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After many years of bi annual truss rod adjustments, it finally dawned on me not to do it in the extreme of either summer or winter.
Here's what works for me:
I put all the controls on the amp to 5 and the guitar controls to 0.
I bring up the guitar Volume control to a...
Turn the amp up and the guitar down.
Also, don’t be afraid to use the guitars’ Tone controls to fatten things up.
Welcome from a fellow Long Islander!
We had a Mitsubishi system put in last year. So far, so good. It cools the whole house in the summer and in the winter, the heat pump thing...
Cats are OK.
But they’re not dogs.
Back in the mid 60s, I used a Fender Showman, a Maestro fuzz, and a Strat.
Not only cleaner, but a whole lot less trebly also.
We Boomers had the best of everything.
VXE-6 "Operation Deep Freeze"
Aviation Electronics Technician Second Class (AT2)
How about a shelter rescue?
That's what the Tone controls are for.
Use the Tone and Volume controls on the guitar.
West Side Story
Note to parents:
Nobody thinks your kids are cute except you.
Normal water pressure is somewhere around 50psi.
Lucky for them they have such great personalities.
I always get nitrous for cleanings.
I remember Aurora Thunderjet 500
I was in the Navy in the early '70s. Seems everybody smoked and the guys who didn't and complained were told to go stand outside.
Ever since I discovered the Volume and Tone controls on the guitar, 60HZ hum seems to have become a thing of the past.
Aren't all guitars "Relic Ready"?