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    OK guys & girls, how many of you out there play the geetar, and what gear do you have? Post details and pics.
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    Ek is baie musikaal,ek speel die Hi Fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old timer View Post
    Ek is baie musikaal,ek speel die Hi Fi.
    We should start a band
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    Quote Originally Posted by n3cr0 View Post
    We should start a band
    Ride as if it is your last ride

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    I have a Ovation Applause. Accoustic, but you can plug it into an amp.
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    Yamaha F310 acoustic. Ye ole' entry level git.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n3cr0 View Post
    We should start a band
    Aye, you need a "vocalist" I can lip sync really well and play the fool like Little Jimmy Urine from Mindless Self Indulgence haha

    Hey, it may even give me a good excuse to grow my hair longer and have it acceptable at school. Coz, you know... headbanging without hair is like sex without a partner
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    Im playing on an accoustic...but when I go electric...Damn...want one like your pic!!!!!

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    I play the bass guitar - TL1000S, hehehe!

    I would love to learn how to play Guitar and the drums!

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    '05 Ibanez GRG150
    '67(?) Epiphone accoustic
    '65(?) Yamaha classic

    Previously a mexican Strat, not sure what year.

    Marshal Valvestate 15 amp

    Can't seem to find my pedals, but I have (or had, not sure since the moves) a Boss DS-1, MT-01 and an OD-3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old timer View Post
    Ek is baie musikaal,ek speel die Hi Fi.
    i bet you sound awesome
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    mondfluitjie, en so klein bietjie konsertina...

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    Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
    Roland Cube Amp
    Wasburn something or other aquatic guitar (good for playing Smoke Underwater)
    Washburn XB400 Bass
    Epiphone Gothic Thunderbird Bass
    Hartke A70 Bass Amp

    Previously had a Squier Strat and Ibanez RG270.

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    I play a Peavey Milestone series bass for the church band. Very comfortable bass and has great tone. I run it through a Korg bass pedal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSteel View Post
    I play a Peavey Milestone series bass for the church band. Very comfortable bass and has great tone. I run it through a Korg bass pedal.
    Egads! No amp?! Another sell out to the digital generation.....hahahhaha! I am a "draad sitter" in that regards...use digital effects, but have a decent amp...will post pic's and stuff soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrenpridgeon View Post
    Egads! No amp?! Another sell out to the digital generation.....hahahhaha! I am a "draad sitter" in that regards...use digital effects, but have a decent amp...will post pic's and stuff soon...
    I play through the church's mixer, yeah low budget but it works like a charm. Wanna get a practice amp soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLS996 View Post
    I play the bass guitar - TL1000S, hehehe!

    I would love to learn how to play Guitar and the drums!
    Atleast you can sing!!...

    I have a SX Presision bass with a Warwick Blue Cab 30 Bass Amp and a boss compressor and some kind of pre amp booster/recorder.

    And I have 2 classical guitars (1 is a camping guitar, full of stickers and scratches) and an old 89' Fender strat and a Cort 710f semi Accoustic, been playing for about 7 years now, started Bass about a year ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSteel View Post
    I play through the church's mixer, yeah low budget but it works like a charm. Wanna get a practice amp soon.
    If your looking for a nice bass amp that wont set your budget back to far, get a warwick 15w bass amp, it's perfect for practice at home and you can still connect it on your churches sound system.

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    1x Boks kitaar.
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