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It’s only taken me 13 years to discover this thread. :p
I have 1959, for my birth year.
I’m using it on Big Sur. No issues at all.
Blue sparkle alert! :). Not a thinline though....
You know you are getting bad when you spend 5 minutes looking for your car keys, and look down and see you had them in your hand the whole time.
My grandma tried to convince me KISS stood for "Kings In Satanic Service". I still loved her.
Here are my Genuine Non Fake Gibsons
1969 SG Standard: Paid $125.00 for it in 1975 at Playground Music in Pensacola Fl. Saved my paper route...
Looks awesome. Has a 50's Atomic retro look to it.
Thank you very much muscmp!
Black, cause it adds more contrast than white.
Haven't played my Tele in ages. Been enjoying my Godin Multiac SA. Here's 2 tunes, one by Paul Yandell, Chet's right hand man for 25 years, and...
Here's a great example of drop D tuning. Jerry Reed's "Struttin' "
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2004 Classic '50s with black guard.
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I'm sure he sounded just like himself on that Gibby.
LOL, Ottawa didn't choke, Anaheim just flat out kicked their poor whiney arses. And uhhh...in case you haven't heard, "Mighty" got axed from the...
This is what you want. The one in the blue package. It has a matte finish so it doesn't shine, you can't even tell it's on your nails. Works...
Scotty's actually an alien from the planet Zelbar.
It's an "MIA" = Made in Atlanta :cool:
Nice looking, except for that ugly bird beak headstock.
I feel for you. If it had been mine, this thread would be titled "Death of a Bass Player".
Wonder if it comes with a COA? :rolleyes:
Here is the online lesson from Thom Bresh with audio and tabs. It teaches you the basics of Travis picking, and also some real advanced fancy...
Aw...come on man, that Waylon pick just confirms it's the real deal. :razz:
I'm pretty sure Brent uses the blue Herco flatpick/thumbpick. Herco Thumbpicks