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What is the BEST playing guitar EVER !!??

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  • #16
    Back around 1978 or so I had this 1972 Gibson SG Proffessional. It was the one with P-90's and the guitar was top routed for the controls. It also had a bigsby. It was maybe the butt ugliest Sg ever built but that thing had a neck that was made in heaven. The action was so low that you could barely slip a piece of paper between the strings and frets and there was no fret buzz whatsoever.
    My Guitars

    PRS Singlecut
    PRS CE24 w/ piezo
    Floyd LP
    Fender Stratocaster
    Lucero classical
    Yamaha FG312 12 string
    Counterparts-A Tribute to Rush
    Digital Men - my recording project


    • #17
      The first one you play and the last one you ever play.


      • #18
        Squier Affinity Stratocaster


        • #19
          I'm quite surprised Jackson didn''t make that list... Soloists play themselves, you've just got to make "****************" faces while your holding it...
          Mikey B.

          Gibson Explorer
          Cheapo Ibanez SA160
          Peavey Triple XXX Head KT77
          Marshall 1960A 4x12 Cabinet
          Marshall AVT20 1x12 Combo
          Korg Toneworks AX1500G
          Some cables and stuff


          • #20
            Les Paul Standard, 60's neck. I still get that warm fuzzy feeling every time I pick it up.
            Gibson LP Standard
            ESP Eclipse II
            PRS CE24
            Ibanez RG 1570 (Dimarzio PAF Pro/Fred)
            Fender American Vintage 57 Strat

            FOR SALE:
            Boss PW-10 V-Wah - $100
            Seymour Duncan JB/59 Zebra Set - $100
            Alesis Audiowerk 8 - $50
            Yamaha MT-4X 4-track - $150
            Yamaha MU80 MIDI Tone Generator


            • #21
              I haven't tried them all so how I should I know...

              but from the (electric) ones I've owned since I'm sixteen, the nominees are:

              - 3 Gibsons (SG custom, Les Paul and US-1)
              - 1 telecaster (the Real thing)
              - 1 Ibanez jazzbox (that one's a contender but...)
              - 1 Hagstrom Impala
              - 1 Aria "335"style
              - 2 Lags (french)
              - 1 Yamaha SA2200

              The enveloppe, please...

              ...Yamaha SA2200!!!
              __________________________________________________ ___________________

              Yamaholic --- PpP --- Old geezer with a grey beard


              • #22
                This is a tough one. I would have to agree that any model is the best that is set up for you. But, I have to say, for me, not Fender. I have never found a Fender that plays well. They sound fantastic, that is why I buy them, but they play for ****************. Ibanez and PRS Play great. People don't seem to like Ibanez, but they are so easy to play. Les Pauls are great, as well as the Flying V, both are tough when sitting though.
                Guitars: 60th Anniversity Commemorative American Strat 2006, 2012 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe, Washburn D25S Acoustic 1988 (MIJ)Effects: 535Q->TS7->DS-1-> GE7 EQ->MXR Carbon Copy->Phase 90->CE-3 -> -> Tiny Terror -> Vox Night Train Cab 1x12 with Greenback Also: Guitar Port, DOD Supra Distortion, EH Muff Fuzz, Vox DA5Good Dealings with rrancani, dcindc, CraigOrn, 98 les paul, kjutrain


                • #23
                  1. 1990Washburn KC 70V with satin finished neck
                  2. 1957 Gibson ES 175.
                  3. D'Angelico jazz guitar (unsure of year)
                  4. 1954 Les Paul.

                  I own the Washburn.


                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Dr. Tweedbucket
                    What is the best playing guitar you've ever played ?

                    NONE OF YER FRIGGIN BUSINESS!!!

                    LES PAUL CUSTOM


                    • #25
                      Anything built in the Gibson factory between like, '59 and '66. imo.
                      I.K.F.C.- O.T.A.- W.T.F.?.C.- E.S.C.
                      Member of the T. D. & H. faculty



                      • #26
                        the other day i played this parker guitar and it played itself, but i don't really care for those.

                        i prefer thick, but not too wide necks, les paul 50s style.
                        Knight of the Marshall Circle of Tone


                        • #27
                          Guitars with multi-radius necks have the best action. I have 3 like that. Two are Carvins and one is a telecaster I custome made with a Warmoth neck. There is absoulutely no downside to a multiradius neck. Every guitar should have one regardless of the style you play. But few manufacturers bother because it's more complicated to make them that way and few people know/care about it. I heard Carvin quit making their guitars that way, but it might be just a rumor. Multi radius necks have a slight cone shape to the fretboard instead of a cylinder shape. The strings line up along the cone for lower action. The cone shape is better because it accounts for the neck's taper from headstock to body in the action.
                          "I don't want to be immortalized through my work. I want to be immortalized by not dying." Woody Allen


                          • #28
                            That's easy........AIR GUITAR........never hit a wrong note & can get any tone you like.

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                            • #29
                              My washburn cs780

                              Agile valkyrie w/mighty mite p90s
                              Washburn Cs780
                              Ibanez GRX 40
                              Esp ltd H-1000

                              Fender deluxe 112 plus amp
                              Digitech rp100a


                              • #30
                                gretsch anniversary model, i believe it was a '62. the best guitar i have ever played hands down.