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I've heard that Thomas Erak is a dick to his fans. So I guess him...but I don't know if this is proven or just people making **** up...
I'd like to think the latter.
The Mars Volta FTW
I say Claudio. Devil in Jersey City on the Starland DVD is just amazing, screaming into his pickups, its just chilling and awesome. And the guillotine they had on the Good Apollo I tour had to have been just awesome. Thomas is awesome too, but from what Ive seen live, the three of them isnt quite enough to do the songs well, with all the overdubbed parts and the already fast parts he has to play and sing at the same time.
It plays amazing, I love mine. The neck is super skinny, but a D, so it doesn't cramp your hand like a Wizard II.
lol, or you can kill two birds with one stone
Mr. Teppei Teranishi, lead guitarist in Thrice.
The man is a genius when making riffs, a pure perfectionist.
I'll be ordering an AL-2000 in Trans blue within the next couple of weeks, I just hope they're as good as everyone says they are.
From what I gather, the AL-2000 is on par with an Epiphone LP Standard. Is this true? I tried an actual Epi LP standard a few weeks back and it felt much much nicer than my 10 year old squire strat.
I'm up in Canada, so have any Canadians ordered from Rondomusic? I read on the site that "Customers ordering guitars outside the US are required to order cases" I'd rather not do this because this will almost double the shipping cost. I can save about $40 if I buy an LP hard case from my local shop.
Dumb question but, how are agiles? Are they quality guitars are just cheap knockoffs that aren't worth your money?
Any1 have this? It looks bloody beautiful for the price. Some1 PLEASE tell me that they love this guitar cause i sooooooo want one and i dont want it to suck
What would you suggest? I want the best sounding guitar in your opinion. I am not really on a budget, but I dont want anything too ridiculous. I was looking at a 59 Reissue Les Paul, but im not really sure.
P.S. I have a marshall JVM 410H as my main amp.
Hey, I am fairly new to guitar. Only a few months and have learned a few basic things like the major and pentatonic scales, some chords, and some riffs. I was looking into getting a good book to help explain theory and such. I know most of that stuff is on the internet... but I like having something concrete to look at and something I know is right. Basically what I'm asking is if anybody can offer a suggestion as to what would be a good electric guitar book to learn from. I am leaning towards playing rock guitar but with so many different books out there, I don't want to waste money on one that sucks. Any suggestions would be good. Thanks
Lol, actually it wasn't him who originally made me love this guitar. When I was like 6, my cousin showed me a video of Metallica and James was playing an explorer (albeit ESP). I fantasised about owning one. When I say Coheed's Live at the Starland Ballroom I knew I needed to get one.
Got my Gibson Explorer two weeks ago but I've been out of town off and on and haven't had many chances to play it. When I first played it at the store (Through a Switchblade, sweet amp. Anyone want to say Alex Lifeson?) It buzzed on almost every fret. Had the salesman adjust it. I though the action was a little high. When I got it home I lowered the bridge quite a bit. It plays nearly perfectly now. Check it out along with my LP:
I'm sorry for the MG. Got it when I didn't have much amp knowledge. I have a Classic 30 now and a BBE Sonic Maximizer is in the MG's effects loop. With the Sonic Maximizer I can really get a great high gain tone and good cleans. Without it, the amp sounds horrible.
(It does look good between those two guitars though.)
You ever get compliments from people saying you're really good and you'll go far, but hate them? I find myself that way so often. I'm an extremely average playing. I know a handful of scales, good rhythm player, decent improv, etc. But I hate when people go on and on about how good I've gotten or how far I could go with this. The only reason they think I'm good is because they don't play and don't listen to the same music I play. I guess I should take these compliments because it's the right thing to do but if any guitarist on here heard me play a rated me fairly, that's when I would take a compliment. Because I know it's (hopefully) honest and coming from someone who knows how to play.
Any of you deal with this?? I guess it's sort of a pet peeve.
I was using one of these to carry the guitar in. However because the case was kinda hard it cushioned my fall. I was going straight on the motorway in the Yamaha when some idiot cut into my lane heading for the ring road. He didnt see me and his rear caught my bike.