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Interesting and thought-provoking question.
I love guitars and amps. And pedals.
But I don’t like owning things I don’t use.
So I have pared...
Well. That’s different than what you said initially. But now I am not following what you mean (other than the opinion that there are too many...
Patently false. And a lazy take.
Combo or head and cab?
Headroom comparable to what “known” amp?
- Deluxe Reverb
- Super Reverb
The first to come to mind is the DV...
Totally agree. But I think we are in the minority.
Sorry I no longer have the guitar, not just the bridge, so I can’t take pics.
I forgot. The best bridge I had on a JM was actually a bridge my shop made using three (iirc) Tele saddles.
On the Staytrem bridge you mean? I just found the radius of the 9.5 model to be a poor match to the radius of my 9.5 guitar. Could have been an...
That is bizarrely bad work imo. Maybe the pics are misleading.
My quibble with Staytrem is twofold:
- the saddle radius is wrong
- the string...
I had a ‘15 Junior. Really great guitar. Well made. Rang like a bell. Prior owner swapped in vintage style Klusons.
I hated the wide flat neck....
When did you meet him?
Worth the wait?
For the kind of things they sell?
How could it be?
Why is it so threatening that some people might like the taste and texture of meat, but not certain aspects of the meat itself or the way meat is...
Great. Now there is (green) tea all over my phone.
I love the rhythm circuit.
I find it useful in part because it is quite dark.
Context and expectations are all, right?
The Tele neck position is inherently dark for some reason.
A JM pickup in a Tele neck position with 250k pot will be darker still.
So if you...
The point of the .22 is a gig worthy, small, lightweight, portable amp that does clean and overdriven.
Why plug it into an extension cab ?
Feels like a transition between a 50s and 60s neck to me.
Little wider than a 50s.
C rather than U.
It sounds “similar” to that only if you are raising the input level going into the amp thus the output volume a roughly corresponding amount. So...
Antiquities are just what they say.
Like a set of Fender pickups from the 50s or 60s.
If you like those sounds you’ll like the Antiquities.
The finish is just weird on those. Necks and bodies. Like it never fully cures or something. I had one. Nice guitar but that tacky feeling got old.
No. It’s a part of me. Integral.
We too are always writing and the rehearsal studio is close so it’s convenient. We all get antsy if we take a...
Including, you know, Recording King.
OP I also think it’s more likely your luthier is talking out of his posterior, or that you misunderstood,...