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:grin: love it!!!
Here's my '73 'Batwing' mandolin. That big old headstock makes it a bit top-heavey - but what the heck - it's fun to play!!!
Here's my latest addition - it is stock and staying that way for now.....
I'll be on board soon - spotted a blackie '51 in a local-ish shop, it's brand new and the last in stock. £130 with gig bag! Picking it up on...
Does anyone know where to find tabs of Robbie Robertson licks?
I bought my partscaster from a guy on a Bass guitar forum. It twangs and sings like a good 'un - not bad for £140!!!
Only got one Tele at the mo' - it's a partscaster toploader, being kept company by a '86 MIJ Strat.
and one more equals 5,825
Got one coming to me next week - looking forward to using it at rehearsal.
Venus by Shocking Blue
Great song - my band are covering it!
The CD is the Manchester show I think. I love it when he winds the crowd up saying, ".........this is called I Don't Believe You - and it used to...
Why are teles so addictive?
Because they ROCK!!!! (and ROLL!!)
I suspect this topic has been covered previously, but just wanted to say that I have been listening to the 1966 live CD where Dylan went...
Ha!!! - just noticed how similar your Tele is, thinline!!! :grin:
Been reading this thread, gonna buy a Sessionette 75 that i've seen for £100.00!!
Makes a change for the UK to get something and not the US!!!
Wow!! Great stuff :grin:
Apologies if this has been posted before, what a sad loss, but Micky was a pukka telecaster maestro...
looks cool, I say leave it be...!
Yup, thinkin of fitting brass saddles, but the intonation is real sweet right now, so I'm gonna leave it be for now...:grin:
:lol::lol: Yup here it is - hybrid tele made up of - Wilkinson neck pickup, Dr Parts neck, Kluson-type tuners, er.... not sure what else, but it...
Me neither, but that may change soon......! :grin:
Forget the gig-bag, I'll take the chick!!! :twisted:
Kind of interested in these two:
First one is an '89 Squier.
Then, we have a frankenpartscaster..... (crap pic, but hey!)...
+1. Keith has evolved his 'sound' over the years. I'd sooner find my own sound! :grin: Having said that, Ya Ya's tone is awesome - wasn't he...