#3
Umm, yeah you actually DO need to say more.
Alvarez dreadnought
Gibson SG
EC-1000
Homemade Strat (seymour duncan classic stack p/ups)
Vox Tonelab (original desktop model) with full board footswitch
Vox AD50
Avatar V30 4x12 cab
#4
Quote by gwitersnamps
Umm, yeah you actually DO need to say more.


Agreed, have you bought one? Do you want to buy one? do you want our opinions on them?

Do tell....
'05 Fender Speed Shop So-Cal Stratocaster
'95 Squier Standard Strat

OLP MM1
Washburn X200v Pro

Tanglewood TW145-SC
Yamaha C40

Orange Dark Terror + PPC212
Jet City JCA20H + JCA24S
#5
you can hide weed in them.
<_< >_>
My Gear:
Squier Stratocaster
Line 6 Spider III 75w
Line 6 FBV Express

Wanted Gear:
Gibson Les Paul
Gibson ES335
Marshall JVM410H
Marshall JCM800
Dunlop Crybaby
#6
Quote by cj10schmelzer
you can hide weed in them.
<_< >_>

Resourceful. I like that.
My gear:
Flannel shirt
band
#7
Quote by kckyle
what about it besides the fact that its very very very expensive.

And very, very, very awesome sounding.

Not the best looking, but fuck me, that thing sounds like a beast.
Cam Sampbell's my hero
#8
What about the new 339?

All the sound, but smaller. It's a winner.

You can hide less weed, though. ._.
#9
Quote by Lil Macker
And very, very, very awesome sounding.

Not the best looking, but fuck me, that thing sounds like a beast.

#10
Quote by Rock Pig
What about the new 339?

All the sound, but smaller. It's a winner.

You can hide less weed, though. ._.



those things look beast!
I'm the one that has to die when it's time for me to die, so let me live my life, the way I want to
- Jimi Hendrix


Im tired of following my dreams, im going to ask them where their going and hook up with them later
- Mitch Hedberg
#11
OK, I was gonna start a new thread but this one seems perfectly good. I've been playing a 335 for a few years. Basically rock, but funky retro jam-band sort of music. I'm pretty good, I guess, but actually I'm a bit of a hack, really.
Anyway, I think I can get a lot more out of my 335. My action is a little high but the frets are wearing and I'm getting some buzzing. Also, I'm not always sure how to most effectively use my tone on each pickup. The guitar has been great to me but I feel like I should be getting a little more out of it. Any tips on how to really play a 335?
#13
I would buy one if I had 2, 000 aussie bucks. They're awesome mainly because they're the rarest guitars in Oz.