Making your own guitar. Plan to give this a crack one day.
Build Your Own Electric Guitar!
Some nice Fernandes Strats on eBay, particularly like the red one.
Fernandes Revival Strat 1980s Japan - Fender Custom Shop pickups - OHSC | eBay
Fernandes Revival '62 Strat - Exc. Orig. Collector Condition - Hard Shell Case | eBay
School's music department has a red fernandes strat EXACTLY like that one. Easily one of the best they've got. Four hundred... If I had a little more disposable income (read: A JOB) I'd defo look to grab one, useful having a decent axe sitting around, even as a bassist...
Exit pursuing a beerOriginally Posted by Jimmy Neesham
Wow. Lenny Kravitz-meets-Tom Morello-meets-Joes Satriani.
Nice! New pups a must surely?
Don't think much of stock squire pups?
Not so much that as I'd have thought for the style of music you play, actives would be a must. In my view, in a bass, anything other than 70's style James Brown skank would demand actives.
Just won this puppy;
Fernandes Guitar "The Revival" Strat | eBay
Sexy and I got it freaking cheap too. Gold.
I know I must seem like a Fernandes nut these days but this one is a good 'un I reckon.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 23-10-2011 at 03:53 PM.
Fine with passives tbh, playing bass in a two gat noisy rock band means that any extra sparkle or definition brought by actives would just get lost in the mix, not sure what the gain would be. Prefer to keep it simple, at least until I've got cash to experiment a little.
Hah, nice. How big is your collection now?
Yamaha Pacifica Mike Stern Signature
2 x '81-'83 Fernandes Revival Teles
2 x '82-'83 Fernandes Revival Strats
All I need (for now) is a Les Paul or 335-Style guitar. In terms of Japanese guitars, the good ones are far harder to find.
Experimenting with pedal order at the moment, putting the compression at the end of the chain rather than at the beginning is proving to be useful for all except the overdrive pedal. Annoying. Think I need a new OD anyway, the Jekyll and Hyde just isn't cutting it any more.
Oh FFS, **** you Andy Timmons.
Andy Timmons - Headed For The Ditch live - YouTube
The opening riff is ridiculous, most guys I've seen try to play stuff like that are only able to do it with a slap-back delay. Timmons is playing Every. Damn. Note.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 25-10-2011 at 04:32 AM.
It's guys like that which make me think I chose the wrong instrument.
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