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Thanks, no its 1 mm Jim Dunlop nylon.
Blues for Clyde.
Yeah, I couldn't resist.
Great take Mark. The tone on the higher frets is super sweet. Are you playing with your fingers?
That was fun! Great quote at the end.
Here's a cool little treasure from the early '70's.....
Nice! I like the Habanera quote near the end.
One take on electric mandolin.
Here's mine. Mex Tele w/CC pkup ...
I wasn't expecting this much response. I've enjoyed listening to everybody play. It makes the backing tracks worth making. :) Mainly...
On a different note, a few years ago one of the local GCs had a used 1962 Bluesbreaker on the floor. I assume it was a reissue, not an...
A funny thing about Marshall vs the world is for example Marshall never called the Plexi a Plexi, never called greenbacks in their cabs...
It wasn’t an official name for many years; it was a colloquial term amongst guitarists. I think it was trademarked years later by...
You can call your chicken an eagle if you like, nobody's gonna stop you.
"Bluesbreaker" is a nickname for the Marshall 1962 model...