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G&L uses Sperzel locking tuners as an upgrade. (I have them on mine. They are great)
Sounds like we have very similar styles/tastes. I use a Boss Bd2 for OD and a ZVex Box of a Rock when I wanna let er rip.
I wonder if anyone is asking how to make a les Paul sound like a tele on the Les Paul forum...
I've been eyeballing a (very gently) used g&l tribute series ASAT bluesboy. Plays great, sounds great. Price...$499. I'm sure I can...
That's 300 more than I paid for my American ASAT. Wait it out. There's lots of deals around.
Here are the two most important websites for Blues Jr owners.
That amp isn't going to last very long doing that... Much like when Randy Bachman would use a Champ to overdrive his Marshall's, he would blow...
Your BJ has a headphone jack?
Maybe the TC Electronic "Spark" booster? Has an eq built in...
Also, I recently acquired a ZVex box of rock pedal. Fattened my Asat up...
MXR smart gate = gone. :)
Are you a floating trem, or a decked trem kinda player? G&L's dual fulcrum system is hands down better. I would prolly lean towards G&L but I...
Take it in and have a new nut cut. That should take care of it.
I was pretty shocked when I saw that price tag myself.
Surely there has to be other luthiers/guitar makers making something similar!
You should try out a G&L ASAT special, with the fat p-90 looking MFD pups. It would suit your musical genres perfectly and are AMAZING guitars.
Snobs. Has anyone played one?
I'm not a huge country lover, but where do I get one of these?!?!
Absolutely! I can't take credit for songwriting though. It's a Joel Plaskett song.
Here's the original....
Pics are ALWAYS needed. Or it didn't happen... ;)
Keep your eyes open for a G&L ASAT. I just got one. It's almost made me say Fender Schmender! I highly recommend a special with the mfd pups....
I would say at $250 you can't go wrong. Looks cool to me!
First step. Change the strings.
My dad has an MXR smart gate. I borrowed it for a gig at a place with dirty power that doesn't like my tele. Worked perfect. Couldn't even tell it...
Here's my '89 ASAT in action. Paired with a Blues Jr and a ZVex "Box of Rock" it's a beautiful thing.
I've been trying to figure out what pups were in this "60th anniversary FSR sunburst" I played a couple months ago. All the spec sheet said was...