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Bart & guitars ?!

Discussion in 'Quo Vadis' started by Stiltzkin, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. Stiltzkin

    Stiltzkin Member

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    Bart,

    If you were not sporting Jacksons, what other brand would
    you be playing? and why ?

    Isn't it about time Jackson gave you an endorsement deal ? ;)
     
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    But they do ;) I just don't make a big deal about it.

    http://www.jacksonguitars.com/artists/index.php?id=437

    If I were to use other guitars I would go on merit on a per instrument basis - meaning listen to the tone of the instrument and make sure the quality of craftsmanship is on par with a professional instruments.
    There are some local luthiers that make excellent instruments as well.
    -b
    PS I probably wouldn't play an Ibanez ;)
     
  3. Stiltzkin

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    ah damn, I just checked the Jackson site, and you're right ...
    after some scrolling I found your name on the artist roster :)
    just wished there would be a little more info on your instruments ;)

    yeah I guess going custom would be the ultimate option for anyone really.
    once you've found THAT instrument you won't play anything else :)

    just thought it would be interesting with some brand name-dropping :)
    guess Ibanez isn't an option then ;) may i ask why ?
     
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    Not Ibanez because they are factory made with low tolerances so you can expect stability/intonation problems on even the most expensive ibanez guitars. Not to mention there is really no selection of wood for quality and tone etc...
    I shouldn't really be bashing them, but I know people who had lots of problems with their Ibanez and were cursing the guitars constantly ;)
    -b
     
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    so what are you looking for in a guitar? tonewise, woodwise and whatnot ? ;)
     

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