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Yeah, and probabaly $10,000 too!!Originally posted by Andy
Whoa, thats a tasty guitar.
But i prefer this one, http://
What's that got, a 22-fret Wizard II neck? Probably plays just like the RG, since the neck is like 2 mm thicker. I just don't like the slender body as much...Originally posted by chroot
I also have an S470 -- awesome guitar. Everytime I go to a guitar store and play other guitars I'm simply reminded how amazing mine is.
Well, it is always worth having a better guitar...they make it easier for you to express yourself, even if you aren't great.Originally posted by Andy
im not good enough yet to warrant myself paying aload of money for a good guitar, but someday.
Keep at it! We all have to start somewhere, and you'll be playing songs before you know it!Originally posted by Moni
Fine Zero! I am also learning Spanish guitar :)
Just finished the chords :(
But soon I can play songs :)
The ESP was $800($900 once I got done with changing a pickup) , the Ibanez was $560...plus $150 once I throw some new pickups in it.Originally posted by Andy
Whoa, how much did you shell out on these beauties?
Origionally posted By Zero
Well, it is always worth having a better guitar...they make it easier for you to express yourself, even if you aren't great.
Originally posted by Zero
Keep at it! We all have to start somewhere, and you'll be playing songs before you know it!
Well, what have you got now?Originally posted by Andy
Yea, but my wallet is struggling to keep up with my spending, especially with a new car coming.
The blue one is an Ibanez...and you probably wouldn't want to learn to play on one of those.Originally posted by Moni
Thanks! Zero :)
Yes! You are correct, where I learn guitar (from a member of a local Band group) everyone tryies to play songs before learning it....actually they don't want to wait to finish all the grammers ;)
Btw, what's the company of your guitar?
I don't have electric one...it's Givson Jumbo :)
My boss (Band member) says for learning purpose, acoustic guitar is fine :)
Actually, Pacificas aren't that bad at all...you could do worse for a first guitar.Originally posted by Andy
I have a Yamaha Pacifica, i have been looking for a picture of it but cant find one, can only find custon models. But it cost my parents about £100.
I have been teaching myself how to play for about a year now, although it hasnt been nonstop. I figured that when i can play all of the sweet child O'mine solo then i would get me a new one.
You know you can get a decent Epiphone Les Paul for about $500...worth doing if you like that sort of body style...wait wait wait...Originally posted by Andy
Cool, i dont think there is anything wrong with it, but i have played on a mates Guitar, tis one which Steve Vai uses/used and it feels so much better than my little baby.
But i do quite like the Guitar that slash uses in the Sweet Child O'Mine Video. That would probably be the guitar i go for next.