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If he were a famous builder - sure. In this case, probably not. You could even argue that the first one was the worst he ever made, because each...
There's a country song in this story :cool:
Wow, nice design!
Those hipshot tuners are cool. What's with the controls? No tone control? Is that a 3-way switch or were some other tricks added to it?
Interesting guitar, the back looks like it was flooded or something?
Nice, Rob! Can't wait to install your Firebird in the neck position of my partscaster. It's waiting patiently on the shelf at the moment.
Try adding some fried apples to it!
I can't stand the colour of maple necks on most guitars that Fender is selling now, especially non-CS. Much too pale / whitish / yellowish for me...
All lovely body colours, though my slight preference would be sonic blue.
The price seems pretty high to me, for the US, isn't it? I would pass on that one, to be honest. Although, out of curiosity, I'd be interested in...
Truss rod adjustments are NOT the way to perform action adjustments - but to assure proper geometry of the neck. Slight change in the action is a...
The new stuff can be truly appalling, regardless of the price. The older stuff, though...
Great job - and the copyright stuff on YouTube is plain crazy, where is fair, educational use where you need it? BigTech is governing itself as...
Like the one saying that your cash is worth less and less by the day?
That's a great colour combination!
A bit expensive and not that popular, but my Blackstone MOSFET Overdrive gets me there - with pretty much any amp and any guitar.
Don't write off the whiteguards!
Pretty heavy modding to this tele - am I correctly seeing 3 pickups, with HB in the middle position? Not that common in the early 70's, right?
That neck! But yeah, over 10 grand?
This one looks like one of the cheapos - to me the giveaway are always the tuning machines.
Oh, how verrry nice! Any sound samples, by any chance?
That's on my list when I get to more ambient stuff at some point, enjoy!
I've met her in London just before she "made it". She knows what she's doing and she's very persistent, can't deny that. I respect her for that.
Sounds like my Wilde (Bill Lawrence) Keystones neck pickup.
@Dave Yeats, have you ever finished this project? I am pretty curious how it turned out.