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Logic actually looks really good. But it's 500 bucks and i still need an interface. And it requires Mac OSX!?!? Out of the question. Anything else? A bundle with software and hardware in one might be good, to save money, IKD.
M-Audio Fast Track Pro, works great for me.
Again, just dropping in to say I was in that exact store a couple months ago. Their selection didn't seem that great in terms of what I like playing, just a lot of Gibson, Fender, Schecter and PRS. There were like 4 ESPs there, the best one being an EC-401.
And yeah, DO NOT get that MG. They are seriously some of the worst amps I've ever played.
jesus christ, no wonder the MG manages to sell, lures so many kids in.
schecter c-1 is nice.
Pick up a solid tube head and cab.
If that's the music you like, I can't imagine better pickups than the Dunc Distortion. Screaming, compressed singing leads, crispy attack, warm with undistorted clean sound- gosh, don't change THAT pickup. If u try a JB or Custom , the woodier mids will trade away the power in your power chords. Just my opinion.., if you are positive you got the Sh6 Distortion. Does it have the logo or does it say dunc designed? Stock or you put it in? Very curious to know...
Because he's being an ignorant self-righteous "amurican" douchebag.
That's called welfare not unemployment. When you work your paying your own taxes toward your unemployment.
The way you are judging it is as if someone who collects food stamps uses it to fund other habits or things.
Now you just confused me. I can't tell if your saying buying the amp is morally right or wrong. But i have a savings.
Did you mean to say you have a boner? How patriotic.
I'd rather the money stolen from my pay check by the government to go towards your amp than something useless as it most likely will
Well then you just answered your own question
You wouldn't notice any significant difference if all you're doing is word processing and internet. Like I said, you're the only one that knows what you want to do with it. If you were going to be doing more than that, say storing/playing music on it, guitar pro, watching movies etc. I'd recommend the laptop.
All you've said is you want it to do "online classes" so I don't see any point in spending 100 more bucks for things you won't use.
You're the only person that knows what you want/need to get out of it. A 400 dollar laptop isn't going to be the cream of the crop either.
Then the purpose of this thread is...?
Depends what you'll be doing on it.
Guitars like that are great for learning repair techniques. Take it apart completely. I mean down to the last screw! Remove all the electronics down to the last component. Be sure to keep track of all the parts. I use zip lock bags for small parts. Now slowly reassemble the guitar making improvements where you can. Smooth out the sharp fret edges, maybe a custom paintjob,refinish the neck, smooth out the nut grooves, rewire the pickguard, etc. Anything you think you are capable of doing and especially the stuff you think you can't do! You'll be shocked at how much you can learn from that otherwise useless free guitar! What's the worst that can happen? You'll ruin a free guitar that's probably a wallhanger anyway? Oh, and take lots of photos of things that go right and wrong so you can post them here for everyone else to learn from...