Discussion in 'Guitar' started by thefallout2904, Jul 20, 2002.
I Have some kinda Black Johnson that barely anybodys heard of but im workin on a new one
all guitars are beautiful
Yeah i guess thats true
I've got an Ibanez 5-string (one's broken) with a broken neck...:thumbsup:
Can't complain though... I just bought it for 20$ - everything else is in nice shape.
But, for the time being, it is my piece of crap guitar.
El Cheepo guitar...
I bought a really cheap, old guitar when I went to England, because I didn't want to lug mine across the country. I think it was called a four Kay or something like that...It was about $40.
When I left I gave it to my cousin...It was craaaaapppy.....
I have in my posession a Charvette (of jackson/charvelle heritage) 80's build date. really cheap model. Has been smashed in concert no less than seven times. Reassembled each time. I have two necks for it both intact (normal and reverse headstock).
The pick ups have been changed a few times (replaced crappy taiwanese pickups with other cheap taiwanese pickups). The electrics are in good condition and the intonation is as good as it is going to get. But still occasionally I get the phone call "need a guitar to smash on stage" and it goes out for $100 (it costs about $5 in glue to fix each time) the hardest part is retrieving the pieces and resetting the neck.
cbeitzel - LOL
Right On! :thumbsup:
i've got a washburn acoustic on which the strings haven't been changed in ages. i tune it down really low so it has a really thick, thumpy sound. beat that
60 dollar Bradley. i think i got it fixed once and the guy said it was supposed to be an "AFFORDABLE" van halen style guitar. What I really want is an nice system of a down guitar.
rrocksxxx - i love your signature!
my guiars black, sparkley, and sounds like it got run over by a turd driving some kind of turd mobile
get a gibson
have a cracked, bent necked crappy Kramer...good thing i have a Les Paul too
60's or early 70's something el-cheapo. "Barclay" is the brand. I named it "Charles".
I think it might be a Teisco. One big loud squealing nasty pickup, two dirty pots, cheap mahoghany neck. The neck was a little out of line so I shimmed it with a couple fat picks! The bridge is a joke...no adjustment. Bought it at Music Go Round for $30 and keep it up north in my hunting shack for a 'beater'....it actually doesn't play too bad, just don't plug it in and turn it up loud...
I don't even know what the heck my old guitar is. Half the headstock has been cut off, the neck's been bent to hell and back, the pickups don't work half the time, and the sound is somewhere between that tv noise and a monkey blowing its nose. beat that. :hit:
American Fender Strat.
i got a gibson copy called a satelite that i bought off a junk sale for £5 and that is a realy bad guitar!!!!
I've got a Samick electric that has a really small body and sounds like shit
1959 Harmony Archtop from Sears...cracked, nut almost worn away...can't play on the 12-13 frets cuz of that...but it's got great character!
I have this mexican peice of crap with nylon strings that woah... it's astounding how bad it is. I think a broken guitar would be better but oh well, it was my first one so I cant complain
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