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Scotty uses standard .010 sets.
Play it excessively for a few years.
Yeah that was weird. Is that a secret little sneaky endorsement going on there?
Ahh ok, I took you wrong then. I thought you meant the difference in their output is more important than their placement under the strings.
The best method is to just glue the flatpicks directly to your thumb.
That's the single most important thing when it comes to pickups. So much so that older guitars - Gibsons, Fenders etc., generally the ones with...
They created that sound in the studio, it's not a live effect you could recreate with pedals.
In the toilet.
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From the stigtronics site:
So it's basically a Ross/dynacomp clone.
That was ok back in '62.
I think it's because you're a n00b.
So, what did Johnny say?
Sounded like Bruce Springsteen, is he country?
Kind of like Tuck Andress.
If it was north side up, it will remain north side up no matter how hard you're flipping it or put it on a maglev or - heaven forbid - a space ship.
You like two white rectangles from him?
Ahh ok. That makes sense. :confused:
Is it a non-reverb amp or reverb not working? I assume you play it at low volumes, so you're missing the sound of some reverberation.
Yea man, that was a mean "half-way-there" though, wasn't it. :wink: