#1
What type of guitar is this? Classic, 12 string, regular steel? I'm not talking about brand, just what type. Any help would really be appreciated.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp8zbNH24uU

I can't find this information anywhere. I don't play much acoustic, so I'm having a hard time identifying something:

My regular acoustics cannot match the sound. I'm so confused. It's definitely not electric, I'm almost positive. Is it an amped 6 string regular acoustic maybe?
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#2
I reckon its either an amped steel string acoustic, or both a steel string doubled by a clean electric guitar. There's either effects or multiple guitars anyway.

Good song btw
Last edited by mishax92 at Aug 20, 2010,
#3
well, its not classical (too much of an edge for nylon). I'd say 12 string. If not a 12 string, then 2 guitars. One in standard tuning and the other in nashville tuning(using thin stings where heavy would be to compliment the other guitar and make it sound like a 12 string, example-dust in the wind)
#5
Yes, I would assume they would have to play it live with an electric, but I'm pretty positive the studio recording I linked uses some time of steel string

Those who mentioned 2 guitar tracks may be right!
Fender Stratocaster USA Deluxe 2005
MIJ Fender Contemporary Stratocaster '85-'86 HSS System I DiMarzio SD Bridge
Epiphone 2010 Les Paul Tribute
Ibanez AW30ECE Acoustic
Line 6 IV 75w (lol)
#6
bump still looking for some solid advice.

It's drop tuning, but im still pretty sure it's an acoustic.
Fender Stratocaster USA Deluxe 2005
MIJ Fender Contemporary Stratocaster '85-'86 HSS System I DiMarzio SD Bridge
Epiphone 2010 Les Paul Tribute
Ibanez AW30ECE Acoustic
Line 6 IV 75w (lol)