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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Wyzsard, Apr 20, 2011.
My three short-scale guitars:
And all headless!
I've got a Rickenbacker 325 "Hamburg" in the natural finish. It is a beautiful instrument and represents a truly special part of
history of rock and roll.
Speaking of Short Scale Teles, here's my Landing Custom Mocha Tele bass, with a single Darkstar pickup & Hipshot tuners. The photo doesn't do the deep, translucent, mocha finish justice...you can see the grain in the right light.
I finally remembered to post a picture of my 1967 Bronco. I got the trem issues sorted out. It was assembled wrong. It has original electronics, pick guard, bridge, knobs, tuners, etc. Someone removed the paint and Bronco graphics on the headstock.
A few more pics.
Fender Duo-Sonic sighting!
The Continentals: Thunderbird (Ted Mack Show, July 9, 1961)
Haha, L7 cameraman focuses on singer dancing, during guitar solo!
In other news, I finally got round to putting a decal on the headstock of my 1960 Duo-Sonic.
A pair of Peavey 23.5" scaled guitars, my T15 and my T30.
Cool old 1960s Mustang sighting! The Seeds!
Not sure if I’m trying to talk myself into or out of buying a refinished ‘57 Musicmaster.
Hey Titan, Would you even consider selling me the saddles in your T30 bridge if I paid your price AND sent you another floating 1 piece bridge (like in your T15)? I have a T15 I want to convert to Lefty. I can play around the knobs, but the 1 piece floating bridge is a problem. I'm dead serious.
I regret selling my MIJ Mustang. That is all.
I have a Squier Mini-Strat, but I almost never use it.
EDIT: I just turned 2000 posts and became a Friend of Leo's, woohoo.