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Gretsch White Falcon - Electric Guitar Review
My first venture into buying a serious electric guitar was when I purchased my Gretsch White Falcon. That was an early 1970"s model and as compared to ones produced today, there is hardly any change. I truly fell in love with that guitar. In order to come up with enough cash for the new SuperChet model, I had to part with my first guitar love.

I realize now that I should never have parted with that guitar. I was truly shocked a short time ago when I saw how much those first guitars are now worth. Unfortunately it was destroyed by the guy who bought it. He had intended to load it in his car trunk, but instead backed over it!

Guitar Features: 9.0

The guitars available just as was that early model, has all of the fantastic features you will want in a fingerstyle electric guitar. That being said, while it is a fingerstyle favorite, don"t be fooled into thinking that it is only that. This guitar also makes an outstanding flat pick style guitar as well.

Being a conservative person, about my only concern with this guitar is that it is a bit showy for my tastes. That was one of the main reasons that I sold mine. An understated design was more in line with my tastes.

Sound Production Rating: 9.5

Ok I admit it, I love that "Great Gretsch Sound", and I have had several Gretsch guitars over the course of my musical carrier. This guitar, as well as all the higher end Chet Atkins models, possess that same very haunting sound. The pickups and electronics are nearly the same as the remainder of the Chet Atkins line, making the sound of this guitar paralleling those very closely.

String Action: 9.0

I just love the way that this guitar is setup. Since this guitar is shipped with the "zero fret" setup, there is no adjustment necessary (or possible) at the nut. This is a outstanding way to guarantee quality control of the guitar action. Typically, the electric guitar nut is the most complicated adjustment to make to improve the guitar action.

If the action is not to your taste on the bridge end, it is a very simple matter to adjust upward or downward.

Usually they come from the factory perfectly setup and rarely need any adjustment.

Guitar Durability: 9.5

The durability of the top end Gretsch guitars are in a league of their own and as I can testify, by owning several of them, they will give you many decades of great playing pleasure. With a little basic care, and common sense, you can keep your guitar looking like brand new. There were absolutely no finish imperfections, small or large cracks, de-lamination, or any other complaints with this guitar. The detail is impeccable.

It is not resistant to being run over by a car though!

Guitar Overall Score: 9.4

The Gretsch White Falcon electric guitar, is one of the best fingerstyle guitars that can be purchased in today"s market. It is very feature-rich, has fantastic durability and the sound and action are hard to beat by any electric guitar. If you like the sound of the Chet Atkins model guitars, it is guaranteed that you will like the sound of this guitar.

As with most guitars, I have a few dislikes and this guitar is no exception. I really don"t care too much for the fancy gold sparkle or the big pad on the back, but these are cosmetic in nature, and that is also just personal preference.

If you are after the deep, rich, Chet Atkins guitar sound, you will be thrilled with this guitar.

If you are an advanced music student or seasoned professional guitarist, this guitar will more than meet anything you want to tackle. This is a truly great guitar and it receives some of my highest marks.

How To Play Kick Ass Guitar Licks Quickly And Easily - Part 1
How To Play Kick Ass Guitar Licks Quickly And Easily - Part 1
by Tom Hess
Wish you could play killer guitar licks every time you pick up your guitar? The truth is many guitar players think that great guitar licks are made by playing specific notes or scales. However, this usually not the case. As you will find out in this article (and video), the key to playing killer guitar phrases is focusing on "how" you play EUR not necessarily which notes you use.
In a few moments, you will discover just how easy it is to make your own guitar licks sound killer regardless of the notes you are using. On top of that, you will find out how to do this every single time you play guitar.
Before you continue reading, watch the killer guitar solo video mentioned below so you can see and hear exactly how the ideas of this article are to be played. By watching the video, you will MASSIVELY increase your ability to absorb the ideas and use them to improve your own guitar playing. Additionally, the video will help you get the most value from the lead guitar phrasing exercise you will find below. Check out the video now, then come back to read the rest of this article.
Now that you have seen the demonstrations in the video, implement the following steps to empower your guitar licks:
Step 1: Think of a lead guitar lick that you can play accurately. The lick you select can be in any style, using any notes. Alternatively, improvise a new (short) guitar lick. Then play through this lick a few times.
Step 2: As you watch the guitar licks video above, you will see how I use slides in several different ways to emphasize the last note in a guitar phrase. Grab a piece of paper and write out a list of descriptions of how to perform all the different variations you observe in the video (use a single sentence or less to describe each one). Writing this down and thinking about it on your own is more valuable than me "giving" you the list of variations to practice because it trains you to actively listen for and pinpoint subtle guitar phrasing ideas on your own. When you describe how each slide variation feels, simply use descriptive words that will help you remember the idea itself (the words themselves are not that important). If you need to, watch the video several times until you have completed your list.
Step 3: To change your lead guitar lick from the first step into a KILLER guitar lick, use the slide variations in your list from the previous step to accent the final note of the phrase. By simply changing the way you play the final note of the lick, you will notice that each new variation sounds MUCH more powerful than the original phrase. Once you have tried all of the different variations from your list (that you saw me do on the video), start coming up with your own unique variations using the same concept. There are countless ways that you can accent a note using this phrasing concept. Be creative and try to come up with at least 5-10 variations. Next, add all of your new ideas to the list you began in step two (with descriptions) and play through them all several times.
Step 4: To expand upon the different variations in your list from the previous step, you will now add even more intensity into your phrase by applying vibrato/bending to the last note after approaching it with a slide. Use the video as a reference for new ideas and write down a short description for each new bend/vibrato variation you see. Then think of your own ideas (just like you did in the previous step). This will give you even more phrasing options to enhance your creative possibilities. Next, play one of the new variations you made and compare it to the guitar lick from the first step in this exercise. You will see a BIG improvement in the overall quality and intensity of the two licks.
Step 5: After you have enhanced a single lead guitar lick using this exercise, repeat the previous steps with several other licks you are familiar with.
After you complete this exercise several times, it will become much easier for you to play great guitar licks with little effort.
Since the final note of a guitar lick is often the one that most people notice, you can quickly improve any of your phrases by focusing your efforts on emphasizing this note. However, you can also use the ideas of this article to improve any other note in your guitar licks. In the second part of this article series, I will discuss how to do this in more detail.
In the meantime, use the information in these free video guitar lessons to learn many new approaches that will improve your lead guitar soloing skills.

Choosing a Budget Steel Acoustic Guitar
Learning to play the guitar is a rewarding pastime; the guitar is fantastically versatile and is reasonably accessible to newbies, but will take a lifetime to master. Much like anything that is good in life, the best things come to those who work at them. Unless you"re amazingly naturally gifted (and you"re probably not), for the first year or two you"re going to be playing some pretty simple tunes, badly. But after this comes all the riches, rewards, wine, women and fun of being a guitar legend.
The first thing you"re going to need is a guitar - duh. When you"re choosing a guitar, you first should think about what kind of music you want to play. If you want to play classical guitar you"ll need a classical acoustic guitar, if you want to play face-melting riffs in front of crowds of screaming fans like the gods of old, you"ll need an electric guitar, but if you want to sound like a 60"s troubadour a steel acoustic guitar will be more down your street.
Budget is going to be of concern whether you are purchasing the guitar yourself or your parents are footing the bill. It pays NOT to go for a low-end guitar. Many people fall into the trap of purchasing the cheapest guitars "in case you don"t like it", and this actually ends up causing you to indeed not like it. A cheap guitar is going to sound terrible, and will end up rotting away unused in your basement. You don"t need to break the bank; just choose a low-mid or mid-range guitar and even your terrible playing will at least sound a bit better.
If you"re planning on getting a steel-string acoustic, they come in around six different sizes. The smallest are "backpacker" style guitars, but if you"re not planning on travelling with your guitar, then choosing a Grand Concert, Grand Auditorium or larger will have a better sound. The largest sizes are Jumbo and Super Jumbo.
A bigger steel-stringed acoustic guitar does not mean a better guitar -it just means a different sound. They tend to be a lot more bass to them, with much more low-end. Smaller guitars will be brighter, janglier, and will not be so loud.
If you are on the short side, one of the larger guitars will probably feel too big - choose an acoustic guitar that is well made, comfortable for you, and has a sound that you like. Whereas one person will consider a guitar to be "tinny", another person will think of it as "bright". Remember you"re the one who is going to have to spend every night playing a tortured version of Three Blind Mice on it, so choose the one that you like the sound of.
Ensure that the guitar is well-tuned when you test it out; if not you won"t be hearing it at its best. If you need to, ask an assistant to be sure, and if you can"t play a thing ask them to strum a few simple chords for you so you can hear what the guitar sounds like.
Cheap steel guitars have laminated wood tops. This means that the front size of the guitar is not made of solid wood, so the sound will be more "dead". It"s also true that a solid wood guitar will take time to mature, and a good guitar will actually sound better and better with age. This is not true of the cheaper laminated wood top guitar; it will sound the same 10 years later from when you purchased it.
The back and the sides of the guitar also benefit from being solid wood, but this cost comes at a premium, so don"t expect it on anything less than a $1000 acoustic guitar. Different woods for the top result in different tones. Spruce is the most common in steel acoustic guitars.
If you buy a new acoustic guitar that isn"t junk, it"s worth first going to a local luthier to get the guitar properly set up. This includes things like a restringing and neck adjustment, and can make your guitar easier to play and keep it well maintained. It usually costs less than $30, unless you choose to get nut replacements etc. (rarely needed).
The best choice for budget steel acoustic guitars is perhaps a Fender, or a Yamaha. Ibanez also make solid budget steel acoustic guitars. If you want something a little different than Washburn make good budget acoustics (although their budget electrics are spotty at best). Finally Seagull is another brand worth checking out if your guitar shop holds it in stock. Smaller brands cannot really be recommended simply because the budget acoustic guitar market is full of duds barely able to hold a tune.
Following the steps above should leave you in a position to be sounding like John Denver before you know it, and not stuck with a terrible sounding guitar that will live forever in the loft of your house.

Four Basic Acoustic Guitar Tuning Guides for Beginners
Four Basic Acoustic Guitar Tuning Guides for BeginnersAcoustic guitar tuning method is similar to the method use in electric guitar tuning and standard guitar tuning. Guitar tuning is the skill that each of the guitar player need to know and master. Without proper tuning, you won"t be able to get the perfect tone and sound while playing guitar especially getting the right chord and lead.Before you start, one important rule is to first identify which is the string that being called or named "1st. String" in guitar term. The 1st. string is referring to the smallest string located at the lowest position of the guitar"s neck. Once you knew which the 1st string is, identifying the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th string will be very easy. The 2nd string is the string located above the 1st string. Same arrangement applies to the 3rd to 6th string.The acoustic guitar strings that being tuned up to the Standard Acoustic Guitar Tuning will have the following sound for each string1st. string, representing "E" note or the "Mi (high)" sound;2nd. string, representing "B" note or the "Ti" sound;3rd. string, representing "G" note or the "Sol" sound;4th. string, representing "D" note or the "Re" sound;5th. string, representing "A" note or the "La" sound;6th. string, representing "E" note or the "Mi (low)" soundThere are several acoustic guitar tuning methods use which ranging from the expensive (normally using special electronic equipment) to the cheapest or free service from the internet (online guitar tuner).Listed below are 4 popular acoustic guitar tuning methods that you could consider (1) Electronic Guitar Tuner - This is the simplest but most expensive method of the acoustic guitar tuning method. To use this method, you need to buy the equipment called "Electronic Guitar Tuner" which is not cheap. Using it of course very simple. You"re using your eyes instead if ears to tune the guitar using this tool. What you need to do is just tune and plucks the string that you are tuning until its match the indicator shown on the electronic guitar tuner.(2) Online Guitar Tuner - This method has become more and more popular now days. This is because more and more website offer free online acoustic guitar tuning service. If you plan to buy online guitar lesson software, make sure that the package comes with online guitar tuner or guitar tuning software that you can install in your computer. This method is not as easy as using electronic guitar tuner but it is not that hard either. What you need to do is to tune the guitar string until its match the sound generated from the tuner program for each string that you work on.(3) Guitar Pitch Pipe - Guitar pitch pipe is another acoustic guitar tuning method that you could use. Guitar pitch pipe is the pipe that will produce specific sound or pitch depending on which pipe you blow. You can get the guitar pitch pipe from any music store. There are six holes on the pitch pipe that will produce tone when blow. The guitar string is then tuned to this tone. For user reference, each hole is marked with alphabet A - D - G - B - E representing each guitar string.(4) Piano or Keyboard - If you have a piano or electric keyboard, this is another method that you can use as the acoustic guitar tuner. This method is similar to online guitar tuner and guitar pitch pipe above. The only different is you are using piano or keyboard to produce tone. The guitar string is then tuned to this tone. Similar to guitar pitch pipe, the note that you need to produce from the piano or keyboard are A - D - G - B - E.All these methods are the standard acoustic guitar tuning method use by newbies and experience guitar players. In fact, this is a standard guitar tuning method that can be for both acoustic and electric guitars. Which method to use is depending on individual budget and skill level. What important as guitar player is to keep practicing. One day you might not need any equipment to tune your acoustic guitar.Looking for online guitar lesson software but don"t know how to choose? Visit Ultimate Guitar Review for a fair & honest review.
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Choosing a Budget Steel Acoustic Guitar
Learning to play the guitar is a rewarding pastime; the guitar is fantastically versatile and is reasonably accessible to newbies, but will take a lifetime to master. Much like anything that is good in life, the best things come to those who work at them. Unless you"re amazingly naturally gifted (and you"re probably not), for the first year or two you"re going to be playing some pretty simple tunes, badly. But after this comes all the riches, rewards, wine, women and fun of being a guitar legend.
The first thing you"re going to need is a guitar - duh. When you"re choosing a guitar, you first should think about what kind of music you want to play. If you want to play classical guitar you"ll need a classical acoustic guitar, if you want to play face-melting riffs in front of crowds of screaming fans like the gods of old, you"ll need an electric guitar, but if you want to sound like a 60"s troubadour a steel acoustic guitar will be more down your street.
Budget is going to be of concern whether you are purchasing the guitar yourself or your parents are footing the bill. It pays NOT to go for a low-end guitar. Many people fall into the trap of purchasing the cheapest guitars "in case you don"t like it", and this actually ends up causing you to indeed not like it. A cheap guitar is going to sound terrible, and will end up rotting away unused in your basement. You don"t need to break the bank; just choose a low-mid or mid-range guitar and even your terrible playing will at least sound a bit better.
If you"re planning on getting a steel-string acoustic, they come in around six different sizes. The smallest are "backpacker" style guitars, but if you"re not planning on travelling with your guitar, then choosing a Grand Concert, Grand Auditorium or larger will have a better sound. The largest sizes are Jumbo and Super Jumbo.
A bigger steel-stringed acoustic guitar does not mean a better guitar -it just means a different sound. They tend to be a lot more bass to them, with much more low-end. Smaller guitars will be brighter, janglier, and will not be so loud.
If you are on the short side, one of the larger guitars will probably feel too big - choose an acoustic guitar that is well made, comfortable for you, and has a sound that you like. Whereas one person will consider a guitar to be "tinny", another person will think of it as "bright". Remember you"re the one who is going to have to spend every night playing a tortured version of Three Blind Mice on it, so choose the one that you like the sound of.
Ensure that the guitar is well-tuned when you test it out; if not you won"t be hearing it at its best.

If you need to, ask an assistant to be sure, and if you can"t play a thing ask them to strum a few simple chords for you so you can hear what the guitar sounds like.
Cheap steel guitars have laminated wood tops. This means that the front size of the guitar is not made of solid wood, so the sound will be more "dead". It"s also true that a solid wood guitar will take time to mature, and a good guitar will actually sound better and better with age. This is not true of the cheaper laminated wood top guitar; it will sound the same 10 years later from when you purchased it.
The back and the sides of the guitar also benefit from being solid wood, but this cost comes at a premium, so don"t expect it on anything less than a $1000 acoustic guitar. Different woods for the top result in different tones. Spruce is the most common in steel acoustic guitars.
If you buy a new acoustic guitar that isn"t junk, it"s worth first going to a local luthier to get the guitar properly set up. This includes things like a restringing and neck adjustment, and can make your guitar easier to play and keep it well maintained. It usually costs less than $30, unless you choose to get nut replacements etc. (rarely needed).
The best choice for budget steel acoustic guitars is perhaps a Fender, or a Yamaha. Ibanez also make solid budget steel acoustic guitars. If you want something a little different than Washburn make good budget acoustics (although their budget electrics are spotty at best). Finally Seagull is another brand worth checking out if your guitar shop holds it in stock. Smaller brands cannot really be recommended simply because the budget acoustic guitar market is full of duds barely able to hold a tune.
Following the steps above should leave you in a position to be sounding like John Denver before you know it, and not stuck with a terrible sounding guitar that will live forever in the loft of your house.

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NEW Genuine Fender 500pF 500V Silver Mica Capacitor, 5% Tolerance, 007-3310-049
NEW Genuine Fender 500pF 500V Silver Mica Capacitor, 5% Tolerance, 007-3310-049
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Fender Blues Deville Reissue Supreme Mod Kit by Fromel
Fender Blues Deville Reissue Supreme Mod Kit by Fromel
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Greedtone Overdrive
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2 Guitar Volume Treble Bleed Kits Cornell Dubilier Silver Mica 1000pf 220K NOS
2 Guitar Volume Treble Bleed Kits Cornell Dubilier Silver Mica 1000pf 220K NOS
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Lemco vintage NOS 430pf silver mica capacitors for amp restoration-repair-2each
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2x NOS Sangamo 750 pf 600V 2% Dipped Silver Mica Tone Capacitor Guitar Amp Mil
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2x NOS Sangamo 470 pf 500V 2% Silver Mica Tone Audio Capacitor Guitar Amp CM06FD
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2 x 220pf Upgrade Silver Mica Treble Bleed Capacitors for Guitar Covers 2 Pots
2 x 220pf Upgrade Silver Mica Treble Bleed Capacitors for Guitar Covers 2 Pots
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Keeley DS-1 Ultra Boss DS-1 Distortion Mod Guitar Pedal Bundle w/Power Supply!
Keeley DS-1 Ultra Boss DS-1 Distortion Mod Guitar Pedal Bundle w/Power Supply!
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2 x 820pf Upgrade Silver Mica Treble Bleed Capacitors for Guitar Covers 2 Pots
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Premium Guitar Volume Treble Bleed Kit for Humbucker Pickup / Silver Mica Cap
Premium Guitar Volume Treble Bleed Kit for Humbucker Pickup / Silver Mica Cap
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Marshall 50W & 100W JCM800 2204/2203 Turret Board,Mustard,Sozo,Alan Bradley
Marshall 50W & 100W JCM800 2204/2203 Turret Board,Mustard,Sozo,Alan Bradley
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Pre-Built B.Y.O.C. 5 knob Compressor (Ross Compressor)
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Silver Mica Capacitor 1000pF 500V guitar amp tone 2/$3
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Strong 1953 RCA Clear Top 6SN7GTB Amp Tube ~ Black Offset Plates
Strong 1953 RCA Clear Top 6SN7GTB Amp Tube ~ Black Offset Plates
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Marshall 1966 JTM 45/100 Super Amplifier–Replica-100 watts
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2x NOS Cornell Dubilier 510 pf 500V 5% Silver Mica Tone Capacitor Guitar Amp CDE
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Blackface Super, or Pro Reverb Capacitor Kit New!!!
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Fender Pro Jr Junior Supreme Mod Kit -  by Fromel
Fender Pro Jr Junior Supreme Mod Kit - by Fromel
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Blackface Deluxe Reverb Capacitor Kit New!!!
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4 x NOS 620pf Silver Mica Guitar Tone Upgrade Capacitors for Treble Volume Bleed
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Greedtone Tube Booster Overdrive Boost Guitar Effects Pedal - New! Free Gift!
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2 Guitar Volume Treble Bleed Kits Cornell Dubilier Silver Mica 1000pf 150K NOS
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