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Okay, I've been using an Alesis SR16 for recording for years now. The sounds are great, but the travails in getting it to sound like a rock...
Surely a Nash case should be beat all to hell?
I love Paul Simon. And my 12-yr-old son loves him now, too. Kid has taste.
Paul Simon, Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne. Kid loves them quirky words.
About 7 years ago, when my son was 5 or 6, he said to me in all seriousness: "daddy, is pop music all just one song?"
I think I'm like a lot of (ahem) possibly older guys who have gone through the youthful fevered guitar GAS and have a stack of them, but took a...
Do standards ever have 22 frets?
There are worse addictions.
I'm sure you know this
That's stunning - and someone called Monteleone worked on it, too?
It's like a Wilkinson with lipstick. Kinda pretty, though.
Funny you should say that. I have a feeling that real 50s teles did have the same issues . . .
In the mess of sound that happens in most gigs, reverb is just one more thing to muddy the water.
Delay can be handy, especially for slapback in...
Yep, as others have said, sand that mother.
I go for the unsubtle method: 240 grit sandpaper. Just take the top off the finish, no need to go all...
With a 2k budget you can pretty much have what you want with a non CS tele. So you might be tempted to go for the fanciest US made one out there....
So they can rebuild her . . .
It's from the Newark Street range, made in Korea. It's the Manhattan X175B.
I've had it about 5 years. The pickups are what they call...
I don't have words for how epic this can sound.
I'd be intrigued by a Tribute with more inspiring colours.
After a bit of tremming, just give it a slight nudge in the other direction (i.e., up) and it should resettle pretty well.
Words or it didn't happen
If that fugly-ass guitar wasn't associated with Page we'd all be laughing at it.
In fact, I am laughing at it. It's fugly.
And Led Zeppelin were...
Call yourself a Luddite??
GET OFF THE INTERNET!!
Then you'd be a Luddite.
I hate that the answer to most production/mixing problems is to turn the guitars down.
I spend time getting great guitar sounds . . . then mixing...
Once I start playing I don't care what the damn thing is made of.
Don't recall ever being in a gig and thinking, boy, this would sound better in...