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Peegoo's suggestion with the crimps works very well and you can keep the original switch tip.
A great solid sound!!!
Fender Original Vintage '52 neck, which is warm, articulate and can be attacking when pushed. I have Rob's 51/52 Cavalier in the bridge, which...
There are many imho, but for sheer influence and long-time contribution to music, I hasten to suggest Chet Atkins and James Burton. Scotty Moore...
That's a fine lookin' Tele!
How easy was it to swap speakers? How did you remove the chassis?
I have had a Peavey Special 150 since 1987 - built like a tank, just about as heavy, loud as hell and never let me down, unlike some others I...
This may be of interest re-reverb units.
Take a look at this link to Bill Crook and scroll down page. The WV looks like it succumbed to the Cumberland River flood in Nashville some time...
Gorgeous, well done!
Many thanks for a most interesting thread. I am always amazed at the knowledge and advice offered - well done guys.
According to Andy Babiuk in Beatles Gear (2002) page 39, it was a Deluxe.
In 1960, John used a Fender Deluxe and George had a Gibson GA-40.
Nocaster knob from Rutters - not too domed, not too flat, imho just perfect!
The Fender Original Vintage pickups, especially the neck pickup, are in my opinion, very good indeed.
As others have suggested, contact Rob at Cavalier, he will offer advice and point you in the right direction. His 51/52 bridge is very versatile...
I agree, we got this prog in Scotland in the late 50s (monochrome tv) and I just thought that George was great in the role. Another boyhood hero.
Anyway, back to Fred. I remember the time when he started to sink a mine shaft in his back garden! I think the local council put a stop to it. He...
I much preferred the Captain Marvel serials with Tom Tyler and the Adventures of Superman with George Reeves. I think they stood the test of time...
In the early 60s, there were people in the guitar shops in the major cities here (Glasgow & Edinburgh) who did repairs, re-frets, fit Bigsbys &c....
The early Emmylou Harris albums featuring James Burton & Albert Lee, not forgetting a couple of tracks with Amos Garrett.
Another fine addition to the story.
Callaham enhanced vintage compensated for me.
Cavalier 51/52 as vintage sounding as you can get imho.