#1
Hello all I'm trying to find a cheap funky guitar. Now you maybe like whats a funky guitar look like. Well I think its something unusual or an uncommon body, like the Fender Pawnshop 72 or an Ibenez Jet-king. So basically I want a funky weird guitar do you guys know of any ?
#2
Tregan Guitars, BC Rich
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#5
Languedoc guitars are pretty groovy

EDIT: Then again, they're like $10,000 and custom built so...
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#6
Buy a squier drill holes with different bits into it and cut stuff up. That should be interesting. B.C. Rich makes weird shapes stock though.
#9
Jagstang
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#10
Yes the Jagstang is a pretty funky guitar. I really like the looks of some of the Eastwood guitars now if I could just find a seller so I can try one out.
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Languedoc guitars are pretty groovy

EDIT: Then again, they're like $10,000 and custom built so...



plus 1 billion

If i only had 10,000 dollars
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#15
Get a Teisco. Coolest piece of semi-shit you'll ever buy.
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#16
Eastwood, Italia, DiPinto, certain Schecters, offset Fenders, G&L SC-2. The problem is that a lot of them aren't really cheap.
#17
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plus 1 billion

If i only had 10,000 dollars

tell me about it haha.
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Fulltone OCD Overdrive
Boss SD-1 Overdrive
MXR M-148 Micro Chorus
Jet City JCA2112RC 20W
#18
So you don't actually mean a guitar for playing funk?

Because you should be after a Strat for that.
#19
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Eastwood, Italia, DiPinto


Second on all of these. I love the Italia and DiPinto guitars, very funky and cool. I did talk to a guy that had an Eastwood Airline knockoff that said the knobs across the top got in the way a lot when he played on stage.
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#21
October guitars.
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#22
I was in Austin TX the other day and saw a JagStang for about $800 - $900 at Austin Vintage Guitars.

Made me wish I bought the one I saw in Wash DC about 5 years ago for $450, even though this one was in much better shape. Oh, well, very happy with my Mustang re-issue.

Anyway I would have mentioned Eastwood, but all the ones I've seen have been relatively expensive; so a bunch of those at another store down the street and the Hutto copy was over $1200. I played one last year somewhere else on the same day as playing a vintage original, and the 2 are nothing alike. The fiberglass original was cool as shit, but felt very fragile. The Eastwood has a pup selector that looks like it was cannibalised from a Stratocaster, whereas the original Airline was very different, and more fragile. The original was about $400 more, even though it really needed new frets. Also, the solid wood body on the copy just doesn't do it justice. I could see the knobs getting in the way - even the switches on my Mustang get in the way when palm muting. I knocked them both to the middle position on stage in the middle of a White Stripes cover one time, which made for some chaotic trouble shooting and the most frantic minute of my life