I buy the Impossible Burger patties from Costco. I think they are pretty good to be honest. It's not quite like eating a real burger, but for someone who no longer eats beef, it scratches the itch pretty well.
The fact this is still up on the site after 22 hours is another red flag. You have to figure the seller has received multiple inquiries on this guitar, possibly several offers as well given the low price.
As others have said, the guitar in the photo may well be legit but I don't think the...
He has all the candy and the COA...but I do agree the headstock that is a bit strange...but it could just be the angle / photo. Here is a side by side of an image pulled from Fender's website for the American Ultra:
You're essentially saying NO YOU CAN'T throughout this entire thread by rejecting nearly everyone's suggestions. It's too this or that, too much of a downer, not hip enough, too pop, too challenging. Christ.
I would argue blues-jam-rock with lots of guitar noodling and solos isn't currently in-style...but it does have a niche crowd. I don't know that it was ever really in-style aside from a brief period between the late 60s and mid 70s.
A stadium sized crowd showed up to see the Foo Fighters (one of the most popular bands in the world) and Jimmy Page (a living legend of rock music).
Your cover band could do nothing but Foo Fighters and Zeppelin songs, play them note for note like the record, and you won't draw even a...
Honestly, everything you've ruled out is what I would expect to hear if I was seeing a classic rock cover band. What you're proposing to play (with the exception of Free, maybe) would leave me a bit underwhelmed.
Of course, I'm a gen-Xer, so maybe I'm out of touch...but does the younger...
My wife and I were on vacation in Vegas and went to a Ringo Starr & His All Star Band show at an intimate theater, maybe 1200 seats or so. Sitting 8th row right in the center. The show was on my wife's birthday, and being we are both massive Beatles fans we thought it would be a great way to...
It's very possible Leo invented it...but I'd be really interested to know the radius of the Paul Bigsby Merle Travis guitar that Leo borrowed and studied before releasing his Broadcaster design.
On a side note, I love the 7.25" radius on Fenders. Accept no substitute!
One benefit to living in a cold weather state is we don't have to deal with poisonous snakes...or poisonous anything for that matter. I guess we have a small amount of rattlesnakes but it's not something anyone is concerned with. You don't really have to watch out for them when hiking, etc.