#1


I got this guitar, my first electric.
I got a 10 percent off for a Christmas Coupon so I got the guitar for about 450 dollars (in Yen).
It was a great deal.

I tried the telecasters, the strats, the les pauls, and the corts but none of them appealed to me but this guitar.
It's great, the VCC is a gimmick but it works well.

I got a Roland Microcube, as you guys told me to, and it's pretty good too.
I played the marshall combo but this one had effects for gods sake.

I didn't get any pedals obviously but the only gripe was the 8 dollar guitar stand.
It works, but it's cheap so it will fall over easily if there was an earth quake, like we have those in Japan.

Overall I was satisfied, and I played it like hell today with all the riffs I know.
Tomorrow I would to studying it fully from the chords and scales.
#2
good choices. i've always liked the washburn idol series, and i own a cube

enjoy
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#3
good buy, dude. I got the same guitar, but mines the original blonde (check my pics)

but you'll fall in love with that i'm sure
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#4
Congrats. She's a beauty.

you need a "Godzilla" proof stand in Japan. sorry, I couldn't resist.
Gear:
Fender Strat
Epi Joe Pass Signature
Epi LP Plus Top
Jackson Dinky
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
#5
... : O
That picture looks better than the ones on the advertisements. You know, the heavily doctored ones that try to make you want it.
That finish is hot.
#6
I like this bodystyle!
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#7
Definately check out the lessons here. And use a metronome when you practice scales/chords, it'll help you in the longrun.

www.metronomeonline.com
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I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#8
You know, a telecaster does feel better when you have it on a strap, but it's plays amazing for it's price.

And VUK thanks for the site.

Yes guys I would have a good relationship with my new girl, thanks.

Although I wish I bought a better strap, what was I thinking picking up a orange strap with fender's logo on it...
#9
VERY nice!
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#10
you bought a guitar for 450 yen?


i always thought a yen was like 1/4 US cent


anyways nice guitar
#11
Quote by Tedward
you bought a guitar for 450 yen?


i always thought a yen was like 1/4 US cent


anyways nice guitar


that would be roughly 45 thousand yen.
But in today's American economic failures, a 100 yen is like 85 cents now.
So a yen is 0.85 cents.
#12
Oh my god, so the Buzz Fiten Tuning system really works for some reason.
This is amazing, I didn't need to set the intonation of my strings after retuning them and raising the action.
#13
Quote by radomu
Oh my god, so the Buzz Fiten Tuning system really works for some reason.
This is amazing, I didn't need to set the intonation of my strings after retuning them and raising the action.


I've got a Washburn X40 pro with the buzz feiten and yeah it's pretty cool lol.

Awesome choice of guitar dude, I plan on getting one for myself at some point.
Gear n Shizz:

Washburn X50 Pro
Epiphone Korina Explorer
Line 6 Flextone III 75w
#14
Quote by Gregoric
I've got a Washburn X40 pro with the buzz feiten and yeah it's pretty cool lol.

Awesome choice of guitar dude, I plan on getting one for myself at some point.


You have a good guitar there, i played about a dozen of Ibanez superstrats and they were no where near the quality of the X series...