#2
I owned a Hound Dog round neck for a little while. Comes with a terrible setup, but a decent guitar. If you're playing it for slide, then I recommend D'Addario Flat Top strings. Less noise.
Sincerely, Chad.
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#3
my friend had the 600 dollar fender one

played it and he happened to have his hand like die while playing (tendonitis)

so he sold it because it was "cursed"

funny thing is this kid is so straightedge its not even funny so we cant blame drugs lol


anyway.... it sounded nice but not worth it

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97 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#4
I was thinking about getting that fender not worth it huh? I will just try them all at the store I was just making sure I could play "blue funk" on them I love that grove
#5
I just got an instructor for acoustic blues and he plays with a slide on a National reissue resonator
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#6
Quote by Officerat
I was thinking about getting that fender not worth it huh? I will just try them all at the store I was just making sure I could play "blue funk" on them I love that grove



Hmm....by Blue Funk, do you mean the song from Trigun?

And yeah, resonators are pretty cool. I've tried one out on occasion, and they've got an interesting sound to them. worth looking into, if you like that sort of sound.
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