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Grumpy old rednecks?
No one uses these? I have been using these since the 1970's.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
2, one for guitar, one for bass.
The short answer to the OP's question is no. If anything, playing bass has improved my soloing. Interesting thing is that I don't finger pick...
I don't buy anything online.
I don't shop when I'm drunk.
I don't drink.
I love mine.
Not a good choice, right now I'm not using any of those choices.
I have been playing for 50 years & I still don't know the real lyrics for, " Louie Louie". I made up my own lyrics & always sing them. The key is...
The gear I own now is already worth more than the car I own. Right now I am not gassing for gear or cars.
I am using the one on the right as my basic, grab & go guitar setup. I have my Quilter 101 mounted to the board, tuner, delay, reverb, trem.
Last year my Egnator Tweaker died for the second time in a year. Rather than spend $300 to get it fixed, I bought a Quilter Route 101 instead....
Music stands, sheets, books, Ipads are just more crap to get in the way on stage.
If I owned an Ibanez GB (wish), I would not change a thing on it.
Modded Squier '51 w/ Seymour Duncan pickups, into a Quilter Rt. 101, with a Belle Epoch Deluxe & a Flint in the effects loop.
Didgeridoo, djembe & Native American flute.
Saw her in Seattle at a blues fest on the waterfront in the early 90's.
I don't hate the Eagles. I love most of their albums & saw them on the, "One of These Nights" tour, in the late 70's. That being said, they were...
I've done it many times, including when I was a teenager in the late 60's with a couple of Silvertone guitars. I've always had good results.
For What it's Worth - Buffalo Springfield
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