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    • #46796
      Anonymous
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      i just bought a yamaki guitar, model AY 370-S i paid 230 for it with a hard case, i was wondering if anyone knows much about it or if that was a good deal or anything. Thanks

    • #46792
      Anonymous
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      Please check out The Pedrick-Hutson Guitar Duo’s new CD "Environs" at http://www.pedrickhutsonduo.com if you are looking for something different.

      • #97766
        Anonymous
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        Dear colleagues, I am classical guitar professor and composer from Belgrade-Serbia. I would like to send you my piece for guitar duo I have written recently, if you are interested in playing some new music. I could send it in pdf format and also mp3 demo by e-mail. I am waiting for your answer. Best regards, Nikola Starcevic

        • #114858
          Anonymous
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          Has anyone contacted you in reference to this offer? Please send an e-mail to the duo’s e-mail account if you are still interested in submitting your composition(s). We would be happy to receive and review anything you would like to send. Thank you for your interest. : Dear colleagues, : I am classical guitar professor and composer from Belgrade-Serbia. : I would like to send you my piece for guitar duo I have written recently, : if you are interested in playing some new music. I could send it in pdf format and also mp3 demo by e-mail. : I am waiting for your answer. : Best regards, : Nikola Starcevic

    • #46791
      Anonymous
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      Hi, looking for the FX86 schematic. Thanks in advance! email: [email protected]

    • #46787
      Anonymous
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      Could someone please send me a copy of the above if it exists. Thanking you in advance…

      • #97290
        Anonymous
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        : Could someone please send me a copy of the above if it exists. : Thanking you in advance…

        • #116303
          Anonymous
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          : : Could someone please send me a copy of the above if it exists. : : Thanking you in advance…

    • #46785
      Anonymous
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      Hi—Maybe someone can answer my question. I bought a 2000 Epiphone Texan, used, in 2001, for about $375. Now, a couple years later, I see that the Texan has been re-issued, selling for over a grand. How might this new Texan differ from my earlier one? Are the new ones simply over-priced or are the new ones using superior materials over previous Texans like mine? Thanks!

      • #97638
        Anonymous
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        The most famoust texans are from ’64 thru 66 because were used by mccartney in key songs such as yesterday. also al stewart used them extensively in the early seventies. prices are between 2k to 5k each for a sixties vintage. the reissues (elite texans) are nice copies but as always not quite the same you are like getting 500th or thereabouts. enjow

    • #46784
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      Whats the best guitar for a beginner?…I’ve heard the Epiphone Les Paul Special 2 is ideal…but i’ve also heard it sucks….that goes for the Ibanez GSA60 and the Peavey Raptor Plus as well…any sugestions?

      • #94238
        Anonymous
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        You will hear that about every guitar, best thing for a beginner is to try out a bunch in your price range and get the one that feels most comfortable and is decently built, you can worry about all the other stuff (pups, electronics etc) once you get good enough for it to matter. : Whats the best guitar for a beginner?…I’ve heard the Epiphone Les Paul Special 2 is ideal…but i’ve also heard it sucks….that goes for the Ibanez GSA60 and the Peavey Raptor Plus as well…any sugestions?

        • #112891
          Anonymous
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          : You will hear that about every guitar, best thing for a beginner is to try out a bunch in your price range and get the one that feels most comfortable and is decently built, you can worry about all the other stuff (pups, electronics etc) once you get good enough for it to matter. : : : Whats the best guitar for a beginner?…I’ve heard the Epiphone Les Paul Special 2 is ideal…but i’ve also heard it sucks….that goes for the Ibanez GSA60 and the Peavey Raptor Plus as well…any sugestions? I agree that you should try a # of guitars and one that feels best, sounds the best and has the best over-all value would be choice. I do have a few suggestions. Dont buy the epiphone as I have a high end Epiphone Les paul (List $999. Paid $600). and I hate the tuning keys and the high end OBL Lace pickups. The pickups have to be yanked and tuning keys replaced with grovers before you have a decent Epiphone Les Paul. Here is a few you should check out: Yamaha Pacifica PAC012 Strat syle that has a unique cutaway on the backside for $169.99. Lots of Kramer guitars @ MusicYo.com Ibanez RG Standard or GAX70 which looks like a PRS. Both for $199.99. If you like BC Rich you can get a Warlock for $169.99. You have a lot of options but I would suggest looking at MusicYo.com for the Kramers. The downside to that is, You cant play the guitar so you really dont know how it "feels". After you find your guitar, take it to a shop and have it set up.Intonation, action ect.. Otherwise you can hamper your sound. Good luck. -Dobie

    • #46782
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      Hi, there. I’m new in this group and need some tips to buy a multieffects. I live in Brazil and I don’t know too much about it. I’ve seen some digitech models (which names I don’t remember), and some said that it’s better than zoom. I’ve seen zoom gfx4 and gfx8, but didn’t try. I’ll not use it professionally, just for fun and for playing with friends. What is the best model for my profile (non professional player), in price, number of resources, etc.???? Thank you for your attention. Thanks a lot.

    • #46779
      Anonymous
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      Can someone tell me about this guitar,all i no is that i love it.

      • #100106
        Anonymous
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        Loha, In 1988 I recieved my first and still my favorite Aria pro 2 sl with the red and black smear design. CANT LET GO! I’m in Santa Fe, NM USA get me back at [email protected]. 1/31/05

    • #46775
      Anonymous
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      Just wanted to see if everybody could hang with this… http://www.demibarbito.com/halostorm.mp3 Demi

    • #46774
      Anonymous
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      im offering tabs for free. we swap files on this site and beleive in a NO TRADING POLICY we SWAP!

    • #46770
      Anonymous
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      Can you tell me how to reset my DIGITECH RP6..............

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    • #46769
      Anonymous
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      I like to play both country and heavy rock guitar. i have a digitech RP200a for sounds. is the laney TF100 or HCM65R suitable?

    • #46771
      Anonymous
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      I am a ’54 custom shop Fender pick up and i want to identificate my model, it is a neck or a bridge pick up, my pick up as a red point on the left of the logo "custom shop". Thnk’s for your reponse and sorry for my english !!!

    • #46765
      Anonymous
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      I have a "Michigan" guitar solid body and i want informations of this model, sorry for my english !

      • #92006
        Anonymous
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        I also have a guitar labelled as a "Michigan" but mine is more lile a 40s or 50s parlour style of steel accoustic guitar, fairly small bodied and no guitar experts I have spoken to have been able to give me any real info on the companyb that made it. If you find any, let me know, please. Alan

    • #46767
      Anonymous
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      I have just fall in love with Megadeth and just wish I could sound closer to Megadeth. Can anyone tell me the setting for BOSS ME-30 or BOSS MT-2 that would sound more like MEGADETH? Thanks

    • #46766
      Anonymous
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      I have just started reconditioning a Japanese Strat copy, and under the (old, painted over) head paint I could make out the words Global Sound Morris, with Morris in a different font. Anyone heard of it??

      • #95389
        Anonymous
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        : I have just started reconditioning a Japanese Strat copy, and under the (old, painted over) head paint I could make out the words Global Sound Morris, with Morris in a different font. Anyone heard of it?? Yep, I do own a vintage Morris guitar, too. They were said to be a low-cost offspring of Washburn at those days. Not the worst, you could buy. Mine sounds better every year 😉 Have fun with yours Karsten

    • #46764
      Anonymous
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      I tried to restring my jackson guitar & it has the floyd rose bridge,how do you restring & tune the bridge?

      • #94229
        Anonymous
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        : I tried to restring my jackson guitar & it has the floyd rose bridge,how do you restring & tune the bridge? well you need to replace and tune up one string at a time ad not take all the strings off at once so that you can tune one string at a time and not have to mes with it for hours to try and get it back in tune and at the zero position. I myself dont like the floyed roses on the jacksons the only company I found with good roses is Ibanez they are made for crazeaz like Vai and Satriani those ones never come out of tune but any other rose does.

    • #46763
      Anonymous
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      i NEED and acoustic bass, for semi-cheap i will buy or trade another bass for it, email me please!@

      • #94404
        Anonymous
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        Check out a Samick acoustic bass. They are pretty cheap $300-400 or so new. Call a few dealers to see who handles Samick product.

    • #46762
      Anonymous
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      i have a brand new ESP LTD bass, 4 string, played once, i payed $350 for it, but i will take $275 or best offer, contact me, at [email protected]

    • #46761
      Anonymous
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      HELP!!!! I have a marshall avt150 and i need help on the amp settings. Im looking for a hendrix or townshed sound. Thanks for your time.

    • #46755
      Anonymous
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      How much is one in pretty good condition worth.

    • #46756
      Anonymous
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      I FOUND THIS GUITAR AT A SALE, CHECKING IF ANYONE COULD GIVE ME INFO ON THIS, LIKE WHEN IT WAS MADE, AND A VAKUE ON IT. IT’S IN GOOD CONDITION AND PLAYS WELL.

      • #100484
        Anonymous
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        I bought mine for $140 in great condition, I love it… its a tough – durable constructed guitar and sounds great. Keeps its tuning for long time too. Usual value is $80 to $200 only but still a nice item.

    • #46753
      Anonymous
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      Anyone know what pedal effects and what’s the efx setting did eric draven use in the movie The Crow? If any1 know…pls email me…plss…try listening to his solo. Eric Draven – The Crow(guitar solo)

    • #46749
      Anonymous
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      I have a guitar given to me by my aunt. It is at least 40 years old I think. It has a symbol at the top of the head stock. It is a goldish color(the symbol)and cosits of what looks like yin yang peices in a cicle, forming a star in the centre of the circle with dots alternating between yin yang peices. It has a serial # inside the guitar where the neck is attached. it is: WO201279 if any one could help me with this I would greatly appreciate it

      • #101855
        Anonymous
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        Ever have any luck? I have a guitar I just bought with the same number in the same spot. But mine has no decal on head stick.

    • #46750
      Anonymous
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      I have a 1998 Oscar Schmidt OE 30 hollow body electric in excellent shape with hard shell case. Also, a 2000 Fender Strat / Tex Mex w/o case. This has a humbucker for the bridge and is a Mexican made unit. Please let me know the worth of these two units. Thanks Roy

      • #94249
        Anonymous
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        : I have a 1998 Oscar Schmidt OE 30 hollow body electric in excellent shape with hard shell case. : Also, a 2000 Fender Strat / Tex Mex w/o case. This has a humbucker for the bridge and is a Mexican made unit. Please let me know the worth of these two units. : Thanks : Roy the fat strat would have a value of about 200.00 depending on it’s condition. al

    • #46746
      Anonymous
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      can anybody say where i could order a new one. it would be very helpful because i cant play anymore

    • #46747
      Anonymous
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      I’m planning on buying a new guitar soon and i need to know what the deal with powered pickups is. What exactly do they do for your sound? If you have powered pickups do you have to have them powered or can you use them like regular pickups?

    • #46743
      Anonymous
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      Anyone ever heard of this brand? ( Hall & sons)

      • #89984
        Anonymous
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        : Anyone ever heard of this brand? : ( Hall & sons) We have a Hall and Sons guitar and sold another one a few years ago. They are late 1800’s models in coffin shaped cases. I know the company was in New York, but am trying to find out more info about them.

    • #46741
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      westone thunder 1a

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    • #46740
      Anonymous
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      Hi, I’ve searched the net for any tabs or sheet mucis for Buckethead’s stuff(especially on the Praxis discs) but I haven’t managed to find anything. I was wondering if anyone here knows wether there even are BH tabs or not? I’m also looking for similiar shred guitar tabs and sheet music (any sites with free downloads?) so any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance ~Chris

    • #46735
      Anonymous
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      Hello I have a Line6 Flextone 2 that has a 1/4" jack for an external speaker. I wanted to send the Line 6 signal to a Peavey Renown 400. Where in the peavey can I put the 1/4"? Would putting it in the input do damage? There is also a preamp in and a preamp out. Can I use those? If anyone could suggest a link where I could learn the basics of how pre amps work, I would appreciate it. Thanks Dave

      • #94549
        Anonymous
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        Jeesus! Dont put the speaker out from one amp into the input of another amp. It will kill it. The preamp beefs upthe very small signal output from the guitar so that the poweramp can amplify it further to drive the speaker. A guitar outputs voltages in the millivolt range (thousanth of a volt) whereas a speaker is driven by as much as 50 to 100 volts. The only option you have is to find the "line out" or "effects out" of you amp (low voltage) and plug this into the input of the other amp.You could also take the headphone out from one amp to the input of the other one if necessary but this is not a very nice solution. The other option is to split the signal at your guitar (a "Y" connector) run two leads, one to each amp. You can plug the speaker out of an amp only to a spearker box (quad, PA speaker, you know). Have fun! Simon

    • #46734
      Anonymous
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      does any body have the tabs for defiance of exisitence the new old man’s child cd if you do e-mail them to me

    • #46731
      Anonymous
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      I have gibson acoustic Guitar on the back of the end it says LGN and then a number 624605 Help? Any information would be helpful

    • #46732
      Anonymous
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      Hi: I’m new here and am a fan and player of post war blues. I am learnig to play the slide and would like to here from like minded brother and sisters out there that love the blues. I like all blues it’s a life style for me and one hot passion. E-mail me lets talk da blues. RMG

      • #97368
        Anonymous
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        : Hi: : I’m new here and am a fan and player of post war blues. I am learnig to play the slide and would like to here from like minded brother and sisters out there that love the blues. I like all blues it’s a life style for me and one hot passion. E-mail me lets talk da blues. : RMG Hi: I Have a Steel Bar for Sliding on My Acoustic Steel string Tuned to 440 standard Spanish Style. As You Get Comfortable With Any Type of Slide You Can Play With The = Two Middle String’s At the Same Time = D and G. Play them Open and then Place Your Slide Onto the Fretboard On the Same two String’s: Now Place The Slide Onto The Second Fret’s, Of Those Open String’sand Pluck the String’s and Slide the Slide Up To the 12’th Fret’s and Pluck Your Middle String’s As The First Slide And The Second Position And Then The Third , Then Slide Up To The 15’th Fret And This Is the Octave And G Major Note’s As The Lower Register Was The Original Form For Open Stru\ing Slide up And Slide Up Again And Again. This Is Easyer Then It Sound’s And Then You Can , Explore Slow and Medium Tempo’s And Phasing A Structured But Spontainiouse Expression Of You Own. Have A Glass Slide or Steel or Brass?. There are Six Open String Tuning’s For Dorbro Slide Delta and 12 Bar Blues = Tune to A Open E Maj.

    • #46726
      Anonymous
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      I want to restring my 12-string. I have a bunch of strings hanging around and don’t know which are which? Anyone help me?

      • #95410
        Anonymous
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        : I want to restring my 12-string. I have a bunch of strings hanging around and don’t know which are which? Anyone help me? Its really simple… you string the guitar normally using the thickest strings starting with the top most space and skipping one every time (thickest at the top right!!) then you go along with the thinnest strings (again going in thickness order… starting with the thickest) and fill in the gaps. So when its done it will look like this(looking at the guitar from the front): thick string E ————————- Deepest thin string e ————————- thick string A ————————- thin string a ————————- thick string D ————————- thin string d ————————- thick string G ————————- thin string g ————————- thick string B ————————- thin string b ————————- thick string E ————————- thin string e ————————- Highest i’m not totally sure about the exact tuning… but i do know that the highest two pitched sets of strins ie this lowest four string on the guitar are tuned to the sme note. All of the others are one or two octves apart… i forget!

    • #46727
      Anonymous
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      Anybody got a jagstang in good condition and wanna sell it cheap?

      • #112927
        Anonymous
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        :could someone with i jagstang please e-mail me telling me about its fechers because i have heard a lot of bullshit

      • #94232
        Anonymous
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        : Anybody got a jagstang in good condition and wanna sell it cheap? ill but it what the price

      • #94239
        Anonymous
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        : Anybody got a jagstang in good condition and wanna sell it cheap?

        • #98399
          Anonymous
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          : : Anybody got a jagstang in good condition and wanna sell it cheap? I’ve got one the neck is snapped but i heard they’re pretty easy to fix. I went crazy on stage sorry! oh yeah i got a bit bored and tried to unsuccessfully cut the body into a "Les Paul" shape. I even tried to modify the input and fix it on the bottom of the body. I tried to fit a different pick-up at the bridge, that also too went a little bit wrong. There is now a nail stuck in my bridge humbucker, it gives a great original effect though, and people often ask me what amp and effects pedals i use! I just have to be honest and tell them that i simply nailed a regular 9 inch steel nail into my bridge humbucker with a shoe. Despite the decription i can assure you it is an original Fender Jagstang, signed by Kurt himself. Although you can unfortunately no longer see the signature due too a bad paint job! I am willing to sell it cheap though maybe £500?

        • #97363
          Anonymous
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          Does anybody have a fender jagstang and want to sell it cheap… Highest price $350.00 Please e mail me as soon as possible! Can be used or new, as long as it is in good shape… Thank you. Alex

          • #98834
            Anonymous
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            RU still looking? My son needs cash fast, has a red Jagstang in good shape, #U020036. location, central Connecticut. : Does anybody have a fender jagstang and want to sell it cheap… Highest price $350.00 Please e mail me as soon as possible! Can be used or new, as long as it is in good shape… Thank you. : Alex

    • #46725
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m having problems trying to activate my volume and wah pedals on my Behringer Ft. Cntrl. Can someone help me please? E-Mail me thanks.

    • #46721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have any presets for the Mesa Triaxis or the G-Major? If so please E-mail them to me it would be greatly appreciated.

      • #89300
        Anonymous
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        Yeah, I have loads of presets. I got them from an other dude. I’m at work now, so I can’t send you anything. Send me a mail to this address and I’ll help you out. Cheers, Harm : Does anyone have any presets for the Mesa Triaxis or the G-Major? If so please E-mail them to me it would be greatly appreciated.

    • #46720
      Anonymous
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      I have a Fender Hoher ST Special electric quitar and I was wondering what its worth?

    • #46722
      Anonymous
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      Scanned Tabs for trade

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    • #46716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      could anyone help me to make the solo guitar sound of owner of a lonely heart? Thanks

      • #85775
        Anonymous
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        : could anyone help me to make the solo guitar sound SIV of Eric Johnson? : Thanks

    • #46714
      Anonymous
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      Yo, I know very little about guitars so i have a question, a local music store has a sale on the BC Rich Warlock Bronze Series this week and in the pic it has the Widow Headstock…yet every one i’ve seen on the net just has the pointed headstock…at first i just thought they had maybe used a pic of the platinum series but it only has one tone and one volume just like the bronze does….so my question is…can you buy the Bronze Warlock with a Widow Headstock?

      • #93756
        Anonymous
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        I HAVE A WARLOCK WITH WIDOW HEAD STOCK, BLACK WITH WHITE TRIM, VERY RARE. EMAIL ME WITH QUESTIONS [email protected] . THANKS, SCOTT

      • #96797
        Anonymous
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      • #96780
        Anonymous
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        <a href="http://www.about-contact-lenses.com">colored contact lenses</a>

      • #95088
        Anonymous
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        Be careful! I have a Platinum Series Warlock, no black widow headstock, and it only has one tone and one volume control. yet strangely enough, it says "Platinum Series on the headstock, and it sounds like a platinum, not like the Bronze that I was playing in the store before I bought it. The platinum and the NJ series are the two best BC RICH’s in my opinion. Strangely enough, my Warlock came with a Floyd Rose that I’ve never seen on any other BC RICH. Nice little touch when your playing your guts out. It also gives the Warlock wanking abilities. Go figure. -DEMO-DAN : Yo, I know very little about guitars so i have a question, a local music store has a sale on the BC Rich Warlock Bronze Series this week and in the pic it has the Widow Headstock…yet every one i’ve seen on the net just has the pointed headstock…at first i just thought they had maybe used a pic of the platinum series but it only has one tone and one volume just like the bronze does….so my question is…can you buy the Bronze Warlock with a Widow Headstock?

      • #94970
        Anonymous
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        I LIVE IN ROCKWALL TX AND I WAS WONDERING WERE I CAN GET THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR USED WARLOCK? THANX 😐

      • #95014
        Anonymous
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        I LIVE IN ROCKWALL TX AND I WAS WONDERING WERE I CAN GET THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR USED WARLOCK? THANX 😐

      • #94086
        Anonymous
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        first off …. dont listen to that meatwad … secondly … you do realize that "bronze series" is about the WORST BC Rich you can buy ??? why not save a few more pennies and buy a NJ Series or Platinum ??? i just bought a NJ Series Mockingbird for $200 on EBAY

        • #94246
          Anonymous
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          Alright thanks man

      • #94094
        Anonymous
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        No you can’t get a bronze witha widow headstock because i have the bronze one.

      • #94093
        Anonymous
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        No you can’t get a bronze witha widow headstock because i have the bronze one.

        • #113199
          Anonymous
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          : No you can’t get a bronze witha widow headstock because i have the bronze one. -I WOULD JUST LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT ~YES~ YOU CAN GET A BRONZE WITH THE WIDOW HEADSTOCK. THE ONES THAT COME IN THE GUITAR KIT WITH AMP AND OTHER STUFF HAVE THE WIDOW HEADSTOCK.

    • #46709
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      Rare Vintage electric guitars:  Tosca and Gambles

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    • #46707
      Anonymous
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      what, are u all crazy the floyd will never get boring not in a million years u dumba##’s…never

    • #46705
      Anonymous
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      Anyone have or know where I can get the chord chart/ tablature for this tune? Thanks again.

      • #97760
        Anonymous
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        Did you have any luck finding this? If not I’ll work it out the hard way this w/e. Cheers : Anyone have or know where I can get the chord chart/ tablature for this tune? Thanks again.

    • #46703
      Anonymous
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      Is there a reasonably priced footswitch besides the j3 which can be used with this amp? Would the digitech fs300 work? Thanks to all.

    • #46701
      Anonymous
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      My Fender Strat has a dead 17th fret. What causes this and how can I correct it myself? I religously change my strings and the action feels right to me.

      • #94082
        Anonymous
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        either truss rod is too tight … or bridge saddles arent adjusted properly … =]

      • #93947
        Anonymous
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        Go to http://www.siogo.com/tips.htm and see if that has an answer your problem, although if your fret is looose i dont think you can fix it yourself.

    • #46698
      Anonymous
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      I need some help on wiring a bass i made with 2 humbuckers (i dont know what kind) and a volume knob

    • #46693
      Anonymous
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      one string is an octuve different. what do i do to tune this string?

      • #80645
        Anonymous
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        strings 1 and 2 have a pair of unison strings (same string) and 3 through 6 have octave strings above. The octave strings are exactly that. OCTAVE strings. So if your 3rd string is a G then the little octave string above is also a G

      • #113525
        Anonymous
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        : one string is an octuve different. what do i do to tune this string? FIRST rub the strings down with kim- chee. SECOND slam your head in a big bowl of rice. THIRD smash the geetar over your head and shove egg rolls up your butt! I bet your tuned now!!BUDDY!! hear that one hand clapping ?¿ THATS BECAUSE ITS SLAPPING THE SHIT OUT OF YOUR FACE:)!! hope this helped! i have a degree in KFC FINGER LICKIN GOOD!! ROCK ON YEEEEEHAW!

      • #94241
        Anonymous
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        : one string is an octuve different. what do i do to tune this string? just tune the extra six with the one above it its not as hard as you think just like playing one. (good luck)

    • #46694
      Anonymous
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      I have a avt 150 that´s been giving me a lot of problems. if any body knows were i can find the Schematics please tell me

      • #84035
        Anonymous
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        I have the avt150 combo, and it’s been giving me tons of problems. And to top it all off the place I bought it from is being jerks about it. I just changed the tube about a month ago and the sound is getting crapier by the day… The feedback is horrible and the sound is muddy and bassy… a few months back it smelled of smoke when it was cranked… I wish I could help ya, but it looks like we’re both in the same boat.

    • #46695
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      Gibson Hummingbird, mid 1960’s; James D Gregory, mid 1980’s, serial #001. Seeking value of both. thanks, Davis

    • #46692
      Anonymous
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      "James D. Gregory" acoustic guitar built in mid 1980’s serial number "001" seeking value. Davis

    • #46691
      Anonymous
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      Howdy all, due to tough times I am selling my reissue 1952 Telecaster. The link is: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2559978815&category=38083&rd=1

    • #46689
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      Do i really need to know almost all these scales and modes to have a decent solo…Like Aeolian, Lydian, Phyrgian ect…I’v been using a common easy chord change(D,A,G) but i still can’t come up with a solo that goes a little way higher up the neck… Please give some feedback….

      • #93931
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        To get a decent solo, no you don’t have to know a bunch of modes and stuff, but many guitarist that know a large number of scales are more suited to make a more creative and better lick(solo)…my advice would be to use some major scales in the chord change you said, just try and be creative,and it will come easily to you..

    • #46688
      Anonymous
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      I’ve got an old 4×12 speaker cab made by TUSC. I am looking for info on the value of this peice. Anyone anyone…..Bueller

    • #46686
      Anonymous
      Guest

      thank you Miguel

    • #46685
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I was pissed when i saw the 100 greatest guitarists list put out by Rolling Stone. I dont think it was accurate at all(Other than Hendrix being first obviously). I was just wonderin what you guys thought?

    • #46687
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have the chords and tabs to this song??? It’s the best ever!! If you know it, please e-mail it to me at: [email protected] Thank you :0)

      • #88806
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Does anyone have the chords and tabs to this song? I ve been looking for ages : If you know it, please e-mail it to me at: [email protected] Thank you

    • #46684
      Anonymous
      Guest

      my dad gave me this Framus 12 string acoustic couple years back… nice sound, and just a fun guitar to play. i know where it was made and all that… but i cannot fine ANYTHING on the model # or the serial #… it’s: model : 5/097 serial : 20233 if you have ANY news or info about this… gimme a shout. thanks! 🙂

      • #94385
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : my dad gave me this Framus 12 string acoustic couple years back… nice sound, and just a fun guitar to play. i know where it was made and all that… but i cannot fine ANYTHING on the model # or the serial #… it’s: I posted the same quest. only on a 6string, prob about the same age. I e-mailed framus but they don’t keep records of old guitars – they gave me this ad to contact, but haven’t had a reply yet:Vlado Hansal,Landwusterstrasse 16, D- 08258,Wernitzgrun, Germany…supposed to be a framus collector and expert. : model : 5/097 : serial : 20233 : if you have ANY news or info about this… gimme a shout. thanks! 🙂

    • #46683
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      ive only been playing guitar for a little over 2 years now and already having a musical background ive been learning everything on my own but im confused about one aspect of guitar playing,how necessary are bar chords ive noticed some players who dont seem to throw that fretting finger up to much and others who dont let it down.whats the deal?

      • #112983
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you want to really shred like that Kevin Burrell guy from Blue Sky Mile, you’ve gotta learn barre chords.

      • #94855
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you want to really shred like that Kevin Burrell guy from Blue Sky Mile, you’ve gotta learn barre chords.

      • #94227
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You kinda need barre chords for most ‘modern’ music and for the reason stated by the other post, also barring allows for easier fills between chords i.e. with a barre in place (like a capo) you generally in a scale position. : ive only been playing guitar for a little over 2 years now and already having a musical background ive been learning everything on my own but im confused about one aspect of guitar playing,how necessary are bar chords ive noticed some players who dont seem to throw that fretting finger up to much and others who dont let it down.whats the deal?

      • #94255
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You have a musical background already, so you understand chords and octaves. Barre chords are used to facilitate easy chord changes, they also put you in a different octave, which is cool sometimes. does this help?

    • #46681
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have the following for trade: Bonham – The Disregard Of Timekeeping Guitar tablature. 94 pages. JPG format. 2480 x 3507 pixels. 300 DPI. 64MB uncompressed or 45.5MB compressed as zip file. Scanned from the Hal Leonard songbook transcribed by David Whitehill and published in 1991 in the USA. Contains the songs The Disregard Of Timekeeping, Wait For You, Bringing Me Down, Guilty, Holding On Forever, Dreams, Don’t Walk Away, Playing To Win, Cross Me And See, Just Another Day, Room For Us All. I’m looking to trade full book for full book. If you’re interested, send your trade list to [email protected]

    • #46682
      Anonymous
      Guest

      We’re giving away a free guitar and amp just for checking out our website and the bands we’re promoting. 1 Entry per person… It’s a Gibson Epiphone and a Marshall Mini Stack… check out… http://www.battleofthefans.com

      • #97696
        Anonymous
        Guest

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        • #115160
          Anonymous
          Guest

          i have never seen the battleofthefans but it looks cool but i have wanted a guitar for i long time but i cant i dont have the money

      • #94076
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : We’re giving away a free guitar and amp just for checking out our website and the bands we’re promoting. 1 Entry per person… It’s a Gibson Epiphone and a Marshall Mini Stack… check out… : http://www.battleofthefans.com

        • #115521
          Anonymous
          Guest

          im glad someone is doing something like this cause i really want one

        • #96783
          Anonymous
          Guest

          what is the dead live for this contest. i am so glad you guys are doing this because i need a new one.

          • #113339
            Anonymous
            Guest

            : what is the dead line for this contest. i am so glad you guys are doing this because i need a new one.

    • #46679
      Anonymous
      Guest

      just hi

    • #46680
      Anonymous
      Guest

      kod lagu

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    • #46678
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, Let me know what you think of my effects! http://www.mercurysfortune.com/effector13/ I’m looking for dealers, both on the web, as well as home-town shops. Email me with your comments : [email protected] peace, -tim

      • #95679
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my internet has been down forever. i am emailing you tonight. peace.

    • #46675
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I recently bought an almost new ibanez rg270. The problem i’ve been finding is that after the pain- staking task of tuning the guitar using a chromatic tuner i find that the strings quickly get out of tune. In fact by the time that i finish tuning all 6 strings the lower strings are slightly out of tune and if i was to use the tremolo…forget it, i’d have to do it all over again. What could the problem be? i’ve noticed that the fine tuners don’t screw down smooth which might mean the screw is stripped (so i screwed them down all the way)…could this be the cause?

      • #94682
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the reason they go out of tune when you finish tuning is because the spring tension on your tremolo doesnt match the strig gauge. in order for the tremolo to "hover" in the middle of is range of motion with the strings in tune, you will either need to open the back of the guitar and adjust the springs, or change the gauge of strings to the same ones that were on it when you bought the guitar. as for the strings going out of tune when you use the tremolo, its probably beacause yoy dont have a locking tremolo system such as a floyd rose, and there is nothing you can do about it besided replace it. : I recently bought an almost new ibanez rg270. The problem i’ve been finding is that after the pain- staking task of tuning the guitar using a chromatic tuner i find that the strings quickly get out of tune. In fact by the time that i finish tuning all 6 strings the lower strings are slightly out of tune and if i was to use the tremolo…forget it, i’d have to do it all over again. What could the problem be? i’ve noticed that the fine tuners don’t screw down smooth which might mean the screw is stripped (so i screwed them down all the way)…could this be the cause?

        • #98941
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Hi I have a similar problem with my RG270, I Allowed my guitar tutor to set the guitar up, by adding more springs to the floyd rose, but he told me that there was a desighn problem with the way that the strings are locked off at the bridge, he told me that it was common for the strings to go down into a special locking block which stoped the tuning going wrong, and he told me that he has never seen a floyd rose design like the one on the Ibanez RG270, the big problem is that the pitch is raised when the trem is pulled back and sharpened when the trem is pushed forward, he seems to think the bridge does not return to its point of rest creating tuning problems. (the guitar is second hand and may be worn a little) so what can be replaced to fix this?

      • #94089
        Anonymous
        Guest

        bring it back to where you bought it … tell em they did a "sh*t a*& job" at setting that guitar up … tell them your problem … and ask them to adjust the tremolo tension =]

    • #46676
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, does anyone know where I can get a wiring diagram for a Gretsch Tennessean Electric guitar? Keith Crocker

    • #46674
      Anonymous
      Guest

      have a rare ef375sw[d] ser#83041951 takimine martin headstock model has factory pickup toggle switch last 2 frets are dummys and are pickups [factory] bought new in 79 anyone know the value or seen one

      • #93792
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : have a rare ef375sw[d] ser#83041951 takimine martin headstock model has factory pickup toggle switch last 2 frets are dummys and are pickups [factory] bought new in 83 anyone know the value or seen one

        • #115601
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : have a rare ef375sw[d] ser#83041951 takimine martin headstock model has factory pickup toggle switch last 2 frets are dummys and are pickups [factory] bought new in 83 anyone know the value or seen one

          • #121411
            Anonymous
            Guest

            it’s not worth much. Do you want to sell it?

    • #46673
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello of people I is from Germany searches penetrates tabs from megadeth metallica more slayer kiss maiden and so on who has which has some tabs in stock. Tosten

      • #93790
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if you are looking to buy go to ebay, looking to download just do a google search or try wholenote.com, harmonycentral.com… etc etc. : Hello of people I is from Germany searches penetrates tabs from : megadeth metallica more slayer kiss maiden and so on who has which has : some tabs in stock. : Tosten

        • #112609
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : if you are looking to buy go to ebay, looking to download just do a google search or try wholenote.com, harmonycentral.com… etc etc. : : Hello of people I is from Germany searches penetrates tabs from : : megadeth metallica more slayer kiss maiden and so on who has which has : : some tabs in stock. : : Tosten

    • #46670
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone help to I.D my guitar.It is an accoustic with logo missing from head.Serial no inside reads:K 300.Headstock not slotted.Main feature is that back and sides are highly coloured in the grain{artificially in autumn colours}.No tailpiece bridge has "turned-up moustache"shape.There is no scratchplate but holes on the surface suggest that there was two scratchplates either side of sound hole I would be glad of any info on this Thank you Pete…

    • #46671
      Anonymous
      Guest

      come and visit http://earth.prohosting.com/~lunaticm/ What is considered the best Marshall Amp for excellent "wet" distortion. by "wet" i mean "meaty", "chunky", "maximum" and "death metal"???

    • #46669
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I [being an idiot] did not know about the battery for the GT6. I have lost all of my user pre-sets. Is there some way you can save your pre-sets to a PC. I do not have a sequencer or anything like that. Cheers, Jim.

    • #46667
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The active electronics on my bass have failed. Does anybody know where I can source replacement parts. I live in Malaysia!!

      • #93789
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ebay is a good place to start though alot of people won’t ship to that part of the world because of the rampant CC fraud, try japan/hong kong/singapore dealers too, don’t know whats in malaysia but alot of dealers in those countries and not too far from you. : The active electronics on my bass have failed. Does anybody know where I can source replacement parts. I live in Malaysia!!

        • #94379
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Dear sir , I am a businessman based in the United States of America,i have chains of businesses in some west african countries . we deals on the importation and sales of all foreign electrical wires,in large quantities for onward transfer to our country for use. please if you are interested to supply us,forward me the following: (1)THE TYPE YOU HAVE THAT CAN BE USED FOR INDUSTRIES. (2) THE MEASUREMENTS:LENGTH AND THICKNESS. (3)THE PRICES OF THE WIRES AVAILABLE. AS SOON I RECEIVED A SIGNAL FROM YOU ABOUT YOUR INTEREST,I WILL INFORM MY DIRECTORS IN THE COUNTRY, WHERE IT WAS NEEDED MOST TO COMMUNICATE WITH YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ANTICIPATED CONCERN. YOURS FAITHFULLY, DR ERNEST OBI

        • #94399
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Dear sir , I am a businessman based in the United States of America,i have chains of businesses in some west african countries . we deals on the importation and sales of all foreign electrical wires,in large quantities for onward transfer to our country for use. please if you are interested to supply us,forward me the following: (1)THE TYPE YOU HAVE THAT CAN BE USED FOR INDUSTRIES. (2) THE MEASUREMENTS:LENGTH AND THICKNESS. (3)THE PRICES OF THE WIRES AVAILABLE. AS SOON I RECEIVED A SIGNAL FROM YOU ABOUT YOUR INTEREST,I WILL INFORM MY DIRECTORS IN THE COUNTRY, WHERE IT WAS NEEDED MOST TO COMMUNICATE WITH YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ANTICIPATED CONCERN. YOURS FAITHFULLY, DR ERNEST OBI

    • #46666
      Anonymous
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      I have a beautiful 1971 fender fat strat. I wanna know how much it’s worth….. I also have pics if you need to see. let me know….

      • #83201
        Anonymous
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        Hi there, i have a 1971 fender strat, and i was just curious on how much it’s worth in Canadian dollars. It’s in great condition, but is missing the whammy bar. Thank you

    • #46668
      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #46664
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Guy,s I need to know a little about this guitar , How rare are they and what are they worth? Mine still has the back cover it play,s great and sound,s incredible , If the price is right i will sell it for photo,s ser # email [email protected]

      • #97442
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i will buy trade or anything for a vintage vox phantom guitar i lost a bet on ebay and have been trying to find one since. if u have or know where to get one of these fine guitars id appreciate it if u e mail me.

    • #46665
      Anonymous
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      i have a question.. well dur otherwise i wouldnt be posting this here would i? does ne one know how tom morello get that high sound in the song The Last Remaining Light on Audioslave?(the cd)

      • #93953
        Anonymous
        Guest

        He has a Wah Wah pedal and sets the strings up a couple octaves. He usualy does it 2 octaves like in ashes in the fall and war within a breath.

        • #111650
          Anonymous
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          But I don’t understand. How? How play 2 octaves high and normal melody…KILLERMAN

          • #111963
            Anonymous
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            : But I don’t understand. How? How play 2 octaves high and normal melody…KILLERMAN It is called using a whammy pedal

        • #94699
          Anonymous
          Guest

          When using a digitech xp100 wah pedal set it to patch 14.

          • #95113
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Tom morello is the best guitarist ever

            • #98073
              Anonymous
              Guest

              : Tom morello is the best guitarist ever

              • #114611
                Anonymous
                Guest

                You guys realise its a whammy, right?

            • #97211
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Tom Morello is GOD

            • #95538
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Tom Morello gets that sound by setting one of the pickups to 0 volume and another to 10 then when u flip the toggle switch it acts as kill switch. Along with scratching u can make the wanted sound. Along with regular effects of course.

    • #46663
      Anonymous
      Guest

      when i turned on the Triple Rectifier Solo Head, letting it sit in standby for a little while and everything, i turned it to normal mode, and i heard the guitar for a second but then one of the tubes burnt out and the amp turned off and now it won’t come back on. is this something that can be fixed by something simple like replacing the tubes or am i looking at either taking it to a repair shop or getting it replaced?

      • #93796
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I would inspect it and if nothing else is fried just replace the tube, they just go sometimes, if the replacement blows then you’ll have to figure it out or take it to a shop, if you do it yourself and aren’t used to working on tube amps do a little research first as you can really hurt (even kill) yourself or worse damage the amp further :). : when i turned on the Triple Rectifier Solo Head, letting it sit in standby for a little while and everything, i turned it to normal mode, and i heard the guitar for a second but then one of the tubes burnt out and the amp turned off and now it won’t come back on. is this something that can be fixed by something simple like replacing the tubes or am i looking at either taking it to a repair shop or getting it replaced?

        • #114482
          Anonymous
          Guest

          sounds like a short to me, the reason it wont turn on is because when it shorted from the failed tube the fuse blew, replace it with a matching slo-blo type and then pull out the suspected tube, try turning the amp on while leaving it in standby (this will not hurt the amp) if it doesnt short and blow the fuse again youve found the culprit.

    • #46662
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i bought a junker les paul copy and it needed a nut. i got one. its the right width but it sticks up way too high. I have 2 questions. 1. Whats the stanard way o making the nut thinner? File the back down? cut it with something? 2. What sort of glue works for gluing a plastic nut to a wooden neck? Id be very greatful for any sugestions of if somone knows a website that has this info. thanks Abe

      • #112778
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No matter how you do it you will probably need to have the nut filed to get the right action on your neck. I wouldn’t attempt that myself. If you screw it up you get to buy another nut and try again. As far as glue goes, polyurethane works well. : i bought a junker les paul copy and it needed a nut. i got one. its the right width but it sticks up way too high. I have 2 questions. : 1. Whats the stanard way o making the nut thinner? File the back down? cut it with something? : 2. What sort of glue works for gluing a plastic nut to a wooden neck? : Id be very greatful for any sugestions of if somone knows a website that has this info. : thanks : Abe

        • #112901
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yeah it’s hard to ‘hand file’ one perfectly even, better if you have access to a percision gringing machine or line it up in a vise and file down even to the top of the vise then touch up, that works well when you are taking a fair amount off. Poly is fine for setting it, just remember it is mainly held in place by string pressure so don’t go to town with the ‘glue’ or the next time it’s replaced it’s going to be a pain in the ass to get out and might take wood with it. : No matter how you do it you will probably need to have the nut filed to get the right action on your neck. I wouldn’t attempt that myself. If you screw it up you get to buy another nut and try again. As far as glue goes, polyurethane works well. : : i bought a junker les paul copy and it needed a nut. i got one. its the right width but it sticks up way too high. I have 2 questions. : : 1. Whats the stanard way o making the nut thinner? File the back down? cut it with something? : : 2. What sort of glue works for gluing a plastic nut to a wooden neck? : : Id be very greatful for any sugestions of if somone knows a website that has this info. : : thanks : : Abe

    • #46661
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Damn it man i need more gain!!! I’ve got one of those sovtek 50 watt tube combo amps, there pretty cool, kind of featureless though. I need more tube overdrive. It seems 3 12ax7’s preamp tubes ain’t enough in this here day & age of distortion density. I’d like the procedure for installing a additional (forth) pre-amp tube, i know i need a 12ax7 socket installed & thats about all i know. got a diagram, schematic, or direct me to a website that has info on tube amp DIY mods, if not a bowl of clam chowder and a brand new hat will do fine. Thanks eh. From one bench tweaker to another. Monster… "The king of unanswered threads"…

      • #83348
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I wouldn’t hack up a perfectly good amp for more gain.Use a pedal.Or if not sell the amp to someone who wants that sound and get one you like.You may add a tube and find out that it sounds terrible w/ it added and then that amp turns into a worthless POS w/ no resale value,and someone that likes that tone misses out too. Just my oppinion : Damn it man i need more gain!!! : I’ve got one of those sovtek 50 watt tube combo amps, there pretty cool, kind of featureless though. I need more tube overdrive. It seems 3 12ax7’s preamp tubes ain’t enough in this here day & age of distortion density. I’d like the procedure for installing a additional (forth) pre-amp tube, i know i need a 12ax7 socket installed & thats about all i know. got a diagram, schematic, or direct me to a website that has info on tube amp DIY mods, if not a bowl of clam chowder and a brand new hat will do fine. Thanks eh. From one bench tweaker to another. Monster… "The king of unanswered threads"…

      • #93934
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There is another possible alternative. Change the tone control circuit. I’m not familiar with the amp you have. However I’ve built several tube amps. In most circuits you have a volume, bass & treble between the first and second stage. Take out the bass & treble because they soak up too much gain and just have a volume there. That’s your gain control. After the second stage put another volume and with it a simple old-time tone control. You are using the same three pots now just relabeled. Another trick for more gain is to lower the value of the feedback resistor. Email me for schematic and details. dwin

      • #93793
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Try the amp boards at: webervst.com or tdpri.com (‘bigcookie’ is the guy to ask at the tdpri) , from what I know it’s not that simple but people at those boards will know the deal. : Damn it man i need more gain!!! : I’ve got one of those sovtek 50 watt tube combo amps, there pretty cool, kind of featureless though. I need more tube overdrive. It seems 3 12ax7’s preamp tubes ain’t enough in this here day & age of distortion density. I’d like the procedure for installing a additional (forth) pre-amp tube, i know i need a 12ax7 socket installed & thats about all i know. got a diagram, schematic, or direct me to a website that has info on tube amp DIY mods, if not a bowl of clam chowder and a brand new hat will do fine. Thanks eh. From one bench tweaker to another. Monster… "The king of unanswered threads"…

    • #46655
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Michael Nickens is the greatest undiscovered guitarist of all time.Check it out at http://www.michaelnickens.com

      • #88232
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Happened to see Michael Nickens’ performances in Houston, TX back in the ’90’s. This performer is the most riviting guitarist I have ever heard. Glad to see he is in Austin. No doubt he will be picked up soon, that is, signed as a recording artist. Candy whoever you are you are correct.

        • #102014
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Candy’s last name used to be the same as his, but alas, no more. I happen to know both from a very long time ago and I’m sure I was at the concert you mentioned in Houston. I would have been the scary big guy with sunglasses and a long, black trenchcoat that now happily resides in Bulgaria with Zefezdomir Keremedchiev.

    • #46656
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello, I have an old acoustic Epiphone guitar. There is a blue label inside that states the style as EC100 and the serial number is 982169. I can’t find any information on this particular model with this serial number. The label lists Epiphone’s address as Kalamazoo, MI and the label also says "UNION MADE". Can anyone tell me the history of this guitar? Thanks.

    • #46657
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi just wondering if anyone knows the difference between these two guitars. Info on the net is scarce and they both look identical from the pics i have seen. Thanks.

      • #102321
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I have had mine for about 10 years and overall it is a good guitar. It has withstood being dropped many times. : Hi just wondering if anyone knows the difference between these two guitars. Info on the net is scarce and they both look identical from the pics i have seen. : Thanks.

    • #46651
      Anonymous
      Guest

      your site is very good

    • #46649
      Anonymous
      Guest

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    • #46650
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hi, I was recently given an unloved strat-style body/neck with no electronics. I want to turn into a signature series Tom Delonge strat. I.e bridge hum, volume control and jack. I was wondering if anyone could give me the correct wiring diagram as i am on a bit of a budget and dont want to buy any unnecessary components. Thanks. Christian

      • #93801
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you can buy a pre-loaded pickguard thru ebay for about $200 +/- …. solder your ground and output and its good-to-go

      • #93787
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go to http://www.seymourduncan.com and click on support. It will give you the option of seeing tons of wiring diagrams that are really easy to follow. Of course you will need a Duncan Invader which runs around $70 to $80 something. The volume pots will be around $5 or so. The jack another couple of bucks. You might also want a treble bleed. It is all really easy to do.

    • #46648
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I can modifing your amp like dumble!

    • #46640
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i just happened on a smokin deal on one ..($150) to be exact … only problem is the tremolo doesnt work … i looked at the schematics .. and being that im no electrician i couldnt find anything about the tremolo system …im just curious if mebbe the tremolo was controlled by a tube or not … this information could help to narrow down why it isnt working … thanks, deformed_one

      • #96928
        Anonymous
        Guest

        both the trem and reverb are tube… my trem works and it is amazing! good luck : i just happened on a smokin deal on one ..($150) to be exact … only problem is the tremolo doesnt work … : i looked at the schematics .. and being that im no electrician i couldnt find anything about the tremolo system …im just curious if mebbe the tremolo was controlled by a tube or not … this information could help to narrow down why it isnt working … : thanks, : deformed_one

    • #46641
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone know the pin configuration for the power adapter on a digitech RP5? I lost the transformer (wall wart) for mine and either need another one or the pin layout. Thanks…

      • #94693
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : Anyone know the pin configuration for the power adapter on a digitech RP5? I lost the transformer (wall wart) for mine and either need another one or the pin layout. Thanks… its a 4 din plug. part no. ps0920-240b. input 240vac-50/6hz. output 9vac-2.2amp. good luck the packs are rearer than rocking-horse crap.

    • #46639
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am after a patch to give a supa fuzz to an ME6 like the sound used by Jack White – White Stripes. Can anyone help?

      • #93471
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am after a patch to give a supa fuzz to an ME6 like the sound used by Jack White – White Stripes. : Can anyone help? Hi, I’m also a user of the ME6 BOSS but i don’t have a good configuration for the peddles, do you have some great combinations? Please let me know! Thx, Luk

    • #46638
      Anonymous
      Guest

      wich pickups i should buy to play deathmetal like dying fetus, cannibal corpse, nile???

      • #93803
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Go with a Dimarzio X2N or Dropsonic. The X2N has the highest output of any passive pickup, really screams, and the Dropsonic just sounds awsome and works really well with drop tunings.

    • #46634
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hello there i search for a place where i can find some guitar effect gt3 patches presets like ; SANTANA LED ZEPPELIN QUEEN PINK FLOYD Z Z TOP ETC, I found some of them with my J Station amp. simulator but i can’t did the same with my GT3.. If you can help me i would appreciate. Thank Ricky

      • #83879
        Anonymous
        Guest

        where did you find this patches?…if anybody know sites with patches…..write to me plzzzz!

    • #46632
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am looking for the guitar cords for the song "thankful" by Kelly Clarkson. "Thankful" is also the name of her CD, but I need the cords for the song "thankful" on that very CD. If you could help me that would be so wonderful!!!

      • #93942
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I am looking for the guitar cords for the song "thankful" by Kelly Clarkson. "Thankful" is also the name of her CD, but I need the cords for the song "thankful" on that very CD. If you could help me that would be so wonderful!!!

        • #94688
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : : I am looking for the guitar cords and or music for the song "Thank you" by the Beatles

        • #94681
          Anonymous
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          : : I am looking for the guitar cords for the song "thankful" by Kelly Clarkson. "Thankful" is also the name of her CD, but I need the cords for the song "thankful" on that very CD. If you could help me that would be so wonderful!!!

          • #113813
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            : : : I am looking for the guitar cords for the song "thankful" by Kelly Clarkson. "Thankful" is also the name of her CD, but I need the cords for the song "Low" on that very CD. If you could help me that would be so wonderful!!!

          • #113841
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            : : : I am looking for the guitar cords for the song "thankful" by Kelly Clarkson. "Thankful" is also the name of her CD, but I need the cords for the song "Low" on that very CD. If you could help me that would be so wonderful!!!

    • #46633
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      i have an red esp ltd mh-301 and a boss gt-3 for sale [email protected]

      • #97093
        Anonymous
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        how much are you asking for the MH-301?

      • #102446
        Anonymous
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        do you still have the gt-3 for sale…..if so how much are you asking

      • #97551
        Anonymous
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        how much for the gt-3???

    • #46631
      Anonymous
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      would like to get history ‘value ownership history only#9-0250

    • #46627
      Anonymous
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      I HAVE A 93/94 TAKAMINE EN-10C(AN) SER#93050889 POSSIBLY KOA WOOD, VERY GOOD SHAPE AM CONSIDERING TRADING FOR NEW MARTIN. WOULD LIKE A BALLPARK VALUE

      • #90426
        Anonymous
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        : I HAVE A takamine 6 string guitar with a preamp in excellentcondition ser# is 90022152 model # FP-360CG . would like a fair selling price. thanks mike

      • #93175
        Anonymous
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        :i have a 1960/1968 teisco electric with sun burst paint and an ivy vine pick guarde. im curiouse to the guitars basic value. considering it is in mint condition, other than needing some sauderung work.

      • #81932
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        : I HAVE A ’68 Baldwin ‘vibraslim’, handbuilt by James Burns (Fairly good condition) : Features a scroll head, in two tone black-red colour. Im intrigued as to how much it is worth

    • #46622
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      HI!I’m looking for Boss GT-3 patches sounding similar to Joe Satriani,Steve Lukather and Steve Vai’s distorted guitar in .TXT format.These,that i’ve found,couldn’t be downloaded because of some broken links in the Internet.

    • #46623
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      I’m trying to get an Angus Young sound from my guitar, I have a Gibson SG, and Peavy Bandit AMP and a Boss ME30 pedal. Does anyone know any good setting to get that Angus sound?

      • #116030
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        The only way to sound like Angus is to use an SG, no fx, and a Marshall JTM 45 head thru a 1960 cab. Play most of the rythym stuff with the pickup (bridge) at about 6 then whack it up to 10 for the lead. If you watch Angus live he’s always fiddling with the volume pot. As for the amp, keep the eq at around 5 or 6 on all pots, it will differ from room to room so be prepared to tweak, keep the presence around 3-4 and hit the master volume up to 7 or 8. Hey presto….You sound like Angus. Now go and practice for about 30 years cos you are not going to play like him!

      • #95685
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        : I’m trying to get an Angus Young sound from my guitar, I have a Gibson SG, and Peavy Bandit AMP and a Boss ME30 pedal. Does anyone know any good setting to get that Angus sound? Copy and paste this URL into your address box; it’s an interview with Angus, and he talks about his sound. http://www.gibson.com/whatsnew/pressrelease/2001/jan24a.html

      • #95702
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        : I’m trying to get an Angus Young sound from my guitar, I have a Gibson SG, and Peavy Bandit AMP and a Boss ME30 pedal. Does anyone know any good setting to get that Angus sound? A Marshall amp helps. Barring that, the Peavey is not a bad amp; but remember that Angus uses a rather clean, un-processed sound. So don’t make the mistake of sounding like Metallica when trying to get an Angus sound. I read that he like his tone controls straight up (5?) but might add a touch of bass (6 or so). Keep the gain higher, and the master volume lower, to err on the side of a cleaner overall sound. This will teach you to play cleaner, as there won’t be much distortion and sustain to cover up sloppy playing (not that you play sloppy!). The cool thing is, with the cleaner sound, it’s easier for the audience to hear and appreciate the notes being played; instead of having to deal with a muddled wall of sound (to much gain and distortion). Those are my thoughts.

        • #109894
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          : : I’m trying to get an Angus Young sound from my guitar, I have a Fender Strat, and Marshall MG15 AMP and a . Does anyone know any good setting to get that Angus sound? : A Marshall amp helps. Barring that, the Peavey is not a bad amp; but remember that Angus uses a rather clean, un-processed sound. So don’t make the mistake of sounding like Metallica when trying to get an Angus sound. I read that he like his tone controls straight up (5?) but might add a touch of bass (6 or so). Keep the gain higher, and the master volume lower, to err on the side of a cleaner overall sound. This will teach you to play cleaner, as there won’t be much distortion and sustain to cover up sloppy playing (not that you play sloppy!). The cool thing is, with the cleaner sound, it’s easier for the audience to hear and appreciate the notes being played; instead of having to deal with a muddled wall of sound (to much gain and distortion). : Those are my thoughts.

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          Oops! I meant keep the gain LOWER, and the master set to where you want it. The lower the gain, the less crunch, overdrive, distortion–and more accurate Angus sound. I’m in an AC/DC tribute band, so I’ve spent a lot of time figuring this sound out. Check out our site… : : I’m trying to get an Angus Young sound from my guitar, I have a Gibson SG, and Peavy Bandit AMP and a Boss ME30 pedal. Does anyone know any good setting to get that Angus sound? : A Marshall amp helps. Barring that, the Peavey is not a bad amp; but remember that Angus uses a rather clean, un-processed sound. So don’t make the mistake of sounding like Metallica when trying to get an Angus sound. I read that he like his tone controls straight up (5?) but might add a touch of bass (6 or so). Keep the gain higher, and the master volume lower, to err on the side of a cleaner overall sound. This will teach you to play cleaner, as there won’t be much distortion and sustain to cover up sloppy playing (not that you play sloppy!). The cool thing is, with the cleaner sound, it’s easier for the audience to hear and appreciate the notes being played; instead of having to deal with a muddled wall of sound (to much gain and distortion). : Those are my thoughts.

    • #46618
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      This is the all new 3rd edition of " IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION – A Beginner’s Guide To Starting A Record Label", only $24.99. The web’s best seller for newbies is now a perfect bound paperback book!!! We now accept secure credit card orders on-line 24-hours daily! For more information and ordering options visit : http://www.FutureMix.biz

      • #99425
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        The record label, Lame Rekords, is for sale. The site is temporarily disabled (until someone buys it, then we’ll put it back to the way it’s supposed to be), so http://www.LameRekords.com doesn’t work, but you can still see the pages if you go to http://www.LameRekords.com/index1.html The home link will take you to the error page, but that will be changed when someone buys it. It’s just to keep people from submitting anything to us. We also own http://www.LameRecords.com incase you don’t like the K. Right now, it forwards to http://www.LameRekords.com We recently upgraded (last week, actually) to a new server, and had to install a better message board. It uses a mySQL database, so it’s fast loading. You’ll receive the website already completed, any adjustments to the site you want, both domains names, the contract we used and a different contract that we chose not to use, several ebooks on marketing and the music business, 2 CD printers for short run production (these are life savers), 200 printable CDs (100 white and 100 silver), a list of places where we buy our supplies (shirts, CDs, ink, ect.), an ebook on screen printing (high-quality t-shirts and hats. Great for selling to bands), and support from us. Anytime you run into a problem or just have a question, I’ll be here to help. I’ll also be here to help with any problem related to the site. Another thing, we were planning for an online radio station, Lame Radio, where we would promote our bands by playing their songs. We had a custom-designed MP3 player in the works, but has not been finished. If you’re interested in that, I’ll make sure it gets done and help you get everything going. I also have a database of bands from Ohio, plus several sites with unsigned bands. We primarily focused on bands from our state, Ohio, so that’s why I only have an Ohio band database. If you’re interested in a database of bands from anywhere, I could help with that. My Ohio database has over 500 bands and lists their name, genre, city, website, and contact email address. Why are we selling? I’m graduating in December with my degree in Interactive Media. It’s programming, web design, and audio/video. My friend is in the Live Sound and Commercial Broadcast degree, so we had a couple of classes together. I had a mixer and microphones for live sound for my band, and he was interested in recording. I told him about some recording equipment and he went out and bought it. When my brother’s band needed to record, I asked my friend if he would be interested in using my mics and mixer with his equipment to record my brother’s band. That’s how Lame Rekords was started. I never really wanted a label, I just wanted to record as programming and web design was more of what I wanted to do, and audio/video was just a hobby. He said his girlfriend was going to help with the booking and promoting and our name was Lame Rekords. The domain was available, so they told me to get it. I was never really big on the K in Rekords. The domain with a C was also available, so I got that one, too. I made 4 designs, and he didn’t like them. He wanted me to do four more. His girlfriend picked one and said to quit working so hard. As a label, we weren’t really doing anything. We recorded my brother’s band and I found out my friend has no idea what he’s doing. He never used the recording stuff before. He had it for 6 months and only ever used 1 channel at a time. We’re playing around for 2 hours trying to get this to work. He would also want money, just for showing up. He counted the two hours he tried setting up his equipment and wanted paid for those 2 hours. He was taking 80% of the money. All he had to do was show up with his computer, sit there while I set up my mics, then press a button. Then, it came time we needed more equipment. He was making 80% of the money, but magically, he had nothing when it came time to buy stuff. I had to buy everything while he played with his Freddy Krugger hand. Yes, he bought one of those plastic toy hands with the claws on it. He took all the money, I mean all the money, and spent it on food, movies, and toys. He still wanted 80% of the money. Part of that money was going to his girlfriend who not only bought nothing, but also did nothing…ever. Then, he wants to subcontract the work to the audio teacher at our school. He actually told me all he does it puts on 1 effect and then burns the track to a CD. He doesn’t spend any time at all mixing or mastering. Just the 1 effect which takes two clicks. There’s stuff we recorded months ago that’s still not done. He’s lazy. He claims it’s because he doesn’t have any more CD-Rs. He can’t afford them. After all the money we made, he can’t afford a $10 pack of blank CDs. Recently, his computer had problems and he took it back to the dealer because it was under warranty. It’s going to be the first of the year before he gets it back, so we decided now would be the best time to quit. I would already have graduated and probably moving to a bigger city, and even if I still wanted to do some recording, I would probably get my own gear by then. I have no intentions of keeping a label, maybe a studio, but nothing more. This is a great opportunity (if you are starting this by yourself, or at least with people who car) if you are interested in running your own label. For more info and if you have questions, email me at [email protected]

    • #46614
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      This is a BEAUTIFUL looking and sounding guitar, it has a 5 band EQ and sounds remarkable plugged in. I paid a little over $800CDN for the guitar and hardshell case. I will take the first $600CDN Email me at [email protected] if interested. Thanks Jay

    • #46613
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      hey does anyone hear know anything about memphis electric guitars? email me – [email protected]

      • #89365
        Anonymous
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        I’ve got a 22fret hardbody "Memphis" electric guitar, it’s a "explorer" style. I got it in a pawnshop it plays great looks awesome, sounds better and plays louder than my friends B.C. Rich Warlock. I’d like to know more about them and their worth, email me, [email protected]

      • #114520
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        I have 2 memphis’s , I have the Les Paul copy and the 335 copy, I really like memphis alot, from what i have heard about them they were primary begginer guitars, and not made as well as the other copies brands made. But i would put my Memphis 335 agianst any gibson : hey does anyone hear know anything about memphis electric guitars? email me – [email protected]

      • #80466
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        I do have a memphis guitar i dont konw nothing about this guitar but i like it and i havent found any information on the web if you do email me

      • #80447
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        Hey, I also have an memphis electric guitar and i can’t find any info about it either… plz email me if you find some info about them. My email is : [email protected]

      • #95095
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        : hey does anyone hear know anything about memphis electric guitars? email me – [email protected]

        • #98972
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          : : hey does anyone hear know anything about memphis electric guitars? email me – [email protected] Try this site-http://websearch.cs.com/cs/redir?src=websearch&requestId=34594bf879171d3b&clickedItemRank=22&userQuery=memphis+electric+guitar&clickedItemURN=http%3A%2F%2Fstore.bluebookinc.com%2Fdownloads%2FBrowseCategory.asp%3FProduct%3Delectricguitar%26Heading%3D630&invocationType=next&fromPage=CSNextPrev

        • #113049
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          I have one too…Cant find any info anywhere…still looking, I’ll let you know what I find. Please do same.

    • #46611
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      I have a semick 12 string ( dreadnoughtmodel sw 115-12 Anyone know it’s value?

    • #46612
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      a gibson les paul classic cherry sunburst with serial number 012996. Can anyone tell me how old the guitar is ? is it a 2001 / 2002 /2003 ? What’s the general rule to find out how old it is by the serial number ? thanks for an answer

    • #46610
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      My courent setup is guitar-wireless-wah-volume-frontend of the amp (Mesa Boogie Road King), delay-chorus in to the effects loop. I want to add a digitech whammy and a boss EQ, I think the whammy should be on the front end of the amp but I’m not sure. And where should the EQ be in the front end of the amp or the effects loop or does it matter. Any detailed imput would be helpful Thanks

    • #46608
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      any advice on upgrades for the pickups on an epi paul? the guitar is otherwise perfect. i’ve played lots of gibson pauls that didn’t feel as good as my epi.

      • #93519
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        Depends on what you like to play and what you want your sound to be. Do you have a meple top or just solid mahogony? That makes a difference on the warmth of the natural sound of the wood.

    • #46609
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      Is it possible to bridge solid state amps? I have two, each sounds awsome, but the sound I’m looking for is a mix of the two. Will it hurt anything to bridge them in to one mono 4×12 cabinet?

    • #46604
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      I would like to purchase one

    • #46603
      Anonymous
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      Can you update me on the latest GT5/6 PEDALS AND LIST PRICES PLEASE

    • #46601
      Anonymous
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      I also have an ESP LTD MH-301 (red) guitar for sale or exchange thank you for your time Miguel

    • #46600
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      hi i want to get a bc rich mockingbird electric guitar and repaint to fernandes mg-145s electric with yellow body with red hearts and little love me spank me and stupid? writings on it. I can’t get that model anywhere in the north america only in japan is available. here is a picture of a fernandes mg 145s that i wanna paint tohttp://www.yuumusic.com/fernandesmg145shy.html this is a pic of what i will repaint with.http://imagehost.vendio.com/bin/viewimage.x/00000000/vohnjamm/BCR_PlatMock_MetBlu_B.JPG?allow_track_link=1&track=0224cbd733-1695&pt=bidpay&sp=1 1. What to use to remove paint/where to buy? 2. Step on how to repaint/ clearly step by step pls thanks very much

      • #84176
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        looking how to repaint an electric guitar…start here http://home.flash.net/~guitars/ReRanch101.html#clear coats

      • #93668
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        im trying to do the same thing man hide rocks! have u found anything out yet?

        • #115288
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          i opened my guitar its of red color & i want to repaint it in Chrome how can i do that …….plz e-mail me about this matter

        • #94254
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          Hi there, I’ve been talking with Ben back and forth over the past week or so. I live in Japan and am able to purchase these guitars brand-new. The larger MS-145 model is far more expensive than the Yellowhearts model that they also sell. I sell the Fernandes Yellowhearts model for $400 plus $100 shipping anywhere in the world. I accept payment via Paypal, Bidpay or postal money order. If you are interested, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I am also the only online seller of Hello Kitty guitars. Best, Karen

        • #112819
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          ya i found out at http://www.bigheadguitars.com thatt they will repaint one for 400 for body and the head stock for 75 including return shipping and insurance. He said theres a discount if we bring in more than 1 i might bring in 2.

    • #46594
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      ORIGINAL SCANNED GUITAR TAB TRADE - A LOT OF BOOKS!!!

      This popular thread has been given its own page : ORIGINAL SCANNED GUITAR TAB TRADE – A LOT OF BOOKS!!!

    • #46592
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      how can you do leads on the guiatr

      • #93503
        Anonymous
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        practice yer scales/modes to start : how can you do leads on the guiatr

    • #46593
      Anonymous
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      What guitar equipment do the distillers use? I want to learn an easy way to play lead punk guitar, and want to improve my rythm playing.Oh, and is my silvertone by samick sg model guitar good for punk rock, and what is the best and cheapest punk rock distortion pedal? Please help me out here and email me please!!! Thanx alot!!!

    • #46588
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      perfect shape, I have all pics and specs for it. some specs include, active seymour duncan electronics, active basslines pickups, ebony neck with rosewood fingerboard. lots of controls. still have warranty stuff too. if your interested email me. i’m in north carolina! thanks

      • #90425
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        Is this bass still available? Is it fretted or fretless? I think you mean it has a maple neck with ebony fretboard (or maple with rosewood fretboard), not ebony with rosewood. Please send information and pictures if still selling. Regards, Craig

    • #46589
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      I have a ’50s Stella with a trapeze tail piece. I need a new bridge for it and I am not having much luck finding one. Help.

      • #113240
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        I don’t think you’ll find one even on ebay..the trapeze tailpieces sometimes come up, but the bridge is just a crude and simple sliver of hardwood. They are simple to make from a scrap of maple or similar hardwood. If you can get have a look at another Stella you’ll see how simple they really are. Cut a scrap with a hacksw, file and sand it to shape, stain it with black ink, rub in some wax to finish it..notch it for strings, job done!! Either that or I’ll make you one!!! I’ve done lots of Stella restorations…these baby’s usually need a neck re-set to get the action right, but otherwise they go on for ever.

    • #46587
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      have an old Charvel Model 6, made in Japan in the late 80s. I love the single coil pickups but don’t know what they are. Thay only have the Jackson logo on them and I have been able to find that Jackson called them JC-100 I believe. It looks as if it were made by EMG, it is passive. I want more of them but don’t know what they are, and neither does EMG, I contacted them. Does anyone know what todays equivalent is and where I can get them? Part 2: I love the center PU on my Ibanez RG-550 as well and can only determine that it is a S1 or part number 3PU1J1S1B2. What is it, what can I buy that is the same?

    • #46585
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      can someone pleeaase tell me who really invented the electric guitar? i hane to do a project for school…

      • #94398
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        : can someone pleeaase tell me who really invented the electric guitar? i have to do a project for school…

      • #94394
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        : can someone pleeaase tell me who really invented the electric guitar? i have to do a project for school…

      • #93501
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        Technically it was Lester Paulfus (Les Paul). I believe he hooked up a phonograph needle to an acoustic in order to amplify the signal for playing in a bar. Start your research with him. : can someone pleeaase tell me who really invented the electric guitar? i hane to do a project for school…

    • #46586
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      my bewtefull and gently portative digistudio Boss BR8 is distroed one year ago!!!, and i can^t find operatiom sistem or any drivers … Please – HELP!!!!

    • #46584
      Anonymous
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      THANKS

    • #46581
      Anonymous
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      hey,i need some charvel floyd tremolo mounts,the steel inserts that press down into the body and the tremolo fulcrums screw into.can anybody help??

    • #46582
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Megadeth – Rust In Peace Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction Megadeth – Youthanasia Metadeth – Cryptic Writings Megadeth – Risk Metallica – Kill ‘Em All Metallica – Ride The Lightning (for Guitar, Bass and Drums) Metallica – Master Of Puppets Metallica – And Justice For All (for Guitar and Bass) Metallica – Black Album Metallica – Load Metallica – Reload Metallica – Garage Inc. 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Bach For Electric Guitar (With MP3) J.M. Goldstein – Joe’s Guitar Method Towards A Jazz Improviser’s Technique John Petrucci – Rock Discipline Book John Petrucci – Young Guitar Martin Taylor – Guitar Method (With MP3) Marty Friedman – Melodic Control (With Video) Marty Friedman – Guitar School Articles Michael Romeo – The Guitar Chapter X Mike Levine – Country Rock Riffs (With MP3) Mike Stern – Ultimate Play Along (With MP3) Musician Institute – The Diminished Scale Book For Guitar (With MP3) Paul Gilbert – Terryfing Guitar Trip Ralph Towner – Improvisation and Technique for Classical And Acoustic Guitar Richie Kotzen – Rock Chops Robben Ford – Blues For Guitar Ron Eschete – Chord-Melody Phrases For Guitar (With MP3) Rusty Cooley – Extreme Pentatonics Rusty Cooley – Shred Guitar Manifesto Rusty Cooley – The Art Of Picking Steve Trovato – Essential Rhytm Guitar (With MP3) Steve Vai – Guitar Styles & Techniques Troy Stetina & Tony Burton – Speed And Thrash Metal Guitar Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 1 Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 2 ((( MAGAZINES ))) Guitar Instruction – Sweep Picking (Frank Gamble) Guitar Player – Studio Rhythm Secrets (Chris Standring) Guitar Techniques – 10 Ways To Improve Your Picking Technique Guitar Techniques – B.B. King Guitar Style Guitar Techniques – Chromatic Soloing Guitar Techniques – Dominant Scales Guitar Techniques – Essential Blues Scale Licks Guitar Techniques – Frank Gambale Masterclass Part I Guitar Techniques – Frank Gamble Master Class Part II Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 1 Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 2 Guitar Techniques – Harmonics Lesson Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 1 Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 2 Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 3 Guitar Techniques – Jazz Blues Rhytm Guitar Techniques – Jazz Bumblefoot Masterclass Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 1 Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 2 Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 3 Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 4 Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 1 Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 2 Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 3 Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 4 Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 5 Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part I Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part II Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Scale Positions Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Lesson 3 Guitar Techniques – Red Hot Metal Licks Guitar Techniques – Rhytmmic Discplacement Guitar Techniques – Soloing Over Major Traids Guitar Techniques – Steve Morse, A Lesson From The Master Guitar Techniques – Tapping With 8 Fingers Guitar Techniques – Vinnie Moore Master Class II Fast Track Disc Instruction – Chords & Scales Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 1 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 2 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 3 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 4 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 5 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 6 Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 7 ((( SONGS ))) Black Sabbath – Paranoid Eric Clapton – Layla Helloween – I Want Out Joe Satriani – Midnight Joe Satriani – Summer Song Joe Satriani – Day At The Beach Joe Satriani – Tears In The Rain Joe Satriani – The Feeling Judas Priest – Breaking The Law Judas Priest – Electric Eye Judas Priest – Free Wheelburning Judas Priest – Hard As Iron Judas Priest – Hell Bent For Leather Judas Priest – I’m a Rocker Judas Priest – Living After Midnight Judas Priest – Metal Gods Judas Priest – Night Comes Down Judas Priest – Ram It Down Judas Priest – Rock Hard Ride Free Judas Priest – Screaming For Vengance Judas Priest – Sinner Judas Priest – Some Heads Are Gonna Roll Judas Priest – The Green Manalishi Judas Priest – The Ripper Judas Priest – The Sentinel Judas Priest – Victim Of Changes Judas Priest – You’ve Got Another Thing Comming Led Zeppelin – Stairway To Heaven Megadeth – Angry Again Megadeth – Go To Hell Megadeth – Skin O’ My Theet [Bass] Megadeth – Symphony Of Destruction [Bass] Megadeth – Architecture Of Agression [Bass] Megadeth – Sweating Bullets [Bass] Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction [Bass] Metallica – Am I Evil (for Bass) Metallica – I Disappear Metallica – No Leaf Clover (From S&M) Yngwie Malmsteen – Black Star Yngwie Malmsteen – Daje Vu Yngwie Malmsteen – Dreaming (Tell Me) Yngwie Malmsteen – Far Beyond The Sun Yngwie Malmsteen – Faster Than The Speed Of Light Yngwie Malmsteen – I Am a Viking Yngwie Malmsteen – Making Love Yngwie Malmsteen – Marching Go Out Yngwie Malmsteen – Memories Yngwie Malmsteen – Now Your Ships Are Burned Yngwie Malmsteen – Rising Force Ozzy Osbourne – Crazzy Train Ozzy Osbourne – Dee Ozzy Osbourne – Goodbye To Romance Ozzy Osbourne – Mr. Crowley Pantera – Cowboys From Hell [Bass] Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (Guitar, Piano And Voice) Queen – We Will Rock You (Guitar, Piano And Voice) Queen – Killer Queen (Piano And Voice Only) Queen – Radio Ga Ga (Piano And Voice Only) Queen – Save Me (Piano And Voice Only) Queen – We Are The Champions (Piano And Voice Only) Radiohead – Creep REM – Losing My Religion Smashing Pumpkins – Zero Steve Vai – For The Love Of God (MP3, TAB & Backing Track)

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        : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # Richie Kotzen – Rock Chops

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        hope to get in touch i really want some of your material i got the seven son from maiden and the trilogy and eclipse from malmsteen best regards nelson santamaria

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        : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # : ((( SONG BOOKS ))) : : Anthrax – Selections From Spreading and Among (Japanese Edition) (Low Quality) : Anthrax – Persistence Of Time : Dream Theater – Falling Into Infinity : Dream Theater – Images And Words : Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory : Dream Theater – Awake : Eric Clapton – Unplugged Guitar Song Book : Europe – The Final Countdown (Japanese Edition – All Instrunments) : Gary Moore – Original Gary Moore (With MP3) : Guns & Roses – Apettite For Destruction : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion I : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion II : Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden : Iron Maiden – Killers (Japanese Edition) : Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast (Japanese Edition) : Iron Maiden – Piece Of Mind : Iron Maiden – Powerslave : Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time : Iron Maiden – The Original Styles Of Iron Maiden : Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys : Joe Satriani – The Extremist : Joe Satriani – Flying A Blue Dream : Judas Priest – Painkiller : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : Judas Priest – Defenders Of The Faith : Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II : Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti : Marty Friedman – The Essential : Marty Friedman – Scenes : Megadeth – Selections From Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying and So Far, So Good… So What? : Megadeth – Rust In Peace : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction : Megadeth – Youthanasia : Metadeth – Cryptic Writings : Megadeth – Risk : Metallica – Kill ‘Em All : Metallica – Ride The Lightning (for Guitar, Bass and Drums) : Metallica – Master Of Puppets : Metallica – And Justice For All (for Guitar and Bass) : Metallica – Black Album : Metallica – Load : Metallica – Reload : Metallica – Garage Inc. (2 Books) : Ozzy Osbourne – The Best Of : Paul Gilbert – Guitar From Mars 1 (Japanese Edition) : Paul Gilbert – GUitar From Mars 2 : Pink Floyd – The Wall (2 Books) : Slayer – Show No Mercy : Slayer – Hell Awaits : Slayer – Reign In Blood : Slayer – Riff By Riff : Steve Morse Band – Southern Steel : Steve Vai – Selections From: Flex-Able, Flex-Able Leftlovers, Disturbing Peace And Eat ‘Em And Smile (With MP3) : Steve Vai – Fire Garden : Steve Vai – Passion & Warfare : Testament – The New Order : Testament – Souls Of Black : Testament – Practice What You Preach : Van Halen – Van Halen I : Vinnie Moore – Meltdown : Yngwie Malmsteen – Concerto Suites (Japanese Edition) : : : ((( INSTRUCTIONAL BOOKS ))) : Antonio Carlos Jobim For Guitar : Ben Bolt – Mel Bay’s Music Theory For Rock Guitarists : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 1 (With MP3) : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 2 (With MP3) : : Carl Culpepper- Terryfying Technique (With MP3) : Carlos Santana – Jam With Carlos Santana : Dave Celentano – Monster Scales And Modes : Dave Celentano – Speed Metal Neoclassical Styles : Don Mock – Melodic Minor : Engineering Of Jazz Accompaniment On A Six-String Guitar (Russian Edition) : Eric Johnson – Fine Art Of Guitar : Frank Gambale – Monster Licks And Speed Picking : Frank Gambale – Technique Book II : Frank Gambale – Chop Builder (With MP3) : Guitar Lessons With The Greats (Frank Gambale, Mike Stern, etc.) (With MP3) : Hal Leonard – 50 Essential Bebop Heads Arranged For Guitar : Jean Mark Blekadi – Advance Scale Concepts (With MP3) : Jean Mark Belkadi – Slap & Pop Techniques For Guitar (With MP3) : Jim Ferguson – All Blues Soloing For Jazz Guitar (With (MP3) : John Kiefer – J.S. Bach For Electric Guitar (With MP3) : J.M. Goldstein – Joe’s Guitar Method Towards A Jazz Improviser’s Technique : John Petrucci – Rock Discipline Book : John Petrucci – Young Guitar : Martin Taylor – Guitar Method (With MP3) : Marty Friedman – Melodic Control (With Video) : Marty Friedman – Guitar School Articles : Michael Romeo – The Guitar Chapter X : Mike Levine – Country Rock Riffs (With MP3) : Mike Stern – Ultimate Play Along (With MP3) : Musician Institute – The Diminished Scale Book For Guitar (With MP3) : Paul Gilbert – Terryfing Guitar Trip : Ralph Towner – Improvisation and Technique for Classical And Acoustic Guitar : Richie Kotzen – Rock Chops : Robben Ford – Blues For Guitar : Ron Eschete – Chord-Melody Phrases For Guitar (With MP3) : Rusty Cooley – Extreme Pentatonics : Rusty Cooley – Shred Guitar Manifesto : Rusty Cooley – The Art Of Picking : Steve Trovato – Essential Rhytm Guitar (With MP3) : Steve Vai – Guitar Styles & Techniques : Troy Stetina & Tony Burton – Speed And Thrash Metal Guitar : Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 1 : Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 2 : : ((( MAGAZINES ))) : : Guitar Instruction – Sweep Picking (Frank Gamble) : Guitar Player – Studio Rhythm Secrets (Chris Standring) : Guitar Techniques – 10 Ways To Improve Your Picking Technique : Guitar Techniques – B.B. King Guitar Style : Guitar Techniques – Chromatic Soloing : Guitar Techniques – Dominant Scales : Guitar Techniques – Essential Blues Scale Licks : Guitar Techniques – Frank Gambale Masterclass Part I : Guitar Techniques – Frank Gamble Master Class Part II : Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 1 : Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 2 : Guitar Techniques – Harmonics Lesson : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 1 : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 2 : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 3 : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Blues Rhytm : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Bumblefoot Masterclass : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 1 : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 2 : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 3 : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 4 : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 1 : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 2 : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 3 : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 4 : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 5 : Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part I : Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part II : Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Scale Positions : Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Lesson 3 : Guitar Techniques – Red Hot Metal Licks : Guitar Techniques – Rhytmmic Discplacement : Guitar Techniques – Soloing Over Major Traids : Guitar Techniques – Steve Morse, A Lesson From The Master : Guitar Techniques – Tapping With 8 Fingers : Guitar Techniques – Vinnie Moore Master Class II : Fast Track Disc Instruction – Chords & Scales : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 1 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 2 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 3 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 4 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 5 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 6 : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 7 : ((( SONGS ))) : : Black Sabbath – Paranoid : Eric Clapton – Layla : Helloween – I Want Out : Joe Satriani – Midnight : Joe Satriani – Summer Song : Joe Satriani – Day At The Beach : Joe Satriani – Tears In The Rain : Joe Satriani – The Feeling : Judas Priest – Breaking The Law : Judas Priest – Electric Eye : Judas Priest – Free Wheelburning : Judas Priest – Hard As Iron : Judas Priest – Hell Bent For Leather : Judas Priest – I’m a Rocker : Judas Priest – Living After Midnight : Judas Priest – Metal Gods : Judas Priest – Night Comes Down : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : Judas Priest – Rock Hard Ride Free : Judas Priest – Screaming For Vengance : Judas Priest – Sinner : Judas Priest – Some Heads Are Gonna Roll : Judas Priest – The Green Manalishi : Judas Priest – The Ripper : Judas Priest – The Sentinel : Judas Priest – Victim Of Changes : Judas Priest – You’ve Got Another Thing Comming : Led Zeppelin – Stairway To Heaven : Megadeth – Angry Again : Megadeth – Go To Hell : Megadeth – Skin O’ My Theet [Bass] : Megadeth – Symphony Of Destruction [Bass] : Megadeth – Architecture Of Agression [Bass] : Megadeth – Sweating Bullets [Bass] : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction [Bass] : Metallica – Am I Evil (for Bass) : Metallica – I Disappear : Metallica – No Leaf Clover (From S&M) : Yngwie Malmsteen – Black Star : Yngwie Malmsteen – Daje Vu : Yngwie Malmsteen – Dreaming (Tell Me) : Yngwie Malmsteen – Far Beyond The Sun : Yngwie Malmsteen – Faster Than The Speed Of Light : Yngwie Malmsteen – I Am a Viking : Yngwie Malmsteen – Making Love : Yngwie Malmsteen – Marching Go Out : Yngwie Malmsteen – Memories : Yngwie Malmsteen – Now Your Ships Are Burned : Yngwie Malmsteen – Rising Force : Ozzy Osbourne – Crazzy Train : Ozzy Osbourne – Dee : Ozzy Osbourne – Goodbye To Romance : Ozzy Osbourne – Mr. Crowley : Pantera – Cowboys From Hell [Bass] : Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (Guitar, Piano And Voice) : Queen – We Will Rock You (Guitar, Piano And Voice) : Queen – Killer Queen (Piano And Voice Only) : Queen – Radio Ga Ga (Piano And Voice Only) : Queen – Save Me (Piano And Voice Only) : Queen – We Are The Champions (Piano And Voice Only) : Radiohead – Creep : REM – Losing My Religion : Smashing Pumpkins – Zero : Steve Vai – For The Love Of God (MP3, TAB & Backing Track)

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          : : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # : : : ((( SONG BOOKS ))) : : : : Anthrax – Selections From Spreading and Among (Japanese Edition) (Low Quality) : : Anthrax – Persistence Of Time : : Dream Theater – Falling Into Infinity : : Dream Theater – Images And Words : : Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory : : Dream Theater – Awake : : Eric Clapton – Unplugged Guitar Song Book : : Europe – The Final Countdown (Japanese Edition – All Instrunments) : : Gary Moore – Original Gary Moore (With MP3) : : Guns & Roses – Apettite For Destruction : : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion I : : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion II : : Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden : : Iron Maiden – Killers (Japanese Edition) : : Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast (Japanese Edition) : : Iron Maiden – Piece Of Mind : : Iron Maiden – Powerslave : : Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time : : Iron Maiden – The Original Styles Of Iron Maiden : : Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys : : Joe Satriani – The Extremist : : Joe Satriani – Flying A Blue Dream : : Judas Priest – Painkiller : : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : : Judas Priest – Defenders Of The Faith : : Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II : : Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti : : Marty Friedman – The Essential : : Marty Friedman – Scenes : : Megadeth – Selections From Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying and So Far, So Good… So What? : : Megadeth – Rust In Peace : : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction : : Megadeth – Youthanasia : : Metadeth – Cryptic Writings : : Megadeth – Risk : : Metallica – Kill ‘Em All : : Metallica – Ride The Lightning (for Guitar, Bass and Drums) : : Metallica – Master Of Puppets : : Metallica – And Justice For All (for Guitar and Bass) : : Metallica – Black Album : : Metallica – Load : : Metallica – Reload : : Metallica – Garage Inc. (2 Books) : : Ozzy Osbourne – The Best Of : : Paul Gilbert – Guitar From Mars 1 (Japanese Edition) : : Paul Gilbert – GUitar From Mars 2 : : Pink Floyd – The Wall (2 Books) : : Slayer – Show No Mercy : : Slayer – Hell Awaits : : Slayer – Reign In Blood : : Slayer – Riff By Riff : : Steve Morse Band – Southern Steel : : Steve Vai – Selections From: Flex-Able, Flex-Able Leftlovers, Disturbing Peace And Eat ‘Em And Smile (With MP3) : : Steve Vai – Fire Garden : : Steve Vai – Passion & Warfare : : Testament – The New Order : : Testament – Souls Of Black : : Testament – Practice What You Preach : : Van Halen – Van Halen I : : Vinnie Moore – Meltdown : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Concerto Suites (Japanese Edition) : : : : : : : ((( INSTRUCTIONAL BOOKS ))) : : : Antonio Carlos Jobim For Guitar : : Ben Bolt – Mel Bay’s Music Theory For Rock Guitarists : : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 1 (With MP3) : : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 2 (With MP3) : : : : Carl Culpepper- Terryfying Technique (With MP3) : : Carlos Santana – Jam With Carlos Santana : : Dave Celentano – Monster Scales And Modes : : Dave Celentano – Speed Metal Neoclassical Styles : : Don Mock – Melodic Minor : : Engineering Of Jazz Accompaniment On A Six-String Guitar (Russian Edition) : : Eric Johnson – Fine Art Of Guitar : : Frank Gambale – Monster Licks And Speed Picking : : Frank Gambale – Technique Book II : : Frank Gambale – Chop Builder (With MP3) : : Guitar Lessons With The Greats (Frank Gambale, Mike Stern, etc.) (With MP3) : : Hal Leonard – 50 Essential Bebop Heads Arranged For Guitar : : Jean Mark Blekadi – Advance Scale Concepts (With MP3) : : Jean Mark Belkadi – Slap & Pop Techniques For Guitar (With MP3) : : Jim Ferguson – All Blues Soloing For Jazz Guitar (With (MP3) : : John Kiefer – J.S. Bach For Electric Guitar (With MP3) : : J.M. Goldstein – Joe’s Guitar Method Towards A Jazz Improviser’s Technique : : John Petrucci – Rock Discipline Book : : John Petrucci – Young Guitar : : Martin Taylor – Guitar Method (With MP3) : : Marty Friedman – Melodic Control (With Video) : : Marty Friedman – Guitar School Articles : : Michael Romeo – The Guitar Chapter X : : Mike Levine – Country Rock Riffs (With MP3) : : Mike Stern – Ultimate Play Along (With MP3) : : Musician Institute – The Diminished Scale Book For Guitar (With MP3) : : Paul Gilbert – Terryfing Guitar Trip : : Ralph Towner – Improvisation and Technique for Classical And Acoustic Guitar : : Richie Kotzen – Rock Chops : : Robben Ford – Blues For Guitar : : Ron Eschete – Chord-Melody Phrases For Guitar (With MP3) : : Rusty Cooley – Extreme Pentatonics : : Rusty Cooley – Shred Guitar Manifesto : : Rusty Cooley – The Art Of Picking : : Steve Trovato – Essential Rhytm Guitar (With MP3) : : Steve Vai – Guitar Styles & Techniques : : Troy Stetina & Tony Burton – Speed And Thrash Metal Guitar : : Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 1 : : Troy Stetina – Heavy Metal Lead Guitar Volumen 2 : : : : ((( MAGAZINES ))) : : : : Guitar Instruction – Sweep Picking (Frank Gamble) : : Guitar Player – Studio Rhythm Secrets (Chris Standring) : : Guitar Techniques – 10 Ways To Improve Your Picking Technique : : Guitar Techniques – B.B. King Guitar Style : : Guitar Techniques – Chromatic Soloing : : Guitar Techniques – Dominant Scales : : Guitar Techniques – Essential Blues Scale Licks : : Guitar Techniques – Frank Gambale Masterclass Part I : : Guitar Techniques – Frank Gamble Master Class Part II : : Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 1 : : Guitar Techniques – Fusion Lesson Part 2 : : Guitar Techniques – Harmonics Lesson : : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 1 : : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 2 : : Guitar Techniques – Harmony Lesson 3 : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Blues Rhytm : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Bumblefoot Masterclass : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 1 : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 2 : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 3 : : Guitar Techniques – Jazz Soloing 4 : : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 1 : : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 2 : : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 3 : : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 4 : : Guitar Techniques – Major Scale Soloing Part 5 : : Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part I : : Guitar Techniques – Paul Gilbert Master Class Part II : : Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Scale Positions : : Guitar Techniques – Pentatonic Lesson 3 : : Guitar Techniques – Red Hot Metal Licks : : Guitar Techniques – Rhytmmic Discplacement : : Guitar Techniques – Soloing Over Major Traids : : Guitar Techniques – Steve Morse, A Lesson From The Master : : Guitar Techniques – Tapping With 8 Fingers : : Guitar Techniques – Vinnie Moore Master Class II : : Fast Track Disc Instruction – Chords & Scales : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 1 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 2 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 3 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 4 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 5 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 6 : : Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 7 : : : ((( SONGS ))) : : : : Black Sabbath – Paranoid : : Eric Clapton – Layla : : Helloween – I Want Out : : Joe Satriani – Midnight : : Joe Satriani – Summer Song : : Joe Satriani – Day At The Beach : : Joe Satriani – Tears In The Rain : : Joe Satriani – The Feeling : : Judas Priest – Breaking The Law : : Judas Priest – Electric Eye : : Judas Priest – Free Wheelburning : : Judas Priest – Hard As Iron : : Judas Priest – Hell Bent For Leather : : Judas Priest – I’m a Rocker : : Judas Priest – Living After Midnight : : Judas Priest – Metal Gods : : Judas Priest – Night Comes Down : : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : : Judas Priest – Rock Hard Ride Free : : Judas Priest – Screaming For Vengance : : Judas Priest – Sinner : : Judas Priest – Some Heads Are Gonna Roll : : Judas Priest – The Green Manalishi : : Judas Priest – The Ripper : : Judas Priest – The Sentinel : : Judas Priest – Victim Of Changes : : Judas Priest – You’ve Got Another Thing Comming : : Led Zeppelin – Stairway To Heaven : : Megadeth – Angry Again : : Megadeth – Go To Hell : : Megadeth – Skin O’ My Theet [Bass] : : Megadeth – Symphony Of Destruction [Bass] : : Megadeth – Architecture Of Agression [Bass] : : Megadeth – Sweating Bullets [Bass] : : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction [Bass] : : Metallica – Am I Evil (for Bass) : : Metallica – I Disappear : : Metallica – No Leaf Clover (From S&M) : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Black Star : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Daje Vu : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Dreaming (Tell Me) : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Far Beyond The Sun : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Faster Than The Speed Of Light : : Yngwie Malmsteen – I Am a Viking : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Making Love : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Marching Go Out : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Memories : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Now Your Ships Are Burned : : Yngwie Malmsteen – Rising Force : : Ozzy Osbourne – Crazzy Train : : Ozzy Osbourne – Dee : : Ozzy Osbourne – Goodbye To Romance : : Ozzy Osbourne – Mr. Crowley : : Pantera – Cowboys From Hell [Bass] : : Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (Guitar, Piano And Voice) : : Queen – We Will Rock You (Guitar, Piano And Voice) : : Queen – Killer Queen (Piano And Voice Only) : : Queen – Radio Ga Ga (Piano And Voice Only) : : Queen – Save Me (Piano And Voice Only) : : Queen – We Are The Champions (Piano And Voice Only) : : Radiohead – Creep : : REM – Losing My Religion : : Smashing Pumpkins – Zero : : Steve Vai – For The Love Of God (MP3, TAB & Backing Track)

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            I have set up a ftp with tabs. RATIOS included. The speeds aren`t too good for now. You can see the welcome message, please don`t abuse. I will update it soon, with new uploads and my stuff. If you have problems contact me at [email protected] The ftp will be up from monday to friday at 8 AM to 10 PM Central European Time. Sometimes it will be up during saturday and sunday too. Enjoy. Adress : 193.111.222.206 or http://ftp.guitartabs.com Username : GUITAR Passwords : TABS Port : 21 Feel free to e-mail me.

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        : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # : ((( SONG BOOKS ))) : : Anthrax – Selections From Spreading and Among (Japanese Edition) (Low Quality) : Anthrax – Persistence Of Time : Dream Theater – Falling Into Infinity : Dream Theater – Images And Words : Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory : Dream Theater – Awake : Eric Clapton – Unplugged Guitar Song Book : Europe – The Final Countdown (Japanese Edition – All Instrunments) : Gary Moore – Original Gary Moore (With MP3) : Guns & Roses – Apettite For Destruction : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion I : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion II : Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden : Iron Maiden – Killers (Japanese Edition) : Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast (Japanese Edition) : Iron Maiden – Piece Of Mind : Iron Maiden – Powerslave : Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time : Iron Maiden – The Original Styles Of Iron Maiden : Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys : Joe Satriani – The Extremist : Joe Satriani – Flying A Blue Dream : Judas Priest – Painkiller : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : Judas Priest – Defenders Of The Faith : Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II : Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti : Marty Friedman – The Essential : Marty Friedman – Scenes : Megadeth – Selections From Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying and So Far, So Good… So What? : Megadeth – Rust In Peace : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction : Megadeth – Youthanasia : Metadeth – Cryptic Writings : Megadeth – Risk : Metallica – Kill ‘Em All : Metallica – Ride The Lightning (for Guitar, Bass and Drums) : Metallica – Master Of Puppets : Metallica – And Justice For All (for Guitar and Bass) : Metallica – Black Album : Metallica – Load : Metallica – Reload : Metallica – Garage Inc. (2 Books) : Ozzy Osbourne – The Best Of : Paul Gilbert – Guitar From Mars 1 (Japanese Edition) : Paul Gilbert – GUitar From Mars 2 : Pink Floyd – The Wall (2 Books) : Slayer – Show No Mercy : Slayer – Hell Awaits : Slayer – Reign In Blood : Slayer – Riff By Riff : Steve Morse Band – Southern Steel : Steve Vai – Selections From: Flex-Able, Flex-Able Leftlovers, Disturbing Peace And Eat ‘Em And Smile (With MP3) : Steve Vai – Fire Garden : Steve Vai – Passion & Warfare : Testament – The New Order : Testament – Souls Of Black : Testament – Practice What You Preach : Van Halen – Van Halen I : Vinnie Moore – Meltdown : Yngwie Malmsteen – Concerto Suites (Japanese Edition) : : : ((( INSTRUCTIONAL BOOKS ))) : Antonio Carlos Jobim For Guitar : Ben Bolt – Mel Bay’s Music Theory For Rock Guitarists : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 1 (With MP3) : Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos For Classical Guitar Book 2 (With MP3) : : Carl Culpepper- Terryfying Technique (With MP3) : Carlos Santana – Jam With Carlos Santana : Dave Celentano – Monster Scales And Modes : Dave Celentano – Speed Metal Neoclassical Styles : Don Mock – Melodic Minor : Engineering Of Jazz Accompaniment On A Six-String Guitar (Russian Edition) : Eric Johnson – Fine Art Of Guitar : Frank Gambale – Monster Licks And Speed Picking : Frank Gambale – Technique Book II : Frank Gambale – Chop Builder (With MP3) : Guitar Lessons With The Greats (Frank Gambale, Mike Stern, etc.) (With MP3) : Hal Leonard – 50 Essential Bebop Heads Arranged For Guitar : Jean Mark Blekadi – Advance Scale Concepts (With MP3) : Jean Mark Belkadi – Slap & Pop Techniques For Guitar (With MP3) : Jim Ferguson – All Blues Soloing For Jazz Guitar (With (MP3) : John Kiefer – J.S. Bach For Electric Guitar (With MP3) : J.M. 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        • #94250
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          : : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # : : : ((( SONG BOOKS ))) : : : : Anthrax – Selections From Spreading and Among (Japanese Edition) (Low Quality) : : Anthrax – Persistence Of Time : : Dream Theater – Falling Into Infinity : : Dream Theater – Images And Words : : Dream Theater – Scenes From a Memory : : Dream Theater – Awake : : Eric Clapton – Unplugged Guitar Song Book : : Europe – The Final Countdown (Japanese Edition – All Instrunments) : : Gary Moore – Original Gary Moore (With MP3) : : Guns & Roses – Apettite For Destruction : : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion I : : Guns & Roses – Use Your Illusion II : : Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden : : Iron Maiden – Killers (Japanese Edition) : : Iron Maiden – The Number Of The Beast (Japanese Edition) : : Iron Maiden – Piece Of Mind : : Iron Maiden – Powerslave : : Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time : : Iron Maiden – The Original Styles Of Iron Maiden : : Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys : : Joe Satriani – The Extremist : : Joe Satriani – Flying A Blue Dream : : Judas Priest – Painkiller : : Judas Priest – Ram It Down : : Judas Priest – Defenders Of The Faith : : Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II : : Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti : : Marty Friedman – The Essential : : Marty Friedman – Scenes : : Megadeth – Selections From Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying and So Far, So Good… So What? : : Megadeth – Rust In Peace : : Megadeth – Countdown To Extinction : : Megadeth – Youthanasia : : Metadeth – Cryptic Writings : : Megadeth – Risk : : Metallica – Kill ‘Em All : : Metallica – Ride The Lightning (for Guitar, Bass and Drums) : : Metallica – Master Of Puppets : : Metallica – And Justice For All (for Guitar and Bass) : : Metallica – Black Album : : Metallica – Load : : Metallica – Reload : : Metallica – Garage Inc. 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            : : : Scanned tabs for trade email me at [email protected] the 0 in my name is a # Hey, I have some music sheets of many guitarist to trade. Mail me, I’d like to get some of yours, mostly Gambale, Eric Johnson, etc.

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      Need Info on Taurus Classical Guitar.

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    • #46577
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      I have an 1964 SG gibson guitar that belonged to my brother who passed away.. Can someone tell me what it is worth?

      • #93661
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        It varies by condition, modifications (if any) and a number of other factors.I’d say in the range of $400-$800 if sold to a private party. Less if to a music store or pawn shop.

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          : It varies by condition, modifications (if any) and a number of other factors.I’d say in the range of $400-$800 if sold to a private party. Less if to a music store or pawn shop.

          • #113080
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            I WOULD BE SHOCKED IF IT WAS ONLY WORTH 400-800 DOLLARS.CHECK OUT EBAY FOR COMPS OR GO TO A REPUTABLE DEALER TO GET EXACT MODEL AND DO SOME INVESTIGATING YOURSELF ON THE WEB.SORRY ABOUT YOUR BROTHER BUT I AM WILLING TO BET ITS WORTH MORE THAN WHAT THE PREVIOUS POST SAID !!

    • #46580
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      I just got an Ibanez RG guitar with a floyd rose system on it and am having some problems. I just changed the strings on it and I have them in and the bridge is at the right height but When I try to tune it I tune one string, and when I tune the others the strings tuned first are out of tune cause the bridge is higher. After a while the bridge gets to be extremely too high. Is there a trick to tuning this or should I just take it to a local Tech everytime I need new strings?

      • #93520
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        You have a plastic plate on the back of the guitar that covers the rear of the trem. Take it off and you’ll see screws attached to springs to the back of the tremolo. If you tighten those screws they will pull the rear of the bridge towards the body…loosen and the strings will pull the bridge up. Tighten them about a quarter of a turn. Retune the guitar and see where the bridge sits…then adjust accordingly. It’s a pain in the butt to get a Floyd just right and every time you switch string guages or brand you’ll have to go through this. Patience. Hope this helps a little. : I just got an Ibanez RG guitar with a floyd rose system on it and am having some problems. I just changed the strings on it and I have them in and the bridge is at the right height but When I try to tune it I tune one string, and when I tune the others the strings tuned first are out of tune cause the bridge is higher. After a while the bridge gets to be extremely too high. Is there a trick to tuning this or should I just take it to a local Tech everytime I need new strings?

      • #93513
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        There is no trick, you just gotta get used to it, there are many sites with step by step instruction with pics so do a search, the easiest way is to have someone do it for you and watch them, then do it yourself with them around till you get the feel for it, they are a pain at first but once you get it down it’s easy. : I just got an Ibanez RG guitar with a floyd rose system on it and am having some problems. I just changed the strings on it and I have them in and the bridge is at the right height but When I try to tune it I tune one string, and when I tune the others the strings tuned first are out of tune cause the bridge is higher. After a while the bridge gets to be extremely too high. Is there a trick to tuning this or should I just take it to a local Tech everytime I need new strings?

    • #46578
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      Iam looking for 6 Kluson tuner keys for a Gibson ES355TD. The keys I want to replace are gold and I have heard themcalled the "seal fast" models. Regards, Rodney

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        I have a newer set of keystone "green" klusons off my 61 sg reissue for sale. emale if you would likr : Iam looking for 6 Kluson tuner keys for a Gibson ES355TD. The keys I want to replace are gold and I have heard themcalled the "seal fast" models. : Regards, : Rodney

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      Tom Delonge MT-2 Metal Zone Settings

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    • #46575
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      Antonio Hernandis  No. 2 classical guitar

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    • #46576
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      Yow all, check: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2559841720 if anyone is interested – details are in the link.

      • #97379
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        I didn’t see you mention anything about the footswitch and shipping charges. If you still have it, let me know.

    • #46574
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      I have a Les Paul Deluxe gold top guitar. The serial number is 300828. Could anyone please help me determine how old it is? Any help would be much appreciated.

      • #93781
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        I own a ’72/73 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe gold top as well. Production on the LP Del. started in ’69 and ended in the mid 80’s. The problem with this time frame is that ,during it, serialization was way outa wack and very difficult to decipher. One thing I can tell you though is whether or not its a ’69. The ’69’s neck is the only year without a volute ( a ridge/bump on the back of the neck where the neck & headstock meet). Also, if the guitar was made approx. pre-75 it was made @ the kallamazoo factory which raises the value significantly. Hopefully I’ve been of some help. Feel free to e-mail me if you have any other info/questions. Cheers, Matt Miller SoCal,USA e-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

    • #46572
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      I recently purchased a 1965 Gibson Co Classic at an estate sale and am trying to find out what it is worth. any help would be appreciated. THANK YOU

      • #94527
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        I’ve also got a 1965 c-o-classic and I’d like to know if it is valuable. PS How much do you want for yours? I love the feel and sound of mine and I’d consider buying another.

    • #46573
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      Any comments on this hypothetical modification: remove middle pickup to allow more room for fingerpicking, remove volume control, convert middle contol to volume, remaining tone control is master tone control for both bridge and neck pickups, change five position switch to 3 position, middle setting is both pickups on for out-of-phase / quack tone. I know you are saying, why not just get a telecaster… Any comments

      • #93364
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        It’s an easy mod to do, unfortunately you’ll have to buy/make a new pickguard or it will look like a beater guitar. You could just rewire the 5 way switch and trade the wires for the neck and middle pickups. Then you can have the neck and bridge pickups on at the same time. You can then just lower the height of the middle pickup and that would allow more room for finger picking. Make the one pot master tone and the other master volume, remove the extra pot and wire in an on-on switch or a push-pull pot for out of phase. This might save you a little dinero and trouble.

    • #46571
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      Experienced musical instrument businessman looking for a Business partner to go online Dear Madam and Sir, My name is Ablimit "Elvis" Ghopor. I am a merchant from Kashgar, an ancient caravan city in northwest China on the famous Silk Road. I specialize in exporting handcrafted replicas of ancient Uyghur and Uzbek musical instruments. My ten years of experience have enabled me to find the best examples of musical craftsmanship at the lowest prices. Moreover, I am an experienced tour guide and educator. I have introduced hundreds of travelers to the cultural treasurers and history of my people. Moreover, I am listed in the Lonely Planet Tour Guides to China, Central Asia, and the Karakoram Highway. Because of my fluency in the English language, many of favorite customers and best friends are from the United States and Great Britain. Therefore, I would like to establish business ties with English speaking people who possess the requisite technical experience to enable me to sell my instruments on the internet. I have the knowledge and experience to procure high quality, hand crafted instruments, but need a partner with experience in transacting business online. Please contact me for more details at [email protected] Yours truly, Elvis

      • #95557
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        hello Gophor-Elvis I am writing about your interest in selling Uzbekistan’s national musical instruments. If you want to have a good supplier who can ship Uzbek musical instruments to anywhere in the world, at good prices and in any quantities please check http://www.uzbekistan.bravehost.com or http://www.uzbekistan.4t.com thanks

    • #46570
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      dear teacher, may i have some free lead guitar lesson because in Myanmar we don’t internation bank.and also i can pay it with cards or no other ways. thank for your help.I know all the mode but i don;t know how to use.

    • #46567
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      Does the Rocktron All Access Pedal change the channels on your amp for you?

    • #46569
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      does anyone know if the midiaxe guitar is still produced? thanks

    • #46568
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      I think the "o" is supposed to be the little "o", like a degree symbol. Not sre what this means or how to find/play this chord. Please help.

      • #93650
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        Reply to chord C#o The (o) in the chord refers to it being a diminished chord or (dim).Also the C# chord could be called a Db chord as they both fall on the same space on the fretboard. I know of a commonly used form that is also moveable meaning we can play this anywhere on the neck of the guitar as long as we don’t change the fretting positio of our fretting hand. Also do not plat the number 5 or 6 string while using this chord shape. Hopefully I can explain, here we go, The first finger is placed on the fourth string at the eighth fret, The secound finger is placed on the secound string at the eighth fret, the third finger is placed on the third string at the ninth fret and the fourth finger plays the first string at the ninth fret giving you a C#(o) or (dim). The position of the fourth finger of the chord can give you reference the what chord your playing. If you move this chord form down one set of frets it would be a C(o) or (dim) At the first fret using the same fretting hand position it would be called a F# dim. I hope this helps you out. Don’t forget to check some Internet sites under"guitar chords" Good luck Rob Binns [email protected].

    • #46566
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      Does anyone know how to change(or replace) a string on an encore electric / any electric guitar

    • #46564
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      I am trying to find any recording of frank street. I don’t know much about him (it’s for a gift) but know he is english, played in a band and saw out the end of his days near Blackpool. Any one got any ideas?

    • #46562
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      sir, Iwant songs For free dowload Hindi Old or new

      • #87304
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        : sir, : Iwant songs For free dowload Hindi Old or new

        • #110608
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          : : sir, : : Iwant songs For free dowload Hindi Old or new pl as soon

    • #46563
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      can anyone gimme a link or email me some bob dylan or tom petty harmonica tabs. looking for some fairly easy songs,thanks

      • #113007
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        : can anyone gimme a link or email me some bob dylan tabs

    • #46561
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      Hi there, i am a student hu has played guitar 4 a long time and i want parts (esp any pickups and guitar necks)4 my custom project as well as to upgrade my old guitar. If u have ANYTHING pls email me and i will get bak 2 u as soon as possible. Thanx D

    • #46560
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      Does anybody know where to download this programchordplanet guitar chord finder or another program which copyes chord diagrams to the clipboard (and then in word?). 1000 thanks in advance. if you have the program you can mail me too please

    • #46557
      Anonymous
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      i need songs ghazals pl advice

    • #46555
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Has anyone heard of this brand. Basic Gibson semi-hollow body styling…good finish…good sound, made in China. I just can’t find any info on it. Thanks! RonH

    • #46556
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ihave a Sho Bud steel guitar 3 pedals and one knee pedal. I am not sure when it was manufactured but the model # is G 152. I am trying to find what the value of this model.

    • #46554
      Anonymous
      Guest

      HI I’m about to by a Lespaul whose serial is 23692. I don’t know if it’s a real one. Where Can I know exactly the year and the model which owned this serial ? thank you

      • #93199
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        Guest

        Go to Gibson.com. They have serial #s listed. But, it looks like yours is a 1961, if the serial number is correct. It should be stamped in the back of the headstock. Also, you can check to see if the headstock logo is from that period(by referencing other guitars).

    • #46553
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      hey, its me again, heh. I narrowed it down to 2 guitars I want now. The Warlock and the Jackson Warrior. I played both and the Warrior was much more appealing to me, but everyone is telling me that the Warrior is not made for the novice because of the way it needs to be tuned…. Now, I may not know how now, but the way that guitar fealt in my hands.. I will figure out how to tune it. Does anyone have an idea about the difficulty of tuning the Warrior? If not, Which one would you suggest anyway? Theres only a $25 difference, and I have the cash for this and a 15W Crate Amp, and some other gear like a strap and a Jackson gig bag. Help me out if you can please. Thanks in advance

      • #98242
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        HeyRez, I know its always hard to find the right instrument. The most important is always, does the instrument feel comfortable to you. Of course the to handle a Floyd Rose vibrato i much more complex than a normal one, especially for a starter. But wehn you’ve find you favorite setup (may be the guitar dealer will help you) than its much easier, and has more advaneges, because you neednt to tune the whole system when you want tchange only one string or sth. Ask somebody who can explayn the Flyod Rose to you, its not taht complicated. And honestly said, I’ve seldom seen such a butiful bodyshape as the Warriors one. I also play a 15 W Crate amp. Its ok vor playing at home or connect it with an other speaker, but if you want downtunings and a bit bass punch you schuld take a closed cabinet. Eg a small Marshall. I hope i could could have helped you. Bye

    • #46552
      Anonymous
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      I’ve found a gap b/w neck & body joined. How can I fill the gap effectively and does this effect the performance?

    • #46550
      Anonymous
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      I have an 80’s Guild F45CE acoustic-electric with a fried circuit board. I would like to replace or repair it original, but need a schematic to see what’s going on. I haven’t had any luck with Fender or Guild reps or repair or parts people. Any ideas?

    • #46551
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      can any body please tell me what this cord is. it’s in a book from which i’m trying to learn a song and i’ve never seen it before. THANKS

      • #93667
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        Re;G(+) The (+) stands for an augmented chord or aug. A commonly used form that can be used anywhere on the neck of the guitar I will try to explain. As I haven"t been on the computer very long I don’T know how to show chord shapes or any drawings for you so hopfully we can expain this out alittle. On a G(+) augmented chord left hand fingers Ist finger on the first string 3rd fret, the secound finger on the third string at the fourth fret, the third finger on the secound string at the fourth fret and the fourth finger on the fourth string at the number 5 fret. Do not plat the 5 or 6 strings and this can become a moveble chord. Meaning keep your left hand fingers in the same postion. The notes on either the fourth or first finger will give you the name of your chord. An example would be if you played this at the first fret it would be a F(+) or at say at the eighth fret it would be a C(+) and so on. I believe there is more out there on the Internet under "guitar chords". I hope this helps, good luck. Rob Binns [email protected] finger

      • #93338
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        + refers to an augmented chord, it’s a 1-3-#5 chord, so a G+ is just G-B-D# Some voicings (String – fret – fret -) E-3-x-x A-2-9-10 D-1-8-x G-O-7-12 B-O-7-12 E-3-x-11 : can any body please tell me what this cord is. it’s in a book from which i’m trying to learn a song and i’ve never seen it before. : THANKS

    • #46549
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      Hey All… I’m trying to get some/any information on my oldish Laney ProTube 100. Been bouncing around the net trying to find manuals or schematics but have so far had no luck. Any help would be much appreciated..

      • #104124
        Anonymous
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        : Hey All… : I’m trying to get schematics for the Laney tube fusion TF320. Could anyone help me as to where I can find it? I have been searching net for ages and nothing so far. Thanks

      • #97802
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hi, I got a 89′ Pro Tube 100 Series II. I actually have the schematic somewhere on my computer, I will look for it and send it to you asap. : Hey All… : I’m trying to get some/any information on my oldish Laney ProTube 100. Been bouncing around the net trying to find manuals or schematics but have so far had no luck. Any help would be much appreciated..

      • #95403
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i’m trying to find some info on my oldish laney ws 60r amp. its givin off some feedback and i also want to find out some basic configurations for some normal sounds etc

    • #46548
      Anonymous
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      I just finished posting a site with charts for converting sheet music to bass guitar tablature. I would appreciate any comments. It is at … http://www.globoid.com/Music/indexm.html

    • #46547
      Anonymous
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      I am interested in determining the value of my original 1970 Gibson E-S 335 in excellent condition except that it’s binding shows the color of years of smokey bars.

    • #46546
      Anonymous
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      I have had my guitar since1979 it was made in 1977 and it has been great. I like even better than the martins that they copied, Very good workmanship primo sound.

      • #81935
        Anonymous
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        Do you know where there is a website that has a list of serial #’s and the dates of manufacture? I need some info on a F450S.

    • #46545
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My Uncle has a Castilla guitar that was given to him by my father in the 1050’s. Does anyone have information on this brand and what it is worth. It is an acouqtic

      • #96117
        Anonymous
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        : My Uncle has a Castilla guitar that was given to him by my father in the 1050’s. Does anyone have information on this brand and what it is worth. It is an acouqtic Hi I bought a Castilla acoustic in about 1980. I still have it! Over the years, I have replaced the tuning keys with Grovers. At one time the neck/head joint started separating, and I had to put a dowel through the joint. At that time, I put light gauge electric strings on it. Since then, I have learned more songs on it than you can imagine. I love it and will nevver get rid of it. I recently had the frets leveled and the tech commented that the nut was real bone. Rob nowlan

    • #46544
      Anonymous
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      I WOULD BE HAPPY IF YOU COULD SEND ME GUITAR LESSONS BY POST OR VIA EMAIL. MY POSTAL ADDRESS IS: ADJEI EMMANUEL KOFI IRNR, KNUST, KUMASI. GHANA. W/A.

      • #111714
        Anonymous
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        : I WOULD BE HAPPY IF YOU COULD SEND ME GUITAR LESSONS BY POST . : MY POSTAL ADDRESS IS: : avinash karn pragtinagar-3 chhapakaiya birgunj nepal 00977

    • #46543
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone know anything about these KMD models? Staxx SG-S head Staxx SG-1260 cabinet Are they tube or solid state? Power? Used price?

      • #115000
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : They are solid State, I have the head and two bottoms. Each is 60 Watts Does anyone know anything about these KMD models? : Staxx SG-S head : Staxx SG-1260 cabinet : Are they tube or solid state? Power? Used price?

        • #126045
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I have a Staxx sg 1260 without the speaker . can you tell me the value of impedance ?

    • #46541
      Anonymous
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      Looking for infomation on style of guitar Johnny Cash’s first lead guitarist, Luther Perkins. I know he palm muted stuff but not positive if did background on lower strings of barre chords, some type of alternate base or exactly what he was doing. Sounds pretty basic but would like to know for sure from anyone out there. I’m willing to listen to anyones input. Thanks. Rob Binns [email protected]

      • #103965
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        : Looking for infomation on style of guitar Johnny Cash’s first lead guitarist, Luther Perkins. I know he palm muted stuff but not positive if did background on lower strings of barre chords, some type of alternate base or exactly what he was doing. Sounds pretty basic but would like to know for sure from anyone out there. I’m willing to listen to anyones input. Thanks. Rob Binns [email protected]

        • #110105
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          i am curious about anyone who might own a guitar that belonged to my father luther perkins and how much it might be worth right now. I am interested in purchasing one if I can verify it’s ownership. Thanks, linda revious

      • #90786
        Anonymous
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        I wanted to know what guitar did Luther Perkins Play the Most out of his Esquire, Jazzmaster, and Jauguar like for " Cry Cry Cry " and " Hey Porter" and did her use any types of pedal or anything? [email protected]

        • #91338
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          Harry, I believe Luther played a Fender Esquire on those earlier recordings. Also believe his last guitar at the time of his death was a Fender Esquire also. According to my sourses the first was a honey blond and the last a sunburst type finish. The Fender Jazzmaster was a 1958 and the Fender Jaguar was a 1961. Most of the effects or I should say, sound heard on those early Sun Records was is called studio generated "echo". Don"t think Luther used any seperate pedals or devices other than what was available on Fender Amps. at the time. He also had a Ray Butts "EchoSonic" amp built especially for him, but don’t think he took it on the road with him very much if at all. It had it’s own built in "echo" unit. I do believe Luther used different effects, so to speak on different songs, such as Reverb, Tremelo, and so on. Most were built into various model Fender Amps., even in that time period. There has been pros and cons about how good a guitar player Mr. Perkins was. But don’t let what sounds like simplicity and basics fool you. He was a great, original guitar player in his own right. His sound and style has been foundation for many guitar players over the years to learn and tried emulating him. That’s one heck of a legacy if you ask me. Rob Binns, [email protected]

      • #113046
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        : Looking for infomation on style of guitar Johnny Cash’s first lead guitarist, Luther Perkins. I know he palm muted stuff but not positive if did background on lower strings of barre chords, some type of alternate base or exactly what he was doing. Sounds pretty basic but would like to know for sure from anyone out there. I’m willing to listen to anyones input. Thanks. Rob Binns [email protected] No. Luther did not use "barre" chords. I’m very close to some of the people who worked with Luther during his years with Mr. Cash and I can tell you that there is a difficult simplicity to his style that is hard to duplicate. A lot of people can play like Luther, but nobody has ever duplicated his sound – and forget Bob Wootton who replaced Luther after his death in 1968. Wootton only played a "Luther-style" guitar but never sounded like him i any way, shape, or form. Johnny Wester, perhaps, came the closest to duplicating luther’s famous style, and was actually Cash’s first choice to "fill in" for the spot that Luther’s passing created. Luther was locked in tight with his technique by the time he left Sun in ’58, and was able to get a tone from his Fender Esquire, Jazzmaster, and Jauguar that nobody has been able to replicate Whatever Luther did exactly he took with him to his grave. Carl Perkins admitted that fact some years ago in an interview with Guitar Player. My best advice is to listen to Luther and build your own style based on his foundation.

    • #46542
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      I really need either chords or tabs to the song "More" by seventh day slumber. Email them to me at [email protected] or Im me on AOL — TheShibbyness222 — Gracias Steph

      • #90337
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : I really need either chords to the song "my best friend" by seventh day slumber. Email them to me at : [email protected] thanks joey

    • #46540
      Anonymous
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      i need new tuning keys for my ovation acoustic. i’m considering locking keys. whats a good source on-line? its hard enough to find on-line specs

    • #46539
      Anonymous
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      my son has been given a framus steel-strung acoustic cello-built guitar mod. no. 5713 (or5153?)which has been broken at the neck. Does anyone know if this model is worth repairing (Cost est at £50)? It does seem to be a nice old instrument. Any info on this model would be greatly appreciated, brian.

    • #46537
      Anonymous
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      hey i recently asked what a good beginner bass would be and gopher gave me a great answer… however on other boards and info from friends tell me i should most DEFINATELY play a guitar first then go to bass, since electric guitarists can move into bass rather simply and have a basic knowledge of strings/sounds etc, WHILE a bass cannot pick up a regular guitar and play… With that information in mind, and gophers BC Rich suggestion along with many others, my question is, should i play a regular electric guitar for a short time and then buy a bass? or do you think that step should be skipped and jump on a bass? i have a limited knowledge of note-reading and have played a guitar maybe twice and i enjoy bands such as slipknot mudvayne korn hatebreed, etc. I was considering the BC Rich Warlock, either the Mick Thompson package which seems too good to be true… or a Platinum Warlock Electric Guitar with Widow Headstock at $350, which i could buy used for $300. help a newbie out =D thanks in advance

      • #93217
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        My main argument (if you will) for learning six string guitar first is because it will be much easier to follow lead and rythem guitars if you understand them. Visual identification of chords, etc. has saved me many times as a bassist. Just a thought! RonH

      • #93047
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        Whie it’s generally easier for a guitarist to pickup bass the main thing is what do you want to play first ? Starting out either way will make picking up the other much easier. I’m not much on the BC Rich stuff, just don’t like the tone or feel of em stock and wouldn’t spend the $$ to modify one when for $300 you can get a much better (IMO) guitar, but if you are into the looks of them then go for it as they are fine beginners guitars. : hey i recently asked what a good beginner bass would be and gopher gave me a great answer… however on other boards and info from friends tell me i should most DEFINATELY play a guitar first then go to bass, since electric guitarists can move into bass rather simply and have a basic knowledge of strings/sounds etc, WHILE a bass cannot pick up a regular guitar and play… : With that information in mind, and gophers BC Rich suggestion along with many others, my question is, should i play a regular electric guitar for a short time and then buy a bass? or do you think that step should be skipped and jump on a bass? i have a limited knowledge of note-reading and have played a guitar maybe twice and i enjoy bands such as slipknot mudvayne korn hatebreed, etc. : I was considering the BC Rich Warlock, either the Mick Thompson package which seems too good to be true… or a Platinum Warlock Electric Guitar with Widow Headstock at $350, which i could buy used for $300. : help a newbie out =D : thanks in advance

        • #113438
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          : Whie it’s generally easier for a guitarist to pickup bass the main thing is what do you want to play first ? Starting out either way will make picking up the other much easier. : I’m not much on the BC Rich stuff, just don’t like the tone or feel of em stock and wouldn’t spend the $$ to modify one when for $300 you can get a much better (IMO) guitar, but if you are into the looks of them then go for it as they are fine beginners guitars. : : hey i recently asked what a good beginner bass would be and gopher gave me a great answer… however on other boards and info from friends tell me i should most DEFINATELY play a guitar first then go to bass, since electric guitarists can move into bass rather simply and have a basic knowledge of strings/sounds etc, WHILE a bass cannot pick up a regular guitar and play… : : With that information in mind, and gophers BC Rich suggestion along with many others, my question is, should i play a regular electric guitar for a short time and then buy a bass? or do you think that step should be skipped and jump on a bass? i have a limited knowledge of note-reading and have played a guitar maybe twice and i enjoy bands such as slipknot mudvayne korn hatebreed, etc. : : I was considering the BC Rich Warlock, either the Mick Thompson package which seems too good to be true… or a Platinum Warlock Electric Guitar with Widow Headstock at $350, which i could buy used for $300. : : help a newbie out =D : : thanks in advance

        • #94707
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          Guest

          first off,BC RICH bass and guitars are not beginners.Thicker necks,wider bodys and odd shapes make for a tougher play for a beginner..i know i started on a BC RICH Mockingbird bass. Second,if you want to play a bass,then start with a bass,if you want to play a guitar,start with a guitar.if you want to play them both, then choose witch one is more of a priority to you.dont waste time at first learning how to play a guitar if you are going to be a bassest.and vise versa,i have seen more people give up playing all together because of this..

        • #93323
          Anonymous
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          Hey Mate look as someone who recently came from 6 string electric to bass it is a helpfull idea but only really nessecary to do if you are not going to be playing in a band or with any friends for a long time. Even playin with a guitar teacher is enough its jsut to keep you motivated as with bass you cant hear the song coming together and therefore it becomes very hard to get in time without playin someone else if you haven’t played electric 6 string. And the BC Rich idea yeah isn’t a bad guitar but im not sure if your in America if you are for $300 dollars i would be looking at something in a much higher bracket as im in Australia and i can pick one of them up easily for just over $350 if you are in America i would look at the yamaha because as a beginner they are sturdy comfortable (which the BC Rich guitars generally are not) which is important for long practice sessions and the yamaha range have incredible tone depth for the money you pay for them.

    • #46536
      Anonymous
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      saw electric guitar with name shakir and nothing else. Do you have any ideas?

      • #89859
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I only know a little about my airline guitar…and I was wondering if you could tell me more. the serial numbers are T82155.

    • #46534
      Anonymous
      Guest

      how much is it worth?

      • #86586
        Anonymous
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        I OWN A SUZUKI LES PAUL WITH ABALONE BINDING AND VINES COMING DOWN THE FRETBORD OF THE GUITAR. ITS BALCK SOLID MAHOGNAY AND IT SOUNDS AND PLAYSS GOOD. IF ANYONE KNOWS ANY INFO ABOUT THESE GUITARS PLEAS E-MAIL ME AND GIVE ME PRICES IF YOU HAVE ONE YOU WOULD LIKE TO SELL!

      • #94403
        Anonymous
        Guest

        : how much is it worth? man ive got the same guitar.i want to know the same thing but also when were they made. you should e mail me a picture of it.

        • #112990
          Anonymous
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          :I also have one since 1987. Interested to know same things. I can send a photo.

          • #115126
            Anonymous
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            TREFF Please send me a photo i want to know if its the same guitar!

    • #46535
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      I’m looking to purchase my sencond guitar and im wondering if anyone can help me. I play mainly Rock and Metal(mainly Metallica). Can anyone advise me on what kind of guitar to buy.Any extra advise on which distorion pedal would be nice too.Can anyone help me?

    • #46533
      Anonymous
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      im looking for a new guitar. i play mostly rock and heavy meatal(mainly metallica).Which guitar should i get? Can anyone help me?

      • #113508
        Anonymous
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        : im looking for a new guitar. i play mostly rock and heavy meatal(mainly metallica).Which guitar should i get? Can anyone help me? I THINK THAT YOU SHUD BE BUYIN YO’SELF A BANJO! I GOTS ME A FINE PURDY ONE! IT HELPS MY COWS,GOATS, AND CHICKENS GIT WICKED IN THE MOSHPIT! WHOoOo WEEEE!! GET YO’SELF A HOT BOWL O’ GRITS AND HAVE ONE OF YOUR KINFOLK TO THROW THAT HOT ASS BOWL AT YO’ FACE WHILE YOUS PLUCKIN THAT BANJO AND SON OF A GUN!!!!! THERE YALL GO! YOU BE PLAYIN AS FASTER THAN MEETALLIEKA! YA BOY I SHUD BE I SAID I RECKON I SHUD BE CHARGING YOU FOR THIS IMPOTANT ADVICE! WELL SHUCKS THIS ONE I RECKON IS ON ME! SEE YOU AT THE RODEO YEeEeE- HAW! IF YOU DO AS I BE TELLIN YAH YOU BE PLAYIN IN THE BINGO HALL AT THE NEXT SQUARE DANCE! HEEL TOE DOSEY DO RIDE THE LIGHTNING WITH WHIPLASH YO’ HORSE!! RIDE IT GOOD:)

    • #46531
      Anonymous
      Guest

      starcaster in fair to good cond. color blond or naturel perferred

    • #46529
      Anonymous
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      Alright this is the deal: When I use my wahwah-pedal I only use it on the clean sound of my amplifier. When I want to change (quickly) from clean to distortion I first have to use my footswitch to change from clean to distortion, and then I also have to de-activate the wahwahpedal, cause I want the distortion without the influence of the pedal on it…….. does anybody have advice for me how I can switch quicker?? thank you very much!

      • #93143
        Anonymous
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        Sorry ’bout that–I hit the submit button too soon. When I gig I have my wah set up far right with my distortion switch just to the left of it. In those situations, I cut the wah first and then quickly switch to dirty. You can’t really tell on the clean channel that you’ve quit the wah right before switching, and then you have no wah effect to deal with on the dirty channel. Give it a try.

    • #46532
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Hey, Is this a Kay? Nothing on the headstock? Brian

    • #46530
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How can I use gr-30 and vg-88 together with gk-24 (vg-88 in virtual mode)

    • #46528
      Anonymous
      Guest

      hey peoples, i have an acoustic yamaha FG 300 and i was wondering if anybody could tell me how much its worth. thanks a lot

      • #93943
        Anonymous
        Guest

        they go for 300 to 600 on ebay, depending on condition

    • #46527
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone want a varitone switch? 40 bucks shipped usa, 45 international. check out http://www.bigdguitars.com!

    • #46526
      Anonymous
      Guest

      does anyone know anything about a guitar make called kingfisher as i have a les paul copy by them but i cant find anything out about them

    • #46524
      Anonymous
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      i need help to program my digitech rp2000 effects

      This popular thread has been given its own page : i need help to program my digitech rp2000 effects

    • #46525
      Anonymous
      Guest

      im hella confused on how to tun my guitar to C#F#BEG#C#. i already have it tuned to CGCFAD. if anyone knows how to tune it to C#F#BEG#C# let me know. give me alil description on how to do it to. thanks.

    • #46523
      Anonymous
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      Hey i was looking to start playing the bass guitar after drooling over listening to such bands as Slipknot, Mudvayne, Korn, Hatebreed, etc. I am not sure what I am EXACTLY looking for, but I did research on those 4 bands and i found all their basists use Ibanez… so since i want there sound i thought i would go for them. i have been looking at the Ibanez GSR200 (http://www.ibanez.com/guitars/guitar.asp?model=GSR200) since it looks like a good beginner bass, but i have been told B.C. Rich makes better basses… someone please help me out, and actually get me started here. thanks.

      • #93345
        Anonymous
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        Hey I am going to buy a Bass, but unsure abot the prices. Do you have a good price that gives me everything for a BEGINNER, bass, tuner, Amp, strings, ect. So hit me back, laters

      • #93029
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        Go with a used BC Rich. Ibanez is a fad. Their products aren’t anything special. The BC Rich will sound and play better. Go with used because you’re not really sure what you want in a bass yet. This way you won’t spend too much money and when you do figure out what you’re doing and what you really want out of an instrument you’ll probably be spending a heavy sum to get something high end. Plus, you’ll want an amp to play on, and with $250 you’re not going to find a decent amp and a bass. As far as an amp goes, you’ll need at least 100 watts, even then you might not be able to play over a guitar half stack or a good drum set very well. Good luck.

    • #46521
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      I have a JCM 800 2203 that quit working. There is no sound to the cab, but when I turn it up, I can hear sound coming from one of the big transformers. At least I think that’s where it is coming from. I had a loose input jack, and when I tightened it, the whole thing turned. I checked it out, but no wires are broke, but I think that when it twisted that two of the wires may have touched each other, but I don’t know. Any ideas???

      • #112725
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        I don’t really have an answer to your problem but my buddy had 2 marshalls that would quit working and he’d just give them a kick in the ass and they’d work again lol.

    • #46522
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I own a guild d35 it has great sound and has been played quite a bit and has some surface damage a dent and some chips in te back but nothing severe enough to effect the sound. i was told a guild d35 was worth between 700 and 800 dollars i wanted to know how much this dammage would take off the price thanks Joe Asbel

      • #88098
        Anonymous
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        : I own a guild d35 it has great sound and has been played quite a bit and has some surface damage a dent and some chips in te back but nothing severe enough to effect the sound. i was told a guild d35 was worth between 700 and 800 dollars i wanted to know how much this dammage would take off the price : thanks Joe Asbel Whats up joe? you might remember me from some place I don’t know how much your guild d35 is worth infact i belive i have a very similar guitar if any one tells you its value tell me would you? regard Joe Asbel

    • #46520
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      halo-ha! im interested in gettin a seven string guitar, but all the guitars iv seen look pretty boring. im someone who likes a kind of radical look to a guitar…not necessarily pointy bits all over the place like a B.C. Rich, but ye get what i mean. anyone know any good 7-strings?

    • #46519
      Anonymous
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      This may not seem like a serious question, but it is. Namely: what color does the Boss Gt5 guitar processor have? Because as far as I know, every different processor has its own color.Thanks.

    • #46518
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does anyone have for sale a Marshall 30 anniversary head? if so how much,where do u live? what conditon,picture.useage. I just purchased the 4/12 cab and really need the matching head. would like the Gold Marshall plate,but normal face plate is fine. Email me at [email protected]

      • #95384
        Anonymous
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        : I have one but it is not for sale. However, as of 10/10/03 there is one for sale on Ebay. The item number is 2563153714 . You better act fast because that auction ends on 10/12/03. The seller is asking $1,050.00. Hope this helps… Good Luck!!! Does anyone have for sale a Marshall 30 anniversary head? if so how much,where do u live? what conditon,picture.useage. I just purchased the 4/12 cab and really need the matching head. would like the Gold Marshall plate,but normal face plate is fine. : Email me at [email protected]

    • #46515
      Anonymous
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      History of Alvarez Yairi DY 56????????

      This popular thread has been given its own page : History of Alvarez Yairi DY 56????????

    • #46517
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Can anyone tell me about this guitar?

      • #98089
        Anonymous
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        : Can anyone tell me about this guitar? Steve Vai plays it…

      • #98209
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It was very nice. Too bad they discontinued it. Only flaw was the position markers are too small.

        • #98343
          Anonymous
          Guest

          : It was very nice. : Too bad they discontinued it. : Only flaw was the position markers are too small. I just purchased one paid $450 with hard case. Plays excellent , low low action , and sounds nice with the fishman. Not sure what the value of this guitar is. I tried to research it on the net before I bought it but could not find out much. I played it and like it so I took a chance and brought it home. Does anyone know what it is worth?

    • #46516
      Anonymous
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      Hi, i am a host on http://www.guitartricks.com where i have over 220 riffs you can listen to and they are tabed and its also free, come and check it out, just click on my name Terry Couch when you get there

    • #46513
      Anonymous
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      I’m looking for a bridge. epiphone bass [genesis] I don’t know want year it is.

    • #46512
      Anonymous
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      Can anyone tell me the brand and more importantly the guage of strings that come stock on an Epiphone Les Paul Standard? Its easy to get other specs but I especially need the string guage.

    • #46511
      Anonymous
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      Guitarist and drummer wanted for New York City/New Jersey based, established female fronted power pop band. Must have own transportation. Influences: Motley Crue, Pat Benetar, Kiss, AC/DC. Originals and covers. Available immediately. For more information, please e-mail or call (201) 634-0516, (917) 406-5979, or (201) 260-9660. Ask for Courtney.

      • #94380
        Anonymous
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        hello, my im 17 y/o old and i play da drums. i live in jersey city, nj. i have been in a garage band b4 and i was also in a drum-off competition at guitar center. i have been playing for 3 yrs now and taking lesson for 6 months now so it u still need a drummer plz e-mail me at [email protected]…….hope to hear from u soon..

    • #46510
      Anonymous
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      Hi,does anyone know where I can find TABS for "Is this love" by Whitesnake?

    • #46509
      Anonymous
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      Epiphone 12 string Acoustic

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    • #46508
      Anonymous
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      I need help identifying this guitar

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    • #46507
      Anonymous
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      scanned tabs STAM.WEBHOP.NET

    • #46506
      Anonymous
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      I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks.

      • #84454
        Anonymous
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        : I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks.

        • #114910
          Anonymous
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          : : I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks.

          • #125278
            Anonymous
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            : : : I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks. If you need help determining the model I have a mid 60’s Baldwin catalog posted on my website VintAxe.com. Once you determine the model Andy can probably help you with the current value. SB

          • #120590
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            : : : I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks. Did you ever get any info? I also have a Balwin guitar and would be greatly interested. Thanks

      • #97078
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        Hi – I’m a bit of an expert on these instruments, which model is it and can you email me a picture and further details! Hope to hear from you. Andy Martin

      • #95693
        Anonymous
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        : I have a baldwin electric quitar form the 1960’s. It is is almost mint condition and I was wondering if theres a site I can visit to see how much it is worth. Thanks. What model is it?

    • #46504
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      whats the difference between a electric gutair and bass guatir (sound wise) and which one in ur opioion is better?

      • #80793
        Anonymous
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        how to you change the sound of a eletric gutair I cant explain it but i konw that you play the blues with the sound

      • #112741
        Anonymous
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        : whats the difference between a electric gutair and bass guatir (sound wise) and which one in ur opioion is better?

        • #118523
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          : : whats the difference between a electric gutair and bass guatir (sound wise) and which one in ur opioion is better?*****Looks like I submitted before I answered on the last one*****Anyhow, what I was going to say is that a Bass Guitar only plays bass notes, and is used almost exclusively for rythm. Since you appear to be a "newbie" to guitars, the Bass would probably be easier to learn to play. On the Electric Guitar you can play the melody and rythm chords. They both sound good, but if you’re playing by yourself the guitar would be a better choice, in my opinion! Ralph

          • #120858
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            : : : whats the difference between a electric gutair and bass guatir (sound wise) and which one in ur opioion is better?*****Looks like I submitted before I answered on the last one*****Anyhow, what I was going to say is that a Bass Guitar only plays bass notes, and is used almost exclusively for rythm. Since you appear to be a "newbie" to guitars, the Bass would probably be easier to learn to play. On the Electric Guitar you can play the melody and rythm chords. They both sound good, but if you’re playing by yourself the guitar would be a better choice, in my opinion! Ralph

          • #120161
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            Is it possable to teach chords on a computer and if so will u email them to me? i just got my Bass Gutair and i ned to learn how tpplay it so pleas ehelp me thanks. Randi

      • #92861
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        U can’t play tabs for regular e.guitar on a bass (electic) guitar because one has 6 string and the other (the bass) has only 4. Also the sound is different and there are different technics for each to play on it. : whats the difference between a electric gutair and bass guatir (sound wise) and which one in ur opioion is better?

    • #46505
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      whats the difference between a electric gutiar and cass guatir (sound wise)?????and which one in ur opionion is better (sorry bout spelling)

    • #46503
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      value,whats it worth 1960’s mustache tail piece metal nut high slide guitar action,all mahogony solid head stock, low serial#’s.

      • #95556
        Anonymous
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        : value,whats it worth 1960’s mustache tail piece metal nut high slide guitar action,all mahogony solid head stock, low serial#’s.

        • #113039
          Anonymous
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          :I have one I am selling for $300 in my shop. : value,whats it worth 1960’s mustache tail piece metal nut high slide guitar action,all mahogony solid head stock, low serial#’s.

    • #46502
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      I have a Squier Double Fat tele that I really like but the sound is to deep and rich. I played a Strat copy and loved the sound, could I change the pickups or one of them and get that strat sound?

      • #92844
        Anonymous
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        There are several things you can do. I can’t recall the pickup configuration on the double fat strat, but if you have humbuckers you can wire in an on-on-on switch which will allow you to have the option of using the coils in different ways. If you have single coils you might have to change them out. Send me an e-mail and tell me what you have going on and I’ll try to help you.

    • #46500
      Anonymous
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      Hey Dude! Can anyone share his scale for me. thanks!

    • #46499
      Anonymous
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      i have a marshall 4100 dual reverb amp and i noticed that a hum happens as the tubes power up. I was wondering if this is normal? Thank you

    • #46498
      Anonymous
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      hi, can anyone help me? i once read in an article that old guitars have great sound quality. is that true? if it is then how could that be?

      • #90448
        Anonymous
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        Wow, you really are a rookie… First of all, not every old guitar sounds good, some were made cheap and will always sound bad. What people mean about old guitars are primarily the high quality ones like the old 50’s and 60’s Fenders, or the old Gibson’s or Martin’s from that era as well. They were able to use old growth and rare woods (for instance Brazilian Rosewood from the rainforests) which are now illegal to harvest…but they had fabulous tone. Also ivory and tortoise shell to a lesser extent were used which are also illegal now, but have great tone. Also the old pickups, pots, and wires in electric guitars were made with composite materials that cannot always be remanufactured properly, especially considering that some of these were hand wound by experts with talents that no longer exist. And finally, age has a wonderful way of changing the chemistry of oils contained in wood and especially laquer so that sound resonates with more harmonics and sustain (but only if quality woods and laquers were used to begin with). New guitars can imitate what I described above, but not very closely. Cheap guitars using various glues and plywoods do not hold up to the test of time as well either. I hope this helps.

      • #113621
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        : hi, can anyone help me? : i’ve got a austin guitar model no’ ‘AG-340’

        • #123188
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          I have one also. It is black. I can’t find anything about it. : : hi, can anyone help me? : : i’ve got a austin guitar model no’ ‘AG-340’

      • #94080
        Anonymous
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        I have an old origional Harmony Master and it still sounds better than the average new guitar. It really depends on the kind of the guitar and how well it was maintained but in alot of cases it is true that old guitars tend to sound better than new ones.

    • #46496
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      Rosewood back and sides with I believe a spruce top. I’ve had it for 27 years. It plays wonderfully. I can’t find any information about this model. Can anyone help? Worth, etc. Thanks.

      • #94083
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        Can’t tell you too much about it. It is a great guitar I’ve had one since 1981. Excellent sound – great wood, action everything.

    • #46495
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      I need of schematic carlsbro ,model glx150t

      • #92740
        Anonymous
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        : I need of schematic carlsbro ,model glx150t

        • #93330
          Anonymous
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          : : I need of schematic carlsbro ,model glx150t

          • #115370
            Anonymous
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            have you a carlsbro glx150t-shematic? thanks is advance

            • #126052
              Anonymous
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              Do you have the diagram for this amp?

              I am looking for one as mine has blown and local repair shop cannot find the schematics.

              Thanks

              Andy

    • #46494
      Anonymous
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      http://www.geocities.com/stereoscoptic/kay/ has some kay guitar info. its a bit slow loading.

    • #46493
      Anonymous
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      Wuts the best distortion pedal for a metallica like sound

    • #46492
      Anonymous
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      Looking to get a price for a ^5 to 67 Kay Bass electric. Anyone have an idea?

    • #46490
      Anonymous
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      Does anyone out there know anything about the Sonex? How do they compare to a production les paul.

      • #95534
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        I have owned a Sonex 180 deluxe for about 9 months and I love it! It is a powerful beast, great for metal and rock. Can’t match a Les Paul, but is as close as your gonna get for under £500. If you can find one and blatently can’t afford a Les Paul, buy it.

      • #93783
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        : Does anyone out there know anything about the Sonex? How do they compare to a production les paul. I was given a trashed out Sonex about two years ago. It had the bridge pickup missing and the wiring was all screwed up. It stayed in my closet until recently I had some extra time on my hands and started restoring it. It plays great for a cheap guitar. It has nice tone and sustain but the best thing is that it doesnt weigh as much as a les paul but for sound it cant replace the les paul. With all that said I think its a great guitar.

        • #102195
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          <i>Does anyone out there know anything about the Sonex? How do they compare to a production les paul.</i> I just recently got my Sonex "Standard" from doing a website for a gentleman selling a plethora of other guitars…this one obviously the low man on the totem pole….however, this axe is SWEET!! Action is low and true, the two zebra style humbuckers are true to their nature….tone is wide from smooth jazz chordings to blistering Gibbons ZZTop blues riffs…this ol’ "poor man’s les paul" has apparently gone the distance with wear and tear, nicks and gouges…but the character more than makes up for any cosmetic shortcomings…I wish I had known about these babies when they were made back in the early ’80s. This sucker weighs a ton and is most likely the reason it still feels as solid as it does and survived the mileage. You can beat back a pack of rabid dogs with this puppy. I only have to replace the 3 way switch (…simply worn-out…it happens…), bridge saddles (…pitted and worn from sweaty hand-jam no doubt…) and take it to the local tuning gurus to have the intonation properly set. It’s solid black, with a rosewood fingerboard so dark, it looks like ebony…this is a kind of "retro" paul with a pickguard that covers nearly 2/3 of the front… It has prompted me to pack up the ’73 modified black strat I’ve had since ’75 and sell it. Yes, if you cannot afford a "real" les paul, do not hesitate to grab a Sonex (…no more than 350 USD…less if you can get away with it as you will probably have some things to "fix" or replace anyway…) no matter what the looks are….the case I got with mine matches the guitar in its "beat-up" appearance…leather and/or naugahyde patches inside, metal edgings (…still plenty of orange or gold plush tho…), recent rivets popped in to hold on the latches…coolness. The package may not be pretty, but man can it sing.

          • #115773
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            I currently own 2 Sonnex 180 customs, and I’d say don’t even think about an LP. The custom has a special version of the hot-as-hell zebra humbuckers with adjustable pole peices on both coils (not just one like on the standard and deluxe) and individual leads from each coil to allow for the stock coil tap switch. In single-coil mode you can get really funky sounds out of the bridge pup as well as near-accoustic sounds from the neck. The custom also has an ebony fretboard (usually, my second one has rosewood… which I think is due to a swicheroo, but I’m not sure). Basically though the standard and deluxe sonexes are the poor man’s LP, the custom is so much more; it can emulate the LP damn well, while at the same time being much more versatile.

    • #46491
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      Hi, dont usually post this way as I hate people spamming message boards ;o) – but, I notice a lot of people come on here looking for various repair transfers or inlays for their more unusual guitars ( as well as the standard Gibbo and Fenders ). We specialise in musical instrument transfers and inlays, and can custom order and produce anything not in normal stock – as an example, we’ve made up transfers for : Alvarez Yairi, Epiphone, Dobro, Greco, Univox, Mosrite etc… We have a website at http://www.thedecalshop.co.uk or you can e-mail me with any specific requests. Thanks Mike

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    • #46488
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      I don’t know anything about guitars. I have only 200 Canadian to lay down, thinking maybe I’ll get a Peavy Raptor® Plus EXP or a Fender Squier Affinity Stratocaster. Any ideas?

      • #93945
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        : I don’t know anything about guitars. I have only 200 Canadian to lay down, thinking maybe I’ll get a Peavy Raptor® Plus EXP or a Fender Squier Affinity Stratocaster. Any ideas? llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

      • #93206
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        Definitely going to a music store and fiddling around with a variety is a good idea. Also, like buying a new car, buying a used guitar to start with is a good way to get more value for the dollar. Let’s not forget about EBay, though. If you find a make and model you like you can buy one fairly cheap from EBay. You may have to have some basic setup done by your local music store after you receive the guitar but it could be worth it. -M-

      • #92836
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        It’s really a matter of taste and style. It’s hard to give advice to newbies. Kind of like buying a car if you’ve never driven one. For your first guitar go to a music shop and just screw around with some. Pick what you feel comfortable with. Right now you probably have no concept of tone or style or anything and that will change when you get some experience. But for a first you just need something that plays, has a straight neck, with frets that are in decent shape. You’ll figure out what you really like over the next few years.

    • #46487
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      Alright i have a DoD death metal and a Boss Ds-1 distortion, i was wondering if anyone had a good setting for the pedal to make them metal or a slipknot sound.

      • #93213
        Anonymous
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        : Alright i have a DoD death metal and a Boss Ds-1 distortion, i was wondering if anyone had a good setting for the pedal to make them metal or a slipknot sound.

        • #111523
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          forget it !!! slipknot use tons of cabinets en monster amplification there is no way to reproduce this sound from just a small box..

        • #95004
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          Yeah….those pedals wont work. A nice distorion pedal is a Boss Metal Zone (80 bucks) and it really dpeends what amp you use.. james uses marshall cabs with a mesa boogey head, an mick uses marshall and randall cabs with a marshall head. but his head is way expensive and they pretty much use boss pedals and racks, like the gx-700 and such.

      • #93023
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        for a slipknot sound try useing vanhalen thats what i use

    • #46484
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      any body out there have any idea of the value of a 1970’s vintage k.yairi 6-string model Y80?

      • #88099
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        : any body out there have any idea of the value of a 1970’s vintage k.yairi 6-string model Y80? I own a Y-80, sole owner since 1973. Cant beat the sound of this classical guitar. I’ve played many in the 3-4 K$ range that lack the richness in timbre and versatility. Mine is a concert classical with beautiful inlay everywhere, two piece back. If it’s in reasonable condition I wouldn’t accept less than 2-3K$ for it.

    • #46485
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      I HAVE A VANTAGE FRETLESS BASE AND I WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT WHAT, IF ANYTHING IT IS WORTH.