- Aug 4, 2011
So I made this sub for our geetar chat...here are some birds playing guitars !!
So I play guitar and all, but what the fuck did you just say?It's physically a HSH set up with a 5 way selector, but you can split both 'buckers, it has a Gilmour Switch to allow you to run just the two outside "pups" or all three at once, and it has a switch that changes your volume pot between a 500k or 250k.
He said It's physically a HSH set up with a 5 way selector, but you can split both 'buckers, it has a Gilmour Switch to allow you to run just the two outside "pups" or all three at once, and it has a switch that changes your volume pot between a 500k or 250k.So I play guitar and all, but what the fuck did you just say?
Honestly, it's bad enough that it's completely driven me over the years not only to accept, but to outright be support of Chinese counterfeits. It's pretty much the only way to get something resembling most guitar models. I think the most fucked up thing is Fender's apparent love for Hendrix, yet they refuse to make a lefty of any of them, not even if you try getting it done through the custom shop for $10k+.Yeah Tef, I feel for you lefties.
Those old Stratacoustic/Telecoustic guitars. They were a cool idea, based on the old Kramer Ferringtons, but Fender really dropped the ball on them. They were made out of a flimsy plastic, and were overpriced for what it was. Sure, Overations are plastic, but those were absolutely overbuilt in comparson.I've never tried the acoustasonics. I tried one of Fender's early editions of acoustics modeled after the strat and it was disappointing. I've heard good things about the acoustisonics generation though. I may have to check one out.
I have a lot of different guitars,
1968 Fender Telecaster
1985 Gibson SG // I need to fix the neck, it broke off!
1957 Gibson ES-175 // Hollow body electric with P90 pickups
Yamaha steel string
Ibanez 12 string accoutic
Nylon string classical
I have an ancient Fender Vibro-champ that I need to change the capacitors on.
I'm thinking of buying a modeling amp, Something like a Boss Katana or a Fender GTX.
I don't have a lot of pedals, Just a ProCo Rat, and MXR Distortion+
I want to get some more pedals
I have several guitars too, but in the spirit of the question... What is your one "desert island" guitar?
That neck break tends to be a problem on the SGs..
Boss Katanas are cheap, reliable, and get the job done. They've become a mainstay for a ton of musicians. Modeling has come a long way, but the tube purists are still out there.