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Which "science" says this? Is there a principle of stiffer guitar necks for music?
My G&L ASAT Special with a 4 way switch and STICKERS!
I like to test my straploks right after I put them in to the end pins sockets.
I found the Donner Noise Killer useful here in noisy NYC apartments.
I am waiting for a backordered Donner Circle Looper with the drum tracks. It looks like fun on the videos, but I have no experience.
guilty as well.
I also have an itch for an American G&L
I love that tele.
Do you have something like "Evapo-rust" in the Phillipines?
I like that he found a new tuning
Dunlop .73 Max-Grip
I wouldn't kick that guitar of bed. It looks great!
that'll buff out
I have three:
Ibanez SRF705 Portamento
Ibanez Mikro w/ Wylde pickups
I am pretty happy with my ASAT Special Tribute. I like the hardware, and the guitar generally feels good.
you tried adjusting the pickup?
I like the peavey-esque headstock. Looks like a great deal.
On second thought, the stock strings Ibanez puts on the guitar, 10-46, have an average tension a little less than 14 lbs. So I'll put the 10-48...
It looks like the 12-52 Chromes set will have an average tension of 20.05 with the 78% scalar. The 11-50 Chromes set would be 17.78 with the 78%...
The boy is learning jazz, and i like flats for that. Tuning is standard. I don't want crazy floppy strings.
Note I am talking about guitars, not...
I want to put some flats on my sons's Ibanez GRGM21 Mikro Electric Guitar. The scale length is around 22.2".
Are the old strings going back on after this felt thing is installed? My kid's Ibanez Mikro has this.
I'll check it out!
If you use Linux, be aware that not all printers are compatible. My Canon printer does not play well.
The new movie is not good. Practice guitar instead