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Unfortunately my Epi is one of the older ones with non standard spacing so the Dusenberg trem doesn't fit
which Bigsby system do I need for this?
I have one as a middle pickup in a Nashville style Tele, and have used it as a neck pickup. I like it a lot as it's sounds somewhere between a...
Generally you shouldn't need to go neat the intonation unless you change string gauge.I bought a 52 ri in 2006. I set it up then with compensated...
I saw him when I was 16 , he was the support act to Thin Lizzy on the live and dangerous tour on the home town gig in Dublin. A fantastic show
Princeton . Sounds perfect , weighs half nothing and you can mic it up for bigger gigs whenever they happen
Me too. I be a TS5 and sold the rest
You can still gig them if you mic them up and if you have a competent drummer.
Having said that if gigs get more plentiful you can justify a...
Champs are great home amps. The SF/BF ones have a great clean tone that works well with pedals.
The tweed ones have a great midrange growl...
I don't think it means anything as taste is subjective, I love listening to Hound Dog Taylor and Django Reinhardt and love playing their music....
To be fair I can't either as the pubs closed before Paddy's day
I have them on this guitar with a 4 way. They sound great, the neck sounds more like a strat than a Tele
Did some trading earlier and finally acquired a 5e3
My neighbours are commenting already
The middle setting on a Tele is one of my favourite sounds on any guitar
Had a great one years ago and foolishly sold. I recently replaced it with this Sigma
It's A7 rather than Amaj 7 in this case. You could play a regular A if you prefer. The minus sign means minor
My mandolin and octave mandolin
I use my with the drive at about 9 . It gives a boost with a little bit of grit, it works great into clean or dirty amps
Because they have the confidence to do it
Fender amps got Reverb in the 60s but Marshalls didn't typically have them. When you think of the genres associated with each you can see where...