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Like rosewood but ok with maple as long as it has a very light finish. Thick poly is a no no for me.
Louisiana’s most popular are Abita and Dixie coming in at a very distant 2nd.
Very well made guitars. I have owned quite a few over the years. I think the pickups sound good. Not vintage, but good. I do like the neck carve...
I have a set in an old Ibanez SZ the I refinished and I am quite happy with them. Sure there are better pickups for much more money.
I know most of you don’t know of him or about his guitar building skills. Gerard Melancon owner of Melancon Guitars passed away late last week....
I can say I miss those 8 track days. They were much easier times, and good times for me. Sorry it was not so good for your buddy’s brother.
Someone hit the jackpot. Go buy a lottery ticket. Any nice tele body’s routed for humbuckers with tummy and forearm cuts you need to re-gift;)
All look nice but that redwood tele is the extremely nice. No paint please. Something to show the grain.
Chanceaux - Lucky in Cajun French.
But Gracie is cool.
I own this. Still don’t know what I am putting into it. Will fit P90’s, mini hums or hum buckers. Made for P90’s though. [ATTACH]
Milo prefers Godin.
Only have one and sadly it will be up for sale soon[ATTACH]
There is also one called Jatoba. It doesn’t really bother me what type of wood it is as long as it doesn’t have a thick coat of poly on it. And...