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Violin or Viola.
What a stunning guitar!
Congratulations, and best wishes for a long and musical partnership between
the two of you.
You've come to the right place for general information and (especially) opinions.
Not to confuse things further, but have you considered trying to
find an Ibanez Joe Pass model? It's quite the jazz box.
Otherwise, I'd choose...
... and I was thinking Freddie, Albert and B.B.
All gone now, sadly.
Not so stupid, william tele.
I recall many Elvis Presley movie scenes where there's black tape over the logos on (usually) Harmony arch tops.
Best (in terms of fun to drive, cheap and easy to work on) was a 1972 Datsun 510.
It lasted me into the 1990s. Sadly, late in its life it began to...
I had a similar situation two years ago. I obtained a premium cable, just because I normally wouldn't
spend that kind of money on myself.
I'd have say it was an MIJ Epiphone acoustic (circa 1972) that had that particular bolt-on neck, four crews into what
appeared to be a large neck...
Glad to see somebody mention Southern Culture on the Skids.
Cheap Motels has some cool tremolo, but I wouldn't call it a famous song.
Welcome from one of the many Texans on this site!
This reminds me of that scene in the Sun Studio in Walk the Line where the actor playing Sam Phillips
gives the auditioning Johnny Cash that...
It sounds like you're at the end of the road with this particular guitar, but you have some options here.
Only you know if you really want to...
Well, I like it.
Nobody asked me, but I like the white pearloid.
Everything just works so well together.
You shouldn't have to go all the way through, just deep enough to seat the sleeve or bushing.