#1
Soon i will be saving up for a guitar and amp..For the amp i will probably get the roland cube 60 and i was thinking of getting this guitar.




Would that be a good guitar for a beefymetal sound..Also if anyone onws one could you post a pic of it?I want to see what it looking like in life,,


Also I NEED HELP..I was messing around with the pickups on my current guitar and The springs around the bolt fell out.I got one but one is stuck in the body of my guitar ..Is there anyway i can put the springs on without not having to take my other pickups out then removing the pickguard thing??If not it doesnt bother me .Ill just use something the prop the pickup so it stays in place.
Last edited by OneloveSkater at Jun 29, 2006,
#2



Also I NEED HELP..I was messing around with the pickups on my "current" guitar


No ive had one for a while.And it has been tossed around alot and there are starting to be lots of problems with it
#3
It is not his first guitar, because he said he has a problem with his old guitar pickups.
#4
It should be quite nice but the main meat comes from your amp not your guitar. Thought about getting yourself a nice tube combo instead?
My gear:

Gibson Gothic Flying V
Engl Screamer Combo
Maxon OD-9
Squier 10w amp
#5
Well, EMG's will give you more than a beefy metal sound, although a lot of people switch out the stock EMG's with an 81 in the neck and an 85 in the bridge (possibly the other way 'round, I dunno). But the EMG's will do it for you.

What model is your current guitar?
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#6
Right now i have a crappy ibanez starter pack thing..Though with a little messing around with it,it actually souds pretty decent
#7
^^ yeah it's the other way round. 81 in the bridge 85 in the neck.
My gear:

Gibson Gothic Flying V
Engl Screamer Combo
Maxon OD-9
Squier 10w amp
#9
Yeah the active EMGs need a 9v battery but you don't need to replace it that often. Just don't leave your guitar plugged in while you not playing.
My gear:

Gibson Gothic Flying V
Engl Screamer Combo
Maxon OD-9
Squier 10w amp
#10
mate those springs are used to adjust your pickup height so get it out also what type of music do you play