Interesting. I'll check that out. I just want to add a taste of thickness and character with a hair of buzz.
I'm curious how bad/good it can sound.
Very interesting. Thanks. I guess I zoned into certain songs and made assumptions based on those.
This makes me sad that you were unappreciated. I try to give compliments with merit all the time. Life is hard enough and competitive as it is.
To me it seems like variants of A major, G major, and E minor pentatonic scales. But I'm theory illiterate.
LOL, what a nerd. he seriously needs to take a bath. :rotflmao
I love zombie-threads. Don't hate.
For me, it's easier to picture in my mind inches and feet. Also, I'm not a kneeler. :p
My playing style is anti-sustain. I like negative space.
Would love to print them out full scale on a plotter or similar. Needs to be detailed and accurate.
I have Adobe Illustrator, but that's for...
First acoustic was some beat up Yamaha. First electric was a red Peavey.
I like the way my electric guitars sound unplugged, the tone of the wood. I just want that through an amp.
I don't like the wording of the poll. I'm in the, "it's great for whoever likes it, but not for me" camp.
The hand-rubbed varnish makes me think I could shoot it with glossy nitro if I wanted to.
I rather have any real wood alternative than something made in a lab. Call me a snob.
That might be perfect. There are 2 versions. One with small fret dots and one with large fret dots. I like the small dots for that classier...
I rather have glossy nitro, but I'd settle for super-thin matte finish.
I don't like those huge tuners. Looks out of place on the smaller guitar. It needs vintage style butterbeans.
At least if it's not finished, I...
Got to agree with the EJ Jazz. That and fingers.
Thanks for the recommendations. Lots of good information.
I love the tone of a good nylon string guitar, but they don't stay in tune as well as steel.
That dude probably had a good size budget for some of those vintage pedals.
I don't find virtual distortion plugins to be abstract, convincing, or warm enough.