#1
What would a grunge guitar be? I'm looking for something with a twangy sound from the bridge pickup, if its possible i'd like to have something stock w/ humbuckers on the bridge.
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#2
Any electric, really. Sorry I can't be really helpful, but you can play grunge on just about anything. A Fat Strat might be a good idea.
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#3
I've got an Omen 6 right now, and it just doesn't offer the sound i'm looking for.
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#4
price range would help.
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#5
What amp are you playing through?
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#6
I've just got a small amp, i haven't plugged it into the mixer and stereo.
Price rang is probably up to $350.
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#10
With Peavey, Laney and Epiphone putting out cheap valve amps, there really is no excuse not to have one unless you're REALLY tight on cash.

Twangy sound? Bridge humbucker? Sounds like you need to track down a 2nd hand Jag-Stang. Either that, or get a Fender Cyclone.
#11
I am not an authority on grunge. Isn't Neil Young kind of the father of grunge? Anyway I would punch in old Neil on google and see what he's using. I have a feeling you could do it on most guitars though.
#12
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#13
It seems if you want twangy sound with humbuckers on the bridge. The way to go is the Telecaster 70's custom, it's got the twangy sound, that I'm sure of it and it's got 2 Humbuckers! What more could you ask for? >_< Maybe more....
#15
Yeah I thought it was an LP, but doesn't he have a Bigsby trem on it too? I saw him play a long time ago but I wasn't as observant as I should have been.
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Yeah I thought it was an LP, but doesn't he have a Bigsby trem on it too? I saw him play a long time ago but I wasn't as observant as I should have been.

He has a Les Paul with a bigsby, a Firebird pickup in the bridge position and a P90 in the neck.
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#17
Go with Singles, I think they do twang, and Grunge music better. Strat or tele, Both Cobain and Cantrell used them.

Although, an amp is more important.
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