Hehe, george Gruhn comes into the vet clinic i work at a couple of times a month, usually. I cant believe i havent thought to ask him.
Guitarguy, does John pell do private lessons or does he strictly teach through the university?
I guess im just old school in that I miss the days where things were completely handmade. There is something special about that to me, even if the product isnt something that i desire. Theres just something very warm and appealing about a guy putting everything he has into something without...
Its seriously always the ones that you dont expect.
I picked up a BC Rich at Guitar Center tonight simply because I didnt think I had ever actually cared to pick one up before. Well, I did and it had the best damned neck I have ever put my hand around.
Congrats on the guitar. People seem to...
Looks, and nothing else. Nathan Sheppard wont even do a veneer. Solid, carved tops only from him. He actually just built a guitar out of a solid block of Ebony. It looks killer, although Im not sure how that would sound.
What other options would there be?
I really wany something dark. African Blackwood would be prime, but Nathan Sheppard quoted me 1,000 GBP just for a top. I am not sure about the prices for ABW, but that just seems insane.
Here is a sample of gaboon ebony that is exactly what i am wanting:
I really dig the dark red and...
Radical Red Reverberator.
I really have no business in replying to your thread considering I have only played the verbzilla, but I have talked to a couple of people who have said that the Verbzilla is a bit more natural sounding than the RRR. Regardless, I still want to try the RRR.
As far as current models go, my favorite is the SC 245 or a standard in vintage Mahogany.
As far as my favorite goes for all time, I would have to say a standard in the now discontinued stained walnut finish.
http://www.specimenproducts.com/ - just a lot of cool, weird stuff.
www.kollguitars.com - Although a bit more conservative than the others that I listed, they definitely have their own vibe going. Kind of retro, kind of modern. I really...