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pohatu771

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I feel sorry for professional singers... when they talk about all their gear, it's just microphones.

Over the past few weeks, I've primarily been a singer. Our show opens in two weeks.
I'm Bud Frump in "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying."
 

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Happy New Guitar Day, everyone:



My original Strat, a 2000 Squier, and my brand new 2007 Fender Deluxe Players Strat.

With my lovely Epiphone Valve Junior Half-stack.
 

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i have a Fender Princeton Reverb II, Daddy-o Overdrive pedal
& Basic multi effects & modeling pedal.
Crappy Yamaha acoustic i have been playing since i was 14 (iam 30 now)...

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This is an old thread, and should probably be merged with this one. In the meantime though, check that one out for some discussion.

Consider it merged! ~tl
 
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I play a little guitar... not terribly good, but I love to play. Current I have:

Electric
Gibson Les Paul DC AATop
Ibanez S470
Fender Squire

Acoustic:
CF Martin DCME
Cort Earth 72

Amp:
Fender Delux 90
but im looking into a tube amp

Got some pedals and stuff too...

We play mostly rock, reggae and punk.
 

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yeah i play guitar too..trying to learn fusion style by studying jazz theory..its good to know there are musicians:)
 

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Wow, can't believe I haven't posted in this thread before now!

I primarily play bass guitar, and have played in a number of bands and groups over the years, though I haven't really been playing regularly for the last year or so -- I just haven't had the time.

I own a number of basses, though the only one I play regularly is my Fender Japanese '62 Reissue Precision:

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I've always been a fan of Japanese Fenders, and this one plays like a dream.

I've also got an acoustic guitar, though I don't claim to be a guitar player. It's a Martin 000X1 which I picked up in a sale last year:

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It's not fancy, but plays really well and sounds great.

So, yeah, that's my gear... :)
 

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I'm quite fond of the Martin 000X1.

I'm deciding between buying that or the DX1 at the moment. I played them both the other day, and liked the sound of the DX better, but it may have been a trick, since it was on sale for $364, while the 000 was $499.
 

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I personally prefer the slightly smaller size of a 000 over a dreadnought, but it's all down to preference really. Both the DX1 and the 000X1 are fantastic guitars for the money, so you can't really go wrong -- just pick whichever one feels/sounds better to you.
 

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I like the body of the 000 better... Since I really can't afford another guitar at this point, I'm not in too big of a rush to make a decision...

But I'd hate to, two months from now, decide that I like the DX1 better, and then pay $500 for it when I could have bought it for under $400 this weekend.

I do have a friend who works at Guitar Center, though... maybe he'll hook me up with a deal.
 
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