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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Alamo, Sep 4, 2020.
Oh, and don't forget to burn it and install the tuners upside down.
Get a heavy amp instead
Just ordered a weight gain mod for my modeler.
I really admire the work and the craftsmanship.
That's a really bad-ass guitar, in the end.
From a purely salesmanship standpoint though, I tend to believe that tuning the guitar up before the final playing demo would have helped just a bit.
I REALLY love guitar demos played out of tune, really shows up the guitar!
hmm - I think my Norlin LPC may still have the weight advantage
And, bonus, my strings are in tune
That’s one of the best flametops I’ve ever seen.
That was not meant to be a set neck. It has no tenon.
Jimmy Diresta usually makes cool stuff. this one ...not so much
Jimmy sure has some fine tools. I'm jelly, bro.
Maybe won't change anyone's mind, but at least the demo is better.
Youtube: I Bought Jimmy's Burnt Guitar
This would work with that guitar.
Better demo and intonation indeed...tuners are still upside down though
that has to be the only Fender black face amp I don't like
The drip pan is a nice and imaginative touch.
With a shop full of tools like that, you can probably build anything your mind dreams up, it somethings are not meant to be built.
I guess I don't have to say who this is.
But if you're familiar with Norlin-era Les Pauls, you KNOW they're absolute BEASTS! And here's that very same guitar at Ace is playing here, showing that in order to make that smoke bomb work and not destroy the guitar, it needed some serious mods which in current day terms would be considered weight relieve.