Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by No_Stairway, Dec 1, 2018.
I dig Ash
[QUOTE="killerburst, post: 27598410, member: 2717" It has his “funk switch” which is pretty unique.[/QUOTE]
Okay, I googled "Suhr funk switch" and came up empty- can you describe what that switch does?
Okay, I googled "Suhr funk switch" and came up empty- can you describe what that switch does?[/QUOTE]
It’s an inductor network, tuned to the pickups it is used with, acting as a filter. Passive.
A few more...
1986 Ovation Legend
Epiphone Masterbilt EF-500RCCE. Cedar top, rosewood back and sides.
Alvarez 12 string. Spruce top and spalted maple back and sides. Don't own this one any longer.
Yamaha NTX-900. Spruce top and flame maple back and sides.
It's low budget, but I like natural finish so much that I turned this:
and then this:
Epi Wildkat 001 by BigDoug1053 posted Feb 14, 2017 at 2:21 PM
Gretsch 6120AM_DSC1349 by BigDoug1053 posted Jan 7, 2017 at 1:55 PM
Rainsong Smokey SMHC_DSC1352 by BigDoug1053 posted Jan 7, 2017 at 1:53 PM
006 by BigDoug1053 posted Feb 17, 2016 at 12:50 AM
005 by BigDoug1053 posted Feb 17, 2016 at 12:50 AM
GuitarWarwickThumb5 by BigDoug1053 posted Feb 17, 2016 at 12:09 AM
GuitarHedda002web by BigDoug1053 posted Feb 17, 2016 at 12:08 AM
Epiphone Dobro by BigDoug1053 posted Jan 26, 2016 at 4:19 PM
Here is a scorched ESP.
- Epi 339.
- Epi 339 and RG421
- Samick KR
Oddly enough, my only acoustic guitar, is blue. Go figure.
That is a holy grail guitar for me. NICE!!!!!
Here's my Warmoth. Bubinga top on Mahogany body. Neck is Bubinga with an Ebony fingerboard. Pickups and knobs are Cocobolo. Wiped down with Tung Oil in a hasty fashion, played hard for almost 10 years.
Actually... here's a better pic of the pair. Mostly Warmoths... Fender body on the left with an all Pau Ferro Warmoth '59 roundback neck, 22 years I've been playing it. On the right is the Bubinga, mentioned above...
Natural carbon? I have a friend who works at Rainsong here in WA.
This one appears to have some pigment or something, but still qualifies I think--
I LOVE natural finishes yet have never really owned one. My first moment of understanding how the entirety of a guitar can resonate was with a PRS Custom 24 with a wicked maple top in a natural finish. I couldn't even think about affording one at the time but I tried it out just to say I did. Amazing instrument. I'd still like to find one someday that brings it like that one but it's not a priority really I guess since I keep getting other colors.