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Nice! Congrats. I got my Wildwood 10 '51 Nocaster back in early 2019. Same pickups as yours. Mine is a Journeyman Relic. Love it.
I can't now nor will I ever be able to afford a vintage Fender. If I could I would not play it out.
Custom Shop works fine for me.
My one and only Tele, a '51 Wildwood 10 Nocaster. Very pleased with it.
I have had a few with P90's but have enjoyed the tone and playability of this '56 Les Paul the most.
I only have one and it is this '51 Nocaster. Same as my avatar.
Dano's are cheaper?
What's wrong with the Fender Custom Shop?
I have never seen, read, or heard of anything profound enough to put on my body for life.
I am retired Navy. First tour, first shore leave...
Can't beat a USA made Spyderco. The Japanese Spydercos are excellent as well.
Check out the finish on my NGD Nocaster. It has none of that checking on the neck. The neck is just worn down. I think you made the right...
I have the stock Red, White & Blues as well. I really don't know how this amp could sound any better. I'm just going go leave it alone.
I know right? Always tap on the tubes first.
Yes, sorry I should have updated. I replaced both power tubes with a matched set from Tube Amp Doctor. Works like new now.
Chris Stapleton Hand Wired
Dang hard to beat!
It won't make a bit of difference. Open it up and play.
Exactly. And, when you go to sell it, the crack will be an issue.
I'll take the Black Keys. The rest, not my style.
But, I never will and, that's okay.
Marty, Kenny and the band are great!
VM = Virtual Machine?
I tried one called Parallels. It was a total disaster. Mostly because Windows is such a train wreck.
You are a gosh darn genius Gump! I bet you are a billionaire!
This is a Fender Custom Shop area. Partscasters are elsewhere. No trolls please. S
Very cool story....
If you want to stay in the hand wired tube amp style, look at Carr Mercury V, Sportsman, and Skylark. They can be dialed down below one watt and...