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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by vilk, Aug 7, 2015.
look at the fretboard of the middle one.
Somebody really doesn't like descending runs.
If that negative space were filled with something clear, that would be awesome. It just looks painful.
It's just a tool to teach you proper thumb on the middle of the neck technique.
Learn the classic in a metal way... the Yin and the Yang manifest themselves through some weird ways...
That Bich knockoff on the left has some offensive stringthru placement. One of EVH’s big regrets was taking all the meat out of that explorer he had. This is even worse.
There's gotta be a tone of electronics "guts" under that pickguard.
He borrowed Chris Holmes' for some beer, and for his troubles, he had to show up at Eddie's parent's to collect his fully functional and put together guitar that Eddie had essentially turned into a kit project. Then again, Chris is a guy who would buy Marshalls, set up the tone he liked, and then... break the fucking pot shafts off! Lmao.
mE iS PaGanInI
i just watched The Thing 2011 and Prometheus last night. ^^ continues the theme somehow.
that's a violin .. anyone remember Mark Wood ? heavy metal violinist
Yes, his name is on the gig bag, those are his name-brand violins.
I think I saw him at a NAMM actually, now that I know what's up.
Looked him up on Youtube. About as fucking rad as the violin looks silly.
wes boland's custom PRS 4 string bass/guitar hybrid with tremolo
'This is the mk7 version of this instrument. It’s a guitar/bass hybrid tuned F# F# B E or AADG, 80 42 32 22 ... it has guitar and bass pickups and 2 outputs. Scale length is 26.5”'
^That's actually really neat. Too bad that hearing it would include having to listen to Fred Durst at the same time.
Next time you feel useless and without a place in this world,just stop and think about that single coil emg.