Actually, in December 2020 I saw and heard someone with a G & L ASAT while livestreaming a church service. It was what I really wanted for a long time. No one carries G & L, and I was not going to order anything. I have to play it first.
I veered toward an HH Player Strat. I love it and have...
I joined in January 2021 and did not own a Fender Telecaster at the time. The only Fender product I had was a P-bass, not counting my Squier Strat.
I got a Player Tele in January 2022, a year and 12 days after coming here.
I love my Telecaster.
To put it another way, people presenting worship music should SHOW what joy it gives them.
Even in a "traditional" service. One of the violinists in our church orchestra, an young teenage girl, often smiles big while playing. And sings along when her violin part has rests.
It's a blessing to serve.
Ok, I'm not really a worship player like the rest of y'all, but I do take my acoustic guitar out to a Senior Living Center lead the music out there once or twice a month. And I enjoy it. We sing out of hymnals from 1991, usually songs that had also appeared in the...
Well, there's "Poem 58," from their debut album, when they were known as the Chicago Transit Authority. It's a trio for 4 minutes and about 51 seconds. Guitar, bass, and drums. Take a listen.
But I still like the horn parts at about seven minutes in.
I think that, whatever one's spouse's first name is, if it's also a song title, then that should be one's best song title ever.
If your wife's name is Sherry, then "Sherry." The 4 Seasons had a song by that title.
If it's Anna, then the Arthur Alexander song that was covered by the Beatles.
Just found this thread. I got my Player HH Tele in January of this year. When I opened this thread I was surprised to find some Tidepool Blue HH Teles with Maple Fretboards just like mine.
It's a great guitar. I can play it better than any other guitar I have ever had.