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Pretty sure he plays these:
I need this.
This one wins. Period.
With un-loaded 60’s Tele bodies fetching insane prices and faux-vintage “relics” ruling the marketplace, its time to ask this question: Which...
I have brass on my Hum, but I’m also curious about steel
I love the moniker “Hippie Sandwich.” That is perfect.
CS’63>>>Sex Drive>>Earth Drive>>>Music Man 110
Can’t change, won’t change.
Thanks to all who posted. This is most helpful!
My forever favorite Tele (a ‘63 CS) weights in at 7.2lbs. If I wanted to build a back-up, what weight body should I look for?
As many times as I’ve watched this I still can’t figure out where the guitar lands!!!
I figured either suicide or OD. Sad news indeed.
I would never buy jeans with holes put in them, either.
There is an app called Relisten. It has everything.
Best pick ever. Ultra hard ceramic composite with slick, tapered edges and grippy little nubbins.
Close. Glendale cold steel. And they are awesome.
It’s “white blonde”, ‘63 NOS Time Machine.
headstock by Stiles posted Apr 13, 2006 at 11:04 PM1963_CSRI_Relic by Stiles posted Apr 13, 2006 at 10:57 PMheadstock-back by Stiles posted Apr...
Looks like a very nice pine body.
That’s a LOT of delay and echo effects!!
I'm hearing an over driven electric piano thing. Not sure if Keith just hits that now and then or if its an overdub.
I have a version of the Hum (bought a loaded body and then began tinkering) and it’s a great guitar. It took a proper set-up to get the pups...
How about Earthless?
Because I finally have the output on these two balanced so I don’t have to change pedal settings when I switch guitars.
Left: ‘63 CS NOS...
Sounds like you are thinking of Dave Biller.