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If you already have a soldering iron, you don’t need the hot poker.
The Ides of March didn’t turn out so happy for Julius Caesar.
Grow up wouldja please?
Just by way of interest,
“MirrorLess” has been around a while.
I still have mine. The big advantage...
...Should be made into a T-shirt.
What else falls out?
Well my dreadnought is 55 years old, so there’s lotsa stuff in there.
I usually get at least one more pick than I was...
The Random Pattern .
Get it ?
Deep, so very deep.
One 6 string.
One double neck 6 & 8.
One Pedal Steel.
(See Wallaby’s above comment about “mangling”).
I vote Elvis.
Do they not normally come with a lubricant pack ?
Sure, just hollow out the old ones and slip the new ones in the shell.
Framus Acoustics, like the TEXAN model had laminated necks.
Canadians old enough to remember
“Don Messer’s Jubilee” on CBC TV
will remember Fred Mckenna.
From the legal dept's viewpoint, it's asking for trouble.
That is like saying that building a car that has a hood that lifts to access the...
Bourbon and Coke on ice.
Substitute the Coke for Bourbon.
I will second the suggestion to modify this cheap doubleneck.
Here is how mine turned out.
I re-did one neck as eight strings and yes,...
I worked for a major Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, that can remain nameless for the purpose of the this anecdote.
We had one of our...
Since the baffle and cabinet's sides acoustic purpose is to prevent phase cancellation at lower frequencies, (in a typical speaker box), I'll bet...
Waaaay back in 2011 I thought this dried silicone tube cleaner would be a good shop trick too....
Waaaay back in 2011 I thought this would be a good shop trick too.
But Colt W Knight followed up with a sensible caution.
I have a II and a IIIv2.
Prefer the III, because of the on board display.
Though I sure don't need that many watts at home.
Yamaha Chord Tracker app may meet your needs.
It will give chord fingering/music notation as the piece plays.
Vaseline and Glitter.
I have a few tools that have natural rubber handles from the olden days.
My cat licks them, and licks the rubber leg tips on a vintage music...
And automobile glass when it breaks sounds like an armful of wine glasses hitting the tile floor.