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  1. THAT TOY DOLLS SONG ROCKS!!!! Haha...I love the band and am always surprised when I bump into anyone who's ever heard of them. Pity too...Olga's an insanely good guitarist! Not a pop song, but....
  2. Don;t think there's cdlc for any of these, and their really should be.
  3. Only 7.1 for me. Do I just not buy much DLC?
  4. If your note recognition is fine, use an ABY splitter, mute the in-game guitar sound and play through your amps.
  5. Well, my gear's changed around a bit this year. Some stuff sold, other stuff bought. Will get a new family portrait at some point soon.
  6. You might want to look into a thinline tele kit. Get a tele body shape that's also a semi-hollow.
  7. I don't really play songs, or even bits of them, when trying out a new guitar. I mostly start off with cowboy chords, move into a I-V-IV 12 bar and change things up from that, depending on what i feel like. It's generally enough for me to tell if I like the guitar enough to keep going with it.
  8. Tuners are simple and cheap to replace. You'd be looking under $70 for a set of quality locking tuners. Just check sizing, and they're pretty much a drop-in replacement.
  9. Have a ticket for the mighty Gloryhammer(yea, fine, Blind Guardian are headlining, but so what) in May. HOOTS!
  10. http://www.incrediblethings.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/wangcaster-penis-guitar-1.jpg
  11. Never say never. When I got my Epi(it's the oldest one in the pic, bought new in 2002), I figured I'd never afford a Gibson either.
  12. Pretty much. Back row l-r: Gibson SG Special, Gibson Les Paul Classic, Ibanez DT-520, Jackson Pro Soloist, Gibson 60's Tribute Les Paul, the 'Les Jim'(kit build bolt-on LP with humbucker-size P90s), Fender MIM Telecaster, the 'Telecrapster'(another kit build, just HBs in) In the front: Epiphone LP standard(pickups swapped out, damned if I remember what's in now), Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster, Ibanez S770, Ibanez SGR200(I think) bass. Missing from the lineup is my MIM Strat, because I haven't finished rewiring it yet.
  13. Here's (most of) the collection. Pedalboard not included. http://i.imgur.com/Fqh8H30.jpg
  14. http://i.imgur.com/lgKOZTN.jpg Pretty poor photo, but the middle one is the new addition. Fender American Deluxe Strat with a rosewood fretboard, in burgundy mist.
  15. Definitely try the Epiphone LP's. The Standard plustop and Traditional Pro are solid, reliable(well, there's the traditional Epiphone cheapo switch issue, but it should be a few years before that becomes an issue). For the price, they're difficult to beat - as long as that's the sound and feel you're going for. EDIT: Also, if you like your Yamaha, have a look at the new Variax Standard. The gubbinz are all Line6, but the body and neck are Yamaha, and they're a pretty good buy - again, if you like the feel and sound.
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