I cannot unsee that now....
Good find. Voted hot! Those interested check the SOS review for the six. https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/ggibson-les-paul-6 So for this money I'd say they're a great buy (LP6) considering the review RRP. And some good info in tuning them to your room would bring good results.
I can't unsee this
Yep - was thinking they look decent actually but... now cant unsee. "thanks" haha :D
"Brighten up those visits to the beach..." While ruining everyone else's
I think you're a bit upset about something jimjim, there is no misleading advice here, other reviews have commented on the Fender sound being clearly audible with this speaker and as someone who plays regularly and owns Fender and Blackstar amps I'm happy to say it sounds great both as a bluetooth speaker and as something to plug a guitar into. You might also want to consider that many guitarists use PA systems to give their gigging some extra oomph. PAs are not dedicated guitar amps but they do the same job this will.
Its wont have the fender tonal quantities, its does even have a drive circuit. Buyer beware, be cautious around some of the misleading advice in this thread. If you are looking for a portable guitar amp and Bluetooth speaker, this is not what you're looking for. Try something like the awesome the black star fly 3. :)
Yes, you can plug a guitar into a stereo via pedals or processors. The fact remains however that this is a stand alone amplifier, I can plug in my FX pedals or chuck it in the car just as I would with my Fender guitar amp and not only does it have the looks and tonal qualities people associate with Fender, but I don't have to carry around a separate stereo amp and associated speakers as I would using a stereo system. I'm not saying it was designed as a designated guitar amp, but whilst you suggested you couldn't plug a guitar in, I was showing that with the sort of basic kit most guitarists have lying around you certainly can do and it happens to sound great too.
The point is this is not a guitar amp, you can't plug a guitar in directly, your method could work on pretty much any stereo system it doesn't make it a guitar amp.
Or you could buy a small practice guitar amp and plug a Chromecast audio in if you don't mind a squarer unit. I've done this with my Marshall amp and it works great (and you can get it REALLY loud, if you so wish)
Only £29!in ALDI
These will be finished with a nitrocellulose satin, so pretty durable and should last a long long time, unless being left in poor conditions, but that goes for all guitars anyway. There's a bit more info on them here
Anyone know what the satin finish is like regarding durability? Has anyone got one ? Will it end of glossy on the high use areas ? Thanks Jamie
I want a Private Stock model but you're talking around £10,000 :o I'll get kicked in my privates if I spent that much. Not worth it :D
:o need that
Did you buy it?
Arrgh. Really tempted. Must resist
The Mod's edited my title, I should have mentioned that in the description really. Thanks for popping the extra link in. This an epic deal. I just brought the Fuzz.. Hopefully by the time I can afford the drive the prices will remain this insane.
Excellent spot The Motor city drive is also priced low https://www.thomann.de/gb/friedman_amplification_motor_city_drive.htm
Nice. Have some heat. I AM AWAITED IN SHREDHALLA *huffs lemon oil*
Ah fantastic! Thanks for that :)
With Thomann being based in Germany and just in case anyone's thinking "Will it come with a UK plug?".... I can confirm that they include a free UK plug adaptor with the order.
Great find! Thanks
Great price (y)
Electric/digital/stage pianos try to emulate the weight, feel and range of a real piano, while a keyboard doesn't. Personally, I am not a fan of keyboards, I really dislike the weightless keys, and of course with an electric piano you can easily adapt to a real piano, and you can have as many effects as a keyboard. I personally own a Yamaha CP40 stage piano and an older model Clavinova. Both electric pianos and I like them a lot. I would recommend you go to Yamaha store in London or similar and try a variety of models and see what you like best, though.
Well depends. Some manufacturers need to get rid of old lines rather than doing deep discounts that doesn't keep the illusion of high residuals. That's perfectly legal. What isn't legal was what Casio did.
I see, sounds like a way to get around antitrust regulation. And I suppose to incentivise resellers, those who discount the products too much by themselves don’t get to be a gold/platinum/diamond reseller channel partner and can’t participate in said mass promotions.
Because the manufacturer will pay the client, i.e. the retailer, to do a mass promotion. Most manufacturers do this.
That doesn’t explain why the products are discounted by exactly the same amount for exactly the same promotional period by most if not all retailers - take Sonos as example.
Received mine. Outstanding for that price. OOS again.
Mine was posted, bargain.
It back up again.
They've now removed them from their site altogether.
It worked before without. Did they cancel the existing orders?
Custom 24s are a cheap range of PRS and made in Korea. I would rather save up for an American S2, which is superior in quality, or better yet, get one on eBay used for nowhere near this price.
They are good for the price, but if you have the possibility to grab a mint Korean made PRS Custom 24 off of eBay for nearly the same price, there's absolutely no reason to opt for an Indonesian Standard 24. I personally own an S2 Custom 24, and while Korean Custom 24s are really close in quality (and look better because of the veneer), Standards you can tell that they feel cheaper in every regard. That's not to say they are not worth the price of admission, but I'd rather save up for something better myself.
The Standards are fantastic guitars, it's £300-400 or so more for a Custom, not far off twice the price. These are probably the best guitars under £500, nothing wrong with Indonesian made guitars, I've owned one of these and the quality is great, it has better fretwork than my two Gibsons, which are American made guitars worth 2-3 times these guitars.
Standard 24s are the cheapest range of PRS and made in Indonesia. I would rather save up for a Korean Custom 24, which is superior in quality, or better yet, get one on eBay used for around this price. Also note the Standard 24 don't come with a gigbag, and PRS gigbags are REALLY good, so having one included adds a lot of value.
Awesome guitar, friend of mine bought one a few weeks ago. Not sure I dare tell him about this because I'm pretty sure he paid in the £700 range, eek. Heat added obviously
Please post the assembly video then. Superglue recommended.
Someone always say that, because of the way a do my images :D If I post a 'Build your own' kit then I'll make sure I post it all in one piece :p
I do hope that what they're selling is the guitar in one piece, unlike the cover photo used for this post!
£481 if you're ok with B-stock.
Not sure that the stocks ever looked any different - That's an 85 model. First comment is relevant-ish though :D
From what I've read, any kind of copyright sits with the headstock not the body shape but Gibson obviously felt otherwise. No idea what the original headstock on a PRS looked like - maybe it was too close...
Seems a bit crazy, I've had a few single cut models and never though they were copying as such. I just liked the shape. I certainly know when I'm playing a Gibson model though! Thanks for that.
As simple as an oversight. Although the price point says it all. I've spoken about them to a fair few people recently and the value they hold on recent offers, so the amount of different models that I have discussed is crazy.
Your Custom 24 is the SE version , it has to be at the price you paid haha Mine is the Genuine Custom 24 with a Orange Tiger Pattern Big big difference between a SE Csutom 24 and THE Custom 24 and not just price ;) But PRS make some remarkable guitars for their respective price points
Great price, but what's going on with that finish? (skeptical)
What a horrible looking guitar
Oh man, I've been looking at a Charvel for ages, but that DM is beautiful. So many guitars, so little money.
Great price for a USA Strat. Heat added. If I was spending that on a Fender, though, it'd be this one.
Good deal for a Professional Strat, but at this price point I think the Mexican Deluxe are actually superior as they offer much more modern features like locking tuners, tall frets, and contoured heel. However if you are after the classic Strat you can't go wrong, though HH is not very Strat-y.
Never would have guessed a Strat was subject to CITES.
a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.heat added :)
£37.06 at Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00WT7KPCK/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new
Recent review of this
yeah I've left mine alone but I know some people have their own preferences, great guitar for the price hope you enjoy it :)
...no point buying a g400 pro if intention imho. (have one on order / bought for action + pups / taps - leaving well T.F. alone)
can't beat a maple satin neck though... imho (garbage ceramic pickups and bridge aside). if had a epi standard bridge setup i would have probably have been buying.
I’m not sure how good the very cheap Gibson’s are, the firebird zero and M2 seemed to get some pretty mixed reviews. It’s probably worth the extra money to step up to the faded or studio models ( whatever the next step up is ) or for 300 you can pickup an G400 pro https://www.andertons.co.uk/guitar-dept/electric-guitars/epiphone-g-400-pro-sg-cherry-chrome-hardware https://www.gak.co.uk/en/epiphone-g-400-pro-cherry/61809 Can even get it in a silver burst for a tenner more https://www.kennysmusic.co.uk/epiphone-limited-edition-1961-g-400-pro-silverburst leaves you some extra cash to start swapping pickups or hardware Second hand can probably do even better for your money either on the Gibson or epiphones