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As far as I can hear from your video- yes! It was a bad 6V6 in your case?
Argh... there is a strange noise from my new Fender 65PRRI:
while fretting a high „f“ on the G- or the D-string a strange and short...
Neck thickness affects the tone heavily on a Telecaster.
That’s obviously true, but not what I‘ve meant.
It‘s primarily about dry denim that turns out into a second skin due to wearing.
Wear dry selvage denim. There are a lot of cool brands doin‘ real vintage stuff besides Levis Vintage Clothing (and regular Levis are cheap far...
No worries, but I‘d simply like to know if they’ll sound significantly different.
Cool job, congrats! Can‘t go wrong with quality hardware from Rutters, Glendale or Callaham!
Any side by side review (video) of the Princeton 65 Reverb Reissue vs. the vintage original available? I can‘t seem to find any...
This is my new...
The last thing you should do are more than 2-3 wraps on a tuning post.
Yes, as said above Glendale and I‘d bet Dale won‘t sell anything cheap or fragile.
For any alternative poodle case make sure they‘re nitro-safe!...
For me the receipt light body+fat neck=fantastic tone works perfect. My Thinline (swampash/maple top) is about 5.6 lbs, my Esquire (alder)
Also outa topic...but check the SWART STR Tweed if 5 loud watts are enough. Those amps are unbelieveable!
As said before somewhere here, I‘d bet there are 10000 wonderful „partscasters“ out there, made with knowledge and love and for sure better than...
„Each Nash T-52 is built by hand, so each one is completely unique.“
Thanks for all the replies. So every luthier/builder/assembler who put licensed necks on bodies for commercial use is hurting Fenders copyright?
Wouldn’t it be better for Gibson to build good guitars? Just stumbled over this
...the worst relic job I‘ve seen for a long time.
That looks great, well done!
Concerning Telecasters I personally prefer TusqXL nuts for their wonderful tone and their consistent material.
One question about „Fender licensed“-necks:
is a luthier allowed to build and sell T-types with a licensed neck (for example from Warmoth) and the...
That looks very nice, but that decal is wrong!
That’s good oldskool guitar playin from a great cool guy! Thanks for sharing!
It‘s the particular finish I guess.
Most Guitar stands are not nitro-safe, too bad. Maybe it‘s a kind of lacquer that never really cures...Is the...
Tuning issues are in most cases poor stringing and/or a poor slotted nut. Third suspect is the bridge.
There is no need to invent the wheel twice.