Guitar-fi anyone?

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  1. oyobass
    I had a NGD earlier this month. IbbySlice.jpg
    An Ibanez JSM10 John Scofield signature semi-hollow. I have wanted one since the 80s, and just pulled the trigger on this reissue of a 1982 AS200. I had the pickguard and truss rod cover off because I was inspecting the guitar and making adjustments to the truss rod to compensate for the climate difference after shipping.

    I have only played two guitars with similar ease of playability, both from the 70s: a Nippon Gakki (Yamaha) ES175 copy, and an Ibanez Custom Agent.

    I guess this is Chi-Fi Guitar-Fi, since this one is made in China.
     
  2. Redcarmoose
    So much can be said about guitar neck dimensions. It’s a mix of so many factors, neck thickness, shape, how wide the nut is, the radius choice and fret work done at the end. It’s the style of frets and action, if that’s the action we are used to or physically fits us. And.....it goes on and on....string spacing, type of strings.

    And finally finding that mix. It may even be in some guitar we didn’t even expect it to be right in.
     
  3. oyobass
    I like having a bit more room between strings so that I don't accidentally mute open strings I want to ring out.

    I'm pretty sure this would be an end-game guitar if I believed such a thing existed. I subscribe to the X + 1 formula for the perfect number of guitars, where X represents my current number of guitars...

    Edit- Wrong formula, lol.
     
  4. Redcarmoose
    There are tendencies too to have guitars worked on. But the risk is that at times it’s better to leave well enough alone. Lol
     
  5. cathee
    Can anyone help identify this guitar?

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  6. oyobass
    Looks to be a Fender (or Squier) Stratocaster, but I am unsure of the specific model or country of origin.
    Do you know the name of the artist? That might help narrow down the specifics...
     
  7. DLeeWebb Contributor
    Looks like Ben Harper to me...though I cannot confirm that...definitely looks like a Strat to me...
     
  8. ZMG885
    Stunningly beautiful...
     
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  9. Redcarmoose
    8E33BB9B-4ABC-49FA-A734-57963F6A216C.jpeg 35E4F810-06A0-4BE1-A520-F3D61BDBB623.jpeg Martin 00-16DBM
    A very low-key kind of sleeper. She awoke with medium strings and keeps up now.......glad I never sold her.
     
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  10. orangefridge
    Using a Rivera Clubstar + 80's Jazz Chorus. Clean Heaven!
     
  11. mesaboogie
    Mesa Mark V and a homemade 5E3 copy made as head/112 mini stack. Came out super nice.
     
  12. mesaboogie
    4BCBC471-A889-44ED-9C03-D347437C8265.jpeg F1953706-1F8A-4D41-901A-5A6012840CE7.jpeg My homemade circuit board for the 5E3 copy.

    Mojotone headshell.
     
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  13. CZ4A
    My stuff. I'm a rank beginner, so right now I can only play some basic chords and vague-ishly musical sounding squanks!

    Ibanez RGAR42MFMT

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    Sano 16WR

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    Fender Vibro Champ XD

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  14. Ruebezahl
    Had a new guitar day on last saturday:

    Nazangi Stromgitarren - "Lou" Cyfra

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    Nazangi Stromgitarren is a german luthier/custom shop and as a fan of Mosrite style guitars, this thing is cool as fxxx :)
    The pickups are made by myself, the body is made of ash, the neck is made of maple with a maple fretboard. I totally adore this thing!
     
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  15. Redcarmoose
    Amazing!
     
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