My family also recently moved into a 50s built home. It is interesting how code was didferent back then compared to the present. Thank you for the asbestos mention. I will be mindful when I do my DIYs in the coming months and years.
A problem we had so far was qith the sewer lines as they were...
I may be different... would you consider a modeler? The new mid to high-end ones now are incredible! It will give you all the effects, amplifiers, cab, and mic placement simulations. They're also a great interface when you start recording on your computer. If you don't gig, playing through...
I think you got it in the wrong order. It should be a law or dentistry degree before you own one ☺!
I love my PRS. It doesn't have birds, but I cared less if it had. It plays really well and very comfortable to play too!
Me too! Until I leanred that guitars came in different scale lengths! Embarrassing. There was no internet back then. Sinve then, I have found my comfortable string gauges for a particular scale length.
After trying a lot of kinds, I have settled with and used for years the Marvel strap locks.
I have also recently tried the cheaper $3.99 D'Addario dual lock which is also a cable holder and it is awesome!
Being a Subaru person, I am excited with the EV Subaru Solterra which has the outdoor person in mind.
Congratulations TS! We're toying with the idea, but our concern is that we long drive a lot and need AWD living in the snow belt.
Save a little bit more, and get the Boss GT-1. It's a lot more updated than those choices.
It has a looper, it's an interface for recording, can be connected to your computer for more tone shaping, and all the effects you need plus more. Then, save up for an frfr cab and you're done. Well...
I feel the same sentiment. Why do kids have access to these things anyway? I bet they are having fun seeing what happens when they do these things, such as school shutdown/closure, police/fire department visitations, and etc. I know that some kids actually do this when just because they forgot...