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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by elmicko, Dec 10, 2019.
I’d have to start wearing a shirt while I played, that metal looks like it might get cold.
Combine it with a Fat Finger:
And a Fathead:
... in case your guitar wasn't already a neck diver!
Just Do it right! use a piece of Railroad track.
to get that famous chugga chugg sound
Added TDPRI tone guru mystique benefit: helps keep your shrit bumched.
Don Rich and James Burton would've sounded so much better if this had come along earlier.
As someone who has a 3-lb block of brass underneath the bridge of my ES-335, I say give it a try!
(Don't ask me if my 335 sounds better with the brass block than it did before, that was 40 years ago. But it sounds hella great now.)
What a load of old cobblers.
The great brass scare of the late 70s.
Tone is in the ...
This umm...device...came up a few months ago on a Telecaster page on FB that I'm on. The OP (who either was the inventor or dealer of said "device") got his panties in a serious twist over some (well, most) of the comments. The page admin. ended up having to delete the post.
I can think of many other things to waste my money on...
that was disturbing.
I'd buy it in a heartbeat, but I just spent all of my money on these magic beans.
to paraphrase the great cat stevens... 'if you want to believe, believe'
No Thanks!!! that's about 8lb's worth of,,,
hahaha oh my god
actually, it probably works.. much like all the metal contraptions we added to our 80's era metal guitars... but, remember a guitar is a study in compromises... and what's compromised with such additions is the warmth the guitar's overall construction imparts. All that hardware just filters it out..
This is, IMO what happened as the 80's surrendered to the 90's.. and guys started noticing the sound the C&W guys were getting from a "plank" plugged into a Deluxe... so they were trying it with their metal guitars and were surprised by how austere they sounded when played "clean".. Disgusted they waddle down to the local Guitar shop and plug a Tele into a Deluxe.. and wham!! there's the sound they wanted...
...and it doubles as a buckle-rash guard.
I mean, my tele 12 has a fair bit of neck dive... it be a good solution to that!