I dunno. I’d expect an original to be a lot more boogery colored. Plus, poly doesn’t wear like that, and the finish doesn’t look nearly thick enough for a 70s Fender.
All else looks legit. A peek in the neck pocket and at the neck heel will confirm.
Indoors, in a case, with the strings slacked should be fine. A bolt on solid body isn’t anywhere near as sensitive to environment as an acoustic. I’d expect a bit of easily remedied fret sprout when you finally do retrieve it, but not much else.
This has to be one of the greatest live performances ever filmed. The Who were at their best when they were a wily gang of reckless hooligans breaking stuff.
I also love how they legendarily blew foppish dandies the Rolling Stones out of the room.
Well, obviously it’s “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” :D
The riff, the vocal, the vamp out with the sax and guitar….Iconic
And yeah, “Shattered”, “Street Fighting Man”, “B!tch”, “Brown Sugar”, “Heartbreaker”, “Wild Horses”, “Little T&A”, etc
But I don’t believe this one has been mentioned. I...
You start with an unbridled love of the instrument as a piece of art and engineering. Couple that with a love for building and taking things apart. Add in a bit of perfectionism and a ton of patience. Cobble together a few specialized tools and supplies (many of which you’ll have to make...
In my experience, here’s what you can expect from sub $100 dollar Chinese necks:
- Garbage fret work
- Heels that don’t even come close to fitting in a standard pocket
- If finished, totally gobbed up with poly. If unfinished, loaded with scratches and tooling marks.
- A worthless, poorly...
It's not the bands themselves that I'm sick of...there's plenty of great music to be had from all of them. It's the station's programming that sucks.
Before I had satellite/Apple Music/Spotify access in my car I'd toggle through all the various radio stations in my area until I found something...