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When I was growing up in 1970s Scotland, country music wasn't big in a chart-bothering way, with the exception of the occasional Dolly Parton...
Tatsu Mikami from Church of Misery
My Telecaster has no original parts.
It started as a Classic Vibe 50s (the white one). First I swapped the neck with a Fender Blacktop Tele and...
I had one on my wrist. I hit it with the neck of my Tele, it didn't come back.
I just bought a Les Paul Standard, it's a 2013 model. I like it a lot. [ATTACH]
I think someone mentioned Fret King already but here's a picture of the Esprit III. I used to have the single P90 model, it was a great guitar...
Glad you like it! It's a vinyl sticker I found on Ebay.
For me it's bridge position 93% of the time (wired to tone control at around 6), neck position 3%, middle 2% and the in between settings 1% each.
My Bad Cat Siamese Drive
I've been using my Amersoundican (that's what it says!) into a ZT Lunchbox for a while. I don't use a clean sound but for a Fendery crunch it's great.
Then there's Church of Misery low!
Use whatever you like, only guitar nerds will be able to tell (after they've had a look at your pedal board).
I replaced the tiny buttons with nice chunky ones. [ATTACH]
Ooh! That's a big word!
Definitely a Tumnus clone.
Usually folk position but occasionally classical if I'm attempting something complicated.
I sit down to play acoustic and stand up for electric.
I'll stick my neck out and say The Night Watch would be a great introduction to 70s Crimso.
I never play bum notes but I have been known to "go modal" occasionally.
Westone Thunder 1A, a Christmas present in 81 or 82. I sold it to a friend who sold it to someone else and I managed to get it back a couple of...
New album Pacific Daydream out now.
I like them all. Any shape, any colour. But no more than 6 strings. Unless it's one of these.[IMG]
I can spend hours swapping amps and pedals, tweaking knobs in a search for the perfect sound.
Played four gigs over the last few days. At two I...