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I like big butts and I cannot lie.
Too damn cool!
What bridge pickup are you using, and does it match well with the mini humbucker in
terms of tone and output?
Lovely guitar. I've always found Les Paul's to be lovely guitars, and I love the tones that some people get out of them.
I can't get used to...
I would have never thought those colors would work together, but that's lovely.
OP, as is. Is that a roasted neck?
Rutters sugar pine body.
As the title says. Brass compensated saddles briefly used. No wear.
Nickle finish on the bridge. $29 shipped continental USA.
All they need is a frontman who used to drum for Nirvana, then nobody would say how lame they are.
Congratulations! That's on my list if I ever get a big boy amp.
I've got 3 sets of Ping tuners pulled from Fender MIM Classic series teles.
Figured maybe someone can use them. $29 shipped for all 3 sets.
To me the purpose of a partscaster if to get EXACTLY what you want in terms of neck size, neck radius, fret size, pickups, woods, hardware,color,...
I have a Carvin x 60 1x12 combo amp I want to upgrade with a new speaker. The Celestion G12M70 in there now sounds really thin and brittle....
Some amazing posts in this thread. Depressing.
Same here. Glad to be still working, but ...
I should have known something when the Vintera “50s”Telecaster came out made of alder.
Nice mix. A blackguard for any occasion.
[ATTACH] I admit it’s not one of my favorites, barely ever play it. But it is kinda purty.
TV Jones HT, his version of the Gretsch Hi Lo Tron.
Got a Suprocaster and a Guyatone spec goldfoil for my next project. Also interested in the Dynacaster.
How's the neck on the SG? I've got my eye on one of these but I'm thinking with that neck
joint and a skinny neck the neck has to be a bit wobbly.
The orange and rosewood look beautiful together. Can't stop looking at
You're not the only one.