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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by 3bolt79, May 30, 2021.
Man John 5 Can shred a telecaster like nobody's business and Clean as well
the shred or die, but i like that one too.
because i watched all of your videos
i was wondering when you were gonna fire back!
You mean the ones I made with yer mom?
lol...touche, my friend...
I'm not shredder, it goes without saying, but man..that Schecter that someone posted in a NGD post yesterday really has me tempted to at least get a little pointy. What gorgeous instrument.
I'm not a "shredder" either, but those type of guitars just tend to (IMO) play very nicely.
Don't stoke my GAS.....My new policy is two out, one in....and only the cheap stuff seems to be selling off CL lately...
im no shredder either.....maybe a wannabe shredder, lol.
anyway, for some reason, @sam_in_cali has my shredder at his house. i dont know how it got there.
I am no shredder but that didn't stop me from buying my latest.
Pointy, 24 frets, humbuckers that clean up, jumbo frets, flat radius
It also has some pretty cool flush mount strap locks
Was hard to pick just 3 features off your list, everything on there characterizes a shredder so well. A few shredders I've got right now tick most of those boxes, and they're definitely among my favorites to play. 24 jumbo frets, thin + flat necks, Floyd-style double-locking trem systems, humbuckers, at least a little bit pointy.
Ibanez PIA-style build:
Schecter C-1 SLS Evil Twin:
I love those Heltercasters, especially the yellow one
God dammit John all awesome, but that that Tangerine Dream OMG!!
My Yamaha had the knobby headstock Pacifica thing going on.
Purely psychological, a bit of sanding, I'll be able to take the bassists' other eye out.
My only real shredder:
It's an Agile Geodesic Pro 625. Came stock with Fishman Fluence Modern humbuckers, stainless steel frets, roasted maple neck and an ebony board.
It's very lightweight and I absolutely love the color, something Rondo Music called "Blue Purple Burst" hahahaha, very inventive! It looks different depending on the lighting:
All in all a very versatile and fun guitar!
I love shredder style guitars with Floyds, super HB's, near flat radiuses and ultra low action, locking tuners, and pointy heads... carved tops are the icing on the cake.
But all they do is remind me of how bad I wish I could shred and how pitiful my quest to shred was. Lord knows I gave it my best, but it was like Urkel training to beat Mike Tyson.
I closed that chapter of my life about 10 years ago when I sold my ESP Horizon. That ship has sailed forever.
How do you like the Heman Li Egen model? Been gassing for one of those for awhile.
I still have no clue on all the "shredder" stuff. I can play pretty fast in multiple styles and mostly play anything on any guitar. Have preferences but don't use trems, they are usually blocked on my guitars and I have fingerboards that differ, different radius, different frets. Meh.
Some of my tastes would align with the "shredders" but the fast stuff I play may well not be shredding.
Seriously don't really know.