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I second the Jensen C12N or similar.
I like them but I use a toothpick on the high E and B strings because I've had them pull out of the hole when restringing. I put the string end in...
I use Gibson Vintage 10's pure nickel on my Gibson Les Paul Junior.
Big, Beastly and Beautiful!
My SD Broadcaster is not that twangy. I may need to play with pickup height. It has 6 individual steel saddles. The early 70's American I had was...
Very nice, I love the blend.
I have a Fat Tele with 5 position switch but would rather have the blend.
Damn, guitars are called axes but it looks as though the prior owner to it literally.
I removed mine from my Strat, not a fan.
I have the same amp Bejnay, my speaker is a Jensen c12n.
It's a bright, chimey, complex overtones type speaker.
I really like it for that reason.
Fender Super 250, 9s
Another one for Tele/Twin.
Tex-Mex is hot but not really twangy.
I put SD Broadcaster in bridge, not much different to my ears, probably my technique.
You could try mixing some nail polishes to get close and fill in the cracks.
Would cost almost nothing.
Oh so sweet!
My LP Jr. can howl but roll off volume and tone and it's lovely and warm.
Those are the saddles I have on my Cali Fat Tele.
Whatever the model, it's a nice Tele!
rodtod423, I have a California fat tele and mine is different. My saddles are different and the headstock is made in usa. I do have a 5 position...
Nice little amp but the overdriven sound with the stock speaker sounded like buzzing bees, horrible and it broke up very early.
I put a Weber...
You picked a GREAT guitar for your birthday!
Congrats and feel free to ask questions of the knowledgeable people here.
Is standing up better for the guitar?
I'm not sure but I have been doing this since I bought my first acoustic, a Gibson.
Dreadnut - you're...
Martin D18, 50 years old, bought new, always stored in it's case standing up.
It's in wonderful shape.
Gibson LP Jr., an old skool, quality axe.
It's typically done to duplicate valuable, old original guitars while on tour, leaving the originals home.