New Electric Guitar - Help me choose the right guitar
#21
Do you know what's the difference in strats as far as sound goes?



Edited By bak2life on 1075601717
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#22
i suppose the reissues have a more characterful tone (less homogenous) and often more of a twang.
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#23
When does David use EMG pickups. Every time I see his guitars, all of the pickups are white. I thought EMGs are black. Can they be white?
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#24
his silent pickups are all white - you just can't see the metal circles under each string
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#25
I'd go right for the Les Paul man rocker

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#26
i wouldn't - he hasn't the bidget for a gibson les paul, and the epiphone ones are not good. go with the strat
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#27
Are those white ones more expensive?
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#28
good god, yes. i'm sure you strat will be fine without the (and because they are battery powered, you will i suppose have to replace the battery quite a bit)
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#29
I guess I'll go with the black then.
Does year make a difference in the Reissue Strats?
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#30
I own a number of guitars both electric and acoustic and I find my Fat Strat to be the best, at least for me. I've always been sort of a Fender guy but recently bought a used Les Paul and like playing that as well. There's a totaly different feel between the two but that can be good at times.
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