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I think the Road Worn's are seriously good guitars and quite underrated.
I've got the first generation and its even more relic'd than this which...
Looks great. The neck in particular.
Cool. Lenz's law.
Thanks for posting Richie. She is a great Australian talent and not even from New Zealand :p
Photos are missing for me :(
Is Australia too far away?
I guess it's a tele forum but owning one is not a prerequisite. Good luck finding your new baby!
Enjoy it when you get it!
Nice story. I had a black version of this guitar which I regret both buying and then selling. I think mine was an '89.
I regretted buying it...
WOw! Both look fantastic!
Did you measure how much current the circuit is drawing? Is it definitely the correct wattage resistor?
I agree, great at home and for recording but not worth it for live use.
Guys it has to be 'The Weight'. Specially if you interpret it as 'The Wait'
Try using just kick and an overhead for the drums. I use to mic up the whole kit and its fun but overkill for most venues and unnecessary just to...
Could we be running out of premium rosewood?
Anyway I may go and have a second look and try and take a picture or two.
Sorry, I wasn't clear. But yes the fret board was patchy in that the grain was open in places and it was a little rough to the touch. These...
They are even more pricey in Australia at around $2800 AUD.
I love P90s but its the fat 50s neck that really makes this guitar attractive to me....
I guess I was hoping a good oiling might fix it.
Sorry I was talking about the fret board and it was a new guitar. Hanging on the wall it looked like a really nice dark rosewood fret board but up...
Great work. Very generous of you.
Nearly bought a nice Les Paul Special on the weekend. It played nice and the neck felt great with just the right amount of chunkyness for me.
This is a great exercise. Even better if you say the notes out loud and/or the scale position. This is very meaningful way of learning the notes...
I've read lots of posts about the 5e3 sounding great stock.
For home use the stock circuit is great. But once it's really cranked the flabby bass...
No a shim won't help this situation - as you see you'll just raise the saddles and be back where you started. Sounds like you need to check the...