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    • #53163
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      Trying to get a similar slash tone. Bought the GV-2. I don’t know what is going on, I can’t get anything i really like. Have volume, treble middle and bass, also gain and Drive volume. the GV-2 has gain, bass, treble, deep, middle and volume. Anyone know of any good settings to give me a slash tone? I know its a strech from a Marshall JCM rig. But have nothing else to go on.

      • #93096
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        sometimes you have to admit that tone is in the fingers, ok so you need an overdriven valve amp, and a solid body humbucking guitar, maybe a wah too, but there is nothing myserious about his tone, the guy can set up on any rig with any old les paul and still sound like slash, 90% of what he plays is in the fingers and 10% wizardry. try treble at 8 bass at 7 and mid all the way off, gain on 9.

    • #53161
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      I had some dumb asses rewire my guitar and was burned not by them but their stupidity[I am to blame as well].They did not realize what a tone choke was and removed it from my guitar rewiring it as a 3 way les paul type deal. Not a bad job , but not the right job. The tone choke is lost and I have been trying to look for one for about a year now any pointers please throw me a bone

      • #93111
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        : I had some dumb asses rewire my guitar and was burned not by them but their stupidity[I am to blame as well].They did not realize what a tone choke was and removed it from my guitar rewiring it as a 3 way les paul type deal. Not a bad job , but not the right job. The tone choke is lost and I have been trying to look for one for about a year now any pointers please throw me a bone i know some dumbasses with a tone choke and will deliver the message, making sure i tell them what they are.

    • #53160
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      Who has any information about this acoustic guitar, Morris W609TM? There’s nothing on their website about pre-2002 models.

      • #92969
        Anonymous
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        Try Harmony Central’s reviews.

    • #53159
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      Looking for Tele Plus/Plus Deluxe [Sunburst]

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    • #53158
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      Guns N Roses effects pedal

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    • #53157
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      does any 1 have any suggestions of what pedals sound like ozzy osbourne?

      • #95906
        Anonymous
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        : does any 1 have any suggestions of what pedals sound like ozzy osbourne?no u fag

      • #92964
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        : does any 1 have any suggestions of what pedals sound like ozzy osbourne? Yes- ask the question with CAPS LOCK.

    • #53156
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      I just bought a japan made classical guitar the lable inside say made in Japan De Gama can anyone tell me anything about it.

    • #53155
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      What’s the going rate for these things these days, anyway?

    • #53154
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      I need help here, i want an ozzy osbourne sounding effects pedal any 1 have a suggestion to what pedal i should get?

      • #96202
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        : I need help here, i want an ozzy osbourne sounding effects pedal any 1 have a suggestion to what pedal i should get? Zach Wylde Pedal is probably best.

      • #92947
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        Which of Ozzy’s guitar players do you want to sound like? Randy Rhoads-MXR distortion+ and chorus Jake E. Lee-Overdrive pedal Zakk Wylde-Overdrive pedal and EQ (for lows)

    • #53152
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      Hi, i need a manual for a bandit peavy 112 80watts, thanks [email protected] Sorry by my english

    • #53153
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      I need information on a Epiphone Excellente 12 Ft-565?

      • #112872
        Anonymous
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        do not buy epiphone. i was going to buy an epiphone but got a much better deal with a small custom company. its called indie guitars try it.

      • #95869
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        : I need information on a Epiphone Excellente 12 Ft-565? If you find anything out, will you let me know? please! I have one too! Thanks Barb

    • #53150
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      I would like to buy a Fender starcster from the 70’s . Please e-mail me [email protected] . Thanks.

    • #53151
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      I would like to buy a Fender starcster from the 70’s . Please e-mail me [email protected] . Thanks.

    • #53148
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      lease send me old hit songs of kishor kumar

    • #53149
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      I Want to sell my Fender Starcaster 77, Black serial S 708934, for more information write me desiredepablocantv.net, [email protected]

      • #95184
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        : I Want to sell my Fender Starcaster 77, Black serial S 708934, for more information write me desiredepablocantv.net, [email protected]

        • #112486
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          : : How much for the Starcaster? Email me pics. I’am in Nashville, Tn

      • #93710
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        What is your asking price?

    • #53147
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      i have a fender highway one strat, i dont know the serial number off but when i get it where will i be able to find out its details.

    • #53146
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      if anyone knows anything about how tom has his amp set please let me know

      • #93107
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        buy yourself a korg pandora PX4, it has a blink 182 setting, its eerily close.

    • #53145
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      what is a whami rod?! god heeeeelllllp!

      • #97536
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        its called a tremelo bar

      • #92818
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        Have you ever seen a handle hanging down from near the bridge of an electric guitar? That’s a whammy rod. When you wiggle it it varies the tension on the strings and makes a cool sound.

    • #53144
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      A few carefully thought out replies of mine, totally on topic, seem to have disappeared within a half hour of posting. Meanwhile some far less topical postings remain. Should I bother answering any other postings?

      • #92797
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        I quit IE and tried again with Netscape. All my postings were there, even though I hadn’t been able to get them on IE even after emptying the cache, deleting the cookies and refreshing.Excuse me for getting upset.

        • #92965
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          No problems 🙂 : I quit IE and tried again with Netscape. All my postings were there, even though I hadn’t been able to get them on IE even after emptying the cache, deleting the cookies and refreshing.Excuse me for getting upset.

    • #53143
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      iron maiden & stratovarius patches for zoom1010

    • #53142
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      I’ve been looking around for a Giboson Sg-x and I can’t find one anywhere so if anyone has one that they’re looking to get rid of for cheap or knows where I can get cheap, email me!

    • #53141
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      In labouring to answer questions on scales and chords, I realise how useful it would be to be able to post DIAGRAMS on this board. Maybe some computer wiz can work out how to put up a grid that we can use for chord diagrams and scales etc. Which reminds me to mention tabledit.com which has a great system based on a small free program. I get huge mileage out of this program.

      • #92968
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        It wouldn’t be hard to do a diagram in ASCii would it? : In labouring to answer questions on scales and chords, I realise how useful it would be to be able to post DIAGRAMS on this board. Maybe some computer wiz can work out how to put up a grid that we can use for chord diagrams and scales etc. : Which reminds me to mention tabledit.com which has a great system based on a small free program. I get huge mileage out of this program.

        • #93405
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          I suppose not, but wouldn’t it be cool to be able to scribble something up with the mouse?

    • #53140
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      I’ve had a Crate GLX30 for my entire guitarplaying carreer and i’m looking for a stronger sound but i dont have enough money to buy a new amp. i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what i could do. i’ve been wondering about the speaker jack but wasnt sure if it was any use, and if so, wut kind of speaker would be good.

    • #53139
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      I’ve had a Crate GLX30 for my entire guitarplaying carreer and i’m looking for a stronger sound but i dont have enough money to buy a new amp. i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what i could do. i’ve been wondering about the speaker jack but wasnt sure if it was any use, and if so, wut kind of speaker would be good.

    • #53138
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      Hi, I’m looking for an Ibanez Musician to buy. I have found one and the guy sent me some pictures on it. I have however problem in identifying which model it is. It looks just like an ordinary MC150 with the mic switch on upper part of the guitar. What puzzles me is that it has an tremolo bridge. I have never seen any pictures of an Musician with a tremolo. Does anyone have any idea of what model it could be? Thanks, Magnus

      • #95204
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        : Hi, I’m looking for an Ibanez Musician to buy. I have found one and the guy sent me some pictures on it. I have however problem in identifying which model it is. : It looks just like an ordinary MC150 with the mic switch on upper part of the guitar. What puzzles me is that it has an tremolo bridge. I have never seen any pictures of an Musician with a tremolo. Does anyone have any idea of what model it could be? : Thanks, Magnus Hey man don’t worry. I’ve seen some rigged up Ibanez Musicians’ You know how the 80’s were. Do it Yourself. Well Send the pics to my e-mail and I will check it out for you. I own an Ibanez Musician 200 ds and a mc150 like you are hopefully buying. It was most likely put on a while back when decided that they were not good at guitar and needed a tremelo to put out the sounds they wanted because the guitar was not good enough. but I"ll check out the pics and try to verify it hope this helps…………….Later

      • #93106
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        : Hi, I’m looking for an Ibanez Musician to buy. I have found one and the guy sent me some pictures on it. I have however problem in identifying which model it is. : It looks just like an ordinary MC150 with the mic switch on upper part of the guitar. What puzzles me is that it has an tremolo bridge. I have never seen any pictures of an Musician with a tremolo. Does anyone have any idea of what model it could be? : Thanks, Magnus there once was a couple of missing people here that would of answered by now. you may have to direct your question at http://www.ibanezcollectors.com – greetings from friends at jemsite and ibanez collectors

    • #53137
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      I have a Crate PFM -60 with bad output transistors. They have no numbers on them. Can anyone tell me what they are supposed to be?

    • #53134
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      Hello, i was wondering if any one knew how i could use the serial number on a guitar to find out things like: -when it was made? -what type of wood for neck and body -pickups -length of neck and such is there a website or someething? ANY HELP WOULD BE VERY APPRECIATED!!!! thanks -preston

    • #53135
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      I’m really confused about modes. I understand the modes starting in Cmaj.No#’s or b’s. Ionian starts with C, Dorian with D Phrygian with E etc.but when it comes to other scales theres where the confustion starts. Ex: I’m Starting in Dmaj 2#’s f&c. Is that Dmaj considered the Ionian mode and do all the following mode just use the # and b of the Dmaj.Now the next mode is Dorian which would be an E note (which as a major has 4 #’s). Do I use the E as a Major or like I asked, do I still continue to use only the Dmaj # and b??? Help. Very confusing. Thank you any one who can help.

      • #92800
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        I took some time and care to answer this, but my post seems to have been wiped within a half hour.

      • #92811
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        The only confusion seems to be what key to call each mode. I think there needs to be a clearer convention on this. (notes:) e f# g a b c# d e is the Dorian Mode taken from a Dmajor "mother key", I would think most musos would know what that means, but the question remains what key are we in? Well it’s some kind of E, and since the third note is one and a half tones from the first it is some kind of E minor . Anything with the third note at that distance from the first is minor, and anything with the third note two full tones from the first is major. So I think the clearest name for the key of the above scale is: E minor ( Dorian Mode) or if you really want to spell it out: E minor ( Dorian Mode-from D major) We generally learn our modes in C and then work them out in other keys. Risking labouring the point, A mode formed by starting on the second note of a major scale will always be Dorian. A mode formed by starting on the third note of a major scale will always be Phrygian. etc The trick with modes is making the new key note sound like "home". There is usually a little sequence or a temporary change to the scale to point to the new "home". Using the above Dorian example, lines finishing with (chords) Dm C Dm will make the Dm chord sound like the piece could finish there. The key note of a piece will always make it sound finished. ( which doesn’t mean you MUST finish on the key note) In E Phrygian (which by the way is minor) based on C major, we have (notes) e f g a b c d e The chords available are the same chords available to C major ; that is: Em F G Am Bdim C Dm but finishing on Em can sound indefinite. In flamenco etc., E major , which is not strictly in the mode, is substituted for Em especially at the end of lines, to give a bolder finish. So we have 3 major chords in a row; G F E ( sounds Flamencoesque already ) We would use C major pattern ( no #’s) for lead runs except when the E major chord crops up, in which case we might finish a line on a g# note ( E major includes g#, Em includes g ) One more example: Lets say we want the Mixolydian mode in E . That mode starts on the 5th note of a major pattern, so counting back, we know that A must be the "mother" key. A has c# f# and g#, so we get: e f# g# a b c# d e (The only difference from E major is the position of the 7th note. In E major we would have a d#) This mode has a bluesy sound because it includes E7 (rather than Emaj7) as a chord available on the "home" note. It would not really include a B7, which has a d# note in it, but to get a convincing feeling of E being "home" you would often play B7 (rather than Bmaj7) before E. When a blues harmonica player picks up an A harp to play in E, they are playing in the Mixolydian mode. So modes are moods, and the feel of each one is more important than its name. Practicing against a low drone note on the new "home" can help.

    • #53133
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      I was wondering if anyone knows info about the early 70’s 5038. It has a flame maple back and sides and alvarez spelled out in the headstock. I was just curious of the value.

    • #53136
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      I noticed an old message regarding Favilla guitars, posted by someone who studied with Herk Favilla. I have a Classical Herk Favilla guitar, purchased in the early seventies that I am interested in selling or trading. If anyone is interested, or knows the approximate value, I’d like to hear from you. Thanks! Susan

    • #53131
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      fender bandmaster blackface combo amp

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    • #53132
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      looking for a heavy metal air guitarist for tv commercial asap must be an air guitarists who competes….

    • #53130
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      I’m having trouble finding any info on the aria model 780 I have. The serial number is 07720 does anyone know how much it is worth? thanks so much!!

      • #95327
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        : I’m having trouble finding any info on the aria model 780 I have. The serial number is 07720 does anyone know how much it is worth? : thanks so much!!

        • #112497
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          : : I’m having trouble finding any info on the aria model 780 I have. The serial number is 07720 does anyone know how much it is worth? : : thanks so much!! Hi, about 150.00 or more.Just got one from ebay.email and i’ll tell you what i found. Doug

    • #53127
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      Is there a free source online for determining used guitar values? (other than Ebay completed listings)

      • #93102
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        have you tried harmony central?? stratman gave a web address of a site that would value it for a fee.

    • #53129
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      does anyone own a futura guitar

      • #93582
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        me 1983 electra futura

    • #53128
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      how much are electra futura guitars worth it was made in 1983

    • #53126
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      Hey, I’ve been playing guitar for just over two years now, but I still haven’t learned many scales. I play all styles – rock, jazz, funk, metal etc… and I’m familiar with most of the chording stuff. Knowing the chording works fine for my rhythm guitaring, but I want to dig deeper into the world of soloing and really learn how to play guitar. The only scale I know well is the pentatonic scale, which works well for typical blues/rock soloing. What are some other good scales to learn? Fingering patterns, tabulature, names of the scales, and/or note-names would be really helpful! Thanks

      • #92801
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        As with the "modes" discussion, I put some effort into a clear reply which appears to have been wiped.

      • #92823
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        If you plot out the key of C over the whole fretboard, ( in other words mark all the places you can find the notes of C major a b c d e f g a b ) you will end up with a useful map that you can explore. This pattern can be split up into boxes which each cover a range of less than 6 frets and which each include a consecutive sequence of notes. Each of these boxes is a C major scale pattern. (a pattern is just an array of notes that you can treat as you like, a scale is a consecutive sequence of notes starting and finishing on the key note.) Once you know these boxes, you can easily convert them to other keys, just like sliding a bar chord. So in D they will all be 2 frets higher. So with consistent work for a few months you can know the whole neck in all major keys. I think this is a great investment. You will end up with favorite boxes and favorite bits of some others. A pentatonic scale just leaves out the 4th and 7th notes of a major scale. Another cool thing to do is to see what patterns fit around each chord, so you might look at an A minor bar chord on the 5th fret and find all the notes from C major that are near it. Within the full diagram described above, you can look for familiar chord shapes and licks, and extend your knowledge that way. There’s lots more but I think this whole neck approach is very useful.

        • #97660
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          You need to practice a new idea slower than you would like to get it mastered then speed it up. Always play with time. Say a metronome or drum machine. Don’t rely on your foot for time. In the intermediate stages, it’s important to learn songs and mimic your favorite players. How about copying the vocal melodies on the guitar. Great for phrasing and ear training. Learn to read music. This will help you to learn to count time, thus helping you communicate your ideas to the rhythm section of the band. They know how to count time. The guitarist is the illiterate one. This is due to playing patterns and reading tabliture. If you will not read on a regular basis and want to skin the cat when you’re playing, you should at least learn how to count time, and get into a bit of music theory. Guitarists like Eddie Van Halen and Eric Johnson claim they can’t read. But they can see the noted on the neck. They understand time and they have great grasp on theory. In a nutshell, don’t just learn scales and play them straight through. It tends to sound mechanical and unmusical. Learn where the scales came from and what the limits of them over various chords Try this…. a,c,d,e,g, this is your A minor pentatonic notes. Draw the entire guitar neck on paper and insert the notes named. Have it in front of you as you work your ideas. This will help you visulize new ideas as well as seeing the NOTES on the neck and not just patterns. Phrasing is a big part of it as well. You should think about phrase imitation, rhythmic imitation, and melodic imitation with your melodies and solos. A couple tips: try B minor and E minor pentatonic over an A minor chord. (more of a Dorian sound.) Try B minor pentatonic over a C Major 7th chord. (more of a Lydian sound.) All the best, Rick Olack (G.A.T.) <guitarists against tab> LOL for more tips while i have time, feel free to email me at [email protected]

    • #53125
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      Wanted:BOSS GE10 in good shape.Prefer:220V

    • #53124
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      i just need to know what kinda guitar strings Josh Homme uses..what kind what gauge everything

    • #53123
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      i acquired an alvarez acoustic electric silver edition from my father, and have the serial number (48303) and model number (2555S) with an addition number stamped in ink in the inside of the guitar on the neck (903122, best guess. the ink’s faded in some places) i’ve been on the alvarez website and just about everywhere else and can’t find any information about it. if you have any information at all, i’d be much obliged if you’d share it with me. thank you!

    • #53120
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      we have a franciscan model#cs3, does anyone have any information on this, or know where we can find information for this model? am interested in selling this for fair price, in pretty good condition–thank you for your help–

    • #53121
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      I have a Yamaha G85A acoustic guitar and are considering sellin it. What is a reasonable asking price?

      • #95592
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        I’d like to know as well. I have one to sell also. Mine is circa 1970-72.

    • #53122
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      Anyone know what a Godin G3000 in good condition would be worth?

    • #53119
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      what do they do? thanks.

      • #92814
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        Theoretically they delay the signal by a continuously varying amount which is less than the period of the wave, then mix that back with the original signal. In practice they make your sound go swish swish. The old Korg Mr.Multi pedal used to allow you to shift the phase by a set amount and just leave it there. I liked that effect more. If two pairs of people are swinging skipping ropes at the same frequency and amplitude, but one is up when the other is down, they are 180 degrees out of phase. If one is up when the other is half way down, they are 90 degrees out of phase. If one gets in and out of phase by catching up and then falling behind periodically, this is a model of what happens in a phase shifter.

    • #53118
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      Does anyone know what amp settings Taking Back Sunday’s guitarist Fred Mascherino uses?

      • #92944
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        ::Does anyone know what amp settings Taking Back Sunday’s guitarist Fred Mascherino uses?:: I think he just takes his amps and cranks them all up to "suck"

        • #96341
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          : :He uses a Mesa

    • #53117
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      I’m trying to find out anything about this guitar, it has a nice rich, deep sound, and it looks good too. Is this a collectible or desirable guitar? any idea as too it’s value? thanks

    • #53114
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      saya mahu kod lagu hati emas dari kumpulan kembara (m.nasir)

    • #53113
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      tolong hantar dengan segera

    • #53116
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      I was just given a Gibson 1955 Gold Top soild bosy guitar serial number# 5 9085. It it is in its original case. Does anyone know what the estimated value would be?

      • #93116
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        : I was just given a Gibson 1955 Gold Top soild bosy guitar serial number# 5 9085. It it is in its original case. Does anyone know what the estimated value would be? I got my guitar appraised today and found out it is in excellent condition. All original parts. I was appraised pretty well.

        • #112068
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          and how much did they say it is worth??

      • #92665
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        you gotta be kidding.

        • #125953
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          I know it sounds like a joke but I am serious. I even tried to tell the person who gave it to me that it was a classic and could have some value, but they said, "No it is yours".

          • #126315
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            anyone else want to handle this one?? i think its a wind up.

    • #53115
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      Silvertone Model #319.14559

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    • #53110
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      Looking to make a Martin bass guitar for my son for Christmas. Where is the best place to shop for a kit, and what are the pitfalls of building one? What kind of equipment is necessary to build it? Pat

    • #53112
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      Bigsby Silvertone Patent #d-169,120

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    • #53109
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      Im looking for the cords to the newsboys song devotion its of their new cd

      • #93104
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        : Im looking for the cords to the newsboys song devotion its of their new cd I don’t get it. Saw the request and i sent word to the band that you were looking for their song. Then 3 more postings by??? for the same thing???. Is this crazy or what…. sum kinda joke. Request denied.

    • #53111
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      I´m looking for Telecaster blueprints. Gonna try buliding one myself. Anyone know where I can find them?

    • #53106
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      Tabliture for Guitar

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    • #53107
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      Hey, i’m 14 and im getting a guitar or xmas and it my choice but i dunno what to get.i’ve been playing for about a year now and its somthing im really into so i want somthing to last me awhile. I’ve narrowed it down to Gibson Standard Les Paul or some kinda Fender Telecaster. What are the pros and cons of each guitar?

      • #97531
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        buy a indie they do rip offs of both makes but there far better quality and much less expensive. my one costs £539 but is equal to the £900 les paul. They also do fenders.

      • #94876
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        : Hey, i’m 14 and im getting a guitar or xmas and it my choice but i dunno what to get.i’ve been playing for about a year now and its somthing im really into so i want somthing to last me awhile. I’ve narrowed it down to Gibson Standard Les Paul or some kinda Fender Telecaster. What are the pros and cons of each guitar? i would go w/ the tele, but try to get a tele deluxe. it has a good feel…

      • #93844
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        My son is 14 and has been playibg for 2 years. I started him on a Fender Squire Strat to see how much he would really play. Once I knew that he was serious I bought him a Gibson Faded SG. Resonably priced and he loves it. Am on the hunt for a Les Paul standard or custom for a year or two down the road. Go to a guitar store and play what looks good to you. Stay with a high quality guitar or you will get frustrated. Good luck.

      • #92806
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        To keep it easy and considering your age, I would say play the guitar closest to what your heroes play. Listen to your favourite music, and find out what is being used. Always trust your own reaction to the sounds you hear.

        • #92970
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          thats good advice.

      • #92651
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        If it were a choice between the two, I’d definitely go for the Les Paul. As Lee said, the Gibson is definitely more versatile compared to a standard Tele. The Tele CAN do heavy stuff. For example, Tom Morello uses a Tele in almost all of his drop D tuned songs, but I believe he’s modded it quite a bit so that he gets a very different sound from the standard tele. However, with the humbucking pickups, tone knobs, and three-way switch on the Gibson, it’s way more versatile for sure. May I suggest, unless you’re 100% set on those guitars, that you look at a Schecter? I own a C1, and I think it has better quality and better value than either of those guitars. They’re overpriced, for what they offer, and the Schecter matches them in construction quality, sound quality, and reliability. Schecter’s also got the same lifetime warranty as Gibson (I dunno what fender’s warranty is). I don’t want to keep rambling, but they’re definitely good. Check out their website, and definitely go and play one if you can find a dealer. happy hunting! cheers

        • #96158
          Anonymous
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          if i were to choose one.. i would pick a telecaster… but one that has a humbucker in the bridge position giving it some presence but also the ability to have a twangy sound

          • #97517
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Sorry, but putting a humbucker in a tele bridge position removes all twang. The tele bridge pickup is what the twang comes from.

        • #94740
          Anonymous
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          : If it were a choice between the two, I’d definitely go for the Les Paul. As Lee said, the Gibson is definitely more versatile compared to a standard Tele. : The Tele CAN do heavy stuff. For example, Tom Morello uses a Tele in almost all of his drop D tuned songs, but I believe he’s modded it quite a bit so that he gets a very different sound from the standard tele. However, with the humbucking pickups, tone knobs, and three-way switch on the Gibson, it’s way more versatile for sure. : May I suggest, unless you’re 100% set on those guitars, that you look at a Schecter? I own a C1, and I think it has better quality and better value than either of those guitars. They’re overpriced, for what they offer, and the Schecter matches them in construction quality, sound quality, and reliability. Schecter’s also got the same lifetime warranty as Gibson (I dunno what fender’s warranty is). I don’t want to keep rambling, but they’re definitely good. Check out their website, and definitely go and play one if you can find a dealer. happy hunting! : cheers ?? A Les Paul more versatile than a Tele?? Try again dude! lol Not in this universe. Ever try getting a really clean sound out of a Les Paul? A Les Paul can get a huge sound…but that’s it. A Tele can get both super clean sounds AND super-fat huge sounds…and with its stock pickups too. I have both guitars, and my Tele can sound just as big as the Les Paul, but it can get crystal clear sounds, where the Les Paul can’t. Don’t try to give advice when when you don’t know what you’re talking about. Some guy asked for advice, not B.S.

          • #95732
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : : If it were a choice between the two, I’d definitely go for the Les Paul. As Lee said, the Gibson is definitely more versatile compared to a standard Tele. : : The Tele CAN do heavy stuff. For example, Tom Morello uses a Tele in almost all of his drop D tuned songs, but I believe he’s modded it quite a bit so that he gets a very different sound from the standard tele. However, with the humbucking pickups, tone knobs, and three-way switch on the Gibson, it’s way more versatile for sure. : : May I suggest, unless you’re 100% set on those guitars, that you look at a Schecter? I own a C1, and I think it has better quality and better value than either of those guitars. They’re overpriced, for what they offer, and the Schecter matches them in construction quality, sound quality, and reliability. Schecter’s also got the same lifetime warranty as Gibson (I dunno what fender’s warranty is). I don’t want to keep rambling, but they’re definitely good. Check out their website, and definitely go and play one if you can find a dealer. happy hunting! : : cheers : ?? A Les Paul more versatile than a Tele?? Try again dude! lol Not in this universe. Ever try getting a really clean sound out of a Les Paul? A Les Paul can get a huge sound…but that’s it. A Tele can get both super clean sounds AND super-fat huge sounds…and with its stock pickups too. I have both guitars, and my Tele can sound just as big as the Les Paul, but it can get crystal clear sounds, where the Les Paul can’t. Don’t try to give advice when when you don’t know what you’re talking about. Some guy asked for advice, not B.S. BS is exactly what you’re giving out. You have no idea what you’re talking about….there’s no comparison at any level when it comes to a LP vs Tele….LP wins hands down…no competition at all.

        • #111991
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It’s true the ‘moded’ tele can be very versatile, i have a Tele with 3 pickups, Seymore duncan hotrails on the bridge, then single coil in the mid, and the standard chrome PU on the neck, Status Quo use Tele’s, and i suppose they could be called heavy rock, but i cant think of anyone else, and a good sugestion on the schecter range, they are as you say good value and quality.

      • #92660
        Anonymous
        Guest

        2 totaly different guitars, nobody ever played heavy rock (apart from Jimmy Page on the first Led Zep record) on a standard telecaster, they make great blues, country, but forget heavier stuff. On the other hand the Les Paul does it all (maybe not country), but it all depends on your developing style, what kind of music do you prefer?? as i would say to everyone, go along to your music shop and play them, you will soon make up your mind, and make sure you play a few different types of Tele, they do loads of dirfferent models, they all have their own sounds and feel.

    • #53108
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i purchesed a secondhand rickenbacker over 20 years ago, how do i find out what model and year it was made. it is a usa model black with white scratchboard 3 pickups and a tremlo arm it as ye near the plug socket,any ideas anyone

      • #92652
        Anonymous
        Guest

        is it solid body?? and 21 frets?? if so i think its the 325 model, it should also have a solid chrome tailpeice, i think this is very similar to the John Lennon model of the mid sixties, you should have a 5th ‘blender’ knob that mixes betweeen the pickups. dont ask me whats its worth, i know a new one would cost £1100 + so an original 64-65 model would be a lot more.

    • #53104
      Anonymous
      Guest

      did kurt cobain come up with the general idea for that…or what? cuz im kind of confused on that….. cuz in his journal thingy it has all his ideas for the jagstang. so…yeah if n e body knows, please reply. thanks amber

      • #93601
        Anonymous
        Guest

        course he did stupid

        • #93734
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : course he did stupid Now that answer by sa really shows stupidity. Get a life and don’t spoil the forum!

      • #92655
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Here’s what happened Amber, you almost have to be an insider to really know. Yes, Kurt did some drawings and sketchings of guitar bodies to improve on what he thought was the unsatisfactory (or uncomfortable for him?) feel of the Mustang and the Jaguar. He preferred the Jag but wanted something lighter. He thoroughly hated the Mustang. He saw in his mind, a combination of the 2 guitars. He took a large picture of each, and cut them straight down the middle with a pair of scissors. He grafted the halves that he liked, together – Mustang on top, Jag on the bottom. Then he started sketching. He took the idea to Fender, it was the cut up photos that impressed the company, and the new Jagstang was all drawn up, ready for production in 1996. Kurt wanted an even shorter scale than either of the previous guitars, with a thinner neck. Also, he had to have one single coil pickup and one humbucker. He was given a few prototypes, but not production models (pre-1997). For a first guitar, it seems you would appreciate something like that. Try out the Fender Cyclone, short scale deluxe series. Costs more than a Squier. Good luck Amber …….. been there!

        • #112352
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Kurt liked the Mustang actually, (go to kurtsequipment.com for more) he just hated the bridge, so he replaced it with the tune-o-matic.The Fender Mustang was actually his favourite guitar and he used it in the Teen Spirit video etc. The Jaguar was his second favourite guitar which he used in the Nevermind period. As for the Jagstang Kurt used it as a recording guitar and played it a few times on the In Utero tour, the one he used was basically a better version of the one you see today in stores. It had a Fender Texas special in the neck and a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge position.

    • #53105
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i am getting a first guitar. and i was thinking along the lines of a squire or epiphone and my friend suggested a jackson dinky….but i dunno…i found a nice squire at a local music store..but i haven’t looked at the other 2 local music stores… so im looking for a decently priced one while still sounding decent…so if anybody has n e suggestions then please, suggest, i would appreciate it.. thanks amber

      • #92495
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I would sugest that you find a guitar to fit what ever style of music your gonna play. Once you find your Style then you can decided on a Good geetar

      • #92515
        Anonymous
        Guest

        try to go online and try to get a kramer focus, their cheep and a nice guitar

    • #53100
      Anonymous
      Guest

      can anyone give me the specs on a peavey prowler?

      • #92648
        Anonymous
        Guest

        All tube and very clean, the Prowler is a 45 watt with 12" speaker and two channels.

    • #53099
      Anonymous
      Guest

      let me know if i can ask for opinions of original songs on this site. thanks

      • #92805
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I would think that posting your original ideas here would be just giving them away.

    • #53103
      Anonymous
      Guest

      YO! i have started a band, but as of now..all i have is a singer, keyboardist, and one guitarist. i would like one more guitarist..and i really need a drummer. post a reply and i will give u details for location, experience wanted, age, etc… thanks!!

    • #53102
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey, i’m starting a band but need more talented ppl. i have the keyboard and vocals covered, just need drums and guitar. anyone interested? please post reply for more details! thanks!

      • #95891
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hey I just split with band I’m a drummer and looking for a rock band. I’m not really into metal but can do any style, let me know, thanks. I’m from TX by the way

    • #53101
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey, i’m starting a band but need more talented ppl. i have the keyboard and vocals covered, just need drums and guitar. anyone interested?

    • #53098
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am going to by a Gibson soon but I don’t know whether I’m going to get a SG standard or a Les Paul studio with gold hardware! they are both around he same price on this site that I’m using (the studio cost’s 1188 euro and the SG is 1175euro!). I like both of them alot but the point about the sg is it’s so thin and light with to cut away’s and it’s in heritage cherry. What I like about the Les Paul is it’s a god damn Les Paul and cost a fortune in Ireland! and I love it’s tone. So I’m pretty much screwed so email me or send a discussion please and help a Irish lad out CHEERS FB.

      • #92803
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s nice if a guitar looks good and is thin and light etc. but its main purpose is sound. You seem to prefer the sound of the Les Paul studio. "If you need somebody to trust, trust yourself"…Bob Dylan

        • #92953
          Anonymous
          Guest

          forget the studio, go for the SG !!

      • #92646
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you buy a Les Paul Studio you will always be wondering about the Les Paul Standard, and to be honest there isnt a lot between the standard and the studio, but, buy a SG Standard and it will be the best purchase of your life, you will NEVER be disapointed with the SG, tonal range betwen pickup selections and tone pot sweeps is astonishing, ive been playing live for a good few years, have played and owned guitars for 28 years, i have a few in the collection at the minute, and the guitar i always take out with me is my SG Standard, it just does the buisness. Go for the SG.

    • #53097
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is that okay if i plug my wire to the output(mixer)and the other in the output of my amp? If not how should i plug it ? Should i plug the other in the hole call insert behind my amp or should i do something els ?

      • #92661
        Anonymous
        Guest

        GUITAR to – input of GRUNGE, output of GRUNGE to input of amp (on front) total of 1 guitar, 1 amp, and 2 leads. keep it simple.

        • #125949
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Iis it normal if a get close of my amp with my guit you have a kind of nasty feedback? Suggest me some preset with that pedal please anyone

          • #126301
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : Iis it normal if a get close of my amp with my guit you have a kind of nasty feedback? Suggest me some preset with that pedal please anyone

            • #126317
              Anonymous
              Guest

              yes it is normal, the grunge pedal has extreme gain on it, if you want to sit close to your amp then turn down the ‘grunge’ ‘face’ and ‘butt’ levels til it stops howling, also take some of the top end tone off the amp, or simply stand back or turn down the volume.

        • #125946
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Do you mean ther’s 2 kinda of distortion from the output ??

    • #53096
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how to control my finger ?

      • #92821
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ptactice some scales, and learn to pick up & down with dissiplin

    • #53095
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have this epiphone bass bought at auction recently for 230.00$ serial #0148824 stamped on back of metal plate where bolt on neck connects to body. what year is this? made where? what is this worth, its looks brand new. also bought gibson les paul junior good contion all original plays great. serial # 929711 ink stamped on back of headstock. i think its a 1959 – what is this worth? thanks alot jc

    • #53092
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello everyone, I am hoping someone here can help me. I am in the market for an acoustic guitar. I am beginner and I am built pretty petite. I have trouble playing my brothers guitar which is 41" acoustic. My biggest problem seems to be wrapping my arm around the guitar to strum. I was wondering in this case what would be the best sized guitar for me to get? Any advice on what I should look into purchasing would be great. Thanks so much.

      • #92679
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check concert size. See Yamaha for definition, specs, examples and try it. Or just try it. …..been there!

    • #53093
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello all, I have recently purchased a Danelectro DanoBlaster from a pawn shop for 30.00. I looked into the danoblasters and it seems that they have built in effects with the guitar but i noticed that mine does not! I am missing the 4 buttons that change the effect and the bottom two TONE controlers. If anyone has any parts or wiring diragrams to my guitar it would be super cool if i could buy them or look at the diagrams. Thanks All Austin

    • #53094
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone else think Pete Anderson, multi award winning guitarist and producer is in the top list of all time great guitarists besides me? He can play rock, jazz, blues, country, all styles. He can play anything with strings too, not just guitar.

      • #112205
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I agree with you! I wish he would team back up with dwight and bring back the raw sound we heard back in the 90’s : Anyone else think Pete Anderson, multi award winning guitarist and producer is in the top list of all time great guitarists besides me? He can play rock, jazz, blues, country, all styles. He can play anything with strings too, not just guitar.

    • #53091
      Anonymous
      Guest

      pasen el video que sigue de the reason ok

    • #53090
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I own a Guild 12 string in near perfect condition with case. Serial number is 73071 ( I believe a 1972) Model number F212XL. It also has a number printed inside the body,781113. I am interested in determining the value. It is for sale.

      • #112662
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I own a Guild 12 string in near perfect condition with case. Serial number is 73071 ( I believe a 1972) Model number F212XL. It also has a number printed inside the body,781113. I am interested in determining the value. It is for sale. What color is the guitar? Dick

    • #53089
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If anyone has the sheet music or tabs for the guitar solo in Purple Rain I would really appreciate to hear from you. I’ve been looking for this forever! Thanks!

      • #92647
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I remember the days before TAB and way before the internet, we used to put on the vinyl and work out the solo’s, they were the days.

    • #53088
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hello salsh you know i loved your air from first one and i loved to give me guitar gibson in lebanon i love you (SLASH)

      • #93714
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : hello salsh you know i loved your air from first one and i loved to give me guitar gibson in lebanon i love you (SLASH)you are the best

    • #53087
      Anonymous
      Guest

      anyone kno info on the ESP LTD EC-1000? thinkin bout buyin one….how do u guys like it?

    • #53086
      Anonymous
      Guest

      $550 in San Francisco Bay Area. http://www.6stringbrute.com/sg2000-1980.html

      • #92539
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What exactly is your question? If your wanting to know if this is a good price for a SG2000 in very good to excellent condition, then I say yes. I used to have one similar to this one. They are great guitars.

    • #53085
      Anonymous
      Guest

      where could i get tablatour all yngwie and steve vai songs?

    • #53084
      Anonymous
      Guest

      could anyone tell me what the best free programs to record the songs and where i could get it? or maybe someone can tell me about how to mix all songs i ve record with studio track version 2.0. or if you ve the new n_track version could you let me to use it too? thankss

      • #92312
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Audacity is a free multi-track sound editor for MacOS, Windows, and Linux. It can record directly or import WAV, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, AIFF, and many other formats. Features include builtin effects, VST plugin loading, fast editing, and unlimited undo. <a href="http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/Audacity/">http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/Audacity/</a&gt; : could anyone tell me what the best free programs to record the songs and where i could get it? or maybe someone can tell me about how to mix all songs i ve record with studio track version 2.0. or if you ve the new n_track version could you let me to use it too? thankss

    • #53083
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i want to download free hindi ghazals

    • #53082
      Anonymous
      Guest

      WANTED: Kawai MoonSault 6 string Guitars or bass guitars any condition. Email me a picture if you have one for sale [email protected]

    • #53081
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, I’ve been looking to upgrade my guitar for a while now and I’ve narrowed it down to either a LP Standard or LP Classic. Originally I liked the Classic better ( I play heavy metal, blues, etc.) but wasn’t too happy with the distortion sound with the gain rolled back and with my EQ pedal turned off. I was trying to find that old marshall roar (AC/DC, Aerosmith..) but the open coil 490T and 500T (If i remember correctly) sounded too fuzzy and over the top. WIth the gain up, volume up, and EQ on it sounded great tho. The standard got that old marshall sound, and i think it could get that heavy metal sound too. BAsically i just wanted everyone’s opinion and or suggestions or comments. Thanks a lot.

      • #92542
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have a standard, my friend has a classic, they do have different sounds, the classic has a 60’s tapered neck, and ceramic pickups, i would say it is a heavier sounding guitar, the pickups give great cut but i find they dont have the sweeping tonal range of the stock standard alnico pickups of the standard, my standard has a more favourable chunkier neck, better for blues but still a great rocker too, tone is in the ear of the beholder, everyone will have their own opinions on this.

      • #125955
        Anonymous
        Guest

        DWIGHT – Shut up before you even start.

    • #53080
      Anonymous
      Guest

      IMPORTANT. Treat everybody with respect no matter how difficult that may be. Last words. Strat Man Dwight

    • #53077
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Have musicians ever used drugs? Strat man Dwight

      • #92474
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Statman, we are getting a little worried, when does this Mod crusade become an obsession? let me know when to get the men in the white coats to pay you a visit. terrorist, bomb, alert, osama bin laden, iraq, iran, CUBA, scarface, godfather, WMD, (sorry i know that word does not exist) potato, (hope i spelt that one right) sadam hussein. i wonder if that lot will get through???

    • #53078
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there spam on this site? Strat man Dwight

    • #53079
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there religion in music? Strat man Dwight

    • #53076
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I CAN’T GET THROUGH THE MODERATOR ANY MORE. CAN NO LONGER EDIT MY OWN REPLIES AFTER MINUTES OR HOURS TO FIND WHICH WORDS ARE UNACCEPTABLE TO REMOVE THEM TO ANSWER QUESTIONS FOR INNOCENT PEOPLE WITH SERIOUS INQUIRIES. SORRY. OBVIOUSLY I AM GUILTY OF SOMETHING. MAYBE TOO SERIOUS FOR THIS FUN LOVING FORUM. WITH RESPECT FOR ALL. STRAT MAN DWIGHT

      • #92473
        Anonymous
        Guest

        why not change your name to stratman 2 ?? see if it goes through

        • #92663
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : why not change your name to stratman 2 ?? : see if it goes through stratman 2 sounds like a very good name for anybody. and lee, and Phil B. and pookster are good names too. what happened to Trevor?

          • #92972
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Trevor died… He died playing his 1957 Strat in the bathtub…. Stuck his toe up the facuet hole and grounded himself out…. His wife is really greiving because the 57 Strat got wet and now is almost worthless as was Trevor…… Flowers and/or another 57 strat maybe sent to: Mrs. Trevor 2303 main St. shitsville Canada, 4N4-RUstupid : : why not change your name to stratman 2 ?? : : see if it goes through : : stratman 2 sounds like a very good name for anybody. and lee, and Phil B. and pookster are good names too. what happened to Trevor?

            • #112061
              Anonymous
              Guest

              thats a little harsh guitarman, Trevor seemed to know his stuff on floyd rose’s, and a few ibanez models.

            • #112058
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : Trevor died… He died playing his 1957 Strat in the bathtub…. Stuck his toe up the facuet hole and grounded himself out…. His wife is really greiving because the 57 Strat got wet and now is almost worthless as was Trevor…… Flowers and/or another 57 strat maybe sent to: : Mrs. Trevor : 2303 main St. : shitsville Canada, 4N4-RUstupid : : : why not change your name to stratman 2 ?? : : : see if it goes through : : : : stratman 2 sounds like a very good name for anybody. and lee, and Phil B. and pookster are good names too. what happened to Trevor? allright mate, thats a shock. who cares?

      • #92489
        Anonymous
        Guest

        In reading Dwight’s responses to others questions, it is obvious that he knows more about these subjects than most of you teeny-bopper, bubble-gum punk players out there. You know who you are: when a question asks, "what guitar or amp should I buy if I have only $300 to spend?" And you answer, "Buy a Les Paul or a Marshall or Mesa stack". It is pretty clear that you know next to nothing, you just regurgitate what you think is cool because Blink 182 uses that particular gear. Get some experience and some gear knowledge and then maybe you can contribute something useful. And by the way, whenever you use unnecessary language…..you don’t sound cool, you don’t impress anybody, all you do is prove how limited your vocabulary is and that you can’t come up with actual words that have actual meanings to get your point across….SAD. I know that I am not the only one on this forum that feels this way. If you can’t treat people with some respect, please, find another disscussion board. We promise you won’t be missed.

        • #125927
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hope thats not pointed at me phil.

          • #126304
            Anonymous
            Guest

            No Lee, it’s not pointed at you.

      • #92479
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hello Dwight, No need to panic – the moderation process takes time. The message of yours that was held for moderator approval has now been processed and is available at <a href="http://www.guitarsite.com/discussion/messages/78605.shtml">http://www.guitarsite.com/discussion/messages/78605.shtml</a&gt; Jason Horton Discussion Forum Moderator

      • #92313
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Twat. F*ck off then, you talk to much anyway. "Yeah chatterbox…yeah you sqwak alot…" Moderater.

        • #111965
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I can only agree, I’m scared of posting anything for fear that this Dwight d*ildo replies and gives sh*it information as usual…which appears to be the case reading through this forum.

    • #53075
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Is there a resource for finding out information about all of the Telecasters that I see for sale out there? I am talkng about new guitars. Are the cheap ones really bad? Are Squires junk? Sorry for seeming to be a newbie, but I am just getting back into the electric world after a 10 year acoustic layoff, and am looking to maybe buy a Telecaster

      • #111971
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Is there a resource for finding out information about all of the Telecasters that I see for sale out there? I am talkng about new guitars. Are the cheap ones really bad? Are Squires junk? Sorry for seeming to be a newbie, but I am just getting back into the electric world after a 10 year acoustic layoff, and am looking to maybe buy a Telecaster Hey Rick 7 other forum members. I’m now posting this AFTER the above 4 posts, and while 5 other attempts were also made. Rick, I will follow through and deliver the info I have promised to your email, IF & WHEN the mod man posts my earlier reply. It concerned all info on all Telecasters, vintage and modern. Nothing vile or offensive. Straight facts & features which I challenge the site administrators to place in view for us all. I’m no quitter, but the mod team has the ball on this one. I’ve just questioned how they play. Strat man Dwight

    • #53074
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Im looking fot the blueprints of the smallman classical guitar wich has a arched back and is an unusually large guitar. The inside is needed in the blueprints. Any help will be apreciated

      • #93728
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I’m looking for a template for a Gobson SG style guitar to size (1:1) or a scale that i can accurately enlarge. email me back please

    • #53072
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Did you all know that David Koresh played a Fender Stratocaster? That WAS in Waco, Texas. Now just a pile of dust. Wonder which m-e-r-i-d-i-a-n they were at? May they rest in peace. All things in moderation, Strat man Dwight

      • #92317
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Jeez, dont you ever shut up?

    • #53073
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey the moderator is a barrel of laughs on this one. The word m-e-r-i-d-i-a-n isn’t allowed. I knew it would be fun, or take all night answering this one. So what’s the question about Kerry Ann? I’m sorry, Terri your request isn’t detailed enough. I have the lyrics, nothing comes close. All I see is the "American" myth. Best hour I spent today. What a terrible word, that m-e-r-i-d-i-a-n. Has to be something very e-v-i-l! Strat man Dwight

    • #53071
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am trying to track the model and place of manufacture of an Epiphone guitar found in a pawn shop. Serial # F97110110. Cannot quite establish the make but the finish is a dark cherry. It has the appearance of a Les Paul Standard. Help appreciated

      • #111933
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am trying to track the model and place of manufacture of an Epiphone guitar found in a pawn shop. Serial # F97110110. Cannot quite establish the make but the finish is a dark cherry. It has the appearance of a Les Paul Standard. Help appreciated Details on this guitar can be quite specific, since you have a serial number. It’s a 1990, but a what? All Epiphone Les Pauls have the Les Paul Signature logo on them, by the tuners, it’s not something that can be removed. This model, whatever it is will be listed in Gibson’s Nashville Registry. Call 1-800-4GIBSON, and patiently await customer service. However they can’t tell you where it was made. I guess the F means made by Farida, now situated in China, makers of Samick, Epiphone, Washburn, Yamaha and literally hundreds of other clones. Strat Man Dwight

    • #53070
      Anonymous
      Guest

      do any one know if ano cs7-5 any good and if they have any info on it thanks

    • #53069
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can any one tell me what Name Gord Says. Is it Kerry Ann ?

      • #125939
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can any one tell me what Name Gord Says. : Is it Kerry Ann ? Did you mean "American myth?" I have the lyrics, but there just isn’t much to your question. Sorry if I’ve wasted your time and mine. Strat man Dwight

    • #53068
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does any one which to perchase a 1972 carlsbro 100 watt valve head.four mullard eL34 valves,2 inputs,middle,base,treble ,volume,metal stand by and power switches,looks like a marshall,excellant condition,fantastic sound,carlsbro have just reissued these amps at £749.00. open to offers.

      • #111958
        Anonymous
        Guest

        why dont you take out the mullards and sell them on Ebay?? have you seen how much they go for? then get some new sovtek 34’s and auction the amp as recently serviced with new valves??

    • #53065
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does the pedal grunge from digitech sound exactly like sum 41 ?

      • #111959
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yes, it has that very heavy fuzz distortion, a lot like song 2 by blur, although i think Graham Coxton used a Pro-Cat turbo rat for that one, or maybe an MXR ? if you want a used one look for a DOD FX69 its the same pedal, digitech and dod are the same company, you will see it on ebay as the DOD.

        • #125966
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          : youre absolutly right its amazing

    • #53067
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      Fans of Van Halen, I am spreading the word about this great video I got off jfrocks.com. I am an advanced player and huge EVH fan and got some great tips and riffs off of the video. We are talkin complete tabs on all the songs off Van Halen 1, not just bits and pieces. The site has tons of free stuff and downloads, so I bought the video and it is great. There is Van Halen 1 available now, but the site says there will be a whole series coming. A great find. Go to http://www.jfrocks.com Keep jammin Rick

      • #95334
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        I got the Van Halen 2 video and the van halen 1. Van halen 2 is even better I thought. But van halen 1 was fantastic too. Its nice to see the stuff not only explained but broken down. jfrocks.com is a real asset to van halen fans. Excellent site. : Fans of Van Halen, I am spreading the word about this great video I got off jfrocks.com. I am an advanced player and huge EVH fan and got some great tips and riffs off of the video. We are talkin complete tabs on all the songs off Van Halen 1, not just bits and pieces. The site has tons of free stuff and downloads, so I bought the video and it is great. There is Van Halen 1 available now, but the site says there will be a whole series coming. A great find. Go to http://www.jfrocks.com : Keep jammin : Rick

    • #53064
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      I am a beginning classical guitar student and would like to know what is the best guitar to start with. Should I wait for a while before investing in a really good instrument or will a better instrument make a noticeable difference and improve my learning at this point. Currently, I have a Yamaha and it is in good shape. Thank you.

    • #53066
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know where i can find the tabliture for "The Rest of Forever" by Dude Mowrey. I’m also looking for the 1991 album "Honkytonk" by him. Any info would be great, Thanks Cory

    • #53063
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have an electric guitar and i dont know how to fix the strings! Please Help.

      • #111967
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you start down the bridge end, poke the fat E string through the back of the body (or tailpeice depending on the type of guitar you have) they go up and over the saddles, pull the string along the neck to the tuner head, push the string though the hole or slot on the head and turn the tuner so that the string wraps around the tuner 3 times, cut off the excess, do the same to the other strings slightly increasing the amount of turns on the thinner strings as you go. If you mean fix strings as in, ‘ive broken my E string and want to mend it’ you cant, you are wasting your time and ive just wasted 10 mins of my life.

    • #53062
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone have any info on these Tokai copies of the Gibson J-45. Its being advertised as an even better version due to a solid top? Please help…

      • #92311
        Anonymous
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        See what i mean people, here is a post from a gut who has also had his head turned to the Tokai guitar range, i dont know about being better than the Gibson J45, that might be a bit over the top, but they certainly are value for money.

    • #53061
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      the strings on my squier strat guitar broke, and little bits of the strings feel under the bridge. I took the bridge off and took out the parts of string. Ok, heres the problem. When I was doing it, these big fat springs fell out from under the pickupsin the guitar. My freind says that they hold down the tremolo, but I dont know how to put them back in! Help!!!!!!!

      • #111924
        Anonymous
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        First.. on the back of your guitar , there must be something.. like a plate…. remove it.. then you just try to place the springs in there…. on end holds the tremolo… the other on the back of the guitar… when you remove the plate you will know what I mean..;) Slaeyer PS: Sry, for my bad English.. 😉

    • #53060
      Anonymous
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      serial #1166 any idea what year? thanks.

    • #53059
      Anonymous
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      Where can you buy the cheapest guitar strings on the net. Please only reliable places. TIA Andrew

    • #53057
      Anonymous
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      Is there a shortcut way of mastering guitar w/out learning scales?Or scales are really that important?

      • #92325
        Anonymous
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        Scales are very very important, you realy do need to understand them to progress to a good standard on the guitar, and its best to learn them early on.

    • #53058
      Anonymous
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      Need wireing diagram for Ric 3001. Please help!

    • #53056
      Anonymous
      Guest

      please kirimin gw cord-nya jikustik (semua lagu)donk…..or klo lo g bisa..lo kasih gw alternate site yg bisa ngasih cord jikustik . thanks SOGAN

      • #92321
        Anonymous
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        i bet it was you who did it. Sogan is an annagram of I SHOT KENNEDY.

    • #53054
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i need song of murder movie ooo ooo ooo

      • #92165
        Anonymous
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        : i need song of murder movie : ooo ooo ooo What you realy want is to join either the Ministry of Dhol or http://www.mag4you.com. I am serious. The Ministry is at http://www.ministryofdhol.com and the other will satisfy all your music and movie download requirements. If you don’t like this answer, please come over for tea and we shall discuss it. I’m here, 24 hours at your service. Strat man Dwight

        • #111976
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          this is my theory, i think all those stupid posts are put on by the MOD man, i think there is a conspiracy theory here and i think it goes right to the top, who knows maybe it even stops at the whitehouse!! oh and if anyone does know where to get hindi-goobi tab, please let us all know.

    • #53055
      Anonymous
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      where can i find an ibanez ex model?if u have any idea id like to no.ive been looking for one but cant find it.email me with the site and price

      • #111939
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        : where can i find an ibanez ex model?if u have any idea id like to no.ive been looking for one but cant find it.email me with the site and price Hey bud, if any of our fine people here don’t give you the extra boost what you want, site is http://www.ibanezcollectors.com. All the best to everyone, Strat man Dwight

    • #53053
      Anonymous
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      Gibson U-2

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Gibson U-2

    • #53052
      Anonymous
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      I play acoustic/electric guitar and treat it as an instrument in its own right rather than trying to get a mic’ed acoustic sound. I’m hoping someone has heard of a multi effects unit with two inputs for separately effecting, then mixing, mixing piezo and magnetic components within the unit.

      • #111953
        Anonymous
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        Hey there, hope you get the answer you’re looking for. I like the the Korg Toneworks. It has 2 inputs per channel. But that is not the answer to your question. Somebody help! My son knows the answer, he has a sound laboratory, and an education that I’ve paid for, with connections that took 40 years for me to make. He’s a pro, he gets paid, I get nothing, I’m retired but been there. I try to help but been called a dumb ass, and he gets called gay. He doesn’t put up with that. I just take the hits like a Abram’s tank and I’m still rollin’ strong. He doesn’t have to take any insult. Sorry, I said that on your post. The thing you want is a Fishman Blender – one of their models, check them out. It’s higher end, but you don’t have to pay more than $199. He won’t tell me which one – the best one I think. I got him into this mess. If I’m wrong, we’re gay again. Does that make sense? Good luck, hope somebody will put you STRAIGHT on to what is right for you. Strat man Dwight

    • #53051
      Anonymous
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      Any idea what kind of price range the Tanglewood Aviator would come into?

      • #111942
        Anonymous
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        are you sure on that model? ive never heard of it, but ive never seen a tanglewood over £400 and never seen one below £150, so i guess the range is low to mid, they do make some nice guitars and some pups as well, if you want a good accoustic guitar (dont know if the aviator is accoustic) then i would recomend Crafter, you can get a great accoustic from £150 – £300.

    • #53050
      Anonymous
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      Hello, I am eagerly lookinh to get my mits on a Yamaki acoustic from the seventies. Anyone have one to sell? Thanks, Caz

      • #111960
        Anonymous
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        BUMP! : Hello, I am eagerly lookinh to get my mits on a Yamaki acoustic from the seventies. Anyone have one to sell? : Thanks, : Caz

    • #53049
      Anonymous
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      I, i would like to know your different setting on your GT6.

    • #53048
      Anonymous
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      my band has a show coming up, and ive rented 4 marshall stacks, but i want to know how to hook the up properly. do i plug my effects pedals straight from my floor board to the input jack on the lead head onstage, or do i rent more heads, run the floor board to the backstage heads, and then those heads to the heads onstage? please help me!!!!!

      • #92641
        Anonymous
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        Boy, Oh boy. You only need one amplifier backstage, and then you can tell the Mixer-man to mix your guitar signal a little bit higher in your stage monitors. The multi stack is only a visual effect. The Rich Rock musicans probaly own a couple of stacks, and put them up on stage to get a powerful & potent look. So use your money to rent some pretty girl dancing girls (with big "silly"-con tits, and tight asses) instead. But anyway, if you better like the stacks and want to use them active (I dont think the rich stack-owners even have them turned on !), well you have many ways to do the job. Some of my old Boss pedals, have B-output or stereo, you can use to split up you signal,ex. Boss digital Dimension (DC-3) & the Digital delay (DD-2). If you have access to a public libery, you may find a Acticle by "Craig Anderton" in "GUITAR PLAYER MAGASIN" /april 1985 page 96.Multiple Effects Systems Accesories, which have a couple of solutions. One is to build a little "Buffer" OP-amp, so you can split your guitar signal out to many Amplifiers. You can’t just split up your cable directly, because the guitar output-impedance is to big. If you wnat more, You can email me and I will scan in the article for you and give you a simple electric diagram for a buffer amp. If you a little into electronic you can build yourself or you can get a technican to build it. Maybe I can build for you a sent it, if we have time.

      • #111952
        Anonymous
        Guest

        just play through one head and stack and have the rest for show, just like everyone else does…. well except for Motorhead.

    • #53047
      Anonymous
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      What is the difference between 24&3/4" and 25&1/2" scale length?

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    • #53046
      Anonymous
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      Hello, does anybody know anything about this 10 track. I can’t seem to get two different tempos in a rhythm song. Can anyone help??

    • #53045
      Anonymous
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      I own a Vantage Guitar, Model # VA-35C. I purchased it new in 1985 and it is still in excellent condition. I’ve not been able to find any information about this model. If anyone can offer any, it would be appreciated.

      • #94262
        Anonymous
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        I also own a Vantage Guitar, Model unknown. I purchased it at a pawn shop in the 80’s. It is quite attractive, in excellent condition and seems to be of above average quality.I’ve not been able to find any information about it. It does have a tag on the back that says Music City Music Store, 3030 Nolensville Road, Nashville Tn 37211, Phone 832-7450. If anyone can offer any info about this guitar, it would be appreciated.

        • #94419
          Anonymous
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          : I also own a Vantage Guitar, Model unknown. I purchased it at a pawn shop in the 80’s. It is quite attractive, in excellent condition and seems to be of above average quality.I’ve not been able to find any information about it. It does have a tag on the back that says Music City Music Store, 3030 Nolensville Road, Nashville Tn 37211, Phone 832-7450. If anyone can offer any info about this guitar, it would be appreciated. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>I also own a vantage guitar. It is left handed and is a flying V model # EV575…….I bought it for 50 bucks from an old man who had an ad in the paper and it came with a deluxe case……it plays very well.

    • #53044
      Anonymous
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      Hey Guys ! If you have any Heartfield guitars for sale please let me know. Send an e-mail to : [email protected] Thanks !!

      • #95581
        Anonymous
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        : Hey Guys ! : If you have any Heartfield guitars for sale please let me know. : Send an e-mail to : [email protected] : Thanks !!

        • #112568
          Anonymous
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          Hi folks! I have a Fender Heartfield guitar for sale… 1-418-573-6407,

          • #124694
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            : Hi folks! : I have a Fender Heartfield RR for sale… 1-418-573-6407, I`m in Quebec city. [email protected]

    • #53043
      Anonymous
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      I have no idea who to ask or where to go. I wanna learn to play guitar, what kind should I get to begin with?? Thank You so much!!

    • #53042
      Anonymous
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      does anyone know the value of 74 gibson dove? my freind is asking 1,100 its in very good cond looks new with case.. any information would be great thanks Randy

    • #53041
      Anonymous
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      Can anybody help, i have a black rd artist in near mint condition, im thinking of selling it, does anybody have any idea of how much its worth? lots of fuzz mr precision

      • #112209
        Anonymous
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        I’m looking at adding a Gibson RD Artist to my collection when I saw your great looking bass on Guitarsite.com. I was hoping you could answer the following before I place my bid: 1. What is the serial of the guitar? 2. What is the scale? 3. Are all components original? 4. Can you describe and send pics of any nicks or dings? 5. Is the neck straight and any fret wear or buzz? 6. Are all electronics working? 7. Does it include the OHSC? 8. What’s your asking price?thanks Michael : Can anybody help, : i have a black rd artist in near mint condition, im thinking of selling it, does anybody have any idea of how much its worth? : lots of fuzz : mr precision

      • #92795
        Anonymous
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        : Can anybody help, : i have a black rd artist in near mint condition, im thinking of selling it, does anybody have any idea of how much its worth? : lots of fuzz : mr precision What, you never heard from that Gibson historian Strat Man what was his name, Dwight? I think he’d have sent you to http://www.basspalace.com, one of the World’s great bass places. Till Tuesday

    • #53039
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      Hello All, Just wondered if any1 has any info on the gibson victory bass im interested in finding and buying a passive one but doesnt seem to be all that much info on the web, i know kirst noveselic used one live sometimes, but just wondered bout details like weight, balance, sound etc any info welcome, hope some1 can shed some light on my search!!! thanks, ad

    • #53040
      Anonymous
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      Hello All, Just wondered if any1 has any info on the gibson victory bass im interested in finding and buying a passive one but doesnt seem to be all that much info on the web, i know kirst noveselic used one live sometimes, but just wondered bout details like weight, balance, sound etc any info welcome, hope some1 can shed some light on my search!!! thanks, ad

      • #92185
        Anonymous
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        I own a 1981 Victory Bass. Quite nice to play on, although it is really heavy. It’s not too bad though if you have a nice wide strap. As far as sound goes it has a really mellow sound to it, well suited for classic rock or even jazz. The sustain is excellent on this bass. You can find a lot more info here http://www.harmony-central.com/Bass/Data4/Gibson/Victory-Bass-Standard-01.html Eric

    • #53038
      Anonymous
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      i reciently ran onto a May Bell guitar for sale, an elderly lady owns it. her sister bought it new years back to play by herself. the original lady owner died 4 years ago at age 86 years.it appears to be a small body. any info concening this guitar wound be great. I.E. : other ID marks / who made it / value Etc…

    • #53037
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i reciently ran onto a May Bell guitar for sale, an elderly lady owns it. her sister bought it new years back to play by herself. the original lady owner died 4 years ago at age 86 years.it appears to be a small body. any info concening this guitar wound be great. I.E. : other ID marks / who made it / value Etc…

    • #53036
      Anonymous
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      i have located an guitar with the name "May Bell" across the top of neck. it was purished new by a lady who died 4 years back at age 86. her sister has it now for sale. it seems to be a small frame. any onfo : how to tell age / model / value Etc.??? thank you

    • #53034
      Anonymous
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      How do i use a ZOOM 607 BASS EFFECTS PEDAL

    • #53035
      Anonymous
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      Mexican Straocaster Phoney ?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Mexican Straocaster Phoney ?

    • #53033
      Anonymous
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      Hi everybody, I’m an collector and i’m looking for late 70ies or early 80ies BC Rich guitars. Only neckthru guitars, please send you offer with picture to [email protected] Thank you!!!!

    • #53032
      Anonymous
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      Yeah! that’s the question….. which is the best guitar you’ve ever played….or own For me, that will be de PRS Custom 22 Flame Top, it has the sweetest sound i’ve ever heard, and you feel great playing it, like you were a truly rock star hehe… but i just played it… I have to work alot to buy one.. someday….

      • #92033
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        : Yeah! that’s the question….. which is the best guitar you’ve ever played….or own : For me, that will be de PRS Custom 22 Flame Top, it has the sweetest sound i’ve ever heard, and you feel great playing it, like you were a truly rock star hehe… but i just played it… I have to work alot to buy one.. someday…. ….. in my opinion, the same as you, but mine’s a 1998 CE-22. However I am no longer happy with the amount of parts that P-R-S are supposed to be bringing in from China, especially their outsourced elaborate inlays, and now possibly pickups, then they reportedly fit everything so nicely into a supremeley "finished in the USA" body, and there you have, a very nice guitar. Still World Class, as long as China is part of the World. My favorite patriotic pick is the all-American Gibson Les Paul Classic 60. Constructed & finished to absolute perfection, with slim taper neck, the usual short scale, great feel & balance and tone which doesn’t get any better (unless you have a boutique pickup preference). And gosh, that one’s in a dead heat with my now-extinct SG 62 re-issue, which has the same features, in a lighter package, with creamy-but-kickass 57 Classic humbuckers. Not to be confused with the lesser 61 model now available – less density and poorly finished. But to really play, I build my own Strats. Not part of this topic I would suspect. Strat man Dwight

    • #53030
      Anonymous
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      Does anybody know how to have different tempos within the same rhythm song. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers

    • #53031
      Anonymous
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      Can you get that Slash style gain or distorted sound from a pedal?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Can you get that Slash style gain or distorted sound from a pedal?

    • #53029
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Item number: 3763486462 ebay / 1960’s Original

    • #53027
      Anonymous
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      Item number: 3763481781 ? thoughts

    • #53028
      Anonymous
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      What's a very good acoustic, steel-string, wide-neck guitar?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : What’s a very good acoustic, steel-string, wide-neck guitar?

    • #53025
      Anonymous
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      Hi, i recently bought a roland cube 30 and i loved it since. but i cant seem to get a good punk palm muting chug sound that a lot of punk bands use today. i use the rectifier setting. thnx in advance

    • #53026
      Anonymous
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      1974 gibson dove

      This popular thread has been given its own page : 1974 gibson dove

    • #53024
      Anonymous
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      I have a Mexican made Fender Strat made in I believe 95. I think it is a Wayne’s World model. Does that make it worth more or less? Anybody have an idea of what its worth – ballpark figure? Thanks Joint

      • #92194
        Anonymous
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        Denied

    • #53020
      Anonymous
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      Most information on these and any links can be found by typing Kent guitar in yur search box and not the Web area of your browser. I have several brochures on these guitars from serching the site. Have also purchased a few guitars that are original from these sites.

      • #93418
        Anonymous
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        Hi i found a kent accoustic guitar model #KF5 I was wondering if it was worth anything Ray

    • #53019
      Anonymous
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      dead in the water is awsome listen to there songs at http://deadinthewatermusic.com/

    • #53021
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      i want Rapture Dhol.

      • #92175
        Anonymous
        Guest

        is that a medical condition?

    • #53023
      Anonymous
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      go to http://deadinthewatermusic.com/ it is a hella cool ska punk band listen to ther songs !!!

    • #53022
      Anonymous
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      go to http://deadinthewatermusic.com/ it is a hella cool ska punk band listen to ther songs !!!

    • #53017
      Anonymous
      Guest

      go to http://deadinthewatermusic.com/ it is a hella cool ska punk band

    • #53016
      Anonymous
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      If you are interested in a used Martin OM-42 in excellent condition, please visit my eBay auction web page: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=3763885646 Regards, Trent

    • #53018
      Anonymous
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      I have a Yairi CBS Masterworks model number MWG-Y1035 in good condition in a hard case. How much should I ask for it? Hasnt been played for 25 years and bought used in 1974.

    • #53015
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know the value of a 40th anniversay stratocaster USA made guitar? It is in great shape.

    • #53014
      Anonymous
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      which came first the firebird V or the fender stratocaster?

      • #111886
        Anonymous
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        The stratocaster came out in 1954 and the firebirds didn’t come out until the late 60’s.

    • #53013
      Anonymous
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      which came first the firebird V or the fender stratocaster?

    • #53012
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      Any tips, I need help

      • #91973
        Anonymous
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        : Any tips, I need help The first part is the hardest, the rest is really smooth. If you can make it past the intro, you will have no trouble keeping the rhythm. Strat man Dwight

    • #53011
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      anybody hear about the UN meeting a while back? all the nations were there in a very large hall they were all seated, all the heads of states, and they had entertainment and lunch and, and at the end of the afternoon there was a pop band on stage, and they start to play a beatles song, ‘all you need is love’ and who do you think stood up and saluted (the only one in the hall)when the band struck up the first 6 bars?? yep the gooky jaques chriac, our prime minister tried to hide his embarresment, he was seated next to the frog.

      • #111882
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        I guess Tony is a Stones fan. Strat man Dwight

    • #53010
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      I have a lyle 12 string. I want to sell it but i don’t know what’ its worth. model # w-470-12. i’v had it about 23or 24 years. thanks steve

    • #53008
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      Hey all, I have an American Telecaster Deluxe and I was wondering if there was a way to change the bridge and add dual humbuckers to the bridge instead of the singal pickup. Is this feasible? If so, where can I go to find out just how to do it?

      • #91914
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        : Hey all, I have an American Telecaster Deluxe and I was wondering if there was a way to change the bridge and add dual humbuckers to the bridge instead of the singal pickup. Is this feasible? If so, where can I go to find out just how to do it? Until now, there have been like 99 percent odds against your doing this mod. But there is just 1 way that I know of lately (others feel free to correct this?) and it will involve at least 2 steps. First you must get the bridge that fits your Tele and holds a humbucker. It would have had to be custom made before, but now there’s the humbucker bridge and the twangbanger – that’s 2 choices at http://www.warmoth.com. Then you have to get your body routed for the humbucker, assuming you don’t want one of Warmoth’s new custom made bodies? So, you get your bridge first, make the template and go to a router. Other sites of interest are Keith’s at http://www.area51guitars.com and Jay’s (contact Jay Monterose) at http://www.vintique.com. They could give you insights or hands-on assistance, and maybe others here at guitarsite will have additional advice. Andrew/Dwight Listmayer

    • #53009
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      I CANT FIND ANY JET GITUAR TABS AND ITS MAKIN ME MAD

    • #53007
      Anonymous
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      Just wondering if epiphone ever issued a BLACK triple pickup sg custom. most ive seen were yellow or cream.

    • #53006
      Anonymous
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      Hi i need help of someone who knows a lot about guitars.. The thing is that i have 3 choices and i don´t know which one is better so pls help CHoice 1 Body Mahogany Fingerboard Ebony Frets 22 Inlays "XII" inlay at 12th fret Machine Heads Black Chrome Neck Joint Set Neck Neck Material Mahogany Nut Width 1.68" Pickups 2 Alnico V Humbuckers Scale 24 3/4" Choice 2 Body Mahogany Bridge/Tremolo Floyd Rose Speedloader Tremolo Fingerboard Ebony Frets 24 Jumbo Inlays Diamond Machine Heads Black Neck Joint Bolt-on Neck Material Maple Pickups 2 BDSM pickups Scale 25 1/2" Choice 3 Body Mahogany with Flamed Maple Top Bridge/Tremolo Tune-o-matic w/string-thru-body Controls Volume, tone, 3-way toggle Fingerboard Rosewood Frets 24 Inlays Custom tribal graphic Machine Heads Black + Earvana compensated nut & Grover tuners Neck Joint Set-thru Neck Material 3 piece Maple Pickups EMG-81 active set Scale 25 1/2" Ok that´s all…. Thanks

      • #91985
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        #3. The ESP F 400FM. SG’s and other ESP’s are great, these are all great (but you can do better than Epiphone Goth G400) , and how you gonna beat all the features and $800 price of of the 400FM with killer active pickups? Just my opinion, but I work on all and have an open mind for all. Not in a brand wars situation. Second the motion for #3 Andrew/Dwight Listmayer

        • #111895
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          : #3. The ESP F 400FM. SG’s and other ESP’s are great, these are all great (but you can do better than Epiphone Goth G400) , and how you gonna beat all the features and $800 price of of the 400FM with killer active pickups? Just my opinion, but I work on all and have an open mind for all. Not in a brand wars situation. Second the motion for #3 Andrew/Dwight Listmayer Also, the Floyd Rose on a Warlock, even if it is a speedloader, is a hassle that anyone can avoid by choosing no Floyd Rose at all. Support you local Floyd Rose ban and buy a Pit Bull instead. Anon.

    • #53005
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      Guest

      aisa jadoo dala re sajna hai mujhe sajna ke liye roop tera mastana

      • #96231
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : humrazz : aisa jadoo dala re : sajna hai mujhe sajna ke liye : roop tera mastana

      • #92478
        Anonymous
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        : : aisa jadoo dala re : sajna hai mujhe sajna ke liye : roop tera mastana

        • #95466
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : : : aisa jadoo dala re : : roop tera mastana nachle na na nachle

    • #53004
      Anonymous
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      hey. im looking to buy a Monterey MST-5, or something arround that price range. if anyone has had any good or bad expereinces with this product, or can suggest a better guitar arround that price please post

    • #53003
      Anonymous
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      Hello everyone, i’m rebuilding my Jaguar in to Kurts 65 jag. I now what kind of humbuckers he used ( dimario super-distorion – dimarzio PAF) But I need a wiring-diagram for placing the humbuckers. Can anyone tell where I can find it? THANX vincent

    • #53002
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s time for bed

    • #53001
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you are considering routing a Tele to install a third pickup in the centre, I could say you are h-a-c-k-i-n-g into a nice guitar. Take note guys, the moderator does not go for any of that. S-h-a-c-k, now h-a-c-k: I see the pattern, but why? I’ve been called worse, right here on the forum. Would you mind removing some of the offensive language and personal attacks elsewhere please (Mr. Moderator)? Strat man Dwight

      • #91979
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I did this to my Tele, well its a early 80’s jap copy with upgraded kent armstrong pickups, i have a seymour duncan hotrails humbucker on the bridge, a KA standard single coil in the mid, and the usual chrome plated KA SC pick up on the neck, and it sounds real good, i routed out a bit of body to fit it. i can flip it on the bridge pickup for some cutting solos.

        • #111879
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : I did this to my Tele, well its a early 80’s jap copy with upgraded kent armstrong pickups, i have a seymour duncan hotrails humbucker on the bridge, a KA standard single coil in the mid, and the usual chrome plated KA SC pick up on the neck, and it sounds real good, i routed out a bit of body to fit it. i can flip it on the bridge pickup for some cutting solos. Interesting. Great choice of pickups! Love Hot Rails. Good work. Strat man Dwight

    • #53000
      Anonymous
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      Before today, I was going to settle down, not make waves, blend in and not bother the moderator. But now it’s different. The moderator will see that I answered the above gentlemen’s postings at least 30 – 40 times, spending nearly 2 hours editing my words till I got through. IT WAS A PERSONAL CHALLENGE cuz why should anybody take this krap, being blocked over and over again? I wanted to find the words that were not allowed. They were very ordinary, innocent words, and they were NECESSARY in order to respond. If some of you on the forum find the words that went in to my responses to Olaf Melcher and Jack Smith a little odd or ill-chosen, that is because I was removing the good words and substituting poorer ones. But I got through, take note Mr. Moderator and kindly apologize to all forum members affected by this problem. It has never been so inconvenient or ridiculous! Strat Man Dwight

      • #91957
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you have made a good point Stratman, some stuff ive been held back on is rediculous, and then you get the hidu tab boys breaking through all the time with a string of 50 posts. most bizarre.

        • #111881
          Anonymous
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          : you have made a good point Stratman, some stuff ive been held back on is rediculous, and then you get the hidu tab boys breaking through all the time with a string of 50 posts. most bizarre. Thanks again. Strat Man

    • #52999
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, is there anyone who knows how the 4-pin AC-connector of an RP10/RP2000 is wired? My old Adaptor doesn’t work anymore and so I have to try it with another one…

      • #91989
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There are qualified people here to help you. But maybe their response is being held by a moderator. Try another forum, the sponsors will be glad to have you join them at http://www.firebottle.com, enter through ampage and go to effects. All the best of luck. Strat man Dwight

    • #52998
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve installed the MSM-1 midi module on my Triamp MKI, but it doesn’t seem to work and i noticed that now I’ve a problem on AMP3 (A and B)it sounds like a clean sound no matter how I tweak gain, treble, middle…please help me!

      • #111795
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There are good people here who can answer your question, I know it for a fact, have seen their efforts. Perhaps they cannot get through the moderator, like myself. Try another forum, the sponsors will love it, and you might get the answer. http://www.firebottle.com, enter through ampage and go to effects or recording equip etc. Regards, Strat Man Dwight

    • #52997
      Anonymous
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      Hi everybody, I am a Tele-lover but not very happy with the sound in the mid-position, despite having installed a 4-way-switch for putting the two single coils in parallel connection. Even then, it sound still like the Strat sound, when two PUF’s are connected together. I am now considering simply to add a middle single coil PUF (very Strat-like). Did anybody among you guys already made this experience ? Thanks for your advice. Olaf

      • #111833
        Anonymous
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        : Hi everybody, Olaf, I wonder what is is that you don’t like about your 2 pickup combinations? I have double pickup Teles with both the Fender 4 sound, and the http://www.deaf-eddie.net 5 sound. If anything, the 5th sound is a little out of the ordinary. However, YES I have a Nashville Tele with 3 pickups like a Strat. Mine has 7 sounds, because if you do it like a 5 way Strat, you miss the neck and bridge in parallel which is the Tele sound you don’t like, PLUS I get all 3 pickups at the same time. Maybe you like the Q tones – the hum cancelling, funky half-way combinations at Strat positions 2 and 4? You will need your middle pickup to be reverse wound/reverse polarity for that. And it will end up sounding like a non-tremolo Strat. I try to identify with people who have different ideas. You are valid in your own opinion. But if this were my scenario, before I go into the centre of a solid Tele, I would try one last thing. I really would try the sound of a S-T-A-C-K-E-D HUMBUCKER at the neck position of the Tele. It will be a little fuller and will sustain more on it’s own, it will add those characteristics to the 2 different combinations of both pickups from your 4 -way, and you can tap it on a p/p switch if you want to hear it as a bright, glistening, supercharged single-coil. S-t-a-c-k-s do that. They sound incredible as single coil when they are tapped. That too will have an effect on 3/4 of your single coil tones. Something to think about. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52996
      Anonymous
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      Does anybody know where my daughter can get a tab online for the B-52’s LOVE SH@CK? Thank you in advance. Strat man Dwight

      • #111822
        Anonymous
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        : Does anybody know where my daughter can get a tab online for the B-52’s LOVE SH@CK? Thank you in advance. Strat man Dwight PS. If you are kind enough to reply to the above, and spend 15 tries or an hour in doing so, the moderator does not allow the word similar to SHHAACK. Sincerely, Strat man Dwight

    • #52995
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have found a very good easy-to-use solder for electrical work on guitars & amplifiers. It is a resin core 60/40 (lead & silver) composition. I like it because it melts at fairly low temperatures, and is less likely to produce damage to pots or capacitors while working near sensitive components. It’s from Radio Sha… Strat man Dwight

    • #52994
      Anonymous
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      I have a student canora C 40 guitar for sale and don’t know what I should ask for it. Any ideas .Thanks.

      • #91797
        Anonymous
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        : I have a student canora C 40 guitar for sale and don’t know what I should ask for it. Any ideas .Thanks. I see you’re in Canada. My son works on guitars, and I have overseen his craft, so to speak. Student guitars with various brand names generally go for $100 used. That’s with everything working, playable, and may include a cardboard case. If new strings, fretboard oil, fret polish and a setup is required, you should be prepared to spend about $25 extra, and reflect that, or a little more in the price you ask. A guitar that plays well and is easy on the hands practically sells itself. Thus it should not go for less than $100 – $125. The buyer should consider themselves priveleged to have a guitar that works for this price and it’s not hard to get people interested. The new ones come from big warehouse stores that are selling beginner guitars at this time of year, from overseas for $100 plus tax. Usually, they don’t play at all and would require a more detailed setup, if possible, since the "new" materials can be of sub standard quality, not intended for our climate, and are difficult to work with. Then they last 3 months to a year. We sometimes call them imitation guitars, because they look like a guitar. There are also new guitars at a certain Radioparts store for $50 – $ 100 which can not even hold their tune. You might add this to the promotion of your guitar, if it is a good one. All the best. Strat man Dwight

    • #52993
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about raven guitars? Are they well constructed? How do they sound? And are there any other models or brands that they are similar to?

      • #124270
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There have been very active discussions lately about Raven guitars, as well as Paul Reed Smith at another forum, http://www.8notes.com. You can post there in the guitar forum, free of charge, with appreciation from their good sponsors and other polite members. All the best, Strat man Dwight

    • #52992
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a canora C 40 guitar , how much can I ask for it. It is in good condition.Thanks.

    • #52990
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Fender Stratocaster Bass guitar. Does this thing really exisit? It has a p-bass type neck and pickups, also has jazz bass pickup. There are three adjustment nobs. Made in Korea Serial number is s7*****.

      • #92804
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I have a Fender Stratocaster Bass guitar. Does this thing really exisit? It has a p-bass type neck and pickups, also has jazz bass pickup. There are three adjustment nobs. Made in Korea Serial number is s7*****. No such thing as a Stratocaster bass. Your model has gone by 2 names, Precision Deluxe, and Deluxe P-Bass Special. Holy Moly, I was waiting for Strat man Dwight to answer your question.

    • #52991
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have had this guitar for a while and its so hard to find info on it. no one knows what it is. is it worth anything? its in pretty good condition, everything original. what can i expect to get for it? anyone else have this guitar?

    • #52989
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s been done. Yes, a miracle has happened. By special arrangement with Bargello fine shoes, fashions for men & women, in co-operation with Mag4you and the appropriate film industry featuring none other than all the great ones, YOU can get song downloads and cell rings FOR FREE (same as at no cost) from http://www.mag4you.com/free-mp3-songs.asp. Hurry, be sure to get yours now, this is a limited time offer to December 4, 2004. Make sure you get every slash and dash correct on the website address or you are out of luck. Thank you Bargello! Strat man Dwight

    • #52987
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i dont really have a question…or do i?

      • #111815
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i dont really have a question…or do i? Any and all questions about just about anything in the World, including moderators, can be answered at http://www.faqs.org. Strat man Dwight

        • #125943
          Anonymous
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          : : i dont really have a question…or do i? : Any and all questions about just about anything in the World, including moderators, can be answered at http://www.faqs.org. Strat man Dwight Good advice Strat man Dwight, that is one awesome site!

      • #91807
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i dont really have a question…or do i? Just ask him anyhow. It is still legal in some Countries. All you need is love.

    • #52988
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an 1974 guild D35 sreial #99759. This has an arched back!!!! The sticker inside states very clearly "D35 with arched back". I have been told by several people that Guild didnt make a D35 with arched back in 74 yet, I have one that I bought used several years ago. Can you tell me if this is a rare guitar. If it is , being 30 yrs old —would it be valuable monetarily? Any help will be greatly appreciated. RESPECTFULLY

      • #91788
        Anonymous
        Guest

        May I recommend something??? Because there have been no replies to this point. And unfortunately, I have not heard of such a Guild D35 while I’ve been in this hobby during 4 decades. The latest edition of the Guild History book is available at http://www.elderly.com. It might be a good investment for you since your guitar seems so unusual, in a potentially good way. Strat man Dwight

    • #52986
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need the circuit diagram of my distortion BOSS MT-2.

      • #91835
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need the circuit diagram of my distortion BOSS MT-2. Try another forum. http://www.firebottle.com, then forums, then effects. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52985
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am an intermediate gitbox player and I have a problem with some of the songs in christian worship being either a rythm I can’t seem to pick, or at least ont at the same time as I sing, and somgs being to ez. A G A G C A G A . Point proven. I encourage the beginers, keep going God has really blessed me. Talk to God about increasing your talent, or at least helping you to learn quickly, He’ll do it. Adam

      • #91801
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can I suggest something. Maybe it will fit your style or it won’t. But a couple of guys at one of our local churches got together as a duo. One guitarist keeps time, by strumming of course, while the other has this background to follow as he strums his own guitar and sings. I believe it has helped both players. God Bless ‘ya bro! Strat man Dwight

    • #52984
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lookig to import korg keyboards. where do I go?

      • #91602
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Lookig to import korg keyboards. where do I go? Just http://www.korg.com. Andrew/Dwight Listmayer

    • #52982
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know of a good place to look (online) to buy a replacement for a stolen Lotus guitar? The original one was red and black with a white trim, it was very important to my dad and was stolen this past week from our church. Thanks!

      • #91809
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Check your email please. Strat man Dwight

    • #52981
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I don’t have a lot of money. In your opinion do you think an Ibanez VC70 is a good or bad guitar for a beginner.

      • #91805
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I don’t have a lot of money. In your opinion do you think an Ibanez VC70 is a good or bad guitar for a beginner. Try another forum. http://www.ibanezcollectors.com. Strat man Dwight

    • #52983
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I hope someone can help. I have just got a Kay guitar for my brother to learn on, but I am not sure if it is a steel or nylon strung guitar. It has all the characteristics of a nylon (tuners, neck joining body at the 12th fret) but it has a ornate scratch plate! It has old steel strings on it at the moment and plays fine. I do not want to put new steel strings on it incase I damage the instrument in any way….Should I put nylons on to be safe? Any info or leads would be great. The model number is K155 or KI55. Thankyou…. Allan McKechnie (uk).

    • #52980
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want to bye an ESP LTD F-200…. But before doing this, I wanna hear some opinions on this guitar, if possible..;) thx & bye Slaeyer

    • #52979
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an old Framus half accustic bass that i don’t now the model name on. Have you the posability to have some notation on it. There are 3 different numbers in the buttom that says: Made in Bavara 5/150 65E 21726 Best regards Arild

    • #52977
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi what sort of electric guitar do i need to start to learn to play. What r good models for less than £150? what basic stats do i need? all help much appreciated

      • #91637
        Anonymous
        Guest

        £150 isnt a lot, do you want electric or accoustic? electric wise for £150 you can get a guitar and amp setup, cheap guitar cheap amp, probably ok to learn on, you can get guitar amp packages, have a look in Argos, PMT in romford, southend, west london, and birmingham do very good deals. If you want accoustic then go for a Crafter, £150 will get you a very good mid range model, they are fantastic guitars for the money, good luck.

    • #52978
      Anonymous
      Guest

      IF YOU CAN TAB THIS OUT 4 ME U WILL ENJOY IT LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE IT IT IS A GREAT SONG AND UNAVIALABLE ANYWHERE ON THE INTERNET EVERYBODY LOVES THE ISLEY BROTHERS PLEASE TAB IT 4 ME I BEG YOU!!!

      • #91610
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : IF YOU CAN TAB THIS OUT 4 ME U WILL ENJOY IT : LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE IT IT IS A GREAT SONG AND UNAVIALABLE ANYWHERE ON THE INTERNET EVERYBODY LOVES THE ISLEY BROTHERS PLEASE TAB IT 4 ME I BEG YOU!!! Look under artists Seals & Crofts if you like. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52975
      Anonymous
      Guest

      to install kishor kumar songs at free cost

      This popular thread has been given its own page : to install kishor kumar songs at free cost

    • #52976
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Jackson serial # 3126, San Dimas CA, plate on neck, silver crakle , maple neck, flod rose,, When was this on made ??? value,,, Thanks in advance. Rick

    • #52974
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Regal Lap Steel circa 1930-40

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Regal Lap Steel circa 1930-40

    • #52973
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello there!!! Do you have any patches for the effectpedal DIGITECH "HOT HEAD DISTORTION"

      • #111819
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hello there!!! Do you have any patches for the effectpedal DIGITECH "HOT HEAD DISTORTION" Try another forum. http://www.firebottle.com. Enter through ampage and go to effects. Good luck. Strat man Dwight

    • #52972
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hi, anyone an idea of my guitar value–gibson sg mahog fair/good cond serial no617938—i think@1964 many thanks steve

    • #52971
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a gt-5 without a manual and want to know how to reset it and load new patches on via computer

    • #52970
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just acquired a Gibson Victory Artist electric guitar.

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Just acquired a Gibson Victory Artist electric guitar.

    • #52968
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : does anyone have the tablature for lucha de gigantes by nachapop. : thanks : M

    • #52969
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I bought a cutaway steel string Carlo Robelli and I just love it. It, to my amazement sounded so much better than the $250.00 + guitars I tried out. I always do research on almost everything. I didn’t even know about this make. I tried out a Washburn which was nice but then the salesman lead me over to the Robelli’s and as soon as I strummed the first chord, I was sold. The price was awesome as well. Well under $130.00 I tip my hat to Robelli and his guitars. Great Going!!!

      • #91609
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Always good to hear such praise of a product. I’ve seen them at dealers, will take a second look. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52967
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my friend has just lent me her fender strat and it needs to be restrung.. i have the strings and everything but trying to do it is the hardest thing… ive cheaked out some other peoples answers and they say to thread the strings through the holes in the back.. but this guitar dosent have it the thing that the strings are thread through is called a "spyder" i have no idea if thats standered but it is very complicated! please help me

      • #91641
        Anonymous
        Guest

        So is the bridge a Floyd Rose? And are there additional string locks up by the tuning keys, with 3 clamps and screws in place? It is very complicated. Strat man Dwight

    • #52965
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need help determining what model guitar this is. It is a les paul yellow in color serial Number c197116744

      • #91651
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I need help determining what model guitar this is. It is a les paul yellow in color serial Number c197116744 Please re-check the serial #, namely the 9. Your choices there are 0,1,2 or 3. But a 3 cannot be followed by a 7 in that position. So, maybe I’m wrong, but trying to be of assistance. Strat man Dwight

    • #52966
      Anonymous
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      I am writing an essay about how guitars work. I would like any information on what makes a quality guitar. What sets one apart from another and why. Or any other info you may think important. Thanks

      • #111799
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Unless somebody on this forum wants to write you an essay of their own, I highly recommend you visit http://www.godinguitars.com, choose from 6 icon/pictures and read what Mr. Godin has to say about the guitars that bear his name. In my opinion, it is very useful. If I were doing this project personally, I would want to include that info. Strat man Dwight

    • #52964
      Anonymous
      Guest

      when was les paul number 968440 strung for the first time. thanks

      • #111809
        Anonymous
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        It’s hard to tell exactly. Probably between 1970-72 according to the book I have. If it doesn’t say "Made in USA" on the back of the headstock, it might be a 1968. Post a picture and someone might be able to tell you more acurately.

    • #52963
      Anonymous
      Guest

      were can I get music shits from the web

      • #91645
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : were can I get music shits from the web O, you tell very funny joke. Go some place else for shitsy music.

        • #111800
          Anonymous
          Guest

          There is a good music download service right here if you click the music icon. You don’t have to be the World’s best speller or considerate person to access this on your own. Strat man Dwight

    • #52961
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a 1955 Fender Hard Body Electric Guitar. I have pics.

      • #91611
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Sorry, I don’t know what your guitar is worth. Perhaps someone else??? Strat man Dwight

      • #91451
        Anonymous
        Guest

        O, send pics, you show pics.

    • #52962
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hyy i am mike and i am 12 years old and i love ur band and i love to play he guitar email me pleae ith ur own words

      • #91643
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Click on bands and choose your Poison. Strat Man Dwight

      • #111810
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I got lot of words for you kiddo.

    • #52960
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how do u make an electric guiatr??

      • #91445
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : how do u make an electric guiatr?? Get the book "The Ultimate Guide to Building a Custom Solid Body Guitar" only $10, by Ron Kirn. Email [email protected]. Mr Kirn lives in Jacksonville FLA, and was doing tech work, and playing with the original artists who became Lynyrd Skynyrd in the 70’s. Ask a question like that, you just might get the answer! I recommend this book for all those who are serious. Strat Man Dwight

        • #91618
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Dwight, i thought you was going to give us the longest post ever explaining the step by step process.

          • #111812
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : Dwight, i thought you was going to give us the longest post ever explaining the step by step process. Yes, that was my first thought. But I kinda wondered how really serious the first poster was about it. Strat man

            • #124266
              Anonymous
              Guest

              you are begining to wise up.

        • #111741
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : how do u make an electric guiatr?? There are a ton of resources. Melvyn Hiscock’s book will answer a lot of your questions. Also, you might look into the Musical Instrument Maker’s Form (MIMF) on the web.

    • #52959
      Anonymous
      Guest

      iskaa/q[]qd

      • #93263
        Anonymous
        Guest

        songs of musafir

      • #91795
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try another forum. http://www.mag4u.com. Strat man Dwight

      • #91468
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : iskaa/q[]qd himndsajsf

        • #111737
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : iskaa/q[]qd : himndsajsf sasdsdsafdrew

    • #52958
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I just got this guitar that used to belong to my father. I don’t know much about them and I want to know what type of Ibanez this is. Can anyone identify it? Pictures: http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez.jpg http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez2.jpg

      • #91456
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hi, I just got this guitar that used to belong to my father. I don’t know much about them and I want to know what type of Ibanez this is. Can anyone identify it? : Pictures: : http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez.jpg : http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez2.jpg Well, It’s certainly an RG series….looks like maybe a RG570….did you look on the reverse side of the headstock?

        • #111732
          Anonymous
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          • #113267
            Anonymous
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            its not the model on that site(http://www.ibanez.com/guitars/guitar.asp?model=RG1570&color=1) its a les paul with EMG 81 /85 and has an ibanez neck put on it.the middle pickup is a Fender noiseless u people have no clue what a les paul looks like!!!! An ibanez RG has a Randy Rhodes V type shape and has 3 humbuckes on them

        • #111717
          Anonymous
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          : : Hi, I just got this guitar that used to belong to my father. I don’t know much about them and I want to know what type of Ibanez this is. Can anyone identify it? : : Pictures: : : http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez.jpg : : http://myshxt.homestead.com/files/ibanez2.jpg : Well, It’s certainly an RG series….looks like maybe a RG570….did you look on the reverse side of the headstock? There’s nothing written on the back of the headstock. I’ve checked all over and there’s nothing written on it anywhere that says what it is except "Ibanez"

    • #52957
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Vicente Tatay Classical Guitar

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Vicente Tatay Classical Guitar

    • #52956
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i recently bought a secind hand univox guitar (1970’s) and it had this really nice seymour duncan humbucker in the bridge pickup slot. I love the tone that comes out of it, but in my playing i tend to use the front pickup more (i hate the twang of the bridge setting). Can i simply get my guitar repairer to switch my two pickups around? Will a bridge seymour duncan work just as well at the front?

      • #91453
        Anonymous
        Guest

        there is no reason why it shouldnt, you could take it off create a cavity halfway along the neck and place it there if you wanted to, Fender did a very suscessful telecaster custom 72′ it had a humbucker on the neck and a single coil on the bridge, Keith richards used to play one, although ive never seen him playing one with the humbucker selected, still, give it a go.

    • #52955
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have any info on a 1942 Rex All American arch top guitar, distributed by Gretsch. It was a special WW11 issue. Thanks Sam

    • #52952
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The manual i need is for a tascam porta 07 4-trk recorder. anyone out there have an xtra or is willing to make a copy. i will reimburse you $$ for yr. time/paper/shpping. thanks.

    • #52951
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone out there with an xtra copy or is willing to make a copy for me? Will pay for shipping/time/paper. thanks.

      • #91832
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try another forum. http://www.firebottle.com, click ampage, go to recording equipment or similar. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52953
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m getting an Ibanez 1527CB 7 string this week. I was looking at a couple of different pickups for it. Can anyone advise on some good replacement pickups for a 7 string? I’m pretty much going for a pretty heavy sound (hence the 7th string:), so I figured the bridge would need a good amount of gain to it. But, one thing I love about my JS is the articulation you get even at high gain settings. So, in the neck position, I wanted to put something that would be chunky for leads, but still have good articulation. Any ideas? Thnx.

      • #99660
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There is no such thing as an Ibanez 7 string. Only Fender Telecasters have 7 strings on em you siily boi.IF your fake "IBANEZ 7 STRING" does exist(which it doesnt) i recomend the new EMG A-81. the A stands for the seymour duncan Alnico 2 pro and im sure you know what an 81 is. SD and EMG teamed up due to Steve Vai(who invented the fender telecaster) using the SD invader an EMG 81.i think its only available in canada and i got a A-81 for $79 and put it in my JHX Explorer. i hope i helped you!!

      • #91452
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        Does the Ibanez have Ibanez pickups? Yes, you can do better. http://www.dimarzio.com 7 string humbuckers, your choice. Reviews at http://www.harmonycentral.com. Sounds like you want clean with punch, no problems, just avoid anything with distortion from the pickup & add your effects later. Strat man Dwight

    • #52954
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      I was wondering if anyone knows anything about Raven guitars. The specs of the guitar seem good, but I have no experience whatsoever with this brand. Are they well-constructed? Is there is a paralled with another brand or model? what do they play like?

      • #95569
        Anonymous
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        rave guitars are all round pretty good i have 1 from about 1987 and it sound just fine.

      • #93254
        Anonymous
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        Hey. Well dont know very much about Raven guitars. All i know is i have one, i am presently getting it repaired. What i know is that there are a fairly low end Guitar company that were manufactured in Japan. They are decent guitars and a lot had them. The one i have is from the mid 70’s and is a copy of a gibson hummingbird. It is a faitly simple acoustic, nice look and a very nice neck and fret board. Good sound out of it, and for a fairly cheap guitar it is decent Guitar. Be aware after many years the neck may not be the stongest.

    • #52949
      Anonymous
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      Anyone know anything about Lyle guitars?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Anyone know anything about Lyle guitars?

    • #52950
      Anonymous
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      Hello there, just back on board, wanted to post about this new artist that I just found out about. He is guitarist WILL ACKERMAN. Hes got awesome style, classic, smooth, relaxing. I was able to gat a hold of his album called THE ONES WE NEVER KNEWfrom friends at Universal music. listen here to some of it and tell me what you think! The Bricklayer’s Beautiful Daughter http://www.classics.umusic.com/willackerman/media/22_will_ackerman-returning_01.asx

    • #52948
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      I would like to buy a starcaster from the late 70’s. Please e-mail me if you have one to sell. Thank you.

      • #91465
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        : I would like to buy a starcaster from the late 70’s. Please e-mail me if you have one to sell. Thank you. For many years I wanted a Starcaster and none were available. I bought 2 Guild Starfires instead, single then double cutaways. Later, a friend bought a Starcaster, did not like it at all, and offered to sell for a very good price. I looked and tried, not a very impressive guitar. Poor construction, action & tone compared to the Guilds. It kind of burst my bubble. I thought they looked so good before, but they weren’t what I expected from Fender. Just my experience – I’m happy the way things worked out. By all means, good luck and may you get what you really want. Strat man Dwight

    • #52947
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      I guess I wasn’t kidding when I mentioned Procul harum as a a source of Leslie speaker info. Just a little dazed & confused from too much Jimmy Page and violin practice. For real, if you visit http://www.procolharum.com or go one step step further http://www.procolharum.com/hammond/faq there is the best technical diagrams and reading info on Leslie that I have yet discovered. A must-see for interested sound afficionados. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52945
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      I have a Rare 1980 Gibson Les Paul Custom Limited Edition Goldtop, 42nd one made, Serial#80560084, it has a pearl plate on the back of the headstock with (Reg No 42) on it, if you have seen one like this let me know, i am thinking of selling it, email me for photos of the limited edition numbers and guitar at [email protected] asking $5000, will negotiate , no scamers please, i know your western union tricks, serous buyers only, a definate Collector or money maker.

    • #52946
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      Have aquired through a friends passing, an acoustic guitar that says it’s an Epi model D-10??? Has the epi sticker inside that also has the little Norlin logo in it’s corner, says it’s a product of Lincolnwood, Illinois and also that it’s made in Taiwan. Any direction anyone can give me on a possible age, pricing, etc.????? Can’t find anything about this model anywhere!

    • #52944
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      I/we have tried to address the mysteries of the Leslie speaker cabinet & questions posted by Harry, below on Nov 4. Check it out. There were no other responses … yet. Good website info, and everything you need to know, quick and easy references. Andrew/Dwight Listmayer – 2 gear heads

      • #111712
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        "Somebody" didn’t include the name of the most useful site on this topic. No it’s not all at Procul Harum either. It is definitely awesome and better and cooler (the abc’s) at http://www.theatreorgans.co/hammond/fact/mystery. Strat Man Dwight

        • #124235
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          : "Somebody" didn’t include the name of the most useful site on this topic. No it’s not all at Procul Harum either. It is definitely awesome and better and cooler (the abc’s) at http://www.theatreorgans.co/hammond/fact/mystery. Strat Man Dwight Not quite right, but no difference really. The word in the address is faq, not fact. No problem, but the whole site is http://www.theatreorgans.com/hammond/faq and there’s still more after that. But less is better, just follow the choices that lead to the mystery part. Andrew

          • #124418
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            Thanks guys for the information. I will definitely check it out. Would anybody know where I could obtain (purchase?) detailed design plans for a vintage Leslie 147 cabinet? I know a wood master craftsman who will build me a cabinet out of some really nice figured hardwood – thinking about using curly cherry and/or curly maple. I have looked all over and so far have found nothing. The only other way I can think of would be to buy a vintage cabinet and work from that. Thanks for your help and info. Harry – Strat, McNaught, PRS maniac.

    • #52943
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      i got a gibson les paul a few weeks ago and broke a string, but i can’t figure out how to take the broken string out and put a new one on. any help?

      • #91446
        Anonymous
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        unwind the string off the tuner on the headstock, then pull the string through the tailpeice taking care not to scratch your guitar paintwork as it goes through. to win the new one on poke it through the tailpeice then pull it up to the tuner, if its a ‘thin’ E string i would wind it around the tuner at least 6 times, but if its a E ‘Fat’ bass string then 2 or 3 times is enough.

    • #52940
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      I would appreciate any information regarding this guitar: HIJOS OF VICENTE TATAY, S.R.C. LITERATO AZORIN, NO. 13 VALENCIA, (ESPANA) FABRICA DE GUITARRAS BANDURRIAS LHUDES Thank you very much! Cat

      • #91899
        Anonymous
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        Extremely interesting, valuable, hand-made guitar. Sorry we have no info. Try another forum http://www.vintageguitarpro.com. Dwight Listmayer

        • #111808
          Anonymous
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          : Extremely interesting, valuable, hand-made guitar. Sorry we have no info. Try another forum http://www.vintageguitarpro.com. Dwight Listmayer Thank you, Dwight!

    • #52941
      Anonymous
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      I have a GX-80 CRATE Amplifier. A power surge has caused the fuse to blow up (i think). A friend of mine messed up the board layout connections on the circuit board and now I do not know what to plug/fit where??? If anybody has a snapshot of the GX-80 layout including the electronic setup, could you kindly help this kiddo (me) bring back life to this amp. Thanks 4 ur kind help, Marc. P.S. EMAIL <[email protected]>

    • #52942
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      hi, i am a country style lead guitar instructor, i have 2 instructional videos with tab for only $15 each and i will send you one and let you check it out before you pay me anything, just give me your mailing address, or you can listen to some of my riffs at http://www.guitartricks.com under terry couch, my email address is [email protected]

    • #52938
      Anonymous
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      i want to download free rapture song with dhol mix pls help

      • #94288
        Anonymous
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        : i want to download free rapture song with dhol mix pls help AMAN

      • #91295
        Anonymous
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        then you need to go to: http:/www.ithinkiminthewrongforumcosnobodyeveranswersme.com

    • #52939
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      Just to let you know that a number of ‘neew’ tabs have been added over at: http://www.consult-eco.ndirect.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm Hope you enjoy them. Cheers, take care amd keep on pickin’. Steve

    • #52935
      Anonymous
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      Hey, I picked up a Sakai copy of a Gibson L6S. An accurate copy looking at the L6S site only difference is a 3 way switch instead of 6. Bolt on neck,wellmade, great to play.I like the sound Delighted to find. Nice warm wood, 30 + years old and not a blemish.Most of life in a case!………….New Zealand

      • #91323
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        Your delightful find is a welcome thing to read about. Ibanez made some good copies of Gibsons too. All the best with the new guitar, Strat Man Dwight

        • #95182
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          i also own an old sakai. it has a gibson sg style body but the head stock is quite different. Ill have to agrre on the quality. I say if u find an old sakai, get urself a bargain!

    • #52936
      Anonymous
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      There’s a great new guitarist coming out of Australia. If you like, Norman Brown, George Benson, Ronny Jordan, Santana and many others you should take a look and listen to the samples. http://www.aaron-benson.com

    • #52937
      Anonymous
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      hi can you tell me what how and where the current supro range are made and are they any good ?

    • #52933
      Anonymous
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      Hey does anyone know where i can possibally find Drum notes tabs for the band STRINGS, and specificly the song DUUR by them, Thanks a lot

      • #95460
        Anonymous
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        Does anyone know a website where I can find the drum notes for Green Day: American Idiot?

      • #94575
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        Hey i have no idea how to read the stupid tabs on the internet so does ne one no where i can find actual NOTES on the internet? yeah the end

      • #91309
        Anonymous
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        Try, http://www.8notes.com/forums/drums. Good luck. Strat man Dwight

    • #52934
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      We have this guitar given to us that belonged to my husband’s grandmother.It is in excellent condition with no scratches that I can find.It is marked inside made in Japan, which I understand the business was moved there. What I would like to know if anyone can help is what year it was made.Any and all info is very appreciated 🙂

    • #52931
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      i have an old quest atak 5 and i want to know if its any good and its in a little bit of rough shape and i want to know if its worth fixing up?

      • #91455
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        It would be worth thinking about if you like the guitar, and don’t expect to sell it, but play it instead. Perhaps you should get an estimate on the amount of repairs and decide based on that. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52932
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      Was looking for a mesa boogie blue angel head. Can only find the combo amps. If anyone has a lead or wants to sell one, let me know. Thanks

      • #111713
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        This guitarsite is a fantastic forum. Can you tell I like it, and all you people? However, for the Blue Angel, you can reach additional tens of thousands or people, by posting on http://www.firebottle.com/forums/amps. Firebottles are tubes. The Mesa Boogie Blue Angel, as you are aware is an incredible amp. It’s too bad they stopped making them, but any business can be like that. Good luck, Strat Man Dwight

    • #52930
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      hey i need to know when the electric guitar was invented!!!!

      • #93413
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        : hey i need to know when the electric guitar was invented!!!! im doing a report on when the electric guitar was invented its not very specific so are you saying that the electric guitar’s were basically invented around the 1920’s?

      • #91296
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        :Depends on what kind of electric gitar you’re talking about. Electric hawaiian guitars were around in the late 20’s and pickups for hollow body jazz guitars were available in the early 30’s. Gibson’s P-90 pickup came out in 1937. In 1945, Les Paul planted a 4×4 piece of pine inside a hollow body guitar and screwed pickups pickups to the solid part of the body, thus inventing the semi-hollow electric guitar, a common design still being used today. But in 1950, Leo Fender introduced his version of the electric guitar called the Broadcaster (or Telecaster) using a solid plank of wood for the body. Fender made the first solid body electric guitar but he did not invent te electric guitar. Les Pauls "Log" guitar was an achievement but he did not invent the electric guitar. So to answer your question, THE electric guitar was invented in the 1920’s.

        • #94272
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          Can you tell me everything about a guitar not electric?

    • #52929
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      Hey, I’m looking for a Gibson SG-X limited edition (one of the beach colors from the ’98 line) preferrably in Corona Yellow. If anyone has one they’d like to unload or knows of anywhere in the damn country I can get my hands on one, please let me know. Thanks!

    • #52928
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      I’m looking for EMG 707 or 81-7 pickups. If anyone has any for sale, or has an opinion on them, reply here.

      • #91315
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        I hope someone has the pickups or the answer you want – maybe they are yet to come. I use an EMG 81 humbucker in my Custom Strat and it gives me what I want – a good, slightly dirty sounding bridge with a fair amount of output. Not sure, but I think I had it before Zakk Wylde, so it has nothing to do with hype or any artist. My dad, Dwight uses the broader, less aggressive, but hi-output 85. Both are exactly what EMG says they are, certainly not more, or mystical magic. Just reliable and they deliver consistently. We have not yet used any 7 string models or the 707. But I’ll bet that EMG describes them honestly, and maybe there are user reviews at harmonycentral. My purpose in writing is to remind you, EMG pickups (including what you want) sound best with EMG pots, capacitors and other hardware, of course their special jack is essential. The pickups don’t work properly if you just use them including the battery etc. without the rest of the current regulating, tone shaping electronics. Andrew/Dwight Listmayer The EMG forum is a top notch place for interaction 7 info, though I’m not plugging their product, site or anything. I just use ’em and think they’re okay, like they say.

    • #52926
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      I’m trying to determine what year my Jackson is. The serial number is 308*** The Jackson website doesn’t seem to help at all. Thanks for any help.

      • #92014
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        : I’m trying to determine what year my Jackson is. The serial number is 308*** The Jackson website doesn’t seem to help at all. Thanks for any help. I have the same problem…my serial number is 501*** and is not listed on their site. I bought the guitar over in japan when I was in the military about 10 years ago. Unfortunately I can’t find anything else about this guitar. What is also strange is that on the head it has "grover Jackson" instead of just "jackson". Anyway, if you figure anything out try to post it on here so I could maybe find out something about mine as well.

        • #112583
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          Odds are it’s a Japanese-manufactured Jackson, so the serial number will not be available on Jackson USA’s website. My understanding is if the headstock has Jackson Professional or just Jackson painted in cream (instead of a mother of pearl inlay), it is a Japanese model. Just another way to tell aside from serial #. I don’t believe any of the USA models had "Grover Jackson," but I could be mistaken. My brother has #1034659, which is some sort sort of Soloist/Fusion variant and I can all but guarantee that it is definitely no American model, just by considering the quality of materials used. It’s a bargain bin guitar, I’m afraid. This is not to say there aren’t other higher quality Japanese editions. However, in general you will find some lower quality features on the Japanese models, as this line was introduced as the lowwer cost alternative.

        • #93563
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          Hello. I have problem with my serial number. Just want to know where my guitar is made. My serial number is 0009720792. Pls tell me. Thank you.

      • #91463
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        Not much anyone can do to pinpoint the year of a Jackson – I’ve been waiting to see if anyone here knew how, based on serial numbers. Perhaps you could remove the neck with due caution, just to see if there is any ink date stamp on either the neck or the body pocket? Alternately, some CTS pots, if so equipped, can be dated by serial number. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52927
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      I have an opportunity to buy a special edition stratocaster on closeout below cost. It has a maple neck and has a dark gray (platinum) color. I want to know the quality of the made in mexico guitars are? How are the pickups compared to the americans? I was told by the salesperson that the neck and frets were setup better? But he was working on commission so i am a bit suspicious

      • #91459
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        I agree with Dwight – a make/model/sn would be nice – also a few more specs. I’ve had to do minor fret levelling and setup on several of these to get them to a "cherry" playability status, but they _do_ get there. The pickup packages vary; again, the TexMex have some good tone. Sure, they’re made in Mexico, but that ain’t necessarily a bad thing. If you end up buying it, factor in that you should have it dressed and set up by a repairman – NOT the mega-chainstore you bought it from. Face it… Fender’s a production shop and don’t have the time (especially for a MIM Strat) to really do a sweet fret dressing and setup on every one that goes out the door. for what it’s worth…

      • #91189
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        In the event that others or myself are able to comment on this issue, I for one would like to know the pn (part number) or model name of the particular guitar. MIM Stratocasters have different levels of quality and precision in parts among various models. But in any case, pickups, except for Tex-Mex are not usually worth keeping, especially those with ceramic magnet bars, in place of alnico rods. The TM’s come in the Jimmy Vaughan model. I also like certain features of the Classic series, but not all. This is not a full response on my part. Anyone else? … have a go. Strat man Dwight

    • #52925
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      Hi all, I’m looking to find out what year my vox wah V847 pedal was made in. the serial number is vox06D664.Thanks for all the help.

    • #52924
      Anonymous
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      Any info on CBS Masterworks guitar. who makes it, quality and value, etc

      • #91172
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        : Any info on CBS Masterworks guitar. who makes it, quality and value, etc What a good pick! CBS Masterworks was made by Fender, before they officially were known to have overseas product. Acoustics only. Named after the CBS broadcasting co. takeover of Fender, directly after Leo sold his company in 1965. I think they were late 60’s early 70’s models, same quality roughly as Epiphone/Yamaha. There were very few, and those that exist have usually stood up well, and are rare. Value at the most in my humble opinion $300 – $400 depending on where you are – Canada or US? Strat Man Dwight

    • #52923
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      I need urgently patches for y rp6 of Brian May (Queen guitarist) as i have to gig some songs of Queen and i am not satisfied of the sound. If anyone can help me please e-mail me on [email protected]

    • #52922
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      Guest

      what a fookin tool

      • #91196
        Anonymous
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        Can we please keep this discussion board decent so we can all enjoy it without unnecessary language and slamming other people. It’s a shame you are so insecure.

        • #111725
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          i second that.

          • #111987
            Anonymous
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            : i second that. I third that.

    • #52921
      Anonymous
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      come on all you would be jimmy pages someone out there must have the tab worked out for whole lotta love from the song remains the same (the extended soloing stuff)please put me out my misery

    • #52920
      Anonymous
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      James Blood Ulmer tunes his guitar strings all to one note – Anyone know which note and how? Does he alter stringing?

    • #52919
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone know of software that would allow me to create digrams of the fretboard easily? I want to do both chords and scales. I want to be able to show just your typical 3 or 4 frets as well as the entire fretboard.

      • #91202
        Anonymous
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        The closest thing I know is http://www.chordwizard.com, editions 2.0 and 3.0, but they’re not exactly everything you’re looking for. Strat man Dwight

    • #52918
      Anonymous
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      wiring diagram for silvertone electric gutiar model no. 319.14559

      This popular thread has been given its own page : wiring diagram for silvertone electric gutiar model no. 319.14559

    • #52917
      Anonymous
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      Hi, Anyone got a circuit diagram for a Carlsbro Hornet 45 Lead Amp?

      • #91174
        Anonymous
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        : Hi, Anyone got a circuit diagram for a Carlsbro Hornet 45 Lead Amp? Email [email protected], request schematic, has worked for some. Strat man Dwight

    • #52916
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      Hi all, First of all, congratulations for this great forum I just discovered. It’s a well of six-stringed wisdom ! Next, my questions : Do FP-01 and FP-02 differ from one another only in their connections (2 mono jacks for FP01 and 1 stereo for FP02,) cosmetics considerations apart ? Is there more in a FP-0x than a pot and, of course, jacks and wires ? (for the pot : 230kOhm, log, searched the archives 😉 but please correct me if i’m wrong of if something better can be achieved with another pot type) Wondering more precisely about input protections… If it’s nothing more that a pot (then it’s an expensive one… 🙂 do I have something to gain in enhancing it ? I explain : I read of a Volume Pedal Retrofit supposed to clean the signal/enhance the action eveness of a volume pedal, however it has the flaw of being active electronics, which means another alim 🙁 So if it’s (mostly) useless for an expression pedal, i’ll gladly let that extra part away ! Thanks for your patience, G.

    • #52915
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      Help - How do I adjust my guitar's action?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Help – How do I adjust my guitar’s action?

    • #52913
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      THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! This is the one, the 540R, owned by Mike Bordick. Oh, behold the glory! Anyway, thanks for your help now all I have to do is find one for sale.

      • #91203
        Anonymous
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        Soooo very cool, I’ve got shivers. Thank YOU too! Hope you find a beauty. Strat Man & "Ibanezer" Dwight

    • #52912
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      I just bought a brand new Epiphone Les Paul and a 25 watt Fender amp. For some reason when the guitar is plugged in, it buzzez a little. When i touch the string or any other metal thing on the guitar or amp, the buzzing stops. Anybody know whats wrong or how to fix it?

      • #91192
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        LeGlou is right, and it also makes sense in diagnosing such a problem to try another guitar with the same amp, and try another amp with your guitar, in the same environment. See if there’s any difference, besides possible electromagnetic interference, including dimmer switches. Of course, you can take both your guitar & amp to a different environment, to test. Some buzz will have to be tolerated if you are within a few feet of the amp and are facing it. Does it happen when you move back? Hopefully it’s not as bad on the clean channel, and at volumes under "4" in situations where you don’t have to be loud. Strat Man Dwight

      • #91171