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  1. Ovations were all about the playability, rather than the tone, and that's something you won't find in a typical 'proper' acoustic. If you already know what they're like and don't mind the idiosyncrasies then there's no reason not to love an Ovation.
  2. I've long wanted an SGV: cross with myself that I missed the boat when they were cheap because no-one wanted such an odd looking instrument 10 years ago.
  3. I used to find playing a P-type neck good preparation for playing my Tokai '59 Les Paul replica, making the neck feel just a little slimmer.
  4. Like the look of the SC550 - very much like the shape of early Aria Pro II Les-Paul-alikes apart from the headstock. Been fancying a Tele from HB for a while, but don't really need one.
  5. I've given up on reverb for now, but thanks for the suggestion.
  6. There's a small group that love original Fender short scale guitars like the mustang, and I guess this is trying to tap that particular market. Not for me though - scale is a big part of both how a guitar plays and sounds, and I'm not really keen on the shorter scale. If this kind of thing appeals then also try the Brian May red special replicas - the more accurate versions are also short scale IIRC.
  7. If he could find an old Carlsbro Top 50 he'll get about as clean and loud a valve amp as he'll find anywhere - breakup just isn't on the menu, but outrageous volume levels are. I had one for a little while (came along as a combined purchase with a Ceriatone 18watt trem clone) but I had no use for something like that.
  8. Feeling miffed - I've kind of fancied a Washburn WI series guitar for quite a long time, and just 'won' a Trohman version on ebay for £67. 'Cept the seller cancelled the auction when he didn't get as much as he wanted.
  9. The THRs seem to be exceptional for a home practice amp - by reputation - though sadly I've yet to own one.
  10. I'd like a strat with 3 P90s and a 12 string dano. Don't 'need' either though.
  11. Someone with excessive nostalgia and a bleeding wallet.
  12. My strats are generally wired wth a blend on the 2nd tone pot to add the neck pickup to the bridge & bridge+middle positions. Mostly I use the neck or middle, plus blended neck&bridge for lead work and one of the in between tones for funky rhythm. The (master) tone control also gets a bit of use.
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