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I have sold off three guitars in the past week and a half.
(And then gave one, an acoustic, to the local drug & alcohol treatment...
We use Shure SM58's as the baseline, and then, depending upon the gig and the room (or outdoor) acoustics, we'll branch out into '57's, and the...
I scored a used (new condition, never played probably) Peavey Raptor Plus the other day.
1999 vintage, most likely.
I must admit that when I saw the title of this thread, "And then Art got the Telecaster," my mind went in a different direction.
I pictured the...
I can't read the original poster's mind, but I agree with the overall sentiment.
And it has less to do with his immediate quandary (needing an...
THE best, and the best bang-for-the buck.
A great Harry Nilsson memory.
We were having a fun and productive band practice one time last year, getting ready for an outdoor sports fest...
Tempted By The Fruit Of Another, by Squeeze.
We practice and work on our chops for a specific goal or outcome.
"I want to get better," or "I have always wanted to learn how to...
I play 'em all, and keep them in good rotation, as a rule.
I have, however, been picking up the Gibson Les Paul BFG a lot lately.
I think it's...
You did really well on that price.
She'll clean up really nicely, and considering that she's got a flamed maple top, wow.
30 Euros is good....
Just two spring to mind.
I am blessed with very little arthritis in my hands/fingers.
My knees and hips are pretty bad off though, from years of distance running.
I am in love with flat wound bass strings.
SO much easier on my fingers.
I need it to be ergonomically comfortable.
Then I can play and perform without strain and without pain.
Slung low looks cool in...
In 45 years of playing,
and after owning, buying, selling, and playing around 80+ guitars
(I currently own/possess 21)
......I can honestly say...
I adapt to all neck shapes, thick or thin. And I enjoy the variety. Makes guitar playing interesting.
But I'm a weird guy.
My favorite bitters, by the way.
60 years old, and never had one.
But now I have to go try one.
Life is a journey, not a destination, I always say.
You know what I always say;
You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning.
I'm up to 14 amps now, and, to be honest, it's time for me to sell some of them off.
I have one old Marshall up for sale on Craigslist right...
7 is money.
For the Telecasters, the starting point for me is:
Clean amp, mic'ed to the PA with a Shure SM57.
Amp volume set to 4, and Bass, Middle, and...