The Marshal AS50D is a topper , and well worth trying before scrubbing it off of your list .Might depend on what type of electric guitar you.re going to play , .
Yes I did check ,but no luck or anywhere on the net .
Can anyone help , I,m looking for the chords to Dels Kelly and I met secretly . regards ...
+ on the AS50D , guitar, mic and drum machine used together ,no problem .
Newbie plucker wrote:jerome.oneil wrote:
I propose we turn this into the "jokes about the banjo player" thread.
Hey, whats the difference between a locksmith and a banjo player?
The locksmith gets paid to change keys!
Hey Jerome, Why do you want to turn my thread into a joke thread? Am I missing something here?
Because jokes about banjos are always funny.
I think you,re getting mixed up with acccordian players ,lol.
Same ones you play on the acoustic for a start .
Re: Could use any Acoustic Amp help you folks have !!! (16 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)
Also consider the Marshal AS50D.
Re: Strings - Anyone tried the new Martin "Lifespans"? (21 replies, posted in Acoustic)
Order Elixirs online much cheaper than shop prices. I use Stringbusters.
does anyone know what type of strings would be better for an acoustic guitar as i have asked in a music shop and they said no idea plz help as i need strings thanks you
What kind of music shop were you in ?
Are you using a tuner to make sure it is in concert pitch.
The Line 6 pocket pod is worth trying too , and it has more tones to choose from , only slightly more expensive .
Re: How do I choose the right electric-acoustic guitar? (9 replies, posted in Acoustic)
Try as many as you can in your price range .
My mate has the 100d and it is a superb amp ,heavy too.
So you like your Zager guitar then,.
I play a Custom Balladeer , my favourite guitar.
An" E-bow" would do what you want.
Is this one of your guitars from your other posts ? I think it may be time to re-cycle it .A lot of advice was given their.
A great story and long may he live . Just makes you think what the drug companies are pushing , do they really work and do we really need them. I wonder what his Scottish roots are.
Is it worth going the extra Mile to change over or should I say Kilometre. lol
Real pleased you pulled through Tony , 180 bpm that,s a real foot-tapper . Giving up the weed has been the best thing I have ever done .,and my collection of gear is now quite good too.
I got lucky with my acoustic, a chap I knew wanted to offload his old guitar which a happily bought, after looking around I found it was a Seagull V6 worth a lot more than a paid for it. The sound on it is very good and it is a very versatile guitar, the only down side is that the action is a little too high for me.
Thinking of getting a vintage semi....
I,ve got the VSA575 semi and can recommend them .