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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by ladave, Nov 10, 2017.
As it came...I mean, you would not change a single thing?
FullSizeRender (7) by TMMC posted Dec 1, 2016 at 12:34 PM
And sadly, THIS one was perfect too...then I tinkered. It's still perfect but the gorgeous tobacco burst is no longer around, and I routed the mini out for a full size in the bridge.
FullSizeRender (3) by TMMC posted Dec 1, 2016 at 12:34 PM
My ‘64 Casino, Perfect in every way... tone, feel, mojo. My only 100% stock guitar (other than having no pickguard). All original electronics.
It just does what you want a ‘64 Casino to do.
Close second is my vintage ES345 stereo. Just had a magnet flip
Wow, that is absolutely beautiful...and my birth year even!
My RK (see avatar). I wouldn’t change anything. Not one.
No. I have bought and sold 150 over the last 15 years.
Well, considering my playing is not perfect I'll stick to my unperfect guitars. We make a perfect couple!
This is hard.......I have some really , really great guitars...... They just dont work equally well for everything , all though my taste in music , AND talent arent that varied/great.... Many of us are tinkerers as well , but I'm done swapping bridge pu from one guitar to the next to make that one perfect......
I don't have that much time to p,ay with the band these days , but I always try to learn more about my gear , and bring a different guitar or amp each time , if I remember........... My drummer , wo plays guitar in other bands often ask me : You sounded great last week , why change ?
I always answer : Why not ?
BTW : At the moment , I only show up with a Tele or a Les Paul , the Strats have been left home for a long time
I'm actually considering selling a few....
Impossible. Then you would only need one guitar ever!!!
All five of my Gretsch guitars and both Rickenbackers were purchased new and arrived in perfect condition including the setup. I've owned many, many Fenders (still have more than a dozen), and they all needed some tweaking to the action.
I had an Ibanez AF-120 about 10 years ago (not an artcore) that was superb, it was second hand but everything was original and like new. No setup needed, fantastic neck, intonation, put it on the neck pickup and rolled off the tone about 95% and it was perfect (for me) jazz tone.
I haven't modified any of my guitars, I built a Tele which came out pretty close to perfect, just a happy accident.
My '06 American Series Tele. Other than having to fix the jack that was shorting out last week, it's always been perfect in every way - feel, mojo, tone, weight.
yes, all of them
I tinker therefore I am.
Les Paul R8 2007.
Telecaster Standard 60th anniversary model 2011.
They both are exactly what I was looking for in sound, playability, neck shape and weight.