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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratty, Aug 6, 2014.
you get what you pay for, guitars are not an exception
Many people say that opinions are like a-holes..etc.
I believe that it is much more appropo to say that opinions are like elbows. Almost everybody has a couple.
Unless you have an operating sense of value for money
I very much dislike the Flying V shape.
Edit: and weirdo "metal" guitars, just cause it's black and pointy doesn't make it good...
Expensive guitars are just like expensive food and cars... they make 'em just because people buy 'em.
The bridge pup on a stratocaster doesn't need wiring to the tone pot. It's one of the coolest strat sounds
The middle pickup on a strat doesn't need wiring. It's the coolest in between sound.
Jimi did a lot rhythm work on the bridge albeit usually with fuzz.
The middle pick up on a Telecaster is the best.
A nice laminate wood acoustic guitar can sound glorious.
There's no such thing as "tone."
Yes. It's very Strat-like...
plain tops are more attractive than flame tops. generally speaking.
Fender synchronized tremolo is a miserable design.
I think its alright when its decked. Floating is a nightmare tho
I suppose your mileage may vary, depending on your amp, but I use the tone pot on my bridge pup all the time. It gets really shrill at high gain.
Depends heavily on how well the guitar is made, and the shimmer of a floating trem cannot be beat.
Neither Joe Bonamassa nor Jimmie Vaughan inspire any emotional response from me. Zero.
I love blues. I like Southern rock sometimes also. Certain players make me tap my feet, or start to dance, or want to listen to their stuff over and over again.
For example: Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, SRV, Jeff Healey, Robert Cray, etc etc etc, but Joe and Jimmie simply don't do it for me.
Haha... I also have an amended version of the that idiom...
Opinions are like a-holes: everyone has one & they all stink... except mine LOL
A Fender Esquire is a completely different, and superior sounding guitar when it's played with the bridge cover on.
They are likely the same pots in your overpriced boutique pedal.