#1
how do they sound different from wood body guitars?

i know that greg ginn used an ampeg dan armstrong lucite guitar for most of his black flag career, and i love the tone of their mid-80s albums

just curious
#2
Lucite, is that like.. acrylic?
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#4
I havent played one... or seen one... but from UG, I heard they are heavy, and sound a little more sterile than wood. But they look cool... (I dont like how they look)
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#5
If I remember correctly, Greg Ginn got that sound by rolling the treble all the way down on his amp while cranking the mids all the way up. I'm not sure the lucite guitar had much to do with his tone.
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#6
i played a lucite/acrylic bc rich once,

despite being a bc rich it wasnt that bad, not too heavy considering how huge and spikey it was, no major tone difference either. but then again i had a **** tone ear at that time
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