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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Billnchristy, Dec 28, 2018.
A Rickenbacker 330/360!
been done before:
It’s the angle.
Let me hear your balalaikas ringing out.
A Danelectro U2. Wood bridge doooooooooooooooommm!!
I just looked up on the Danelectro website. They make baritones with high-output lipstick pickups now.
*Disclaimer: I have never liked the look of Danelectros. They may have tone for days, and I have known people who think they are the bees knees, but I cannot find in my heart any love for them at all. Using one for metal would be like entering a NASCAR race with a '60s Citroen 2CV. Technically, it can be done but you'll look ridiculous as heck.
Around a year ago GC had a cheap 3/4 Strat copy that was actually pretty damn good for around $100. That would be a hammer of doom. I should have bought one.
I'd go with either the Hannah Montana thing, or something like this:
... which for whatever reason doesn't show up here, it's in http://dcsteelbodyguitars.com/onewebmedia/20150118_125936.jpg
Or maybe this:
... which doesn't show either? *****?
You really want to be ironic? I mean really? Put a pickup on an five-string banjo and rock that mutha!
Rics are great for heavy/fuzz stuff, especially with toasters. I'm amazed at the crunch I can get out of my 330.
My band played recently with a heavy punk/sludge prog band where the guitarist was absolutely shredding on a Squier classic vibe/blonde/blackguard through a Marshall half stack. Sounded huge.
Honestly I was planning on using my Daphne blue duo-sonic and relive the 90’s, just swapped out the bucker for a mean 90, not really ironic but not the norm that’s for sure.
Love mine for metal!
Some pretty heavy stuff has been played on this guitar.
Duh. Electronic Bag Pipes through a petal board and a wall of Marshall Stacks. Anything less, just go home. The really great thing about it is you can moonlight with it for building demolition.
What was the question again?
The most ironic doom metal guitar? Answer: none.
Somehow, I knew this was going to happen. Kudos to you, Angel...
like that daisy rock guitar?