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You can do really well on the low end with hollow and semi-hollow offerings. Neck and feel are the most important to me. My GFS Xaviere XV-950...
It's good at any age to have a challenge. Only you can decide if it the challenge you want. I quit guitar for about 15 years when my wife and I...
So true, I certainly can't fault the guitar in this business.
I am an unconventional Tele player. I ignored the Tele for most of my guitar-playing life. Now there is not a genre I cannot butcher on the Tele...
Aaaaagh! I thought my GAS was properly under control! I am really drawn to this guitar. Fortunately it is WAY out of my price range.
Love your collection, thanks for posting.
Just learning bass here, pretty sure I'll never be able to afford a Tele bass!
Don't torture yourself. If it's not right for you, you can return it. Otherwise, enjoy!
That's a shame!
I'll Fly Away
Rock The Boat - please no.
I worked at an electrical assembly plant one summer and it seems like they played this every five minutes for the...
Awesome gift, a beauty! What humbucker did you choose for the bridge and how do you match it to the single coils in terms of volume, pots, etc.?
How about some music theory, does that help?
I was driving my Mom around on a few errands and stopped in a music store to play a couple guitars. As I started to play she announced loudly to...
Why not get a set of those minibuckers that your SG has and put in a Fender? Even if you got a set of original WRHBs it may not be the sound you...
If the guitar is so nice you are agonizing over changing out the pickups, sell it and buy one you have no qualms about modifying.
i like the white one.
Guitar parts shouldn't count either. They are only parts, not guitars
Definitely not, they are a different instrument.
Don't just think jazz guitar, think rockabilly, Brian Setzer, Strats Cats, early R&B.
GFS Xaviere XV-950 hollowbody with Retrotron Nashvilles. Bought it mainly because I liked the looks (shallow, I know) and it was...
My 2004 '72 Thinline RI has always sounded great. WRHBs are clean and trebly. I like 'em a lot.
Two months? The shine isn't even off of them at that point!
How about two years, once they settle in.
Good thing it didn't get in your hair!
I buy cheap guitars because I root for the underdog.