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Well, after a recent trip to a guitar shop with my friend, I realized that I know WAAAAAAAY too much about the little stringed instruments that go by the category of "Guitar." This includes Bass guitars, and amplifiers. Chances are, If I've heard of it, I've probably played on it. So, this is going to be my little sanctuary to give out Tech advice for anypony who needs it, or to stop anypony from making a purchase they'll regret. So, if you have any questions, what so ever, I'd be more than happy to answer them, or give advice. And just for good measure, I'll go ahead, and list the guitars and Basses I've played on... and remember.

Guitars:

Gibson 70's Cherry V

Gibson Les Paul Black Beauty

Epiphone '65 Custom Casino /w Bigsby Tailpiece *Own*

Kona Solid-Top acoustic *Own*

Gibson Double-Cutaway Les Paul (Bob Marley Style)

Epiphone Les Paul Studio (Heritage Cherry Sunburst) /w Custom Alnico Pickups *Owned*

Fender Billy Corgan Signature Stratocaster

Fender Telecaster *owned*

Dean VMNTX *owned*

Ibanez Gio /w Floyd Rose *owned*

PRS Starla (Expensive as buck)

ESP Phoenix

Gibson Firebird

Fender Stratocaster *owned*

Jackson RR1 Rhodes

Schecter Synister Gates Artist Model

Schecter Zacky Vengeance Artist Model

Fender Detonator (Strat with Seymour Duncan Detonator Humbuckers and a Killswitch, along with free floating tremolo.)

Schecter V

Schecter Omen (6 and 7)

And the list goes on...

Basses:

Gibson Thunderbird Bass

Gibson Nikki Sixx Blackbird

Squier P-Bass (Modified to add Seymour Duncan J-Bass Pickup.) *owned*

Squier '70's Modified J-Bass *OWN*

Ibanez Soundgear Lefty Bass (Restrung for Righty) *OWN*

Squier Frank Belo J-Bass

Fender Aerodyne J-Bass (Surprisingly Rich sound for such a thin Bass)

Music Man Stingray

And more and more and more. Every time I go into GC, I play a different Bass or Guitar just to see how it sounds.

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THE AMOUNT OF BASS

IS TOO [DATA EXPUNGED] HIGH!

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this makes me feel like a guitar n00b. I only have my iddy biddy Takamine Jasmine Autistic guitar. ( mainly to practice and learn guitar on)

Though I do wounder what would be a electric guitar for a beginner? Also what is a good price range for a beginner to have in mind?

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this makes me feel like a guitar n00b. I only have my iddy biddy Takamine Jasmine Autistic guitar. ( mainly to practice and learn guitar on)

Though I do wounder what would be a electric guitar for a beginner? Also what is a good price range for a beginner to have in mind?

http://www.music123.com/guitars/dean-vendetta-xm-electric-guitar

Good beginner guitar. Nice sound, and great quality. Not to mention look at that price.

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Bass is the BEST. I've been playing for almost three years, and I love it with all my heart! I had a Fender Squier Jazz for a long time, as my beginner bass. Recently, I bought a Schector, Diamond Series 08. Its absolutely beautiful.

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Bass is the BEST. I've been playing for almost three years, and I love it with all my heart! I had a Fender Squier Jazz for a long time, as my beginner bass. Recently, I bought a Schector, Diamond Series 08. Its absolutely beautiful.

What's that? Bass pony is best pony? Well, if you say so.

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Well I meant the instrument, but you're pretty badflank so...

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