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I'd leave it. But anyway you do it, it's going to look fantastic.
I've been GASing for a shell pink 63 for a while. But at that price it ain't gonna happen.
To really answer this question you have to have acquired a guitar because you loved the way it looks, only to hate the way it sounds.
Guitars are like people. The good-looking ones can start to look ugly really quickly if they don't make the right noises.
It works the other way...
It's not really steampunk. On steampunk creations the knobs and cogs don't do anything other than look functional while being pointless. On this...
Yeah, low action doesn't seem to help my crummy playing.
All those guitars and none of them felt right?
Wow, I'm just happy that I can afford a new guitar if I want one, and that you can get a decent...
Love the finish. Reminds me of the background in many Cezanne paintings (I like copying Cezannes. Maybe I'll do a Cezanne guitar body one day.)
It's like blues played by Sunday afternoon jazzers.
But the components are made by people, who are paid wages. And wages are lower in China. As are rents etc.
But any industry's biggest cost is...
Well obviously amps will be anteaters. Obviously.
And pedals will be piglets.
Okay, I doubt I'll write a weirder sentence all week.
Hmm, I'd prefer a Jazzencemastar
It always seemed to me that it would help if the model of the tele was actually written on the guitar somewhere.
It would save you having...
You mean cargos.
Now drop yours.