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I love my 990s. Now that the normcore hipsters wear them, I'm right in fashion.
1967 Princeton Reverb. Bought it in 1986 for $200 - back when no one wanted them. I'd sell every guitar before selling this amp.[ATTACH]
My AVRI 65 came with a Mustang bridge installed. Works so well I never put the original on. Different radius than yours though. I think the...
A 2018 SG Standard in ebony landed in my lap recently - result of a trade. It's a fantastic guitar. Does anything you want. Twangs...
Much better than I was expecting. Really great, in fact. The Roots are awesome.
I have a Jazzmaster and use that same Mustang bridge. No problems at all. No need for a Buzzstop either. Rock solid stability. Enjoy your new Jag.
I recently got a 2018 SG Standard in a trade. Never owned a humbuckered Gibson before - due to too many bad associations with players I don't dig....
Revolver - Yellow Submarine.
Loved it as a kid. But then my kids played it endlessly when they were about 3. Just kill me.
Saw him (again) recently with Los Straitjackets. He's the one guy who just keeps getting better. I was a fan 40 years ago but have to say his...
The fact that The Beatles passed on this - in favor of stuff like Maxwell's Silver Hammer - was a good indicator that the jig was up.
This is what the local luthier uses and recommends. Works fine for me and smells like wintergreen!
Very sharp, indeed!
I don't see grain. I see checking.
Same here. I was 15 in '77 and not a guitar player yet. Wasn't familiar with all the different Fenders. I remember looking at the headstock and...
Amanda Shires - Shake the Walls:
Looks like a 60s or 70s D-18. Somewhat rounded corners on the headstock. There wouldn't be a label inside. Serial number. Maybe the Martin Made...
This one re-ignited my love for Nick Lowe. With Bill Kirchen on guitar![ATTACH]
Elvis Costello in '79
Ramones in '80
Devo in '81
Clash in '82
Neil Young and Crazy Horse with Sonic Youth and Social Distortion. 1991
Los Lobos -...
Not true. That's Ringo. They insisted he play a solo even though he hated drum solos. On The End they all solo.
How could we forget Timothy by The Buoys. Rupert Holmes of Pina Colada Song fame was in this band:
This is beyond creepy too...
The Toadies - Possum Kingdom: [MEDIA]