Guitar Messages by Jesse Fish

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  1. Jesse Fish (651)
    Artists Forum · 112 Hits · 1/27/2004 9:35 PM
    I have a few odd influences as far as rhythm. Tom Morello is a great rhythm player. His use of noises, and his awesome riff making prowess makes me just want to sit and listen all the time. His solos are very inventive too, and he's got the dic...(more)
  2. Jesse Fish (651)
    Artists Forum · 146 Hits · 1/27/2004 9:25 PM
    I'd say that the guy in Jamiroquai is pretty good. Nice, funky, but never overbearing the piano or vocals. The guy in Billy Talent is good. Very interesting approach to punk rhythm playing. just so you know, I'm trying to not talk about the on...(more)
  3. Jesse Fish (651)
    Instructional Forum · 309 Hits · 12/6/2003 10:46 PM
    well..chromatic is usually used. minor 3rds flated 2nds flated 5ths evil sounding stuff like that.
  4. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 146 Hits · 12/6/2003 10:17 PM this is the one I was talking about, cept it has a maple neck like your mystery guitar, and it has a natural/sparkle finish.
  5. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 88 Hits · 12/6/2003 10:06 PM
    That is an awesome guitar. There is something I love about the sound of a Gibson with a maple neck. A bit of twang with your meat, I suppose. My friend has a Les Paul Studio Lite-ish guitar from the 70's that Gibson made that has that same fini...(more)
  6. Jesse Fish (651)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 121 Hits · 9/13/2003 11:50 PM
    Miscelaneous-TV And I think the Road Rules/Real World is where it went wrong.... That or getting rid of Beavis and Butthead...
  7. Jesse Fish (651)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 92 Hits · 9/13/2003 11:46 PM
    NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol Any 15 minute long Sitar raga thing. bwahaha!
  8. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 140 Hits · 9/13/2003 11:30 PM
    Played one today. It sounded awesome! Made me want one so would be my main Jazz Band guitar fo sho. Could handle the distorted stuff pretty well, and the effects laden crap too. I was extreamly impressed. Anyone got any goo things ...(more)
  9. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 143 Hits · 9/1/2003 12:33 AM
    Solid State is the shizzle-nizzle, my fizzle. I use an Epiphone practise amp (solid) and a Fender Portable amp (solid and re-chargable battery..oh yea). I also use a Zoom 707 to help with my Jazz sounds. Solid State amps are the most widely use...(more)
  10. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 109 Hits · 8/31/2003 11:55 PM
    I don't belive it would, but why would you want to? The sound the pickups are made for is that detuned sound, and tuning up would greatly affect that...(i.e. the highs too peircing, I'd think) If you want to tune to standard, why not get a regu...(more)
  11. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 84 Hits · 8/23/2003 11:17 PM
    Hey guys I just got this acoustic from a guy I know at school. He sold it to me for 20$ (sucker!!) and now I have a practically brand new acoustic, with a strap and gig bag. Anyway, could you guys give me some help on how I should wear my acou...(more)
  12. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 54 Hits · 8/23/2003 10:45 PM
    I love all my guitars, its hard to pick a favorite! My Epiphone is the does-everything guitar for me. It plays Rock, Jazz, Blues, whatever I want. My Harmony strat handles all the low tuning stuff for me, and sings when I have it on high gain....(more)
  13. Jesse Fish (651)
    Artists Forum · 46 Hits · 6/30/2003 10:11 PM
    Sorry, but I saw Messugah live, and they were quite honestly the most boring band I've ever seen. It sounded the same the entire time. Not my cup of tea, I suppose...
  14. Jesse Fish (651)
    Artists Forum · 94 Hits · 6/27/2003 3:35 AM
    ummm.... I have a 60 + disk player... so I'll pick the most played a The Police compilation A Fishbone compilation All of Clutch's albums. a Queens of the Stone Age compilation a Jamiroquai compilation some Black Sabbath ReHab's "Souther...(more)
  15. Jesse Fish (651)
    Artists Forum · 128 Hits · 6/27/2003 2:50 AM
    "Sunless Saturday" by Fishbone would have to be my pick right now. Its an awesome metal song, and even has horns in it! Now thats something you don't hear often in metal...
  16. Jesse Fish (651)
    Instructional Forum · 44 Hits · 6/26/2003 12:13 AM
    Ah, a floyd rose bridge... I have a Kramer with a floyd, rusted to hell but works pretty good. They can be a pain in the arse if your bridge is rough n such, but otherwise, it actually seems to help my strings last a lot longer. I still have a ...(more)
  17. Jesse Fish (651)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 96 Hits · 5/14/2003 7:33 PM
    Thanks for all the help. BTW, the mandocello is also called an Octave Mandolin. I didn't have too much problem with the chord shapes, so there we go. ^_^ Uh, I think I'm really going to like my mandotar, or guitarlin, or whatever it should be c...(more)
  18. Jesse Fish (651)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 87 Hits · 5/11/2003 3:18 PM
    Can anyone give me a well rounded collection of mandolin chords? I really want to learn, and have set up one of my guitars like an Octive Mandolin (mandolin, one octive down, and I added an extra low C string, so the tuning is C-G-D-A-E). I just...(more)
  19. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 61 Hits · 4/29/2003 5:58 PM
    Hey, I was wondering.. does anyone have any good techniques for getting a (close to) sitar sound. I've tried sticking a piece of grass between my strings near the bridge, but it isn't buzzy enough. Post, or e-mail me if you have anything that ...(more)
  20. Jesse Fish (651)
    Equipment Forum · 38 Hits · 1/19/2003 3:20 PM
    You may hate your guitar now, but one day you will grow so attached to it that you won't want to get rid of it. Unless someone offered me a 5-string Carl Thompson or a blue Les Paul Studio Lite with origional everything, mint condition for my fi...(more)