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How good is this gear, in your opinion?

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whistlebug23  
21 Jul 2008 14:34 | Quote
Joined: 25 May 2008
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Yesterday, my Father's friend gave me
1. Indiana Scout SCA - BK (black)
2. Kustom Sienna 65
3. Cable

I've tries to Google the guitar, but I couldn't find anything.
Also, I think the acoustic may have had pick-ups installed. I can't tell.
For authenticity, i colored some words and such. javascript:%20insertImg('txtTekst',%20'',%20'./board/img/2873_646531471_indiana.jpg')

One last thing, what strings do you recommend for a really active player. The kind that are tough. And last.
I have these now: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Dunlop-Nickel-Plated-Steel-Electric-Guitar-Strings---Medium-104918354-i1171510.gc



GRX40  
21 Jul 2008 15:05 | Quote
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I've never heard of Indiana guitars, so I'll have to look it up. But it's free gear, which is better than none. If you like it, then it's good! If you don't, you can always sell it.

As for strings, coated strings are supposed to last longer than regular strings. I know that many people like Elixirs, but I think most other brands carry some type of coated string.

EDIT: I looked up that guitar, and it seems to be a fairly standard acoustic-electric guitar. But it looks like it's got an onboard tuner, so that's pretty good. Here's what I found: Clicky!

Here's what I found about the amp. It seems to have a decent amount of effects/features on it, like a microphone input as well as a guitar input. It also appears to have some built-in effects.
whistlebug23  
21 Jul 2008 15:20 | Quote
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Thanks a lot for going through that! I might keep it, so I can walk around and play. I just need new strings, and a strap.
The amp is awesome. When he took it out, I at first thought it was an Orange.
Skold  
21 Jul 2008 18:56 | Quote
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Well, I generally don't trust gear with on-board tuners and such. But, try it, and tell us if it's any good.
GRX40  
21 Jul 2008 20:24 | Quote
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Skold says:
Well, I generally don't trust gear with on-board tuners and such. But, try it, and tell us if it's any good.


I would say the same thing for lower-end guitars, since it's not going to be the highest quality electronics, and thus sound worse. But if you get a good guitar with a good preamp system, it should sound good.
whistlebug23  
21 Jul 2008 21:19 | Quote
Joined: 25 May 2008
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It's so awesome to see people who care.
The Acoustic sounds, ah, okay. It needs new new new strings.
The amp. What to say. IT ROCKS! I like to hook up my B.C. Rich to the acoustic amp.
Crunch  
21 Jul 2008 21:35 | Quote
Joined: 31 Jul 2007
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My sister's husband gave her an Ovation Celebrity (I think it's a Celebrity) for her, if you will, graduation from residency (she's a doctor now, woohoo!). It has an on-board tuner and is a pretty darn nice guitar. Especially considering the back is some weird composite plastic stuff and not very deep. It still sounds really nice.
whistlebug23  
21 Jul 2008 22:18 | Quote
Joined: 25 May 2008
United States
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Well Crunch, tell your sister-in-law "Congratulations from that B.C. Rich player." on her leave from residency!


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