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#4
my experience is limited, but the original Gibson Goth SG is awesome. I love the look of it and it's very playable.
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like my band wants to have like kickass nick names. names like synyster gates etc.
#5
I haven't played one and never will, but a Motor Ave McQueen would be mine.
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#6
Fender Telecaster because its a rock n roll staple and unbeatable.
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#8
Forgot the why part... It's lightweight, so great for long gigs, the body wood is nice and resonant, the neck is thin and fast, but not as thin (too thin) as the wizard IIs. Pulled the stock Q4 bridge pickup and put a DiMarzio Evolution in there.. It rips.
#10
The Flying V. Once you get used to its shape, you'll find that it's one heck of a guitar.

Les Pauls are overrated imo.

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#17
how long until someone whips out the wangcaster?
"There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die."-Duke
#18
Schecter Loomis
LTD Horizon
Ibanez RGA121
Marshall DSL100
Peavey 5150

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haha
This is the funniest thing i've ever read on UG.
lespaulrocks39, you sir are awesome.
#19
Ibanez Artist 2617. Absolutely beautiful

I don't see how anyone could think differently
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i say both. you always have the option to not use the pedal at all but it will still be there like that obsessed chick you took to homecoming and never called again, sitting there waiting for your call. so yea both
#20
Quote by ECistheBest
Stratocasters.



Definatly..... They have stood the test of time.... A HUGE proportion of the best guitarists use them..... Hendrix, Blackmore, Clapton, Gilmour, Knophfler, Malmsteen, SRV..... The list never ends
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#21
Whichever model i'm currently G.A.S.sing over. That would mean right now, a Fender 60's strat. In candy apple red. HAWT
Muddy Waters Tele - Signed by the members of Canned Heat
PRS Soapbar SE - Signed by Michael Angelo Batio
H&K Statesman Quad EL-84
Dunlop Wah (modded to JH specs)
#22
Fernandez Ravelle
or
Ibanez RG550
or
GMW custom
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#23
Fender Stratocaster Jeff Beck signature custom artist series
Finally I understand the feelings of the few,
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#25
One best guitar ever? Oh no this will not do at all. One must have at least a dozen, and a similar array of amp head and stack combos. And that's just what goes in the road container on tour.
#26
Quote by Cosimo_Zaretti
One best guitar ever? Oh no this will not do at all. One must have at least a dozen, and a similar array of amp head and stack combos. And that's just what goes in the road container on tour.


+1
#27
+2

I'd have a Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat, sunburst, rosewood fretboard, black pickguard, white hardware. Owch.

I'd probably run that through an AC30.

And then another one, with a DiMarzio Evo bridge, and some hot rails in the neck and middle.

Running through a Fallen Angel 212.

Edited etc.
The Laney Thread are big and clever. No exceptions.
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#28
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Gibson ES-335

Do I need a reason?



agreed I got to play Lucille ES-345 at the Volt in london, I was origionaly playing Jimmy Hendrix's fly V, and the gard was like "I bet you wana have a go at BB.Kings Guitar" and I was like "YEA!", its the one he used in Chicago.

Really nice guitars, I'm also a fan of Gibson Les Paul Standards 1958 plain top or a 1959 Gold top.

But I cant afford them so its going to have to be my 2004 Gibson Les Paul Standard 50 neck, because I love it and play it to death every day.
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Gibson Les Paul Std Trans Amber
Gibson Les Paul Std P90 Gold top
Gibson Les Paul 1968 Custom V.O.S.
1980 Chiquita Travel Guitar
Fender 2006 Anniversary
Ashdown Fallen Angel stack.
#32
les paul.
standard, custom, and classic.

they are superior to any other guitar.
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#33
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Jem 7V is better
555 is the cheap rip-off ^^

Anyway, an Ibanez RG (with trem)
Stratocasters
Ummm, some flying Vs are pretty cool.
#35
PRS Custom 24 (the Artist pack in Tortoise Shell finish is the most beautiful guitar I've ever seen).
And also Ibanez RG's (my favourite is the RG2120XTB) and Gibson SG's
- Fender American Standard Ash Telecaster w/ DiMarzio Chopper T & Twang King
- Alhambra 5P
- Laney Lionheart L5T-112
- Line 6 POD XT
- Suhr Shiba Drive
- MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay
- Dunlop Cry Baby
#37
SG's, jackson style V's and the Avenger. I'm not a strat person.

also the gibson GT series are pretty sweet
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Girl (Ned/chav) annoying me on the bus.

Me "Have you ever bled out your arse-hole?"

Her: Facial expression was priceless - "What??! Noo!"

Me: "Well if you want to keep it that way, **** off."

She then turned away and whimpered.
#38
Quote by Sloopy
Fender Telecaster because its a rock n roll staple and unbeatable.


i agree it's a great guitar, but aren't you forgetting the Esquire? that was the first one. I'd say that Fender strats are the best. Versatile, playable, perfect design copied thousands of times but never equalled. In fact technically fender guitars are the best designed.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#39
Schecter C7 Black jack with 707's.. 7 String baritone, now thats metal.
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I have read somewere on the internet that Gibson Les Pauls are getting discontinued...is it true?
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