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Don't loose your patience with them.
YES. My favorite trem. Deeper and yet more capable of subtlety. Mine has rock solid tuning stability.
Wraptail LPs and SGs with P90s are hard to beat.
That looks fantastic. I have the same Jazzmaster - hard to beat!
I love that places like Sweetwater and Wildwood show photos of the exact guitar you're ordering along with it's weight. I've been on the hunt for...
This is how I set mine too - flush with the pickguard.
I have an 000-15. You won't regret that purchase.
After the Goldrush, Rust Never Sleeps, Live Rust, Decade.
I picked up this 000-15 two years ago for cheap. It's a very sweet sounding guitar and extremely comfortable. I grab it before anything else.[ATTACH]
I can clearly see where a middle pickup was installed yet everyone is calling it a "stash hole." More romantic I guess - plus I hate middle pickups.
An Esquire and a 330! Throw in a nice Martin and that's all you need.
I'm not sure what it all means but I know I'd have enjoyed playing that for 30+years. So cool!
Prices on used guitars are sky high across the board. This is in large part due to the lack of availability of new guitars. Try to buy a new...
They turn up regularly on FB Marketplace and Craigslist. I bought one two years ago in great shape for around $250. You should be able to find...
The current crop of Jrs and Specials are fantastic guitars. I made a pig of myself.[ATTACH]
The neighbors three streets away.
Ha! In the band I play in - the Princeton is the "loud" amp. A PR can wail!
Play drums. Then a tele or SG Jr through a loud Princeton Reverb.
I've never had a problem with Fender nitro reacting to a stand or strap or case. Gibson nitro is another story. I've seen vinyl straps react with...
I LOVE SGs!
I love this version:
Greenfield MA is a nice town in Western MA. Couple of venues there. Nice art/music scene. My band played there once before all this.
Oh, what a shame. True giant.
I'm not familiar with that bridge but if the saddles aren't hight adjustable you could always shim the neck forward a hair.