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Absolutely love my Pritchard Gold Estoc. (Apparently, TDPRI's software won't let me upload the front of the amp right side up!)
@ProfessorTele you should post this in the Ron Kirn owners forum!
Have a look at the Q filter from Wilde Pickups
When I decided to build from raw parts a few decades ago, I practiced on some scrap wood and experimented. It was worth a lot more than the...
There's the Les Paul story that he was going to make his solid guitar out of a railroad track... until his mother pointed out how impractical it...
SCNs are more Fendery. 290/280s (which I love) are a fuller sound.
Gorgeous. I immediately had "Purple Rain" going through my head.
This is the best version of the song I've heard. Simon has a wah-wah cranked and it takes the song to another level.
You might have a look at the G&Ls
Not my guitar, so I won't post the photo, but here's a link to a really cool looking Strat with a pickguard for Tele pickups....
Have a look at Wilde Keystones or Microcoils.
Their sense of style has never been too good, that's for sure. The older Classic 20/30/50 amps looked good. I don't understand the current bump...
Peavy has made some great stuff over the years. My first amp purchase in 1979 was a Classic. I don't know if it was great, good, ok, or what...
I got one new in 1996. Great amp. I've had many compliments on my sound at gigs. Now number one is a Pritchard Gold Estoc, but I'm hanging on to...
Definitely Warpaint. Fantastic songs, melodies, harmonies, guitar, bass, and drum work. Very original and they groove and jam. I only came across...
The Who's bridge from Amazing Journey into Sparks and of course, Sparks itself which is a composition rather than a solo.
Many Richard Thompson songs with long solos to choose from. Can't Win is a great one.
Order from Ron Kirn?
Ain’t it the truth?!?!?
They're great once you get 'em. Steve Cropper was so good at them: [MEDIA]
Great looking guitar. I'll bet it sounds good through that Classic 30. I've had one of those since '96 and has a great sound.
I was fortunate enough to see both Treat Her Right and Morphine. Really good bands.
HIs videos are great. I just wish the guy would smile once in a while! I bought his Duh fuzz pedal a few years back. It's great.
Amazing players. Never liked their general Tele sounds. Too sharp, especially Roy's. I saw Gatton live back in the late 80s and he was amazing.