#1
Do the bodies of electric (solid body) guitars have much or any impression on their sounds? I've heard people say that before, but with some of the abstract designs I've seen (from the Steinberger Synapse to the Dean Dimebag), I can't see this as true.
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#3
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shape? not really.


agreed

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wood? not gonna touch that.


good idea


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Amp? yep.


i believe this is about 90 ish percent of your tone, with the rest being the pickups
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#4
Thanks.
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#5
Type of wood and quantity, guitar construction, hardware and electronics, then signal chain all play a part in shaping your tone. Sure, some people will say that certain aspects aren't as important as others or don't make such a significant change, but you WILL notice if any of those tonal 'link's are weak.