I don't even know if that's that right place to ask, but I've been looking around for a good practice amp. I own a Les Paul copy and I've swapped out the pickups with alnico 2s and I've been playing directly to my PC for a while now, but I've got some money for an amp and I'd really love if you guys could help out with the choice. I live in Bulgaria, that means that the prices all weird and it's hard to pick an amp easily. I play mostly GnR stuff, I sometimes play clean too, it's not that often though. After all the research that I've done I can chose between Yamaha THR5, VOX VT20X and meybe if I save up a little more a Fender GT40. I just need to know if somebody has used them and been able to dial in great Slash tone. The budget seems to be about 200-240 USD, again weird prices because of import and stuff. The used market here isn't a viable choice. All help is appreciated and sorry if my English isn't very clear.
Hello! I'm Trevor, I'm 19 and I've been involved in a lot of projects and jam sessions growing up with my friends. I've only focused on vocals for 4-5 years and I've kind of just gotten tired of it. I want to actually learn an instrument and a note system that I can directly understand and make use of for many types of genres not being restricted by a vocal range.
The situation right now is that I don't own a guitar with more than 3 strings and it will take a few weeks in order to get one and I had questions based on what I can start trying to learn now while I'm waiting to get my hands on a working guitar. As the years go by and I get more skilled, I'd like to focus mainly on Math Rock, similar to artists like CHON and Via Luna. I specify this because I love the emotion that can be given simply from instrumental music and it has a big factor in my self development. So here are my questions;
1. Based on where I want to take my guitar playing, what type of guitar should I look to purchase, an acoustic, or electric?
2. What topics should I look up and study before I obtain a working guitar, I have a 3 string acoustic that I can use as a reference for notes, etc.? Stuff that I can write down and study every day like music theory, but wanted to know if there is more than that.
3. I am avoiding physical lessons, so when I have a guitar, who would you guys recommend for beginners wanting to pursue in more technical finger tapping riffs, or if I should start and learn the basics before branching off into that?
Thank You! (:
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