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What is classic rock? That I'll decide!
Can anyone recommend a good light gauge thumb pick?
I have a Nashville Tele that I never quite bonded with. Lately though, I've been thinking of having my tech install an old set of Bardens. If I go...
Snap on a couple fender amp volume and tone knobs and you've got an instant Muddy Waters Tele!
I had my tech put a Nashville rosewood neck on a 50's Classic body. It was a fit made in heaven.
Even jazzers have groupies! Nice sounding Tele.
+2. Never quite bonded with the Twang King neck or bridge pup. Mine lasted about a month before I replaced them with a Nocaster set.
I'm not crazy for either of them, but the Bauer neck might be doable.
There's nothing wrong with your shortlist, but you might want to consider the Maxon OD808. Cost around $150. I use one exclusively with my Blues...
If you and your wife are near S. Michigan Avenue, I recommend The Chicago Firehouse Restaurant. Best steak I ever had!
According to author Steve Turner in his book A Hard Day's Write, Got to Get Get You Into My Life is Paul writing about a recent experience...
IMHO, Disco was invented to replace funk, which had gotten too powerful as social protest music, and New Wave came into existence as watered down...
Yes, they are lower output, but I wouldn't describe them as bright or thin. IMHO, If you're looking for a fuller, punchy sound, the Nocasters...
I tried to be a Barden guy, but it just didn't work out. Right now I'm totally satisfied with Custom Shop Nocasters.
Maxon OD808. It provides that chunky style rhythm sound when needed.
Just a guess, but bridge pup (w/tone rolled back) and a compressor pedal?
Maybe not, but have you heard anyone playing country on a Rickenbacker lately?:lol:
There are so many OD pedals on the market, but I recommend
the Maxon OD808. Here's the link with more info. Good luck....
I have a feeling he did stick to it all those years - in the studio.
I was flipping through the Sweetwater Pro Gear catalog and noticed their product description for a 1963 Custom Relic Telecaster:
"It was in the...
I think this qualifies as white blond with rosewood board and a few modifications.
I have Jim's "Rockabilly Guitar 1 & 2" on VHS. His playing and teaching helped me understand the basics of rockabilly guitar.
This could turn into one of those humungous threads, but I'm going to suggest "Communication Breakdown" on Led Zep I, and Waylon Jenning's live...
My favorite neck came off a Nashville. I'm not sure if it's quartersawn or flat sawn.