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I learned to do all my setups a long time ago..Got burned too many times..
How sweet it tis..Congratz to Mom and Pop.
No thanks..Can't risk goin' to jail..
First off the price..$600 in 1967..Second was how damn pretty it was..
I use pure nickel strings..
That seems to be the trend in recent years..I can't even understand enough of the lyrics to know what in hell the song is about..
It was the theme song that turned me on to the TV show..
I've made some attempt to play it..
Hard to top this one..
Can't say for sure but from the pics it looks just like mine..Think mine was made in '63..Maybe '64..
The white units should be earlier..
I never make misteaks..:D:D
For me it would depend largely on the guitar I was using..
For a Tele I prefer one with 10" speakers and 6L6 tubes..
And it would be a Tele on...
I did a ton of reel to reel..So much simpler to use than the modern gear.Downside was being limited to two tracks..
I think I still have the Audio...
Not a solo but this one as well as many others..
I always modulated Bobby McGee and many others.
My sax buddy says it's in Bb.
If I were still living alone it would be whatever I grabbed out of the fridge and threw in the mic..But with Cindi here in the kitchen I know it's...
I think thechad is talking about fret sprout..If so all you need is one small mill file..Three corner is best but a flat file can be used..You...
3rd one was see you in my dreams.
Unreal...You can easelly add one zero on that value
Need pics..If there's no badge on it, it might be anything..
Yep, by accident..
Yeah I did see that one time at Detroit Race Course..Same thing.. Threw the jockey coming out of the gate and ran with the pack..I had money on it...
He was the reason I became a McHales Navy fan..
Put me in the ridiculous group..Haven't sit in a barbers chair in over 30 years..I do trim it a bit from time to time and even shaved it once a...