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Joined: May 3, 2004
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RE: John Denver

It was interesting, I was reading something about John Denver in one of the "Popular music" encyclopedias, it was really quite scathing, they obviousl...

17 years ago
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RE: $$ Entry-level

Not wishing to undermine other peoples recommendations, but I've found epiphones to be very poorly made, though I've had no experience of their acoust...

17 years ago
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RE: good solid state amp

I'll second that motion for the Fender FM series. If you just want a good sounding, simple solid state they're great, and very loud. I've got an FM212...

17 years ago
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RE: Breakfast at Tiffanie's

Check out the Matchbox 20 version, it's a rather good cover methinks. Nice guitar arrangement too.Peter

17 years ago
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RE: Cheap "in ear" monitoring?

Thankyou very much!Excelent stuff. Yeah, I was actually thinking about the UB502, as I've got one of these. I'll try it out and see if it's practical....

17 years ago
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RE: You *know* you're a guitarist when...

When every other musician sounds out of tune. But not me... oh no.

17 years ago
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RE: danelectro/silvertone

Friend of mines got one of the Silvertone paul stanley guitars, rather batmanesque as you say. His one's one of the really oddly shaped ones; sorta fl...

17 years ago
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RE: Tele pup problems.......

Have you got the right type of pots? I'm sure somebody else would know more than me on the subject, but I have a feeling your average pickups ar 250k...

17 years ago
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RE: My friend is cleaning up his guitar collection

If your looking for a long term guitar, probably best to avoid ovations. They don't tend to last too long because the wood in them moves, expands and ...

17 years ago
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RE: Kind of GLUE to attach a pickguard?

By "White glue", do you mean PVA? (Sorry for my Englishness)That would probably be the best, because that can me taken off without leaving any nasty s...

17 years ago
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RE: High E repeatedly breaking

I don't know how common a problem that is, but two guys in my old band had exactly the same problem. Quite often it seems like the saddles are really ...

17 years ago
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RE: MIM Strats and Teles

Some Squier are indeed good. But I came across this Squire '51 at a Sam Ash recently. The frets were poking so far out from the sides and were so shar...

17 years ago
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RE: Poor Student With Limited Space

I agree, I think Shures would be a god bet. Don't own any myself, but from what I've heard they're the standard for a good reason. Apart from anything...

17 years ago
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