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Post #166960462 added 11-11-2023 1:46 PM by jamescwoods in Deal Talk
My intonation is perfect open and at 12th fret but my first fret is waaaay sharp. Maybe the head string groove needs to be deepened? Anyone else experiencing this? Should I return and get another?
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Post #165932713 added 09-21-2023 5:27 AM by mekkon in Deal Talk
Sure - though internet guitar people have all the feelings about amps, so be forewarned! I’d say there are 2.5 main theories on it: Option 1 - for the tech savvy who care about amp sounds: use...
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Post #165927895 added 09-20-2023 7:37 PM by SharpThread8225 in Deal Talk
Guitar just came in... wow am I impressed. I have a crappy low end epiphone I have been messing around on, so I am by no means a pro. Action is TONS better than my epi, fret board dialed in right...
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Post #165908578 added 09-19-2023 5:52 PM by ronder in Deal Talk
True. I had one of these and sold it (for a small profit) These guitars are "Squire" quality. They look great on your wall. Playability is a bit lacking. Very difficult to tune. May be just a...
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Post #165905014 added 09-19-2023 2:28 PM by fritzo in Deal Talk
The Bigsby on these is pretty stable, and you can turn the handle out of the way if you don't want to use it.
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Post #165900232 added 09-19-2023 10:16 AM by frosty374 in Deal Talk
Sweet! Any recs on an amp? Im taking the plunge into electric to add to my acoustic yamaha
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Post #165893668 added 09-18-2023 10:35 PM by gunslingerfry in Deal Talk
If this were 24 frets it would be on its way to my door.
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Post #165891301 added 09-18-2023 7:48 PM by rumata13 in Deal Talk
Now, that is a great beginner guitar! Burst one is also on sale for $250: https://www.adorama.com/gr2816400597.html?emailPrice=t
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Post #165890929 added 09-18-2023 7:20 PM by mekkon in Deal Talk
100% agree. And - even better - the stop tail version of the same is currently on sale for $249 at Adorama. Cheaper, better for a beginner, and looks every bit as cool: ...
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Post #165888760 added 09-18-2023 4:59 PM by Justin1983 in Deal Talk
I have a similar Gretsch from when they were a little pricier and made in Korea and it's one of the best guitars I've ever played. Feels so amazing. Not sure how they are now that they make them...
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Post #165887713 added 09-18-2023 3:54 PM by bogoman in Deal Talk
Is your Gibson a thinlline (i.e., 125T rather than a 125 full body?) If not, I think you'd be looking at a very different kind of critter with the Gretsch. Even if yours is a 125T, the absence of...
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Post #165887245 added 09-18-2023 3:27 PM by JohnnyHot in Deal Talk
If you live in CO, give me a PM and we can arrange it shipped here for pick up 😆! Get it. Put it on your wall. Grab it when you want to jam. Best advice, google some videos. You probably...
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Post #165883024 added 09-18-2023 11:27 AM by doom12 in Deal Talk
I'm assuming this guitar will resonate/sing a little bit due to the smaller size and semi-hollow nature/humbuckers. Anyone with experience care to chime in? I'm looking for a semi-hollow in something...
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Post #165882280 added 09-18-2023 10:53 AM by fritzo in Deal Talk
It's a completely different experience. The neck on the Gretsch is wider and the frets are larger. It's also a flatter neck. The Gretsch also has more acoustic feedback, and it will sound more "full...
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Post #165882121 added 09-18-2023 10:47 AM by bogoman in Deal Talk
I recall reading on some guitar blog that the bearings/bushings differ between the "real" and licensed versions and there's subsequently a different "feel" between them. I can't confirm that...
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Post #165881851 added 09-18-2023 10:36 AM by bogoman in Deal Talk
The 2622 body is sized similar to a Gibson/Epi 335 while the 2655 is sized similar to a Gibson/Epi 339. They are both full size semi-hollow guitars. Also the 2655 has a Bigsby b50 while the 2622...
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Post #165881677 added 09-18-2023 10:29 AM by fewlio in Deal Talk
if using vintage style pickups, I find the gretsch humbucker type to give the clearest clean sound , and the single coils give a more dirty and agressive sound. This is noteworthy because, usually...
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Post #165879829 added 09-18-2023 9:03 AM by rumata13 in Deal Talk
This would have been a good learning guitar if not for Bigsby, which has big impact on tuning, setup and playability. This Bigsby contraption is not something that a beginner player should be dealing...
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Post #165879019 added 09-18-2023 8:20 AM by Beniskickbutt in Deal Talk
From one newbie (who has mostly stopped playing) to another, i found the biggest difference going from my cheapo guitar to a most costly one was kinda the "feel". Of the guitar. I had a fender squire...
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Post #165878731 added 09-18-2023 8:04 AM by fritzo in Deal Talk
The 2655 will be VERY good for learning. It's not a big guitar like the 5000 and 6000 series, and the setup is easy on the fingers. You can also get decent acoustic tones out of it. This would make...
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