on the inside. It is dreadnaught style, with a scalloped pickguard and bridge. Anyone have any further info on what I just got for $30??? GREAT shape too!!! Oh, the Hohner name goes from top of the head to the bottom in sort of abalone finish. TIA Jocko

    • #44018
      Anonymous
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      i,m lookin to get a guitar . my fingers are kinda short . i need one with a slim neck or i need some advice on neck shapes. any help is very appreciated.

      • #103153
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Best way I know of is to go to music stores and try as many as possible, then get the neck specs either at the store or look em up online (in this case note the exact model/year at the store as different models/years of the same guitar can have different necks). Now you know what neck is comfortable and you can shop around with this in mind. : i,m lookin to get a guitar . my fingers are kinda short . i need one with a slim neck or i need some advice on neck shapes. any help is very appreciated.

        • #103298
          Anonymous
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          Ibanez’s are known for really thin necks…have one myself, very easy to play, cheap, and good for distortion (humbuckers)

    • #44014
      Anonymous
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      hi I am new to playing guitar and I am just wondernig…how do you string it…I mean i have seen my teach do it once but it was like a half year ago so I do not know how anymore…mostly whast I cant remember is how to tie the not at the top. but either way if you have any help for me…personal help, sites, etc…, just let me know and I will be very frateful.

      • #80481
        Anonymous
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        Hi, I have not had to string my bass in awhile, I just restringed it and I am having tuning problems. The bass is a piece of crap and so are my stringing skills…can you please offer me some info on stringing the damn thing. thanx Krystal

      • #103171
        Anonymous
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        Goto gibson.com, they have a manual of ‘basics’ you can download. : hi I am new to playing guitar and I am just wondernig…how do you string it…I mean i have seen my teach do it once but it was like a half year ago so I do not know how anymore…mostly whast I cant remember is how to tie the not at the top. but either way if you have any help for me…personal help, sites, etc…, just let me know and I will be very frateful.

    • #44013
      Anonymous
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      I am doing a physics project on guitar pedals, but I am having trouble finding sources on how the pedals work. If you have any info or any sites, please let me know.

    • #44012
      Anonymous
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      CAN ANYONE OUT THERE HELP!!!!! NEED THE HARMONY LINE ON THE SONG SOMETHIG STUPID SO AS TO DO IT AS A INSTRUMENTAL WITH TWO GUITARS.

      • #103145
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : CAN ANYONE OUT THERE HELP!!!!! : NEED THE HARMONY LINE ON THE SONG SOMETHING STUPID SO AS TO DO IT AS A INSTRUMENTAL WITH TWO GUITARS.

        • #116135
          Anonymous
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          : : Any luck on finding that harmony line on "Something Stupid"? I too am trying to find it. All musical scores I find have only the melody line. John CAN ANYONE OUT THERE HELP!!!!! : : NEED THE HARMONY LINE ON THE SONG SOMETHING STUPID SO AS TO DO IT AS A INSTRUMENTAL WITH TWO GUITARS.

    • #44011
      Anonymous
      Guest

      EVERYBODY ON THIS FORUM EXCLUDING ME BECAUSE I AM AT WORK SHOULD GET A JOB!

      • #103155
        Anonymous
        Guest

        eh ??? Haaaaaaaaaaa Great to know school personel just surf the net posting stupid messages. Do you know peter linke ??? : EVERYBODY ON THIS FORUM EXCLUDING ME BECAUSE I AM AT WORK SHOULD GET A JOB!

        • #103201
          Anonymous
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          i’m a student too. but i shred more than studying.

        • #111495
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Jokes on you steve,I’m a student,MORON!

          • #117693
            Anonymous
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            Jokes on you, obviously a special needs student… I have a job, it involve ip security.. haaaa little boy, time to play !! thanks for the reply, calling your sysop as I type. See ya Nance. : Jokes on you steve,I’m a student,MORON!

    • #44010
      Anonymous
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      TOM PETTY IS AMAZING!

      • #84030
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yeah he is

    • #44009
      Anonymous
      Guest

      THIS GUY BESIDE ME WHO IS ALSO IN THE FORUM IS A MORON! GET HIM OUT OF HERE!

    • #44006
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

      • #97107
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #97916
          Anonymous
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          Well as far as I know it was Rickenbacker, Leo Fender actually copied a Rickenbackers seperate neck style A little round electric guitar, called "Rickenbacker’s Frying Pan," was invented in the 1930’s. Zaz : : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

      • #93608
        Anonymous
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        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #93881
          Anonymous
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          : : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson? "Actually it was Leo Fender"

      • #93432
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : go on doublefiguresrock.moonfruit.com cause we are cool

      • #90746
        Anonymous
        Guest

        who the hell invented the first guitar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I NEED TO KNOW.

        • #91902
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I need 2 no who invented the first electric guitar !! Plz FuKIN HeLp MI Or I wIlL B On Detention 4 a week!! \

      • #83486
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i want to know about the electric guitar. how it started, who invented it and so on.

      • #116368
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first acoustic guitar?

      • #97288
        Anonymous
        Guest

        :i would like to know exactly who invented the first guitar in the world? when? how? why? mainly i want to know the history of the first guitar in brief.. thanks, Julia

        • #103923
          Anonymous
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          : :i would like to know exactly who invented the first guitar in the world? when? how? why? : mainly i want to know the history of the first guitar in brief.. thanks, Julia

          • #110891
            Anonymous
            Guest

            if you rally want to know don’t be a fat ass and get off the computer chair and go to the libary and read a book

      • #96702
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson? No it was leo fender

      • #116130
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.

        • #124298
          Anonymous
          Guest

          FUK TELL MI WHO INVENTED THE FIRST ELECTRIC

      • #91320
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly when the electric guitar was invented.

        • #93142
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i would like to know who invented the electric guitar and quick! p.s. thanks

          • #93444
            Anonymous
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            : : : i would like to know who invented the electric guitar and quick! : p.s. thanks

            • #96827
              Anonymous
              Guest

              who invented the very first guitar

      • #90757
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #115704
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

          • #123282
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson? me to!

      • #103728
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Has anyone ever heard of a Pleasent Guitar? Trying to find some information on it. If anyone knows anything or knows of a site to go too if you could please email me. Thanking in advance

      • #100149
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #114737
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i would like to know who invented the first electric guitar.i NEED THE ANSWER FOR A SCHOOL PROJECT.

      • #96654
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson? i heard it was Adolph Rickenbacker who invented the electric guitar in 1931 now WTF is that??

      • #113134
        Anonymous
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        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.It was my best friend who is leaving to go on tour in 2 weeks her name is Meredith Manson and if ya want 2 call her her # (941)-752-0123

      • #94397
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson? It was George Beauchamp who invented the first electric guitar!!! WHERS MY FREE GUITAR??!!!!

      • #93159
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hi

      • #89647
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #96037
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was Mredith Manson the new Babe in town!!!!

      • #89331
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i would like to know who invented the acoustic guitar. ?? thanks

      • #83232
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first guitar ever

      • #81006
        Anonymous
        Guest

        it was les paul and his "log" guitar

        • #81962
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : it was les paul and his "log" guitar no eat my manno, manno farts p.s u smell like pickle farts on a rainun dayun

      • #81002
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?when was he born

      • #80574
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i would like to know exactly who invented the first electric guitar.was it les paul gibson?

        • #81023
          Anonymous
          Guest

          was it leo fender

      • #103355
        Anonymous
        Guest

        your stupid. It was lloyd lowar, the inventor of the puickup and Leo Fender… duh!

      • #103175
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Technically it was Lester Paulfus. Not les paul gibson. He plugged a phonograph needle in to the top of his acoustic and ran that to a small radio to use as an amp. Later Gibson approached Les Paul and they colaborated on the on electric guitars for the Gibson company.

        • #108238
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Lester Paulfus invented the solid body guitar not the electric guitar. and Lester Paulfus in les paul.

      • #103149
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you son of a bitch scew off

        • #104632
          Anonymous
          Guest

          danielo mcgarryo creted the first guitar in Rome in the 14th century i learned it in history class but back then it was called sumit like "preblec"

        • #111437
          Anonymous
          Guest

          IF I SAW YOU ON THE STREET I WOULD KILL YOU

          • #123625
            Anonymous
            Guest

            the first guitar was invented in egypt in the 15th century.

          • #117722
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Link here fowarded to your system admin: [email protected] : : IF I SAW YOU ON THE STREET I WOULD KILL YOU

    • #44007
      Anonymous
      Guest

      has anybody got electronic schematic of boss ac-2 ( acoustic simulator ) or md-2 ( mega distortion 2) guitar effect

      • #80063
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : has anybody got electronic schematic of boss ac-2 ( acoustic simulator ) or md-2 ( mega distortion 2) guitar effect

        • #113766
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yes, i got it, if you still need it send me an email. ([email protected]) : : has anybody got electronic schematic of boss ac-2 ( acoustic simulator ) or md-2 ( mega distortion 2) guitar effect

    • #44008
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hail Mukesh the first thing is that you need to use is a rectifier distortion.The 3 that I like are the Boss Metal Zone. The digitech Metal Master. And last is the Line6 insane distortion effect which is a tube distortion thats the type I use. Good luck

    • #44004
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you have the chords for this song please send them to me [email protected]

    • #44005
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have schematics for standard single coil strat type pickups. I know they are a simple device so how do you test with a multi meter to see if they are faulty?

      • #103271
        Anonymous
        Guest

        well, pickups are basicaly a magnetron, so you can basically test the wires for continuity, there should be no continuity through the 2 poles in each pickup, the ground and one of the poles should have continuity. not sure specificly which wires (dont own any single coil) but that should help some.

    • #44003
      Anonymous
      Guest

      looking at a applause ae28 and a washburn ea8 i cant find any history on either witch one is best?

    • #44002
      Anonymous
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      My son is a novice acoustic guitar player. He is conducting a science fair experiment on the how well different types of strings stay tuned. Can someone tell us why bronze and brass strings are used and how the coatings help with the accuacy of the tuning? My guess is the materials and coatings have something to do with corrosion. But, why the swith from nylon to metal? Both are answers are needed. Thanks to anyone who may be able to help.

      • #103275
        Anonymous
        Guest

        copper is a relatively soft metal, and it can bend and stretch, causing it to come out of tune. steel and nickel are commonly used which are harder metals. im not sure but i think copper is used on accoustics, becuase it can be struck harder without breaking, allowing you to produce a greater sound.

      • #103236
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There are some great experts at http://www.harmonycentral.com that will be happy to answer your question.

    • #44001
      Anonymous
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      Ok, here’s the deal. I am looking for the tab for Jefferson Starship’s "Find your way back" Someone has got to have this or knows where I can get it. I’ll send you a six pack of Bud to the person who gets me this or helps me locate it. No kidding.

    • #43999
      Anonymous
      Guest

      have numbers ZJ 2804 on Jack and 5144E inside of guitar body. trying to find out year this guitar was made and series number it falls in. Also possible value.

    • #44000
      Anonymous
      Guest

      prs,to change 5way to 3way 5way has small board Thanks Ernie

    • #43998
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old fender princeton amp – model #AA964. We are needing a tube replaced on it and maybe some other work. What is this amp worth? Is it worth fixin up.

      • #93334
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have an old fender princeton amp – model #AA964. What is this amp worth?

    • #43997
      Anonymous
      Guest

      is my message

      • #103163
        Anonymous
        Guest

        As I go further in life I begin to realize that there are alot of circumstantial assholes out there. I personally made a guitar. Why do you ask, matt the ass? Because you can’t buy some things. Like an electric guitar with a maple neck through neck with burled mesquite body wings and a mahogony back. Sounds like a dream. And because of the density of the mesquite (which is twice that of mahogony) I loose very little string energy, which means that I get incredible sustain that only artificial sustainer systems can beat, bright crisp highs, trememdous lows, and everything in between. How about I get a job and just go down to gay-tar center and buy something like it? Oh wait, cause no one makes them…why don’t you find out the circumstanc before being a dick!

        • #111435
          Anonymous
          Guest

          /e : As I go further in life I begin to realize that there are alot of circumstantial assholes out there. I personally made a guitar. Why do you ask, matt the ass? Because you can’t buy some things. Like an electric guitar with a maple neck through neck with burled mesquite body wings and a mahogony back. Sounds like a dream. And because of the density of the mesquite (which is twice that of mahogony) I loose very little string energy, which means that I get incredible sustain that only artificial sustainer systems can beat, bright crisp highs, trememdous lows, and everything in between. How about I get a job and just go down to gay-tar center and buy something like it? Oh wait, cause no one makes them…why don’t you find out the circumstanc before being a dick!

      • #103139
        Anonymous
        Guest

        WHAT ARE YOU WASTING YOUR TIME FOR?GET A REAL JOB AND BUY ONE MORON?

      • #103169
        Anonymous
        Guest

        How far along are you? Are you starting from blank pieces of wood, etc?

    • #43996
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m using a GT-6 and I’m getting this uncontrolable feedback even with low levels of distortion. With the wah on it is just unbearable. Can anyone help ? Thank you !

      • #82553
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m using a GT-6 and I’m getting this uncontrolable feedback even with low levels of distortion. With the wah on it is just unbearable. Can anyone help ? : Thank you ! I recommend to try another "compression"-effect setting!

    • #43994
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to where i can found the 007 music please

    • #43993
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This is a 1968 in good condition. What is the value and quality of this instrument?

      • #93882
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : This is a 1973 in good condition. What is the value and quality of this instrument?

    • #43995
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just wondering if anyone has played both guitars and can offer some insight on which one may be better or a better value. I know the specs for them and I know the ESP has EMG 81’s and is neck thru where the Ibanez is bolt on (on the cheaper model and passive) and that they are priced almost the same.

      • #81763
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I played some ibanez and they suck. Neck thru body will give more sustain, and EMG 81 are at they best if you want to play metal music. But I have to recognize that ibanez tremolo are nice stuf, while I think floyd suck…so, the choise is uneasy, even if I advice you the esp. If you got money, you should buy the ESP Jeff Hanneman with Kahler tremolo (the best of all!!!). I personnally often use a yamaha pacifica 821 dx with EMG pickups in live. It has got a very nice tremolo called RM PRO 3. But the neck is bolt on…however, its the best guitar you’ll find for such a low price. Don’t forget yamaha got mechanical technology…

    • #43991
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Where can I get a wiring diagram for a Hondo De Luxe series 760. Thank you

      • #81130
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Where can I get a wiring diagram for a electric guitar

    • #43992
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Roland GR-33 and Korg Triton

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Roland GR-33 and Korg Triton

    • #43987
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m an acoustic player seeking to launch myself into the weird and wonderful world of electrics. Can you tell me what people use Strats, Les Pauls, and Telecasters for? What styles are they suited for, which musicians are associated with them? I’m attracted to the LP for its beauty, but that’s no reason to buy a guitar, right? 🙂

    • #43990
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone tried these guitars, and what’s your opinion? I’m looking at the Standard series Les Paul copy model, which has a quilted maple top.

      • #98593
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have tried all sorts of Monterey Guitars, in my opinion once you play Monterey you can’t get much better well you can but like I said not much

      • #80592
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Has anyone tried these guitars, and what’s your opinion? I’m looking at the Standard series Les Paul copy model, which has a quilted maple top. : I bought a Monterey Telecaster vintage replica which is an excellent gutar for the money. If the pickups were the same standard as the finsih and craftmanship it would be a truly great guitar. I stuck real Tele 59 ‘pickups and it is a killer now. My friend bought the same one recently. You can’t go wrong. I don’t like the maple standard Teles and havent tried Les Pauls.

    • #43989
      Anonymous
      Guest

      are the u.s.a gibson humbuckers used on the epiphones the real deal.

      • #103285
        Anonymous
        Guest

        epiphones use different humbuckers and have different wiring. otherwise theyre very similar to gibson. gibson makes those pickups but as far as i know, they dont use them in gibson guitars, just epiphones.

    • #43988
      Anonymous
      Guest

      are the u.s.a gibson humbuckers used on the epiphones the real deal.

    • #43985
      Anonymous
      Guest

      are the pickups true gibson and dose it stay tuned ,is the hardware up to parr also.

    • #43986
      Anonymous
      Guest

      on using a piano to tune a guitar which E note do you start with and end with.

      • #103042
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : on using a piano to tune a guitar which E note do you start with and end with,or octave on the piano.

    • #43984
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Would like to trade a dimebucker for one of the following (neck or bridge): x2n, invader, L-500xl, duncan custom custom, duncan 59….etc. You can post or e-mail me if you’re interested.

    • #43983
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yamaha Studio Lord Les Pauls

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Yamaha Studio Lord Les Pauls

    • #43982
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I don’t have the chance to try both of these at once so I can’t compare them. By the time I play with gt-6 I forget how GNX-3 sounded like. If you can tell me your ideas about each (you know whether one sounds fake or not, etc.) that would be great!!

    • #43980
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am new to guitars so can any one tell me which is the best one to learn on for a 13 yr old?

      • #117707
        Anonymous
        Guest

        One thing, though, you get what you pay for. I had a cheep acoustic that I was trying to learn on and it was real frustrating. Especially since I was new to it and didn’t know that half of my learning problems were related to a badly built and maintained instrument and outside of my control.

      • #103054
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I can’t tell you which is the best, but I started with an acoustic and I’m quite glad I did so. Practicing with an acoustic increases your finger strength, and makes it very easy playing an electric guitar later on (if that’s what you want to do).

        • #111476
          Anonymous
          Guest

          thanks ill see where i can get 1

          • #117689
            Anonymous
            Guest

            FLEETWOOD acoustic guitar, 6 string, good cond, perfect for beginners, …is that any good for me? and its only £30 or this ENCORE junior acoustic guitar, c/w case & music book, as new cond, unwanted present never used only £20

            • #119444
              Anonymous
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              I can’t say anything about the guitars or their prices because I don’t know these two, and don’t know much about quality vs. price. The best thing you can do is take someone who knows about guitar quality with you and let him/her play them a little. That can help a lot.

              • #125637
                Anonymous
                Guest

                k thx

    • #43981
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      • #98206
        Anonymous
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        tom you are such a pathetic looser! if you don’t understand something you just start throwing out words like "fag" and "cock". if jeff tweedy read what you posted he would laugh his ass off. is it really that hard to have a sense of humor? the only wining i here is coming from you’re ignorant mouth. now you can go look up ignorant in the dictionary. sweetest regards tyler

      • #103229
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I couldn’t agree more. This is typical stuff from a band that knows three chords, and have the fag sound down. Let’s whine instead of sing and make a million while bitching about our pathetic lives. What happened to music. No more good times, just whining. This band is really not even worth posting about. I’d rather talk about Carlos Santana, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, or someone who knows how to play.

        • #112316
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Well, I think you Wilco haters are all missing the point. It’s about communication and emotion, not virtuosity. That is what is at the core of this human condition. Fact is, Woody Guthrie had such an amazing effect on music up to the present day (just trace the influences through pop music), because he said something true. That is what Wilco does for many of us. Gives vent to our emotions and takes some real risks (like risking their careers for their gut instinct). Carlos and Kenny are both GREAT players, but even Carlos connects himself with other "songwriters" to help get his message of "love" across. He sees the value in the communication. …And if you listen to HMD a bit closer it feels like an homage to another time that many of us know so well. Wilco fans don’t listen for great licks, they listen for the songs, the voice and some damn great arrangements from a great and personal live band…But given the level of grammar in this forum and the free use of the word "fag" in replacement for "lousy" I have my doubts about any of those facts sinking in. Enjoy your virtuosity…

      • #103050
        Anonymous
        Guest

        fuck you

        • #103256
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It is a shame that people like Tom are so pathetically uneducated that they fail to sense the humorous irony used so often in songwriting. I believe he’s the one due for an appointment with a proctologist. Lighten the fuck up, man!

          • #110358
            Anonymous
            Guest

            yeah….fuck you. wilco is the best. simply the best so…fuck you again

          • #104396
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It is a real shame that someone as narrow minded as you is from the Chicago area. I feel bad for your neighbours. Do you piss on their rose bushes too?

          • #111556
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Uneducated?? uh huh. I know what they were doing. It is just stupid. Learn two more chords and you could be a star too!! YAY!! Plug your squier telecaster into your transistor amp and JAM BABY!!! People get my respect when they earn it, and these guys have not made it past elementary guitar playing. It doesn’t have to be difficult, just have some fucking soul!

            • #112989
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Ok… I enjoy a heavy metal tune as more tahn most. But I also can appreciate a good lyricist. I love Wilco for that. There is more heart in their music than any heavy metal song. Alt Country bands like Wilco have an ability to hit the heart with their music. In the end that is what counts. I dont know of one metal song that has done that for me. Plus ass hole. Im sure any the Tweedy could kcik your ass in a playing contest. So why dont you jsut shut the hell up.

    • #43979
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yamaki Guitar

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

    • #43977
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi. I found a post here with the same question. Someone replied they could make one…can you reply so I can contact you? Sorry, my first time here. Thanks.

      • #90100
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I need a J-Bass control plate with only 2 hole (the second and 4th)… Can someone make one for me?

      • #103092
        Anonymous
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        I’ve made several custom ones and it’s easy if you have access to a good shop, goto: http://www.tdpri.com Someone there will do it or already have one. : Hi. I found a post here with the same question. Someone replied they could make one…can you reply so I can contact you? Sorry, my first time here. Thanks.

        • #111493
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Thanks Steve. I posted there, so far, somebody else is looking for one. Do you have one for sale…in chrome? Thanks.

          • #117701
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Someone there should come through, I don’t sell em, just make em as I need em, what mods do you need on one?? : Thanks Steve. I posted there, so far, somebody else is looking for one. Do you have one for sale…in chrome? Thanks.

            • #119446
              Anonymous
              Guest

              I need 3 holes for 3 knobs/pots…and 2 screw holes. I’m interested if you can make one. Do you have any pics? Thanks .

              • #119487
                Anonymous
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                Have made em w/up to 4 knobs/pots and cs toggle, I could make it, is the email on your post correct ?? let me know and I’ll get in touch about details, and I won’t charge, I have a couple ‘blanks’ around anyways. : I need 3 holes for 3 knobs/pots…and 2 screw holes. I’m interested if you can make one. Do you have any pics? Thanks : .

                • #119502
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Hey Steve, thanks for that very kind offer. I found a piece of aluminum plate, so I figured I’d try and make one. Turned out pretty good. I’ll put it together and see how it looks. Again, really appreciate the offer bro.

    • #43978
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Please help me finf the sheet music as soon as possible, I can’t get it anywhere!!

    • #43976
      Anonymous
      Guest

      sucks

    • #43975
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 6 string (steel) thin acoustic with a laser etched soundboard. I bought this when I first started playing and was not quite the careful shopper that I am now. Anyway, I’d appreciate any tips for helping to identify the maker/model. thanks

      • #103044
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Let’s see, a laser etched thin acoustic without a name on it bought sometime in the past… mmmmm I will take a wag as korean/knockoff (make/model). : I have a 6 string (steel) thin acoustic with a laser etched soundboard. I bought this when I first started playing and was not quite the careful shopper that I am now. Anyway, I’d appreciate any tips for helping to identify the maker/model. thanks

    • #43974
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am about to get a decent instrument. My guitar is a piece of crap by any standard (cheapest guitar on the store wall) and is very difficult to hold down a bar because of how high the strings are and how bent the neck is. Any guitar in the shop is at least a little (usually a lot) easier to play. So I’ve decided to "graduate" to a new guitar. Here is the crux of my issue: I am not sure if I should go for a nylon-string or stay with a steel-string (with lowered strings). I really love the sound of each. I have never played a nylon string except in guitar shops briefly, but I have always found them beautiful sounding. I have played a steel string for 3 years and I feel the same way about their sound. Of course bar chords and fingerwork (my two goals now) seem to be much easier on a nylon-string so I was thinking maybe to start there to make my immediate goals easier. Then there is this other voice that says to stick with the steel-string until I can play what I am trying to play on it and then see if I still want to play around with nylon strings (i.e. – don’t cop out). Either way, I know I will end up playing both instruments in time. The question plaguing me is which to "start" with. I know it is ultimately up to personal preference, and that increases the dilemma because at this point I don’t have a preference. I really like them both. So what I am hoping to get from any of you out there who play both nylon and steel strings or have moved from playing one to the other is help with any factors that I may be overlooking related to this decision. I now steel is louder, but I also know nylon can be adequately amplified for any solo situation. My specific questions are as follows: 1 – I don’t know, however, if it is feasible to play a nylon string with an electric band (electric bass, keyboards, etc.) or if they’d drown the instrument out. 2 – I think nylon is easier to play, but I also wonder if that would HELP or HINDER me when I move back to steel (i.e. – will my fingers become weaker or lazier? Or more used to the larger space between strings? Or will they be MORE fit and prepared for steel strings? Or neither?) 3 – Also, is a nylon-string actually easier to play overall, when you take into consideration the larger spaces fingers have to span (but I do have large hands and long fingers), or if that is just a misinformed impression I have? As for suitability, I think they both work well with my songs (folk/soul style). I started out playing with my fingers (mostly strumming with my thumb!) on the acoustic 2 years before I ever really took a pick to it recently, but I am unsure which to settle on for my learning process. I won’t grow my fingernails because I’ve tried (to get a better sound from the guitar) and I always manage to bend them back/break them painfully) in day to day life. 4 – Can you pick a classical guitar with fingers instead of fingernails? Would it ever produce a satisfactory tone? 5 – I also don’t know if I could pick a steel-string with my bare fingers and have it ever sound really nice. Is that possible? Should a pick always be used for steel strings and fingernails for nylon? 6 – What options are there for fingerpickers (both nylon-string and steel-string) for getting a brighter tone out the instrument other than fingernails? (IMPORTANT!!!) As you may have noticed by now my head is completely swimming in questions that I have not the experience to answer. I want to know that badly needed dollars are going to the best choice (I am far from rich!) and I NEED any kind of useful direction here. Again, I’ll repeat that I love the sound and feel of both strings the same way that I love my two children: differently, equally, and without comparison between them, so I am lost to "which feels better". If you have stayed with me this far (God bless your soul…or maybe you are just really bored) PLEASE respond with answers to as many of my above questions as you can spare time for and also add any other relevant points I should ponder that I would not be in a position to know. I am all ears (and all confusion) at this point! I am willing to listen to ANY words of advice or caution, wisdom, etc., but PLEASE HELP!!

      • #103294
        Anonymous
        Guest

        okay first off, i didnt read all of ur post, but if ur neck is bent, you should get a trus rod adjustment. then get steel strings. they are harder to play with, but they will make ur fingers stronger and also keep more tension on the bridge and neck which should keep the neck from bending back. Also, steel produce a richer sound, and break less, but become dull (tone) after a long time.

    • #43972
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Interested in buying a music man silhouette and want feedback about it.

      • #81561
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a silhouette Special and I love it! After buying a month later I bought an Axis They reall y make the best and most comfortable guitars out there. I have no idea what type of single coils they use on it but they have SUCH a warm tone. Even at my guitar lessons I play it out of a 15 watt Park Amp that is pretty cheesy and the sound that comes out of it is even Great there!

    • #43973
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I think this would be a really cool song to do, but I can’t find the tab anywhere. Little help here!

    • #43971
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just picked up a Kasha Rockmod II in e-Bay. It did not come with a footswitch. Does anyone know what type of footswitch will work with this pre-amp??

      • #103040
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I just picked up a Kasha Rockmod II in e-Bay. It did not come with a footswitch. Does anyone know what type of footswitch will work with this pre-amp?? Paul I just e-mailed you!

    • #43970
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I have just launched a new gutiar tab and chord search engine. The service do also format .crd, .chopro and .tab files on the fly to a printer friendly format. Please give it a try. All feedback is appreciated. http://www.chordie.com Regards, Per Kummervold chordie.com

      • #85023
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I found your site (chordie.com) about 2 weeks ago and have been collecting all the songs I can handle. I have YET to find one missing!!! Thanks a TON. Great Job. Now, for the bad news…where did it go? When will the new server be up and running? I’ll keep searcing until I find it again. Let me know any updates. Thankx again. : Hi, : I have just launched a new gutiar tab and chord search engine. The service do also format .crd, .chopro and .tab files on the fly to a printer friendly format. : Please give it a try. All feedback is appreciated. : http://www.chordie.com : Regards, : : Per Kummervold : chordie.com

      • #82509
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hi: I want to need more copies of guitar chords of paul McCartney song especially the song title isn’t okey if i call you mine

    • #43969
      Anonymous
      Guest

      have a gibson epiphone in flawless shape s #0010962 can you please tell me worth and other info thank you.

      • #103013
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : have a gibson epiphone in flawless shape s #0010962 can you please tell me worth and other info. with seymour duncan pickups.thank you.

    • #43967
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Okay, I’m just starting to learn guitar and need to know what kinds of strings are the best for beginners since there’s so many to chose from. Thanks!

      • #103018
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if you want accustic strings then i would use martins. if you want electric then i would use ernie ball.

    • #43968
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi everybody and thank you for at least trying to help me by reading this…i have a boss gt-3 guitar processor and a peavey bandit 112 amp….i dont really like the distortion samples of the pedal but i love the distortion in the amp…is it possible to put a nice clean sound with delay and chorus or whatever other effects on the pedal and run it thru my amp so the effects of the pedal mix perfectly with the distortion in the amp?…will the distortion have delay or only the clean sound? that is what i want to do…i want the distortion to have delay to. is it guitar to input of the pedal..out of the pedal to the input of the amp OR……guitar to input of pedal…output of pedal into input effects loops and out of the efx loop back into the pedal?…wich one is the best for what i want to do? thanx alot sorry for the long message miguel@univhearst.édu

      • #102993
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i had the same problem but with an alesis pre-amp. if the pedal has an fx loop then i can help you. if the pedal has an fx loop here is what you do. run your guitar into the return on the pedal’s fx loop. then run out of the OUTPUT on the pedal into you amp. do not use FX SEND to go back to you amp. by doing this you bypass the pre-amp signal "meaning distortions and eq’s" thus letting you use the fx in the pedal. like i said if it doesn’t have an fx loop i can’t help you. if you are interested i have an alesis quadraverb fx modual for guitar. it sounds great but i have no need to keep it in my mesa rack anymore. i also have an art modual i am willing to sell. both of these will give the sound you want especially the alesis. my e-mail is [email protected]

    • #43966
      Anonymous
      Guest

      selling my harmony monterey its only biding at 5.50$ http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=922101270

    • #43964
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Your response will help me.THANKS……..

    • #43965
      Anonymous
      Guest

      epiphone FT 570-BL

      This popular thread has been given its own page : epiphone FT 570-BL

    • #43962
      Anonymous
      Guest

      crazy 60's Japanese Teisco guitars

      This popular thread has been given its own page : crazy 60’s Japanese Teisco guitars

    • #43963
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What do you think would be the best to go direct to PA, I have a pod. Rackmountable!

      • #103023
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i strongly suggest mic’n a 4/12 cab rather than going direct. if you mic you get a nice punchy crunch. it is easier to just go direct but the sound is not as heavy and it also tends to be VERY MUSHY and cluttery if you go direct. if you have any other live sound questions feel free to contact me. [email protected]

    • #43961
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anybody know how one can tell where some of these newer epis were made? I’ve heard some where made in the US, is this true?

      • #81691
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anybody know how one can tell where some of these newer epis were made? I’ve heard some where made in the US, is this true? The new LP standards are out of Korea but have an 18 point check when they reach the US. Main difference is finishing (neck) and the bulk of the instrument is made of three pieces of mahogany rather than one solid block like the Nashville Gibson LP’s.

    • #43958
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I Have A 60’s Hornet, Grover Keys, 2 Humbuker Pickups, cherry Sunburst, 21 fret, Made much like a strat,Made by Empro,Any idea how much its worth?

      • #81916
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I Have A 60’s Hornet, Grover Keys, 2 Humbuker Pickups, cherry Sunburst, 21 fret, Made much like a strat,Made by Empro,Any idea how much its worth? i have one too…would love to know if you found out anything more…i have 3 pickups on mine though…

    • #43960
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello , I’m looking urgently for a G505 roland guitar controller (strat) please write. ewald

      • #94580
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have on Im going to sell Email me [email protected] : hello , : I’m looking urgently for a G505 roland guitar controller (strat) : please write. : ewald

      • #97448
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have one I am going to have to sell , I am terminally ill and will probally have to quit playing completely very soon ! If you are still intrestedIN FINDING ONE (OR ANOTHER ONE) feel free to contact me you have my email addy now from this email or you may call mayfield , kentucky (270)376-2422 Thank you for your valuable time CHARLIE ====================================================== : hello , : I’m looking urgently for a G505 roland guitar controller (strat) : please write. : ewald

        • #110832
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I am also looking for a Roland G-505 or similar to run a GR300. If anyone has anything please get in touch, I’m in London UK, though. thanks roy : I have one I am going to have to sell , I am terminally ill and will probally have to quit playing completely very soon ! : : If you are still intrestedIN FINDING ONE (OR ANOTHER ONE) feel free to contact me you have my email addy now from this email or you may call mayfield , kentucky (270)376-2422 : : Thank you for your valuable time : : CHARLIE : ====================================================== : : : hello , : : I’m looking urgently for a G505 roland guitar controller (strat) : : please write. : : ewald

    • #43957
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My Boss Me-10 compressor stopped working, all of a sudden, if anyone can help me, I’ll be very pleased, and please, email me to: [email protected]

    • #43959
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve got a Johnson Stage 15B bass amp, and I wanna try out an electric guitar. Can I use the bass amp for the electric guitar?

      • #103276
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’ve got a Johnson Stage 15B bass amp, and I wanna try out an electric guitar. Can I use the bass amp for the electric guitar? Eddy…Yes you can. You may not get much highend out of your guitar so just play around with it by turning the bass control down a bit and see what you get. Half of my guitar amps are BASS amps but I TRICK em up by changing to a guitar speaker with a high db level and chang some of the capacitors in the amp to a higher value so I can get more treble out of em. Guitarguy

    • #43955
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lyle guitars..

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Lyle guitars..

    • #43956
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I love that sound. I know that Ricky Wilson played a 5 string Mosrite. Can anyone tell me about tunings and other gear? Thanks!

      • #103072
        Anonymous
        Guest

        <a href="http://www.google.com/search?q=ricky+wilson+guitar+style&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off">try this</a> : I love that sound. I know that Ricky Wilson played a 5 string Mosrite. Can anyone tell me about tunings and other gear? Thanks!

        • #116035
          Anonymous
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          : <a href="http://www.google.com/search?q=ricky+wilson+guitar+style&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off">try this</a> : : I love that sound. I know that Ricky Wilson played a 5 string Mosrite. Can anyone tell me about tunings and other gear? Thanks! Actually it was a 4 string, the heavy strings being tuned EA or EB with the light strings being AA or BB drones Try it, it works! I am also searching for any other info on his guitar style.

          • #125933
            Anonymous
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            : : <a href="http://www.google.com/search?q=ricky+wilson+guitar+style&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off">try this</a> Well in an old video of "Rock Lobster" i saw a black face Twin reverb with Ricky Plugged into the Vibrato Channel…and i’ve heard that he used a Boss DS-1….but that seems Wayy to dirty for him….dunno : : : I love that sound. I know that Ricky Wilson played a 5 string Mosrite. Can anyone tell me about tunings and other gear? Thanks! : Actually it was a 4 string, the heavy strings being tuned EA or EB with the light strings being AA or BB drones Try it, it works! : I am also searching for any other info on his guitar style.

        • #104399
          Anonymous
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          the sound of ricky was the combination of his guitar (mosrite sound like nothing else), the type of strings used (probably surf guitarists strings named "chrome"), the way he used to string (open tuning + 4 or 5 strings), the Boss distortion DS-1. i play on mosrite, and i think i’m near finding the same sound, stringing and way of playing. sorry for my poor english, this mail come from France (europe). best

    • #43954
      Anonymous
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      the harmonics on my guitars are always going bad on my high e string. i have taken them in to get set ups done many times and it has gotten very expencive. is there any way to prevent this from happening

      • #103076
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You can’t get rid of harmonics, just don’t hit them, either lift your hand completely or apply enough pressure to damp em out. : the harmonics on my guitars are always going bad on my high e string. i have taken them in to get set ups done many times and it has gotten very expencive. is there any way to prevent this from happening

    • #43953
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      Ive heard this is a great metal amp for the money. Ive also heard the clean channel is a bit iffy (does it even have clean sounds….) anyway i was thinkin of that, a marshall dsl 401 and a marshall avt 2000 100 any suggestions would be great

      • #102998
        Anonymous
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        the peavey is good. if you want a really nice amp for metal and that will fit into you budget then check out some of randall’s amps. if you have the money i strongly suggest Mesa Boogie. marshall is good but i don’t recammend

    • #43952
      Anonymous
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      My foot controller has lost it’s mind!If you select "A" it will go to "C" or bank up or you never know.I am wondering if the switches have to be replaced or if it is more serious….any suggestions would be greatly appreciated…thanx

    • #43951
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      URGENTLY LOOKIN’ FOR GUITARIST MAX FORBES FROM COSTA RICA FOR A JOB IN CANCUN. HIS GUITAR PLAYER & SINGER. ME URGE LOCALIZAR A MAX FORBES DE COSTA RICA. ES GUITARRISTA Y CANTANTE. PARA CUESTIONES DE TRABAJO EN CANCUN.LO CONOCES? DILE QUE LO BUSCO. SE CORRESPONDERA EN LA PRIMER OPORTUNIDAD. GRACIAS. GERMAN.

    • #43950
      Anonymous
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      Estimados amigos: estoy intentando conseguir tutoriales gratuitos sobre cómo tocar la guitarra que no traten solamente sobre acordes mayores, menores y séptimas. ¿Alguien puede ayudarme?

    • #43949
      Anonymous
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      Hi Can someone help me identify my JAp Strat Serial number L007108. It has a USA neck plate with a contoured scallop on bottom horn. Original floyd rose and LAce sensor pickups. incl a red humbucker. I was wondering if it is a factory issue or has someone perhaps changed the neck. The serial number is on the back of the neck near where it is bolted onto the body. It looks like a vintage reissue with a small headstock and vintage tuners. Thank you

    • #43947
      Anonymous
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      I recently acquired a voxton 12 string guitar Model # x204 ser # 1968914 Could you please give me the history on this model and around about price it might be worth in excellent condition? Thank You Robert Coyle

    • #43948
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just starting out, went thru a few books and sites, and got coupla questions : 1) can someone REALLY teach themselves to play guitar ? no tutor, just some books and sound clips ? can someone with this experience enlighten me ? 2) Will learning acoustic first help me play better with electric ? Or am I wasting my time ? any rockers here who didnt go thru acoustic ?

      • #103052
        Anonymous
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        Of course you can teach yourself to play, but always better to at least be around someone who already plays to point out stuff when you are having a hard time. You can’t do it with just ‘some books’, I did and remember going through (and still do to a certian extent) 100’s of books on instruction/technique/tab/etc, most of which was garbage (imo), you kinda got to wade through it all and pick out the good stuff and stuff that works for you, thats where as a beginner someone else to help you out is invaluable. As to acoustic?electric it’s up to you, depending on what you want to play (to start), if you wanna rock out go electric as it will give you some gratification more quickly (easy to lean alot of tunes that are easy to play) which will keep your motivation up during the many frustrating periods you will encounter. : Just starting out, went thru a few books and sites, and got coupla questions : : 1) can someone REALLY teach themselves to play guitar ? no tutor, just some books and sound clips ? : can someone with this experience enlighten me ? : 2) Will learning acoustic first help me play better with electric ? Or am I wasting my time ? : any rockers here who didnt go thru acoustic ?

    • #43946
      Anonymous
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      Hey all…just a short note to let you all know that Rockupuncture has released the new CD entitled Sexgame. Please cheack out the samples on the website. http://www.rockupuncture.net Thanks.

    • #43944
      Anonymous
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      If anyone is interested in a guitar that i would concider the closest to mint condition as a guitar can be with out being mint, email me at [email protected] and throw me an offer. Dont give me bull offers b/c you are just wasting your and my time.

      • #103314
        Anonymous
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        Dude, talk about WASTING time. You’re WASTING EVERYONES time buy posting a guitar for sale without a price !! Scott

    • #43945
      Anonymous
      Guest

      where can i get a decal for a 62 strat ,origanal or not?

    • #43942
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a schector diamond series, devils elite guitar and i want to get a floyd rose fitted to it. Can anyone tell me, how it will efect the sound of my guitar, how much it will cost and if it is worth the money. please.

      • #104403
        Anonymous
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        : i have a schector diamond series, devils elite guitar and i want to get a floyd rose fitted to it. Can anyone tell me, how it will efect the sound of my guitar, how much it will cost and if it is worth the money. please. Hey, if your guitar is black and you are ever intrested in selling it let me know http://[email protected]

      • #103070
        Anonymous
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        I’m afraid to tell you that it’s not worth the time and money. It will definately effect the sound you have now. Plus the cost of a floyd and the cost of having the body properly routed to hold it, as well as the locking nut on the neck…it would be easier and probably better to just get a guitar with one already on it. Your investment in putting on a floyd just isn’t worth it. : i have a schector diamond series, devils elite guitar and i want to get a floyd rose fitted to it. Can anyone tell me, how it will efect the sound of my guitar, how much it will cost and if it is worth the money. please.

    • #43943
      Anonymous
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      Steve Vai Midi File Whispering A prayer

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    • #43941
      Anonymous
      Guest

      the value of my Gibson L6S guitar

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    • #43940
      Anonymous
      Guest

      where can i purchase a 62 strat headstock logo decal?

      • #102337
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : where can i purchase a 62 strat headstock logo decal? Chap selling Tele decals on Ebay U.S. Reckons he can supply just about anything- I just bought early 60’s tele one.

      • #114021
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : where can i purchase a 69 strat headstock logo decal?

      • #112260
        Anonymous
        Guest

        where can I purchase a set of re-issue 1957 strat headsock decals

        • #112512
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Where can I purchase a late 80’s headstock decal for a fender jazz bass?

    • #43939
      Anonymous
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      I am glad I bought my Rhoades V before Fender can Fuck the rest of the Jackson line up. And by the way they can burn in hell for firing Kevin!! Jackson is still the metal weopon.

      • #102982
        Anonymous
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        I too am glad I have my USA Jacksons already. After the initial shock of the news of the buyout I have calmed down and am now taking a wait and see attitude. I am no fan of Fender guitars either, but only time will tell, like 2004, if Jacksons quality will be compromised.

    • #43938
      Anonymous
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      I need to know who makes silvertone guitars

      • #102960
        Anonymous
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        Imay be wrong, but I think Samick does.

    • #43937
      Anonymous
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      Best acoustic guitars for $300 and under

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    • #43935
      Anonymous
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      i have a fernandes guitar i’m interested in selling. it’s about five yeras old i believe it’s the retrorocket model can ayone find a price for me?

    • #43936
      Anonymous
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      Hofner Senator Guitar - Help Please

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    • #43934
      Anonymous
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      Help me. i try to play my guitar from tabs and find i need to tune to drop d and i don’t know how, can anyone help me? it would be much apreciated Harry

      • #104381
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello Harry To Tune your guitar in Drop D you have tune the low E (6st string) into a D, That’s It

      • #103312
        Anonymous
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        : Help me. : i try to play my guitar from tabs and find i need to tune to drop d and i don’t know how, can anyone help me? it would be much apreciated Shakey…Like the other person said…drop your sixth string (top E) down so it sounds like your D (fourth string). Sometimes you need too drop the little E too. Neil Young plays a lot of stuff this way…with both strings dropped. Guitarguy : Harry

      • #102958
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Tune your low E string down to D and you are done. The other strings stay as normal.

    • #43933
      Anonymous
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      Takamine lawsuit Martin 00-28 copy

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    • #43931
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me which one is better Line 6 POD or Behringer V-AMP ??

    • #43932
      Anonymous
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      hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in hong kong. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

      • #111560
        Anonymous
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        : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in Romania. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

      • #103012
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in hong kong. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

        • #125184
          Anonymous
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          hi im looking for a second hand guitar i live in new zealand im just beginning to play the guitar and email me if the guitar is around $140.00

        • #115488
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in Ilkley in England. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

        • #115484
          Anonymous
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          : : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in Ilkley in Englan. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

        • #118393
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in the united kingdom. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

        • #104204
          Anonymous
          Guest

          oh….. : : hi, i’m looking for a second-hand electric guitar for sale, i’m located in hong kong. if anyone has any information about a guitar for sale in this area, or knows somewhere where i could buy one, please email me. thanks.

    • #43930
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need a "how to rewire any electric guitar anyway you want" book. Just a book covering 1,2 & 3 pickup selections with single and double coil examples using 2,3 or 5 way pickup selector switches, rotary or in-line.

      • #97550
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello this is an old type of les paul it has two pick up coils and four pods one vol for each with a tone. it also has two switches to be able to turn off or on or have both on together thanks best reguards Eddie

      • #103102
        Anonymous
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        The most convenient source I’ve found is Seymourduncan.com. I believe you go to the "support" link and they have every possible wiring combination. Plus it’s free… : I need a "how to rewire any electric guitar anyway you want" book. Just a book covering 1,2 & 3 pickup selections with single and double coil examples using 2,3 or 5 way pickup selector switches, rotary or in-line.

        • #113166
          Anonymous
          Guest

          :Iam looking to rewire a gibson epiphone can you help

      • #103030
        Anonymous
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        : I need a "how to rewire any electric guitar anyway you want" book. Just a book covering 1,2 & 3 pickup selections with single and double coil examples using 2,3 or 5 way pickup selector switches, rotary or in-line.

        • #112831
          Anonymous
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          : : I need a drawing of how to wire a pickup on a base for my grandson.

    • #43926
      Anonymous
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      soundgenerator.com is ‘The Essential Resource For Music’ in the UK and is also the biggest independant music site in the UK. We are starting a new chart which allows you to have your music voted into our chart my our members. The chart is monitered by the UK music industrty. Just sign up as a member which is free and then send us a link to your music, either via our message boards or by email. see you there.

      • #102977
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Very nice site. There is so much there. Will get you my music.

    • #43928
      Anonymous
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      Looking for missing parts for EA-250 which has been neglected over the yrs. I bought it in ’87 and never played it. Broke/missing parts from bad storage! Need pick-up rings, pickguard, etc.

      • #102430
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Looking for missing parts for EA-250 which has been neglected over the yrs. I bought it in ’87 and never played it. Broke/missing parts from bad storage! Need pick-up rings, pickguard, etc. Check eBay. I recently bought an EA 250 which needed a few parts and I have found everything I need on eBay.

    • #43929
      Anonymous
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      i’ll receives a zoom 3000s without a book…i think it’s not easy to use it could anyone help me??

    • #43927
      Anonymous
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      I am thinking of ordering a parker, but can’t go try one out as there is nowhere do do so where i live. Naturally, this makes me a bit cautious. Can you give me an idea of what parker guitars, and parker itself is like? What kinds of musicians play parkers? Would the peizo sound good through my electic amp? I don’t have enough $ for a new one. THanks for any help. If you want to email me, put it in your message, and i will get my address to you.

      • #103048
        Anonymous
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        I think they are great, goto: http://www.harmonycentral.com Check the reviews of the different models and just search the web for more info, : I am thinking of ordering a parker, but can’t go try one out as there is nowhere do do so where i live. Naturally, this makes me a bit cautious. Can you give me an idea of what parker guitars, and parker itself is like? What kinds of musicians play parkers? Would the peizo sound good through my electic amp? I don’t have enough $ for a new one. THanks for any help. If you want to email me, put it in your message, and i will get my address to you.

        • #103448
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          I have played Parkers (Nitefly, P-38, P-40) in stores, compared the 3 sgl-coil versions to Strats. The sound is cleaner and crisper than most units out there; very technically clean, but not sterile. They are incredibly light, versatile – especially with Piezo saddle pickups to capture the acoustic textures of sound. Parkers use innovative designs and parts that nobody else does. They have the best, slickest polished frets, which means the world when playing vibratto and bending strings. I don’t know how well they hold resell value, it should do reasonably well. I would expect $1000 for a used Nitefly to be a good deal. A guy in our band has a P-38 (configured like a Strat with a Piezo), and it seems to perform well, although it doesn’t sound like a classic Strat. It is not the best guitar for a hacker, because it plays so clean and versatile; it is well fit for the player who has playing skills in a variety of styles. WayneO : I think they are great, goto: : http://www.harmonycentral.com : Check the reviews of the different models and just search the web for more info, : : I am thinking of ordering a parker, but can’t go try one out as there is nowhere do do so where i live. Naturally, this makes me a bit cautious. Can you give me an idea of what parker guitars, and parker itself is like? What kinds of musicians play parkers? Would the peizo sound good through my electic amp? I don’t have enough $ for a new one. THanks for any help. If you want to email me, put it in your message, and i will get my address to you.

    • #43925
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      i’m lookin for max forbes from costa rica. he’s guitarist & singer. it’s for a job in cancun.thanks for any help. this is urgent. german. busco a max forbes de costa rica, es guitarrista y cantante. cuestiones de trabajo en cancun. agradezco cualquier información. german

    • #43924
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      WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE : intro effect (delay setting)

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    • #43923
      Anonymous
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      Attention Tim Patton: Please send all the neccesary info, prices, payment methods and addresses neccessary to acquire these tapes as soon as possible. I would also be interested in a book and or schematic on the EC-80 echo chamber.I also have acquired a GEMINI ECHO SYNTHESIZER EC-333. And was curious if the same tape loops as the the univox EC-80 were compatable. I would also be interested in replacing the heads and purchasing a manual and schematic on both systems.

      • #93676
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a ec-80 for sale ser # 000871. reino

    • #43921
      Anonymous
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      TENGO UNA GUITARRA MARCA EXCETRO ME GUSTARIA QUE ALGUIEN ME DIJERA DE DONDE ES LA FABRICA, CUANTO CUESTA? LA GUITARRA ES TIPO GIBSON DE JAZZ DE CAJA ANCHA!

    • #43922
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey Can you guys tell me what vacuum tubes go in the Crate GT-2oo guitar amp. All my tubes were made in Germany and I don’t have a clue what the numbers mean. I tried looking them up but no luck. A schematic would help.The only one I recognize is a Sovtec 12AX7WA. The other say ( MADE IN GERMANY, HOT ROD 9312, 95-120-01). This is the writing on the other vacuum tubes. If someone can give me the replacement tube model #s I would appreciate it. Thanks Erne

      • #97976
        Anonymous
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        The other three are 12au7 : Hey : Can you guys tell me what vacuum tubes go in the Crate GT-2oo guitar amp. All my tubes were made in Germany and I don’t have a clue what the numbers mean. I tried looking them up but no luck. A schematic would help.The only one I recognize is a Sovtec 12AX7WA. The other say ( MADE IN GERMANY, HOT ROD 9312, 95-120-01). This is the writing on the other vacuum tubes. If someone can give me the replacement tube model #s I would appreciate it. : Thanks : Erne

    • #43918
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can someone tall me how to play B?

      • #102970
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I will assume you mean the chord. Play an A chord and raise everything one whole step. That means instead of the nut doing the job for you, you will have to bar the second fret.

    • #43920
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi! i´m thinking about buying a used Hohner Revelation Rts for € 400,-. he said he bought it for about € 850,-. could that be the right price for the guitar??? how much did it really cost??? please tell me, thanks Tom

    • #43919
      Anonymous
      Guest

      > hello there! 11-16-02 > do any Guitar teachers out there have any suggestions for > effective > advertising to obtain new Guitar students? i know > word of mouth is > always the best form of advertising…but i need to > find other ways in > addition to fill up my guitar teaching schedule. i > would appreciate > any input you might have. > thanks! >

    • #43917
      Anonymous
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      ok, i know how to string together my Yam 6-channel to my mains, to my effects, amp, etc.; I know about my axes connections, recording only somewhat on my computer. i’ve written and practiced and will of course always, but I sincerely need some help with how to complete a clean do it myself demo, from experienced folk, can someone help me? I’ve used a few free digital recorders but would like input to easy to use software and steps to obtaining my goal for a simpleton like me.

      • #102995
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Tell me where your problem lies! Dave @ "Dave’s Garage"

        • #111434
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          well, i only want to play and not deal too much with some of these complicated terms, ha ha, but I’ve done a lot of experimenting, etc. but here it is-i used to have a potty studio 414 until it gave a$$ and i never got it down pat. I play my mesa b (miked) and have a zoom drum machine, 6 channel as previously said, and have hooked into my soundcard of my Dell and have recorded songs, but they don’t come out clean or any where near finished. I’ve used Musicmatch recorder, n-track, but do not understand them like I wish I would. Oh i also sing and write. Any suggestions or whatever might help, so please. thanks.

    • #43914
      Anonymous
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      I’m interested in Yamaha FG1500. If you are interested in selling yours, email me. Condition matters, but I’m willing to pay $1000+.

      • #91665
        Anonymous
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        I have one that Im willing to let go for $3000

        • #116545
          Anonymous
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          : I would sell mine [1973, S#1776] – perfect condition w/HSC – I do not know the appraised value but make an offer that is consistent with the market value and I would certainly consider a sale.

    • #43916
      Anonymous
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      Hey I am just wanting to know if anybody knows when the doctors are ever going to make a new album and if so when

    • #43915
      Anonymous
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      : Where can I find information about appraisers of vintage guitars? I have a old Goya guitar (Model g25 made by AB Herman Carlson in Sweden) which I bought in 1961 and is still in very good condition. I want to find out it is worth today. Can anyone out there help me??

      • #92958
        Anonymous
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        : : Where can I find information about appraisers of vintage guitars? I have a old Goya guitar (Model g25 made by AB Herman Carlson in Sweden) which I bought in 1961 and is still in very good condition. I want to find out it is worth today. Can anyone out there help me??

        • #112056
          Anonymous
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          I need an appraisal on an Epiphone Excellente-12. Can you get me to the right webs sites to get this information?

      • #87650
        Anonymous
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        >>>VintageGuitarPro.com<<< : : Where can I find information about appraisers of vintage guitars? I have a old Goya guitar (Model g25 made by AB Herman Carlson in Sweden) which I bought in 1961 and is still in very good condition. I want to find out it is worth today. Can anyone out there help me??

    • #43913
      Anonymous
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      If anyone has one for sale, please email me. [email protected]

    • #43912
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, I need some verry agressive sounding distortion stetings for the MP-2. Perhaps some Ulver-sounding one and Katatonia….

    • #43911
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought myself a nice Godin Electro-accoustic guitar with nylon strings.At times when I am playing the guitar the noise of the movement of my fingers is heard on the amplifier and even in my recordings. How can I avoid this. Thanks

      • #103025
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Use flat wounded strings : I bought myself a nice Godin Electro-accoustic guitar with nylon strings.At times when I am playing the guitar the noise of the movement of my fingers is heard on the amplifier and even in my recordings. : How can I avoid this. : Thanks

    • #43910
      Anonymous
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      I’v been playing guitar for a while now and i would like to know what is a good cheap software that i can either buy at a local store or prob download it for free.. I need it for recording and making my own music..Someone told me that a drum machine is not really good for adding drums, bass and vocals and what not..And that a software would be alot better. I tried to download some drum machine’s from kazaa but its more for techno i guess, and its really complicated..I would like to get a pretty easy understandable software that is made for guitar.. It would be of great help, any suggestions will be good. thanxs

    • #43909
      Anonymous
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      A new website has been done for cyril achard’ s new group taboo voodoo, featuring mike terrana on drums ! http://membres.lycos.fr/taboovoodooproject some mp3 are available …

    • #43907
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need schematics for my ENGL JIVE guitar amplifier. Can somebody help me, please ??

      • #80596
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need schematics (connection scheme) for my ENGL (601) JIVE guitar amplifier. Can somebody help me, please ??

      • #103046
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can somebody help me, please ??

        • #114749
          Anonymous
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          : Can somebody help me, please ??

        • #114748
          Anonymous
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          : Can somebody help me, please ??

    • #43906
      Anonymous
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      hi dudes! i need some expert advice. I’m gettin a new guitar soon and im torn between a tom delonge strat or a Epiphone les paul black beauty! i’m in two bands, one that does alot of blink covers and one that does its own songs and is a kinda indie/rock/punk style band! and im not sure which guitar i sould get to suit me an my band! HELP ME thanks dude DAN_PUNK

      • #90792
        Anonymous
        Guest

        GET THE TOM DELONGE!!!!!!!!!

      • #102829
        Anonymous
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        I think either one will do the job. The TD Strat has an Invader pickup. Very high output….great if you are overdriving a tube amp.The Epi is a little on the warm side but sounds ok through a dist. pedal. It is really a matter of personal taste. Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols used a Les Paul Custom mostly while BJ Armstrong uses strats…Personal Taste!!!

        • #111477
          Anonymous
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          thanks mate! that helped! i got a week or 2 to think it over! thanks again! see ya DAN

    • #43908
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m looking for Max Forbes guitar player & singer from Costa Rica. If you know him tell him this is for a job in cancun. thanks for your help. German. Estoy buscando a Max Forbes de Costa Rica. Es quitarrista y cantante. Es para cuestiones de trabajo en cancun. se agradece cualquier informacion. Gracias. German.

    • #43905
      Anonymous
      Guest

      after initiallizingmy amp wont get past the ‘welcome’ or startup process..wondering if anyone has had this sort of problem..thanks

      • #102827
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Not familiar with it, but try a ‘hard’ reset of it, in the manual it should tell you how, usually tou have to hold down a combo of keys while powering up and if it fails it might indicate an error message. : after initiallizingmy amp wont get past the ‘welcome’ or startup process..wondering if anyone has had this sort of problem..thanks

    • #43903
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1954 Fender Esquire, blonde, and in excellent shape. Anyone know what something like this might be worth (ballpark)?

      • #102850
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Depends on condition and whats original, whats the s/n and pocket/neck dates, pot info, etc ?? theres alot of stuff you have to check to get a realistic appraisal, can ya post the pics ?? : I have a 1954 Fender Esquire, blonde, and in excellent shape. Anyone know what something like this might be worth (ballpark)?

      • #102855
        Anonymous
        Guest

        sure you do………. I saw one at Guitar Center for $12,000.

    • #43904
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi. I haven’t played around with too many BOSS pedals (or other brands) so I need to know–can anyone recommend a BOSS or other pedal for great clean tone? I want powerful, biting, full, shimmering clean tone (think of the beginning of Springsteen’s "Glory Days") that ISN’T fuzzy or too "metal". I often have to plug in with a direct line for recording, so I need something that sounds like playing loud and clean through a Fender amp. (By the way, I play a Telecaster.) I prefer something fairly inexpensive and easy to find, as I live in Taiwan and there isn’t a lot of choice for equipment. MUCH THANKS!

      • #102844
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi, ever tried the Boss Acoustic Simulator? Check this: http://www.bossus.com/index.asp?pg=1&tmp=17 I tried it and found it does a good job, but you will find out yourself. Zandy [email protected] : Hi. I haven’t played around with too many BOSS pedals (or other brands) so I need to know–can anyone recommend a BOSS or other pedal for great clean tone? I want powerful, biting, full, shimmering clean tone (think of the beginning of Springsteen’s "Glory Days") that ISN’T fuzzy or too "metal". I often have to plug in with a direct line for recording, so I need something that sounds like playing loud and clean through a Fender amp. (By the way, I play a Telecaster.) I prefer something fairly inexpensive and easy to find, as I live in Taiwan and there isn’t a lot of choice for equipment. MUCH THANKS!

    • #43902
      Anonymous
      Guest

      large body tapered from back to front possibly 1971 serial # 2708 mint

      • #102828
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : large body tapered from back to front possibly 1971 serial # 2708 mint need an appraisal

      • #102824
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : large body tapered from back to front possibly 1971 serial # 2708 mint tapering is from backside of guitar to front side

      • #102853
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : large body tapered from back to front possibly 1971 serial # 2708 mint tapering is from backside of guitar to front side

    • #43900
      Anonymous
      Guest

      alo there How are you Doin?? Well I have Washburn Nuno bettencourt N2 guitar. I want to make this guitar sound like heaven, U got the idea. I am really messed up wid choice of pickups. I want to change them , Can u suggest me a very warm pick up system which can handle Blues,hard rock,Shredding,clean tones and Metal(not really !!) well. your choice n’ words wud be my choice… So wat do u say bout nice Pick up combination bcos i am not happy with Bill Lawrence L-500 Pick up and washburn stock pick up…

      • #102953
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I use Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge and 59’er in the neck.

    • #43901
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What’s the best site online to learn finger picking..

    • #43899
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Voxton X215 Guitar

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    • #43898
      Anonymous
      Guest

      any fine boys out there

      • #102684
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can’t find any at the library ?? try thy casinos. : any fine boys out there

    • #43897
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Best Quality Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitars, Mandolins, Banjo , Bongo, Congo, Harmonium, Tabla available at very good prices, any quantity, contact [email protected]

    • #43896
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have posted several replies to messages and for some reason they are not getting posted on this forum. I am sorry but I don’t know what the problem is. Cord

    • #43895
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how much is my guitar worth?

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    • #43893
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 13 year old son who wants an electric guitar for Christmas. I really don’t know if he will stick with it or not so I don’t want to spend too much but I would like to get a decent guitar in case he really likes it. Any ideas on where to start?

      • #102823
        Anonymous
        Guest

        first of all I would go to mucisains friend to have them mail you a christmas issue because it has many ood sstarting guitar packages. if you don’t want to buy a package I sugest a good epiphone or squier and a fender or marshell 10 or 15 watt amp

      • #102681
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I defintely agree with looking into ‘low end’ fender and epiphone models. And if you do know someone who plays take them along or heve them look around on ebay, you can usually get a decent fender made in mexico (MIM) telecaster or squire strat for under $200, and they play pretty well and are easy to setup/maintain/modify (basically take care of). Another option/fender to consider is a stratacoustic, it is an acoustic/electric and though I personally don’t care one bit for them, I gave mine to my 13 yo nephew last year and he loves it, and it costs about $150. I would stay away from guitars with trems, i.e. guitars with floyd rose trems especially, as a cheap one might make somee cool sounds, and look cool too, but they can cause alot of headaches for a beginner (anyone for that matter) and a guitar with a good trem will probally cost more than you want to spend. Theres another company Jay Turser that makes pretty decent copies of the most ‘popular’ models, and I have played several and the quality was suprisingly good for the price… just another option. : I have a 13 year old son who wants an electric guitar for Christmas. I really don’t know if he will stick with it or not so I don’t want to spend too much but I would like to get a decent guitar in case he really likes it. Any ideas on where to start?

        • #103463
          Anonymous
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          It’s going to cost you $250 to get started. Many manufacturers are making "Starter Kits" – an electric guitar, a practice amp, straps and chords for that price. It is important to have an instrument that inspires the player, and getting the string height adjusted to it’s prime height will make the instrument play easily. That is called the set-up. Also, consider making up your own "kit", by buying a $129-$150 guitar from, say the Squire line, adding an amp modeling unit (such as Behringer V- $149, a Johnson J-station $149, or a Digitech Genesis $99) that has tons of amp models and sound effects built into it. Those will inspire you a while lot more than a dinky 10 watt amp with an 8" speaker. Buy a headphone for $30 and let the student learn the electric guitar in silence (to you), but thru a cranked-up Marshall amp to him! Then when he gets good, connect the amp modeler unit to your stereo speakers at home, serve food and sell tickets. If the whole plan goes kaput to him, sell the kit to one of a 1000 college students living in a dorm that want to hear themselves play thru a big amp sound, but can’t afford to disturb the rest of the dorm with the noise. WayneO : : I defintely agree with looking into ‘low end’ fender and epiphone models. And if you do know someone who plays take them along or heve them look around on ebay, you can usually get a decent fender made in mexico (MIM) telecaster or squire strat for under $200, and they play pretty well and are easy to setup/maintain/modify (basically take care of). Another option/fender to consider is a stratacoustic, it is an acoustic/electric and though I personally don’t care one bit for them, I gave mine to my 13 yo nephew last year and he loves it, and it costs about $150. : I would stay away from guitars with trems, i.e. guitars with floyd rose trems especially, as a cheap one might make somee cool sounds, and look cool too, but they can cause alot of headaches for a beginner (anyone for that matter) and a guitar with a good trem will probally cost more than you want to spend. : Theres another company Jay Turser that makes pretty decent copies of the most ‘popular’ models, and I have played several and the quality was suprisingly good for the price… just another option. : : : I have a 13 year old son who wants an electric guitar for Christmas. I really don’t know if he will stick with it or not so I don’t want to spend too much but I would like to get a decent guitar in case he really likes it. Any ideas on where to start?

      • #102689
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Let me start by saying I am not a fan of Fender guitars but they have a decent line of entry level guitars at very reasonable prices. $175-$300. If he is anything like usual 14 year olds he likes heavier music, so make sure you get him one with at least 1 humbucker pickup.Single coil pickups will not have the power or sustain needed for heavy music. The Tom Delonge Squier Strat is not a bad starter guitar, around $250 (made in China or something) The Fender Tom Delonge Strat (made in Mexico) I think is around$479. Epiphone also makes a good line of beginner guitars. Guitar Center has full inventory of both manufacturers. A small practice amplifier will cost between $69-$120. Good luck and my best advice is to bring someone along who has some experience buying guitars because the salesmen are real sharks when a Mom or Dad comes in around Christmas time. They know most parents are clueless about price and quality and will stear you to something that will put the most money in their pocket.

    • #43894
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi im mukesh from bombay india and im playing in a heavy thrash metal band and i would like u to help me in setting the distortion patches for bands like sepultura,metallica,megadeth,slayer in my korg ax 100g pedal

      • #102968
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hi im mukesh from bombay india and im playing in a heavy thrash metal band and i would like u to help me in setting the distortion patches for bands like sepultura,metallica,megadeth,slayer in my korg ax 100g pedal

        • #103165
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : hi im mukesh from bombay india and im playing in a heavy thrash metal band and i would like u to help me in setting the distortion patches for bands like sepultura,metallica,megadeth,slayer in my korg ax 100g pedal

          • #115557
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : : hi im manik from delhi, india and im playing in a heavy metal band and i need distortion patches of bands like metallica,megadeth,slayer in my korg 1500g pedal

    • #43892
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #43891
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What is a good site to find free mp3’s and a site with correct and free guitar tabs?? if u can help me that will be great

      • #102702
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Mxtabs is for tabs and emp3finder.com

    • #43889
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey yea umm i used my amp liek on a monday and by wed it jsu didn;t turn on .. liek no power.. i have yet to try a new fuse but i didn;t no if ne one had ne info on this happeneing or sumthing.. hte amp is bout 3 years old and i bought it used. all new tubes and everything.. any info would be great.. thanx. ANDY

      • #102683
        Anonymous
        Guest

        hey dude like chek da fuse or da plug : hey yea umm i used my amp liek on a monday and by wed it jsu didn;t turn on .. liek no power.. i have yet to try a new fuse but i didn;t no if ne one had ne info on this happeneing or sumthing.. hte amp is bout 3 years old and i bought it used. all new tubes and everything.. any info would be great.. thanx. ANDY

        • #102987
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : hey dude like chek da fuse or da plug :Buy a Line6 amp head insane drive sounds great : : hey yea umm i used my amp liek on a monday and by wed it jsu didn;t turn on .. liek no power.. i have yet to try a new fuse but i didn;t no if ne one had ne info on this happeneing or sumthing.. hte amp is bout 3 years old and i bought it used. all new tubes and everything.. any info would be great.. thanx. ANDY

          • #103078
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Agreed, gots 2 o dem and they scream !!!!! : :Buy a Line6 amp head insane drive sounds great : : : hey yea umm i used my amp liek on a monday and by wed it jsu didn;t turn on .. liek no power.. i have yet to try a new fuse but i didn;t no if ne one had ne info on this happeneing or sumthing.. hte amp is bout 3 years old and i bought it used. all new tubes and everything.. any info would be great.. thanx. ANDY

    • #43888
      Anonymous
      Guest

      chords to "take five"

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    • #43890
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would like to know if anyone knows the address or e-mail for Barney Kessel, as I had heard he had a stroke and was quite ill. In 1962, as a guitarist growing up in HS, Barney Kessel was my idol and inspiration to play guitar. I would like to know if anyone has any information about his condition, ware bouts and any way to contact he or his wife Phyllis. Thank you, Eric

      • #102973
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I would like to know if anyone knows the address or e-mail for Barney Kessel, as I had heard he had a stroke and was quite ill. : In 1962, as a guitarist growing up in HS, Barney Kessel was my idol and inspiration to play guitar. I would like to know if anyone has any information about his condition, ware bouts and any way to contact he or his wife Phyllis. : Thank you, : Eric

        • #113358
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Barney Kessel is quite seriously ill and lives in San Diego with his wife, Phyliss. Do to the tremendous medical bills the couple needs financial help! Send dontations to: Mrs. Phyliss Kessel 4445 North Avenue San Diego, CA 92116-3940 All money goes directly to Barney’s medical care costs. Thank you! Regards, Jim ([email protected])

    • #43886
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a lot of scanned tabs to trade. I have tabs of these bands : Black Sabbath Bush Cacophony Chet Atkins Dream Theater Eric Clapton Eric Johnson Extreme  (Nuno Bettencourt) Joe Satriani Metallica Mr. Big Ozzy Osbourne Quiet Riot Red hot chili pepper Stevie Ray Vaughn Tony Macalpine Vinnie Moore Yngwie Malmsteen

      • #107085
        Anonymous
        Guest

        HI – I have some Van Halen tabs and heaps of others, I’m interested in trading. My email is [email protected]. Thanks Chris

    • #43887
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey guys anyone help me….i need tabs of sanjay mishra….for julia…….help me out plz mail me the tabs if u got them thanks a lot………

    • #43883
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can somebody please explain how I should go about getting a wah wah or a (volume controll)with one off these two prossesors (with voodu valve or chamilion) I do have a Midi Mate too. Apreciate

    • #43885
      Anonymous
      Guest

      A truly sad day in history as far as I am concerned. I also heard they (FENDER) fired Kevin Easton, whom I understand has been at Jackson from the beginning. You can read about it on the Fender website(www.fender.com)and in it they state that they have no plans to change the Jackson line "too much". Glad I got my USA Jacksons already, I dont have to worry about paying for an inferior product(i.e. Fender built). But taht is just my opinion and you know what they say about opinions……..

      • #80789
        Anonymous
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        I didn’t get fired. I just didn’t take the job offered to me in arizona. No big deal, I’ve opened my own shop called http://www.EastonGuitars.com and we’re doing pretty well. Just thought I’d square up the loose end.

      • #111695
        Anonymous
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        This is a great day in history as far as i I am concerned.A sad fact of progress is that some will get fired.the Jackson co. must have problems’s fender to buy them out.Being a fender fan all my life I know the level of quality demand from all ther branches.I can see only improvement in electrodynamics and looks in store for Jackson.Think of the jump in value for those of us that own an original jackson.this is only my opinion,and every one I know.

      • #102693
        Anonymous
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        Fender said they wouldn’t screw with Guild when they bought them. Well, Fender has totally screwed up Guild, discontinuing models, poor material and build quality, taking shortcuts, introducing Dearmond and then screwing that up. I wish Fender would just make Strats, Teles, P basses, J basses, tube amps, and just leave the rest of the shit alone. And now it’s their turn to screw Jackson up. Buy your Jacksons now because they just won’t be the same. Let’s see, how about squier by Jackson? And build them in China, yeah, that’s the ticket!

        • #111373
          Anonymous
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          No Shit!!!I have my 3 USA Jacksons. RR1,KV2 andKE2 but I have been looking for a WR1. Now I guess I will have to buy a used one because I wont buy one made by Fender. When I go to Guitar Center the walls are plastered with mass produced Fender crap from all over the planet. The Jackson section usually has one Soloist, Kelly and Rhoads. Been hoping for that elusive USA Jackson Warrior to show up. Now forget it.

    • #43884
      Anonymous
      Guest

      AX100G instruction manual

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    • #43881
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m lookin’ for Max Forbes guitar player & singer from Costa Rica. Thanks for any info. Urgent.German Garcia. Estoy buscando al guitarrista y cantante Max Forbes de Costa Rica. Me urge entrar en contacto con él para cuestiones de trabajo en Cancun,Mex. Agradeceré cualquier información.Germán García.

    • #43882
      Anonymous
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      busco a Max forbes de Costa Rica

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    • #43880
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking for some soft and bluesy tones for Boss me-6. My interest is in Mark Knopfler sound or Ray Voughan’s sounds…I know i can’t get too much with a Me-6 and a Les Paul guitar but I got to make a try. It got to be somewere some printable settings I can use… Thanks anyway… Sica

    • #43879
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hhgjkjl

    • #43877
      Anonymous
      Guest

      learning base guitar

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    • #43878
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I see in many guitar references the letter c.followed by a date ie c.1964. What does the (c.) designate?

      • #102670
        Anonymous
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        (c) is the copywrite year, c. is short for ‘circa’ which is the year (or close to it) when it was written, also on the net things arent consistent, so I would just look at it as a reference as to when the song was written. : I see in many guitar references the letter c.followed by a date ie c.1964. What does the (c.) designate?

      • #102695
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It usually is in reference to the approximate date a song was composed, or something was made, if the exact date is unknown. If it is thought that the item in question was from around 1850 they would use c.(short for circa, which means ‘about’) and print c1850, or circa 1850. Jim

    • #43874
      Anonymous
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      Want to know the value of this guitar. My Dad gave it to me and I havent been able to find any info on it. I’m just curious as to how much its worth.

      • #102676
        Anonymous
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        Sorry forgot to tell u what it is: 1971 Epiphone FT- 135 Cortez: Want to know the value of this guitar. My Dad gave it to me and I havent been able to find any info on it. I’m just curious as to how much its worth.

        • #112191
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          : Sorry forgot to tell u what it is: 1971 Epiphone FT- 135 Cortez: Want to know the value of this guitar. My Dad gave it to me and I havent been able to find any info on it. I’m just curious as to how much its worth. I got one too, Number 145 plays like a dream. I ‘ve been offered $ 800.

    • #43875
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      The Original Slide Guitar Clip

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    • #43876
      Anonymous
      Guest

      We have a link to your database, we have moved and the e-mail address iks not accurate and the web page is not up. We are working on this problem but need to change the e mail address to the above address, should anyone find us. Thanks I don’t even know if this is the way to do this, I don’t know how to contact you. Sandi Surber inventors wife

      • #80174
        Anonymous
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        The site is now up and running at http://www.theslideclip.com and it contains links to email addresses for more information and ordering the innovative and original slide guitar clip…everyone who uses a slide could use one of these clips. : We have a link to your database, we have moved and the e-mail address iks not accurate and the web page is not up. We are working on this problem but need to change the e mail address : to the above address, should anyone find us. Thanks I don’t even know if this is th