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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by rze99, Nov 11, 2019.
On the Sellas certainly. As I said, flamboyant! A spot of mild porn with your custom build, sir?
Wow thank you for posting that. That is it sounded in my head. Like a journey back in time.
Don’t forget to route it for a Kahler first
Unfortunately, they feed back way too much when you try to play the intro to "Pinball Wizard" in front of some Marshall stacks.
Wow. Those are some cool guiatrs!
Do they have a MIA line?
They break beautifully in the climax though
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Is that Strad's hand reflecting in the guitar's back?
Some information on 1600s guitar:
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Beat me to it.
Some types have been around since the stone age!
wonder what they had for pedals.....
And this is a classic piece of repertoire for baroque guitar
Not as beautiful as 16th century lute music from England, to me, but still wonderful. I played this tune (the prelude, in fact) on standard classical guitar, but it never sounded as convincing…
Some nice flame on the back of the neck.
I could so put a Floyd Rose on that!!
What does it weigh? Any idea what good replacement pups would work best?
Very interesting, thanks! Seems that Mr. S gas gone for elegant simplicity over bling.
Keep Kurt Russell away from it