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toastninja  
13 Apr 2009 21:47 | Quote
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the model number on it is S-200MMB, as far as i know it is from the late 80's or early 90's back when Ephiphone was making strat copies. For what i paid for it it plays quite well, and the dual humbucker setup isn't that common.
Ozzfan486  
14 Apr 2009 18:38 | Quote
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Its awsome man. Very original. Looks kinda like a Charvel. What pickups are in it? stock?
toastninja  
14 Apr 2009 19:27 | Quote
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As far as i know they are stock, they seem to be aged about the same as the guitar, but i bought it used so im not 100% sure
Empirism  
16 Apr 2009 16:15 | Quote
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I got my new amp!! And I LOVE IT!!! fantastic sound... but I think I gotta get new cabinet rofl... looks so unbalanced xD, but It worked surprisingly good with that ladyluck speaker.




BodomBeachTerror  
16 Apr 2009 16:37 | Quote
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i think the head is too big lol. looks sweet tho, cant wait to hear it
jcb3000  
16 Apr 2009 18:15 | Quote
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In the words of the guy from Jaws "we're gunna need a bigger boat!"
In your case, you're gunna need a bigger cab!
RA  
16 Apr 2009 19:00 | Quote
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you should keep it like that just for the sake of it by far the funnest picture i have seen in weeks. or at lest keep as a stand for the head. that's hilarious
shreadhead96  
16 Apr 2009 22:05 | Quote
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yeah i wold get a new cab
Empirism  
16 Apr 2009 23:42 | Quote
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Haha RA, I though the same xD. Anyway, that cabinet have 70 watts and that head have sure enough kicks to that, I like the sound of it so if set a look aside I think with these I easily cut over drums so these fit quite good for even a small pub gigs...

I tested it in home and when turned volume knob to clock nine, it was as loud I think Im goin to need earplugs... Anyway, gotta start to save money, but those cabinets are so friggin expensive. I think if I plan to 2x12, but dunno yet.

One thing was quite interesting. When it came and I tested it, it was noisy and crap sounding. Much of hissing and stuff. With the amp there came two cables for the speaker and guitar plug. I changed the guitar cable and everything was perfect... so they sell cool amps and with these they send cables that are so crap that only use is tie something up with them. Better if they didnt send any cables.

Cheers!
Heather  
17 Apr 2009 07:55 | Quote
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Wow, awsome collection Emp! Why does everyone have more gear then me?Although, yeah I'd say you need a new cabinet...at least I have a cabinet. Thanks, that pic made me feel a little better about my limited musical gear.
Empirism  
17 Apr 2009 14:22 | Quote
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Hehe, thanks Heather.. glad that you feel better xD. BUT, did you ever tried to put 4x12 cabinet to a backseat of Toyota with 2 doors?...

that cabinet is maybe small, but it sound good and its easy to move and with 70 watts it have enough power because im not yet in stadium size concerts xD...for example Laney 4x12 cabinet weights 32 kilos... but Im pretty sure that more you eat, more the hunger grows, so I think I buy new cabinet in the future...
league  
17 Apr 2009 14:25 | Quote
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Yeah I know what you mean Empirism. I have a hard time putting my 1x12 combo amp in the back of my Toyota Corolla.
Nutter166  
17 Apr 2009 15:12 | Quote
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I want your rug Emp...
Heather  
18 Apr 2009 10:07 | Quote
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@Empireism, haha! I can just imagine you trying to shove that in one of those little Toyotas!

Although I should mention...my cabinet is pretty useless! I've never even got to use it. It's some sort of big fat Crate, I think it's called something like a V-Series. I stick to accoustics...especially since I don't even have an electric. My brother just randomly gave me it when he gave up playing bass. I don't know what to do with it! I actually just stuck in my garage loft.

None the less, I shall continue to show off that I have a cabinate...makes me proud all the same.
Empirism  
18 Apr 2009 12:30 | Quote
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You need an electric or and Amp Head to get it to use.

Is it this one?




if you have no use for it, try to sell it... I think you can have even 120$ of it... and use that one for new acoustic or singing gears forexample :)
Ozzfan486  
18 Apr 2009 14:54 | Quote
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That's probably my next. I'm gonna sell the Les Paul. It just doesn't work for me. Plus I've fallen in love with the Floyds.
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Apr 2009 17:02 | Quote
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this is what i have, its been great but i want something more, i mean a 300-400 dollar guitar can only take you so far before you need something better




im probly gonna get one of these, they look so classy, but i wanna try it first but i dont think theres any store near me that sells them

Ozzfan486  
18 Apr 2009 19:13 | Quote
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Go on Schecter's site and find dealer locations dude. Hellraisers are sweet but It just seems like that what a lot of metal guys play so I'm playing dean. The Jackson will only be for Drop D.
toastninja  
18 Apr 2009 19:48 | Quote
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The local shop where i live actually sells Schecter and they have several models in the store. Visually the guitars are spectacular and ive heard rather positive remarks about the sound you can get from them, but ive always kinda been too afraid to try one out..i won't touch anything i cant afford to buy just to be safe.
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Apr 2009 20:07 | Quote
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the only guy i know who uses them is Jeff Loomis, and Syn. Gates, but hes not that good. and i know tons of people who use deans... or did u mean u use deans cuz thats what alot of dean players use?

yeah actually i think there is a place pretty near, but im gonna save up so i dont have to decline to buy, which can be awkward lol
Ozzfan486  
18 Apr 2009 20:28 | Quote
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No, I meant metal players overall. Like underground and people who aren't in bands yet.
toastninja  
18 Apr 2009 20:57 | Quote
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Well don't forget its all about personal preference too. Find the guitar that you like to play and play well on, not just one that looks cool. While aestetics are great playability is really what your paying for, and for every person the right guitar is a little different.
Ozzfan486  
19 Apr 2009 00:34 | Quote
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Actually I've wanted an ML and a V before I ever even started playing guitar. It's weird, I once had printed out pictures of a couple guitars and there was an ML [my exact one] and a Jackson V [the exact one I'm selling the LP for]. Like destiny or something. lol.
Ollie  
19 Apr 2009 11:44 | Quote
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Here are my current guitars (to include my sons Wii Rockband guitar)...

From left to right...

Jasmine by Tamarine Acoustic w/aftermarket pickups. (This is my trail guitar for around the campfire.)

Ibanez Hollow Electric in flat black. (My daily player. I love this guitar.)

Schecter 4-String Bass in flat Vampyre Red.

Six String Fender Strat (This is was my first electric. A fun little guitar.)


Empirism  
19 Apr 2009 13:02 | Quote
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Jasmine! :P... lovely acoustic. I have also Jasmine acoustic, but its not with pickups tho.. Nice collection there, that rockband guitar steal the show :P...

Cheers
Ollie  
19 Apr 2009 15:27 | Quote
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Empirism says:
Jasmine! :P... lovely acoustic. I have also Jasmine acoustic, but its not with pickups tho.. Nice collection there, that rockband guitar steal the show :P...

Cheers


Thanks!!!

When I hung the guitars my son was addiment about adding a hanger for his Wii guitar. I'm thinking about buying a LP to place in that hanger though.
Heather  
19 Apr 2009 16:49 | Quote
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Empirism says:
if you have no use for it, try to sell it... I think you can have even 120$ of it... and use that one for new acoustic or singing gears forexample :)


Ah, SELL IT! Gosh I should've thought of that! I feel a little daft now. Great idea! And yeah that's the one I have. Can't wait to get something useful to replace it. Thanks for the heads up Emp!

@Ollie, woah that's a great collection! No definately get another great real guitar to put in that hanger. A fraud from guitar hero would be a crime against your wonderful display! (Don't tell your son I said that!)
Ollie  
20 Apr 2009 10:52 | Quote
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Heather says:
Ollie, woah that's a great collection! No definately get another great real guitar to put in that hanger. A fraud from guitar hero would be a crime against your wonderful display! (Don't tell your son I said that!)


Thanks Heather. My son is only 4 years old so he won't take it personally. :)
Thirtythr33  
29 Apr 2009 20:21 | Quote
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Here's a slide show of my most loved guitar. Hope you all like it.




BodomBeachTerror  
29 Apr 2009 21:29 | Quote
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looks snazzy
EMB5490  
29 Apr 2009 22:09 | Quote
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A RANDY FAN? YAY!
bodom  
3 May 2009 17:27 | Quote
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EMB5490  
3 May 2009 18:19 | Quote
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more coming
EMB5490  
3 May 2009 20:13 | Quote
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more pics
telecrater  
3 May 2009 20:26 | Quote
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nice gibby there...is that one yours or did your knock over a cover band on your way home from school?
EMB5490  
3 May 2009 22:04 | Quote
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nope its mine, bought it, all mine. its a 1968 lp custom ri.
telecrater  
3 May 2009 22:17 | Quote
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very nice
Crunch  
3 May 2009 22:33 | Quote
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Wow, how much did that Les Paul cost you?
toastninja  
3 May 2009 22:42 | Quote
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1 1968 Gibson LP Custom = 1 halfway decent used car
EMB5490  
4 May 2009 06:43 | Quote
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1 1968 gibson lp custom= WAAYY too much money
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