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One of my bands had this problem. The guy would show up for gigs with easily 15K worth of bass gear. 10, 8 and 4 string custom basses, a pedal...
I wish I had a better photo, this was the first electric I ever bought. I wanted a black Squier Tele, but they had sold the one I was looking at...
There's one at my local shop that is tempting me pretty strongly right now.
That is a sweet burst. Congratulations!
I think if you dress more like Albert King rather than Kerry King, you'll be fine.
I'm just spitballing, maybe some 500K pots would work better than the stock 250's?
I was in a hippie country band* for a while with a steel player and tried a few times. I love the sounds but there was too much going on for my...
You could put a hot humbucker under the pickguard, Esquire look, humbucker versatility.
I think if you're going to criticize Ringo's playing on a song you might want to get the title right. :)
Here's a few I haven't seen yet:
If that's not a real band name, it should be.
I have an abiding affection for Ian Drury and the Blockheads. "See my tailor, he's called Simon. I know it it's going to fit."
No shame in that game.
I saw Everclear basically at every step on their way up the ladder. First Show at the Bottleneck in Lawrence, then at the Granada Theater in...
We usually close with "Suspicious Minds" in one band, and the other one we do an extended jam on "8 Miles High", then right into "Feel A Whole Lot...
It feels only slightly different than my regular J45, but it still has the thump going on you expect from a Gibson.
New J-45 Studio Rosewood. What can I say, I'm a sucker for a Gibson Slope Shoulder.
This is not mine, mine is getting a setup right now.
If Mr. Gallagher felt the need to bolt his bridges on, I'm sure there was a good reason.
Can you really put a price on happiness?
His version of that song grooves harder than it has any right to.
Cory Wong. I don't think he has any bones in his wrist. The guy is a funk MACHINE.
This belonged to my dad, and it's my daily watch now.
My first "nice" acoustic was an Ovation Balladeer I bought in about 1987. It was lovely to play sitting down, and a beast once I stood up. Ended...
My wife and I are planning a road trip of the western states for our 25th anniversary. We're going north through Nebraska and the Dakotas, across...
You were running low on frustration in your life?