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by SyntheticAurality; Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:36 am
hibidy wrote:I can SAFELY guarantee you , this will NOT be my next guitar!
http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/standa ... ature.html
Not my cup of tea. I have no issues with hollowbodies, but there's something offputting about that guitar I just can't put a finger on...
by nix808; Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:39 pm
He has my aesthetic in guitars,
natural all the way.
Who is it, can we hear his music?
the synth axe is still worth more than 10k,
I have my solution now for synth guitar.
I will make some audio demos at least very soon.
by hibidy; Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:45 pm
by hibidy; Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:03 pm
It was just a stupid tuning peg nut easily fixed
I do swear though, it's the first thing I check on me gueetars and basses when I get them now
by hibidy; Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:08 pm
Ok, I'ma spoil it just in case......
Steve Howe is the guitarist. So when you asked, he said "yes" which is the band he's most famous for being in. Quick wit by Hink
by hibidy; Sat Nov 24, 2012 11:08 pm
Roundabout is the song people are going to remember most about "Yes" and it's beyond being a "classic". But there is so much else going on on that record. All the little stuff (various fretted instruments) from a variety of acoustic to of course, electric.
by Dean Aka Nekro; Sun Nov 25, 2012 5:29 am
Anyway there is somehow an 8-string in the joint collection. It cost yet it plays and sounds sick! Got it real cheap as its an older model that was on sale plus special offer. It does that gent thing effortless
Best as always dudes, Hope you are having a good thanks giving with your families and loved one's to those that celebrate it
Dean and Family
by Unfocused; Sun Nov 25, 2012 6:35 am
Crackbaby wrote:Do you guys have any preferences duncan vs dimarzio?
As others have intimated, they are both high quality. They can also be combined to get some great sounds too. I have a custom headless hollowbody guitar with a Benedetto (made by Duncan) in the neck and Dimarzio Fred in the bridge. Both have their own character, but when played together are really special too. They both split well too. Add to that the Lindy Fralin "Vintage Hot" SC I have in the middle position and I have a true "tonal chameleon." I couldn't be happier with it.
In other words, my "next guitar" will be the exact same configuration by the exact same luthier: Chris Forshage of Austin, TX. Though I might go with his standard single-cutaway design rather than the double-cutaway I have now.