Discussion in 'Musicians' started by karl, Jun 12, 2002.
any budding muzo's
what kind of guitars do people own?
recommend any sites?
Gibson Les Paul Custom 1971.
I bought it from Jacksons for a fair price. Nice guys, good service,awesome guitars.
my dad makes guitars.. he's quite good at it, only as a hobby too, not cheap.
accidentally used his $200 (US) peice of wood, aged 5 years, from america for my science project (mouse trap box).. boy he wasn't happy.
bitch to work with, 1/4 cut wood so it split pretty easy.. but oh well, expensive mouse trap
i've got some Abilene acoustic with steel strings
im still leanring guitar - we had a metal band come to play at our school today
pretty cool considering its exam week
On the left is my first POS a Prince RW-750. It was my first guitar, a cheap and nasty job to see if I could actually learn to play. Since I figures that I could, sort of, play, I bought the guitar on the right, a Fender DGS14S TF. A nice sounding instrument and much better quality than the other one. I keep the prince to play around with alternate tunings and it gives me something to go mental on without worroying about damaging the Fender.
i have an Ibanez JS90HAM (Satriani Model) and a Maton Australian.
They're both beautiful instruments and really fun to play
I have a:
Fender Stratocaster (mexican) - Midnight Blue
Ibanez PF5NT (cheap but good acoustic)
Danalectro 59DC (first electric to learn on, good but a bit banged up)
edit: added images
wow the above are sweet serious guitars i can see that not everybody uses thier money on puter stuff
Fenders (geez a strat to)
expensive mouse trap
yeh i went to fretted intstruments a couple days ago and the shop up the road "Gallins Guitars"
lovely stuff .........wierd looking people tho around that area...........
looking for a nice acoustic at the moment
in my price range the ones i liked were the
Fender dg-8 (billy hydes flemington)
Epiphone AJ 10 (Gallins fitzroy)
maybe i just buy that mouse trap and see what i can do
boy i bet dad was pissed
I have 5 guitars
My baby is a Les Paul 56 Gold Top and I luuuuuurrrrvvvvee it.
Ibanez steel string accoustic (no idea wot model cus I dont have it atm.. my bro has it )
Flying V Copy
& a cheap nylon string accoustic.
I have a Samick (Korean) strat clone fitted with a Roland GK-2 guitar synth pickup (and a GR-50 guitar synth module), a Yamaha APX series steel acoustic (I can't remember the exact model) and an old Yamaha nylon acoustic. Also a cheapie Yamaha RBX series bass.
I got a:
Squire P-Bass standard special. I love the sound of it!
I also got a trading post $80 special as a backup bass.
My brother has:
A fender strat
A yamaha accoustic (about 20 years old)
A squire strat
and a Maton 12 string (i love this guitar, it sounds sooo nice)
But the best bit about his setup is his amp. a 1976 Marshall Bluesman valve amp
I've only got a Squier Strat, but i've recently invested in 2 EMG 81's ....MMMM CRUNCH!
im painting it all black, might wack on a few decals too.
goes well with my metal zone
must get more money
I've heard some Martin's (am I even saying it correctly), cost only $8000 to $9000 bucks...
man, for an acoustic guitar... that's alotta dosh.
Martin D-45 Standard Series 14-Fret Dreadnought (D) : $ 14,250 (Aust)
Martin D-45V Vintage Series 14-Fret Dreadnought (D) $16,500 Aust
BC Rich ST5 (strat kinda copy), black. Cashies special but it does the job and works well, 'specially with the better pickups I put on it.
Want: Maton Mastersound electric (nice guitar, not terribly expensive)
Bass guitar baby!
This is the RBX270 i have the RBX 260 which doesnt have the J style pick up, only P and its just a clear laquer finish over wood which has worn off over years
Washburn Fretless - unsure of model. Its beautiful, though.
And a Yamaha RBX260 fretted for banging around on ;-) Yay! I'm the only OCAU'er with a fretless !
i have a Estevé classical guitar
supposedly hand made in spain, pretty nice sounding classical for $600 i think
played it for about 5-6 years but stopped lessons and playing recently
it seems all the great sounding acoustic guitars use spruce (very thin in places) as the top and rosewood as sides/back
they should find another wood to use other than rosewood, its ridiculously expensive and rare
Theres my baby. And a cheap Fender Strat Knock Off. Along with a 20 year old Yamaha acoustic.