#1
What's the difference tone-wise between a solid body and a semi-hollow/hollow?

Are there any semi/hollows that provide decent distortion?
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#2
hollowbodies can still do distortion but you won't get high-gain distortion from them without getting lots of feedback. Also they generally have a more midrange response, much fuller, warmer tone.
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#3
tone. Semi Hollow are generally mellow. Sure you can get good distortion. But a 335 wont have the capability of a les paul (feedback is an issue with hollow bodies and alot of distortion)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KGw9JXsBmI

That link shows good semi hollow distortion
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#4
Gotcha, that's what I figured. Thanks.
Quote by fly135
Great list Rutch. On re-reading this one I'd have to say Solid State means not liquid or gas.

I figured it out.
#5
Dude, That aint a dumb question.
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#6
its kinda like listening to a les paul on neck pickup, and then a strat on bridge in contrast.

^duno if that made any sense to anyone except me!