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Nice looking guitar. I have a 1935 Epi Triumph that I play acoustic jazz and other 1920s-ish music on. I've tried a lot of things but I have 80/20...
Thanks for the reply. I was doubting that he was even a real business. He should hire an assistant.
Following Zen's advice (above) I ordered and paid for the switch from Loopmaster in July 2017.
It is now October and I still have not...
Is there a good replacement for a Deluxe Reverb 2-button foot switch that has LED lights?
I've been screwing around with a 5-string Tele using clawhammer banjo technique. The tuning is gDGCD. The tune is called Santa Anna's Retreat, an...
Single coil noise on a live stage is a fact of life that tele players ignore, try to minimize, or maybe even find charming, but in a studio it can...
I'm slow, I get it now and I retract my snippiness. This looks like a pretty interesting alternative. -t
Right you are.
Huh? Did someone mention a looper?
Thanks all. Here's the compilation of DR players' favorites...
Barber Gain Changer (3)
Barber Small Fry
Barber Tone Press
Deluxe Reverb players, what's your overdrive pedal of choice and what do you like about it?
A couple of years ago I replaced my beloved DOD 250...
New 2016 Gibson SJ-200 Standard, with a factory installed Baggs Anthem pickup system.
I won this guitar in a drawing. It is glorious, big, loud,...
Anyone use a Mission Engineering VM-1 volume pedal? Thoughts?
In all its glory...
One bitter late Fall morning outside a supermarket in Portland, Maine, a local meat company had parked a giant mobile vat of bubbling hot dogs in...
No, you're totally right. It was 1967. Not sure why I typed 62 when the video notes even say 67. Duh.
Some great footage of the Stax house band, from Norwegian TV, 1962.
A lot of firepower on that stage for 1962
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"Me and the Devil" -Robert Johnson
Thanks for posting this neatone. Fantastic.
The other guitars I play regularly are a National O, a 36 Epiphone archtop, and an ES-225. They all feel thick n stumpy compared to the Tele, and...
How cool. Thanks for posting this stuff.
Nice to see your byline. Seems you're a prolific postman, and a strat player who has come to the dark side. Me, I'm playing a 64 "vintage" tele in...
Love at first gritty twangy bend.
Regarding that slender headstock, I have to admit that as a young man I liked waving it around. Adolescent, I know.