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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Omar, Sep 20, 2019.
Yes they are and that one is gorgeous!!!
I’m not gonna comment on his guitar playing, but that mustache is gorgeous.
Wow! Nice guitar. It looks a lot like an 84 Ibanez Artist AM75 I was given recently.
Care to guess what guitar(s) i used for that?
I have owned both a hollow and a semi-hollow. Granted, they were knock-offs (Ibanez hollow, SX semi-hollow), but I was still generally disappointed in both. The guitars looked cool, and each was significantly lighter (weight) than a solid-body, but I found them bulky and awkward to play. I guess I thought I would discover some cool tones, but the humbuckers just just sounded like humbuckers.
(What? I'm trying to help!)
Thank you E great videos. Regarding tone knob on guitar, I’ll check the capacitor, if it’s low, I replace it with a higher value one.
Very nice guitar my brother!
Happy NGD in advance! And congrats on the cornfield tour LOL
I don’t know, but I’m sure it has a HB maybe the headstockless guitar? lol
Thank you, you’re helping
I don’t mind the size, I had a semi hallow before. Neck and tone are the most important factors.
Is this thread still going? It should be euthanised...
Daydreaming wastes valuable practice time...
Great ideas and Gasing here, it should keep going
Buy a new guitar when you've worn out the one you have.
I love the one I have. I don’t think that any other guitar could replaced it however, sometimes you both need a break lol
I listen to the voices in my head a lot more than most of the opinions on this forum. Seems to have worked.
Having said that, this is REALLY what you need
Nope... not one of the .strandberg* guitars, and not a humbucker in sight either.
i used a stock MIJ '57 style Stratocaster with a maple neck and low output AlNiCo pickups, neck pickup setting for both tracks.
This is a type of guitar which is normally thought of as quite bright and spanky, tone-wise. And yet...
Go back to that 2nd video i linked above, and pay close attention to point #6, please.
Stop GASsing, and get in the 'shed!
Amazing! what have you done?
Yes, the player! But can I make a note sound different than yours?
GASsing is a built-in feature, it comes and goes lol
She knows her instruments. She listens to the voices in her head. And then comes the practice.
I’m the opposite more or less lol
The middle road is to stop spending time GAS:ing. Just get what you want and get back to playing
The Tele and the amp get along so well.
Great tone and groove brother!