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Apparently he's real but he's playing a Gibby in every pic I found.
Wrap the button with a wet cloth.
Use a left handed drill bit. Often it will bite when you've drilled into it a ways and back the screw/bolt right out. The extractors at only $15...
I love my SX but it's under $200.
My first tele was a toploader and I never really got along with it. Matter of fact I didn't know they're usually string through but now that I...
I always wonder why they put tweeters on some bass amps or cabs but I guess that another discussion.
I rarely get past 8.
Too many switches and stuff!
I intonate normally, open and 12th, but I tune at the third.
When I had to move back to Houston (a town I hate) I got a PO box until I got settled. It was #666. I almost went back where I came from.
Dale Watson uses a Champion 40. 19 lbs.
Early 70s made in Japan Epiphone. Was stolen in 1975.
From a physics standpoint I suppose break angle and tension on the saddle could have an effect but on a string that's approximately 25" long...
I've been wondering that myself. My SX has that same pattern.
If it was a really good deal I'd buy it and use the savings to buy sandpaper and a new finish that isn't red/pink.
Hell no. The farthest away from traditional I'd go is a humbucker i the neck position.
I'm not good enough to be a snob.
Slinkys 10s I tried 9s on my Squier but the top 3 strings sound dead so next time around I'm gonna try 9.5s just for the helluvit.
Never tried Worcestershire on a Telecaster.
I've been following CL for years and Facebook Marketplace for about a year. In general there's less stuff for sale but they're asking higher...
Mustang II Dale Watson uses/used one.
Eagles Hell Freezes Over
Back in the late 60s the guy across the road restored an old Guild. Never played or heard a better sounding guitar before or since.
There's only so many variables in a pickup. There's absolutely no reason a cheaper pickup can't be as good as a boutique one.
When I first started 56 years ago I had a junky Stella acoustic with rusty steel strings. I played that for 3 years until my mom bought me a...