Yea, wondering if there are anyone who play guitar round here? maybe this thread can be talking about that broom with the 6 strings on.
Artman said:Yeah, I play a little. Mostly electric, but some accustic.
The Bob said:Acoustic (Sorry but I must correct music). :shy: :tongue2:
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Artman said:You know something, I used the spellcheck feature and it highlighted that word and I pushed the "correct" button! It didn't correct the word. :yuck:
Artman said:What do you guys think, should I just take some sandpaper to the neck and knock down the finish a little? Or is this a bad idea?
Man, those Ibanez S series guitars are really sweet, but sorry to hear about the amp, you know those AVT's are a ripoff, right? They make it seem like the preamp section's all tube when really there are something like 20 or 24 solid state transistors in the 100 model and only one tube(that's a trait of all the AVT's, the 20 or 24 SS transistors is just something with the 100, yours would need even more than that), and all it really does is add a bit of flavor to the sound. You could have spent around the same amount of money and gotten an all tube DSL 401 combo that would likely be more than loud enough for whatever you needed it for.chroot said:I play guitar also. I play an Ibanez S470 through a Marshall AVT275 combo, and also have a Takamine acoustic.
JohnDubYa said:Jin, if you are into simple guitar riffs, try "Rebel, Rebel" by David Bowie.
jimmy p said:I bought a bass guitar recently (less than a week ago), and I've already worked out most the bassline to "Otherside" by the RHCP. Now if I could play it like Flea...
I feel so simple with my 4 strings.
Artman said:I decided to hit the back of my guitar neck with a piece of extra fine sandpaper. It worked! it took the gloss off, and hasn't really hurt the appearance of the finish that much. The action is the best it has ever been for me. I was finally able to slide to notes without my hand getting stuck.
The Bob said:It was up to you. Glad you can slide and the appearance is fine.
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