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    • #77501
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      My modish website:
      http://latonya.go.telrock.net

    • #52775
      Anonymous
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      hi! i’m a newcomer in music,i’m a vocalist,anybody can teach me?

    • #52776
      Anonymous
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      hi! i’m a newcomer in music,i’m a vocalist,anybody can teach me?

    • #52777
      Anonymous
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      Anybody out there have a schematic for the Crate GX-15 amp that they could scan and send me? Thanks. Andre. "Playin’ it all by ear"

    • #52774
      Anonymous
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      garcia grade #2a 1970,classical guitar

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    • #52773
      Anonymous
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      I took a guitar as collateral on a personal loan. The guy said he can’t pay me back. Anyone have an idea where I might get it sold. The guitar was built by R.C. Allen for Merle Travis. The label inside says it b is a Merle Travis model no. JH-1003.

      • #124188
        Anonymous
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        : I took a guitar as collateral on a personal loan. The guy said he can’t pay me back. Anyone have an idea where I might get it sold. The guitar was built by R.C. Allen for Merle Travis. The label inside says it b is a Merle Travis model no. JH-1003. I know Mr. Allen Pesonely. if you still have this guitar, let me know. might be interested.

      • #89955
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        First place that comes to mind is Gruhn’s in Nashville. They have very good people to talk to, so I won’t suggest others yet, but the market would be in the Southern US where there is the most interest in Country Music Culture. This is not one of Merle’s first guitars custom made by Bigsby in the late 40’s. Strat man Dwight

    • #52771
      Anonymous
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      this guitar has three ivory colored pickups treb. bass, and volume controles and 4 settings for the pickups. can anyone come up with a value for me,or tell me where i can find one.

      • #90135
        Anonymous
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        I saw one of these guitars in a store in Detroit a couple of years ago for $400. It had a very nice red-yellow sunburst. I nearly bought it.

      • #89808
        Anonymous
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        Stratman Dwight posted this URL a week back: http://www.vintageguitarpro.com they do valuations for a price, if nobody can help you here then try the page.

    • #52770
      Anonymous
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      it seems i am in the same situation as many others i have aquired a "pearl guitar, folk, made by Hayashi, 800312, made in japan" i cant find anything on it, i would love some information about this beautiful guitar. please email me at [email protected]

    • #52772
      Anonymous
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      My Grandfathers guitar: Epiphone Style-Texan Ft-79 N0.A-1857 Kalamazoo,Michagin The age of this guitar&perhaps the value. Thanx Grant Conley

      • #89830
        Anonymous
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        ive seen real bad condition Texans go for $850 plus, is yours is halfway decent it should get well above that, they are excellent guitars.

    • #52769
      Anonymous
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      i have a gibson guitar and i cant find out the value on it the serial number is v772 27 and model number is a25196 style is es-295

    • #52768
      Anonymous
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      Whenever I use the word American, I seem to get blocked by the moderator. Many postings have been lost, and replaced, it would seem by hindi tab seekers. I am testing this here.

      • #89810
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        Hello Dwight I have contacted our ‘filters guy’ about this and we will hopefully have some news on this for you. regards Geoff : Whenever I use the word American, I seem to get blocked by the moderator. Many postings have been lost, and replaced, it would seem by hindi tab seekers. I am testing this here.

      • #89825
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        The test message was successful, but the other’s are still blocked? I am not impressed. Strat Man Dwight

        • #111446
          Anonymous
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          I would like to be a moderator. Still can’t send a message. Thanks again. Strat Man Dwight

          • #123997
            Anonymous
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            hey dwight the 2nd time i tried to reply on your slash lp post it got held up every time. check back to see if it comes up soon, but i can’t find all the info i put on there so i can’t send it again! effing moderator!

            • #125910
              Anonymous
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              Moderator man knows you 2 are nothing but trouble, have you tried bribing him? a £10 cheque ensures hassle free posting for life…. let me see now.. America. USA. George W Bush.. 9/11 Osama bin laden. yep hassle free !!!

    • #52767
      Anonymous
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      I have a crate umf212 monitor that I hopefully can rescue.Does anyone know the crossover wiring??? Does the red wire go to the horn or the blue. I am thinking blue but was hoping to double check…Thanks

    • #52766
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      Thanks for the members’ info on the Slash Gibson-copy Les Paul. That was really appreciated. I’ve got another one. Nothing new. But watch it, the guy who uses the initials EVH has a copyright on his name and will have his overpaid legals researching google if you spell it out in full. Yeah, so if you write somebody about your blah EVH album or CD you might be infringing on his copyright. Put memorabilia with the name on ebay and see what happens! But who knows if this much loved by himself artist had at least 2 of his guitars made by a private luthier other than his sponsors? Anybody believe that one of them with that red, black & white stripe pattern was hand made and got a Kramer neck stuck on it, while the other with the same colour scheme was hand made again, and got a Peavey Wolfg@ng neck bolted to it? Could this luthier keep it a secret? And was it the good luthier that designed the latest guitar, not the player? Was someone trying to fool us? And we are supposed to think we could buy the same illustrious gear at our guitar store? I smell d tuna. Any comments, info, stories and who done its? Strat Man Dwight

    • #52765
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      i have a jackson dinky -EX ….i bought it about 10 years ago. it’s got a few stickers on it but it’s neat looking, nothing too overboard…the pick guard is signed by Jerry Cantrell from Alice in chains….i was wondering what it might be worth….i need the money and was considere=ing selling it….if ya have an idea lemmie know..thnx

    • #52764
      Anonymous
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      Can I put tele. pickups in my strat?

      • #89668
        Anonymous
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        : Can I put tele. pickups in my strat? Are you serious? Sometimes I wonder which questions are sincere, or just bait. However, not for me to decide, I’ve always given the benefit of the doubt and will lend a hand to guitar players, especially those with Fender types, cuz Fender can help you zero percent in most cases. So we need to stick together. First there is no need to put Tele pickups in a Strat, unless there is some financial reason. Ie. you have pickups you like, and want to put them in. Then, you might explain a little more which adds to your credibility. If you like a certain pickup, it can sometimes be hand made and duplicated in Strat-size. You cannot get the smaller neck pickup to fit into the Strat pickguard anywhere, as the mounting screws will be too close together. If you wish – have a pickguard custom made, it will cost, at http://www.wdmusic.com. The Tele bridge pickup will not fit anywhere on most Strats. Positively not into the normal guard, because the Tele bridge dimensions are now too LARGE. Then you must consider whether or not the routing (space inside) of your Strat body will accept it – most will not. But if you have space for a humbucker-sized pickup in one of your locations on the Strat, the Tele bridge pickup can be cobbled in, by enlarging the pickguard opening or ordering from WD. Lastly, you will have a grounding issue. An extra ground to metal, usually at the bridge plate on a Tele bridge pickup. You can figure that one out and make it work, but it’s usually not compatible. To do what you ask, you will have to engineer, think alot, order special parts, possibly enlarge the Stratocaster cavity with a router, and customize the wiring. There’s nothing wrong with that, if you invent the solution to match perfectly. If it’s a Tele "sound" you are looking for … that’s another issue. All the best. Strat Man Dwight

        • #92163
          Anonymous
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          if i put humbuckers in a pre-routed strat, do i have to buy a new pickguard to fit the humbucker, or can i just have the original pickguard routed too?

    • #52763
      Anonymous
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      have one ive been dragin arround,for 20 years,its black trimed in ivory white around,both edges,front an back has label inside,model#zo210,or20210,it was old,when i gotit,still plays often an well,can anyone inliten me,about this fine old box?

    • #52762
      Anonymous
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      gibson sonex

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    • #52761
      Anonymous
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      I had a pound of .004 wire tinned a while ago after searching for quite some time for the wire that had the highest psi tensile. As with my low C#(.195) on the 11 string bass, I always ask someone who mentions they have a High A string, where they got it from. I haven’t got an answer yet. The high A adds anew dimension to guitars. Thanks

      • #89658
        Anonymous
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        This is all new ground to me, i hope the high psi tensile cable hods out, me, i prefer a set of D ‘Addario 10-46’s i beleive they go by the name of ‘Regular light gauge’ and an 11 string Bass?? i hope you wind the string up as well as you have wound this tale up.

        • #90282
          Anonymous
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          :" This is all new ground to me, i hope the high psi tensile cable hods out, me, i prefer a set of D ‘Addario 10-46’s i beleive they go by the name of ‘Regular light gauge’ and an 11 string Bass?? i hope you wind the string up as well as you have wound this tale up." i think it is important to gather information before commenting. Mike Adler (adlerguitars.com) crafted the first 11 string bass. Please refer to my interview in Bass Inside Magazine ,issue #18 (bassinside.com) . The low C# (17HZ) string works great.the gauges are .195-.007 on that instrument . The .005 wire is high tensile strength and hold just fine on a 32" scale. There are more articles at garrygoodman.com concerning the 11 string. I have yet to see or hear a high A string( other than my own" and would have liked to have saved myself the trouble if someone is already manufacuring such a string.it would be nice if who ever has high A strings to reply to this post. Thanks-

    • #52760
      Anonymous
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      Can anyone tell me what Strat I have?

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    • #52759
      Anonymous
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      if u can send me some music that has e.c.g. cords on them

    • #52758
      Anonymous
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      I’d appreciate it if someone could give me an idea of what a 1934 Rickenbacher bakelite lap steel (excellent condition) may be worth. I have the case too (in very good condition.) Thanks a bunch!

      • #92323
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        : I’d appreciate it if someone could give me an idea of what a 1934 Rickenbacher bakelite lap steel (excellent condition) may be worth. I have the case too (in very good condition.) Thanks a bunch!

        • #111928
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          If it’s a bakelite lap steel the year of manufacture is somewhat later. They started in about 1935 or 1936. I’ve been interested in buying one, so I’ve followed E-Bay transactions for about a year. Depending on condition, they’ve been selling for $650.00 to $1,100.00.

    • #52757
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      • #89522
        Anonymous
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        Wow! A real work of art. Thanks for sharing. I like the adjustable truss rod to compensate for climactic conditions. All the best, afficionado. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52756
      Anonymous
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      hi anyone know where i can buy an exact replic@ of a gibson les paul or junior/special? many thanks d.

      • #89501
        Anonymous
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        As you probably know the Les Paul included the models Junior, Special, and Junior Special, and loads of other variants, which one in particular was you after? i know they still make a ‘Faded’ model, which is a bit cheap and nasty, they do that model in the Double cutaway with P90’s and a single cut with humbuckers, i have a 97 model LP special double cut with p90’s in TV yellow, and its a lot better than the current faded models, if you want any of those discontinued models you will have to look on Ebay, i dont think you will find one new. Did you wan the one with the P90’s? i would go with that rather than the P100’s. or maybe you could visit the Gibson custom shop?? they have everything you want there, at a price. Hope you find the guitar you want.

        • #89678
          Anonymous
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          i’m after a copy rather than a proper gibson!

          • #111466
            Anonymous
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            does the copy have to look like a real gibson?

            • #124006
              Anonymous
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              Id like it to look as close as it can if possible! Cheers dill

              • #125899
                Anonymous
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                Then you have to go for the Epiphone LP special/junior, maybe upgrade the pickups with kent armstrong P90’s, or maybe you should check out the Tokai love rock guitars, have a look at this gold top with p90’s: http://www2.wbs.ne.jp/~tokai/loverock.htm these are excellent guitars, especialy the jap made ones. 3rd option is to buy a discontinued LP special/junior from ebay, like i said i have a TV yellow double cut with 2 P90’s and it cost me £550, maybe $750 US. they are well worth that kind of money, i think the tokai gold top will cost that kind of money too. good luck.

    • #52754
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      Requests for Guitar Appraisals & Values

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    • #52755
      Anonymous
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      There have been regular requests on this site for info on Martin Coletti guitars. For anybody still wondering, there is an article now posted at http://www.vintageguitarpro.com. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52751
      Anonymous
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      DANELECTRO IN THE UK

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    • #52752
      Anonymous
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      Martin D28 vs D2832 - how good is the D2832?

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    • #52753
      Anonymous
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      Could anyone tell me what an ensenada guitar is and what’s it’s value?

      • #93403
        Anonymous
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        : Could anyone tell me what an ensenada guitar is and what’s it’s value? I own an Ensenada guitar… though i’ve never seen one in a store… its a great guitar. It was given to me… So i don’t know its wortth.

    • #52750
      Anonymous
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      Hi this is tushar from mumbai. I m interested to do the online data entry work so plz send me detail information of ur work.

    • #52749
      Anonymous
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      cari les bass di Jatinangor

      • #89508
        Anonymous
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        : cari les bass di Jatinangor Que sera sera.

        • #111418
          Anonymous
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          Ou est le mouton? j’adore manger ca.

        • #111402
          Anonymous
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          oui oui, ouse e le voitre??

          • #123947
            Anonymous
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            ya man, j’adore les pwtang!

    • #52747
      Anonymous
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      Check out my listing on ebay. Its not going to stick around for long! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=2384&item=3756853011&rd=1

    • #52748
      Anonymous
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      Does anybody know what kind of acoustic guitars Alan Jackson plays and/or why this preference? Any information would be appreciated, just out of curiosity. Thanks. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52746
      Anonymous
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      Bob Marley's Equipment

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    • #52744
      Anonymous
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      Slash's 59 Les Paul copy?

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Slash’s 59 Les Paul copy?

    • #52745
      Anonymous
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      SN IC 001117023. Can anyone tell me the year of this guitar?

      • #89517
        Anonymous
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        : SN IC 001117023. Can anyone tell me the year of this guitar? I think you have one too many numbers in there. 8 digits after the numerals would be expected. However, I own one of these guitars and know it’s origin and the facts on serial #’s. It is unexpectedly straightforward. If yours starts with 00, it is indeed stamped in the year 2000. If it happens to be 01 (because I can’t tell if & where you have an extra digit) then it follows that it would be 2001. The letters signify where the actual was actually made, meaning the specific factory, not in which country here, which is stamped "made in China" on the instrument. In some cases the C actually stands for Cort. Hundreds of thousands of Squiers have been neatly, discretely made by Cort. Fender owns no property and no manufacturing facilities outside of the US & Mexico. The remainder has always been farmed out. Does this reponse seem right? Strat Man Dwight

    • #52742
      Anonymous
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      A friend of mine has a Martin Coletti guitar american model guitar 1370. Would like to know more about it can anyone help?

    • #52743
      Anonymous
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      Anyone know what a good starter guitar would be? Seagull, Godin, Art&Lutherie? the Art and Luth. start out with a Cherry Veneer, the Seagull have a solide cedar top???

      • #89518
        Anonymous
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        Sounds like you’re in Canada and know your local guitars, right around my neighbourhood. The Seagulls will do just fine; excellent in either solid spruce or cedar, with cherrywood or mahagonay back & sides. Seagulls have a good reputation and good sound & value. Personally, I’ve owned 2 or 3. Godins are expensive, a little more than a beginner requires. Art & Lutherie are good too. A laminated top is easier to care for in the beginning of one’s guitar experience. Also in this same family of guitars are the Normans. I had 2 of them as well. They sounded the best to me, looked the best and were priced the best. Try to get one as part of a package – like dealers often put Normans with a hardshell case and some accessories and sell for around $350 – $399 at Christmas time, beginning about now … in November. Strat Man Dwight

        • #96232
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          : Los sonidos como usted están en Canadá y saben sus guitarras locales, la derecha alrededor de mi vecindad. Las gaviotas harán la multa justa; excelente en piceas sólidas o cedro, con el cherrywood o parte posteriora y lados mahagonay. Las gaviotas tienen buenas una reputación y buen sonido y los valoran. Personalmente, he poseído 2 o 3. Godins es costoso, poco más que un principiante requiere. El arte y Lutherie son buenos también. Una tapa laminada es más fácil de cuidar para en el principio de su experiencia de la guitarra. También en esta misma familia de guitarras están los normandos. Tenía 2 de ellos también. Me sonaban el mejor, miraban el mejor y fueron tasados el mejor. Intente conseguir uno como parte de un paquete – como normandos a menudo puestos de los distribuidores con $399 un caso del hardshell y algunos accesorios y vender para alrededor $350 – en el tiempo de Navidad, comenzando sobre ahora… en noviembre. Hombre Dwight De Strat

        • #111381
          Anonymous
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          Just a note, Laminate tops also favoured in some top end Electro Accoustic guitars, yamaha do some very nice laminate topped guitars, solid top is not always a pointer towards better quailty. But on the other hand, nothing could ever beat the Gibson Hummingbird.

    • #52740
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi can some1 help moi hera i want 2 download dat song yeh jo teri payalon ki cham cham he from movie masoon or is it from ghoonghat… sooo plz plz plz can some1 help?

      • #89669
        Anonymous
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        yes movie was monsoon and can you do it standing on your head? beware some cobra will get very upset if you ply song. have a very fine mongoose.

    • #52739
      Anonymous
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      I do.

      • #89553
        Anonymous
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        Dogs? well you have the Koreans of course, they will eat anything.

    • #52741
      Anonymous
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      I do.

      • #89372
        Anonymous
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        how cool is that? i posted 2 posts (count ’em, two!) all by my lonesome at the very same second! Isn’t life fantastic sometimes?

    • #52738
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      Thought I’d let you in on a great guitar forum, the people there are really nice and friendly. http://www.musicplayer.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=forum;f=19 This goes out especially to lee, as i think he needs a change since he’s been here for a coupla billion years. Cheers!

      • #89505
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        Sounds like a nice forum. And I too will always defend the grrrrreeeaaaaattttt Gibson, 24 hours a day, 8 days a week, 400 days a year etc. etc. or my name isn’t Strat Man Dwight. Actually, others called me that, and it certainly fit, but did I mention I hot rod Gibsons? Of course I did. Historian, enthusiast, supporter (and what’s to defend?) … there’s just no catch phrase there however.

      • #89532
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        Sounds like a nice forum. And I too will always defend the grrrrreeeaaaaattttt Gibson, 24 hours a day, 8 days a week, 400 days a year etc. etc. or my name isn’t Strat Man Dwight. Actually, others called me that, and it certainly fit, but did I mention I hot rod Gibsons? Of course I did. Historian, enthusiast, supporter (and what’s to defend?) … there’s just no catch phrase there however.

      • #89374
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        yeah, but who would fill the void i would leave behind?? who has the expieience? the know how? the understanding?? and who would defend the Gibson?? I think of this forum like the Alamo, and im Davey Crocket!!

        • #89502
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          And you’ve done a sterling, tremendous job here. Be proud. : yeah, but who would fill the void i would leave behind?? who has the expieience? the know how? the understanding?? and who would defend the Gibson?? : I think of this forum like the Alamo, and im Davey Crocket!!

        • #111421
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          : yeah, but who would fill the void i would leave behind?? who has the expieience? the know how? the understanding?? and who would defend the Gibson?? : I think of this forum like the Alamo, and im Davey Crocket!! Oh dear, i think you are proving my point. i still want you to stay though! You could never leave this here town. I can imagine you on a derelict desert landsape, laying off hordes of hindi tab researchers with only an old raccoon and a guitar to your name. Okay okay, i’ll stop now. man im tired.

    • #52737
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      The seller claims it is a Teisco Del Ray from the 60’s. But I can’t find a similar Del Ray anywhere on the net. So, do anyone of you have any ideas? You’ll find pictures here: http://www.stefansen.org/guitar/guitar.htm I would appreciate any help I can get. This is driving me crazy. 🙂

      • #89414
        Anonymous
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        I’m almost as curious as you. It certainly has Teisco features and lineage. Maybe a SS-4L or perhaps a later Guyatone? There is one man for sure who can tell. He is Michael Wright from Vintage Guitar Books, Bismarck, North Dakota USA, tel (701)255-1197 fax recommended: (701) 255-0250. Perhaps you have seen his article linked to the Teisco Twanger’s website? He will find your answer, please let us know, or post it on your site when the mystery is solved. Nice site of your own by the way! Canada’s Strat Man & Historian Dwight

        • #111394
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          Hi Dwight, Thank your for your compliments and tips. I have never visited Teisco Twanger’s site before, but I am there now. 🙂 I am going to read Michael Wright’s article, if I can find it. And, I will try to get in touch with him and ask him for his help. Will let you know what happens. Thanks! – Ole S –

    • #52735
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      Somebody lent me an ASPRI REVERB ,i found it quite interesting and i would like to know where i could find this accessory somewhere in france. I live in Strasbourg. Please could you help me. Franck

    • #52736
      Anonymous
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      it is very nice

      • #89390
        Anonymous
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        i think so too, but even better in blue.

    • #52734
      Anonymous
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      Anybody know where i can but a replacement knob for a Peavey T-15

      • #89367
        Anonymous
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        The replacement you are looking for will match with many other Peavey models. If you don’t have a dealer or multiple dealers in your area or territory (don’t be afraid to call long distance or email) you might have to rely on ebay with the appropriate search. For such an unusual and specific part, it takes some effort and hopefully you will be rewarded with success. Of course other knobs, generic, chrome dome etc. would fit if you did not require an exact match. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52733
      Anonymous
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      im sillin a jackson performer who wants to buy it?

      • #89384
        Anonymous
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        Sillin?? is that a new one?

    • #52732
      Anonymous
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      I MIGHT BE ABLE TO GET YOU STARTED OR EXPLAIN HOW TO USE WINMX

      • #93281
        Anonymous
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        : I MIGHT BE ABLE TO GET YOU STARTED OR EXPLAIN HOW TO USE WINMX mine always says finding network connection and never does.what do i do??

    • #52731
      Anonymous
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      iam searching dhol mix rapture

    • #52729
      Anonymous
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      hey i’m struggling to find a tab anywhere for the song "Never Look Back" by Blues Saraceno. Can anyone help me out?

      • #91319
        Anonymous
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        Hey man, I have "Never Look Back" if you want it. Do you have any songs from the album "Plaid"?

    • #52730
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking to purchase a left handed guitar. I am a beginner. I’m not sure what is the best type to buy for the money. Can someone help me out?

      • #89512
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        My earlier reply went to the moderator. Must have been a problem with a key word, I’m still trying to figure it out. Maybe I used the name of a certain Country? Just one word (one more word) THIS time. Yamaha. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52727
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      Wants to find a Vicente Tatay Guitar

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    • #52728
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      can anyone tell me why these reissues with the Lyre tailpiece have been discontinued? They are still available from the historic custom shop for a ridiculous price of 2799.00 but they discontinued the "regular" model which was around 1799.00. They are only available with the stop tailpiece. If I was going to spend almost 3000.00 for a reissue why wouldnt I just come up with another 2 grand and get a real one? Of course Gibson wont answer me cause I am a nobody. Anybody out there know the facts on why this guitar wa discontinued?

      • #89363
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        This is a multi-pronged question. First, we’re all somebody at Gibson. That’s why they have the customer info line 1-800-4-GIBSON. I talk to them frequently. The "guys" have told me before they just don’t know anything. The company doesn’t let then know this kind of information, so they can’t tell us. Their scope is more technical. If they knew the answers, I’d trust them to tell us. Gibson is much more open & friendly than many of the other biggies. Generally, Gibson wants to keep their offerings simple, and appealing (in both features and price) to the mass market. Their catalogues recently have shown only 4 Les Pauls and 4 SG’s. LP Custom, Standard, Classic, Studio. SG Supreme, Standard, Special, Junior. Actually, there are SG 61 reissues & have been other LP models with all of the flametop issues, burstbuckers etc. but I haven’t seen them listed? That’s strange … some US stores have added them to their own catalogues. But I haven’t seen a lyre or vibrola tailpiece in awhile, except as you know from the historic shop. For some reason, these and other "reissues" which are deemed not for the masses, are aimed at connoiseurs who might be able to fork out the extra $2,000. It’s a marketing thing for sure. Limited numbers, higher prices, old trick, I guess? But, I wonder, I think I’ve seen recent Epiphones out there, like a white SG with gold hardware and vibrola. Anyone else? Strat Man (and Gibson Hotrodder) Dwight

        • #111398
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          : This is a multi-pronged question. First, we’re all somebody at Gibson. That’s why they have the customer info line 1-800-4-GIBSON. I talk to them frequently. The "guys" have told me before they just don’t know anything. The company doesn’t let then know this kind of information, so they can’t tell us. Their scope is more technical. If they knew the answers, I’d trust them to tell us. Gibson is much more open & friendly than many of the other biggies. : Generally, Gibson wants to keep their offerings simple, and appealing (in both features and price) to the mass market. Their catalogues recently have shown only 4 Les Pauls and 4 SG’s. LP Custom, Standard, Classic, Studio. SG Supreme, Standard, Special, Junior. Actually, there are SG 61 reissues & have been other LP models with all of the flametop issues, burstbuckers etc. but I haven’t seen them listed? That’s strange … some US stores have added them to their own catalogues. But I haven’t seen a lyre or vibrola tailpiece in awhile, except as you know from the historic shop. For some reason, these and other "reissues" which are deemed not for the masses, are aimed at connoiseurs who might be able to fork out the extra $2,000. It’s a marketing thing for sure. Limited numbers, higher prices, old trick, I guess? : But, I wonder, I think I’ve seen recent Epiphones out there, like a white SG with gold hardware and vibrola. Anyone else? Strat Man (and Gibson Hotrodder) Dwight Additional footnote. This is a good one for wwww.lespaulforum.com too. Andrew

    • #52726
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      what is the minimum charges for download?

    • #52725
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      fender squier, stratocaster,1972

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    • #52724
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      I have a conrad 40212 and am also looking for information on them. There is a local myth about my guitar that it was a present from the musician Donovan,but I have no way of knowing if this is true. If there are any good sites for Conrad guitars please let me know

    • #52723
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      Any cool Amp settings, preferably metal

    • #52722
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      I am looking for blueprint plans for a Martin (OM) 14 fret guitar. I know the neck is different in length from the 000 model, if you can help I would appreciate it as I am in the process of constructing a kit I won on ebay from bluecreek guitars and the plans would be very helpful. Thanks, Ron

    • #52721
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      hello from zimbabwe!

      • #89376
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        : hello from zimbabwe! and a good old "howdy" back to you my friend!

    • #52714
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      Hello out there. I am a somewhat begenner bass player.First time I picketone up I was 13 yr played punk till 16 and now at 34 just started backup playing for3yrs anything from rock / metal/ funk / dance/ tecno / my ? is dose anyone trade basses I have a 5 string 20th anniversary squier jazz bass .I like to have a 6 string bass E/mail me back please at [email protected]

      • #88553
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        Looking for a Pick guard for a 1965 gibson ES-120T. Anyone know if these exists? Thanks Phil

    • #52715
      Anonymous
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      Hello out there. I am a somewhat begenner bass player.First time I picketone up I was 13 yr played punk till 16 and now at 34 just started backup playing for3yrs anything from rock / metal/ funk / dance/ tecno / my ? is dose anyone trade basses I have a 5 string 20th anniversary squier jazz bass .I like to have a 6 string bass E/mail me back please at [email protected]

      • #88562
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        : And you thought maybe they made one in germany or usa. Don’t think so.

      • #88573
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        : And you thought maybe they made one in germany or usa. Don’t think so.

    • #52713
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      model diagram hohner  b bass,v

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    • #52712
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      Martin D28 Serial #302622 & Fender F35 Serial # F921498. Thanks for your help.

      • #89500
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        : Martin D28 Serial #302622 & Fender F35 Serial # F921498. Thanks for your help. If you’re selling, there is a gentleman in the most recent postings who is in the market for the Martin. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52711
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      yeh can somebody tell info aout it and ho invented it?

    • #52706
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      : : Sir I want download Waisa bhi hota hai…… songs

    • #52699
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      I, my daughter wants an electric guitar, and I’m thinking of buying a used one. She likes Nirvana pretty much. What model do you suggest? Thanks 🙂

      • #88571
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        : I, my daughter wants an electric guitar, and I’m thinking of buying a used one. She likes Nirvana pretty much. : What model do you suggest? : Thanks 🙂 Okay, everyone please add their opinion, I’m not trying to steal your opportunity. But with 2 daughters of my own, and the Nirvana clue, I recommend Fender Jagstang, seems they might be making them again, but still our buddy here wants used, and that’s great. Regardless of the age and size of the player, the Jagstang is doable. Features lightweight basswood body, very short scale of under 23 inches, and a thin girth of the neck at the nut, near headstock. Just a real easy to play and good sounding guitar, with ALL of the Curt Cobain inspiration and vibe. Second choice: Cyclone – similar features, less collectible and more readily available. Not the Mustang. I/we have all 3. Speaking from experience. Curt used many explitives in criticizing Mustangs and I agree. Strat Man Dwight Listmayer

        • #89276
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          I’d go with the first choice, a little expensive for a beginer guitar but a very nice guitar. not too keen on the cyclone, its pointless recomending a Epi LP standard if she is a kurt nut.

      • #88550
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        : Hi’ Les Paul Forum…it has Other Gibson Section also. http://www.lespaulforum.com/base.html : I’ve gone crazy, and bought a Gibson ("V") and now I’m looking for a gibson discussion forum, if there is any?)). : Thanks, : Yvette

    • #52680
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      I bought a s s stewart 6 sting guitar at a yard sale..The guy told me it was made by gibson.. It is an old guitar, but it doesn’t have a sticker on the inside of it..It just says s s stewart on the top .. Does anyone know if gibson indeed did make some s s stewart guits…. Thanks

      • #89394
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        I don’t think Gibson ever made such a guitar. Many older guitars from the 30’s to the 50’s were made by either Harmony in the States (Chicago), or Regal of Chicago. Examples by Regal would have no sticker inside, and would include the logo of choice, if more than 50 units were ordered. Regal is often confused with the old Gibsons of Kalamazoo, Mich. I have no idea why. People commonly say that certain guitars are made by Gibson also; must be a selling point. Gibson might have been the company behind Pan guitars, and are definitely responsible for the fine line of Orville guitars from Japan, and as everyone knows, Epiphone. Strat Man & Gibson Historian Dwight

        • #90120
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          Gibson most certianly made a version of an L-2 in the early ’30s. I own one and have seen a photo of another. The stamp on the neck block is identical to the numeric order of my ’31 gold-sparkle bound Argentine grey 12 -fret flattop.THey were both built by the same hands at Gibson…..Thanks…Neil

    • #52681
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      Hey! What’s a really fast guitar to play? Ibanez? P.S. Got HOT Pictures pics of girls? Send em to [email protected]

      • #111432
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        ibanez are fast but not the fastest, if you want the ferrari of the guitar world you need to travel east, you need to go to Korea, for in the mid to late seventies there was born a guitar called the ‘Hondo 2’ , production was later taken over by japan and quality suffered greatly, for it was only in the fabled Korean Hondo’s that the Truss rod was felt to be ‘an optional extra’ . the resulting warped necks and lifting fretboards (wrong glue)and double height extra thick jumbo frets, only added to the playing experience, the fact that the pickups were so dull that you had to use a ‘tone booster’ treble pedal to get any cut did not matter. the pure joy of getting that mother out of your unpadded gig bag was always sure to put a smile on your face, and anyone else who saw the name on the headstock, and if you could actualy play it in key with the rest of the band, it was considered a miracle, and the vatacan would send a team of preists to verify it. many people have tried and all have failed.

        • #123992
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          I sincerely hope that when the Koreans get all of their nuclear weapons built, that they are just as deadly as their Hondo guitars! Strat Man Dwight

          • #125909
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            South Koreans toe the line, its those northerners you have to watch out for, never trust anybody who considers a ‘cat in batter, with lemon grass and herbs’ a delicasy. Meow.

    • #52678
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      Hey! What’s a good guitar for playing Metal? P.S. Got HOT Pictures and stuff? Send em to [email protected]

      • #89272
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        you could try a Jackson, maybe an ibanez, or a BC Rich, but why not be different and try a Gibson J200 plugged into a Tubescreamer on 10/10/10 direct into the front of a TSL100 on 11/11/11/11/11/11/11 sitting on top of 2 4X12 Marshall stacks kitted out with GT75’s, you could use a fishman rare earth pickup on the J200, and maybe roll off the tone a little on the TSL100 to sort out the feedback.

    • #52677
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      Need upper bout and waist dimensions for OM28 Martin. These dimensions are not listed on Martin’s website. Please send answer to [email protected]

    • #52673
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      Cant Find DavisTrade.com is there a problem with me?

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    • #52672
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      I own an Alvarez acoustic/electric that has the f-holes instead of the normal sound hole. I know absolutely nothing about this guitar excepts that it sounds awesome. I’m moving however and need to get rid of it and would have no idea what to ask for it. I hate to get rid of it but i have no choice. IFANYONE has any information on this guitar whatsoever, please let me know, it would be greatly appreciated.

      • #88399
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        : I own an Alvarez acoustic/electric that has the f-holes instead of the normal sound hole. I know absolutely nothing about this guitar excepts that it sounds awesome. I’m moving however and need to get rid of it and would have no idea what to ask for it. I hate to get rid of it but i have no choice. IFANYONE has any information on this guitar whatsoever, please let me know, it would be greatly appreciated. Your question is put very politely, you deserve anyone’s consideration and help. All I know is that information on Alvarez vintage guitars is being sought by many others, and might also be found by joining the info request forum at http://www.alvarezgtr.com. At least you’ll see you have many additional friends that share your experience. Strat Man Dwight

      • #88418
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        : Anybody have any comments regarding Cort Guitars? : Good, Bad I have owned a Cort 6 string (An Earth 200) since Dec 2000. Its definitely one of the best sounding guitars around- and will only get better as it has a solid spruce top and mahogony back. Considering it cost uder $500aus is hard to believe when compared to Martins and Matons that is….do yourself a comparison and then buy!

      • #88372
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        : Anybody have any comments regarding Cort Guitars? : Good, Bad My buddy has a handmade Cort acoustic and it is one of the most beautiful sounding guitar’s i’ve heard. Definitly good materials and detail put into making the guitar. I’ve also heard their bass guitars and are equally as good. So if you can find a nice one, i say go for it.

      • #88393
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        I have a six-string Cort acoustic cutaway with a pickup. I had never heard of the brand name of this made-in-Korea instrument before I bought it, but I sure love playing this guitar. I don’t expect to ever need to buy another acoustic. Incidentally, I’ve owned a couple of other acoustics previously that I didn’t like nearly so well (mind you, they were cheaper).

    • #52671
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      My dad bought a Thor Bass Amp with twin speakers. It’s very heavy and still works fine. We think it was bought new in the 60’s and has been in his church since then. The church recently moved to a new facility and my dad bought the amp. Is it a ventage amp or just another old amp? Model THOR Serial Number E-12203

    • #52668
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      are the paches for the 505 and 505mk2 the same ?

    • #52663
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      fender strat squier made in usa

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    • #52662
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      Anybody actually tried Sfarzo Strings? Likes/dislikes? I read about them on this site in the 2000 Database. They will make packages with your own logo, band or design but what about the strings? Are they still in business? Thanks, Strat Man Dwight

    • #52661
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      Hi, I see that the moderator has not posted my very detailed reply to your question, following my research. Anyhow, going by memory, Martin made this model from 1931 – 42, discontinued the round soundhole on this model in 1934 and continued making them, like yours with F-holes till 1942. Sorry the reply with all of the other details & specs didn’t make it. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52658
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      I’m looking to buy an Ibanez GB20 in brown sunburst.

      • #89818
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        : I’m looking to buy an Ibanez GB20 in brown sunburst. They are hard to find but worth the effort. Beautiful choice. All the best. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52648
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      hola tengo un ampli fendre six rever de valvulas del año 64 pero el cajo de padera de las cornetas de pudrio por la humedad asi q separe el cabezal y saque las cornetas , seis cornetas celestion me gustaria q porfavor si es posible me alludaran y me mandaran los planos del cajon o un cajon similar para volver a utilizar el ampli con todo su sistema electrico muchas gracias de ante mano recomendare su pagina

    • #52646
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      I’m looking to buy a vintage Martin, I have found one it is in good condition the year is 1935. What is the appox. value of this gutair?

      • #88381
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        : I’m looking to buy a vintage Martin, I have found one it is in good condition the year is 1935. What is the appox. value of this gutair? Reply: in addition to this guitar’s condition, MODEL NUMBER is everything. Many people seem to go for the D-28. Most older Martins have no truss rod in the neck. That usually makes them harder to play, without any adjustment. A professional neck reset usually solves the problem, for a good period of time, but decreases the value unfortunately. I’ve had an older D-28 and a D-35, neither one with a truss rod or reset. They too were in "good condition" but not as player-friendly as any guitar with an adjustable neck. All the best, Strat Man Dwight

    • #52636
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      : Go to a store and find a neck that feels good, then get the specs on it (radius, etc), then if ya get a fender you can bolt on one the size ya want, or just use the info when checking out guitars (specs) online. check put PRS, they have real nice necks on most their models. : : : Hi, : : I want to start playing an electric guitar. Being a acoustic guitar player I had some bad expierence in the past struggling with my fingers on a cheap Fender clone. Can anybody advise me if there are any types you can buy with a wide neck, : : Cheers !

    • #52633
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      :Hi, I have a gibson L6S NUMBER 925859. Dont have any idea about it, its in beautifull condition, origional machine heads and all. I cant find it anywhere on the internet either. Can anyone help? JOjo

      • #90434
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        I have to say some of the statements here are ringing true as far as the quality and playability of this instrument. the "L6S" began manufacture in 1973 from all I have read. The book market value of the axe is between 350 to about 575 bucks at 100% mint. that is according the the books and the internet. But to the owner this musical work horse is priceless. Since the serial numbers for Gibson are erronious up to about 1986 or so. The serial number doesn’t have much meaning for the older Gibson guitars for the most part. Mine is a full blonde first run (Maple everything). I have attempted to trace the serial number without success. All of this series (Midnight Special, L6S Delux and L6S) Run pretty much at the same price range, Although as stated above "PRICELESS". Hope this helps but I say don’t worry about the market value…..it is a true keeper.

    • #52629
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      Kona guitars kick ass u all suck

      • #97644
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        I just paid $2300.00,,, for a kona guitar from a mildy retarded asian man at an afterhours club saturday night in Los Angeles……what didi I do?Did I feck up?….hey bro good times

      • #89673
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        Luke. Your im-mature comment was completely unnecessary. Why would you bother even reading this Forum?

    • #52625
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      : : I have this guitar in my possesion. it is a one-piece koa strat body with a boogie bodies serial in the control cavity. the neck is solid rosewood with rosewood slab and serial on the neck. it has a neckplate "boogie bodies 0139 usa". it doesnt have the original guard but a good replacement and has a early eighties duncan 59. the bridge is brass and the nut is also brass (factory). guitar is in overall excellent shape and kicks butt and screams. if anyone is interested in this instrument e-thing me at hotmail. I have talked with lynn ellsworth and he said it IS one that they had made (charvel). john

    • #52617
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      what’s your gear everybody? No reason really – i’m just interested into what everybody has. I currently have a roland blues cube, which has 2x 10inch speakers, which are designed after greenbacks and celestions apparently. Its solid, but has "real valve emulation" !. My axe is a pacifica, and i’m either going to upgrade it’s p/ups, buy a pedal or get an agile double cutaway guitar. ta ta

      • #88321
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        : what’s your gear everybody? No reason really – i’m just interested into what everybody has. I currently have a roland blues cube, which has 2x 10inch speakers, which are designed after greenbacks and celestions apparently. Its solid, but has "real valve emulation" !. My axe is a pacifica, and i’m either going to upgrade it’s p/ups, buy a pedal or get an agile double cutaway guitar. : ta ta Greetings. Re. gear. Every day is different. Today is fairly quiet, it’s 2 Strats, a Boss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator and my Fender tweed Blues Deluxe re-issue amp with a single 12. Might add some Ibanez vintage flanger pedal. I made both these Strats, one with 3 DiMarzio stacks (DP-402, HS2 & Yngwie Malmsteen HS3) and 29 different tones, just to beat Brian May’s 24 with help from Deaf-Eddie.net; and the other Strat has 2 Custom Shop 69 grey fibre-bobbin pickups by Fender’s own Abigail Ybarra plus an HS2 with 10 sounds. I recommend finding your own aftermarket pickups and creating your own sound in just about anything. A stack or two would be great in that Yamaha; DiMarzio Fred’s, Air Norton or Seymour Duncan PAF-styles in the Agile. I think BOTH guitars have nice potential, and we all need more than just one! Enjoy your music! I’d ask my son Andrew to talk about your Flamenco question; he’ll be up for another Classical award this year, but not up & outta bed any time soon, because last night was Saturday, and I believe it was either a Strat-nite or rockin’ the Rickenbacker. Talk t’ya later, Strat Man Dwight

        • #111333
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          : Greetings. Re. gear. Every day is different. Today is fairly quiet, it’s 2 Strats, a Boss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator and my Fender tweed Blues Deluxe re-issue amp with a single 12. Might add some Ibanez vintage flanger pedal. I made both these Strats, one with 3 DiMarzio stacks (DP-402, HS2 & Yngwie Malmsteen HS3) and 29 different tones, just to beat Brian May’s 24 with help from Deaf-Eddie.net; and the other Strat has 2 Custom Shop 69 grey fibre-bobbin pickups by Fender’s own Abigail Ybarra plus an HS2 with 10 sounds. : I recommend finding your own aftermarket pickups and creating your own sound in just about anything. A stack or two would be great in that Yamaha; DiMarzio Fred’s, Air Norton or Seymour Duncan PAF-styles in the Agile. I think BOTH guitars have nice potential, and we all need more than just one! : Enjoy your music! I’d ask my son Andrew to talk about your Flamenco question; he’ll be up for another Classical award this year, but not up & outta bed any time soon, because last night was Saturday, and I believe it was either a Strat-nite or rockin’ the Rickenbacker. : Talk t’ya later, Strat Man Dwight Thanks very much Dwight. Those strats sound damn nice, are they both ash and maple? They sound like lil beauties. I heard MXR are bringing out a V-halen flanger (i think) but i have had not much experience with modulation effects. I took a long look at deaf eddie’s webpage and it would be really cool if i could modify my pacifica a bit, though i’d have to put in another pot for the tone selector things. Do the tone selectors on your strat work well, and do you know if there is any info on there for adding coil taps? If i did any modding though, it would have to be after I get some nice pups in there. Thanks for all the suggs for the pickups, i think I’ll probably put in a Bare Knuckle as they have good reviews, and look at those ones you suggested too. Thanks very much and good luck both of you in your music!

          • #111566
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            Hey guys, your looking for individual sounds? I play a lot of hard rock, calssic metal and ended up ripping my strat apart to do it, but now, i have the ultimate in sound, I’m running a pair of Randall X2 warheads with cabinets to match! But on the guitar I have in the Neck an EMG 85 and in the bridge I have a Seymour Duncan DimeBucker. Now I hear you saying that they cant work together, they can if you have a separate output for each, two cables come out my guitar now one to each of the randalls each set to an insane overdrive set up specifically for an EMG or seymour Duncan. Playing it sounds amazing now, truly amazing, two of the best pickups available playing exactly the same time. WOW!

          • #123903
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            Cool & thanks, Popeye! Yeah, my ‘babies’ (these 2 Strats) are both alder; I like the density of wood, though one is a little heavier than the other, partly because it has a Fender USA so-called & stamped replacement neck (maple), with the vintage V profile and super Kluson Deluxe tuners. It’s a sleeper; colour is Burgundy Mist, looks like a wuss until I plug it in. The other is even more stealthy. Midnight Wine is a strong enough colour, but I put on a pearloid pickguard and a made-in-Mexico neck (bird’s eye maple with rosewood) and it looks fairly stock – but has 29 S-kickin’ tones. Glad you checked http://www.deaf-eddie.net for these mods. I figured I could keep it a secret, but wanna share right around the World. Your Pacifica could definitely be modded as you say when you get pickups. The switch from Eddie’s will fit right in, and you could get a dual concentric vol/tonepot all-in-one from warmoth or elsewhere. Now that would be a stealth fighter, or bomber – take your pick! About coil taps & such, Deaf-Eddie has alot of info on that, particularly about Jimi Page’s Les Paul. Anyway, he’ll never hang you out to dry; he can design a custom setup for you, free of charge, just buy a $30 switch and get all the plans you need. Have fun too! Later, Strat Man Dwight

      • #88157
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        I believe that one of the top 20 guitar players of all time is the powerful Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward. His style,skill, and sheer amazing skills are an unstoppable combination. From the speed of "Question" to the undisputed mastery of the guitar displayed on "The Story in Your Eyes". He is not only a guitar patriarch, but my personal favorite as well.

      • #88159
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        Im probably a little bias here but when guitar players such as Erica Clapton call him the best then i would tend to agree. Stevie Ray Vaughan is truly one the best if not the best. Plays Jimmy’s Little Wing considered by Jimi his best work and makes it look simple and plays it alot cleaner. Another player you should try looking up is Buster B Jones. Trust me look for yourself and when you find his music and listen to it know that its only one guitar.

      • #88233
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        The list if kinda not right if you ask me. Prince what the hell is he even doing on the list???? but the thing that really kills me is that Angus is 82 that is bullshit Angus is the best guitar player ever he is a badass. Some people say that AC/DC is really easy to play… yeah the rythme part kinda is but try to play the solos and do it while running around like Angus. Angus wails AC/DC wails.

      • #88194
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        : I recently read an coulmn that listed the top 100 players of all time. It was on Guitar.com. The Top spots belonged to Jimi Hendrix, followed by Jeff Beck. Although I think Hendrix was the most influencial players of all time; I dont think he was the best. Other people, in the last 30 or so years, surpassed his techinical expertiece. But the real problem I had was due to the people left OFF the list. Guys like Slash, Richie Sambora, and Joe Perry were NOT on the list. ANd guys like Kurt Cobain and Prince were!!??!! That is a complete discrace…..

      • #88156
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        what the hells wrong with cobain but prince ya he is a fag y wasnt hammet or angus young up there either NIRVANA FOREVER

      • #88179
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        : I recently read an coulmn that listed the top 100 players of all time. It was on Guitar.com. The Top spots belonged to Jimi Hendrix, followed by Jeff Beck. Although I think Hendrix was the most influencial players of all time; I dont think he was the best. Other people, in the last 30 or so years, surpassed his techinical expertiece. But the real problem I had was due to the people left OFF the list. Guys like Slash, Richie Sambora, and Joe Perry were NOT on the list. ANd guys like Kurt Cobain and Prince were!!??!! That is a complete discrace…..

      • #88155
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        ok, first off, hendrix should defenitley have the top spot just because of his style….his rhythm guitar was complex enough to be called lead, and his solos were crazy. And he had the skill to turn potential mistakes into moments of glory. hendrix was king of the electric guitar, and still is. being skilled on the guitar is not all about technical stuff.

      • #88170
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        My first introduction to jazz guitar was listening to Jazz at the Philharmonic with Barney Kessell..I weas lucky enough to see himin person at Dante’s on Lankershim in L.A. about 1968…I wonder whatever became of him?

      • #88191
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        : If you want to hear real, good guitar playing – not just loud stuff – listen to Martin Taylor, Joe Pass, Birelli Lagrene, Barney Kessell or even Django Reinhardt (especially his few electric g. records)

      • #88205
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        Roy Buchanon – great guitarist; unrecognized as should have been his due! His guitar work – just sounded different and very much in control..not a background instrument to vocals but THE commanding presence in the music. Buy and listen to Roy.

      • #88183
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        : in 57.the bei started listening to "rock music" around 67, i was born atles were certainly an influence and i used to love to hear hard days night on the cartoon but to me the rock was revealed on those opening lead fills in seargent peppers lonely hearts club band.when i heard abbey road i was blown away and used to try to play the drums on tin cans.in retrospect , the picked chords on here comes the sun were particularly beautiful.george harrisons leads on the end of the album were also breathtaking , it sounds like the wonderful strat sound i hear him get on later slide cuts.of course clapton beck and page came along but i think it was neil youngs lead work on southern man that made me want to be a guitarist .i personally dont think neil was all that inept on the many aspects of guitar playing.the fact that he was a good song writer certainly helped him get heard, a lesson all aspiring musicians should remember. i was at that age where i realized the string bending was coming thru the speakers. my dad got me classical when i was fifteen and a mel bay chord book helped me to learn the open chords.it took me over a year to be able to play a barre chord.by this time rock music was exploding .i heard michael schenker and my taste in lead playing grew a little more sophisticated, not that i could remotely play that well at the time.listen to the solo on rockbottom sometime, its on the phenomenom album, for an example of some of the finest licks ever.schenker was 18 or 19 at the time.yeah i dug kiss in the mid seventies but it was players like ronnie montrose and johnny winter who were really blowing me away around then.check out johnny’s solos on "rollin across the country" off of "saints and sinners" some claim that rock became bloated in "the seventies" but i know some of the finest licks and tunes came out of that era.other fave solos from that era were mike pinera’s "ride captain ride" and elvin bishop’s "fooled around and fell in love".it took me a few years to appreciate jimi,i personally like him on band of gypsys the best,though theyre were other sides of him that i dug alot.as evidenced in the movie " hear my train acomin’, jimi had a power that was incredible. jimi could play better with his teeth than most ever could with their hands.check him out on "johnny be good"….there’ s that old argument about how much better he’d be if he were still around,duane allman was 24 . i feel that some of todays best don’t sound any better than they did 20 or 30 years ago santana page .clapton,schenker, eddie.john mclaughlin. jeff beck seems to be one of the rare ones that kept getting better.i really dug his playing on jeff beck group 2. " highways " is right after "goin down" and its my favorite beck tune. still , that was almost 30 years ago. in more modern times i have a slew of players who have influenced me but richie sambora was not among them.i thought "runaway" had the best lead break for a bon jovi tune but i think aldo nova played that one.i forgot trower .blackmore ,j. geils and leslie west from the seventies jan ackerman from focus,rory gallagher ,allan collins.brad whitford ,anybody in thin lizzy,mick ralphs.mick ronson,wishbone ash,… i got to see some fine players that are no longer around,albert king,phil lynott,rory gallagher,lonesome dave,randy rhoads,stevie ray, some special moments for sure.one of my favorite rock records is "rocks" by aerosmith,wonderful 2 guitar stuff.more recently jeff healey is an amazing guitarist, i think his blues-rock style one of the best around.on slide i really like sonny landreth .danny gatton and roy buchanan. i got to see roy a couple of times. eric johnson.joe satriani, george lynch,every guitar player i ever saw in ozzys bands was killin.. rhoads,lee.wylde,joe holmes i never liked steve vai that much but he’s amazing.dan huff of giant is underated…check out some of these players theres many more i’m forgetting..e-mail me if you find this interesting i love to talk about players,guitars , amps effects , etc D O’D

    • #52616
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      hi guys, Im back! Heres my problem: im getting a bit bored cos i feel that it’s getting harder to improve my playing at the moment, as i keep on playing slow-ish solos and nothing that is really pushing my technical ability. Could you recommend any spanish/flamenco bands that i could find on powertabs? I think that his might help me get a bit better. Cheers

    • #52610
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      Does anyone have any information on the whereabouts or status of Peter Green since he disappeared from the Splinter Group.

      • #88390
        Anonymous
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        Do you mean Peter Green, as in Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac?

    • #52612
      Anonymous
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      : : : : : and hindi video clips : : : i want vedio of chunari chunari song from MONSOON WEDDING Urgently.PLEASE

    • #52605
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      Alvarez Acoustic Guitar, model 5065

      This popular thread has been given its own page : Alvarez Acoustic Guitar, model 5065

    • #52600
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      I inherited a Franciscan acoustic guitar, model CN3 and am curious to learn a little about it. When was it made, and what its worth would be. It appears to be in excellent condition. I believe it is a 3/4 size guitar so am assuming it was made to be used by a child? If you have any info on it, or a site where I might find some info, I would appreciate hearing from you. I tried a google search and came up empty. Thanks…..viki

    • #52596
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      Can i make an appeal?? most of us that post and read these messages are guitarist’s, apart from a few idiot hindi tab researchers, and as guitarists i think that there are a few live albums (CD’s) by guitar bands that we should listen to, and through word of mouth most of us get to hear about them, we then evaluate what we are listening to and it can influence our playing style. There is one such album that i think has been overlooked, and i would like to draw everybodys attention to it, its by the Greatest rock’n’roll band in the world, The Rolling Stones, and is called ‘Get yer ya ya’s out’ this live recording is simply fantastic, its of their 1969 tour of the states that ended with the infamous Altamont speedway free concert, the recording is very stripped back, its as though you are in crowd, you hear the bass play and the snare on the drum vibrate and rustle, the playing is the stones at their very best with Mick Taylor playing a lot of the solo’s. It has always rated as one of my fav recordings of all time and i thought i’d let everyone in on it. Give it a listen you wont be disapointed. anybody else have any favorite live recordings?

      • #88177
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        :man i love the stones. I have flashpoint +the stones live dvd, but ill have to check that live one out. Did you know that they’re doing a tour in 2006? I am definately going to have to go to that one. Have you ever seen them before?

      • #111324
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        Love the Stones. Geez, 1969 was a great year! I could listen to WOODSTOCK forever. Also like Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble LIVE ALIVE. My boy Andrew here likes Dream Theater, The Police LIVE and what’s this, Live Phish! I think Foghat has a pretty good one too. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52594
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      I’m trying to learn my brothers six string from scratch and have NO idea how to do any chords or anything like that! PLEASE HELP!

      • #88200
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        : I’m trying to learn my brothers six string from scratch and have NO idea how to do any chords or anything like that! PLEASE HELP! Sure thing! Pick up a beginner’s book for cheap at any music store and you’ll be strummin’ in no time. It’s not just about chords. Technique must be learned. Wanna slacken the strings a bit? It’ll be easier on your fingers.

      • #88208
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        Go to http://www.goyaguitars.com and ask Jack. He can tell you all about these fine guitars. Regards, Joe

    • #52592
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      Wanted to know if this guitar has any monetary value? It is in excellant condition

      • #88330
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        : Wanted to know if this guitar has any monetary value? It is in excellant condition Reply: value depends on whether it was made in USA or the Orient. If USA, it will likely be listed in the Vintage Guitar Guide and Blue Book or Guitar Values, which can be located on-line. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52579
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      Hey guys! I’m open for suggestions. I’m trying to get a nice thick, crunchy distortion from my mark 3, at high volumes. I can get the sound I want at low volumes but went I really crank it up, the sound is bubbly, muddy and just doesn’t sound good. This amp has a million different ways to tune it, so if there is anyone how has dialed in a hard-metal sound at high volumes, give me a shout. Thanks in advance.

      • #88555
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        : Hey guys! I’m open for suggestions. I’m trying to get a nice thick, crunchy distortion from my mark 3, at high volumes. I can get the sound I want at low volumes but went I really crank it up, the sound is bubbly, muddy and just doesn’t sound good. This amp has a million different ways to tune it, so if there is anyone how has dialed in a hard-metal sound at high volumes, give me a shout. Thanks in advance. Suggestion. Since a few days have gone by with no response, I’ll consider it a privilege to add my views. First, I’m not too familiar with the Mark 3. But overall, with the conditions you describe, I would recommend an external remedy – either an inexpensive stomp box or possibly an effects processor, between the guitar & amp. I had a fantastic time with my DOD "Grind" pedal, which is no longer in production. Still I sold it when I got a new Ibanez "Smash Box". Man, that pedal smokes! My son simply uses the current Boss ME-33 effects processor, which I humbly submit does it all, while I have the GT6 which seems infinite, but complicated. There’s many other great metal pedals out there, but as I say, I got the easy-to-use, wild sounding Smash Box. Strat Man Dwight

        • #90730
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          : : Hey guys! I’m open for suggestions. I’m trying to get a nice thick, crunchy distortion from my mark 3, at high volumes. I can get the sound I want at low volumes but went I really crank it up, the sound is bubbly, muddy and just doesn’t sound good. This amp has a million different ways to tune it, so if there is anyone how has dialed in a hard-metal sound at high volumes, give me a shout. Thanks in advance. : Suggestion. Since a few days have gone by with no response, I’ll consider it a privilege to add my views. First, I’m not too familiar with the Mark 3. But overall, with the conditions you describe, I would recommend an external remedy – either an inexpensive stomp box or possibly an effects processor, between the guitar & amp. I had a fantastic time with my DOD "Grind" pedal, which is no longer in production. Still I sold it when I got a new Ibanez "Smash Box". Man, that pedal smokes! My son simply uses the current Boss ME-33 effects processor, which I humbly submit does it all, while I have the GT6 which seems infinite, but complicated. There’s many other great metal pedals out there, but as I say, I got the easy-to-use, wild sounding Smash Box. Strat Man Dwight First, I have a couple of questions about your setup. What kind of pickups are you using? What kind of tubes and are they new? Perhaps you need to use different tubes/rating to achieve the type of sound you prefer. I put your amp in the class of "Boutique" and most of the Boutique amps don’t do crunch very convincingly. The Mesa Mark III is a souped up Fender and Fender doesn’t do crunch either. Still, an overdrive pedal like the Tube Screamer might be an answer. You could run the amp clean and use the distortion from the pedal. I say run the amp "Clean" because adding distortion to a mushy sound usually makes the mushy sound distorted. Too much going on here. There is an amp called the "THD" Bi-Valve which is pretty incredible and allows you to "Hot-swap" tubes which could give you alot of possibilities. This amp could make a single coil sound like a humbucker. It’s like going from 4 to 8 cylinders with fuel injection. I hope this gives you some ideas. John

    • #52574
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      i want to know what size guitar strings keith urban uses, how would i find this out?

      • #88339
        Anonymous
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        Look around on the cover of the CD/album. Sometimes the artists get paid a premium to put the names of the stuff they use on it.

      • #88164
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        : i want to know what size guitar strings keith urban uses, how would i find this out? Suggestion. Perhaps you could contact Dan Huff, his guitarist & producer. I see no other way. This Aussie star and his management have like the "Berlin Wall" around them, no communication in & out, no exceptions. I’ll check guitar info etc. & see what I can do. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52576
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      Hello guys!!! I’m an italian boy (I’m a bass player in a little band) and I need some information: I have the guitar pro program installed on my computer, but I can’t print tabs for my band because is the demo files… somebody of you may tell me where can I find a crack for guitar pro 3 or guitar pro 4. Thanks for all kind of help!!!

    • #52573
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      does anyone know of any good acoustic songs?

      • #88227
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        : does anyone know of any good acoustic songs? More Than Words: Extreme; Tears In Heaven: Eric C., Times Like These: The Foo Fighters; Heart of Gold: Neil Young; Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door … Bob Dylan & me, Strat Man Dwight

        • #111315
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          nice choice, also Angie and wild horses: the stones, Stairway to heaven: Zep, Pinball wizard: who, and that all time classic old macdonald: anon.

          • #123923
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            : nice choice, also Angie and wild horses: the stones, Stairway to heaven: Zep, Pinball wizard: who, and that all time classic old macdonald: anon. Very good. As Tears Go By. Wonder if that’s acoustic also, by the Stones.

            • #125912
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              Man i forgot about As tears go by. i better learn it someday.

              • #126242
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                : Man i forgot about As tears go by. i better learn it someday. Hey Sailor Man. Yes As Tears Go By is still a beautiful song, and a great one to do. One problem is we don’t have the cellos, or string quartet, but no biggie. Next, if you perform it for other people, they might think you’re sad – it’s a sad song. So, do a lively jig as well. Cheers! Strat Man Dwight

                • #126544
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                  : Hey Sailor Man. Yes As Tears Go By is still a beautiful song, and a great one to do. One problem is we don’t have the cellos, or string quartet, but no biggie. Next, if you perform it for other people, they might think you’re sad – it’s a sad song. So, do a lively jig as well. Cheers! Strat Man Dwight 🙂 – I should have a mando to do those jigs.

    • #52570
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      I’ve just purchased the above amp and am having trouble finding any information on it. If anyone could tell me anything about this amp I would be extremeley grateful. Its a 100w all valve head amp. About 20 or so years old (I think)

      • #89806
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        : I’ve just purchased the above amp and am having trouble finding any information on it. If anyone could tell me anything about this amp I would be extremeley grateful. Its a 100w all valve head amp. About 20 or so years old (I think) People are great here, but if you want to expand your search for info, perhaps you could try some of the other forums http://www.vintageguitarpro.com, http://www.8notes.com/forums, http://www.harmonycentral.com/user reviews/amps. Just a thought. All the best. Strat man Dwight

    • #52561
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      I’ve got my 2002 Schecter C-1+ FR on sale at ebay. Feel free to take a look at my auction if you’re at all interested. Thank you. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=3756853011&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT Michael Smith

      • #89820
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        That was a really nice guitar. Thanks for letting us know. all the best. Strat man Dwight

    • #52564
      Anonymous
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      Please send Kaho Na Kaho music : film name: Murder

    • #52555
      Anonymous
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      plz send me vedio songs of ‘anjaam’

      • #96369
        Anonymous
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        : plz send me vedio songs of ‘Abrar Ul Haq’

    • #52543
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      I am looking for some information on a vantage guitar. It has a natural wood neck through, flanked by symetrical cherry pieces on each side; all brass harware, two dual pickups and pearl inlays. I bought it for 50 bucks about 7 years ago, but was told by a guitar store that it would go for about 1,200?

      • #91291
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        : I am looking for some information on a vantage guitar. It has a natural wood neck through, flanked by symetrical cherry pieces on each side; all brass harware, two dual pickups and pearl inlays. I bought it for 50 bucks about 7 years ago, but was told by a guitar store that it would go for about 1,200?

        • #111892
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          What kind of body shape? I have a Vantage semi accoustic from 1981 that sounds close to what you describe.

      • #89836
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        Try http://www.vintageguitarpro.com. I’m not promoting any other site, just trying to help since your posting has not been answered. Strat man Dwight

    • #52540
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      : : Minta chord gitar lagu KKEB Andre Hehanusa dong… : : Thanx before ya…………….

    • #52538
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      My friend just went to see Whitesnake at a London theater, he said it was one of the best gigs he has seen, do you all think he needs therapy? he said that women were still after all these years going nuts over David Coverdale, lucky git.

    • #52534
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      I have a d28 martin acoustic guitar. The serial# is 324-246. It was bought in 1972.It is in excellent condition. Does anyone know what it is worth.

    • #52532
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      Geese!!!I just started building a flying v guitar in my woodshop class. I don’t know a thing about wiring a guitar. I know about the finish, but that’s not the plroblem. I don’t know how exactly distant the pickups have to be. I was thinking of getting EMG 80’s. But anyway, I need the information from some one that actually knows about wiring.Thanks.

      • #88032
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        I got a Kramer focus, and with a little spicing up, they sound great. I just put a fender pickup, and it made it better. : : Does anybody have any opinions on the New Kramer guitars,namely the Barettas? : I saw these guitars at hairballmusic.com awhile ago. I looked at what they are made of and they are true pieces of crap. you really don’t expect to get a quality guitar for what they are asking. If you really want to get a piece of crap guitar, that sounds good, buy a danelectro. The original Kramers were crap, and these follow in the tradition

    • #52533
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      : mp3 songs like backstreet boys

      • #112206
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        : : mp3 songs like backstreet boys papichulo

    • #52528
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      I am looking for a new guitar and ive desided on a les paul but i have no a lot of wanga i could save for 2 years and get a gibon or get an epiphone in a few months . Is it worth 2 years to get a gibson or shall i just go for a epiphone

    • #52527
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      I am looking for a new guitar and ive desided on a les paul but i have no a lot of wanga i could save for 2 years and get a gibon or get an epiphone in a few months . Is it worth 2 years to get a gibson or shall i just go for a epiphone

      • #88186
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        there are so so many les paul copies out there that are a lot cheaper than the gibsons but are just as good. Try rondomusic.com, the agile guitars on there are the best price to quality ratio i’ve ever seen, and i know that many experienced guitarists on another forum buy them all the time. They also have great reviews on harmony central too. Tokai is a good name to look at also.

      • #88230
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        If you don’t mind waiting around for 2 years, definitely go with the Gibson. But, if you need something sooner, don’t feel bad about "settling" for the Epi. They are making some very nice guitars these days. No matter what anyone says they are Gibsons just without the name and some of the "handcraftedness". They are made to very specific standards. The Epi’s are great quality for the dollar guitars. On a side note…..have you played the new Epi Elitist series?…Gorgeous!!!!

        • #111335
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          i agree the Epi’s are very good guitars, but to say they are the same standard as a gibson is rediculous. Hardware is very different, the necks on the Epi’s are made of maple, on Gibsons they are Mahogany, the body of a Gibson Les paul is a single peice of mahonany, on the epi it is 3 peices and not as thick, the whole construction on the USA Gibson is a lot tidier than the epi, attention to detail is so much better on the Gibson, in short the American made guitar is far superior to the Korean, and all this better hardware, wood, construction and attention to detail comes to fruition when you plug the USA LP in to an amp, anybody with half an ear can hear the difference, it sounds better, plays better, feels better, and looks better, if you need any more proof have a look around at the Pro guitarists, how many do you see playing Korean Epiphones?? Nuff said.

          • #123909
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            Considering I didn’t say that the Epi’s are made to the same standard as the Gibsons, I would suggest you read the responses a little better and truly understand what is being said. I said, "…they (Epi’s)are made to very specific standards", pretty high standards I might add. Yes, they are basically Gibson guitars but, and this might ring a bell, "WITHOUT THE NAME AND SOME OF THE ‘HANDCRAFTEDNESS’". Yes, Gibson has better hardware and better electronics and better all around quality, why do you think they are so expensive. So much time goes into producing them. And as far as your off the cuff remark about "pro guitarists" goes. T

            • #125888
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              : Considering I didn’t say that the Epi’s are made to the same standard as the Gibsons, I would suggest you read the responses a little better and truly understand what is being said. I said, "…they (Epi’s)are made to very specific standards", pretty high standards I might add. Yes, they are basically Gibson guitars but, and this might ring a bell, "WITHOUT THE NAME AND SOME OF THE ‘HANDCRAFTEDNESS’". Yes, Gibson has better hardware and better electronics and better all around quality, why do you think they are so expensive. So much time goes into producing them. And as far as your off the cuff remark about "pro guitarists" goes. THEY CAN AFFORD THE GIBSON’S, most of them are endorsers anyway and are given the guitars.Following are som Epiphone players, maybe you’ve heard of some…Chad Kroeger, Paula Cole, Peter Criss, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Joan Osbourne, John Fogerty, Noel Gallagher, Jewel, Lenny Kravitz, Alex Lifeson, Bob Marley, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson, Our Lady Peace, Tony Palacios, John Lee Hooker…just to name a few.

              • #126244
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                I said the USA Epis were excellent, and most are, how many of the players you list play Korean Epis? I think John Lennon and Bob Marley are ruled out for sure, the only one i can see up there is maybe Noel Gallagher, and he’s not a guitarist so he dont count (joke). I am basicaly saying this, there is a big difference between the USA and the Korean guitars, the difference is in every aspect. the difference may not relfect the price difference, but there is a very real difference.

      • #88020
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        how about a Japanese Tokai? they do some fantastic copies, i have 2, a 1979 les paul ‘reborn’ which i paid £400 for last year, thats a jap and a fantastic copy, i also have a fairly new Korean les paul copy a 2 pickup custom, very nice too, i paid £395 new for that one. the korean one has a maple set neck and a 3 peice mahogany body, and the reborn has a mahogany set neck and mahogany body, i have a gibson les paul standard too and they come pretty close to the gibson sound, if i changed the pickups on the reborn i would have a hard job seperating it from the real thing, the stock pickups on the reborn sound a little thin, but i would say the guitars are better than Epi’s but not quite up to gibson standards. But older Tokai’s are becoming very collectable, if you bought a mid 80’s one it would go up in value, and check out the shape of the guitar, it looks exactly like the Gibson Les Paul, Gibson took Tokai (or threatened to) to court to force them to change the shape of the guitar, and these 80’s models became known as the ‘lawsuit’ models, and they are the collectable ones. if i were you, i’d go down the Tokai road, as Oscar Wilde once said ‘never mind about the width, feel the quality’.

    • #52529
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      hey Guys,I have two of these Ultrasonic pick up’s,does anybody have a wiring diagram? Thanks, Renz

    • #52524
      Anonymous
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      hello folks, do you think that fat fingers will no help me to be a great guitarist is there any famous guitarist with fat fingers ? thank u sincerely mac

    • #52525
      Anonymous
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      Gw,mo blajar nih,,,,!! ajariin….????????????????

      • #88014
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        : Gw,mo blajar nih,,,,!! ajariin….???????????????? Gotta Brain says ?????????????????????????????????????

    • #52522
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      : a few years ago i bought a washburn DM2000S millenium guitar the serial no says 15 of 24 not sure what that means, was i supposed to get an authenticity certificate with it if anyone could give me any info it would mean alot I have the same problem. Mine is 24 of 24.

    • #52518
      Anonymous
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      I have an 1958 Fender bandmaster electric guitar with original case. Can anyone tell me the true value of it in todays market? THank you,Kenny

    • #52520
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      Hey – Camper Van Beethoven played a show in Montreal Tuesday night and after the show some sleeze balls ripped in to their trailer and took everything they could carry … complete list with snumbers and pictures here: http://www.campervanbeethoven.com/gearstolen/ some big items … 71 stratocaster .. charvel surfcaster, etc if anyone spots this stuff – there is a reward – and instant love from the fan base too of course

    • #52517
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      Have a bc rich nj series…. trying to find value. can anyone suggest someone/someplace in Spokane, WA. ? Need to sell & have been told $125.00 and then was told possibly up to $900.00 by another party..Help please!

      • #87993
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        : Have a bc rich nj series…. trying to find value. can anyone suggest someone/someplace in Spokane, WA. ? : Need to sell & have been told $125.00 and then was told possibly up to $900.00 by another party..Help please! Answer: suggest you contact Bill Nash at Nashguitars in Olympia, WA. If he’s not buying, he knows Seattle and a 500 mile area where people are buying and selling. Tell him I sent ‘ya. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52515
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      have any of you had any experience with any of these: "SIB Varidrive" "Peavey TG Raxx" "ToneBone" "Hot Chile Tubester" "nady TD-1" thanks very much.

    • #52511
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      need info desperately

      This popular thread has been given its own page : need info desperately

    • #52508
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      Does anyone know of a way to power a pedal board with a single battery? Obviously not just a 9v, but maybe a larger battery that can feed 9v/300mA to each of my pedals individully? Gimme a shout.

      • #92658
        Anonymous
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        You can try to find a 9 V battery from a small motorcykel, and then make a split-cable to supply every pedal on your board. If you can’t find a 9 V battery, then use a 12 V battery from a car and use the LM7809 (electric komponent) to transform 12 V to 9 V. you can find the datasheet for the LM7809 here: http://www.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/UTC/LM7809.html . (You must have the acrobat reader installed). The application diagram is at the buttom. The LM7809 can deliever current up to 1 A. A typical Guitar Effect Pedal uses 100 mA, so you can connect up to 10 devices on 1 LM7809. If you need more just put in another LM7809 in parallel.

      • #88018
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        I have never heard of an entire board being powered by a battery. There is a lot of current running through that board and it can draw a lot from the battery especially if some of the pedals have different ratings. Personally, I would build or buy a powered pedalboard. They can handle the current load and accomodate pedals of various ratings. AND you never have to worry about the battery dying right in the middle of your "world’s greatest rock guitar solo" leaving you in the spotlight with no signal looking rather silly.

      • #88022
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        dude your better off getting a power supply for your pedals trying to figure out a way to run your pedals on battery power is completely pointless only because if your using pedals you need an amp and that need to be run off and ac outlet

        • #111316
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          Dude, that’s not what he is talking about, he asked if the PEDALBOARD can run on a battery, not the amp.

    • #52505
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      : I have an old guitar with a kahler Spyder trem on it. Does anyone have experience of it; how does it rate to the Cam type (pro/flyer series)?? : Thanks a lot

    • #52502
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      : I have an old guitar with a kahler Spyder trem on it. Does anyone have experience of it; how does it rate to the Cam type (pro/flyer series)?? : Thanks a lot

    • #52504
      Anonymous
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      FG1500 1972-73 is $3000++ in Japan

    • #52503
      Anonymous
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      They sell for over US$3000 in Japan the very first handcrafted Yamaha folk guitar made were high end FGs; FG1500 and FG 2000. These early ‘70s hand made FGs were a direct result of work with legendary artists from around the world.

    • #52498
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      : : : tolong hantar kod-kod lagu kumpulan wing dan manbai yang tpo

    • #52495
      Anonymous
      Guest

      OK my sister just bought me an ALVAREZ guitar for $75 at an antique store she says the # on the inside reads 50222152 and i asked her to check for fret buzz and everything and it sounds pretty good over the phone. ANYWAYS is it a good guitar? are most alvarez guitars nice?? thanks a lot

      • #87982
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        : OK my sister just bought me an ALVAREZ guitar for $75 at an antique store she says the # on the inside reads 50222152 and i asked her to check for fret buzz and everything and it sounds pretty good over the phone. ANYWAYS is it a good guitar? are most alvarez guitars nice?? thanks a lot Any guitar whether good or bad, can be in great condition to not-so-great condition. But since the second part of your question is pretty specific, I’ve seen at least a dozen Alvarez’s and all were nice, especially since the Yairi company began making or distributing them. An Alvarez-Yairi has the potential to be quite good. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52493
      Anonymous
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      Looking to buy a fender coronado xii string or a vox ultrasonic xii. Possibly something else let me know what you have.thanks

    • #52494
      Anonymous
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      I have a Taka model #W810. Does anyone know anything about this guitar. It seems to be pretty high quality and has great sound. I can’t find any info on it.

      • #97954
        Anonymous
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        : I have a Taka model #W810. Does anyone know anything about this guitar. It seems to be pretty high quality and has great sound. I can’t find any info on it.

      • #97935
        Anonymous
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        : I have a Taka model #W810. Does anyone know anything about this guitar. It seems to be pretty high quality and has great sound. I can’t find any info on it.

    • #52488
      Anonymous
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      d-tuna on a washburn

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    • #52492
      Anonymous
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      Tell me everything everyone knows about thr Electric Guitar pleez & Thank u

      • #88036
        Anonymous
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        if you lean one against a door and then open the door real quick, it will cause the guitar to fall over and possibly break. thats all i know.

      • #88002
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        : Tell me everything everyone knows about thr Electric Guitar pleez & Thank u Sure. Some electric guitars last for 3 months and sound terrible, and can’t be played. The people who buy them usually think they got a great deal. Other guitars, like those that the artists are using, can last a lifetime. If you buy one of those, it should be okay. If you ever have to sell it, people are willing to pay you just as much as they would for a crappy guitar, because too many buyers don’t know the difference. So, it’s wise to get information as you’ve requested. That’s all I know, really. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52484
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      I have a Benedetto 7 string SN 2778. The only info I have is that this is a custom model that is one of only ten made by Benedetto himself. Can anyone give me any idea of what this guitar is worth? THANX

      • #88348
        Anonymous
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        : I have a Benedetto 7 string SN 2778. The only info I have is that this is a custom model that is one of only ten made by Benedetto himself. Can anyone give me any idea of what this guitar is worth? : THANX Sounds like another job for Superappraisers Mandolin Bros. of New York. I don’t know … http://www.mandobros.com? Strat Man Dwight

    • #52483
      Anonymous
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      OK my sister just bought me an ALVAREZ guitar for $75 at an antique store she says the # on the inside reads 2152 and i asked her to check for fret buzz and everything and it sounds pretty good over the phone. ANYWAYS is it a good guitar? are most alvarez guitars nice?? thanks a lot

    • #52479
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      I have a Guitar For Sale

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    • #52475
      Anonymous
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      whats going on dude, I think that joey jordison is hot and cute, and a kick ass drummer for slipknot. keep up the good work.

    • #52473
      Anonymous
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      jackson jg2 amp 50w single ch

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    • #52462
      Anonymous
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      Mansfield Guitar C114

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    • #52451
      Anonymous
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      I have a LUXOR Gibson J200 copy. The model no. is 42/276. It’s made in japan perhaps in the late 70’s or early 80’s. Does somebody know luxor guitars?

    • #52443
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      as i am learning to play a guitar rather late in life 45young years , I have a flare for jazz /country particularly roy orbison type music. i have indeed heard the sounds that are produced from hollow body electric guitars and was wondering in your opinion what would is a value for money hollow body/ semi hollow body electric guitar which gives great sound but is not big and cumbersum and prefably not over $1500 aus dollars. i am not interested in acoustic electric regards Lyndall

      • #87833
        Anonymous
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        : as i am learning to play a guitar rather late in life 45young years , I have a flare for jazz /country particularly roy orbison type music. i have indeed heard the sounds that are produced from hollow body electric guitars and was wondering in your opinion what would is a value for money hollow body/ semi hollow body electric guitar which gives great sound but is not big and cumbersum and prefably not over $1500 aus dollars. : i am not interested in acoustic electric : regards Lyndall Answer, my opinion: The Guild Starfire series are just out of this world at around 1800 – 2200 Canadian dollars. I have experienced them, and have stuck with the Bluesbird which is like a chambered Les Paul. I also use "Lucille" which is overrated but well-played by B.B. King and a Washburn ES-335 type. Also, I’ve heard good things about hollow bodies from Ibanez which are $500 – $800. I checked their website not long ago and found them interesting. It’s up to you whether you want fully hollow, or an inner wooden block (maple or mahogany) running right through the guitar, housing the pickups. They have a bit more attack, bite & sustain, but the sound can be adjusted nicely for all styles. Both Guild and Ibanez give the choice of fully hollow or semi-hollow. There’s also a new line at Rondo Music, called Agile. I’ve heard from one player that he is very impressed with his. And Rondo, is a good company to deal with, on internet. Good luck, Strat Man Dwight

        • #91596
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          may I know how much would it cost for Ibanez JS model guitars as I would like to purchase one. Iam residing in Banaglore, India. Liju, Bangalore, INDIA.

    • #52444
      Anonymous
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      building guitar pickups

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    • #52441
      Anonymous
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      I have a unibar fender accustic from the 60’s I beleive.Just wonderin if anyone knows any info on this guitar

    • #52440
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      : Special paints, delecatly, paint it with an airbrush and your going to have to do more than one coat, be careful with the clearcoating, you need to apply each layer of paint with an extremely thin layer, do about 2 or three, enough to fade the wood and give the paint a tone but not color it completely,clear coating is just the same. : : I bought a Les Paul guitar kit and I was wondering how would I go about giving it a sunburst type color? The top is a flame maple and I want to show the grain in it but how do I do that?

      • #87853
        Anonymous
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        : IF ANYONE WANTS TO SEE MY WORK GET IN TOUCH, ITS WORTHIT

    • #52437
      Anonymous
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      any one out there had any experience or first hand knowledge on the "s series- s6+ cw cedar gt QII" model guitar and also a fair price on what it should cost

    • #52434
      Anonymous
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      i am doing a project and i am trying to find out what the difference of the sound is and i was wanting some one to help me and i already know about the cords but i’m talking about the sound

      • #92675
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        I think I got a clue to your problem. You played guitar for a while, and feel you standing still. And maybe asked yourself, why can’t I sound like the professionel artist on records,CD’s etc. You can do many things to get on. Have you tried to record your playing on tape f.exp. Wait a little while (a day or two) and listining to yourself. You can also try a get a bigger teoretical knowledge and learn and practic scale. Pick some books up on your local libery or simply search on the net. Maybe get a teacher for a while.If you not satisfied be the first, try another one. Borrow or buy some teahing video’s. Listen to record and try to figure out how to play riffs (instead of chord or cord as you name them). There are several magasins on the marked about Guitar Playing ex. Guitar Player Magasin. Read about and listen to a classic style inventores. Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Steve Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, The Edge (from U2), the Beatles,even Mozart etc. Listen to and try to learn some different styles: Classical, Pop, funk, Heavy Metal, yes even Country. And LEARN to IMPROVIS. Try a play your guitar every day, just touch if nessary. Take your instrument with you everywhere you go, Love it and take it with you to sleep. I mean, try too get more feeling in your guitar, fantasies and daydream about it. Let orther people realize thart you are a Guitar player, take it to extrems. Try to play fast, slow & in between, and practies with dissiplin. Try orther creative activities like painting and drawing and realize and feel that you use the same creative skills in playing Guitar too. If you can effort it, you can buy another guitar or instrumt and try out different amplifiers. All in all, invest more time and perpaps money, get involved with ohters players/bands. And after a while you sound will change, just be patient and never give up playing.

      • #87840
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        Can you be a little more specific about what you mean by "sound"? I’m not following your question.

      • #87859
        Anonymous
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        : does anybody know ANYTHING about Carson guitars?? i bought one secd hand and : have never heard of them. I think they are Australian : thanks

    • #52429
      Anonymous
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      thanks, i hope it works, 8v)~

    • #52426
      Anonymous
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      When i try playing the start of lynyrd skynyrd free bird with a slide it sounds wrong and out of tune.

      • #87706
        Anonymous
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        : When i try playing the start of lynyrd skynyrd free bird with a slide it sounds wrong and out of tune. Another question: is it the tab, the TUNING, or the guitar? What do you think? You could also ask the remaining Lynyrd Skynyrd survivors through the Freebird Cafe (online) in Jacksonville Fla., or their former buddy, and extraordinary guitar builder and set up master, Ron Kirn, online or in Jacksonville. Regards, Andrew

        • #87827
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          i think its the player, playing good slide is an art, looks easy, but it takes years of practice, check out Mick Taylor from the 70’s stones, and Elmore James.

      • #87696
        Anonymous
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        The one you need is the ‘boss ds-1’ pedal. It’s great. But the Jackhammers is good as well.,

      • #87688
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        : : heya. im gonna get a distortion pedal soon and i wanna know whats hot and whats not. i already got a boss me-30, but it’s not gettin the tone i want, nay, NEED. : All boss distortion is great. But if you don’t like boss i would try the Ibanez Black Noise. If you want to emulate Korn’s sound I would try a BOSS ME-30 effects processor. I’ve got one and can make people think I’m listening to a Korn CD. : : the ones on my hitlist are the jackhammer. well that’s just one. anyhoo, if anyone gots a good dist pedal they’re happy with, please reply. : : oh yeah and im kinda looking for that really heavy korn sound. i hate the music, but i like that kinda dist they use. in fact, i’d say korn taken a few steps futher, but on a 6 string. so yeah, much gain i guess. so anyone got any ideas?

      • #87729
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        : heya. im gonna get a distortion pedal soon and i wanna know whats hot and whats not. i already got a boss me-30, but it’s not gettin the tone i want, nay, NEED. The Big Muff is very bottom-heavy and turns a Fender Princetonm 65 to Smashing Pumpkins/Hendrix/Zeppelin depending on guitars,setting,etc.$50-60 : the ones on my hitlist are the jackhammer. well that’s just one. anyhoo, if anyone gots a good dist pedal they’re happy with, please reply. : oh yeah and im kinda looking for that really heavy korn sound. i hate the music, but i like that kinda dist they use. in fact, i’d say korn taken a few steps futher, but on a 6 string. so yeah, much gain i guess. so anyone got any ideas?

    • #52423
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      I have a couple of guitars for sale: 1957 Strat RI Blonde, gold hardware – $1000 Fender 72 Tele Custom RI – $650 1992 Fender Fat Strat Hotrodded – $350 2000’s DeArmond ""SG" 7-String – $200 Email me for pics/info [email protected]

    • #52420
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      Dear moderator and friends, I have replied to some of the questions here where I am fortunate to have worked for my experience, or have access to written materials and data, taken time, researched the issues and I hope to have helped my fellow musicians appropriately, as I appreciate their help too. But my comments have been held for moderator’s approval half of the time; they have not shown up on the site, while others by me are definitely here, together with much more recent ones that we can not gain from in the event that they are from pranksters or less serious individuals. It kind of concerns me to see some of the less serious stuff, when it might not be of any validity or edification to site members who have legitimate issues and good intentions, in the spirit of this forum. Strat Man Dwight & colleagues whom I allow to use my email access to this site

      • #87997
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        Dwight, why dont your just go back and press the submit button again? it usualy submits the 2nd time.

        • #111347
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          : Dwight, why dont your just go back and press the submit button again? it usualy submits the 2nd time. Thanks Lee, will give it a try. Dwight

          • #111411
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            Depending on when you post your message it can take anywhere between 15 minutes and 3 days for you post to show up if it was held for moderator approval. Provided it is not SPAM and there is nothing illegal in your post then it will eventually make it onto the site. This system is much better than having the discussion forums full of SPAM. Cheers, Jason. : : Dwight, why dont your just go back and press the submit button again? it usualy submits the 2nd time. : Thanks Lee, will give it a try. Dwight

      • #87819
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        Posts that are held for moderator’s approval are done so on the basis on keywords used within submissions. I will look into this issue for future reference. regards Geoff Nicholson GuitarSite.com : Dear moderator and friends, I have replied to some of the questions here where I am fortunate to have worked for my experience, or have access to written materials and data, taken time, researched the issues and I hope to have helped my fellow musicians appropriately, as I appreciate their help too. But my comments have been held for moderator’s approval half of the time; they have not shown up on the site, while others by me are definitely here, together with much more recent ones that we can not gain from in the event that they are from pranksters or less serious individuals. It kind of concerns me to see some of the less serious stuff, when it might not be of any validity or edification to site members who have legitimate issues and good intentions, in the spirit of this forum. : Strat Man Dwight & colleagues whom I allow to use my email access to this site

      • #87714
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I just bought a Telecoustic from Mars for $249.99. They matched it against the Guitar Center ad where they have the Stratacoustic on sale for the month of March for that price. Otherwise, Mars charges $279.99. Now about the guitar. I highly recommend it. It sounds good and plays great. I love having the acoustic sound with the Tele neck. Amped it sounds great. Unplugged it plays kind of quite, which in my house is a plus, but even quite it stills sounds pretty nice. Another plus is it comes in candy apple red. The Inca Silver they show on the Fender website looks awful when you set it next to its candy apple red sister. A guitar that looks good, sounds good, plays good, and is cheap…I recommend this guitar!! My only complaint is that the salesman at Mars couldn’t come up with a hard case for it. I am sure one exists, but he sure couldn’t figure out where. I need to contact Fender and see where I will need to go to get one or what specifically I should be asking for.

      • #87708
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        Hello there. I always wanted an acoustic guitar but I always bought an electric! I have a Marshall for output and a BOSS ME-8 for effects. I usually play a Squier Stratocaster (two single + one double magnet) or with a Gibson Studio Les Paul. The feeling from the Telecoustic is not the best unplugged, as it is not very loud on its own. But when this baby goes in an amplifier…WAOO!! It has GREAT sound. Very clean. The guitar is not at all heavy and I can play very fast on it. The output of this guitar is very powerfull, through my effects I don’t turn the guitar’s volume more than 4/10. A great guitar!

      • #87732
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        Ok, here is the deal: I tried musicians friend because of their paymente easiness. Wrong call. For $249 I got a broken instrument all cracked and with missing parts. I couldn’t believe they sent out and instrument without ANY shipping material to protect (foam bubblewrap etc). I sent it back of course. Then I went to Sam Ash with my Musician’s Friend catalog and they had to match the price. It was great because then I could get the best one they had in stock. Once I had the Telecoustic at home I had to use a sandpaper to low the bridge (a lot) and I replaced the strings with electric guitar strings (.008) The guitar now is just great!! Many people came by to see it and all agree that it plays like a $800 + guitar. So the guitar is definetly worth it. You just need to make a few adjustments and for that price there is not a lot to complain about… The electric and acoustic sound are very good. definetely not great, but worth the money you pay many times. Marcelo

      • #87712
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        : I’ve only seen the stratacoustic and telecoustic in Musicians Friend. They look cool, but I can’t find any dealers that have them or anyone who has played one. If you have, please e-mail me and tell me what’s up. Where are they made? How’s the sound acoustic, electric? Are they well built? Just give me your buyers oppinion. : Thanks : Grant Dude, I want a Stratacoustic too, and it seems that Musicians Friend has the best price so far. I live in Hawaii and none of the dealers here have any stratacoustics in stock. While searching for Stratacoustic on the web I found your question, and also a guy who has and plays one. He is only learning how to play though so I don’t know how valuable his input would be. Check him out at http://angelfire.lycos.com/ga/coolben Later, Dae….

    • #52414
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      i want old melodies for free of cost

      • #87723
        Anonymous
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        go away douchebag

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      hindisongs downlod

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    • #52412
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      Hi out there….!!As you can suggest,i`m an owner of a Digitech ValveFX guitar preamp that has some kind of problem.I need really bad the Circuit Diagram / Schematic of the hardware but i can`t find it anywhere to download it.Does anyone knows anything that could help me? Thank you guys!

    • #52405
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      I bought a flea Market Peavey Duece. The amp is in a seperate case with a bottom case with four 12" CTS speakers ? What have I got here? LQQK, It works.. TERRY KOEHN 228-467-9797

      • #87686
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        If you are selling a Boss Super Phaser for a cheap price that is in good condition e-mial me w/ details. Thanks

    • #52401
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      I own a Seville as well… and I know nothing about this guitar either. It was given to me about 3 years ago by my neighbor. He was moving, and he had no need for it anymore. My model number is a S-335 I’ve no vlue about these guitars, and i’ve never found anything about them

    • #52397
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      I HAVE A HOLLOW BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR MADE BY HARMONY BETWEEN 1958 AND 1963. ITS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ITS WORTH ANY THING. ANY INFO. WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANKS.

      • #92654
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        : I HAVE A HOLLOW BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR MADE BY HARMONY BETWEEN 1958 AND 1963. ITS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ITS WORTH ANY THING. ANY INFO. WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANKS. THIS IS A REPLY TO THE PERSON WHO POSTED THE QUESTION ABOVE. My name is Paul you can e-mail me with the serial numbers that can be seen through one of the "F" holes printed on the inside. With those numbers I can tell you what it is and give you a range in price it might be worth, depending on condition, etc.

    • #52395
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      Trey uses a Languedoc into 2 TS-9’s (first with slight OD, 2nd full blown) into a Ross Compressor into a 1966 Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp. The Amp is run into a 4X12 cab loaded with G12 BLue ALnico Speakers. This is the main gear to get his sound but also he has his TS-9’s modded by ANALOGMAN.COM and his amp has mods too. Remember, place the TS-9’s in front of the Compressor. 🙂

    • #52388
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      : : : how does beavercracks work? they don’t seem to provide a crack but a connection to some download manager. : : : i’m still figuring out how to enter the product key into guitarpro 4. can anyone advice?

    • #52389
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      I received a 1969 Hernandis No. 1 as a gift a few years ago with the explicit instructions that I must never sell it. I’m not much of a classical player, but I know exceptional wood when I see/hear it. I would be hard pressed to let this axe go for less than the black-market value of a kidney. The following page is the best I could come up with from google: http://www.guitarramagazine.com/hernandis1a/hernandis_grade1a.asp

    • #52385
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      i have a DeArmond M-65, it`s got 1 vol 1 tone 1 thre-way toggle switch. does anyone knoww how you wire one?

      • #87739
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        : : i have a DeArmond M-65, it`s got 1 vol 1 tone 1 thre-way toggle switch. does anyone knoww how you wire one? Response. Yes. The closest thing I know of to the schematic for your guitar is on website http://www.guitarelectronics.zoovy.com, under wiring diagrams, Gibson mods, # WDU-HH3T11-01. It should help somewhat even if your pickups are only 2 conductor. A Gibson SG Deluxe wiring diagram if found, would be even closer. All the best, Strat Man Dwight

    • #52386
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      i need a wiring diagram for a DeArmond M-65, it`s got 2 humbuckers 1 vol 1 tone 1 3-way toggle switch.

      • #91603
        Anonymous
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        : I need a Diagram of a Fender Stratocaster wiring. I know how to do but I want to have a diagram to look out so don’t mess things up. Just to avoid disasters.

      • #111743
        Anonymous
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        i need a wiring diagram of my electric guitar with 1 humbacker ,2 single coils, 3 way lever switch, 1 tone, and 1 volume contro. Pls help me!!!

    • #52377
      Anonymous
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      hi, could you please send me a copy of the me-6 instructions, to [email protected] cheerz

    • #52373
      Anonymous
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      Anyone selling an ovation ultra gp( yes i like QOTSA). Im in uk but am willing to pay extra shipping etc.

      • #92537
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone selling an ovation ultra gp( yes i like QOTSA). Im in uk but am willing to pay extra shipping etc. if you wanna soung like QOTSA then just get a boss SD-1 and a aqua puss analog delay and an ampeg amp…then again…im only 14

    • #52368
      Anonymous
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      Fender strat info please

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    • #52358
      Anonymous
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      I have a Granada 12 string guitar model F381 I got as a gift in 1971. I can’t find anything about this guitar. Does anyone know anything about it and how much it is worth?

    • #52356
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      Hello guys, I recently purchased a Telecaster which was sold as a Highway 1 model but I rather think it is a Classic model due to the pegstock and the neck). The guitar comes with the original 3-saddle-bridge I’d rather like to replace with the modern 6-saddle-bridge like on modern American Telecaster models. I measured the distances between the string and fixation holes in the guitar body and it seems that the new bridge could fit into the Classic model. Does anybody already tried this experince ? Thanks in advance for your advice. Olaf

      • #91605
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        great comment!

      • #87519
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        : Hello guys, : I recently purchased a Telecaster which was sold as a Highway 1 model but I rather think it is a Classic model due to the pegstock and the neck). The guitar comes with the original 3-saddle-bridge I’d rather like to replace with the modern 6-saddle-bridge like on modern American Telecaster models. : I measured the distances between the string and fixation holes in the guitar body and it seems that the new bridge could fit into the Classic model. : Does anybody already tried this experince ? Thanks in advance for your advice. : Olaf To Olaf & everyone. If you like Teles, a must-see site is http://www.vintique.com, operated by custom builder and Tele parts manufacturer, formerly with Danny Gatton … Jay Monterose. Between him, James Burton, Dan Smith and the Hellecasters – do they know Telecasters! To answer your question. We’ve built Teles with all types of bridges, and changed from every type to every type. Your measurements are good, but aren’t the issue. The Highway 1 or similar comes with a vintage style bridge which has 4 screws into the body. Modern Teles have only 3 screws into the body, at different places. But, your 6 saddle idea would work, as long as they are on a vintage style bridge. We prefer the angled saddles, just 3 of them. They are a prestige option, and really look good. They are bold and say something about your Tele. Of course intonation is better, that’s why they were made. You can buy just the saddles & screws from the aftermarket, or a Fender dealer now. Or you can buy the complete bridge assembly with the 3 brass angled saddles. Personally, we think they look much better than all 6 little barrel-type chrome saddles, 6 screws & 6 springs on the face of a customized & improved Tele. May you look good & be in tune while you’re twangin’. Andrew Listmayer – Advanced Guitar Tech, RockItSciencelabs

        • #87850
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          Hi Andy, thanks a lot for your quick and expert response ! I have already checked the vintige website which looks very promising. Can I ask you a last question: I am not very happy with the sound of the sound of the middle PUF selector position of my Teles (Mexican and Classic); sounds like the typical Die Strats sound. Does it make sense to add a 3rd PUF (like some guitar heroes like Rory Gallagher did). Thanks in advance from a truly Tele lover. Olaf : : Hello guys, : : I recently purchased a Telecaster which was sold as a Highway 1 model but I rather think it is a Classic model due to the pegstock and the neck). The guitar comes with the original 3-saddle-bridge I’d rather like to replace with the modern 6-saddle-bridge like on modern American Telecaster models. : : I measured the distances between the string and fixation holes in the guitar body and it seems that the new bridge could fit into the Classic model. : : Does anybody already tried this experince ? Thanks in advance for your advice. : : Olaf : To Olaf & everyone. If you like Teles, a must-see site is http://www.vintique.com, operated by custom builder and Tele parts manufacturer, formerly with Danny Gatton … Jay Monterose. Between him, James Burton, Dan Smith and the Hellecasters – do they know Telecasters! : To answer your question. We’ve built Teles with all types of bridges, and changed from every type to every type. Your measurements are good, but aren’t the issue. The Highway 1 or similar comes with a vintage style bridge which has 4 screws into the body. Modern Teles have only 3 screws into the body, at different places. But, your 6 saddle idea would work, as long as they are on a vintage style bridge. : We prefer the angled saddles, just 3 of them. They are a prestige option, and really look good. They are bold and say something about your Tele. Of course intonation is better, that’s why they were made. You can buy just the saddles & screws from the aftermarket, or a Fender dealer now. Or you can buy the complete bridge assembly with the 3 brass angled saddles. : Personally, we think they look much better than all 6 little barrel-type chrome saddles, 6 screws & 6 springs on the face of a customized & improved Tele. : May you look good & be in tune while you’re twangin’. Andrew Listmayer – Advanced Guitar Tech, RockItSciencelabs

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            : Hi Andy, : thanks a lot for your quick and expert response ! I have already checked the vintige website which looks very promising. Can I ask you a last question: I am not very happy with the sound of the sound of the middle PUF selector position of my Teles (Mexican and Classic); sounds like the typical Die Strats sound. Does it make sense to add a 3rd PUF (like some guitar heroes like Rory Gallagher did). : Thanks in advance from a truly Tele lover. : Olaf : : : Hello guys, : : : I recently purchased a Telecaster which was sold as a Highway 1 model but I rather think it is a Classic model due to the pegstock and the neck). The guitar comes with the original 3-saddle-bridge I’d rather like to replace with the modern 6-saddle-bridge like on modern American Telecaster models. : : : I measured the distances between the string and fixation holes in the guitar body and it seems that the new bridge could fit into the Classic model. : : : Does anybody already tried this experince ? Thanks in advance for your advice. : : : Olaf : : To Olaf & everyone. If you like Teles, a must-see site is http://www.vintique.com, operated by custom builder and Tele parts manufacturer, formerly with Danny Gatton … Jay Monterose. Between him, James Burton, Dan Smith and the Hellecasters – do they know Telecasters! : : To answer your question. We’ve built Teles with all types of bridges, and changed from every type to every type. Your measurements are good, but aren’t the issue. The Highway 1 or similar comes with a vintage style bridge which has 4 screws into the body. Modern Teles have only 3 screws into the body, at different places. But, your 6 saddle idea would work, as long as they are on a vintage style bridge. : : We prefer the angled saddles, just 3 of them. They are a prestige option, and really look good. They are bold and say something about your Tele. Of course intonation is better, that’s why they were made. You can buy just the saddles & screws from the aftermarket, or a Fender dealer now. Or you can buy the complete bridge assembly with the 3 brass angled saddles. : : Personally, we think they look much better than all 6 little barrel-type chrome saddles, 6 screws & 6 springs on the face of a customized & improved Tele. : : May you look good & be in tune while you’re twangin’. Andrew Listmayer – Advanced Guitar Tech, RockItSciencelabs That’s a great follow-up question about tones, and your proposed solution will definitely take you out of a rut and have you soaring to new heights. First and easiest, the 4 way Tele switch will add a fattened-up both-pickups-in-series combination like you wouldn’t believe. And you keep the 3 stock sounds as well. You could read all you want about the switch, like on fender.com or Dwight’s review under pickups/ElectroKraft/custom Tele neck at http://www.harmonycentral.com but … hearing is believing. I definitely recommend you make a series connection! For something truly wild and one-of-a-kind, there is also a 5th combination – yes, 5 sound options from a 2 pickup Tele. We have one of those too, also I swear it’s fantastic, with a superfat sound plus one of the pups out of phase. Wiring diagram and if necessary, parts available from http://www.deaf-eddie.net. You’re on the right track. Andrew/Dwight Listmayer

    • #52353
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      I am looking for the value price of a gretch ,blackhawk hollowbody , double cut away,black w/ivory trim, app. late 60’s guitar in average shape…if anyone can tell me or tell me where to go to find out i’de appreciate it. Larry

    • #52351
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      hi, does anyone know if Arbor double cutaway, or Manitou double cutaway are good guitars. I want to but my daughter one for XMAS that isn’t too expensive in case it sits in her closet. Any ideas?? I appreciate any help I can get. thanks

      • #87509
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        : I bought an Arbor Strat copy back in 1991 and still have it today. It has been a very good and dependable guitar. While I haven’t "HAD" to do anything to it, I have done some tweaking to it just because I wanted to. For a first guitar to learn on, it would have made a good choice as it was. I gave $39.00 for it brand new sealed up in the box and have never regretted it.

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      SILVERTONE GUITAR & "JG" OR "GJ" ELECTRIC GUITAR

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    • #52346
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      Hey, I’m looking for help on ID’ing a bass guitar. I think it may be an early B.C. Rich, but am not positive. It has a "R" on the headstock, is solid neck-through maple with a rosewood fretboard, has 4 pickups and active electronics (9v). There are phase switches for each pickup, a BadAss bridge, and Grover tuners. The serial # is 83715. No one has been able to "for sure" identify this guitar, anybody out there? THX~~

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        : Hey, I’m looking for help on ID’ing a bass guitar. I think it may be an early B.C. Rich, but am not positive. It has a "R" on the headstock, is solid neck-through maple with a rosewood fretboard, has 4 pickups and active electronics (9v). There are phase switches for each pickup, a BadAss bridge, and Grover tuners. The serial # is 83715. No one has been able to "for sure" identify this guitar, anybody out there? : THX~~ Reply. Yes this is a BC Rich. I replied with details over a week ago but evidently through some error, it was not posted. Strat Man Dwight

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      Hallo, I need your help, i have a Crucianelli guitar model "acustica" and I would know the value of this giutar. Tank for your help

    • #52337
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      Greetings – I have a Fender Mustang that I’d like to restore. It’s in pieces right now (90% of the parts are there), all original. Someone gave this to me almost 20 years ago. Should I have it done locally or send it to Fender for the best result? I live in Boulder, Colorado. Thanks.

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        : Greetings – : I have a Fender Mustang that I’d like to restore. It’s in pieces right now (90% of the parts are there), all original. Someone gave this to me almost 20 years ago. Should I have it done locally or send it to Fender for the best result? I live in Boulder, Colorado. Thanks. Hi Jack. I would have posted something for you sooner, but thought that others would know better what to do in this instance, specifically in your location. I’m in Canada, but my son Andrew at RockItSciencelabs – Advanced Guitar Technology builds the loudest guitars in the WORLD, and does repairs in general. Unfortunately, Fender Musical Instruments Co. does not restore or repair guitars, and I don’t think they are even accessible via computer or telephone. Their somewhat affiliated web communications site is Mr. Gearhad.com. But to get this Mustang back in working order, I highly recommend that you contact someone at the Colorado Blues Society tel. (303)415-2737 and ask any & all questions about people in your area who really care about their craft and tend professionally to guitars, especially Fender. They should have tons of solid info and advice, even though they don’t get asked for it everyday … they just know! Best regards, let us know how it goes. Dwight Listmayer

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          heya im looking for a fender mustang in pretty good condition and im looking for one under 300.

        • #111334
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          Spelling correction to the previous posting. Should read Mr. Gearhead. Strat Man Dwight

    • #52334
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      I’m trying to get an approximate estimate for a 2002 Ibanez RGT42 in red pearl. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Won

      • #92511
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        probably around 1000 dollars cad..

    • #52327
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      Anybody REALLY know what the difference in sound is between an old stock capacitor, like a Sprague, compared to new ones? Also, what’s your preference – ceramic disc or plastic? Thank you, Strat Man Dwight

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        : Anybody REALLY know what the difference in sound is between an old stock capacitor, like a Sprague, compared to new ones? Also, what’s your preference – ceramic disc or plastic? : Thank you, Strat Man Dwight The old stock caps like the Sprague you mentioned, to me anyway, don’t seam to have as hard edge (if you will) effect as the newer ones. This may be due to the efficiency of the new ones. I keep an assortment of caps on hand, but generally I prefer the ceramic. They seam to last longer and stand more heat.

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          Thanks again – I didn’t mean to make my name the title. I see what you mean, the old caps are a little softer or smoother. I’ve just put a NOS Erie .022 cap on a 500K tone pot and it is really smooth, with nicely tapered rolloff. It’s on a Strat with 3 stacked DiMarzio humbuckers and a total of 29 different pickup combinations. There’s just the one tone control, and I think that the mellower sound and even taper compliments this setup. I’ll be looking for more older caps. Strat Man Dwight

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            Your welcome Dwight. Try that same cap on a 250K tone pot and see if there is a difference in the sound. Also, try Audio Taper vs. Linier Taper tone pots. As the pot tends to act like an inductance coil, it too can have a "rolloff" effect on the sound. I love experimenting around with different types of configurations just to see what I might come up with. I bought a piece of copper plating from the local hardware store and drilled a dozen or so holes in it to use like a project circuit board. Being solid copper, it grounds everything on it together so I don’t have to worry about that while I do the experiments. I ran the leads of the pickups out to it and this gives me a great lab, so to speak, to experiment in. I use jumper wires with alligator clips to connect everything up, to avoid a lot of soldering. Just an idea I thought you might like to try, since you seam to like experimenting too. Also, I read your post about "Split Pole Humbuckers", the poles with screws in them can be used to adjust the volume of the individual strings. Just like raising the entire pickup closer to the strings makes it louder, raising the pole up under one string increases the volume of that string only. If you play a lot of 5 chords (G5, A5, etc.) on the E, A and D strings and play leads on the G, B and little E strings, you can make the smaller strings louder to some degree so they will stand out better. The draw back to this of course is when you play whole chords the notes on the smaller strings will be louder than the other ones. Pookster

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    • #52301
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      hey is the Gax70 by ibanez any good it sounds good but what abotu the long run

      • #87404
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        Hey bud, just gave you a short term fix, replied to your earlier posting.

    • #52302
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      hey guys, i went to my friends house to check out his new guitar…and he popped this at me : the harmonics on it are unbelivable…what does he mean? thnx

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        hold your finger over the 12th fret on any string, pluck the sring and move your finger away, the resulting note is a harmonic, they occur in various places on the neck, most noticable are on the 5th 7th and 12th frets, very usefull for tuning and setting up intonation.

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          : hold your finger over the 12th fret on any string, pluck the sring and move your finger away, the resulting note is a harmonic, they occur in various places on the neck, most noticable are on the 5th 7th and 12th frets, very usefull for tuning and setting up intonation. FROM DWIGHT – GOOD EXPLANATION Lee! It also seems that the better quality guitars, with thicker denser wood, good pickups and best possible neck-to-body joints have brighter harmonics. So once in a while, somebody will say "great harmonics", or loads of harmonics etc…….. Strat Man Dwight

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      Re: Vox Ultrasonic XII 1967 for sale

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      musical instrument supplier

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      Hohner information on the SE 35 Professional, please

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        : bonjour je m’apelle fanny et je cherche la partition de paul gilbert intitulé "flamingo" pourvez vous me renseigner au plus vite, je vous remercie a bientot Cherchez/search Paul Gilbert Flamingo en/on "google" or other/ou autres search engines. Beaucoup de choix – many websites available. Information exactement que vous cherchez/what you want. Andrew

    • #52272
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      I have a friend that has a lotus, in my opinion they’re o.k. starter guitars, but if you are more advanced you need to get a better guitar than that.

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      I’m haveing a lot of trouble finding a triple rectifier, will someone please tell me where i can find one!!!!!

      • #111329
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        Sorry for your troubles finding the Mesa Boogie triple rectifier head. Have you looked on ebay? There’s 12 of them, in mint condition up for bids today. Best of luck & have a blast! Strat Man Dwight

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      Gretsch tone switch - sounds awful

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    • #52258
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      hi everyone i’m billy from the philippines…just want to ask you if you know these mega speed guitarists like magnus maxfield, terry rypdal, iven ron if you guys know them pls give me the website and their instructional videos….thanks a lot more power!!god bles

    • #52255
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      Hi all, I have a Frederica Garcia #3 Concert Guitar. The back and sides are African Mahogany. The top is made of Alps Spruce, fingerboard is Ebony. It is in MINT condition and I mean MINT. My father purchased the guitar on May 3rd, 1970. I still have the receipt. I was curious if anyone could give me a pretty accurate value on this instrument? Or is there a place online where I can find out? Thanks in advance! Dana

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        While you’re waiting for an opinion here you can entertain and inform yourself about your guitar at http://www.harmonycentral.com, go to reviews, guitars, ibanez, gax 30 for 5 opinions, and gax 70 for more. Enjoy. J.M.

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      Anyone know where I can get my hands on a working Floyd Rose Sustainer circuit board?

      • #91633
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        The ONLY way to get one is to BUY a Jackson guitar that has the Floyd sustainer installed already. They call them Jackson sustainers now, but they are just relabled OEM Floyd Rose systems. Jackson will not sell it to anyone unless purchased with a guitar. Trust me… I’ve tried.

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      hi anyone know where to buy gibson les paul juniors online in the uk, apart from ebay? if not, howabout copies – anyone know where to get a copy? also -gibson necks, realy need a relplacement for a broken 61 sg that i came across – where can I buy a neck? cheers, many thanks al

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        have you tried loot.com? or how about tin pan alley? andys guitars in denmark street would be a good start. : if not, howabout copies – anyone know where to get a copy? : also -gibson necks, realy need a relplacement for a broken 61 sg that i came across – where can I buy a neck? : cheers, many thanks : al

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        : ANYBODY HAVE ANY INFO ON THIS GUITAR,NEED CABLE AND CONTROL BOX.THIS IS AIMG2010 MIDI GUITAR.THANX HAROLD

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      i have been playing guitar for 10 years badly, however in the last year i have taken it more seriously and im coming on quite well but cannot seem to overcome my strumming nightmare! can anyone give me ANY ADVICE on technique. my intrests are diverse ie donovan, floyd, blur, tommy emmanuel. i have greatest difficulty relaxing whilst strumming rapidly

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      Takamine 540 question

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      : : This is my fist time @ weiring up a guitar, could som1 tell me or send me a diagram on how 2 weir up a humbucker, 2control knobs (1 volume(500) & 1tone(500)) & a jack socket/strap button…adfasdfadsfadfasdfasdfa : : P.S. : : THANK U 2 ANY1 WHO HELPS ME-OUT… : : : : LOGAN…

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      anybody have a Höfner 500/1 för sale?

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      : Well if you’re a beginner and you dont feel like spendin a lot of money then it looks like a pretty good deal…havent seen it in person but i’ve seen it on tv…seems like a good guitar for the price : : Im a beginner, are the Esteban guitar and lessons I see advertised on T.V. worth it? Seems awful cheap.

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      Dear David., Here is another thing I just remembered. There is a PC board towards the rear of the amp. It has the Effect Loop Jacks and other stuff mounted to it. Here is a good way to find the problem. Turn the amp on. Wait 20 minutes, have some play the guitar for you while you do the following. Take a thin piece of plastic or wood, NOT METAL!!!!. Then while your friend plays at low volume, slide the then piece of wood or plasic into the back most vent slot at the top of the amp. If you look through it, you will see the edge of the PC board I’m talking about. So, as someone is playing, lightly tap the board in many places. When you hear the sound cut out, STOP! Remember where you tapped when it cut out. Then tap else where on the board. If the sound returns, then you have to open the amp, remove the little PC board, and cut off the little 3 pin plugs. Do this one at a time. Then solder each wire to the board. I would also do this at the other end of the cable on the main PC board. This is why modern amps suck. PC Boards are good for computers, and other devices that does not have to go on the road, heat up, have 600 Volts running throught it, and vibrate. Good luck

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        : : I need an owners manual for my Tascam 488 Portastudio. I ordered one from Teac but they clain it is on backorder, and they have no idea how long it will be before they have copies. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

      • #87036
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        Yeh… i really need one as well, please email [email protected] if you know of one or if you can scan in PDF many thanks, Tom.

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      : I’ve owned a Mexican Strat since they first came out (in about 1993). It is definately my main guitar. I like the sound and feel of it just as much as an American Strat; for me the extra cost isn’t justified. My advice is to try them both out on the exact amp they will be played through, and buy the one that sounds best and feels best for you. Or, you can buy the Mexican sunburst with a blonde neck and be perfectly happy. i have one and i worked it over for just a couple hundred bucks and it’ll blow out any off the shelf american strat any day. i hollowed out all the extra wood under the pick guard and the sustain and tone are at least 50 to 75% better and clearer. i glued copper to the cavity to keep down noise and feedback. i went to a fixed hot rod bridge, no tremlo. i put in a set of kinman’s i only have a single volume control, a single tone control and a 3 way switch, not 5 way. i play blues leads, texas roadhouse leads, and rythm. each pick up performs one task by its self, no blending of pick ups. the kinmans are crystal clear and crisp. you can hear every note even when playing rythm. its amazing. half the cost of an american strat, better sound, cleaner and crisper sound.

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      : I would like any pictorial wiring diagrams on parker nitefly . single,single,humbucker. : thanks

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      I have a silver tone 1969 classical guitar what would it be worth today. Thanks Frank

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        : looking for new patches for Boss GT-3

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        hi have you fond any nice sounds for the Taboo? im as well looking for som sonds. If you want i can send you the ones im use when we are playing. best regards Mayer

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        : I am looking for Patches from the Taboo Artist. Where can I find any ? : On the Rocktron Website, there is nothing so Please Help…

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      Dating a Les Paul Custom by Serial Number

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        as a learner i would suggest a nylon strung guitar, the strinds are easier on the fingers, and the neck and string spacings are quite wide, but if you must have an electric i would go for a Epiphone G310, they dont cost a lot of money, around $200, but the choice in epiphones is vast around that price range, why epiphone? they have very good starter setups, they dont need any adjusting, the sound and playing quaity on an epiphone in the $200-$300 is very good, when you get bored of it, you will get back good money for it (just dont buy on in a silly colour) it will always look good in years to come, and if you decide to upgrade some of the hardware you will have a very very good guitar, amp wise i would go for a transistor 15 watt marshall, i think they are called the MD15 or something. amp will cost around $150.

      • #86693
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        TOM SCHOLZ WHO IS BASICALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR SOME OF THE BEST MUSIC IN THIS WORLD (boston) IS MY FAR FAVOURITE EVER.

    • #52137
      Anonymous
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      I am 20yrs old. Have been playing for 8yrs now. I have excellent equipment and reliable transportation. I have been through so many bands the past few years and they all end the same, people lose their motivation and fall apart. I am a serious musician, I know I am very creative as well as focused on what I want out of music. I also play the Djembe and synth keyboard. I am so serious in fact, I am willing to relocate for a promising project. My influences are: King Crimson, Genesis, Opeth, Radiohead, Dead Can Dance, Lesiem, and much more. Again, I can’t stress this enough, I am a serious musician so don’t contact me if you do this for a hobby. I have played in established bands from Northern, CA and have played with national acts throughout CA. I have invested much time and money to reach my dream. If there is anyone who shares my frustrations and understand that music is a healer not a destroyer. Contact me soon. These cookie cutter metal bands make me sick. It’s time to grow up and make meaning full art. Please do not hesitate in contacting me via email or be phone (559.289.6764) My name is Adrian. Thank you.

      • #86673
        Anonymous
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        Hi there !! well there are not many guitars that come with scalloped fretboards right from their manufacturers, but the Fender Yngwie Malmsteen Strat !! I couldn´t believe it myself but it really does enhance playing !! I´d like to have my Clapton Strat Neck scalloped but it´s way too expensive to me right now !! And I still hestitate cutting into a 1700$ guitar !! but who knows . . .

      • #86657
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : i will have my first scalloped-neck (custom) guitar in couple of weeks (IMHO REALLY good feature in guitar!!!)if anyone has scalloped-neck guitar or have tried one it would be interesting to hear some opinions…

    • #52131
      Anonymous
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      I have a nylon string acoustic for some school mirimba band and I need to string it left handed and the teacher guy baught some funky(in a bad way strings) their not ball end, bullet end or anything end. Im spose to tie them on some sort of way at the bridge, but I dont know how. please, for the love of Buddha, help me!

    • #52127
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      • #86671
        Anonymous
        Guest

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    • #52126
      Anonymous
      Guest

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      • #86661
        Anonymous
        Guest

        who the hell is Jimi Hendrix?

      • #86676
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : What kind of guitar would be good for someone to start with? I think I want to start playing acoustic first and maybe move on the electric later?

    • #52116
      Anonymous
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      Hi. I am using a Mexican Strat with new installed Silver Lace pickups. They sound bad, loud and distorted. I like my old magnet ones better and was told they were not as good as American. Was this installed wrong, it was checked up and TBX part added or are they no good? Enjoyed reading your music subjects. Thanks. Alena

      • #89812
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        : Hi. I am using a Mexican Strat with new installed Silver Lace pickups. They sound bad, loud and distorted. : I like my old magnet ones better and was told they were not as good as American. Was this installed wrong, it was checked up and TBX part added or are they no good? Enjoyed reading your music subjects. Thanks. Alena Have you solved your problem yet? I’m throwing out my lace sensors and have ordered new custom handwound pickups from ElectroKraft, info available with reviews on http://www.harmonycentral.com. I will go there some time to review the old lace sensors which did not sound good to me either. I had looked for info at http://www.agi-lace.com and was not pleased with the lace sensor manufacturer’s moderator or info. My opinion. Strat Man Dwight

      • #111241
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        : Hi. I am using a Mexican Strat with new installed Silver Lace pickups. They sound bad, loud and distorted. : I like my old magnet ones better and was told they were not as good as American. Was this installed wrong, it was checked up and TBX part added or are they no good? Enjoyed reading your music subjects. Thanks. Alena Response: You can explain your concerns on the forum at http://www.agi-lace.com. That is the manufacturer Actodyne General Inc in Huntington Beach, CA. Some people say that the moderator can be irritable or ill-tempered. You MUST state the issues very clearly and precisely. I have all types of Lace Sensor Pickups. Every colour and strength and sound. Don’t like them either. I’ll be specific at http://www.harmonycentral.com someday. There are ideas & reviews from other users there under pickups. But you don’t ask questions, it is not interactive. It is true that the ceramic pickups that are standard on the majority of Fender electric guitars from Mexico are not considered as good as those made in the USA, by many of the informed players and people in the business. But … they cost less! Good luck, Strat Man Dwight

        • #111516
          Anonymous
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          : : Hi. I am using a Mexican Strat with new installed Silver Lace pickups. They sound bad, loud and distorted. : : I like my old magnet ones better and was told they were not as good as American. Was this installed wrong, it was checked up and TBX part added or are they no good? Enjoyed reading your music subjects. Thanks. Alena : Response: You can explain your concerns on the forum at http://www.agi-lace.com. That is the manufacturer Actodyne General Inc in Huntington Beach, CA. : Some people say that the moderator can be irritable or ill-tempered. You MUST state the issues very clearly and precisely. : I have all types of Lace Sensor Pickups. Every colour and strength and sound. Don’t like them either. I’ll be specific at http://www.harmonycentral.com someday. There are ideas & reviews from other users there under pickups. But you don’t ask questions, it is not interactive. : It is true that the ceramic pickups that are standard on the majority of Fender electric guitars from Mexico are not considered as good as those made in the USA, by many of the informed players and people in the business. But … they cost less! : Good luck, Strat Man Dwight Try to trade in or sell the laces and get an EMG set-up. (pref. DG 20) They come pre-mounted in a beautiful pick-guard and are very easy to install. They are probably the most noise free versatile single coil style pick-ups avail. A bit costly but if you can swing it you will be very happy with your tones.

          • #124054
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            Thank you much Dwight Listmayer, Strat Man and stratpup. I had changed pickups back to old ones, sound loud better than Lace pickups sensors. can try to sell that if anybody will buy and get new ones like you say. Alena

      • #86679
        Anonymous
        Guest

        go to http://getmgetm.com. they have cute ones there. any idea for kinda vintage lookin ones for me?

      • #86680
        Anonymous
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        : : Where can I find a fuzzy leopard skin guitar strap? Thats reasonably priced.

    • #52113
      Anonymous
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      anybody know what my 1972 telecaster is worth? i am not interested in parting with it, i’m just curious about it’s value. it’s in good shape, honey blonde color, rosewood fretboard.

      • #87175
        Anonymous
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        Hmmm… well at least $150… but the rose wood neck, and well.. it’s kinda old! Probably like $175 TOPS! But I will give you $200, and even split the shipping with ya! Just let me know… (You know, use a little spray paint, and new strings, like a new guitar!)

    • #52111
      Anonymous
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      I have a Fender Stratocaster (red&white), and I’m not sure what year it is. I think it’s a late 90’s model. How can I find out what it’s value is??

      • #98064
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i have a fender jass bass sn#397021 please tell me what it is worth

      • #86645
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Well, without knowing any other details about the guitar (American, Mexican, or possibly Japanese, the condition it is in, etc…), I would say anywhere from $250-$600 possibly. I know that is a pretty wide range but without additional info. it’s difficult to be more exact. I hope this helps.

    • #52108
      Anonymous
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      Godin G3000

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    • #52109
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      I am looking at a guitar and I cannot find any information on the serial number. I would like to know any details and approximate worth, in good condition. On the neck plate the serial number is 351003. It looks like a San Dimas model, strat type body with pointy headstock, with Charvel in big letters on the headstock. Any information would be much appreciated.

    • #52102
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      CIMAR

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    • #52104
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know the value of this like new with original case guitar?

      • #86520
        Anonymous
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        : : : It’s oficial marty friedman quit megadeth as of 1-9-00 : : : you can read the press release at megadeth.com go to the news section. MEGADETH will never be the same…. THIS IS NUTS!!!!-What kinda guitarist leaves a metal band to pursue a pop music carreer??? He is an excellent guitarist but this is ridiculous : : : : Yup!! Sad thing. Maybe he just couldn’t stand the "new" sound of MEgadeth.

    • #52100
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      yeah I’ve got a 80’s valvestate 8100 100watt head, I was wondering if it was possible for any1 to suggest anywhere i could get it done and possible prices, and local areas since i live in merry old england in little ol’ Eastbourne (which is near brighton)

      • #86635
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        : yeah I’ve got a 80’s valvestate 8100 100watt head, I was wondering if it was possible for any1 to suggest anywhere i could get it done and possible prices, and local areas since i live in merry old england in little ol’ Eastbourne (which is near brighton) Possible answer – I may get shot down on this one, but here’s what I think. In your area, you would certainly have the expertise available, and the technicians. But, even in England, there may be a lack of parts to hot rod a Marshall. I would refer you and any possible naysayers to where the parts and technology exist, but not for solid state or hybrid (valvestate, transtube etc.) amps. In my opinion, the authoritative engineer on this subject is Dan Torres at http://www.torresengineering.com. Visit the site. Select kits for tube amps then proceed to "why isn’t my amp listed here?" Amps that are not compatible with hotroddding, such as yours I’m afraid, are mentioned. For more detail, Mr. Torres would have in his archives MUCH more research, material and perhaps a publication of his own that you could request. Andrew Listmayer – RockItSciencelabs Advanced Guitar Tech

      • #86512
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        me 2 : I HAVE A BOSS CE-5 CHORUS AND A BOSS DD-5 DELAY AT THE END OF MY EFFECTS CHAIN, BOTH HAVE STEREO OUTPUTS.I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO RUN THROUGH TWO AMPS USEING THE STEREO OUTS ON BOTH EFFECTS, AT THE SAME TIME???PLEASE HELP!!!

    • #52101
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      Hi, I’m planing to sell my Japanes made (1994) Standard Model Fender Stratocaster and a 80 Watt Dean Markley Amp model RM-80-DR with a Magnum speaker. The guitarr is cream white and white and is in very good condition. The amp has some external scrathes. What should I more or less expect to sell this equipment for? Thank full for any answer!

      • #86698
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        For the package, I’d say around $300 on the low end and (if someone would pay it) $500 on the high end.

    • #52094
      Anonymous
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      Cyndee, are you still around? What info did you need for repairs on your guitar?

      • #86476
        Anonymous
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        i’m looking for a jagstang myself and i was wondering if anyone knew where i might be able to get one. the color doesn’t matter.

      • #86510
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        : : I play in a band that does nirvana, alice and chains, and metallica covers. What knid of guitar should i get to handle this genre? : I recommend the Fender Jagstang. It was designed with input from Kurt Cobain to mimic his personal guitar mods. Check it out!

    • #52091
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      Ok im possibly just paranoid, but someone please try and help my worry. I play 120watt 212 amp and have had it for about a year now. It was never abused or overdriven to hard. My friend just bought the exact same amplifier that i have and when have the exact same setting and volume on, but his is slightly louder and has a lil more kik/punch to it. We switched guitars thinking it could b my guitar, but that was not the case. It isnt a major poblem or anything, but is it possible that since my amp is odler parts have broken in maybe the speakers? (the amp is a solid state amp) Thank you if anyone can help calm my worries.

      • #86633
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        : Ok im possibly just paranoid, but someone please try and help my worry. I play 120watt 212 amp and have had it for about a year now. It was never abused or overdriven to hard. My friend just bought the exact same amplifier that i have and when have the exact same setting and volume on, but his is slightly louder and has a lil more kik/punch to it. We switched guitars thinking it could b my guitar, but that was not the case. It isnt a major poblem or anything, but is it possible that since my amp is odler parts have broken in maybe the speakers? (the amp is a solid state amp) Thank you if anyone can help calm my worries. Reply: been pondering your question, there’s just too many things to consider. You could eliminate the speakers from your worries altogether by obtaining an external speaker cabinet, and if your amp has a suitable output, plug it in and either bypass or temporarily disconnect your speakers, to see how the 2 amps perform by comparison. Then, see if there’s still any difference. Might help find out if it’s an issue in the amp as opposed to speaker concerns. All the best, Andrew

    • #52088
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      i found a 1959 martin d-18 in exc++ condition. it sounds better than almost any guitar i’ve heard and the neck is as straight as a arrow. it had a neck reset about a year ago.its going for $3695 and plays like a dream. everything is original except the pickgard which is now tortis. will this guitar hold up to tough playing and is this a good deal.thanks Griff

      • #89805
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        Did you buy it? I’ve been waiting for others to express their opinion. It seems like alot of money for a Martin with a neck reset, however the resets are necessary. Still no adjustable truss rod? Good luck with your quest. Share your thoughts & questions also at http://www.vintageguitarpro.com. Strat man Dwight

    • #52081
      Anonymous
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      …………iwant hindi songs

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        Anonymous
        Guest

        : …………iwant hindi songs

      • #86527
        Anonymous
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        : : I’m looking for: : : Evelyn "Champagne" King’s song Love Come Down. : : thanks for mailing me info : :

      • #86448
        Anonymous
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        : : I’m looking for: : : Weezer’s "Butterfly" song please : : thanks for mailing me info : :

    • #52077
      Anonymous
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      I have a marshall g30r cd for sale…has a 10" Marshall custom loudspeaker in it. I also have the optional footswitch. Amp has been gigged once, as a backup. No tears in the tolex, amp still looks new. Make me an offer.

      • #111383
        Anonymous
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        : I have a marshall g30r cd for sale…has a 10" Marshall custom loudspeaker in it. I also have the optional footswitch. Amp has been gigged once, as a backup. No tears in the tolex, amp still looks new. Make me an offer. what about &60

      • #86452
        Anonymous
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        : Hello, : Can you help me i search DOWLAND-CAN SHE EXCUSE : in *.mp3 or *.mid : Many thanks

      • #86480
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Hello, : Can you help me i search DOWLAND-CAN SHE EXCUSE : in *.mp3 or *.mid : Many thanks

    • #52073
      Anonymous
      Guest

      scales+accord+guitar sheetes .thanks.

    • #52071
      Anonymous
      Guest

      it is in good shape could someone tell me around what its worth?

      • #86284
        Anonymous
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        : Has anyone tried one of these guitars,and how are they? I acctualy bought one not to long ago. It has a good warm sound. There are 3 models that I know of. The one I have has the stop tail peace with the p-90 picups. It has very warm sound, decent sustain, and the finnish holds up very well. I think it is one of the better guitars that I have played. I have a wolfgang, yahamah, epiphone, and jackson and the firenza is the best.

      • #86290
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yes, I have one I personally like it alot it is the best guitar i’ve tried.

    • #52056
      Anonymous
      Guest

      BossGT6 & SRV

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    • #52053
      Anonymous
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      Yamaha SG1000, 1500, 2000 or 3000

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    • #52052
      Anonymous
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      : Anyone looking for tabs and chords should check this site out. Massive amount of songs available from almost every genre. You can build songbooks and transpose songs to different keys as well. I love it.. : http://www.chordie.com

      • #86292
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i would like to change the tuning keys of my PRS CUSTOM 24 to Grover Kluson vintage type (16:1). What specific model do I need that will not require any alteration of the holes on the headstock?

    • #52046
      Anonymous
      Guest

      : Can anyone give me information about a Sada Yairi Model 760 "D35" style guitar that was distributed by Aria. The guitar was purchased in 1974. Reply: fax info to Michael Wright, Vintage Guitar writer & historian, (701) 255-0250 USA.

    • #52042
      Anonymous
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      What is a good footstomp compressor to get, preferably used? Should I get one that is sensitive to pick attack, or regular? Why are the new ones in the store so noisy, like they hiss. I play a Fender Japanese Tele with original single coils. Thank you, Daisy

      • #89807
        Anonymous
        Guest

        In the store, signals and sounds are often affected by fluorescent lighting or other interference. Your "Japanese" single coils are also prone to that. They have plastic bobbins rather than fibre, and have no waxing or microphonic suppression. If you replaced them, everything would be better. Try a Boss CS3 compressor/sustainer or equivalent Ibanez. I use both. You must tolerate some "hiss" depending on level adjustment. Great reviews at http://www.harmonycentral.com. All my best, Strat man Dwight

      • #86126
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Tokais of that period are often quite superior to the Fenders they copied. : They scared the shit outta Fender to the point where they introduced all their : low-end stuff to combat Tokai, and to a large extent, they succeded. There are : some GREAT Tokais out there. A segment of the guitar-playing population knows : and understands this and seeks out these guitars. A much larger segment hoever : has no idea how good those Tokais were.

      • #86139
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Tokais of that period are often quite superior to the Fenders they copied. : They scared the shit outta Fender to the point where they introduced all their : low-end stuff to combat Tokai, and to a large extent, they succeded. There are : some GREAT Tokais out there. A segment of the guitar-playing population knows : and understands this and seeks out these guitars. A much larger segment hoever : has no idea how good those Tokais were.

      • #86136
        Anonymous
        Guest

        [The body of this post has been reconstituted from replies so it may differ from what was originally written.] I have a Tokai copy as well. It is a Tokai AST56 I bought it from a guy that customized it with American Strat hardware and it looks like it all fit very well. All I can say is my friend has a real Strat and my Tokai is easily as good a guitar as his and all it cost me was 200.00 Canadian.

    • #52041
      Anonymous
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      Has anyone actually used a Daisy guitar, maybe outgrown it and wish to sell? How do they perform and stand up to normal use, with the right care & maintenance? I would like to buy a used one, or 2. Any different models if they’re good. Thank you, Daisy

      • #89823
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        : Has anyone actually used a Daisy guitar, maybe outgrown it and wish to sell? How do they perform and stand up to normal use, with the right care & maintenance? I would like to buy a used one, or 2. Any different models if they’re good. : Thank you, Daisy Did you mean Daisy Rock Girl Guitars? If you got one for cheap and had it adjusted properly, it might actually be fun. They are more of a novelty but are made by Schecter & Co. Strat man Dwight

      • #86275
        Anonymous
        Guest

        DO NOT BUY THIS GUITAR! I do not know your reasoning for wanting one but this guitar is completely dispensible. I would classify with a cheap Indonesian-made Squier. Wait, I am sorry even the Squier is a step up from Daisy.

        • #111234
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          : DO NOT BUY THIS GUITAR! I do not know your reasoning for wanting one but this guitar is completely dispensible. I would classify with a cheap Indonesian-made Squier. Wait, I am sorry even the Squier is a step up from Daisy. Daisy sez, thank you Ben. I thought I might like them, because of my name being on them, and I think they’re cute, little funky guitars and I am also a flower child. Guess what’s on my Telecaster? Blue flowers including a few pretty little white daisies. When I decide what pedals to get, I’ll hook them all together with … a daisy chain. Thanks for your response. Does anyone agree, disagree? Appreciate your thoughts. Peace. Daisy

          • #123885
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            VERY MUCH AGREE!!!!

      • #86130
        Anonymous
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        I bought a fiesta red tokai strat in Glasgow ,scotland in 1984 and everything has worked perfectly, since then bits have been replaced with fender parts without any problem …i want to know more about Tokai and how many models during the 3-4 years they made these excellent copies i’ve seen a les paul gold top and have heard about SG’s and Flying V’s I’ve also heard they were extremely fussy about woods and paints etc ….and was there some sort of court case or buy out from fender or something ..any info anyone?

      • #86146
        Anonymous
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        : I just picked up a tele copy that was made in the seventies and find it far superior to any of the Japanese Fender Teles or American Standards for that matter. How close are the Tokai copies?? Because I would like to put a Fender bridge plate and saddles on it but don’t know if the Fender will fit the existing screw holes. Thanks for any input. When Fender sold out to CBS in 1964, CBS contracted with TOKAI in Japan to manufacture thier hardware. When Fenders Strat pattent ran out in the late seventies Tokai started making strats. but fender found an extension and sued Tokai for infringement. that is why if you hold a tokai up to an actual strrat you will notice that the head stock is actually about 3/8 inch narrower. The real early ones you can see the saw marks where they cut them down. I am told there about 500 out theere uncut

    • #52019
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      i have a used fender stratocaset. black with white pick guard. its made in mexico but has american tuning knobs on it. i only used it maybe 5 times. great conditon reply by e-mail if intrested

      • #86129
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Iown two amplifiers from Hilgen . one for guitar and one for bass .Does anyone have any info about the company?

      • #86107
        Anonymous
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        : Iown two amplifiers from Hilgen . one for guitar and one for bass .Does anyone have any info about the company?

      • #86120
        Anonymous
        Guest

        own an amplifier from Hilgenthat is a combo for guitar and bass, model #B2502. I am also looking for information on this company.

    • #52013
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i need help i still cant identify my jackson v #961 2006

      • #86118
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        : i need help i still cant identify my jackson v #961 : 2006 Reply: I saw your question earlier, but I didn’t see any description or info on the guitar at that point. Could it be black, with black hardware? Maple neck thru poplar body. 22 fret bound ebony fingerboard with pearl sharkfin inlay. Fixed, locking bridge. 2 volume, one tone, 5 way switch, 6 per side tuners on bound peghead with pearl logo inlay. That’s the King V, they started making in 1993. Do you think yours could be from around 1996? If yours isn’t at all like that, sorry to have wasted your time. Andrew

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      I am trying to sell my GGC 700. I don’t really know what it is worth. if you know or are interested email me at [email protected]

    • #52010
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      please help me

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    • #52009
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      Re:can someone tell me about danelectro dte-1 reel echo i want it to play the shadows sounds

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        : Re:can someone tell me about danelectro dte-1 reel echo i want it to play the shadows sounds Reply: there’s a guy named Ken Lecompte at Action Music in the US, or ebay actionkl that knows alot about Danelectro effects. Perhaps, he can help? Even if he doesn’t have the answer, he is one of those people who goes above & beyond the call of duty & is dedicated to providing whatever product and information he can, through years of experience, to musicians internationally. Strat Man Dwight

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      KAY N-1 archtop...can anyone date it?

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    • #52005
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      HELP!!!! ME!!!! I have an Epihone FlameKat it’s a beautiful guitar but I was playing it with a jacket with studs and it scrtched the back of my guitar all over in an area about the siz of a hand there is a few deep scratches that went through the 1st layer of paint and many other ones that just make it look ugly please help me what should I do!!!! Please help!!

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        That is a confusing concept.

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        This subject is dealt with at http://www.deaf-eddie.net. It is a very useful technical site and offers some very unique products that will set you apart from the crowd, via pickup phasing. Strat man Dwight

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      [The body of this post has been reconstituted from replies so it may differ from what was originally written.] I have aquired a Gibson Kalamazoo and can’t find out too much about it. I understand that George Harrison had one. If anyone can give me a clue on how much it mught be worth, if anything, it would be great. The serial number 1196 is stamped into the back of the head as is "made in the USA"

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        Never heard of a Kalamazoo model, kalamazoo is where the first gibson factory was located, some of the best guitars came out of that factory, im a bit sketchy with my gibson history, but didnt they move out of their and leave the sister company Epiphone to use it? a lot of the original guitar makers stayed and again they made some fantastic guitars under the epihone banner, then Epi’s went out to Korea, and i think Heritage guitars took it over, and they have it still, and there are some original gibson workers still there. did i get any of that wrong?? anyway, ive not heard of the kalamazoo model, your serial number points towards a 1902 model.

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        : I have aquired a Gibson Kalamazoo and can’t find out too much about it. I understand that George Harrison had one. : If anyone can give me a clue on how much it mught be worth, if anything, it would be great. : The serial number 1196 is stamped into the back of the head as is "made in the USA" Response: With that serial number being the best clue, I assume that it’s ink stamped, you may have a Les Paul Kalamazoo commissioned by Gibson in 1979 only, with 1959 features PLUS "Les Paul KM" engraved on truss rod covers, and cream coloured, covered pickups. This was Gibson’s first nationally distributed flametop re-issue. Early examples included a metal plate with engraved "Custom Made" logo just below the tailpiece. approx 1500 of this model were made at Gibson’s Kalamazoo plant. I do not know about George Harrison having one but it sounds good. Anyone else? Strat Man Dwight

    • #51988
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      Are wesly guitars any good because i want 2 learn how 2 play bass and i saw a nice lookin wesley gothic guitar on ebay but it was very cheap and i was wondering if any1 knos if there any good. Im into all types of metal so if u kno could u please email me thank you

    • #51987
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      Are wesly guitars any good because i want 2 learn how 2 play bass and i saw a nice lookin wesley gothic guitar on ebay but it was very cheap and i was wondering if any1 knos if there any good. Im into all types of metal so if u kno could u please email me thank you

    • #51984
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      hello can anibodi tell me whath my 12 string samick gitar is worth. he is made in korea before 1952 i thenk. sorry my englsh im a islender help me ….”’

      • #85980
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        : The original design on which the Fernandes unit is based comes from Maniac Music of Indianapolis. They make two models of their Sustainiac unit: the Model B, a heavy-duty stomp box that vibrates a metal plate you attach to the headstock, and a new compact Stealth model that can be installed in a humbucker cavity with an advanced pickup (Stealth’s base price is about $200). They do have a Web site.

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        Message for jonny: I did just put up a retrofit SUSTAINIAC system on ebay. Today is the 11.1.00

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        : Does any one know if there are any companies making a : pickup similar to the Sustainer on Fernandes guitars : that is suitable for retro fitting? I know about the : E-bow but that only works for single notes. : Jonny

    • #51973
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      The new Oscar Aleman’s News Letter has been published. One of the items is the release of the complete Argentinean Odeon recordings. Enjoy it: http://people.zeelandnet.nl/koerthchkz/news.htm

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        a set neck is a glued in neck, there is a pocket cut into the bodie of the guitar and then the neck is glued in like a tennon joint, 99% of all gibson guitars use this method, the other option is a bolt on neck, istead of using a permanent glue they bolt the neck in using screws, 99% of fenders use this option, which is the best?? it all depends on your ear, some people say set necks give more sustain, although gibson mainly use mahogany (better suited to glue) for their necks, and fender mainly use maple (better suited to screw in). the set neck option tends to be more expensive, bolt on cheaper. bolt on necks you can change about, they are genrally quite cheap to buy, bolt on maple necks are extremely strong, set neck mahogany are quite fragile, check out Pete Townshend, one swing of a Rickenbacker 330 (set neck mahogany) would produce electrifying results! one hit and its in a hundred peices, unlike the Fender Strats he used to try and smash up, you could often count 5 or 6 hard swings before even the first string broke!. so there you have it, if you prefer a rock sustain gibson type sound, then go for a set neck guitar, if you like the cutting blues tone of a fender, then go for the bolt on neck. everyone still awake??

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          : a set neck is a glued in neck, there is a pocket cut into the bodie of the guitar and then the neck is glued in like a tennon joint, 99% of all gibson guitars use this method, the other option is a bolt on neck, istead of using a permanent glue they bolt the neck in using screws, 99% of fenders use this option, which is the best?? it all depends on your ear, some people say set necks give more sustain, although gibson mainly use mahogany (better suited to glue) for their necks, and fender mainly use maple (better suited to screw in). the set neck option tends to be more expensive, bolt on cheaper. : bolt on necks you can change about, they are genrally quite cheap to buy, bolt on maple necks are extremely strong, set neck mahogany are quite fragile, check out Pete Townshend, one swing of a Rickenbacker 330 (set neck mahogany) would produce electrifying results! one hit and its in a hundred peices, unlike the Fender Strats he used to try and smash up, you could often count 5 or 6 hard swings before even the first string broke!. : so there you have it, if you prefer a rock sustain gibson type sound, then go for a set neck guitar, if you like the cutting blues tone of a fender, then go for the bolt on neck. : everyone still awake?? From the Strat House: Actually I was asleep. Building a 3 humbucker Strat and it is just smoking my brains with all the coil splits, phasing pickups with themselves, and others etc. But I got the neck "bolted on" no prob. Good answer Lee. Strat Man Dwight

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      [The body of this post has been reconstituted from replies so it may differ from what was originally written.] can anyone help me find any information about this guitar?! i’ve searched all over, but to no avail. PLZ help me Luv Jilly

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        : can anyone help me find any information about this guitar?! i’ve searched all over, but to no avail. PLZ help me : Luv Jilly With all due respect, could you mean the FG450? Strat man dwight

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          : : can anyone help me find any information about this guitar?! i’ve searched all over, but to no avail. PLZ help me : : Luv Jilly : With all due respect, could you mean the FG450? : Strat man dwight no strat man dwight, its an yamah sg450, it says it on the headstock and also on the pickups.

    • #51972
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      Does anyone have any idea where I might find sheet music from James King…specifically a song called "Bed by the Window"

    • #51957
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      Has anyone heard of a Washburn B-105 Force ABT 5 string bass? I have recently aquired one with shot electronics. Does anyone have a wiring schematic? Would greatly appreciate it.

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      Rickenbacker - aftermarket pickups anywhere?

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    • #51952
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      i have a 2000 yngwie strat–it doesnt say where it was made on the guitar—how can i tell ????

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        : well, best bang for the buck would be soundforge vegas pro, it’s at least reliable with recording on the fly to the hard drive. I do work for capcom and sony, never had a problem with demos for games, as for your computer, make sure you are y2k ready, meaning, windows 98 with all the servicepacks downloaded from microsoft or you won’t be able to use your new software. The best hardware to use is a Pentium II or III with 128 or higher ram and a genuine intel chipset on the motherboard, also use a udma/66 hard drive with the udma/66 interface card on the machine, hardware is relatively cheap so this should’nt be too painful, good luck…….

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      : I agree with Andrew here. The Marshall’s are muddy sounding and sometimes sound like the speakers are cracked or ratted out. I have a Crate GFX 65 with FlexWave Evolution 5 Tube Simulation lined in to a Marshall 8008 Valvestate Stereo (80 watts per side) rack mount power amp. The Marshall is mounted in a 4 x 10 cab that I custom built with Celestion speakers. I also have a 12 inch Carvin British Series (100 watt) extension speaker cab that I built. This gives a me total of 225 watts of power and the combination is unbelievable. I have about $700.00 in all of it and can walk all over my two friends full stack Marshall’s. They both have JCM 2000 TSL’s costing over three times what I’ve spent and neither of them can achieve the clean tone, distortion or sustain I get.

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      check it out..let me know what ya think….sounds fkn great http://www.axeshredder.com

      • #111235
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        : : PRESS RELEASE: Epinoisis Software Corporation. Octomber 14, 1999 : ________________________________________________________________________ : Epinoisis Software announces: : Digital Ear(r) for Windows 98/95 : Revolutionary Wave-to-MIDI conversion software. : For a FREE demo visit us at: http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : ________________________________________________________________________ : More information about Digital Ear(r) follows: : » What is Digital Ear(r)? : Digital Ear can analyze a recorded solo performance (e.g. a singing : human voice, or a musical instrument) and convert it a standard MIDI : file. That file can be send directly to any synthesizer or can be : imported to your favorite sequencer for mixing with other tracks, or : further processing. Digital ear reads standard PCM wave (.wav) files. : » Beyond «Pitch-to-MIDI» Conversion : Unlike conventional so-called «Pitch-to-MIDI» converters, Digital Ear : will send high-resolution pitch events closely matching that of your : original sound. Any vibrato, tremolo, pitch-bend, or portamento effects : of your recorded sound will be faithfully converted and reproduced into : any voice of your synthesizer. : » Pitch is Only the Beginning… : A unique capability of Digital Ear not found elsewhere, is that it can : capture and send to your MIDI synthesizer, detailed envelope and : harmonic content (brightness) events. Those features can boost your : synthesizer’s voice realism and enhance your musical expression. : Think of Digital Ear as your ultimate MIDI controller! : ________________________________________________________________________ : For more information visit : http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : Or email us at : [email protected] : ________________________________________________________________________

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        : : PRESS RELEASE: Epinoisis Software Corporation. Octomber 14, 1999 : ________________________________________________________________________ : Epinoisis Software announces: : Digital Ear(r) for Windows 98/95 : Revolutionary Wave-to-MIDI conversion software. : For a FREE demo visit us at: http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : ________________________________________________________________________ : More information about Digital Ear(r) follows: : » What is Digital Ear(r)? : Digital Ear can analyze a recorded solo performance (e.g. a singing : human voice, or a musical instrument) and convert it a standard MIDI : file. That file can be send directly to any synthesizer or can be : imported to your favorite sequencer for mixing with other tracks, or : further processing. Digital ear reads standard PCM wave (.wav) files. : » Beyond «Pitch-to-MIDI» Conversion : Unlike conventional so-called «Pitch-to-MIDI» converters, Digital Ear : will send high-resolution pitch events closely matching that of your : original sound. Any vibrato, tremolo, pitch-bend, or portamento effects : of your recorded sound will be faithfully converted and reproduced into : any voice of your synthesizer. : » Pitch is Only the Beginning… : A unique capability of Digital Ear not found elsewhere, is that it can : capture and send to your MIDI synthesizer, detailed envelope and : harmonic content (brightness) events. Those features can boost your : synthesizer’s voice realism and enhance your musical expression. : Think of Digital Ear as your ultimate MIDI controller! : ________________________________________________________________________ : For more information visit : http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : Or email us at : [email protected] : ________________________________________________________________________

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        : : PRESS RELEASE: Epinoisis Software Corporation. Octomber 14, 1999 : ________________________________________________________________________ : Epinoisis Software announces: : Digital Ear(r) for Windows 98/95 : Revolutionary Wave-to-MIDI conversion software. : For a FREE demo visit us at: http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : ________________________________________________________________________ : More information about Digital Ear(r) follows: : » What is Digital Ear(r)? : Digital Ear can analyze a recorded solo performance (e.g. a singing : human voice, or a musical instrument) and convert it a standard MIDI : file. That file can be send directly to any synthesizer or can be : imported to your favorite sequencer for mixing with other tracks, or : further processing. Digital ear reads standard PCM wave (.wav) files. : » Beyond «Pitch-to-MIDI» Conversion : Unlike conventional so-called «Pitch-to-MIDI» converters, Digital Ear : will send high-resolution pitch events closely matching that of your : original sound. Any vibrato, tremolo, pitch-bend, or portamento effects : of your recorded sound will be faithfully converted and reproduced into : any voice of your synthesizer. : » Pitch is Only the Beginning… : A unique capability of Digital Ear not found elsewhere, is that it can : capture and send to your MIDI synthesizer, detailed envelope and : harmonic content (brightness) events. Those features can boost your : synthesizer’s voice realism and enhance your musical expression. : Think of Digital Ear as your ultimate MIDI controller! : ________________________________________________________________________ : For more information visit : http://digitalear.iwarp.com/ : Or email us at : [email protected] : ________________________________________________________________________

    • #51945
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      Does anyone know what a 1985 Ibanez Lonestar series, LE450 model (electric solidbody nylon string)in excellent cond. is worth?

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      : im realy a cock sucking faggot, im sorry for any offence ive caused in the past, and im glad to be a gay gay pink tutu wearing scumbag lose. : please forgive me. Confession is always good for the soul. If you are not satisfied with the direction of your life and are morally challenged, there are many other websites where others are dealing with the same problems. They are found under many of the key words which you use. Personally, I think that tutus are getting excessively pricey anyhow (I need many in my line of work), along with the the standard habits and french maid costumes. Perhaps you could help people with their wardrobe issues. This is about music and gear, by the way. Brother, we love you and forgive you. It is important that you forgive yourself too. Sis "C" & the band

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      Re: Carlsbro Amps, how or where to get in USA

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        : I just purchased a white Ventura Doubleneck (12+6). : Does anyone have information about the guitar or company? I think it’s a Japanese model from the early 70’s. Value? Company info? History? Ventura was another name for Ibanez – so effectively, you have an Ibanez guitar! I have had a Dan Armstrong (see through) replica by Ventura and a friend of mine has had an SG replica from Ventura. Not bad stuff.

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        : I just purchased a white Ventura Doubleneck (12+6). : Does anyone have information about the guitar or company? I think it’s a Japanese model from the early 70’s. Value? Company info? History?

    • #51936
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      well i finally just got your pictures to work and first off, it isnt a floating tremolo system, its a double locking floyd rose that comes standard on quite a few LTD by ESP’s, in fact its the only system they use on solidbody electrics, its probably the most standard and best for the money, not too many other trems, let me refraise, NO other trem is as good as a floyd, even custom guitars use them all the time, have a nice day, thats just info on the trem, thats gunna be hard though cause even the best ibanez guitars with a trem use floyds. Trevor

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        : Hi, I’m wanting to know some easy Alternative Rock songs to play…I’m wanting them to use chords. I know all of the basic chords and some of the other ones…If you can help me, please make a responce or e-mail your comment to me. My e-mail address is [email protected]. Thanks…Bye : Da Jumpman

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        : Hi, I’m wanting to know some easy Alternative Rock songs to play…I’m wanting them to use chords. I know all of the basic chords and some of the other ones…If you can help me, please make a responce or e-mail your comment to me. My e-mail address is [email protected]. Thanks…Bye : Da Jumpman

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        I need to be able to play good ridence on the piano for a tribute concert i am doing. We are doing it at my school but we dont know the music!can somebody out there help. my email is [email protected]

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        : Hi, I’m wanting to know some easy Alternative Rock songs to play…I’m wanting them to use chords. I know all of the basic chords and some of the other ones…If you can help me, please make a responce or e-mail your comment to me. My e-mail address is [email protected]. Thanks…Bye : Da Jumpman

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      epiphone AJ-1512 12- string

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      Wiring Motherbuckers

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      I have one in great condition but the neck has a buzz on the g string at the 14th fret. What’s the best way to repair this. Probably adjust the truss rod.

      • #85587
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        if i am playing a C cord do i just find a C note and play a certain scale? please explain thanks mike

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      • #86112
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        Information on this guitar is available in the US at Sam Ash Music, try Dayton Ohio, ask for Dave or any knowledgeable permanent staff, such as the Manager. Daisy

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          : Information on this guitar is available in the US at Sam Ash Music, try Dayton Ohio, ask for Dave or any knowledgeable permanent staff, such as the Manager. : Daisy Perhaps you meant Columbus Ohio, check dealers http://www.samashmusic.com Strat man Dwight

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      Well i am not buying the pickup you see, i am buying an new guitar and replacing the bridge pickup then usin what i took out of the new guitar. So you think i should buy a new pick guard? Will changing all the pots and switches over bee smooth? I guess it would but just want to check.

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        : Well i am not buying the pickup you see, i am buying an new guitar and replacing the bridge pickup then usin what i took out of the new guitar. : So you think i should buy a new pick guard? : Will changing all the pots and switches over bee smooth? : I guess it would but just want to check. Response: Yes, changing over all of the pots, switches and any existing pickups to a new pickguard can be done without desoldering, or taking apart anything. Also gives you a good chance to insulate the guitar by sticking tin foil or aluminum tape to the guard, and trimming it with something like an X-acto knife so that it’s not showing. Higher price guards may already be insulated. Check that the screwholes on the new guard for mounting to the guitar’s body match the holes in the wood, unless you don’t mind making a few new ones. When I put the knobs on the pot shafts … if for some reason they have to come off & be repositioned, I use something like a credit card to pry them up, while rotating them. Don’t want to see you damage a new pickguard. All the best. Andrew

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        : I recently got a used Gibson LS Studio and want to change to new strings. I’m not totally clueless, I’ve played acoustic guitar for 3 yrs, so I know how to thread the tuners but I have no idea about the bridge, can someone tell me what to do. thanks

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      Yamaha APX-10

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    • #51875
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      Has anyone any information on this guitar ? What wood it is made of? I was told it is an early 1970’2 ( 72 – 73 ) Very nice looking acoustic jumbo body

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        : Has anyone any information on this guitar ? What wood it is made of? I was told it is an early 1970’2 ( 72 – 73 ) : Very nice looking acoustic jumbo body Did you by any chance mean ElDorado? Single, round cutaway hollow style. Arched spruce top with F holes & raised pickguard? Maple back/sides/neck. Adjustable ebony bridge, gold G trapeze tailpiece & 3 per side gold tuners. Natural and Sunburst mfd 1955 to 1970. 1968 – 70’s were Sunburst only. Nice guitar. Take care. strat Man Dwight

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      • #85418
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        there are some MIDI files available on the internet, most are not that good, but oyu can import them into a recording program and mute any parts you wish, there are some professional programs available which are very good, but you guessed it they cost money. you can make a start with http://www.midi.com there are thousands of sites dealing with these files.

    • #51859
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      About a year ago, I was hanging around my friend ryan’s house, and i noticed this strange, decrepid old gibson amp sitting in the corner of his basement, i asked him how the hell it got there (i had never noticed it before, the thing looks like a piece of retro furniture…) he said it had just been collecting dust and said to just take it if i wanted to fix it up. As far as I can tell (and i don’t know too much about amp wiring) it needs power tubes, a few preamp tubes, a speaker, a fuse, the power cord isn’t even grounded, and i’m betting i should go ahead and replace whatever components inside it. If anyone has any info on this interesting piece of equipment, by all means, tell me! I really need to find out what kind of power tubes it takes!

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      Gibson es 175d

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    • #51847
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      : I want to plug my guitar into the computer and create recordings so that I can burn onto CD. What is the best and easiest software to do this on?? PLease help! Big topic, lots of choice. I haven’t tried one yet but like the simplicity and features of the Tera Tec Producer Model or Phase 88 with Midi hardware included. I might have spelled this wrong, but with a little effort you can locate specs and dealers on the internet. Online Dealers’ computers & recording categories offer many options.

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        : : I want to plug my guitar into the computer and create recordings so that I can burn onto CD. What is the best and easiest software to do this on?? PLease help! : Big topic, lots of choice. I haven’t tried one yet but like the simplicity and features of the Tera Tec Producer Model or Phase 88 with Midi hardware included. I might have spelled this wrong, but with a little effort you can locate specs and dealers on the internet. Online Dealers’ computers & recording categories offer many options. I found it easily, spelled Terra Tec. Go to google. Andrew Listmayer

      • #85285
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        Hi! We are setting up a new music shop in the UK called Bum Note Music can Ernie Ball supply us with strings? Looking forward to hearing from you. Happy new year! Francis.

    • #51835
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      i just got a Washburn WP-80. can i get some info on it, like when it was made, the value for it today? i gave $600 for it, was that a good price?

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      I want to download free hindi film songs

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      • #85259
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        practice, practice, practice. after a while it comes to you, there is another way, you can damp the top string or the top 2 strings with your thumb, the thumb on the hand holding down the chord. stick with it.

        • #111149
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          I thought practising would be the answer just i sometimes miss the proper strings to strum and i thought that it didnt really help me since i wasn’t technically doing the right thing…. Thanks for the help!

    • #51822
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      Does anyone have one? I’ve never seen another one like mine anywhere. They don’t seem to exist..

      • #91037
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        I have one!! So that makes 2 in the world! Stuck DiMarzio pick-ups on mine and a pull-pot for series/parallel of the bridge coils. Plays really well but the whammy bar sucks. What do you think of yours? Clem

        • #91831
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          I dont play it much. Someone sold it to me for a really cheap price. It needs setting up properly. I prefer my Fender Strat. I was just wondering what kind of price I would put on it if i wanted to sell it..

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      Does anyone have one? I’ve never seen another one like mine anywhere. They don’t seem to exist..

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        : Does anyone have one? I’ve never seen another one like mine anywhere. They don’t seem to exist.. Ive got one but Ive never seen another one. Basically a 24 fret super strat with locking trem. As far as I can tell the body is made from two solid slabs of what looks like maple glued together. Ive put dimarzios in and it plays very nicely. Email me and I’ll send a photo if you like

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      : Hey Gang, : Just wondering if the Marshall EL34 50/50 or the EL100/100 stack up (no pun intended) to some of the competition out there for the foundation of a killer rack rig. A buddy of mine has a VHT that he paid almost $3,000 for and he said the Marshalls are warmer. : I finally have decided to make the investment to a top notch rack rig. I can’t afford to make any costly mistakes (again). Any advice would be appreciated. I’m also considering a Mesa Triaxis. Anyone out there have one? : Thanks : dd Hi Dave. Hopefully you’ll get some more opinions in the next little while. My Dad (Strat Man) really loves this site, but doesn’t want to speak first always, or too much. My friends play Marshall. Most of them, and we listeners find the sound pretty dirty and its tough to find a clean mode. I’m okay with Peavey, no problems. One of my Dad’s buddies has a Marshall amp and a Mesa Boogie rack power amp/pre-amp. Seems like the Mesa is in the too good to be true category. Everybody around here likes it cuz it can be clean, blazing and all things – it sounds excellent. Give them all a try if you can. Possible to rent some? Andrew, Rock It Science (Sound) labs, Advanced Guitar Technology

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        Thanks for the comments and advice, guys. I’ve got a lot of research to do. I want to get it right for once. I’ve made some expensive mistakes in the past. dd

    • #51808
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      Guys, g penasaran ama gitar parker, tentang kelebihannya-kekurangannya dan kenapa harganya bisa mahal kayak gitu- apakah diantara kalian ada yang pernah pake gitar parker- kalo ada gimana soundnya dll. Oh ya, tau nggak tempat untuk paling nggak bisa ngeliat gitar parker ini di Jakarta — thx all

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        I want one too. Strat Man Dwight

    • #51804
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      Just wondering what kinds of 2 12" cabinets (and speakers) people would recommend for a rack with a Marshall JMP1 and a Peavey 50/50 pwr. amp. I’ve been told that Celestion classic