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#5
Any high end ibanez with a fixed bridge. Soooo smooth
Check out my band Disturbed
#8
Les Paul.
It's like having a coffee table strapped to your body, but I kinda like that.
#9
Wizard Prestige neck and American Deluxe Strat neck
The Wizard is just amazingly fast, almost as if there was no neck and the strat has a mundane, comfortable feeling that can only come from being handmade.
#10
G&L ASAT Special
Fender Standard Stratocaster w/ Hot Noiseless Pickups
G&L Asat Special Semi Hollow
Alvarez Artist AD80SSB Acoustic
Peavey Valve King 112
Roland Micro Cube
Nobel ODR-1 Pedal
Boss CS-3
Boss DD-6
Boss CH-2
Boss FZ-1
Dunlop 535Q Wah
#11
Gibson 50s neck guitar. Really get on with those
fender tele deluxe necks
parker flys
Guitars
Custom Les Paul
Custom ZW Bullseye
Brunswick BD200CE
Epiphone ZW Custom Camo
Custom Fender Highway Tele Daphne Blue
Parker Nitefly M
Squier Classic Vibes Strat W/BKPs
Ibanez SZR720QM W/EMGs
#12
Telecaster, Stratocaster, Les Paul (in that order)
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As usual Natrone's mouth spouts general win.

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man, Natrone you're some kind of ninja I swear


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plexi


i realize the longshot that is. little giant to humongous one.


Rest In Peace Stevie Ray
#13
Quote by JELIFISH19
the strat has a mundane, comfortable feeling that can only come from being handmade.


i'm pretty sure they're not hand made. CNC'd i bet. maybe hand sanded to finish them off. maybe

i don't miss the tone, but i miss the feel of my SG. and a Strat body cannot be topped in my mind for comfort (i'm a skinny guy, most body styles dig into my ribs, but not the strat with it's tummy cut contour).
#14
my squier plays like butter
GEAR

1966 MUSTANG

valveking 112

markley tuner
Ernie Ball Wah
digitech whammy
fulltone ocd
usa big muff
boss dd7
boss rc-2

Quote by simpleben09
You sir have a mean ass rig. Have a great day.
#16
In this order

Jackson Kelly Jackson Rhoads
Jackson King V
Ibanez S
Ibanez RG
ESP EC
ESP EX
Schecter C-1
Schecter V
Stratocaster
Telecaster
PRS SE Custom
Gibson Les Paul
Gibson SG
Grestch White Falcon

These are all the guitars I've played, not many I know.
#17
Whichever one I pick up that I haven't played in a while. At some point I've said that each one of my guitars is the most playable guitar I have.
#20
Quote by Vikingx
Les Paul.
It's like having a coffee table strapped to your body, but I kinda like that.
lol

#22
My uncle's early 60's Tele, and my Edwards E-AL-128.
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

Mod in UG's Official Gain Whores
#24
Quote by Knurlheim
Well set up high end Tele
Oh hell yes. I played a butterscotch blonde '52 reissue one time, it was the most comfortable guitar I've held to this day. Sounded like a freaking dream.
Squier Strat (Jazz/JB) - Dunlop Zakk Wylde Crybaby - Boss MIJ HM-2 Distortion - Peavey Valveking 212 - Fender CD60
#25
Explorers, Gibsons most, then ESP.
Obsession! Obsessive! Obsessed! Abscess!
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#26
Quote by Vikingx
Les Paul.
It's like having a coffee table strapped to your body, but I kinda like that.

As much as I love the neck on a well-worn strat, I think this sums up why I like the LP feel best.
#27
Almost everything, except for my Ibanez...Goddamn thin necks.

Les Pauls are awesome. It's like having a giant anchor so you can play much better.
I have a ponytail fetish.
..And a labcoat fetish. SCIENCE!
#28
Strat, LP ('60s neck), ESP Eclipse, PRS Custom 24, PRS CE Alder, etc.
Current Gear:
LTD MH-400 with Gotoh GE1996T (EMG 85/60)
PRS SE Custom 24 (Suhr SSH+/SSV)
Ibanez RG3120 Prestige (Dimarzio Titans)
Squier Vintage Modified 70s Jazz V
Audient iD22 interface
Peavey Revalver 4, UAD Friedman BE100/DS40
Adam S3A monitors
Quote by Anonden
You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
#29
Jaguars, Upside down Starts and Mosrite Ventures models are the most comfortable to me. Actually, the Mosrite Ventures models are based on upside down Strats.
Always tin your strings.

_____

Don't be afraid to be honest.
#30
Stratocasters (To this day the EJ strat neck still is the best feeling to me)
59 Reissue Les Paul
Ibanez PGM(White with maple)
PRS
Petrucci's sig also has a real comfortable neck
and last but not least Allan Holdsworth's sig from Carvin.
#32
Gibson SG or Jackson Soloist for the neck. Soloist for the all around feel though.
Kramer EVH 5150
'85 Kramer Baretta Reissue
Randall KH120RHS Hammet Stack
BOSS OD-20
BOSS GT-10
George Lynch Dragon Wah
Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah
#33
Parker Flys and NiteFlys
Gibson Les Paul Traditional
Crate V33 212 Combo
DigiTech Whammy IV
Dunlop Crybaby
MXR Classic Distortion
Ibanez DE-7 Delay
Boss GE-7 Equalizer

#34
ESP M-II necks are wonderful
My Gear
Marshall MG10 + Digitech RP350 multi-fx
Dean ZX
B52 AT-100
MXR 10-Band EQ Pedal
ESP LTD KH-Ouija Sig
#35
I LOVE satin-finished necks. My dream guitar is an SG-style body with a Kahler trem, HSH pickup config, and a satin neck....
#37
Tele's
Without spiritual mentoring, too much freedom can lead to the soul's decay
- Prince
#38
So far, I've got this list.

Gibson Les Paul Studio
BC Rich Bronze Warlock

The Les Paul feels really nice for chords and stuff, but the Warlock feels great for soloing.
#39
the Fret King Esprit III is a definite favourite for me - perfect upper fret access, a great medium profile neck which is just right for my hands, medium scale length, quite loose string tension meaning i can use heavier strings more effectively - yeah. spot on.

I'm also a big fan of SGs for a similar reason. similar neck and just as good access to the upper frets.

But then there's feel as in texture:

Gibson Les Paul studio Faded (I think mine's a Vintage Mahogany, actually) - The natural feel of the wood is irresistable. i just can't put that guitar down. It's a shame until i find another £344 i'm going to have to keep putting it down and leaving it behind the counter every time i leave the shop It will eventually come home with me though. An added bonus is another neck which is different to the fret king, but the different profile compliments the shorter scale length of the les paul in a way that makes it just as good for my hands. My studio has a neck unlike anything i've seen on any other les paul. It's considerably thinner than yer average les paul's neck, which is good because a typical les paul neck is too much like a baseball bat for me to get my little girlish hands around.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#40
ive played on high end gibsons and fenders and ibanez's but for some reason I still prefer my Maton, the only thing i can faukt is how hard it is for upper fret access.
Gear:
Maton MS503
Squier Strat
Randall RG75DG3+
H & K 100W Switchblade
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Digitech Crossroads
Digitech Jamman
Zoom G1

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Caramello wins life.

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Caramello, that's mother****ing genius!
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