Metal Guitarist Forums banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-8 of 8 Results
  1. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    I thought my Barrington looked a bit boring so I rockahammered a pickguard for it! :flex: I really think it works better with the black headstock!
  2. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    LOOK!!! I'm thinking of scraping off the purple and WOALLA getting another white guitar!!! :flex:
  3. General Music Discussion
    Well, I did like 10 or so takes before I got a decent recording and it still sounded in tune (most strings was green when checking too) so I guess it actually works now!!!:flex: However, if I put my guitar aside for a while and come back, all strings are sharp? :scratch: Anybody know how that...
  4. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    STILLLLLLLLL Floyd tuning problems (SOLVED!) (yes, I've set up several OFR and Gotoh floyds to work PERFECTLY) The Manowarcaster and the Barrington had new Gotoh Floyds installed, and at first they didn't keep tuning at all so I: Put new springs in Made sure necks was tight etc etc etc (yes...
  5. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    NRLBD stands for "New relocated bridge day" :flex: Because this fucker had the bridge too far back and I couldn't intonate the damn A-string with my regular 010-046 strings. Half-decently playing some harmonies on top of the solo on Grave Diggers "Ride On" !!!!! :idea: I also put on a new...
  6. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    A couple of weeks ago I sent my "new" Barrington for a refret, and when I got it back and tuned it up my first impressions was: 1. Action too high 2. D-string buzzing on open note 3. Sharp fret ends on 1st fret So, I tried to lower the briged a bit becuase it was unplayable for me, strings...
  7. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    Here's my new Barrington Magenta monster(can't spell magenta without man.) When I saw the initial picture it was in a dark room and appeared red... Anyways... She's a real interesting piece, has a Scott Ian pickup in the bridge, (I believe a gotoh) Floyd rose, and surprisingly a telecaster-like...
  8. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    Here's one more I snagged because I was hypnotized by the awesome BLUE. Barrington guitars were based out of Illinois tho the guitars were made in Japan. Not much info on them besides that they had a lower level guitar series called FOXXE and they may have possibly been bought up by Kramer...
1-8 of 8 Results