#1
Hi guys,

Not satisfied with my gear, I am looking for better tone.
For soloing, I find that when I hit for example the high E string, there is a strange tone coming after it.

I play a Jackson Ke3 with JB TB4 bridge pickup, and Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2N as neck pickup. And my amp is a Vox AD30VT, 30 watt. Also I play through a Boss GT-5.

I was thinking about getting a new guitar, for a better soloing sound, as I am always practising solo's. Or maybe it's the amp that's too weak.

What should I consider getting?
Last edited by Rienk0r at Sep 19, 2008,
#2
Giving me your Jackson and you getting a Schecter of somesort like a C1 or with a trem and some nice actives try the blackjack ATX
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#3
You need a new amp if you can't get the sound you want out of the equipment you currently own.
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#6
The amp part is ture... Can I still have your Jackson?


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- Schecter Tempest
- Epi LP Custom
- Ovation Acoustic
- BC Rich Dagger
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- Girlfriend (doubles as a Tube Screamer)
- Steve Vai Bad horsie 2

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This strength is built and maintained by masturbation.
#7
new amp the guitar is good enough
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