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I've not really thought about weight until a friend brought over his two Senn Pomona guitars and a Danocaster; they were very light. My teles are...
There are so many great amps nowadays you don't need to limit your options to tweed, BF, Marshall.
Cavalier makes amazing neck pickups. IMO, more versatile and more depth than a standard tele neck PU.
I usually just make an old fashioned instead.
Love their saddles. Danocaster and other builders are using these plates and saddles too. Excellent stuff.
Marty will never sell Clarence, I'm willing to bet on that.
Definitely #1. Deep cuts, but luckily the crowd we have and the places we play, most folks know the tunes. So it's really a combination of #1 and...
I didn't know Real Life Relics made pickups. The guitar looks fantastic, congrats!
You'll prob hate TGP too.
I get to play gigs and have a lot of musician friends in town; to me that's pretty great.
Perfect man, and nice amplifier choice as well.
And Rodney on rhythm guitar too right? He also wrote this song if I remember correctly.
Love the PV64, I had them in my double-bound MJT for a long time.
Have you seen American news? That stuff happens.
Not shiny, no thick clearcoat, it was really similar to the neck that was on my Nash Tele before.
Nice, I bought both of the replacement tele necks from Real Life Relics / Tricked Out Guitars.
The single-ply 5 hole pickguard was a nice choice.
Definitely Steely Dan has great lyrics and complex arrangements; I am actually a huge Steely Dan fan. But for some reason, at the time, I felt...
They are kind of like a rootsy Steely Dan. No matter what they do, it never sounds raw; simply too polished.
I dig that. Best of luck, maybe make this post an ongoing blog to keep us updated where you are?
Bump. Curious about how the Fat Jimmy compares to the Eminence GA-sc64 12" speaker.
well ok then
It's a piece of cake with my android/lenovo tablet :)
Man, there are so many great builders: RS, MJT, Nash, SENN, Danocaster, Fender, Virgil's Vintage, Underwood, Hess, K-Line. It's like I discover a...