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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by BurtonCCC, May 1, 2006.

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    BurtonCCC

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    I'm currently selling my old stuff to do some quite costly upgrades, so sorry, but I don't have much to start us off with...

    Let's see all you got, if you can fit everything in one picture, electrics, acoustics, amps, pedals, etc., that'd be awesome and make it easier for everybody to look at.

    Daniel.
     
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    calebjohnston

    #2
    I'll make my contribution to this in a week or so after I get home from school. I only have my fender and a practice amp here at school.
     
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    GoCubsGo

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    I'll be posting pics soon. It's all modest, but oh well!
     
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    muffinman

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    I know this is slightly offtopic, but is there a way to make an acoustic-electric guitar play electric guitar? I'm pretty sure I have seen this somewhere, I think it was at some concert. The acoustic-electric guitar was plugged into some foot pedal/mixer thing on the ground which then plugged into the amp. If anybody could tell me how to do it, and what equipment to use, I would be very glad.
     
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    CanadaRAM

    #5
    This would probably rate starting your own thread, Muffinman (Do I know you?) You'll get better answers and it won't hijack this one.
     
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    BurtonCCC

    #6
    Well... there are pedals that make electrics sound like acoustics... but acoustics sound like electrics? Unlikely, but you never know.

    I personally like the sound of an acoustic guitar with distortion, but even if it sounds good and the crowd knows it, I can tell they're thinking, "Who does this guy think he is?"

    Daniel.
     
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    neocell

    #7
    GarageBand, nuff said
     
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    #8
    I'm a bassist, but I actually have photos!
    Basses:
    [​IMG]

    Amp (which goes into a 4x10 cab):
    [​IMG]

    Effects:
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    Here is some of my gear
     

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    Shamus

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    Man, you guys have some nice guitars. :)

    I have only recently started learning guitar, on a Yamaha g225A. Sorry, I dont have a camera at the moment, so I cant take pics.
     
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    In all honesty, on the off occasion I do that, I jsut run it through a bounch of stomp boxes, or some kind of premade pedalboard(Digitech, Boss, whatever floats your boat). If you mess with it enough, you can get some tight sounds!!!
     
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    quicksilver77

    #12
    Just my 2 guitars. I don't play teh electric too often. I am not that great and can't read music I just play by ear. I do love my yammie acoustic though.
     

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    Here's the guitar room:

    [​IMG]
     
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    xsedrinam

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    Warning: The ol’ man’s posting for his son (lead guitarist and vocalist) for his band. The pics aren’t that good, but it’s them in action and shows some of their set up. I don’t know what else they have, but my son’s basic set up is:

    Guitars: Fender Stratocaster Electric, Ovation Celebrity Sunburst (Acoustical/Electric), Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/Zakk Wylde EVG Pickups

    Amp: Marshall G3ORCD – MG Series

    Pedals: Line 6 Pod 2.0 w/FB4 Footswitch, Zakk Wylde Overdrive, Cry Babies, Morely Volumn Pedal
     

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    BurtonCCC

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    I'm picking up my '59 Bassman LTD tomorrow. I'm so pumped.

    Laquered tweed = heaven.

    Daniel.
     
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    xsedrinam

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    Show us the money. :)
     
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    BurtonCCC

    #18
    Wow. You could look like a total "BAMF" with that thing.

    "This guitar is an expression of my inner turmoil! AHHHHH!"

    Give me a '52 Telecaster any day.

    Daniel.
     
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    Raid

    #19
    Hey another leftie! :) I've got a '90's Fender jap-strat and a yamaha dreadnought acoustic at home. Unfortunately since my move they've been packed up and stored in the spare room, which doesn't provide for much of a photo op. :eek:
     
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    iGary

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    Sweet!

    Very nice.

    I want a music room. :(

    *jealous*
     
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    3rdpath

    #21
    here's mine

    2 stingrays ( w and w/o frets)-formerly owned by Randy Jackson when he played with Journey, a '91 washburn ab-20 , an '85 fretless fender pj and a '72 tele deluxe.
     

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    :p It weighs a bit. The hardest part is getting used to holding it. Let's just say it gets looks when in public...
     
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    BurtonCCC

    #23
    I'm going to go pick up my '59 Bassman right now! I'm so excited. The trick is going to be getting the amp, the ATA flight case, and the original cardboard amp box into the little girly Eclipse I'm borrowing from my friend Jess. Wish me luck. I'll put up pictures tonight! I don't even have my electric guitar at school though. Bummer. I'll bust the Taylor through it though. :cool:

    Daniel.
     
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    BurtonCCC

    #24
    I adore the Tele Deluxe, I decided to go with the Vintage '52 RI though... the Tele Deluxe will be the next guitar though.

    Daniel.
     
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    floyde

    #25
    I don't have a camera with me, but here's a collage preview I made from official photos.

    - American Deluxe Strat HSS (just like the one on the pic, except mine is maple and it has a humbucker on the bridge)
    - '65 Twin reissue amp
    - Boss GT-6
    - Korg Triton LE 88 keys (nothing to do with guitars but I love it :cool: )
     

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