#1
Hello everyone,
here's a pic of mi guitar...the problem is that it's been in my familiy for ages but nobody knows which model, nor brand it is...Does anybody know?? Please tell so

Details:
Renzi double mics
Can turn on and off each one individualy


Thanks!!!

Ebba

#4
Holy **** that things nuts!!!
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#5
that thing looks cool but unfortunately i don't know
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#7
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that guitar must sound great


yeah..it does, the problem is that it's got some electricity matter going on but it's because it's old...and it makes a fuzzy sound when I use distortion
#8
looks almost like a walmart brand... not sure but its very 70's
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#9
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looks almost like a walmart brand... not sure but its very 70's


yeah..it's more or less from that time
#10
whats it say on the pick-ups?
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#12
dam.. al that got me was a dude named renzi who drives a pickup... lol i love google
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#15
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looks almost like a walmart brand... not sure but its very 70's

60's, dude!

That's totally 60's. Look at it: irregular sized pickups, odd bridge, tons of switches, random shape...it's the 60-est guitar I've seen on UG
#16
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60's, dude!

That's totally 60's. Look at it: irregular sized pickups, odd bridge, tons of switches, random shape...it's the 60-est guitar I've seen on UG


lol..yeah, its from the 60's-70's =) and it sounds pretty well, thnks!
#17
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60's, dude!

That's totally 60's. Look at it: irregular sized pickups, odd bridge, tons of switches, random shape...it's the 60-est guitar I've seen on UG


60's 70's whats the difference? as far as im concerned both generations were obsesive over pot, shrums, and great rock 'n' roll music
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#18
I'm sorry I can't tell you which brand it is, but the story goes like this:

In the 60's, when guitar music was becoming really popular, every american kid wanted an electric guitar, but couldn't afford one. Foreign companies, mostly from Japan, saw that they could profit from this, dropped whatever it was they were making and started building guitars instead.

That's why you get them with wierd shapes and tons of switches. They tried to imitate american models, but they didn't know much about building guitars at first, and had to use whatever cheap parts they had lying around.

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60's 70's whats the difference? as far as im concerned both generations were obsesive over pot, shrums, and great rock 'n' roll music

Ah, towards the mid-70's, these japanese companies already had 10+ years of building experience, and they began to look more like clones of american guitars.

This is when companies began suing for stealing their design.

One notorious company is Tokai. Their Strat and Les Paul copies were actually BETTER than real Fenders and Gibsons, for a third of the price.

At first, they actually called them "Les Paul Reborn".

Needless to say, they got sued.
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#20
Quote by sashki
I'm sorry I can't tell you which brand it is, but the story goes like this:

In the 60's, when guitar music was becoming really popular, every american kid wanted an electric guitar, but couldn't afford one. Foreign companies, mostly from Japan, saw that they could profit from this, dropped whatever it was they were making and started building guitars instead.

That's why you get them with wierd shapes and tons of switches. They tried to imitate american models, but they didn't know much about building guitars at first, and had to use whatever cheap parts they had lying around.


I get it...but this guitar is far from japaneese scrap kind of guitars
#21
Looks like a Frankenstein to me! Anyways, cool guitar. Where did you pick it up?
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#22
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Looks like a Frankenstein to me! Anyways, cool guitar. Where did you pick it up?


It was my mother's..who bought it from her guitar teacher who already had it from an old blues band..... O_o'
#23
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60's 70's whats the difference? as far as im concerned both generations were obsesive over pot, shrums, and great rock 'n' roll music

Well, the 60s and 70s cover twenty years, so try to ask yourself the question "Could anything at all have happened in the world of guitars in the span of twenty years?"

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I get it...but this guitar is far from japaneese scrap kind of guitars

The thing is, even the "scrap" guitars from Japan were built pretty well, although in a weird manner.
#24
has a red special feel about it, could indeed be homemade somewhere down the line
#27
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Those are mostly reproductions of obscure american guitars of the 60's and 70's. I don't know the original names, though.

Most of the product descriptions contain the name of the original, or at least a hint.
#31
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yeah..it does, the problem is that it's got some electricity matter going on but it's because it's old...and it makes a fuzzy sound when I use distortion


do some rewiring then
#32
no can do, the system is so old that it couldn't be replaced completely, but still it sounds great!
#34
id say something like vox. but dude, if you ever sell it, let me know! its beautiful
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#35
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id say something like vox. but dude, if you ever sell it, let me know! its beautiful


hehe..thanks =) it's got its charm...