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scored big time on some guitars

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goodtunes  
26 Jun 2008 09:55 | Quote
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guy i work with was trying to get rid of all his gear that he had in storage so he wouldnt have to pay the fee anymore. i got a american strat, esp 7 string, and a made in usa peavey razor. the peavy razor is kinda an uncommon guitar and looks like no other so i am pretty happy about that one.

i tried to post a pic but it didnt pull up?
goodtunes  
26 Jun 2008 09:59 | Quote
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ironman91313  
26 Jun 2008 10:00 | Quote
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wow never seen anything like that be4
goodtunes  
26 Jun 2008 10:00 | Quote
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the esp 7 string is a strat body so i am gonna trade it for a esp les paul body style today.
foogered  
26 Jun 2008 10:06 | Quote
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But how does it sound? :P
GuitarBoy666  
26 Jun 2008 11:11 | Quote
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I don't like that.
Looks like a reverse flying V with an extra pointy thing on the side.
Can't be comfortable for sitting and playing
goodtunes  
26 Jun 2008 11:34 | Quote
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actually the notch sits on my leg pretty good. that how i described it as well a reverse v with an extra piece.

sounds ok to me.

i just need a flying V body now. i saw an epiphone korina v in a pawn shop but they wanted a little too much i think. but it really would round out the collection.
GuitarBoy666  
26 Jun 2008 13:53 | Quote
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Well as long as it sounds good I guess.
I still would NEVER use a reverse V on stage, or at all, even if it was the best sounding guitar in the world. It would be embarrassing. I would use that one though, it isn't as bad.
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Jun 2008 14:09 | Quote
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lol thats awesome.. looks rather comfy actually
foogered  
26 Jun 2008 14:38 | Quote
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I'd never use a V, period.
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Jun 2008 14:42 | Quote
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i doubt i would use a gibson v.. a jackson v i would

id never use a les paul tho =p
GuitarBoy666  
26 Jun 2008 15:38 | Quote
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Hehe I am still like IN LOVE with this Blue Gibson Les Paul that is at the tore. It's so nice, and it sounds beautiful hehe but it's too expensive, and I still didn't pay off my Exit 22 yet.
goodtunes  
26 Jun 2008 16:14 | Quote
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hey bodom i like the way the jackson neck is shaped. makes me feel like i could go faster. course that is after i practice some more.

i have somehow started a collection of cheap(relative term i guess)guitars. i trying to get most of the body styles covered. and also i trying to find somewhat odd guitars that make the collection something that is different and a conversation piece. my fav guitar to play is still my epiphone dot though. unless i wanna go for a straight metal sound i grab the jackson. the peavey razor has hot pickups and a metal sound as well.
GRX40  
26 Jun 2008 18:40 | Quote
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You got an American strat? How much $$$? Those are supposed to be pretty nice.
goodtunes  
27 Jun 2008 11:56 | Quote
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Well the guy at work told me he wanted $200 for the ameri strat, $300 for the esp 7 string. later on he told me he would make a deal and that if i bought the strat and esp for the 500 he would through in an extra guitar. i picked the peavey i had never seen it or knew anything about it. So i got 3 guitars for 500 thats 166 a peice. not to mention that one was an american made strat. his value estimate of those guitars was backwards for sure, if not off a little also. the ameri strat worth way more than the esp 7 since the the esp was a lower end model.

Of course the strat has seen better days and i brought it to the music shop day after i got because the jack was loose and not making sound all the time. I thought just a matter of fixing the jack but when they fixed the jack at the store they said something else wrong with it too. they said they think its the toggle switch since it feels kinda weird. the guy at the shop was asking me a few questions about how i got it. says he has a same year as that one. 89' model so its kinda wore down but its kinda kewl to have a vintage looking wore down guitar. just hope it dont cost alot to fix it. even if it does i still ahead of the game. i think i got a pretty good deal.

already made a deal to trade the esp 7 string for a esp les paul body style. the other guys esp les paul is a better model than the 7 and hes a kid so i prob add in my digitech rp150 for just a little bit of cash. or maybe just throw it in.
Ibanez  
27 Jun 2008 14:40 | Quote
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I told myself i would never get a funky shaped guitar for the sole reason that iut would be weird to play with while sittng. I bought an ibanez iceman and it fits into the crotvh area perfectly :p
johnsmith  
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How could this game not get a perfect score for sound? The songs included on the menu for GH3 are astounding and the best yet in the history of the game. The songs sound amazing in 5.1 surround sound, as some of them have been digitally re-mastered just for this game.
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