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post #301 of 642
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Originally Posted by kingkevo25 View Post
Still making 'em!
where can you get them?
post #302 of 642
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Originally Posted by feh1325 View Post
where can you get them?
Got mine from here:
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They ship/sell internationally, just contact them over email.
post #303 of 642
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Originally Posted by kingkevo25 View Post
Got mine from here:
ƒGƒŒƒLƒMƒ^[/Fender JapanyƒCƒVƒoƒVŠyŠí WEB SHOPz ŠyŠí’Ê”Ìê–å“X
They ship/sell internationally, just contact them over email.
awesome
thanks, mate!
post #304 of 642
Just got an old school Marlin Sidewinder Bass guitar off ebay for £21.99, score
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Anyone used a Weber MiniMass? I'm thinking about getting one for my Valve Junior. 5W doesn't seem like much but it's still way too loud to play in an apartment and expect tube clipping.
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anybody have any opinions on the fender mustang?>? my cousin might sell it to me.
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Anyone used a Weber MiniMass? I'm thinking about getting one for my Valve Junior. 5W doesn't seem like much but it's still way too loud to play in an apartment and expect tube clipping.
If you do get one, tell me how it is. I know exactly how loud the valve junior is in my bedroom - definitely could use an attenuator.
post #308 of 642
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If you do get one, tell me how it is. I know exactly how loud the valve junior is in my bedroom - definitely could use an attenuator.
I actually placed an order for the 25W MiniMass w/ headphone jack last week. I will definitely post on here when I receive it and get a chance to mess around with it!
post #309 of 642
Well, I got my MiniMass the other day. It does a great job of attenuating the power and I can turn my amp way up to get some nice overdriven tones. On the negative side, my amp doesn't have an EQ and even though the MiniMass has a treble boost, it's not adequate. When highly attenuated my amp sounds too dark. Oh well, time to invest in a true bypass EQ pedal, my Boss GE-7 was pretty bad.
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Do you guys have any recommendations for a warm, resonant sounding acoustic guitar under $1500? Something good for rhythm work and beatles/folk-influenced songs?

I'm going to start saving up for a guitar after I finish buying my audio rig, so I'm curious to hear the opinion of some head-fi members
post #311 of 642
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Originally Posted by jawang View Post
Do you guys have any recommendations for a warm, resonant sounding acoustic guitar under $1500? Something good for rhythm work and beatles/folk-influenced songs?

I'm going to start saving up for a guitar after I finish buying my audio rig, so I'm curious to hear the opinion of some head-fi members

Only you can decide whether sounds what you want it to be (in bolded text). Even guitar strings can change the sound of a guitar. What we can do however would be recommending you companies which make quality acoustic guitars.

Taylor
Maton
Cole Clark
Martin
Rainsong
post #312 of 642
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Originally Posted by ZephyrSapphire View Post
Only you can decide whether sounds what you want it to be <snip>
x2

Just go to a shop and try 30 or more guitars. It's really the only way to get what you want.
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My Martin 175th Anniversary America's Guitar, no. 25/175. It has Madagascar sides and bottom, Adirondack top and Koa binding. I love how it feels and sounds. It even smells sweet. I am now an official sound-hole sniffer

Photobucket Martin Album

post #314 of 642
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Originally Posted by ZephyrSapphire View Post
Only you can decide whether sounds what you want it to be (in bolded text). Even guitar strings can change the sound of a guitar. What we can do however would be recommending you companies which make quality acoustic guitars.

Taylor
Maton
Cole Clark
Martin
Rainsong
x2. The guage of strings you use and the action will all affect the sound. New strings also sound brighter and will mellow as they get used. Stores normally dont have good strings on the guitars so they dont always sound their best when you try them out.

Other good acoustic guitar brands to consider are Guild, L'arrivee, Seagull and Takamine.

I have played quite a lot on a friends entry level Taylor and have been very impressed with the comfortable neck and the sound projection and sustain. A very nice guitar for the price.
post #315 of 642
Sweet guitar, nor_spoon!

My father's Martin (I don't know what model it is) is very warm and projects very well. Every time I play it I am blown away.
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