#1
what is the ultimate electric guitar since the birth of the guitar

the big three are

the gibson les pual

the fender telecaster

the stratocaster

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warlock 2007: yeaahhh. no jk i really dont know maybe the esp as of 2005?
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the wangcaster. the most innovative guitar of any era.
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Gretsch 6120, I think that's the number. The Chet Atkins one that Brian Setzer uses. Ya know, the big orange one.
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#11
The Gibson SG (1967-82)

The Superstrat(1982-88)
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Ibanez guitars. they are everywhere today and almost everyone has one.
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gretsch white falcon

agree with fender tele

add fender jaguar


era that ruled

60's and 90's imo
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I dont know about guitars, but for bass:
Fender P-Bass
Rickenbacker 4003
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ibanez jem? that did kinda boost ibanez's reputation by alot

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Squier Bullet.

Rogue Starters.

Anything by First Act.

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Here's some guesses:

Parker Fly (introducing MIDI and Piezos)

Ibanez RG550: Considered the ultimate shred guitar

Jackson V: Inspires virtuoso guitarists like Randy Rhoads and Alexi Laiho.

Gibson/Epiphone ES-335: Nothing defines jazz playing like this...

Ibanez S470: Zero resistance trem...might be the next big thing since the Floyd Rose. May also inspire crazy awesome guitar wankery on an unprecedented (Dragonforce).

Dean Razorback: Probably the most recognizable of Explorer-based guitars.
#19
Les Paul, Strat and Tele.

SG too I suppose.....those guitars were huge in the from the late 50's on up to now. Especially the 60's and 70's.
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#20
The Strat is the most iconic of any guitar. The greatest players used strats, and some of the greatest tones came from them.

As far as the best guitar, that's totally subjective, but as far as which has made the most impact, the Strat leaves everyone else in the dust.


Players to use Strats:

Dave Gilmour
Ritchie Blackmore
Rory Gallahger (spelling?)
Jimi Hendrix
Eric Clapton
Both guitarists of Iron Maiden
Buddy Guy
Nile Rodgers


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I dont know about guitars, but for bass:
Fender P-Bass
Rickenbacker 4003

the fender sucks


acctually no it depends on what style you play i play metal and i hate my p-bass
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Why hasn't anyone said Music Man Stingray for legendary basses?
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What the fuck is that, other than a lame copy of the Fender Jazzmaster?
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#27
The Strat has made the largest impact, along with the Fender Precision/Telecaster bass. They both revolutionised how people saw the instrument. Personally, I'm not a massive fan, but you can't deny the influence they had.
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What the fuck is that, other than a lame copy of the Fender Jazzmaster?

It's beautiful, that's what it is. The Jazzmaster didn't have 4 single coils and that color scheme.

How about the Belvedere?


Or the Mach IV?
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It's beautiful, that's what it is. The Jazzmaster didn't have 4 single coils and that color scheme.

How about the Belvedere?


Or the Mach IV?


It would be beautiful, but it ain't no Jazzmaster.

The first guitar of round II is pretty nice because of the Bigsby, even though the pseudo-LP hollowbody design is a little ugly, but I'd rather have a Telecaster with a Bigsby made to fit the Tele bridge (for ultimate twang)... MIJ model in production as we speak, I believe.

The second one looks like a messy ripoff of Jack Whites guitar, which is a really bad design as it is.
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the wangcaster. the most innovative guitar of any era.

hahahhaha thats so f*cken awesome

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