To the average person, guitars are merely a six-string instrument typically played with fingers or picks, are generally made of wood, and make cool sounds. To musicians, guitars are much more than that; they are, undoubtedly, the most fascinating instrument ever created. Its musical potential is basically unlimited and can be used in nearly every genre of music.
1. Fender HSS Stratocaster is an American-made special series electric guitar that makes sounds only angels could mimic. However, there are three series of this guitar: the American Standard, the American Deluxe, and the American Special; we like the Special. This guitar includes all of the popular features of the Standard, but is characterised by:
An additional bonus to this series is the Grease bucket tone circuit which allows for accentuating high sounds without them sounding muffled or unclear. It’s extremely flexible and is capable of a diverse range of sounds.
2. Gibson es335 VSB is an electric guitar that has been used and loved by many famous musicians since its production in 1958. Refined and enhanced, this musical breakthrough is still proving to be one of many musicians’ top-picks. A hollow-body electric guitar, the Gibson es335 is a classic guaranteed to please.
Its features include:
The high-quality construction of this particular guitar is evident through not only its visual appeal, but its overall performance and usability.
3. Ibanez Prestige guitar is another one of our electric favourites. We love these for their ultra-thin and incredibly flat necks, their heavy metal tones, and their exceptional playing comfort. Manufactured in Japan, these guitars contain:
This series of guitars, introduced in 1987, are built with only the highest-quality wood and mechanics making them perfect for shredding out even the hardest of tunes.
Whether you want to let your inner rock star run wild or play with new, heavier sounds, Fender HSS Stratocaster, Gibson es335 VSB, and Ibanez Prestige guitar are electric guitars guaranteed to knock your socks off! Literally. We’ve seen it happen.
Did You Know?
The biggest air-guitar ensemble was 2,377 participants, and was held at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino in Highland, California on 22 September 2011.