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I started with Schaller and after about five years of contending with them falling apart, I went to Dunlop and have never had a single problem...
if that were my project I would buy a pre-made Formica countertop (Home Depot/Lowe's), cut it to length, iron on the two ends, and cut a hole for...
If the E string makes a pinging sound when you're tuning it, that means it's sticking in the nut.
That's pretty much what the Loudness switch (popular on stereo systems in the 80s and 90s) did: it reconfigured the EQ to a "mid-scoop" profile,...
For my money--Thijs Van Leer.
Jan Akkerman was shredding before it was even a word associated with guitar players.
WHAT a band!
Of course he was joking. You don't need to be an engineer to design a speaker cabinet :D
Rotate the speaker and drill new holes. Sounds like the original holes were either stripped or were drilled too large.
Shivaree: not exactly a riff, but Duke McVinnie's single-notes break here is stupid simple...and it kills.
Fender made one for a few years (Tele-Sonic...and the Strat-o-Sonic). It had a wrap-tail bridge and a Les Paul control scheme.
Love her stuff!
She appears to me to be the kind of woman that most guys think would be a cool girlfriend, but after about three days of that...
I have no pics...I did two of these in the 80s, and used CA on the joints (from the inside) to lock the panels together so they wouldn't buzz....
You mean how that voice sounds less Autotuned than most pop music these days?
It's not a crooked pickguard, and it's not a tweaked neck when the strings are properly lined up at the heel and you have this to look at. The...
Well, it wasn't until 1893 that Leroy P. Weatherstrip invented a draft-proof door.
Heels on shoes: a sure bet the 'technical advisor' on...
I noticed this last week.
I suspect ad revenue is increased when a link takes you to the photo host's Website--rather than just the image....
You will not get "full bodied" sound from a speaker cabinet playing quietly because of how human hearing works; mids and bass drop off quickly as...
It's goofy as hell that something like this is so visually apparent and Fender still considers it "good enough" to let out of the factory.
There's a similar animal in Africa called the rock hyrax. It's a sort of cross between a rabbit and a squirrel, about the size of an American...
Yes I have. You stand the box on its end and a Champ-size chassis fits in most of these crates with a 10" speaker.
That's a polyester finish. Polyurethane does not fracture like that.
A spot finish in a color gradient area like that is extremely difficult to...
Lots of manufactures do that.
I should of said something earlier.
1t's a 100% certainty the neck is not Fender (several giveaways) and neither is the body.
As time marches on, people point out the things the...
I think that first one is a G demolished.