socialtool
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#1
Country-Fender Telecaster, Gretsch 6120, Fender Strat.

Blues(Electric)- Gibson Es-335(Or any variation of that.), Fender Strats, Gibson Les Paul

Heavy Metal- Gibson Explorer, Flying V, and SG; Fender
Stratcaster, Dean, Ibanez, PRS...(Sorry I'm nota metal Head so someone can add to this.)

Jazz-Arch Tops, Gibson ES-175, Some Quality arch tops that I have played0 D'Angelico, D'Aquisto....

R & B-Fender Strat, Gibson ES-335

Straight Ahead Rock- Fender Strats, Gibson Les Paul and Flying V, Ibanez RG, PRS..

Punk-Anything that still works.

Now listen this list in not final but I'm just giving you suggestions........

I listen to music and I don't need your opinions about what I listen to.
Berlioz96
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#2
Here's a better list. (Yours is good though)

Guitars-
Rock- PRS, Fender Strat, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson SG, Ibanez RG

Country- Fender Telecaster, Guild Acoustic, Gretsch Country Gentleman, Gretsch Chet Atkins, Fender Acoustic

Metal- Ibanez K-7, Jackson Flying V, Ibanez RG, PRS, ESP, Dean, Schecter, Anything without a pickguard. 7 string recomended but optional

Jazz- Guild Starfire, Gibson L-5, Gibson Switchmaster, D'Angelico, D'Aquisto

Blues- Fender Telecaster, Gibson ES-335(or any ES model), Fender Stratocaster, Guild Starfire, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson Flying V

R&B/Funk/Soul- Fender Stratocaster, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson ES-335

Emo- Fender Tom Delonge Stratocaster, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson Explorer, Squier Bullet

Alternative- Fender Jaguar, Fender Mustang, Fender Jazzmaster, Fender Stratocaster, Gibson SG, Gibson Explorer, Mosrite

Rockabilly/Psyschobilly- Gretsch Brian Setzer, Gretsch Country Gentleman, Gretsch Chet Atkins, Gretsch White Falcon, just about anything Gretsch, Fender Telecaster, Danelectro, Gibson ES-175(or an ES-Model), Guild Starfire, anything with a bigsby

Surf- Dipinto Galaxie, Fender Stratocaster, Fender Jazzmaster, Fender Dick Dale Stratocaster, Mosrite, Danelectro, anything with a whammy bar

Garage Rock- Vox, Musicvox, Danelectro, Mosrite, Fender Jaguar, Gibson SG, Fender Telecaster, Silvertone, Stratotone, Rickenbacker, Univox

Hardcore- Anything with Humbuckers

Punk/Ska- Anything that still works

Basses-

Rock- Fender Percision, Ibanez, Ernie Ball Musicman, 5-string recomended but optional

Country- Fender Percision, Any Upright Acoustic

Metal- Ibanez, Jackson, Scheter, Anything without a pickguard, 5- and 6-strings preferred

Jazz- Any Upright Acoustic, Fender Jazz Bass(Preferrably Fretless)

Blues- Fender Percision, Fender Jazz Bass, Fender Telecaster Bass, Any Upright Acoustic

R&B/Funk/Soul- Fender Percision

Emo- Fender Mark Hoppus, Ernie Ball Musicman, Flying V Bass or Fender Percision/Jazz, Squier P-Bass

Alternative- Fender Jazz Bass, Fender Percision, Danelectro, Epiphone Hollowbody, Hoffner

Rockabilly/Psychobilly- King Double Bass or any Upright Acoustic.

Surf- Dipinto Galaxie Bass, Fender Percision, Mosrite Ventures Model Bass

Garage Rock- Fender Percision

Hardcore- Fender Percision, Ibanez, Ernie Ball Musicman

Punk/Ska- Anything that works

Amps-

Rock- Marshall Half Stack, Mesa Boogie Triple Recifier, Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, Fender Twin, Vox AC-30

Country- Fender Twin

Metal- Marshall Half Stack, Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier, Mesa Boogie Dual Recitifer or anything with the mids set at "0" that's not a Fender

Jazz- Fender Bassman, Fender Super Reverb, Fender Twin Reverb

Blues- Fender Bassman, Fender Super Reverb, Fender Twin Reverb, Vox AC-30

R&B/Funk/Soul- Fender Twin

Emo- Mesa Boogie Triple Recifier NO EXCEPTIONS!

Alternative- Fender Twin, Marshall Half Stack, Vox AC-30

Rockabilly/Psychobilly- Fender Pro Reverb, Fender Bassman, Fender Twin, Anything Fender that's from the '50s or '60s

Surf- Anything with reverb

Garage Rock- Vox AC-30, Maestro, Sano, Danelectro, Fender Twin, Marshall Half Stack

Hardcore- Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier, Marshall Half Stack

Punk/Ska- Anything that works
Last edited by Berlioz96 at Apr 22, 2003,
SV300
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#3
Pretty damn good, ill add a few:

Axes-

Blues - PRS McSoap! (McCarty) and most p-90 fitted axes.

Amps -

Rock - Soldano SLO-100, Bogner Ecstasy, for early rock, Rodded Plexis (can you say crunch? ), JCM800

Metal - Diezel VH4, Soldano SLO

Blues - Plexi
Berlioz96
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#4
Originally posted by SV300

Blues - PRS McSoap!

PRS? Those guitars are lame. They're not for blues....are they?
Yeah, P-90s are basically made for the blues. I have a guitar with a P-90 in it!

Lets see what else I can add-

Amps-

Blues- Victoria, Fender Super Six, Maestro
RandyFunk
RIP Phish :(
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#5
one that was forgotten:

Funk - Fender Telecaster

This is more or less THE funk guitar in many player's eyes.
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jamgant
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#6
yeah good list, but what about the washburns
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SV300
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#8
Originally posted by Berlioz96
PRS? Those guitars are lame. They're not for blues....are they?
Yeah, P-90s are basically made for the blues. I have a guitar with a P-90 in it!



McCartys do have P-90s in em, hence, the nickname McSoap!

Metal Amp - Laney GH heads.
ninjaadam44
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#9
Originally posted by Berlioz96
Emo- Fender Tom Delonge Stratocaster, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson Explorer, Squier Bullet
what about, i don't know... acoustics for emo? or for any of these other categories... if you're gonna list basses, then i think acoustics should be listed where appropriate.... ok, that's my 2 cents.
Originally posted by dmal
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taking dmal out of context... but i like the quote...
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socialtool
Bored with Sex
Join date: Dec 2002
171 IQ
#10
Hmmm

On your list of Basses

Punk/Ska-Anything that works

...

Not really...

A punk guitar can be crappy but the bass is where the music really needs to be descent. The heavy steady bass neads to be a good tone. SO you need more than just a something that works.

and thanks for adding that's what this thread is for!
I listen to music and I don't need your opinions about what I listen to.
TheWulf
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#11
I disagree that anything is good for punk ...

ie, I wouldnt play some Nirvana with a Les Paul. Granted Les Pauls kick ass, but they don't have the same sound.

I recommend Strats / Mustangs / Jaguars to get a good Punk sound.

DS-2 pedals are also good for this style.
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Berlioz96
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#12
Originally posted by socialtool
Hmmm

On your list of Basses

Punk/Ska-Anything that works

...

Not really...

A punk guitar can be crappy but the bass is where the music really needs to be descent. The heavy steady bass neads to be a good tone. SO you need more than just a something that works.

and thanks for adding that's what this thread is for!


Yeah, you're right.

Bass-

Punk/Ska- Fender P-Bass, Fender Jazz Bass, Epiphone Hollowbody, Rickenbacker, Fender Tele Bass
Ripper2006
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#13
somebody finally recognizes surf music!!!!!lol well id say a hollow body gibson, or a fender strat, jaguar, jazzmaster, or anything with good single cools and an amp with nice reverb(surf music is kikass)
Take some time to enjoy yourself. If doing so offends others, continue enjoying!
socialtool
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#14
Originally posted by TheWulf
I disagree that anything is good for punk ...

ie, I wouldnt play some Nirvana with a Les Paul. Granted Les Pauls kick ass, but they don't have the same sound.

I recommend Strats / Mustangs / Jaguars to get a good Punk sound.

DS-2 pedals are also good for this style.


Is Nirvana the sound of all punk?

I thought not.

I mean those guitars would be great for Punk

I mean obviously you arne't going to bea ble to cover any punk band if you buy a guitar. I mean some have distinct sounds... But that applies to any genre really.....

If you are writing your own music you can get a punk sound from any guitar given you have the rights pedals
P.S. in most people's opnion Nirvana was more heavy rock than punk....

Put thanks for your addition
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Rebelw/outaCord
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#15
Metal Amps- Crates, H&K's

Metal Guitars- Jackson, ESP, Washburn, fender strats with souped up pickups
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WashburnTimmy
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#16
anything that has single coil pickups cant be good for metal


EDIT: hehe sorry i guess thats what you ment by souped up pickups, i didnt see that im sorry
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#17
Originally posted by mookieman
Grunge is derrived from punk. If it's not punk, it's certainly punk inspired rock.

And Mustangs suck for Nirvana sounds, Kurt had humbuckers, you need them for a good Nirvana sounds.

AND STOP TRYING TO IMITATE OTHER PEOPLE'S SOUNDS. BE CREATIVE!

That is all.


i always thought kurt played a mustang??????
beatallica_fan
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#18
He did play a mustang, im sure a lot of nirvana songs used single coils. However the jagstang Kurt was having made prior to his death had a humbucker, to be frank i dont think Kurt cared either way, he was no tone nut.
socialtool
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#19
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
He did play a mustang, im sure a lot of nirvana songs used single coils. However the jagstang Kurt was having made prior to his death had a humbucker, to be frank i dont think Kurt cared either way, he was no tone nut.

He played a lot of his songs on the guitar he could get before the show....
it didn't really matter to him... Although some stuff had humbuckers a lot of stuff used single coils.

You can say he wasn't a tone nut about most of his stuff... It all depends on which song... The Way.. He had to have single coils and on a lot of the songs that were slower he had to have a certain guitar make up in order to play it...
P.S.
A good guitar for classic pop rock The Beatles, THe BEach Boys, is a any Rickenbacker....
I was playing one today and realized I had not included them
I listen to music and I don't need your opinions about what I listen to.
subhuman98204
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#20
I can't believe no one mentioned B.C. Rich's for metal!!
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jpi
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#21
OMG... This is the most stupid thread I've ever seen...

You can play blues with a BC Rich or metal with a tele as long as it sounds good to YOUR ear!
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socialtool
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#22
Originally posted by jpi
OMG... This is the most stupid thread I've ever seen...

You can play blues with a BC Rich or metal with a tele as long as it sounds good to YOUR ear!


good job....

That was stated in the first post. This thread was made because so many people post threads asking what kind of guitar is good for such and such type...

It was also said in the first post that this thread is only "suggestions" not a final thing.. I mean come one calm down

P.S. There is a thread called "Avril is more Hardcore than Mudvayne" in the PIT and you are calling this the stupidest thread?
I listen to music and I don't need your opinions about what I listen to.
Berlioz96
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#23
Originally posted by socialtool
P.S. There is a thread called "Avril is more Hardcore than Mudvayne" in the PIT and you are calling this the stupidest thread?
Avril IS more hardcore than Mudvayne.