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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Magnets And Melodies, Mar 25, 2020.
As much as I'd like a new guitar, it's a great time to buy stocks.
It is a new line up from EVH:http://www.evhgear.com/gear/guitars...s-standard-maple-fingerboard-matte-army-drab/
Played one a couple times, really nice!
You sonofabitch...I'm in!
The reason I am going with just the one pickup is because I used to own a Godin 5th Avenue Kingpin II with two P90's and I want a little freer soundboard for acoustic playing which you get with the one pickup.
What's your next guitar when this whole thing is over?
I want to build another Warmoth.
You need one!
Strandberg, either a neck-thru Fusion or a bass
a Jazzmaster should then be your next port of call
I'll just do what I've been planning for some time, buy a hybrid Strat body for my Tele. My Tele has a killer USACG neck that my guy did a full treatment (level, crown, nut, setup). It has Fralin SP43s and sounds fantastic through my Bluguitar Amp1. But I've been a Strat player forever and that body style just feels way more comfortable to me. So:
What specs are you looking for on the jazzmaster? Are you trying to go vintage or buy something new?
I have been and will be buying more when the time is right. In a few months, I could have any guitar(s) I want without a second thought.
Nothing! I may have one before this whole thing is over, though. I built a Tele from a kit a couple of years ago that has become my main guitar. It was my first time doing that and I'd like to take another crack at it, but this time I'll buy the parts separately now that I know what I like and want. What better way to spend nights and weekends trapped indoors?
I'm hot rodding up a Jazzmaster right now. It's pretty much perfect, except I have to decide what I'm going to do with the circuit. I like the dark circuit for lots of things, including jazz, so maybe nothing. It's got the full Mastery treatment, perfect set up, fret level, etc. Man I really love it. Flip on the Fender Deluxe and do the backstroke through all the reverb and tremolo and vibrato until this whole thing is over.
You know, I have been eyeing those up since the mid 90s. Maybe it’s high time to get one
Another Charvel So Cal. Pre 2016. I'm not a huge fan of the speed neck.
Although I don't really need another, I'm always stalking lightly used ESP Standards/E-IIs. They hit a real sweet spot for quality/cost used and have very high consistency.
I have certain trigger points that can be activated almost regardless of what is happening in the world, as long as I'm not in danger of living in cardboard box within a few weeks.
I don't have a Les Paul. I'll probably look for a mahogany/maple double humbucker set-neck guitar that isn't a Gibson. Collings, Mcinturff, Koll, etc. A maple neck Silver Sky would be cool, as well.
Already bought it (no self-control at all!):
2014 Gibson Custom Shop Collector's Choice #14 1960 Les Paul "Waddy Wachtel"
DSCF4369 by nbessie1 posted Mar 26, 2020 at 8:22 PM
That’s a good idea! You never need to get another guitar again after that!