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1. Work on Rhythm Guitar.
2. Keep working on rhythm guitar.
3. When you're sick of it, work on some more rhythm guitar.
As for your...
Yes. I worked as a solo performer on acoustic for a couple of years and when I went back to electric, it was just...ugh.
The best tips I can...
Lately I've been taking a Partscaster, a Peavey Classic 30 amp and an Overdrive Pedal to open jams.
It's not a bad sound.
That thing is spectacularly awesome in its stupendousness!
I'd love to hear a sound clip!
People claim to have met my doppelgangers until I seek them out, and destroy the clones....
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!!! ;)
I think this just furthers my belief that purchasing pickups, be it used or new it pretty much a crap shoot.
I think it will depend on how much is being asked for as far as a settlement.
I could see that happening.
Of course, there is a way around that. Typically you can find a finished Squier guitar for 100-150 bucks. That'll...
I actually like them a lot for clean stuff...almost as much as SD Blackouts which have a bit more midrange (but either can be nudged out w an amp...
Welcome to the Dark Side!!!!
No, it won't. So just beat the crap out of it and enjoy every nick, scratch and dent along the way! :thumb:...
I'm not sure if the year matters so much as the day.
Don't buy one built on a Monday or a Friday!! :thumb:
That guitar is badass! :dude: