#1
Ok, if you have tow guitars, what would you do with the one you don't play as much? I have this new Les Paul and I still got my old Yamaha, which I love, but I want each guitar to do something different. As far as sound goes, they are both pretty versitile, they both has my beloved killswitch, and they both play awesome. I don't really use a;tered/dropped tunings too much, so what should I do wih my old guitar to keep it different from my new one?
#3
Well, tear open every screw you see and pour my famous "Steak Sauce" over it. Seal and heat for 5 minutes. GUARANTEED new sound.


*Note: quality of sound not guaranteed. Tip was taken from Martha Stewart cookbook...
#4
They're already completely different already! What more could you want? Experiment with drop tunings and use the Les Paul or the Yamaha
#5
You could give your old guitar a new paint job.
Fender American Deluxe V-Neck Strat
Laguna LG300CE Acoustic Electric
#7
You can just play both at shows if you have a gigging band. That would drop down on tuning time. I'm sure they both can get sounds that the other one can't no matter how "versital" the both are.
#8
^2x Dude, I could not mod my Yamaha anymore than it is. Maybe I should just keep it in Eb standard for the occasional Guns n' Roses or Stevie Ray Vaughn, though I really would like to play Guns n' Roses on my Les Paul.
#9
Then drop-tune your Paul, it's really that simple. I don't mind tuning in and out, hence why I'm infamous for my tuning by ear drop D. Which sound pretty damn good if you ask me.
#10
^But I want to use it as my main ax. I dunno, I guess I really should not be stressed about this as much as getting it paid off. Only $130 more to go!
#11
Yeah, I agree with most of the people in that thread of yours. Pretty bad of your dad to hold a guitar from you, I understand that he bought it, but you can't be expected as a teenager, possibly not working a whole lot, to be able to pay off an expense like that.
#12
^I already have more than half of it paid off, dude, I only have $135 left. Trust me, I can make money if I want to. Besides, there are pleanty of teenagers on here that have $600+ guitars, this was only $500. I'm just glad he isn't putting on intrest.

EDIT: Is it possible to put a thru-body tremolo in a Les Paul? I wasn't planing on doing, just wondering cause I know you can't do it on an SG.
Last edited by MastaBassist10 at May 30, 2006,