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I have a '61 SF III that I love, great guitar.
Play the heck out of it!!:D
I like all dogs
Here's Brownie, a rescue mutt, with a couple of namesakes in the background[ATTACH]
Cool guitar, congrats!
"The Real Me" by The Who
Ditch the drop tunings. There's a wealth of material in standard tuning (E,A,D,G,B, E) that will open your ears.
Learn a few tunes with cowboy...
I had trouble dialing it in, and was getting a thin, brittle tone on the yellow channel. I found this on TGP and it worked really well for me:...
A few classics:
Ted Greene Chord Chemistry
Mick Goodrich The Advancing Guitarist
Mickey Baker's Jazz Guitar
I enjoyed that one, thanks for posting!
Beautiful guitar, but its the playing that I find more impressive - Well done!
Great watch, thanks!
Congrats on the score. I sometimes run mine through a 2x12 cab, sounds great.
I have an older model ('61) and the bridge is not pinned. Haven't had a problem with it so far.
It looks beautiful in black!!!
Here's another, one of my favorite piano pieces played on guitar
Great video. A few years back I had the opportunity of attending a few masterclasses with Rodney Jones, who used to play in Dizzy Gillespie´s band...
I like his take on Wichita Lineman:
I had one and didn't care for its tone. It's a well built 2 channel amp with reverb and an effects loop plus a boost on the drive channel. It was...
Couldn't care less, as long as the groove is there
Most of my faves play traditional
Great band. Saw them live several times in the 80s and early 90s. As bender says, they really had the two guitar thing down.