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I am basically into Gibsons(335, Les Pauls, Archtops), and the only Fender acceptable for me and most other Gibsonites is the Tele. The Tele comes...
In 1970 I found myself as one of two or three guitar players of the whole region knowing how a blues scale works. All the others played diatonic...
Gibson ES335 out of 10 electrical guitars.
non authentic CBS tele: no good.
take a look at rockinger.com
I once had a mahogany telly. Its does'nt sound authentic. Thus I sold it and bought a ash telly. Much better
Don't think that will be a great success, as Jerry has gone long time ago and never was that popular.
Twins are surf amps, never sounding good for rock, and blues.
get a Marshall 1959 super lead
important hint. Thanks a lot, El Tele Lobo!
these pups are very cool!
I don't like that.
do that, as its a excellent idea. I did that for a long time until the beige strat knob gone broken. Had only vintage telli replacement knobs....
blackface Fenders (short BF) are very similar to silverface Fenders(SF), beside that they are somewhat underpowered producing a little warmer...
what Marshall made from the original 1959 bass man.
I had two of them. They are the worst of all fender amps, and sound similar to very early solid state amps, harsh, no warmth. Forget them.
I had one in the early 70ths. Really big muff; muchas distortion, like a giant nebula covering everything. Hence, I hardly used it and sold it...
TV Jones Classics. Nuthing else matters.
Seymour Duncan Vise Grip Compressor all the time.