#1
Ok, so I am going to do a total redo in my gear, due to my ignorance and not listening to you guys when you said to not get an RG. I HATE THAT GUITAR, and those pedals just don't fit my amp. So I just got my paycheck (you will need this info, $1200). I have been saving up from the past weeks from other things, so total would be around $1400.

This or that for each.

Boss SD-1 Keeley Modified or Boss DS-1
Boss TR-1 or Voodoo Lab Tremolo
Kramer Striker FR-422SM or ESP LTD SA-2
Squier Affinity Fat Strat or Butterscotch Squier Tele

If you also would like to know my playing style, I play mostly Bon Jovi (got out of Slipknot).


A quick non-related question, I took my Squier Strat into GC to get it fixed, there was a whammy issue, and they ****ed it up, I can barely push it down, how would I fix this my self with out having to break anything.
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Last edited by darondood at Sep 6, 2008,
#2
Quote by darondood
Ok, so I am going to do a total redo in my gear, due to my ignorance and not listening to you guys when you said to not get an RG. I HATE THAT GUITAR, and those pedals just don't fit my amp. So I just got my paycheck (you will need this info, $1200). I have been saving up from the past weeks from other things, so total would be around $1400.

This or that for each.

Boss SD-1 Keeley Modified or Boss DS-1
Boss TR-1 or Voodoo Lab Tremolo
Kramer Striker FR-422SM or ESP LTD SA-2
Squier Affinity Fat Strat or Butterscotch Squier Tele

If you also would like to know my playing style, I play mostly Bon Jovi (got out of Slipknot).


A quick non-related question, I took my Squier Strat into GC to get it fixed, there was a whammy issue, and they ****ed it up, I can barely push it down, how would I fix this my self with out having to break anything.


For the Strat, get some springs in the back with a lesser amount of tension.

I would go for the Keeley modded sd-1
Voodoo Lab Tremelo
ESP and the Tele.

And I definitely reccomend getting the Texas Special Tele Pickups from Fender. They are amazing.
#3
well not sure bout bon jovi. maybe an acoustic simulator pedal and a distortion/mega distortion pedal. if you ever get back to stuff like slipknot i recommend either a metal zone pedal or a death metal pedal
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#4
Thanks guys. How much would springs cost though? Also, how much would it be to buy a FR tremolo?
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