There’s been a lot of talk about guitar prices in recent years, with inflation, price hikes, and turbulent used markets. As a man who is not particularly wealthy, I’ve definitely felt the pain and have begun exploring cheaper alternatives for gigging and traveling. This of course led me to Squier, and the rest has kind of been history.
But despite being far less talented, and far less successful than the musicians we’re about to discuss, we do have one thing in common. We all either actively use, or historically used Squier guitars on stage. Today we’ll highlight six musicians who have made pretty big impacts with pretty cheap guitars. This will hopefully remind you that talent is mostly in the hands of the player, not the price tag of their guitar.
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Most of the wood material comes from the best Indonesian solidwood and 80% is indonesian exotic woods.
for nearly 2 years ( 2012-2014) research how to apply natural dyeing batik on 2.5mm solidwood media such as solid spruce, solid mahogany, maple, and solid mango.
Trials need to be carried out to find out effect the batik process has sound quality and resonance on solidwood instrument.
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