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Old 08-08-2013, 08:50 AM   #1
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This deserves more views! Wish I could play like that. 2 years of playing and in nowhere near that lol. What guitars do you guys play?!
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Ive got 5 guitars. Been playing for 4 years since i was 12.
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Nice sg. And nice flying v!
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Nice sg. And nice flying v!
Thanks. I got the SG from the rock shop. And the flying V for only 285 at the pawn shop. Those green strings that are on the sg in the pic are are crap. I put some super slinkys on it and it plays like it is brand new. The flying v is more tricky when changing strings because of the floyd rose.
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Nice. All I have now is a BC Rich Warlock. My first legit guitar. I had a cheesy first act but never played it.
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Nice. All I have now is a BC Rich Warlock. My first legit guitar. I had a cheesy first act but never played it.
My friend had a warlock. I didnt like the way it played. Hell my first guitar ever (the blue squier) played better then that. Im saving up for this baby
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Old 08-08-2013, 10:11 AM   #7
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My friend had a warlock. I didnt like the way it played. Hell my first guitar ever (the blue squier) played better then that. Im saving up for this baby
My dream amp!! Lol love the Marshall stacks. Currently have a Line 6 Spider IV :/
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My dream amp!! Lol love the Marshall stacks. Currently have a Line 6 Spider IV :/
lol I just want the head in general. it has 4 different channels. go to marshallamps.com go under products and look up MF350. 350 watt. I'm not sure if its solid state or tube. I think its solid-state.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:06 PM   #9
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Been playing for over a decade now. Currently play a Fender Strat.
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Taught my self to play a couple years ago around 13. Now I'm 16 and still play. I do t play as often having more things happening now like football but I play whenever I get the chance.
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Taught my self to play a couple years ago around 13. Now I'm 16 and still play. I do t play as often having more things happening now like football but I play whenever I get the chance.
Same thing here. Not very Much time to play, but when I do have time, I Pick up my guitar!
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I have plate since I was 12 too lol. In high school, i played at all of our football games and our basketball games. That was always awesome.

I have a few.

ESP-F200 Floyd rose tremolo

My little Epiphone lespaul (slash American pickups) plays and sound soooo amazing.

2 takamine acoustic electrics. (1 g series thin body and 1 f series standard. Both cutaway)

1 jumbo Yamaha acoustic electric

Marshall acoustic amp

Crate half stack 120 watt

Digitech rp355 effects processor

That and more and more and more lol. I played in 2 bands over 12 years. It's one of those things that u get out of it what u put in it. We are never as good as we wanna be or we would all be famous. There is never enough time to practice. I don't know where I would be without it.
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Used to/kind of. I taught myself from playing with others. Got in a band and got kicked out from HS drama. Stopped playing and picked it back up a little in college. Got my dream guitar. A gold top PRS then traced for a shector diamond series ( awesome guitar) but I stopped playing so I sold it to my brother whom is better than me to keep it in the family.

When I get the urge I play my Martin as I like playing simple licks on the acoustic

I have thoughts of starting over and learning what I am playing as I play by ear. So then I can learn keys etc.
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I have yet to be in a band lol
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Always thought it'd be fun to play, just never took time to learn...how long does it usually take to become decent at it?
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To be decent varies. Depending on how much time you dedicate to practice. Took me about two or three months to be the slightest bit of decent lol.
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Warren Haynes is the man!!


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He puts so much passion in his music. Love it!
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Always thought it'd be fun to play, just never took time to learn...how long does it usually take to become decent at it?
In a matter of months u could be good. It just all depends on how fast u learn and how much time u practice.
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This is one of my all-time favorites.


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I've been playing for a few years now. I grew up playing the drums and then I picked the guitar.
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