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Peavey Renown 400.......600 in...210 out
It has always pissed me off when somebody tries to sell a $100 for $500 just because somebody defaced it with their signature.
There needs to be a thumbs down button.
To me a harder could sustain a little better and a soft wood could damper it a little but that's affecting the strings, not the electronics.
My SX hands down. I like it better right out of the box than I did the 83 American Fender I used to have.
A guitar's solid body is simply a place to mount the electronics. It does nothing else.
My step-dad used regular bar soap.
There's a couple on Reverb going for $800 plus.
Solid body electrics I'd buy online all day long but probably not an acoustic.
It depends on how fat the neck is. Personally since I like a fat neck I'd probably pick the Baja..
A = Fender Baja '50s maple neck...
My preference is two but for no other reason than the only American Tele (an 83) had two.
Pretty much any of the older Peaveys like the Special 130 and others and you can't kill them.
Try a new volume pot. It sounds like the only thing you haven't tried.
I almost always run both on my "Tele". I still get a good "twang" and the tone knob really dials in something else when I need it.
My SX has a chunky neck straight out of the box and I love everything else about it too. It's what Rondo advertises as a Furrian but it says VTG...
My first Tele was an 83 and I didn't even know some were string through. I didn't find that out until around 30 years later.
Wood might make a little difference on a solid body when it's plugged in but when you plug it in and turn on the amp you might barely notice a...
I store it on a shelf in a woodworking clamp to take the tension off.
The company I worked for went to hell for the same reasons. It was a company founder by engineers and technicians who had a specific goal in mind...
I've owned three T-style guitars. A 1983 Telecaster made in USA A Squier Bullet made in Indonesia and an SX made in China. In my honest opinion...
I'm not a tube snob and have always liked Peavey amps. They were the objects of my dreams back in the 60s and 70s when I was growing up. While...
I bought a Peavey Renown 400 which is 210 Watts through 2 12" Scorpion speakers for $53 at auction. People don't show much love for these but if...
The guy who lived across the road from me in 69 or 70 restored an older Guild and it was the best sounding acoustic guitar I ever heard..I owned a...
Since you don't need much just go to the auto parts store and get some of those little rolls or 18 or 20 gauge wire in different colors.