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I play on the UK country covers circuit, and it's rare to find a steelie that isn't also a tidy lead guitarist.
Here's the latest iteration of my country 'board:
Obviously I reserve the right to change any part of it on a whim...
Not in the case of the one I (briefly) had.
As mentioned here, I returned a Supro Tremolo because although it sounded fantastic, it was excessively hissy. The UK distributor said:
Just had another play through it, and I have to say I really like it. The tremolo is good but not as swampy-sounding as the Dano Cool Cat.
I have 3 'boards, and for the last 10 years have had a Dano on my main (large) board - originally a Tuna Melt, then a Cool Cat, which is basically...
You may or may not agree!
A recollection later surfaced - it was very soft-sounding, with no Tele bite.
I tried the 3-pickup signature in a shop maybe 20 years ago. I wasn't impressed with that one, but given the time elapsed, I can't remember why!
This guy says it all.
I changed my bass guitar finger-picking technique about 5 years ago and never looked back. By that time I had already been playing fingerstyle...
I tried a Schecter Custom Shop PT, and even with 2 single-coils it exuded maximum rock - very loud and aggressive sound.
Custom Shop '52 Heavy Relic (about $3k?)
Or how about this Tom Anderson T. in Butterscotch: