#1
I have one of these for sale second hand at my local music shop for 600 quid.

Near new condition, love the way it plays and its a japanese fender.

How much do they cost new? What ive seen of them they seem pretty uncommon and i know for a fact that japanese fenders are a bitch to get hold of in the UK, and ive only heard good things about them.

IS it worth it?
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It's simple to sound like them, tune your guitars down a couple of steps but don't worry if it's actually IN tune or not, then just plug in and throw your guitar out the window.
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#4
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#5
And that picture is the exact guitar!
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#6
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#9
So why does he play without the low E? I've never heard of anyone ever doing that on purpose.
#10
Quote by Mecler
So why does he play without the low E? I've never heard of anyone ever doing that on purpose.

he plays in open (insert appropriate letter here, I'm gonna guess G but I'm probably wrong) tuning.

the e string isn't the right note in that tuning (it's D I think, whereas you'd generally want a G).

getting it to the low g would be too floppy. tuning up would double the note making it redundant. so he takes it off.
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#11
Quote by Lemoninfluence
he plays in open (insert appropriate letter here, I'm gonna guess G but I'm probably wrong) tuning.

the e string isn't the right note in that tuning (it's D I think, whereas you'd generally want a G).

getting it to the low g would be too floppy. tuning up would double the note making it redundant. so he takes it off.


Correct, open G. Learn some stones songs, he never used that string, even in his songs in standard tuning (there's probably a few cases where I'm wrong).
#12
Brown Sugar - Prime example of Open G tuning.
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#13
Quote by Tomo J O
Brown Sugar - Prime example of Open G tuning.


Isn't Brown Sugar in Standard? I learned it like that, anyways.
#14
It can be learnt either way, 100% sure. Tabs on here have it for both tunings. Either way get the GUITAR!
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#15
Quote by Tomo J O
It can be learnt either way, 100% sure. Tabs on here have it for both tunings. Either way get the GUITAR!


If you don't, tell me the name of that pawn shop, and I'll take a road trip