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Google "Dominick Ramos" - definitely a big name in the pickup world, albeit not as frequently heard as some.
Enjoy your trip to Lark Street, @Charlodius ! And let us know how it went, obviously ;)
Nevermind the guitar and the book. You wife is the real MVP here, it seems :)
If they are older than the real deal? Rolling Tombstones.
Ron Kirn is a class act and I dare say nobody on this forum would oppose that.
Yeah, it is a barncaster for sure. That's why I like it :) Fender should do a finish like that.
The more I look at this guitar, the more attractive I find it. If I was to play it, I would leave the finish as is - I dig it!
This is crazy. Too bad there are no vintage guitar finds like that in Central Europe, with the Iron Curtain and all...
Seems like you might try selling them here ;)
Thanks for all the suggestions, TDPRIers! Seems like I'll go down the TBX tone control route.
If you want a not too big amp for jazz that works well with humbuckers, I say try the '68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb.
I need more treble! My partscaster is a rather dark guitar. I have Keystone pickups and like their tonality a lot, but I'm using low-wattage...
This is a good video. I'd love to see some grounding approaches discussed.
Tuner definitely. I would say EQ too. Something to get the sound you want in different rooms.
Congratulations, @TheGoodTexan ! I feel sorry for you already :p
I've seen these guitars on eBay and thought the prices were outrageous.
I like to have the volume available on 5E3. Lovely cleans, if you know how to use the interactive pots. I have an efficient speaker (Red Fang,...
I guess any of the 75 versions could work, really.
And I was thinking just recently how complex (or simple) such a circuit would be. Terrific stuff, @robrob ! I seem to be catching the amp...
Better late than never, @6stringvet . I have long forgotten this question of mine and now I can be surprised by Ford / Frisell collaboration once...
I have a Rothwell Love Squeeze. Recently I've been experimenting with removing it from the board. It does thicken the tone a bit, in addition to...
Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks
But the forum does work quickly and smoothly now. Having complained about slow access, it is only fair to say: 'Great job!' to those who took care...
I remember this one well - this was one of the first clips with Keystone pickups from Bill Lawrence.