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Notim  
15 Feb 2008 21:43 | Quote
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And Doz I really like your Ibanez,I have owned a few of them but my thoughts are that they are oustanding playing and sounding guitars but the volume nob gets in the way,this is also a draw back on the Kramer(same stlye)but having a original Rose lets my hand move slightly back so when I play I don.t turn the guitar down as I play, as I normally do with this stlye of guitar.
GuitarBoy666  
15 Feb 2008 23:43 | Quote
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Try playing a Godin LG EMG.. Played it today.. wow. Was AMAZING. Fast as hell, nice, and sounded sick-asssss !!!
Also, Freeway EMG's are wicked nice too.
Doz  
16 Feb 2008 07:45 | Quote
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Notim: Not encountered that problem yet... my picking hand is quite tame though.
Notim  
16 Feb 2008 11:42 | Quote
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Thats cool ....Its kinda wierd my pinky on my right hand just slightly rubs the nob and it slowly turns down ,I was going to tape mine or try to lock it some how.
GuitarBoy666  
16 Feb 2008 12:22 | Quote
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Me too Notim I hate when my pink goes that way, sometimes I try curling it but it never works.
Guitarslinger124  
16 Feb 2008 14:29 | Quote
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i used to have that problem...where my pinky would turn the volume knob...but then i watched a video of some dude and he was explaining the different advantages to slanting your pick to different degrees and i was messing around with that...i found that by slanting my pick to about 45 degrees and i can pick more accurately and my pinky isnt close to the volume knob anymore...
GuitarBoy666  
16 Feb 2008 17:51 | Quote
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@GS,
You mean so that like your pick is kind of hitting the strings at the side of the pick, and the tip too?
It is hard to explain...
les_paul  
16 Feb 2008 19:44 | Quote
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The only thing I'm not sure if I like or not about this guitar is the pick gaurd. I don't know if it looks better with or without the pick gaurd.


GuitarBoy666  
16 Feb 2008 20:12 | Quote
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^^^ Has a nice guitar.
Maybe if you got like a black pickguard or something it would suit it better. Thats a really nice guitar though.

One thing I hate about most les paul guitar's I played:
The 22nd fret is really hard to Access
les_paul  
16 Feb 2008 22:41 | Quote
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I have a small marshal amp I think it is the same amp as the one pictured above in goodtunes picture. does a small amp take away from your guitar's sound.
telecrater  
16 Feb 2008 23:46 | Quote
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i like the pick guard it's a nice contrast form the darkness of the guitar. if you did go with black pick guard then the pickup ring's and the selector switch ring would stand out more. as it is they really are not notice.

it's a very nice looking guitar
GuitarBoy666  
17 Feb 2008 11:19 | Quote
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It's not that it 'takes away' from your sound. It just depends on the wattage of it. If it is like 100 watts then you are gonna have loads of power. If it is only 10.. Well, it is good enough for a practice amp.

I use a 30 watt Line 6 Spider III and I love it. I think they are very underrated. I think it sounds amazing (for my liking) and it is pretty loud for 30 watts too. It has built in effects and everything. You just need the right kind of amp that suits you and your sound.

If you want more sound, look into a cabin and a pedal (single or multi effects) because you can join most single effects, it will give you a really unique sound.
J.M.P.A.  
18 Feb 2008 07:11 | Quote
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Hi that is my new used guitar I have received it as a gift because is not has been used for a long time. I want opinions about this guitar.
Is a FAME by HONDO the model is a Mastercaster that is probably a imitaion of a stratocaster.







deefa  
18 Feb 2008 08:55 | Quote
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Notim said:-

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The up-side of having a volume knob in that position is that it's great for 'violining'.
deefa  
18 Feb 2008 08:56 | Quote
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Buggered that up didn't I !(whoops! sorry pardon)
deefa  
18 Feb 2008 08:59 | Quote
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Notim said

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And Doz I really like your Ibanez,I have owned a few of them but my thoughts are that they are oustanding playing and sounding guitars but the volume nob gets in the way,this is also a draw back on the Kramer(same stlye)but having a original Rose lets my hand move slightly back so when I play I don.t turn the guitar down as I play, as I normally do with this stlye of guitar.

I don't know if this will work but I'm not doing it again!
Doz  
18 Feb 2008 10:04 | Quote
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Haha, maybe yer should give up on quotes.
deefa  
18 Feb 2008 11:39 | Quote
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Haha, maybe yer should give up on quotes.
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Agreed!!

Anyhoo, How about the bit about 'violining'?
Notim  
19 Feb 2008 04:02 | Quote
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Lmao...GS I'll have to give that a try,I tryed all kinda things but the problem is that I use my picky or back of my hand to mute the strings and if I turn my hands or pick I kinda feel jamed...I try though cause I really like the guitar!
EMB5490  
19 Feb 2008 13:46 | Quote
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err idk if its sopposed 2 be like tht but is ther only 21 frets on ur guitar jmpa?
deefa  
20 Feb 2008 09:09 | Quote
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Hi J.M.P.A. I notice the whammy bar on your Hondo Strat is scewed in between your B & E strings. Is this by accident or design?
Guitarslinger124  
20 Feb 2008 15:18 | Quote
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Notim says:
the problem is that I use my picky or back of my hand to mute the strings and if I turn my hands or pick I kinda feel jamed


I use my pinky and palm to mute the strings...which, you are right, makes angeling the pick kinda awkward...so what i did was simple bend my index finger and my thumb a little further in to compensate...it may take some getting used to, but i found it easier to play right away.
deefa  
21 Feb 2008 08:09 | Quote
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Yo GS! I see you've been putting a bit of 'flesh' on your bones!
Guitarslinger124  
21 Feb 2008 11:53 | Quote
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hehe...yea...the old skull me is sleeping...no pun intended...hehe...ive used that skull dude for ever...wanted something different
deefa  
21 Feb 2008 15:38 | Quote
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This one's even better, it looks like you're auditioning for the Beatles!
luckyhubbie  
21 Feb 2008 16:11 | Quote
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Am I not allowed to post any more?? tried to put my Guitar up twice now and nothing?
EMB5490  
21 Feb 2008 19:49 | Quote
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did u download ur pics from aol?
same thing happend 2 me
Guitarslinger124  
21 Feb 2008 21:22 | Quote
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deefa says:
This one's even better, it looks like you're auditioning for the Beatles!


hehe...ug...i am definitely not a fan of the beatles...theyve got some good tunes...but for the most part, they are one of the few rock bands i cant stand to listen to!
luckyhubbie  
21 Feb 2008 21:27 | Quote
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No. Not using aol. I'll try once again. My guitar wasn't free but ended up getting it for almost half price because Sam Ass sold me a crappy martin.

Doz  
22 Feb 2008 11:09 | Quote
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Ahh, nice.
luckyhubbie  
22 Feb 2008 12:51 | Quote
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Thanks! I like it.

A buddy of mine gave me this guitar to use while i was shopping for my Guild. Anyone know anything about it. I have seen guitars for sale that look just like it for under 200 US and seen others just the same for over 1000. either way I think it's beautiful.


J.M.P.A.  
22 Feb 2008 15:19 | Quote
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It has 21 frets rare or not? and whamy bar is in here for design
telecrater  
22 Feb 2008 20:14 | Quote
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not it's pretty standard. really nice piece! I love the wood grain. I have been thinking about a hollow body for the last several months. I'll defiantly have to check it out.

Joe Pass Epiphone

MF's Joe Pass Epiphone
EMB5490  
22 Feb 2008 20:22 | Quote
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idk i just saw another with 21 frets, i think its strange u gotta bend 1 and a half steps to get to next octave
telecrater  
22 Feb 2008 21:32 | Quote
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I have played a lot of guitars and never felt the need to use a 24th fret if that is what your talking about. i had a 24 fret Ibanez and got rid of it, just did not like it. I don't use a lot of the high registers when i play personaly it's just not my style. I would imagine it's a play it if you got it thing. if you only got 21 frets thats what your going to play...
goodtunes  
23 Feb 2008 18:30 | Quote
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kelly seven string KE7. alot like leagues but with reversed headstock and no floating bridge with trembar

EMB5490  
23 Feb 2008 18:46 | Quote
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oooo....sexy...lol man niceeee guitar. how much is somthin like tht?
Notim  
23 Feb 2008 19:34 | Quote
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I like it bro But I never played a 7 string....someday
goodtunes  
23 Feb 2008 20:26 | Quote
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EMB5490 i got it for 205 out the door after tax in a pawn shop. i starting a collection and hanging them all on the wall.

Notim i cant even play a 6 string yet lol. i just got it cause it was a good deal.

Luckyhubbie that a kewl looking epiphone its a hollowbody like the dot but shapesd like a les paul, kewl cross breed
EMB5490  
23 Feb 2008 20:50 | Quote
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well i hope its a good deal...i prob wouldnt buy somthin out of a regular pawn shop or somthn like tht but if it plays well...

also never played 7 strings i gotta try tht

i saw in ur othr forum posts, goodtunes, tht u just started...hella guitar 2 start on.
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