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i played one and preferred it to the MIJ gretsches i played right next to it.
bend ball end with pliers, hold string tight with both hands. put in tuner and tighen. easy..
Fender Pawn Shop 51. and not sure on neck specs. but wider than my american standard's neck for sure.
Maybe my favorite neck ive ever played. Nice and wide like a PRS. flawless fretwork. Gonna put a Suhr thornbucker in the bridge.
not a fan of his in the slightest.
2011 natural ash american standard tele. refinished by the folks at Veritas Guitars.
learning and knowing the nashville number system helps alot. patterns are easy to remember. and the system breaks it down into patterns. All you...
I've seen a lot of you guys with rubber things behind the bridge to dampen unwanted sympathetic notes. what are those and where would i find some?
kidding aside, this was $700 to have refinished. just the body. o_O
nothing is essential for anything.
I was thinking about ordering one from USACG! but i think ill stick with the stock. its setup pretty well.
Ran across this online and had to have it!!
2011 60th Anniversary "LE Nitro" American Standard Tele
Originally blonde...Refinished by Veritas....
its pretty easy to use CL and avoid issues and scams as long as you use your head and have some common sense.
Titan by Kauer and Suhr Classic T Pro. Both phenomenal. Cost exactly the same. Id give the edge to the Suhr though, but...
when threads collide!! haha
I am in love.
you're skimming over the part where they called him a liar saying it mustve been hit to produce that damage when he said it had not.
what's a suspion
Noted! Now that we mention it, it took me walking into the platinum room 6 times for the employee inside to ask if i even needed assistance. i was...
joy is a choice not something that can happen to you.
but happiness, sure. all 4 of mine bring my happiness.
what didnt you like about it?
the MIK's sounded beefier than the others but very very similar and played and felt very similarly. if i didnt see the price tags or know about...
you're right. i dont see myself buying a pro line at this point. i probably wont buy an electromatic either though atleast not for a while.
if im potentially going to pay upwards of $2500 for a guitar, it better be perfect. and its sad when the guitar from their brand costing less than...