Guitars (more Geek Speak)
Michael "AlIeN dReAm" Blackman
michael_1968 at OZEMAIL.COM.AU
Mon Jul 5 09:34:38 EDT 2004
Yeah that black guitar on out of the shadows is not a Les Paul. Sounds hot
Brand names should not be included in the first 3 reasons for choosing a
guitar if one knows what to look for and listen for in a good guitar.
cheap washburn guitars are ok to be smashed as well as squires. awful
guitars both(the cheapo ones). and I hate cheap junk Ibanez guitars as well
but I've heard some nice Ibanez models.
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Subject: HW: Guitars (more Geek Speak)
> The "Les Paul" that I've seen Huw toting with Hawkwind in recent years is
actually a Guild Bluesbird - can't 'member if it was the one with P90s or
the humbucker version. Definitely a very nice guitar either way, and as
"good" as a Les Paul (for want of a better way of putting it). All power to
Dave & Huw for not going with the standard stuff. Me, I have a thing for
Washburns & DeArmonds.
> If anybody wants a Westone, they've currently got one in the London Bass
Centre right now, and in Andy's on Denmark St. they've got an earlier
version of the Ibanez/Roland thing with active cicuits & synth-pickup.
> The latest version of the Roland guitar synth/hexaphonic pickup is
ludicrously cheap (about £360 for both, or £99 just for the midi pickup ),
so you could get the Westone and kit it out....
> > -----Original Message-----
> > ------------------------------
> > Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2004 22:31:14 EDT
> > From: JLoehr4299 at AOL.COM
> > Subject: Re: HW: Dave Brock's Guitar
> > In a message dated 7/2/2004 6:59:44 PM US Eastern Standard
> > Time, jasret at MINDSPRING.COM writes: (Huw, on the other hand,
> > seems to always be playing a Les Paul Huw also played an
> > ES-137, I think. Like on the 'Black Sword' video.
> > It looks like an LP, but is bigger, is a hollow body with two f-holes.
> > Joe
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