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Duff's Polls Part 3: guitar type poll

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(@duffmaster)
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Which would you prefer.

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(@ghost)
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Flying V is my favorite even with my other guitar's (Epi LP, strat body Martin, Ibanez RG & GSA mod strat). :D

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(@greybeard)
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Quite a few replies, here
https://www.guitarnoise.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=12294

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(@off-he-goes)
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I like Les Paul, look great, sound great, nice weight,and an amazing neck.

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(@dan-t)
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I guess I'd say the Strat, as it's the one I seem to pick up the most. I also have a LP & Tele, and nothing wrong with them either.

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(@kingpatzer)
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I prefere the guitar that will deliver the sound I'm looking for for the style of music I'm playing.

That said, I most frequently prefere to play swing and gypsy jazz. So the guitar I'm most frequently playing (of those listed) is an archtop.

But I own an LP and a Strat as well.

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ACOUSTIC

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(@duffmaster)
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I knew someone was going to go there...

Who needs a signature?
I mean really...
It's almost always lyrics...
or a cliche...
or garbage about me...
Lets just save YOU from the pain, ok?


   
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(@rocker)
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les paul, there is no substitute imo 8)

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(@jasonrunguitar)
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Tone aside, something sleek and wicked looking is the way to go for me!

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(@anonymous)
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Explorers all the way. I like the tone and they feel comfortable in my lap. Unlike Les Pauls or Strats which just fall off. Not sure why that is. Oh well.

BC Rich actually makes semi-hollow bodies now. Not sure if it's the same thing as those guitars you see in country or jazz, or what you'd use them for.


   
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(@pvtele)
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Hard one to answer. I've a Strat and a Tele, and currently the Tele gets 90% of the action. But I played a lovely old cherry SG off and on for around 10 years, and loved it. Wish I hadn't sold the thing now!

(Currently I'm Jonesing for either a Gordon Smith (handmade British guitar, cedar body, set mahogany neck - beautiful!) - or a PRS with P-90's. I've really fallen for the sound you get with single-coils, set necks, and those all-in-one stoptail bridges. Sustainnnnnnnnn 8) Have to save a little, though :( )


   
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(@ginger)
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Jackson! 8)


   
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(@tre-billie-mike)
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I'd Have to say the SG because i think it looks really cool and the sound you get out of it is awesome well when i listen to AC/DC because i own an Epiphone Les Paul Special 2 :oops: but i am looking at saving up and buying either an Epiphone SG or Epi. Les Paul Custom Cherry Sunburst depends which gives me the sound i want :) besides not many guitarists use an SG they mainly use Les Paul's, Strat's, Flying V's etc. etc. so i might get the SG anyway talk to you all later 8)

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(@duffmaster)
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I personally am a bit shocked by the results so far. I thought the strat and les paul's would win by landslide, but odviously the tele/esquire crowd has upset. :)

Who needs a signature?
I mean really...
It's almost always lyrics...
or a cliche...
or garbage about me...
Lets just save YOU from the pain, ok?


   
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