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[GEAR] Finally, got my dream: 1967 Gibson ES-330
After years of lurking, I've finally made a reddit account to announce the arrival of my little bundle of joy. http://imgur.com/gallery/1CguQ/new I'd been looking for an ES-330 or a vintage Epiphone Casino for a long time, but I was always leaning to the Gibson. It's my first Gibson, my first vintage, and my first online purchase. It's got a few dings of course, but I think it's got that well loved look and feel. The fretwork is great and the neck straight. The two Gibson p-90s are the best sounding pickups I've ever played. They can be rolled down for a smooth blues or cranked for a bite that leaves a mark. I'm playing it through a Vox AC-15 and can't get the volume passed 3 without complaints. I'm sorry if I am bragging, but I am in love. I've enjoyed looking at everyone's gear, so I hope that you'll like mine, too. But I also need your help. As you can tell, I've taken off almost all the hardware. I noticed a big problem when I tuned up the first time. I noticed today that when the strings were at tension, the Kluson tuning pegs started lifting off from their screws. So, I took the strings off and it seems that some special individual at some point put Grovers on. This has caused two major problems that I don't know if I am smart enough to solve. First, the screw holes are stripped and the screws don't bite in anymore. Second, the peg holes have been routed slightly larger for the Grovers, and the Kluson pegs are secured with cardboard. I am mostly concerned with playability as I'm not going to sell it, but I would also like to keep it as original as possible. Any help that anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated. Also, this is my first Bigsby, and even though I had to take the strings back off, I really cocked up the restringing. Maybe some of you Bigsby experts can help me. I yelled at it, I called it a son of a bitch, but nothing worked. I've tried nothing, and I'm all out of ideas. Thanks for looking, feel free to ask me anything, I look forward to any comments. Once I get everything back together I'll upload some more pictures and get a soundcloud recording up.
My wife got this for me for our anniversary and I must say that it has the best looking top and back I have ever personally seen on an Epiphone. Setup was perfect after switching out to some elixer .09s. I also like the look of the removed pick gaurd. We watch guitar of the day together which is why she also got me the "All eq's at noon and a little bit of reverb" shirt. Pics in link below: http://imgur.com/a/bkpSl
Epiphone Casino completely factory unfinished. - Help me choose options.
I've acquired a completely unfinished (no drilled holes and never finished) Epiphone Casino. (Most likely the Inspired by John Lennon model 2000s or John Lennon USA) I've narrowed down some options for finishing. I'm a huge Beatles and Oasis fan and overall just jangle and britpop, mod shit yadada. A. Make it like John Lennon's 1965 model stock as it appeared in April-May 1966 ala "Paperback Writer" and "Rain" music videos. B. Make it like the same one but natural with gold grovers and same spec. C. Pelham Blue with white pickguard and a Bigsby and or Frequensator done to stock 1960s spec. Like this Or feel free to discuss other options and ideas. There's more options and I'm a huge guitar traditionalist and I love the good old fashioned vintage gear. But I'm curious to what everyone is thinking here. I'll provide more pics if anyone would love to see it. Casino
OBSESSED with EQD Westwood, looking for similar pedals and complimentary pedals
I'm not new to playing guitar but until 6 months ago I just plugged directly into my Marshall or Orange and that was the extent of modifying my sound. I've since become obsessed with pedals and have sank a few grand into them since this summer. Of all the pedals I've bought, in terms of overdrives, the EQD Westwood has blown my mind. It's seemingly the perfect overdrive for my desires. But perfect is relative, so I wanted to ask if anyone felt there were better versions of something along this line? I know some people lump Westwood in as a Klon clone but my ears don't hear it. Both are advertised as "transparent overdrive" and while that is a fitting description, the two pedals seem to occupy different spaces. So with that said, what do you feel may best the Westwood? After going nuts over YouTube demos, I think the Foxcatcher by Coppersounds may give the Westwood a run for its money, as well as the Morning Glory by JHS. Next question: what is a good complimentary overdrive pedal to have after the Westwood (or before? - I'm new to pedals so knowing how to arrange pedals in the correct order is still something I'm learning). I have 1981 DRV (rat clone), Ibanez TS 9, OneSound Strawberry Red Overdrive, and a few others that didn't work for me and need to be listed on Reverb. Looking for a nice vintage-y post punk sound, anything from Chameleons to Interpol. I play an Epiphone Casino as well as a couple Gretsch's. I use a Draume and Afterneath for reverb/effects after the Westwood, with my pedal chain starting with Boss tuner, JHS Pulp n Peel compressor and Boss EQ. BONUS QUESTION About my Boss tuner, it works fine on battery power, but as soon as I plug in the power (9v from my Voodoo 2 Pedal Power) it doesn't work. Is 9v not the right power source to power a Boss tuner? I see the Boss Tuner is also the only pedal I own to have a 2nd power jack (output). No other pedal I own has that, just one single 9v power input. Do I need to use the power-out for the pedal that comes next in order to get the Boss Tuner to function properly? As of now I can only get it to work with battery power. Thanks for helping a clueless newbie out!
[QUESTION] What's the best semiacoustic guitar model to play blues and jazz?
I already posted this question on guitarquestions and thought I could also ask here. I'm searching a semiacoustic guitar, and I would appreciate some advice. I was looking for something with these characteristics but I'm not sure if there is a product with them all -semihollow (obv) -possibly, F holes and not C or other types of holes -a body that is relatively thin and small (but that doesn't sacrife the typical sound of the guitar.) -a small neck with "short" radius, -no bigsby, an hardtail bridge would be perfect -no Gretsch -on a budget of 600 euros (if it's a little more it's fine, just not a 3999 euros high end guitar) I need a guitar that is comfortable to play, i don't have a preference over a specific sound. Thank everybody in advance! Update: this community is amazing, I was seeking advice and I got it in almost a matter of minutes
[QUESTION] Need help identifying my dad's vintage guitar (pictures and info. in post body)
Greetings guitar friends - my dad has this vintage guitar I'd like help identifying. His parents bought it for him back around 1967 or so. It has the word "Casino" printed on the head (it's faded so you can't really see it in the picture) and a serial number (presumably) on the back of the head. As a solid-body guitar it obviously doesn't seem to be an Epiphone Casino, so I'm at a loss. It also is smaller than your typical guitar. Please let me know if there's anything additional info. that'd be useful, and thanks a bunch! Pics: https://imgur.com/a/vB5yYT0
Okay, I played a G2622 Streamliner today and I loved it. So I'm asking the community for opinions on long term, etc. I honestly could go either way, I REALLY like both. Unfortunately buying both isn't exactly an option.
[DISCUSSION] What does your collection and/or wishlist look like? What should every guitarist have in their collection/wishlist?
I don't know if I'll ever be able to tick all of these off, but right now my wishlist is basically broken down into two parts; realistic, short-medium term guitar goals and a whole bunch of "in-the-event-of-financial-windfalls" dream/"fuck it let's go crazy" purchases. I'm not too interested in collecting a bunch of Strats just because they're really vintage; I want just about every guitar I buy in my life to serve its own unique purpose and have its own personality. But first, my collection;
Cort M600, sunburst, currently tuned to C standard. Pretty good for Kyuss, QOTSA and stoner rock in general (it even looks similar to Josh Homme's iconic Ovation Ultra GP). Not sure how it'd go for standard tuning songs cos I downtuned it the instant I got it and never tuned it back up. Haven't properly played it in several months due to both my main amp and a backup practice amp carking it (I plan on getting a Boss Katana 50 to go with the Squier Strat).
Yamaha F130. Needs to be restrung, but I'm too poor to buy strings and every time I try to restring it by following a guide I end up breaking the replacements so it sits unused in my room.
Yamaha C40. Currently my main guitar while my other two are out of action. Solid classical guitar, can't say much else about it.
Now, onto the wishlist. Part A:
Squier Vintage Modified 70s Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul 100
Squier Affinity Jazz Bass (or equivalent/better)
SquieFender Telecaster in butterscotch blonde or sunburst
SquieFender Jazzmaster in sea foam/surf green or red
SquieFender Jaguar in tri-colour sunburst
SquieFender Mustang in vintage white with tortoiseshell pickguard
Fender Jazz Bass (to replace the Squier, depending on how I like Jazz basses)
Rickenbacker 330/335 in black (fat chance)
Hofner 500/1 Bass Guitar (AKA the Beatles Bass Guitar)
Something from Ibanez for dat classic Superstrat metal shredding tone
Yamaha Revstar in yellow
Twelve string acoustic/electric guitar
Martin/Maton/Cole Clark acoustic which will eventually replace my Yamaha F130
Thin acoustic guitar for easy travelling (e.g, Guild Songbird)
I played a Gretsch for the first time a couple months ago, can't remember what it was but it was bright red, lightweight and felt awesome to play so once I find out what it was I'll add it to the list
Parlor acoustic guitar
Microtonal guitar, because why not it's not like this list is crazy long enough as it is
TL;DR: Post your collections and wishlists. Give feedback and make suggestions for additional gear other users may want to consider adding to their collection/wishlist.
So I have an old hollowbody and I need to fix some issues. The bottom switch is a 3 way pickup selector and doesn't work. I have no idea what the top switch is. The top switch mutes the signal in the middle position, but I cant tell what it does in either the up or down position. Does anyone have any information on what it does and or have a wiring diagram I could use to fix it? If not, would wiring it similar to an Epiphone Casino work? Or does anyone have any ideas what I could use the switch for?
[GEAR] Epiphone Casino Coupe Bigsby/Satin Finish Modification
http://imgur.com/a/wcgWQ I recently impulse bought a Bigsby B7 for my Casino Coupe, and while installing it I decided to take the gloss finish down to a more satin feel, as I'm not really a fan of the candy-like polyurethane finish that comes from the factory. The process was very simple, and I'd done it before to an Epiphone SG. After removing all hardware, I used a mesh attachment to an orbital sander (you can do it by hand with a scouring pad, but the random nature of the sander's movements reduces the swirl pattern and makes polishing easier) and made sure to get a good, even coverage to reduce any shiny spots. After roughly 2-3 hours of this, I used T-Cut automotive scratch remover on a lint free cloth to bring the guitar back to the level of shine that I desired. The neck feels silk to the touch, and I think the satin gives it a nice vintage vibe that I'd have never achieved with play-wear alone on that plastic finish. The Bigsby installation was very simple, once I'd lined it up with some string to make sure it was centre, I only had to drill a few pilot holes to mount it. Restrung it with some D'addario flatwound 11s (thought I'd try something new and heard that heavier strings reduce the tuning stability issues a Bigsby can have - I usually use half-round 10s) and I love it. It's like getting a new guitar! Eventually, I'll upgrade the electronics, and add vintage tulip style tuners to it. I may have to add a roller bridge too, but for now, I'm happy!
[GEAR] Finally got the whole family together! Album inside
I've been piecing it together for a couple years now, this serves me for semi-pro solo and ensemble work. http://imgur.com/a/VSsh4 Individual details (for those interested), left to right: Grace is a 1996 G&L ASAT Classic, purchased used this past winter and subsequently modified. I was in the market for a Tele with a rosewood neck and looking at my options between a used US and a used MIM and getting a new neck (looking at Fender, cause I really wanted the authentic Telecaster logo), and the day I decided on my price range, she came into my GC. Put her on layaway immediately. Modifications: Fender Texas Special neck pickup, Hipshot B-Bender "standard" tailpiece Andy is a no-name Vietnamese luthier's F-style mandolin. Bought off Craigslist, the guy couldn't remember any details. When I got it, it needed a fret job, so the tech at my local GC took care of it and it plays like a dream. Also installed a K&K Twin Spot external pickup (highly recommended, sounds great, just quiet) Rosaline is the newest addition to the family, a 2015 Gibson J-15 purchased new from my local GC. A new offering from them (started in 2014), spruce top, walnut back and sides as well as fingerboard - all American woods. Hasn't needed a thing done to her since she came home with me. Jasmine is a 2010 Fender Blacktop Jaguar and the one that has been with me the longest in here (3 years now). My former go-to, she's now my backup for when there's too much single-coil hum. Modifications: Fender Twin Head pickups, Fender locking tuners. Ella is a 2006 Epiphone Casino (made in Korea!) that I purchased this past fall off Craigslist. Sat in a guy's basement for 8 years after buying new from MF.com. I liberated her and use her primarily as my jazz box, so I had to name her after the First Lady of Song. The amp is a Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue (mid-2000s, I think) bought used off ebay. Refinished it with an amber shellac to give it a little more vintage vibe and protect it from some of the cracks and stains it was already starting to collect. Pedals: Radial Tonebone Dragster (variable buffer) > TC Electronic Polytune > Vox V847 wah (modded for true bypass) > VFE Blues King OD > Joyo Ultimate Drive (repainted) > Ibanez CS-9 chorus > MXR EVH Phase 90 > VFE Old School tremolo > Dunlop GCB-80 volume pedal > MXR Micro Amp > MXR Carbon Copy Now back to practicing!
After a year (and 2 months) here's all the [GEAR] I've amassed
http://imgur.com/a/xemZX I started playing on Christmas of 2014 and I've been loving playing ever since. I love the friends I've made, my band I'm in, and this amazing community I've had the honor of being a part of, now, on to the gear. Guitars: Squieparts Strat- The one that started it all, my sunburst Strat. I added a new Mighty Mite loaded pickguard and a set of GraphTech saddles. I love this thing and will keep it until the day I die. Lyon Strat- My cousin's old guitar that he gave me, it's the one with the stickers. I painted the pickguard and added a Hot Rail in the bridge. It's reliable, and it's just fun to have around. Squier J Mascis Jazzmaster- I just got it today. Holy. Shit. I'm in love. I play Shoegaze/Dream Pop/Noise Rock and the Strat did well but it was missing something that the Jazzmaster filled and more, it's pretty much the perfect guitar. Amp: Orange Micro Dark- I love this little thing. I got it on Christmas of 2015 with the ShmVerb. I know it's a high gain amp, but it's got such a pretty clean tone. For the price it's hard to beat Pedals: Boss DS-1 - I know the pedals circle jerk is it's a beginner pedal but it's a great pedal for $40, I wish it was fuzzier, but it does the job well. Mooer ShimVerb- This is a great little pedal. It has three types of reverb and they're all great, I always have it on. I don't think it will leave my pedal board. EHX Nano Clone- I just got this pedal at my local guitar shop for $35 and it was pretty cool pedal. Kind of has a phase sound but it's a good pedal. I sold my Danelectro Cool Cat Chorus because it was to big and annoying for the pedal board I'm gonna build. Wants: Squier Vintage Modified Mustang, Epiphone Casino, a bigger Orange cab for gigging, Boss DD-3/6, Big Muff, PolyTune. Thanks for reading! I wish you all luck in your guitar adventure and hope you enjoy it as much as I do. It's given me so many good times that I think I'll die with a pick in my right hand. EDIT: Sound clips JMJM- https://youtu.be/EErOXgL40s4 Strat- https://youtu.be/ePZDEdIbC7Q
Figured folks who work on lots of guitars (and, therefore, see lots of guitars) might be able to help me. I want an Epiphone Casino. Vintage ones break the bank. Recent ones are more affordable and can be had used for even less. So I can make a decision, can someone tell me if the newer ones are decent quality compared to the original (or more generally how they vintage and current ones differ)? Would stock pickups in a newer Casino be OK, or would an upgrade be advisable (and, if so, to what)? Anything else to consider? Thanks in advance.
My rig after a year (and a few months) (x-post r/guitar)
http://imgur.com/a/xemZX I started playing on Christmas of 2014 and I've been loving playing ever since. I love the friends I've made, my band I'm in, and this amazing community I've had the honor of being a part of, now, on to the gear. Guitars: Squieparts Strat- The one that started it all, my sunburst Strat. I added a new Mighty Mite loaded pickguard and a set of GraphTech saddles. I love this thing and will keep it until the day I die. Lyon Strat- My cousin's old guitar that he gave me, it's the one with the stickers. I painted the pickguard and added a Hot Rail in the bridge. It's reliable, and it's just fun to have around. Squier J Mascis Jazzmaster- I just got it today. Holy. Shit. I'm in love. I play Shoegaze/Dream Pop/Noise Rock and the Strat did well but it was missing something that the Jazzmaster filled and more, it's pretty much the perfect guitar. Amp: Orange Micro Dark- I love this little thing. I got it on Christmas of 2015 with the ShmVerb. I know it's a high gain amp, but it's got such a pretty clean tone. For the price it's hard to beat Pedals: Boss DS-1 - I know the pedals circle jerk is it's a beginner pedal but it's a great pedal for $40, I wish it was fuzzier, but it does the job well. Mooer ShimVerb- This is a great little pedal. It has three types of reverb and they're all great, I always have it on. I don't think it will leave my pedal board. EHX Nano Clone- I just got this pedal at my local guitar shop for $35 and it was pretty cool pedal. Kind of has a phase sound but it's a good pedal. I sold my Danelectro Cool Cat Chorus because it was to big and annoying for the pedal board I'm gonna build. Wants: Squier Vintage Modified Mustang, Epiphone Casino, a bigger Orange cab for gigging, Boss DD-3/6, Big Muff, PolyTune. Thanks for reading! I wish you all luck in your guitar adventure and hope you enjoy it as much as I do. It's given me so many good times that I think I'll die with a pick in my right hand.
Hey guys, I recently stumbled upon a basically new Epiphone Elitist Casino body/neck stripped of all of it's hardware for a really dumb low price of $300. I've always wanted one of these so I snatched it up. Not my first rebuild, won't be my last I'm sure. The only part I am having difficulty deciding on/sourcing are the pickups. I have played both an Elitist and one of the LTD John Lennon 1965's and those Gibson USA P90's sounded very cool. I'm not looking for the most aggressive tone of all time, but I also want plenty of mid-range and umph (not necessarily vintage). I can't seem to find a source fo the Gibson USA P90's anywhere. Seems like what I want are the Lollar p90's. But read on... Due to the metric Japanese measurements plus the Epiphone/ES 330's unique cavity and top curvature, nobody seems to sell a direct aftermarket drop in. There is only one pickup set I've found that is drops-in by Kent Armstrong. I can't find a single video or review of them anywhere. Not outrageous price ($120), but too much for the risk imho. I'd never even heard of them until I started looking so I'm apprehensive. The pickups everyone raves about either the Seymore Duncan Antiquities ($230+ for a set) or the Lollar p90's that already have my attention ($230+ for a set). Surprisingly the GFS p90 pops up a lot as being pretty great, for only $70 for the set. p90's are easy and relatively cheap to adjust as you can swap magnets in seconds, so that GFS set is tempting as hell. However none of these are direct drop in replacements. They would require drilling new holes, or shims, or both. Which I am not totally against. As a final third option, several people offer rewinding services on p90's. I could grab a cheap ass set of the china Epiphone imports for $30 direct, and then pay somebody to rewind them properly. Lollar charges $230 for that, so it's basically the cost of a new set that I could then drop-in. I've found another indie guy that will do it for $90, to Lollar's specs. I just don't know if it's a good idea to start from such a crappy base. Anyone have any experience or guidance for me? Thank you! Edit* him to them
I am an anorak. My obsession? All of Noel Gallagher's Guitars. Here's my definitive list.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Heritage Cherry Sunburst. Seen in the Supersonic music video. Low Res Pic
Epiphone '70's Riviera - Main stage guitar in Earl's Court and Live By The Sea, same with Bonehead, outfitted with a stopbar tailpiece. Wine Red. Low Res Pic
Gibson Les Paul Standard - A gift from Johnny Marr. Used frequently in Gigs. Broke when Noel hit a stage-climber with it. Heritage Cherry Sunburst finish. Also played in Familiar To Millions. Picture
Epiphone Sheraton - Vintage Sunburst. '60's model. Used in Knebworth and G-Mex. Picture
Epiphone "Union Jack" Sheraton - Used in Maine Road, and found at the end of the music video of Champagne Supernova. Picture
Gibson Les Paul Custom - Played during Chicago '94. Black Finish. Cream pickguard was eventually adorned with an Oasis sticker.With Oasis Sticker
Gibson Flying V - Seen in the D'You Know What I Mean? music video. Black finish. Picture
Gibson Reverse Firebird - Seen in a promotional picture for the Some Might Say single. Vintage Sunburst Finish. Picture
Gibson ES-355 - Noel's main stage guitar since 1997. Played in all gigs after F2M. '60's Model with Varitone Switch and Bigsby Vibrato Tailpiece. Cherry Finish. Noel also has a Black finished one with no vibrato seen at the NGHFB gig at V Festival. RedBlack
Gibson ES-345 - Noel's other main guitar. Used in the current gigs with HFB. Comes with a Trapeze tailpiece (later a stopbar) and varitone.Picture
Rickenbacker 330 - Used in Don't Go Away and SOTSOG-era gigs. Very short-lived use of this guitar. Mapleglo and White finish. White
Fender Telecaster - Has 3 Telecasters. One in a Pink Paisley finish used at F2M, one with a chocolate brown finish, and one in cream white. Pink
Gibson Les Paul Silver Florentine - a Gibson Les Paul with F-Holes. Silver. Played during the SOTSOG-HC-era Gigs. Picture
Epiphone Supernova - a very cosmetic Riviera. Adorned with either a Pelham Blue, Ebony, or Union Jack finish. No evidence of it ever being played live, but Noel has kept the Union Jack finish in his studio. Picture
Gibson Trini Lopez 335 - Gibson ES-335 with a Firebird headstock and diamond holes. Played in the Live in the USA 2005 Gig and in the promotional picture for "Lyla". Picture
Gibson SG Standard - Seen in the NGHFB documentary, bought in Japan, may be heard on the new album.Picture
Epiphone Casino - No evidence of being played live, seen in the Music Video for Sunday Morning Call. Picture
Epiphone EJ-200 - The Definitely Maybe guitar. Used in '94-'95 gigs. Picture
Takamine - He has many models, the most common one, being the brown finished one with the cutaway. Used in '94-'95 gigs and TV performances. Picture
Guild 12-String - Played Sad Song during the Live By The Sea gig. Picture
Gibson J-200 - He was seen playing a Natural finish one in an MTV performance in 1995. He then moved on to use a Vintage Sunburst one, seen in Little By Little, this went on to be his main acoustic guitar until 2011/2012, somewhere along the way it got adorned with an Adidas originals sticker. Picture
4b. Gibson Western Pre-War J-200 - this is the J-200 people see that does not adorn the Crown Inlay at the headstock and does not have the graphic flower pickguard and sports a four-ribbon bridge. Noel can be seen using this at the Le Cabaret Sauvage gig with Gem. Picture
Martin D-28 - Main acoustic guitar for the latter part of the NGHFB tour. Natural. Picture
Epiphone Frontier - Late 60's Model played once live in the Jools Holland Gig in 2000, playing Where Did It All Go Wrong. Picture
Gibson J-45 - Seen in Sunday Morning Call. Picture
Gibson Hummingbird - Seen being played by Liam in Songbird. Played in a Live performance of Sunday Morning Call. Liam playing
There it is, sorry I couldn't provided the pictures. others are low-res because screens from Music Videos or Gigs.
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