Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mrhillz, May 21, 2006.
Herman Li of Dragonforce shows how it's done.
Im impresed. I knwe about making crazy noises
-I mean come on every self respective Electric guitar muscisian has gone there-
I just never came up with that.....that last one I just think is plain wrong though-I respect my guitar too much to even try that.
i can't get it to work, unless i'm just not waiting long enough for it to load
This kind of stuff was really fun when Eddie did it 25 years ago; it sounds a bit silly to me now.
I recently purchased my second PRS guitar. This model:
The first thing I did was make certain the tremolo bar was firmly tucked away in the case, most likely never to be touched again.
you now that just made my guitar .....look crappy as hell
Yeah it's awfully pretty... but I haven't played professionally for over twelve years, and haven't really touched a guitar in nearly five. So I'm willing to bet yours <b>sounds</b> a good bit better at the moment. Also, I let go of a Les Paul and a Strat to afford this thing, so I've got this whole bittersweet feeling going on right now.
Not half as awesome as Thor Von Clemson's Rocking Elite Guitar Level 12 Master Class video.
Not sure I just started playing as a band. so I dont really think I can compare myself to someone profesional-yes even if they are a bit rusty.
I actually been saving for a new one, -the current one is basically okay but its starting to show its years, I been looking into strats and Les Paul, Im not sure what Im buying though. I just want it in either black/blue/red or any convination of those collors.
I want to see how you make the guitar talk like Peter Frampton..
I wanna see how you make the guitar sound like Aaron Neville.
If you want to see a cool solo by Li and Dragonforce, check out this video:
That's a great looking guitar. If you don't mind me asking. What is the price range on it?
Last I remmber a PRS such as that was the bones of $5000 (???)
That's a bit high for me. I guess I will settle on getting a Strat .
Thank you! I shopped around quite a bit. They make some VERY expensive models, depending on the finish and options. Mine was $2500ish. Definitely two of my favs in my collection, but my 1972 Gibson ES-175D is the crown jewel. Here's what those look like:
Sadly, all of my sixteen instruments are (much like my TF collection) in storage. Real life priorities overtake fun sometimes.
Oh, and you can't go wrong with a Strat. I have the American Standard 40th Anniversary Edition and a Roland GuitarSynth-ready Standard Strat. Both play beautifully. Also, I have a Peavey Strat knockoff (which can be picked up for around $225) that is a real gem. It was my "throwaround" guitar in college, but it did a fine job. You really don't have to spend a lot to get a decent instrument.
Great looking guitar. You can't go wrong with Gibson. I have a Gibson classical. I love it.
And,yes,I've eally had an interest in Strats for awhile. I really love the sound and the design. I'm just now considering buying one. And I'm sure I an find on at a reasonable price and get what I want.
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