Post your guitar gear

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Dylan, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. Dylan
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    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    Mar 7, 2008
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    Im 15 and thanks too my Dad owning a guitar shop and a pro audio/keyboards/synths shop my dreams have already come true [​IMG]

    Guitars
    > Fender (Squire) Limited Edition Showmaster
    > Gibson 74' Flying V (now restored completely with genuine parts except for the added dimebag signature pickups)
    > Gibson Les Paul Voodoo (now discontinued)

    Amplifiers
    > Marshall DSL 201 combo (modified speaker)
    > Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace head w/ Marshall cabinet

    Pedals/Effects
    > Boss Metal Zone
    > Bad horsie wah pedal (steve vai signature)

    Will post pics later if I remember.
     
  2. acoustic.digital

    acoustic.digital GBAtemp Regular

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    wtf thats what i call lucky my friend : ) when i was 15 the only thing good gear i had was my fender 98' california stratocaster : ) and i saved my arse off for that hehe [​IMG]

    unfortunately i had to sell almost my whole gear due to my immigration progress. i immigrated to australia
    because i couldn't advance in my career as a musician in germany.

    in germany:

    fender 98' strat
    squier telecaster (modified, the only original part is the body)
    martin john mayer sig model
    some marshall 80w amp (it was something with 880 : )
    some pedal (dunlop wah, boss tuner, boss chorus from 86', ibanez tubescreamer)

    now:
    squier telecaster
    asthon acoustic guitar for like 200 bucks : (

    i'm saving up for a new strat and a decent acoustic guitar. i really like the australian brand maton, i like those guitars even more than my beloved martin : ) oh yes, i also need an amp : ) but a fender reverb will do : )


    luckily i still got my software (reason 4.0, fl studio 7), so i still can compose and write/record decent music.

    but i'm getting more and more into classical music for games/films. so check it out (link in sig) : D
     
  3. Dylan
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    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    I am lucky. I worked crazy hard at the worst job ever (mcdonalds) to pay for the restoration of the V and for the entire Les Paul. But heres what my dad has lol.

    Dad:

    > Paul Reed Smith - Modern Eagle
    > Paul Reed Smith - Custom 22
    > Fender Strat
    > Fender Strat (not sure about Fender models but they are definitely not standards i.e. deluxe or whatever)
    > Some dobro thing lol
    > Collings acoustic
    > Fender Supersonic amp
    > a bunch of keyboards and other things

    My Brother

    > Tama superstar limited edition (corny name but punishing drum kit trust me)
    > Gibralter Double Kicks
    > Some expensive electric drumkit (so much fun)

    We also have a soundproof room in our house. Musical family you might say lol.
     
  4. acoustic.digital

    acoustic.digital GBAtemp Regular

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    Oo a family like i always wanted one hehe. i'm the only artist/musician in our family duh.
    the prs guitars are damn sweet, but they don't suit me. i'm just so much of a fenderboy : )

    i worked at hungry jacks and dhl ust to pay my guitar off, so i think we're sorta even in this point hehe.
    how long have u been playing?
     
  5. Dylan
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    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    almost 6 years I think.
     
  6. tinymonkeyt

    tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    i play a little guitar (surprisingly its only one of the things i can do)
    what is a guitar (100-300$ i guess) that is suitable for semi-beginners?
    im not like a rockout guitar
    but more like chords and stuff
     
  7. Dylan
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    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    Mar 7, 2008
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    If you wanna start off on electric then get a squire strat starter pack. you get a very basic guitar and a small amp and a strap and picks etc. Everything you need to kinda get used to the idea of it all.
     
  8. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity

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    Out of the corner of your eye
    Is it one of these two?

    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  9. tinymonkeyt

    tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    uhhh..nope
    dont have any consoles for guitar hero anyway
     
  10. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity

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    Out of the corner of your eye
    *sigh*
     
  11. Dylan
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    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    you will soon *guitar hero DS*
     
  12. tinymonkeyt

    tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    bwahahaha
     
  13. fischju

    fischju Rehabilitated Jaywalker

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    Jan 11, 2008
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    I live close to Woodwind and Brasswind (huge store!) and picked up a $180 cheap Fullerton bass + amp. Sucks, a lot, but good for learning.
     
  14. Harpuia

    Harpuia GBAtemp Fan

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    My House
    I know what you mean [​IMG]
     
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