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I have an older Yamaha classical model G-130. Its nice sounding but the neck is too thick for my smallish hands. I have a more modern Yamaha...
There's a guy in Orlando who sells out of his house what he describes as solid top classical guitars for $85.
Since I wanted to get back into...
Oh yeah. When there's a new boss who you never got along with, look out.
Oh great now someone's going to make a Tolietcaster.
Sounds like his last job was selling sports gear....
Been reading with considerable interest the book by Geoff Emerick. His appraisal of each of the Beatles is especially interesting to me.
So bottom line, the Ephiphones played by the Beatles were American made instruments - not Asian imports like they are now. Correct?
The Beatles could have bought any guitars they wanted but instead of Martins or Gibsons they often played Epiphones. Why?
I thought about it but I'll leave that for another day.
I would say yes, they sound good together. I would not say the L290 hogs the show in the middle position.
NoisefreeTele Neck Pickups
Bill Lawrence Noisefree Singles for Tele Neck: L-200TN
Tele Lead Replacement
Bill Lawrence Noisefree Singles...
Highway One's were essentially American Standards with a lacquer finish. The finish was just sprayed on. No sanding or polishing so its a matte,...
And I can't put the thing down. And no hum.
Thank you Bill.
Here it is after final polish. Waiting now for the Bill Lawrence pickups to arrive for final assembly.
Now I consider it sort of a custom Tele...
Then polish with Turtle Wax Premium Rubbing compound. It is inexpensive, readily available and does not contain Silicone. I used these polishing...
I decided to put noiseless pickups in my Highway One and since it was going to be taken apart decided also to sand down and polish the matte...
Under the volume and tone controls of this Highway One Tele is this solder lug screwed into the wood with one of the ground wires soldered to it....
Hey Ron could I go to Lowes instead? :wink:
Even if it wore out for 7 bucks who cares?
Anyone ever tried to use a typical hardware store sharpening stone for fret leveling? It would be a cheap alternative if it actually is effective.
I've read about doing that with feeler gauges but I wonder what kind of a rough cut they might make.
Such a deal!
Like Meguiar's Scratch X. Contains silicone. This from the Acoustic Guitar Forum:
From William Cumpiano, on Silicone;
"Now silicones are...
Mellecaster please explain how you that that mirror finish and what you used.