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Guitar Central / Re: Gibson facing bankruptcy after 116 years
« Last post by gandydancer123 on Today at 11:22:28 AM »
baka guerilla tactics lang nila to to market and make thier guitars more desirable? haha
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depende papsi eh. imho tho, mejo maingay si texas specials. ako lang yan ha. :)

ah ganun ba? so okay na lang sa stock muna?

may hinahanap akong tunog sa strat

okay ba rio grande pickups sa maple neck yung lollar nakarinig ako through video parang di ko trip tunog (sa maple board)
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Classifieds: Guitars / FSO: Epiphone SG G400 Pro 1966 (White)
« Last post by gian363 on Today at 10:50:50 AM »
http://i652.photobucket.com/albums/uu246/gian363/sg.jpg

Price: 14k (fixed)
Functionality: 10/10
Cosmetics: 9/10 (No dents, bought from Guitar Pusher)
Freebie: Dimarzio Cliplock
No gig bag included.
RFS: Matagal nang di nagagamit, needs a new owner.


Meetup Location: Malabon/Monumento
Contact#: 09566433017
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Classifieds: Guitars / FS: Ibanez s1xxv 25th Anniversary
« Last post by panterica on Today at 10:48:04 AM »
Ibanez s1xxv 25th Anniversary

* Like new condition
* Never used
* Bought for display purposes only
* No scratches or defects
* Complete with box, tools, tags

* Add 500 for original Ibanez gig bag

Note: Yung strings nya na dilaw medyo faded on some parts for unknown reason, but itís still the original strings that it came with.

RFS: Need additional funds for an event.

Actual picture posted (The one on the left)

* NO SWAPS/TRADES, cash basis only, slightly negotiable but be reasonable, slight means slight, no lowballers, letís not waste time.

Selling at 25k slightly negotiable

Please inquire via sms @ 09167515599

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1628523323893147&set=gm.968860486602107&type=3
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okay ba fender texas special pickup sa fender strat 57 (maple op kors) plan ko palitan sa akin

di ako kumpyansa sa mga reviews e

any makabuluhang thoughts?

depende papsi eh. imho tho, mejo maingay si texas specials. ako lang yan ha. :)
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Guitar Central / Re: using electric guitar on acoustic gig
« Last post by Ralph_Petrucci on Today at 10:27:49 AM »
Thanks Sir for the info, I don't have a bassist right now, I have only one drummer who will play
bongo instead of a kahon, will that be enough? Or will I go all rhythm on it? I will listen to John Mayer
but in my opinion he uses finger style, which is I am not  yet proficient. 

if that's the case then you have no choice but to go all out rhythm. if you can fnid a bassist, that will be better.

Acoustic + Bass > Acoustic + Percussion

your set/gig will have less impact without a good bassist.
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Guitar Central / Re: using electric guitar on acoustic gig
« Last post by 24242009 on Today at 10:21:53 AM »
unless you have a tight rhythm section (bass and drums), I'd stick to playing all rhythm and have the vocalist just scat/sing some of the solo lines. if the bass and drums are top notc (Ala steve jordan and pino paladino), then by all means, solo on it! but make sure you fatten up your tone to fill up those empty frequencies. take a listen to John Mayer Trio for an idea and the differences of tones he uses for these parts.

Thanks Sir for the info, I don't have a bassist right now, I have only one drummer who will play
bongo instead of a kahon, will that be enough? Or will I go all rhythm on it? I will listen to John Mayer
but in my opinion he uses finger style, which is I am not  yet proficient. 
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Guitar Central / Re: THE GRAVITY CLUB - Followers of John Mayer
« Last post by queer_rocker on Today at 10:20:55 AM »


regards sa tone or sound nito okay..pero itsura nyay
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Guitar Central / Re: using electric guitar on acoustic gig
« Last post by Ralph_Petrucci on Today at 09:54:09 AM »
Thank you very much for the replies Sir/Madam, I will try all your suggestions. But I have to stay away from carrying my multieffects for an acoustic simulator, because I prefer to carry light on an acoustic gig. 

OT question, if a song has a certain guitar solo and im the only guitarist and I don't have a looper pedal, is it akward to play a guitar solo? or I will just all the rhythm section instead?

unless you have a tight rhythm section (bass and drums), I'd stick to playing all rhythm and have the vocalist just scat/sing some of the solo lines. if the bass and drums are top notc (Ala steve jordan and pino paladino), then by all means, solo on it! but make sure you fatten up your tone to fill up those empty frequencies. take a listen to John Mayer Trio for an idea and the differences of tones he uses for these parts.
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Guitar Central / Re: using electric guitar on acoustic gig
« Last post by 24242009 on Today at 09:47:54 AM »
Thank you very much for the replies Sir/Madam, I will try all your suggestions. But I have to stay away from carrying my multieffects for an acoustic simulator, because I prefer to carry light on an acoustic gig. 

OT question, if a song has a certain guitar solo and im the only guitarist and I don't have a looper pedal, is it akward to play a guitar solo? or I will just all the rhythm section instead?
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