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I got some the other day and was disappointed. A little better than diet Dew but not much.
When I’ve seen him live he only broke out his Strats. Love me some Robert Cray and that Tele looks sweet!
I don’t really hate any gear, but I’ve never bonded with G&l guitars, for whatever reason.
Fell off cliff.
Yeah, I guess either duet or duo.
Hall and Oates, even if Daryl did most the heavy lifting.
George Jones and Tammy Wynette
A lot of Greats to chose from, but it’s hard to beat the Everly Brothers.
I was going to post this on “The Greatest Singer” thread the other day but decided not to, lol.
Sam Cooke is one of the all time greats, but I wouldn’t consider him rock, though.
Different pickups and amp tone stacks make a difference but a lot of it has to do with hands. You can listen to different YouTube guitar...
Roland Blues Cube Artist can do about anything you want. Mesa Boogie Express 5:50 is a bit heavy but it’s an excellent all around amp.
Carter Vintage in Nashville is the way to go.
I never was a big fan of the bands he was in, but Chris Cornell had a great set of pipes.[MEDIA]
I’ve always preferred John’s singing to Paul’s, but that’s just personal taste. I do love Paul’s singing too.
The last time I went to a Guitar Center, I was trying to test out a strat and this guy next to me was blasting death metal riffs on Some EVH amp...
1 Head to the used
2 Grab a cheaper guitar like a Squier or Mexican series and pick around on that for a while
3 Build up some courage to ask a...
Do you head for the more affordable guitars? Or bypass them all together? Or do you head straight to the higher end stuff? Or bypass them all...
I remember it well.
Completely agree, from a fellow 46 year old. I’m more of a Blackface guy, though.