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Very cool. I have a '93 sunburst American Standard, seen in my profile pic.
Good, versatile guitars. Have fun.
To the OP: Is saving up for the Strummer model out of the question?
Great Caesar's Ghost.
That is one clean nearly 70-year-old Fender.
Play the heck out of it.
Wow, the shape of those bodies in the mid- to late 70s *really* drifted. The upper curve on that 78 Tele looks like it was shaped by a worker on a...
I used a Ragin Cajun for a lot of years in my Princeton Recording Amp. Big-sounding speaker. Plenty of headroom and overdrive is *very*...
Ron Kirn is a pretty knowledgeable guy, no doubt it.
He's pretty knowledgeable guy who uses nitro exclusively, unless someone wants something else.
The word "if" is doing *a lot* of work in that sentence.
That's a big "if." Very big.
Tell ya what: You spend your money on what you want, and...
That's really not a difficult question. At the prices Fender wants for their Tone Master amps -- and I'm sure those amps sound fine -- I am...
I knew that, which is why I didn't refer to the 68 as a "reissue."
I absolutely have no doubt these amps sound wonderful. I have six amps, and five of them are Fender. I trust these guys when it comes to tone....
But the "poly" kills the toanz, though, am I right?
Seriously, very nice Tele. Ignore all the poly undercoat lamentations.
Gibson guitar > Fender tube amp = TONE.
Congrats. Looks very cool. When you find a good one, it's really hard to go wrong with a Gibson Studio (and it's really not that hard to find a...
These statements always make me smile. I've had my DRRI for six years, and I haven't even changed the tubes. Still waiting on my first PCB...
I've had a Gold in my Princeton Recording Amp for more than a year. Good speaker.