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  • OT: Cheap Pedal Steel Guitars?

    Anybody know any cheap pedal steels? I remember there being one at Rondo, but it seems they are empty. Came with a case too, what a shame.
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    Matthew

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  • #2
    The Carter student models used to be pretty reasonable. I don't know if they make them anymore.

    And yeah, this question is relevant to my interests.
    My band: http://facebook.com/indiandoom








    Originally Posted by christianatl


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    Originally Posted by misterstomach


    i don't know if i'd want to go on tour if i wasn't going to do anything i could get arrested for.









    Originally Posted by .homewrecker.


    If there is only a few dB diference between 30 and 100 watts then it works both ways, why are you getting on my **************** for using a 100 watt amp when a 30 watt amp is practically just as loud just has less balls?

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    • #3
      not cheap particularly, but some good starters would be The Red Baron or Sidekick by MSA, a Carter Starter or a Sho-Bud Maverick.
      good guys: english_bob, SG1, red_riviera, chisa, melx, Tayste_2000, tommyld (fuzzhugger), NetStar, bondini, Taylor704, HeartfeltDawn, garethdavies, Uncle Bastard, woolyh, Snufkino, THAT4301, Chugs, Matt0201, fruvai, Prince Squid, eerock, mr benn.

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      • #4
        The Carter Starter is about as inexpensive as you're going to find in a reliable package (I see these pop up used all the time on the CL, usually around $400, not a bad deal for what you get?). They have the basic number of pedals/knee levers and a good modern changer. Not really that upgradable but pretty much everything is there to learn on without major setup hassles and tuning issues.

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        • #5
          The Carter Starter is about as inexpensive as you're going to find in a reliable package (I see these pop up used all the time on the CL, usually around $400, not a bad deal for what you get?). They have the basic number of pedals/knee levers and a good modern changer. Not really that upgradable but pretty much everything is there to learn on without major setup hassles and tuning issues.


          That isn't a bad deal at all. I guess I've never seen them on Craigslist anywhere where I have lived.
          My band: http://facebook.com/indiandoom








          Originally Posted by christianatl


          It's new butt **************** day.

          Happy?









          Originally Posted by misterstomach


          i don't know if i'd want to go on tour if i wasn't going to do anything i could get arrested for.









          Originally Posted by .homewrecker.


          If there is only a few dB diference between 30 and 100 watts then it works both ways, why are you getting on my **************** for using a 100 watt amp when a 30 watt amp is practically just as loud just has less balls?

          Comment









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