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guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 21:41 | Quote
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ive been serching the web and there are quite a few new guitars from namm. has any one seen any of them? and which are your favourites. if you havnt seen any look and the manufactuers site.

my ultimate favourite has to be the new ibanez xiphos with 27 frets, im totally gonna buy when its actually out. itll go nice with the xiphos i have now :P

guitarslinger would be pleased to know there a few esp to look at as well
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Jan 2009 22:23 | Quote
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some of the new esp's on their site look pretty cool. does Namm have a website where u can look at all the stuff there?
guitarmastergod  
19 Jan 2009 07:55 | Quote
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they have a site but i dont think it shows the products. you would have to go to the specific site. musicians friend has a link on the front page with all the new products to.
foogered  
19 Jan 2009 09:29 | Quote
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Moog Guitar.

http://www.moogmusic.com/moogguitar/?section=product&product_id=21130
guitarmastergod  
20 Jan 2009 18:40 | Quote
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that guitar isnt really my style, if i wanted infinite sustain id get a fernandes sustainer pick up
foogered  
20 Jan 2009 19:18 | Quote
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Haha, it's about much more than just "infinite" sustain.
RA  
20 Jan 2009 19:49 | Quote
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foogered(and others) I'm interstead in your opinion (if you wish to reply) on the state in which guitars/instruments in general are headed? i find this whole vintage crap and the stuff that goes along with it, very degenerating and when anything new comes out like Parker flys, trans trem, ect through obvious not always good are instantly shut down instead of developed or lead to new and better ideas. that syths which have the power to make sounds unheard of are largely trying simulate other instruments. the only good expect i can think of is the mini-Moog. I remember reading a quote from John cage saying not to worry that when cars first came out they resembled carriages but look at them know. that was in 1950s. granted some things where invented in the late 1960 early 1970s(obviously not just then but you get the idea) but come on with digital/space age tech we should be doing things people can only dream about not mopping about how it was better then. i blame endorsers making people only be seen with certain products but in the studios there loaded with parkers and such. i don't know maybe it just a dumb rant
foogered  
20 Jan 2009 21:12 | Quote
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Well, I'm going to share with you a little bit of what I was taught in my Sociology class last semester. I leave it to you to decide how you feel about this; I'm still working on it myself.

Our society is moving into a period of "simulated reality". A large majority of what we experience (including contact with other humans) comes through electronic screens and other indirect, or simulated sources. Along with this simulated reality, there's also a hunger for things that are "vintage" or "authentic" which are often just as simulated as what you experience through your TV screen, but these things are tangible and LOOK like the original thing, even though they aren't.

This being said, people may be clinging onto the "vintage" and "authentic" guitar styles and sounds that they know and love, rather than embrace change and progress.

Post-Modernism is kind of crazy.
RA  
20 Jan 2009 21:32 | Quote
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diffidently something to ponder about. but it shows a direction to head for. and explains why i don't watch/own a tv,do IM/text, and refused to get a cell phone for the longest time(JOB) and why I read more books then are good for me and why i don't feel the same about vintage stuff because i shun that way of life. diffidently something to ponder about that and Nietzsche's "birth of a tragedy"


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