Written on: 11/05/2012 by lasvegasgeorge
I'm an Acoustic Guitar player for over 20 years and recently I was looking to finally learn how to play the Electric Guitar, mostly learn how to play Leads and Riffs etc.. I shopped the Large Guitar stores then pawn shops. I was looking for Guitar 'Feel, Weight, Neck, String Action. Few Electric Guitars felt adequate, usually something was off like the strings were too high on the upper frets, the fret bars had burrs on them and not smooth (new guitars mind you), and the sound was hum drum... (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2009
i bought a strat shape hricane yesterday! it realy nice
but one of the 3 mid-range pikups is not working
still it sounds gud and is really a fair value for the money (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2009
I have a 1988 Sunburst Hurricane Telecaster by Morris, its in perfect condition and I adore it, lovely tone and the neck is brilliant - think I paid £120 for it then, served me well and still sounds nice. Anybody know any history on this guitar? (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2008 by Mike SB
I bought my Hurricane Telecaster new about 1976, cream with black pickups. I've used it fairly regularly since then; my son is using it now for his music course at 6th form collage. I love playing it and wouldn't sell it. Be interested to know what they are worth now though.
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Written on: 31/05/2008 by stua (1 review written)
I have a hurricane vivian flying v. It rules play like a pro, solo is easy with the fret board. I love it , but I need to know its value and history can anybody help? (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2006 by Knuklhed (1 review written)
I purchased the Morris Hurricane guitar as a back up in 1989 after seeing marty friedman of cacophony with it. Turned out to shred nicly. I did mod the bridge to an EMG act 81. I love it. Nice bite. Love to see others out there kept them going. (read more)
Written on: 14/06/2006 by John G R (2 reviews written)
I had my black Hurricane Telecaster under my bed for 12 years before I started getting into it; I think it's probably a mid to late 80s vintage. Now, I know what I have missed. If it were lighter I would rate it 9. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2006 by Slimbo
Morris Hurricane - This is a workhorse and with a good set of either SDs or Dimarzios it rocks hard clean or distorded. PAFs suit this guitar and when wired right using quality cable it sings. (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2004 by NreeK
My first electric guitar was a Morris Hurricane Stella (Stratocaster). It weighed 2 times that of a Strat and sounded half the volume and sound quality on the bridge pickup. I've just pulled it ou of the shed all these years later (19 years later) and am about to restore it (hopefully to better condition than it ever was). I wouldn't sell this guitar for anything as it has too much sentimenal value. I'll let my son play it so he won't touch my Gibson 345! (read more)
Written on: 24/03/2004 by The Hooded Claw (36 reviews written)
I got my Morris Hurricane years ago. I had never heard of the make then and I have never heard of it since.
However, the red Les Paul copy has done me proud over the years - it did for a number of student bands.
Quality - good. Very solid body. Fret board was (is) decent enough considering the price I paid. Pickups clearly are not top range but play it loud and everything's fine!
It hasn't worked for the last 6 years - electrical issues I haven't got around to sorting out. (read more)
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