LicketyBritches
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Join date: Aug 2012
30 IQ
#1
Here's my dealio. I play out at restaurants and stuff (just solo acoustic and sing). right now i use my taylor and it is plenty sufficient. but i also like the sound of just singing with a mildly overdriven electric. so would I would like to do is find an archtop with an electric pickup in and maybe a piezo in the bridge or something so i can use it for both. I'm liking the godin 5th avenue kingpin but i just wanted other suggestions. thanks!
Artemis Entreri
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Join date: Dec 2006
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#2
Love, love, love the Godin 5th Avenue. It's the best arch top I've played in it's range.

Ibanez does make some more electric ones that are decent too though.
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potts_375
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Join date: Dec 2012
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#5
yeah ive got a godin 5th avenue with a p90 being delivered cant wait to play it, should be perfect for blues and playing slide
randomguy2000
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Join date: Apr 2012
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#6
dude this thread is from august....
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