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If you could only have ONE electric guitar...what would it be?


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If you're building it, I'd take a serious look into a Trem-King tremolo. I've seen them in action...they work as advertised.

 

I checked them out and I buy into what they do but I'd probably need to try one before I shelled out the money and installation effort.

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That's easy.   Pez. Cherry flavored pez...  

all you need is one guitar thats is in tune... you may want lot and lots... but the best players i know have 3 or 4 at most... not one thing wrong in the world with just sticking with one guitar...

I honestly have 4 guitars that I could probably get by quite well with as my only guitar. Especially since I'm a living room hack. But if I really had to pick just one it would be my Gretsch 6128 T

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An all-koa HSS Carvin strat.

 

I would probably have lots of wiring options going on for lots of different sounds. Maybe a Duncan Hot Rails as the middle pickup which could be split, as well as the humbucker. Four mini-toggles...One for each pickup and maybe one the reverse the phase of the neck single coil for instance.

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At the present time, I love my Ric 360, but my G&L Tribute ASAT Classic is making me say wow! If I could get the cash together, I'd possibly forego my ASAT Classic for a thinline ASAT Special with the larger MFD pickups for more sonic beef - plenty of chime but capable of grinding, when I need to.

 

ASAT Special Semi-Hollow

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It'd definitely be a strat. I don't currently own any H/S/S strats, but if I could only keep a single one of my guitars, I'd probably take this one and replace the bridge pickup with something like a Dimarzio Chopper and wire it with coil split:

 

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At the present time, I love my Ric 360, but my G&L Tribute ASAT Classic is making me say wow! If I could get the cash together, I'd possibly forego my ASAT Classic for a thinline ASAT Special with the larger MFD pickups for more sonic beef - plenty of chime but capable of grinding, when I need to.


ASAT Special Semi-Hollow

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Nice to see a new G&L fan!

 

You may also consider a semi-hollow ASAT Bluesboy - the Seth Lover HB in the neck coupled with the MFD single coil in the bridge is awesome.

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