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I like doing covers a lot. I like original stuff too and to me there is little difference once an original has been cooked a few times.
I tend to focus more on Blues Titans.. :)
Don't shoot me..
A few years ago I built and birch cab and covered it in tweed from Angela Instruments. Since it was a replacement cab for an old...
+1 for Silverado. Not just a great western, but a great story and a fun watch.
It's been letting me peek in and see threads, but then usually tanks if it click on any threads. Since Friday.
BD-2, SD-1, TS-9.. my experience has been they all just sound better when you put a clean boost in front of them.
Just tried to load ST.. worked enough to open a thread, but then got the dreaded 500. Just sad.
I let mine lapse a while ago and haven't renewed either.
I know, T'was a bit of humor..
Or maybe Strat Talk is on the same server as the game Fortnite..
Given both are run by the same company.. makes you wonder if we strat folk are the proverbial red-headed step child of the "enthused digital" family..
Installing a diving board?
I've practiced since the mid-seventies, a bit before I started Kenpo and then Chen Tai Chi, Pa Kua, Hsing I, etc.. etc.
It's about the journey...
Brought my disguise in case they ask if we are true tele dudes.
We're refugees again I take it? o_O
Ooo this one is tempting.. How have I not heard of these?
Ahah! Robot poop.
Ah man I totally should have cruised the previous comments before I said that. :confused:
Pretty sure that's the glob of solder that fell off my trem claw one day when working on a strat.. Was wondering where it went.
In 73 or 74 I'd saved up enough to hit a trade-in sale and bought one of the ones that had been traded in. An old Oly white strat with a rosewood...
Back in 75-76
And the long slow decline to the last year or so.
If you say it's mandatory, you're paying me.. period
Don't forget a couple of basics as well, such as staying hydrated and making sure you aren't running on an empty stomach. It takes energy to stand...
Big fan of tinted maple here.
While there is a lot of truth in the "you'll always sound like you" sentiment, there is a lot to be said for learning to recreate the tones and...