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From what he said it was just a crack that got bigger and bigger. It sounds incredible and gets a lot of attention at gigs.
That's great project... simple and perfect!
I have a lot of Ampeg amps. For my smaller country-ish gigs I have an old 1963 Ampeg B-15. For my big gigs an Ampeg SVT VR with an 8x10 AV cab. My...
That's a little on the high side. But, it does seem like prices are going up right now.
That sounds like an incredibly cool project.
A slab body, single coil pickup, and maple neck make for the perfect bass. My oldest has a neck pencil date of 12-9-52 T.G. These basses hit all...
Here is a '69 thinline a friend of mine gigs with every week.
My JAN 66 Esquire. Quite pristine. I am a bass player, so it never gets played out. But, I've written a few songs on her.
Playing a gig with my honky-tonk band in Apollo Beach Florida.
These basses are great for both kinds of music; Old School Country and Rock 'n Roll!
I kinda obsess on Ampeg amps too!
The whole collection. From left to right:
1968 with modified body to look like the tuxedo tele., 1972, 1968, 1956, 1969, 2007 MIJ Paisley.
2007 MIJ. I have Rotosound flats on there and it sounds great.
I like old motorcycles too. 1968 Triumph, 1968 and 1972 Fender Telecaster basses.