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It's lovely. My experience has been with slightly older synchromatics, I had two with the "Light Bulb" headstock, and they were both beautiful...
Here's BB pretty much nailing that sound.
The groove on that track is nothing short of incredible. Earl Palmer's drum track....man!
I had to get a new couch set after my son's pit puppy teethed on the old set. Pretty methodically destroyed a couch, love seat, chair AND ottoman....
I have a friend who has two broadcasters. One is really heavy and kind of a dog, really, the other is really light and a truly magnificent guitar.
It's in the Musical Instrument Museum in Arizona! I was very excited to see it in the flesh last Saturday!
That's the legendary John Hughey. 25 years with Conway Twitty and 20 with Vince Gill. Member of the Time Jumpers for 10 years. As good as it gets.
That also depends on the style of music you're playing.
Another vote for Monels. 12s at least.
Was the beer a Stella? Did the band play Stella by Starlight?
I have an embarrasing amount of archtops and I play them all the time. My favorites for electric archtops are 50's and 60's Gibsons.
Thank you guys for the kind words. There certainly were a lot of excellent contributions. f69tele, you put in a LOT of work! Good job!
First time caller- sloppy but one take...
After 55 years of playing, I've finally fallen in love with P90s. So, either my '52 gold top (modded with stop and a chopped ABR1) or my '55 L5...
The guitar sounds great, because you sound great! excellent video as well.