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I don't know what the V-Mod bridge would be like with the Duncan QP, but I do know I'd consider the latter as far 'richer and fatter' than the...
Interesting indeed. Thanks for posting.
I don't expect or need everything in my life to be perfect. And so I would keep it, play it and enjoy for what it is.
Having said that, if...
I used the light top/heavy bottom Dean Markley set (the old red pack) on all manner of Telecasters and Strats for many years without experiencing...
Goodbye, Bacon Chips.
Yeah, the Duncan QP is one I'd be considering too
The Bacon Chairs
Interesting indeed, and it brings back the memory of a Breezysound I owned in the 1980s - yeah, definitely a 'V'.
An old thread, but...
The Berlin Stories
by Christopher Isherwood
Containing "Goodbye to Berlin' and 'Mr Norris Changes Trains.'
And I remember buying his first solo album. It's very much of its time (1982) but none the worse for that.
I remember buying the Heartbeat City album and on first play being taken by how great of a recording it sounded.
In my office at home I've one on a stand within easy reach, with the others in a rack inside an alcove.
I do it three times a week anyway as a finisher where it's part of an abbreviated kind of PPL lifting routine, but it's an available...
Yeah, another vote for legit.
I tried one of those recently and despite not having any expectations either way was pleasantly surprised.
- starts at about 00:30
I'm sure he'll have been mentioned, but, Martin Taylor.
At 16, the first day of my full time job included unpacking a couple of (then) new Nikon F3 camera bodies and getting them ready for my boss to use.
Eddie Cochran performing Twenty Flight Rock in The Girl Can't Help it.
Ian Matthews - Brown Eyed Girl
There's a cool thread on the go at the moment about playing your first gig...
I was 17 or 18. Some older friends who gigged regularly in a covers band asked me to stand in for their guitar player who had injured his arm. It...
I watched the jazz series (almost 20 years ago? :eek: ) and will make a point of seeing this one.
A mid-70s(?) Custom. It was just one of those guitars where everything felt and sounded right from the first moment I picked it up. And despite...