Not too bad for the money
looks great like a PRS
and easy to play just needs pickups
Price: $175.00 (new)
Where Obtained: sams club
6 string, dual humbuckers, 1 volume/1 tone knobs none, locking tuners. double cut away, narrow neck, string thru body
Very easy to play, no fret buzz, plays better than any other guitar i have played in that price range
Ok for rock rythym.
needs upgraded pickups
poor quality (feed back and hum is a regular thing)
This is the first guitar I ever owned so I really have nothing to gauge it with. the only problem with this giutar is the selector for the swicth that makes the guitar sound acoustic not the 3 nobes but the swicth has a short in it in certain positions.
Where Obtained: pawn shop
22 fret 6 string
1 vol. & 2 tone nobe, 1 switch I guess 4 acuostic sound
3 pickups 2'' apart w/ last at slit diagonal
My first electric guitar, considering i bought sight unseen it's not bad, but if it were stolen i'd upgrade
Price: $170.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Music123
Maple neck, rosewood fretboard w/ 24 frets. 1 volume and 1 tone control. Strat style body, and strat style bridge. S/S/H electronics
I can get really low action, neck is great, no major flaws. I can do dive bombs and it actually stays in tune
This thing is stock and is great at high gain settings, but the clean sound isn't very good(givin my amp is better for distortion and the like)
The jack is terrible it cant lock on to the cable and i tried to adjust it but it(the nut) was like welded or something so i just bent it instead. And the tone knob falls off not easily but you can just pull it right off, strap locks are good
Well, this guitar was my first and it was a gift.
a straight neck, lol. that and new tuners, thats about it tho.
the tone and the weight. the crooked neck :P.
its an awesome guitar
Where Obtained: a friend
21 frets/6 string
3 knobs:1 volume 2 tone
Whammy bar(fender strat type bridge)
I used a little Fender Frontman and a Digitech RP100.
this guitar works really well for blues and actually has a pretty fat tone for a single coil guitar(the body is really heavy, almost like a LP).
i used to play a lot of creed and Project 86 stuff on it and it sounded great.
it has a very clear snappy tone that is as i said b4 pretty full for a single coil guitar.
the sound rocks. im considering replacing the neck with one that has a rosewood fretboard and getting a Duncan Scorcher for Strats put into the bridge position.
no, its actually really quiet considering i dropped it the way i did.
right now its probably a better stage guitar becasue when you put it into the postion u like it in when you have the strap on, it stays put cuz of the body weight.
Right now, not good cuz the electronics are original and the thing is older then i am :D.
not often at all, in fact the only adjustments i ever needed to make were when i started laying with string gauges.
yes everything is holding up great. like i said everything except the tuning machines are original so its holding up very well
climate changes dont really affect it except the tuning may fall out a little