Doctor of Teleocity
- Apr 26, 2003
- Augusta, Maine
Strat trem springs...silver or black, how many, and what pattern ?Fender vs Gibson, Beatles vs Stones, Tubes vs Solid State...
There are some topics that almost always seem to end in a pile-on, no matter how it starts. Those are a few that I can think of off hand.
Without actually going into pile-on level details (this is an EQ test ), what are the big ones... anything related to the guitar world?
And, in your humble opinion, why is it such a touchy subject?
And how to mute them, so it doesn’t sound “reverb-ey”.Strat trem springs...silver or black, how many, and what pattern ?
read the real old Guitar player interview with Andres Segovia.
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Joe Bonamassa has some good qualities
Millennials is its own flame topic on guitar boards.Varies hugely by generation .
One of the absolute greatest things that you might not initially realize if you overhear a bunch of millennials talk music, is that there is virtually no chance of anyone even mentioning Uriah Heep, Wishbone Ash, Styx, Vanilla Fudge , other crap band, additional s****y group, etc…
I mean, not even to say “oh, you know who else sucks that my dad listens to ?”
And then they rattle off those names plus a couple more D-listers.
Thank you millennials !
Whoa! Hold on their schoolie. That could start a war!top wrap, tonewood, solid state, 6-saddle bridge blues.
He (Segovia) was impressed with Django."a blight"
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