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I'd guess whichever has the biggest population. I'm sure Tennessee has a lot per capita though.
I love the DeAngelico headstock. Knew an old guy with a vintage '40s New Yorker. It was stunning. Most beautiful inlays I've ever seen.
I like it. Not into the red, but it looks simple and cool.
Damn, I remember thinking they were ancient at the time. Great music, I still love it.
I've got a MIM Cabronita. Easily one of my favorite guitars. I'd pick one up because until they start making more they're gonna get more scarce...
Awesome! Very jealous here. Beatiful workmanship.
I had a '94 USA Hamer Special for about 20 years. Only guitar I've ever regretted selling....
All my guitars had them back in the '80s, and then I got sick of the tuning and stringing issues. Yeah, they're stable - once you get them there....
Blackstar HT Studio 20
Fender Super Champ XD
Peavey Bandit 112
'81 Fender Bassman 135
I did a lot of research a few years back when I was in the market for a semi-hollow. Go used and you can get a good quality player. Here's what...
IMO they're all pretty ugly except the Tele with the two humbuckers and small pickguard. Those are the only one's I'd want to own.
My mother went all nuts with the stuff, found out one of our ancestors was William of Orange. Pretty sure so are millions of others. It don't mean...
Unless you're a young whippersnapper with a strong back and don't care about lugging a heavy amp around, keep the AC15.
Pretty much irrelevant are the wood and finish.
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As for the guitar, I do like it. Looks very cool - but I won't buy a guitar that won't sit flat on it's bottom ever...
Yeah, is it "tock-a-meanie" or "take-a-mine?"