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I'd disagree with that.The Line 6 computer amp modelling software isn't fantastic and neither is the UX interface.
It's overpriced because it has his name on it. Don't get it.What do you guys think about a esp alexi 200?
Yeah, that's an older RR3, and you're correct. Older RR3's had Duncan Designed.http://www.musiciansnews.com/guitars/65/jackson_rr3_randy_rhoads_electric_guitar.shtml
Heres a link, it it says there duncan designed dentonators.
Go try it man if you havn't.In my complete, honest opinion...
The Warrior looks oober poser-ish.
The Kelly looks really sick. I'd get one if the only one that doesn't come with a floyd wasn't an entry model...
And why the **** shouldn't I?Do not buy solid state half stacks. Just get a tube combo.
You mean the fact the poster you quoted recommended Guitar Rig, or the fact that he suggested to use an amp simulation?This would get torn up in the recording forum like recomending a Spider or an MG. Sure it will work but only as a desprate measure if you're really really tight on cash, the sound quality is not that great. TS, just save yourself the trouble and get a USB audio interface like an M-Audio or a Line 6, they start at about $100, its not that much money.
All Jackson Custom Shops are over the TS's budget.Jackson custom shop.
It's quite up-setting that people automatically assume I'm on a bandwagon because I recommend something. Lets get this out of the way. I've used about 2-3 mics in my life, and that was for live and recording. The mic I've used, mostly though was the Shure SM57. I liked the way it sounded, and to be honest I used it the most. The other mics I used were under-used to give a valid-opinion.This. Of course they're not the most incredible mic in the world, but if you turn up to a venue and they're using '57s and '58s you at least know what to expect. Obviously my comments aren't aimed at Catharsis etc, since you guys know your stuff from first-hand experience.
It's the bandwaggoning here that frustrates me - for simple home recordings, why buy a $100 mic and $150 interface when the quality of modern USB mics is so close?
But lots of kids here have seen people going on about the '57, so they regurgitate that as their own opinion, and now every 'which mic' thread becomes a mass of Shure love....
Compared to the Schecter, the Schecter still wins.Yeah ok. What about an X series Jackson?
The Schecter is winning because it has better specs.OK, so ATM the schecter is winning but I wanna know why
just pirate guitar rig 4 and buy a sound card...
seriously, it's much better than all of the cheap solid states you can buy for under 1000+ dollars
A JCM 800 is perfect for you, but I suppose JCM 2000 DSL could do what you want as well.a jcm what? lol
there r so many :P
+1Pretty sure they start at $900 new and non-blem.
TS, try www.rondomusic.com and look at the Agiles. Those are good for the price.
Otherwise, try the Schecter sunset deluxe or omen 6. Sunset is 350, omen is 300.
Or, if you like thinner necks, the RG321 or RG2EX1. Maybe an RG3EXFM1.
Also, keep your eyes peeled for used stuff at Guitar Center. Sometimes they have good deals.
That's a terrible reason to rec. a guitar.I'd say Explorer cuz my next guitar is probably gonna be a gibson explorer, and they look awesome
I don't agree with that at all, but that's just me.You could get a Blackstar HT5 Combo for the price of the flextone, the Blackstar will rip the flextone's bollocks off.
Why so?Is neither an option?
+1honestly you only need to oil 2-3 times a year. after that it's overkill.
Ever heard of a Squier that's not a low end one?
Don't buy an el cheapo guitar - whether acoustic or electric. Try to spend $400 to $500 on your first guitar and don't buy a Squier! Squier is a sub brand of Fender. If you start playing and decide it's not for you, a lot of these sub brands, like Squier, Jasmine and Rogue are just about worthless and you'll never recover your investment. Buy a better quality guitar and at least you'll be able to sell it for a decent price.
In the end, decide what's best for you and go with it.
He didn't mean it like that. It's more like helping you decide through what you're playing.Isn't that about as scientific as smack two of your fingers on the desk. If the left one hurts more, buy and acoustic. If the right one hurts more, buy an electric?
The clip wasn't mine, it was someone elses, so I'm not sure.hahaha nah I play mainly indie rock and blues! Just wanted decent cleans, a bit of rhythm crunch and a saturated lead tone but it was slim pickings really. Can't comment on what it's like for metal (obviously I didn't try it) but I guess theres not so much emphasis on warmth so could be a winner in that department- sounds like you've got it sounding pretty good in the clip (high volume or low volume?).
This is such a thread-jack!