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The EB. I think it's worth the cash.
Did changing the tube and foam made a significant difference?
Looks like an alien writing.
Very interesting, indeed. Thank you all.
Lots of his tone came from his gear. You could play a Tele on his exact gear and sound pretty much the same.
That might be an obvious question, but in this country, lacquer means a coat finish on the wood and that can be poly, nitro, or any type of resin.
The pups on the AV seem brighter than the Nocasters, and that could be perceived as louder. But also check the height as soulman said.
Lollar Vintage T.
What's the point of having too much screws?
The vintage style Teles look better.
I just bought a Fender neck. It reads on the barcode sticker: 50's TELE GLOSS N LACQUER. It's made in Mexico, vintage frets, 7.25 radius, nice...
Actually you are in the middle-life years.
You can sing based on modal settings. Explore different melodies.
I think it depends the way someone teaches you. Most academies have a very square-ish way to teach. In music there should be no rules.
Do it. It's never too late to improve your playing.
You will become a better player, for sure. Try this site: http://www.teoria.com
The best way is wiring the pups in series, and the easiest is rolling-off the tone + boost pedal.
I'd buy a Weller 40-45w.
A nice delay, obviously. TimeLine, TimeFactor or a cheap DelayLab, you choose.
Colin Greenwood, for sure.
If you are good with the size it's a fine guitar.
I like the HW1 bridge better than the normal vintage type, it's chunkier and heavier. If you want to spend a little more there's always Glendale...
Gotohs are great. Have used the vintage style type for years. No problems yet.
Thw widely available 0.047 is fine. You could also change the pots to 250k.
That's an overrated thinking.