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Nah, you can talk about the Ashes. At least four of the players have done well, if they'd all been on the same side (either, doesn't matter which)...
I'd call the newspapers and TV people...
The neck joint is wrong for a Tokai Junior.
You're really getting yourself worked up into a frenzy and quite offensive over a poorly worded original post. Get over yourself.
No special tools are required. Just loosen the neck until you can get at the nut, make your adjustment with a normal screwdriver and tighten it...
My favourite place in the world. I was driving a diesel Transit van with the band's gear, all apart from once when I took my own car. I think it...
And just at your point of personal triumph, a black Audi, headlamps flashing, goes past you like you stopped. :)
I'll order one ~ right after I've had the new hole drilled in my head. :)
I'm just offering advice based on my own experience of teaching my own kids and grandkids to play, using short scale guitars.
Thinner strings don't cut more as they need less tension. There's no problem intonating or keeping them in tune on a Squier Mini or any other...
I don't put 11s on for the kids either. 9s are just fine for little hands, they don't hurt quite as much.
The size of the body and the weight are more important than the scale length to begin with.
It looks like it fell of a stand and impacted the neck.
I was in the pub having lunch. I was just having my second pint when a chap came in and said put the TV on, something's going off in America.
All the more for us if they're going home. Who has the beer? You didn't let @heltershelton look after it did you?
Let them find their own, flippin' freeloaders...
Play them in a completely different style, country-fy them, reggae them up, go folk on them and watch peoples faces...
Are you suggesting that @heltershelton is some kind of deviant? This could get interesting.
*pulls up a deck chair and grabs a Guinness*
You young folk these days have the attention span of a goldfish... :lol:
Nah, they're frustrated humans just like the rest of us...
I'm not sure that even the mods could answer that. :lol:
It was a 70s thing. Very, very 70s. It had to stay there. :D
That's not a micrometer, it's a Dial Test Indicator gauge.
About the same as the floor price.
It's all about break angles, nut and bridge, neck angle, action and general set up.