#1
Whats is a good blues guitar i really dont want to go with any of the generics such as Cheap Gibsons or or strats and teles i love the strats but wow everyone i know has one haha
#2
Umm..well you eliminated basically all the good blues guitar, but really you can play the blues on any guitar.
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#3
well you could go for some expensive gibsons lol.
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#4
you can make even kerry kings guitar sing the blues
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#5
No Gibsons, Strats or Tele's? Dude you just nixed the two best blues guitar brands I mean you can get away with other things but you're not going to be cranking out any blues tunes with an Ibanez or an LTD. You could go with a PRS, although not really a "blues guitar" you could make it work. If you want to get that real blues sound pick up a Fender (Strat, Tele) and get yourself and Blues Drive with a Marshall stack and you're on your way to becoming SRV.
#6
just find somerthing you like
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#8
There might be a reason why everyone has a strat.
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#10
semi hollow or hollowbody Gretschs or Epiphones/Gibsons
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#11
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There might be a reason why everyone has a strat.


I know, everyone keeps calling them generic and stuff, there is a reason everyone has one like you said.
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#12
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semi hollow or hollowbody Gretschs or Epiphones/Gibsons


Yeah, Gretsches are the best blues machines I've ever played, even if they are more known in the rockabilly circles.

And the Epiphone hollowbodies/semi hollows are great.
#13
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The Stratocaster is THE blues guitar.


Dammit, I swore I wasn't going to reply to this kind of trolling again!


But yeah, I dunno... Anything advertised as a Jazz box is cool for blues too.

But really, you can play blues on anything.
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#14
orrrr you could go with a Gretsch Pro Jet.
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orrrr you could go with a Gretsch Pro Jet.


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#16
Gretsch are awesome, but spendy.
Reverend would be a great choice.

The thing is, blues are in your head and hands. I think you can play the blues on anything. You'll get more typical blues tones with medium output pickup and tube amps without heavy distorsion, but the guitar itself can be anything really.
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