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  • dano 12-strings win or teh phail

    wassup

    must..play..byrds....

  • #2
    The Dano 12-strings are held in high regard by most folks at the Rickenbacker Forum if that tells you anything.

    One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
    Three chords and you're into jazz
    - Lou Reed

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    • #3
      Very good guitars....I came very close to buying a purple one like Fuzztone's years ago.
      Originally Posted by Rampage


      **************** cleans, play distortion?









      Originally Posted by RiffDaemon


      The scratchy high-end sounds like a wreck in Excitebike









      Originally Posted by buddhapaugh


      I had a nightmare experience like yours, Nerine, when I was in my late 20's/early 30's and was doing the tag-team thing with my buddy over the toilet. Now that was something----







      Guitars:
      Fender-Hamer-Michael Kelly-Starfield-Ibanez


      Amps/Cabs
      Drive-Eminence-Electro Harmonix-Fender-Jet City-Kustom-VHT-Yamaha

      FX
      ISP-Keeley-Pigtronix

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      • #4
        The Dano 12-strings are held in high regard by most folks at the Rickenbacker Forum if that tells you anything.



        i have the same one. cost me $300 instead of $1500 for a Ric. considering how much i play it, its been money well spent.

        the newer versions seem to have better electronics, but i love the sound of my 90's RI.
        The Common Sense Mets Fan

        There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." - Isaac Asimov, Newsweek (21 January 1980)

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        • #5
          Teh win.

          I lubs mine... great tone, great weight balance, stays in tune, flashy/retro looking. Stable and dependable enough to gig with too.

          My band "The Executives" website : TheExecutivesMusic.com

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          • #6
            Teh win.

            I lubs mine... great tone, great weight balance, stays in tune, flashy/retro looking. Stable and dependable enough to gig with too.



            Yep I almost bought one just like that one
            Originally Posted by Rampage


            **************** cleans, play distortion?









            Originally Posted by RiffDaemon


            The scratchy high-end sounds like a wreck in Excitebike









            Originally Posted by buddhapaugh


            I had a nightmare experience like yours, Nerine, when I was in my late 20's/early 30's and was doing the tag-team thing with my buddy over the toilet. Now that was something----







            Guitars:
            Fender-Hamer-Michael Kelly-Starfield-Ibanez


            Amps/Cabs
            Drive-Eminence-Electro Harmonix-Fender-Jet City-Kustom-VHT-Yamaha

            FX
            ISP-Keeley-Pigtronix

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            • #7
              they still make them right? I can't find any for sale online (new)

              or on the dano site

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              • #8
                they still make them right?



                nope.
                Listen...

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                • #9
                  My only electric 12 string has a lot of baggage associated with it. I only use it occasionally anyway:

                  Originally Posted by DToad:

                  Lets face it- today's GOP is all about the richest one percent exploiting the dumbest fifty percent.

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                  • #10
                    triple neck!!

                    cool
                    Epiphone Les Paul/Squier Strat --> Dunlop Cry Baby --> Skreddy Screwdriver --> EHX NYC Big Muff RI --> Devi Ever Disaster Fuzz --> Boss DS-1 --> Boss NS-2 --> EHX XO Series Stereo Pulsar --> EXH DMM --> Line 6 Echo Park/Verbzilla --> EHX SMMH --> Fender Hot Rod Deluxe Special Edition
                    The Hot Rod Owner's Club
                    Acoustics:
                    Guild GAD F212 12 string
                    Epiphone DR-300A (member: Epiphone Empire)
                    Little Martin

                    Good trades with LowWoods, Dega500, Virex
                    Clip(s) on soundclick

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                    • #11
                      If I had that triple neck guitar I'd tune every string to E, plug it into 3 Metal Zones and do the most massive power chord in the history of br33wtality.
                      I've been first and last
                      Look at how the time goes past.
                      But I'm all alone at last.
                      Rolling home to you.

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