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Discussion in 'Vintage Tele Discussion Forum (pre-1974)' started by Baloop, Jul 24, 2021.
Yep. That. Nothing to add, nothing to substract.
Wow! I hope that "relicing" happened the real way. If so, that guitar has some stories to tell and plugged into that rig I bet it will.
Someone has fire fingers, or a hot touch! I like the relicing on the body, but the neck kind of grosses me out, to be honest. But what a cool looking guitar nonetheless. How are the WRHB behaving with the orange amp? Interesting pairing.
Maybe just a bit of wood filler for that rabbit warren behind the bridge.
Wow. That right there is centerfold worthy.
Do the strings ever get stuck in the fretboard gunk?
Don't worry, it should buff out.
Stripped down and simple. Way to go. Love the little Laney on the window sill-that's a cutey.
I think that one thing needs to be added.
Killer guitar! and amp.
Yes, all done the real way. I don’t know the stories but I’m happy to continue them.
The Orange is a loud amp so I usually need to use an overdrive for some grind. It takes pedals well and is easy to dial in a great sound. When people have heard it it surprises them how great it sounds. It’s definitely a rock amp but can also blues it up. Cleans are great too.
No, ha, but it looks like it would. The finish that’s there is pretty well still stuck. And the wood is smooth to play.
that's a lot of playing on the 10th and 11th fret!
I can see 'Blues in E', 'Blues in D'?
It does look that way. Makes me wonder what songs were played. I wish I knew more of it's history. That should be a tread.
Spectacular. I'm also a bit surprised at the pairing with the Orange, but sometimes the best pairings are the ones you don't see coming.