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just spraypaint it yourself, That's actually what bodyshops do. They just put the spray can inside of a better looking one, so you think it's more than it is.
It's one of the many ways they rip you off
you're best just doing it yourself
Ibanez Prestige/regular/Gio (however it is going to be interesting to see what comes of the Premium line that is more recent.
For $700 you could get most if not all of the pedals you would need.
Boss Digi Delay: 140
Ibanez TS9: 100
Boss DS1 distortion: 40
Danelectro Equalizer: 25
Dunlop crybaby wah: 70
Boss RC-3 loop: 200
EHX big muff: 80
You can mix and max, that is what I would grab if I was putting together a pedal board.
However, if money is no object... Look for a used Axe FX... I've seen them go for $1000-1500 on craigslist. They have all the convenience of Guitar Rig, and very nearly the right feel and sound of a real amp.
Also, check out Overloud TH-2. It's a program similar to Guitar Rig and Amplitube, but IMO both the clean and super hi gain tones are much better. Be warned though, it's not nearly as user friendly.
Get the Lunchbox amp for sure, then get a copy of Amplitube 3 FREE.
The sound and response is generally better than GR5, and there's more than enough stuff included in the free version for most recording and practice use.
I have been using Guitar Rig since Guitar Rig 3, and I have found it to be one of the best purchases I have ever made. I use it 95% of the time when practicing at home.
I normally use a 50W Mesa Stiletto Ace for band practice or jamming, but while I was having some work done on the Stiletto I used Guitar Rig 4. It worked quite well - I just plugged into one of my monitors and I was set.
Also, as far as recording, Guitar Rig is great for when I have inspiration hit at 3 AM, and I just can't play through my normal rig due to neighbors.
Overall, I would recommend Guitar Rig 5 more than a Lunchbox Amp IF you are just going to use it primarily for practice or to jam with. However, due to potential computer problems I wouldn't recommend using Guitar Rig 5 at an actual gig.
My vote goes to Guitar Rig 5. It provides the best digital sound to date in my opinion and it gives you a huge amount of sound options for a relatively small price. The only thing I find with it, is that you also need a set of pretty sweet headphones to match, otherwise you lose a lot of your tone.
Fo' reals, I went and checked the serial numbers on the guitar.
Its between a 70-72 from the Kalamazoo plant, worth between 12 and 14 dollars. Nice find!
You should let the guy write the solos that you would let him play.You know how in Metallica James writes most of the solos but he only plays solos in slower songs like nothing else matters and the first unforgiven solo.Let him play the simple solos in your slower songs unless they are all slow.
Both are basic guitars.
Try both out. Buy whichever feels more comfortable.
I've played the EX- I found it bloody uncomfortable to play on your lap.
Despite how it sometimes seems because the amount of guitarists that wank over it, sweeping is a niche technique...
Beats by Dr. Dre are good, depending on which one you buy. My only complaint is you truly can't hear anything outside of the headphones if they are at a decent level of volume and that they let A LOT of sound out. If it's loud to you, it will be loud to anyone near you. Sound quality is pretty damn amazing though.