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How do Acoustic Electric guitars amplify the sound? by Sparky2
The question has been posed;How do acoustic electric guitars amplify the sound?I'm not an expert on this by any means, but an electric acoustic amplifies the sound in a number of ways: 1. The same way, initially, as any other acoustic guitar. ...
Some Advice Regarding Guitar Valuations by Sparky2
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Hello guys and girls! My Guitar Buddies is a wonderful web-resource for information sharing on the topic of guitars, basses, pedals, accessories, and nearly everything you could want to know about modern stringed instruments.Our moderators and ...
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by admin - 1 day ago
Jerry died in 1995 and pretty much so did the Dead... The other guy involved with the album was Darth Vader I believe. :) :P
by kcbuck - 14 hours ago
Your Epiphone PR-200 was made in Korea on January, 1991 and it has a production number of 1112. The current listed resale value is: Exc. Cond: $150.00 to $200.00 USD Ave. Cond: $95.00 to ...
by kcbuck - 18 hours ago
Made in 1996 (the last year of production for that model, the G-125) in Nazareth, PA. Originally retailed for $290, and is now worth: $160 to $130 in really nice condition and $95 to $70 ...
by Sparky2 - 5 days ago
Leen Fable, The guitar was made at the Samick factory in November of 2000. Value is $200 in the condition you describe. Sorry to be so long getting back to you.I have been traveling a LOT ...
by Sparky2 - 5 days ago
If you can afford the Gibson, get the Gibson. It will hold its resale value much, much better. But do yourself a favor; Play EVERYTHING before you purchase. Whatever guitar you buy ...
by Sparky2 - 5 days ago
It depends upon the model of Electra, the overall condition, and whether it has all-original parts and bits. Can you post a photo? :cheer:
by Sparky2 - 5 days ago

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