Made in Indonesia would rather a MIM strat for an extra £50
Now sold out
we need more guitars around here, heat :)
Heat, Also £213 at RichTone Music for anyone up north who would rather collect in store
Not what I meant bud. People buy guitars and give up learning and sell thier instruments.
If they are the type of guitars people don't take to, then why are you recommending he get one?
Get your self a squire or an epiphone mate, for the price they are pretty decent for a beginner. Have a look for second hand aswell. Sort or thing people buy don't take to and sell again.
I'm a fan of these for beginners https://www.pmtonline.co.uk/squier-limited-edition-bullet-mustang-olympic-white
I hope you take this all with you :D https://store.steelpantherrocks.com/products/the-pussy-melter-pedal
Really can't rate this high enough. Been using it for about a month now and will never go back. https://www.richtonemusic.co.uk/product/line_6_relay_g10_digital_wireless_guitar_system-line6-relayg10/?gclid=CjwKCAiA8bnUBRA-EiwAc0hZk7cpYamBGCh6ax_xXYhAhIpKQgXxigtvWGtlzLxTfeEoGJ5vCUUn0BoCEsgQAvD_BwE
I've been using one of these for the last couple of years (half the price of the Line6) and it does the job nicely: https://www.amazon.co.uk/AKG-WMS40-Wireless-Instrument-ISM1/dp/B00505ORFO
Heat for great price.
Heat, I’ve been considering a wireless system for a while
By coincidence I just stumbled across this: https://www.coda-music.com/special-offers/line-6-relay-g75-wireless-system-line-6-refurb.html £119, though for a refurb.
Who cares where it was made? They're all mass produced by workers who are paid peanuts, there is no love and care into any of these guitars. Even these £5000 guitars are made in the same places by the same people who couldn't give a crap. It's not like one made in the US was hand crafted by some famous artist and it's a one off...
Ha, very good, but I have one of these guitars myself (a Mexican Strat, that is) and it is genuinely a lovely thing. No doubt the American is better but on a limited budget this is great. Mine cost slightly less than this about 10 years ago. As it happens, I bought it as Frusciante played one too - this video being the reason I bought it (mine is Tobacco Sunburst): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjY1x9RgbdE
Their description definitely suggests MiM -
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Yes. In the same way that Lewis Hamilton drives a Mercedes.
Already posted. I ordered this 1 and got a phone call yesterday to say it's out of stock.
Standard price really
Pick ups appear to be the main difference. The tp appears to have upgraded ones which are coil tapped. The neck may be a different profile too.
What the difference between the standard and traditional pro?
Also the Gold Top https://new.andertons.co.uk/p/ENLTMGSNH3/solid-body-electric-guitars/epiphone-les-paul-traditional-pro-gold-top-electric-guitar
Until you lose those colour-coded cards...
Thoughts on it after messing around with fl studio... The keyboard is really good but the drum pads are a bit soft, if you just push them there's hardly and sound you really have to hit them and then you cant hear what your doing! Sure there would be a way in fl studio to make them always hit at 100% no matter what pressure you put on them or map them a bit better but can't see any options yet! Just tried using the ableton software that comes with it and it's a lot better, pads work awesome and there's a load of preset stuff to play around with
RGR that, although I would have probably got it from amazon and waited due to the fact that they have fantastic customer returns and service.
Its been out a few years by the looks of it so was probably that price at release, amazon has the same rrp too. Be aware amazon don't have it in stock straight away I had to wait a week for mine
CockOS Reaper is decent, a non commercial licence is $60, although Ableton might be better depending on the style of music you're working with. http://www.reaper.fm/purchase.php
£75 on Amazon, so im not sure where they get that whole was £249 from LOL...
Indeed - I don't agree with that quote, which, even if it is strictly true, is a pedantic theoretical definition which is simply not used in real life.
Like pibpob I've never heard passive & active with regards to speakers to mean anything but unpowered & powered respectively. I spend a lot of time around audio equipment (degree in Sound Engineering, job as an AV technician, home recording hobbyist). I think perhaps that the meaning has changed over the years and the information you've pasted from wiki might no longer be relevant. Every other source I can find (brief google, not extensive research) regarding active/passive speakers concurs that the difference is one is powered, one isn't.
Straight from Wiki: The terms "powered" and "active" have been used interchangeably in regard to loudspeaker designs, however, a differentiation may be made between the terms: In a passive loudspeaker system the low-level audio signal is first amplified by an external power amplifier before being sent to the loudspeaker where the signal is split by a passive crossover into the appropriate frequency ranges before being sent to the individual drivers. This design is common in home audio as well as professional concert audio. A powered loudspeaker works the same way as a passive speaker but the power amplifier is built into the loudspeaker enclosure. This design is common in compact personal speakers such as those used to amplify portable digital music devices. In a fully active loudspeaker system each driver has its own dedicated power amplifier. The low-level audio signal is first sent through an active crossover to split the audio signal into the appropriate frequency ranges before being sent to the power amplifiers and then on to the drivers. This design is commonly seen in studio monitors and professional concert audio.
I've never heard that definition before. Passive speakers have always to me meant ones without amplification built in. After all, you can get passive and active speakers with only one drive unit, i.e. no crossover. Active crossover is a separate issue. I'd be really interested to see an example of a speaker with built-in amplification which is described as passive.
But their definition of passive is incorrect. Passive doesn't mean they require an AMP, it's to do with the crossover being powered before signal amplification, or after (passive being after).
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We have a 1990's Mexican Fender Strat too and this is a different sound - fuller, warmer, jazzier. Very different guitars, but I don't think most people will disappointed with it for £219. There are several reviews and demos on You Tube for those who want to hear how it sounds,
Very nice. I recently bought a hard case for a Gretsch for £109 - just the case. So this piece of kit - mahogany set net, mahogany body with flame maple top, Epiphone Buckers with split coils, Grover tuners? Bargain! Not my sort of thing, but a real bargain.
Yes I saw it to on hotukdeals looks nice but does it sound and play nice, I'm used to my fender strat
Been posted at least twice before. We bought one a while ago and can recommended it - quality build and very nice warm, jazzy tone. Perhaps a bit heavy for a younger player or learner but very good value. The case is quite decent too.
Back in stock in red but now £399. Takes 2 to expire - can someone else click as well please.
The Yamaha isn't really comparable to the epiphone as it only has a single, bridge pickup, rather than the two on the genesis. It also doesn't have any tone controls, which is OK if you rely on your amp for tone adjustment, but not something most beginner/intermediate players will do.
I am sorely tempted by this but already have WAY too many guitars. For that money with a hard case and coil taps its a steal. Sounds good. http://youtu.be/X-A9YcNdd88
It's a fine looking guitar and these are well built for the money. Maybe a bit weighty for some and probably not for the metalheads out there. If someone bought me this as a first guitar I would be over the moon.
this is also a worthy keyboard fo the same price! http://www.andertons.co.uk/controller-keyboards/pid36415/cid613/maudio-oxygen-49-mk-iv-49-key-midi-controller.asp
That's a lot of kit for that price v
Same price on Amazon. Still hot though :)
Great price. Any good youtube video about this?
That's a good way of looking at it. It's a great Fender guitar with all the other modeling/tuning goodies thrown in at a decent price. That said I think it's based on a Mexican rather than a USA Strat - can anyone confirm?. Then again my old Mexican Tele was much nicer to play than my USA Tele so if this is a Mexican Strat then it wouldn't put me off. Thanks for the Steve Stevens video links, some great demos there 8)
you could look at it like a real strat, which it is, but with some modern extras. if you are a versatile musician you can get so much out of one guitar. check out these demos by steve stevens, (it won't make you sound like him though!) demo 1 live demo
Likewise - played a strat and HATED it. Definitely a marmite guitar. But a good price so hot from me.
YouTube Roland Product Video http://youtu.be/G4Wv-bQKHDM
Clickable Links... Black with Maple Sunburst with Rosewood CN1 Power Adapter
Fantastic deal. It's a decent amp. HOT.
Oh, and heat!
Don't need another amp. Don't need another amp.
Looks like GAK.co.uk have pricematched it too. Possibly end of line discontinued stock?
Went for the HT1. Thanks
Personal preference - 1 watt is more than adequate for home use, and you can really push the tubes to get a great sound that is quieter that the 5 watt, but the 5 might be more versatile if you start recording or gigging with it mic'd up....
Can't decide on the ht1 or ht5 as it will just be for home use.
That's what I thought, but it is quite a niche product... And the only hot deals at the moment are PS4 or Xbone deals :D Thanks for the vote anyway!
Was just about to post this myself. This should be a lot hotter...
Forgot to list what SW you get if you opt for a/the Fender: Fender FUSE application for deep editing, preset storage, patch swapping and free artist content. Ableton Live Lite 8 Fender Edition studio-quality recording software compatible with Mustang USB recording output. AmpliTube Fender LE edition (During the redeeming of your AmpliTube Fender LE/SE software, IK Multimedia will upgrade you to Amplitube 3.) with free Fender FUSE editor/librarian software for Mac and PC (makes Mustang ideal for guitarists new to digital recording). You can get new serials for these if you buy SH: http://www.fender.com/en-GB/support/articles/buying-a-pre-owned-fender-fuse-connected-product/ Even the 5yr Warranty is Transferable.
Thanks for the amp recommendations - much appreciated
Just as an update on delivery times, I've had an email to say mine is out for delivery by courier....exciting!!
A good amp buy SH is a Fender Mustang, we went for the 12" Speaker version for a nicer tone (VII), (With a Footswitch) we picked ours up for £80 and has the benefit of being able to reinstall the free software from Fender for free as they'll send you new Serial Numbers for it if you get in touch with them.
Amplitube is quality if you're that way inclined ;)
These have bad reviews on Amazon, did you buy them?
Its Rotosound, not Retrosound
+ £4.99 shipping
Anyone else had a dispatch notice yesterday but no guitar today? UPS suggests the label has been created but nothing else... EDIT: Mystery over, wasn't enough room on the UPS van so they're sending today.
i'm almost glad th sold out models don't show a price of what they were... i have the pawn shop 72 strat, it's the best of my 8 guitars, it's amazing
There's a Fender Jaguar thinline and two different colours of Squire Jazzmaster?
Expired not anything there
Shame there's so basses, would love a Fender Jazz