GTX 585685

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by GTX

Description It's a S-S-H guitar with strat-like whammy bar. Reversed headstock. 22 fret. 1 vol. 1 tone knob. all pickups with on/off switchs. Used to death. It's Black with blue sparkle, but it has stickers all over it.
Posted By Dustin Richards (8)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 3.0 (of 5)
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On 7/14/2000, Dustin Richards (8) posted:
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Although its been through a lot and it looks horrible, it works really well for me and my stlye of playing. I have never seen a guitar like it any where but if I did I would rebuy it if it was stolen. It could be better with a new humbucker but I like it how it is. I love the tone most of all, but I hate the damn humbucker always falling out of it's hole. I love this guitar.
Price: $200.00
Where Obtained: Friend
It's Korean made. Not a clue what it's made out of. 22 frets, 6 strings. One vol. one tone, 3 pickup switches. S/S/H. Passive. 2 XK-110 singles and 1 XK-120 Humbucker. Double Cutaway. A strat bridge. Locking tuners.
I love ther playability of this guitar. I set my action really low and it works great. The neck is just average. It looks like s---, but sounds a lot better.
Sound Quality:
I use Fender amps and a DOD Grundge Dist. pedal. I play Indie and other kinds of Alternative. It sounds a lot like a Fender Tele with the bridge and neck pickups on, dispite the humbucker. Mostly full sounding but it gets a lot of treble. For the most part it isn't noisy at all, I use the bridge and neck pickups and a hella lot of gain and it's a quiet purr mostly. I use it for stage and studio and it holds up in both.
If this guitar is one thing it's durable. I've yet to adjust it in the 3 years I've had it. Every thing is holding up great, exept for the humbucker that falls out once in a while. This beast holds up in any climate.