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You could have used the same line that I did when somebody told me I was one of the best he'd heard. I told him he needed to get out more.
Not being a big fan of the "mud switch" circuitry. I'm not sure I see the advantage over traditional tone pots.
That's probably just me though.
I'm another Casino fan, mine being from 2004.
But you made a good decision with the Sheraton ll. The big difference being the new splittable...
Actually, if you only have eleven, maybe now twelve, guitars, it's time to get serious.
While at GC, "Oh, look, the new banjo stock just arrived."
I went with the Gator 335 style Journeyman in cream burlap. Beautiful case, great protection, well priced at around $140.
1. Pay off everybody I owe (house, cars, credit cards)
2. Find a reliable investment firm.
3. Be smart with what's left.
Having owned or played several of the different models from the various points of origin, and not just Gretsch, I'm finding that quality build and...
One point, probably somewhat painful for him, that Les never discussed, was that he was in the process of divorcing Mary Ford and not wanting to...
When you have nothing better to do than open a thread that mentions "old".
Boss has sevearal devicees (AD-3, AD-8) that eliminate feedback, allowing you to perform at higher volume levels regardless of the type of guitar...
I think my oldest Tele is a Custom from 1964. Looks a lot like yours though. Funny thing is, I really wanted a maple neck, but they were hard to...
Of my current 30+ guitars, the only one I've ever named is a wine red Epi ES-339. It's "Rose".
I'm familiar with the product. Just wondering why Gretsch dropped the zero fret. That was one of Chet's suggestions from what I've read.
Several of my Gretsches came from the 2002 era, and they all had zero frets (6120, 6128). It seem to me that once Fender took over production, the...