#1
okay, so i thought about putting this in the electric thread butttt i like you guys better of course so i thought maybe one of you could solve this...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0huRJvnsOE&feature=related
type of guitar? at first it looks like a godin but then i don't see the switches like the godin has.. and i also don't see any pickups or soundholes...
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#4
i want one of those things, my guitar shop has one, i may buy it because i need it for a competition i am gonna be in for school in january, but i wont have enough money probly

but to answer yourquestion, i think the pickups would be in the wood so it could get the vibrations of the wood also and sound more like an acoustic. thats just what i think so dont quote me.

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#8
Yeah, definatley a Gibson Chet Atkins SST. Kind of a cheap guitar to be playing on stage like that.
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#9
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It's a Gibson Chet Atkins SST


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#10
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It's a Gibson Chet Atkins SST

correct.

i wouldn't call this a cheap guitar to be playing on stage though. i rather like them and i certainly wouldn't consider them cheap