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I don’t quite understand the quiz. Just want to say that the SCN’s put into the American Deluxe Teles in the early 2000’s are by far the best...
Harvest. That turned the world on to Neil Young.
After the gold rush is also a must have.
I name my guitars sequentially.
It’s a rather lazy identification system but it woks for me.
Good to hear from Becky. She’s always ready to give some good advice (and interesting history about Bill as the latest Wilde news).
I’m talking about Lawrence SCN pickups used in Am Deluxe Teles in the early 2000’s
I have Bill Lawrence pickups that Fender used for a while in the Am Deluxe Teles. They are fabulous pickups.
They are almost impossible to get...
I owned a Martin dreadnought but for some reason I was never really comfortable with it.
Traded it in on a 000-29EC and wound never get rid of...
I’m not sure if my answer applies to the US taste so all I can tell you is my Australian audience experience.
My band plays a wide variety of...
My fender Tweed Deluxe definitely. And probably my American Deluxe Tele and EJ Strat.
I’m a lucky boy.
My understanding is that three key things motivated Clapton’s move to the strat.
Yes he was influenced by Hendrix and what he was capable of...
I readily admit that I’m a big fan of Clapton and have been since I first heard the Beano album. Then Cream, then Blind Faith, then While My...
I’m not sure about the classification. I traded in a Martin D-42 on a Martin 000-28EC about ten years ago.
Very good decision.
I don’t need...
Waiting for Columbus
I’ve never played a SF Champ, Infact I’ve never seen one but
I do have a Tweed Champ and I think it’s a remarkable amp. To me, it’s like my Deluxe...
The only thing I would change on a standard Tele is to incorporate a belly contour.
I have two American Deluxe Tele’s and I like their body contours