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genemaniac
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Joined: 11 years ago
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Acoustic Guitar(s)
Ibanez AEG20E
Ibanez 1977 (Do not know model). This one stays tuned to drop D.

Electric Guitar:
Fender Squire Bullet strat.

Violins:
Old acoustic beater I've had since Junior High. Make & model unknown.
Hohner 4 string electric.

Mandolin:
Old Lyons & Healy American Conservatory Bowl Back (Tater Bug) from 1906. This was passed down from my grandfather. The instrument is in great shape and quite playable.

Amps:
For electric guitar and violin - Line 6 Spyder III 15w modeling amp.
For acoustic/electric guitar and mic input - Behringer ACX450 45w

Effects & other stuff:

Dunlop Crybaby Wah
MXR Distortion pedal
Danelectro Chili Dog Octave pedal
Danelectro Metal pedal
Boss RC2 loop station with FS-5 footswitch


   
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mattster11
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How can I upload some pics of my guitars?


   
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Brian Krashpad
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How can I upload some pics of my guitars?

Matt: you need to upload them to an account somewhere on the web, then use the "IMG" tags to have them appear in your posts here. If you have a facebook or myspace account, you can use the web addresses of the pictures as they appear there. If not, a good free picture hosting site is imageshack.us or photobucket.com


   
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Niklas
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Joined: 17 years ago
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It was ages ago I visited to this forum, but i have kept on playing guitar and upgraded my equipment too of course. What i own now I'm actually really satisfied with.

Electrical Guitar:
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser. Very suitable for the hard rock/blues I like with a thick neck whick makes the bending easy and gives great tone. A lot of people complain about active EMG pickups not having enough "life" in them, but I don't think I would benefit from a pickup change.

Amp:
Laney VC15-110 Old English White. A special edition Laney tube amp in a very nice colour. Unfortunately it's in service now.

In Between:
Blackstar HT-dual. Very versatile three-channel distorsion pedal with a couple of tubes in it. Come in handy when I'm playing a gig and I don't know what amp I have to use. It always sounds good. I got this pedal for half price because the box was sundamaged!

Boss DD-7 Digital Delay. The only effect I need.

What I really, really should have bought a long time ago is a tuner in pedal form. Shame on me.

Oh, and almost forgot my most priced posession:

Acoustic guitar:

Furch D23-CR. The sound is just wonderful and it has a very nice feel when playing it. The sound is very close to a David Gilmour acoustic sound (think "Division Bell"). I much prefer it over the Martin and Gibsons that I've tried. I recommend you try this brand if you see one. I got a microphone installed in when i bought it but the music shop really did a crap job with it, because I get a lot hum (grounding problem) and very low volume.

"Talent is luck. The important thing in life is courage."


   
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Brian Krashpad
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What I really, really should have bought a long time ago is a tuner in pedal form. Shame on me.

While I have several of those as well, I'm a recent convert to clip-on tuners, specifically, the Snark. This sells for like $12 US in the States, and since it works on vibrations, your guitar doesn't to be plugged in at all, or if it is, you can have the volume down and still tune.


   
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Niklas
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What I really, really should have bought a long time ago is a tuner in pedal form. Shame on me.

While I have several of those as well, I'm a recent convert to clip-on tuners, specifically, the Snark. This sells for like $12 US in the States, and since it works on vibrations, your guitar doesn't to be plugged in at all, or if it is, you can have the volume down and still tune.

Hm, I've used one of those but never thought of buying one myself. They sure are a lot cheaper than the Boss TU-3 for example. Next time I'm in a music shop I'll buy one of them. They should be very handy in a live situation.

"Talent is luck. The important thing in life is courage."


   
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Brian Krashpad
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What I really, really should have bought a long time ago is a tuner in pedal form. Shame on me.

While I have several of those as well, I'm a recent convert to clip-on tuners, specifically, the Snark. This sells for like $12 US in the States, and since it works on vibrations, your guitar doesn't to be plugged in at all, or if it is, you can have the volume down and still tune.

Hm, I've used one of those but never thought of buying one myself. They sure are a lot cheaper than the Boss TU-3 for example. Next time I'm in a music shop I'll buy one of them. They should be very handy in a live situation.

Good luck! I now swear by them, use them in my rock band and church gigs.


   
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s1120
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What I really, really should have bought a long time ago is a tuner in pedal form. Shame on me.

While I have several of those as well, I'm a recent convert to clip-on tuners, specifically, the Snark. This sells for like $12 US in the States, and since it works on vibrations, your guitar doesn't to be plugged in at all, or if it is, you can have the volume down and still tune.

I like my clip on tuner becouse I can use it on all of my guitars.. The LP, the Reso, the accustic.... eaven my lap steel, and my kids junkyard accustic, and small size strat....When im working on setup, and repair I dont have to worry about plugging in the electrics.... I just go.. I can see the pedal tuner would be handy in a live electric show though.... But im a way off from that world...

Paul B


   
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PatoId
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My main axe: Ibanez 1977 Musician...heavily modified


   
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Niklas
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One of the guitarshops had a up to 80% sale, so I went to it today too look for a new soundcard and came home with this instead:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/7116419891/lightbox/

It's an Epiphone Broadway. Had never heard of the guitar before I saw it but it played very well and has a nice acoustic tone. I've always wanted a Gretsch White Falcon, and this may not be it, but it is a archtop which I didn't own until now. Only missing the Bigsby really.

I've no idea how it sounds plugged in, because I couldn't try it in the shop (they had no amp set up, yes, stupid in my opinion), and my guitar amp is still in service has it has been the last month. I only had to pay 2499 SEK (=357 USD) for it.

The setup is ok. The action could be a bit lower, but the intonation is spot on which had never happened when I've bought a new guitar before. I'm missing a case though and the guitar is huge, so it won't fit in another case I have. Think I'm going to order one online along with a guitar stand and a good strap. They only had nylon or leather straps with awful colours.

So, now I just to have to start a jazz career. To be honest, I'm hoping it's going too sound good with a slightly overdriven tube amp for playing chords and melody lines.

"Talent is luck. The important thing in life is courage."


   
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Niklas
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Ok, the Broadway was fine on the clean settings, but putting the amp into a mild overdrive gave me a really good, Chuch Berry-rock'n'roll sound. I don't know why it's only recommended for jazz, it works great for blues and rock'n'roll too.

"Talent is luck. The important thing in life is courage."


   
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CycleDude
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Joined: 12 years ago
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It's not much, compared to some, but it's mine...

25th Anniversary PRS SE Custom 24, scarlet red w/birds
2005 MIK Epiphone Casino, Natural finish
Ibanez EX360-PP, Purple
70's vintage Harmony acoustic

Peavy KB60 amp
Line 6 Floor Pod

7 pc. Gretsch Catalina Maple Drum Kit
Ibanez EX series electric guitar
PRS SE 25th Anniversary Custom 24


   
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Legendaryk4
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Joined: 11 years ago
Posts: 59
 

Esp LTD F-50
Boss ME-70
Peavey Vyper 30
Roland Cube 15xl


   
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guitarforlife
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Joined: 11 years ago
Posts: 17
 

Guitars
Gibson Les Paul Classic
ESP LTD EC-1000

Amps
Marshall JVM 4010C
Fender Hotrod Deville

My Blog
www.playing-the-guitar.net


   
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Pilot
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Joined: 19 years ago
Posts: 180
 

Here's the newest addition to the family:

Sorry for the awful picture, the light in this room isn't great for photography. It's a Xaviere (guitarfetish.com house brand) XV-820 Tele knockoff. Bought it off their scratch 'n' dent pile for $149. Still can't find the purported blemish.

Maple neck, butterscotch semi-transparent finish over a 3-piece ash body. Weighs about 8 pounds...you definitely know you're holding it. :D Typical vintage Tele setup, single coil at the bridge and a lipstick at the neck. Sounds great considering what I paid for it. The bridge pup is far, far hotter and twangier that I would have expected, and while the neck pup is a *little* muddy, it has a warmth to it that can be dialed in on the amp for some good rhythm tone. No complaints, especially for the price!


   
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