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Now it just looks, um...classic (no pun intended).
Ok, I thought maybe the amp was responsible for the airy quality that you hear, but now...don't know.
BUT -- when I was looking for a Gretsch, I...
"Thicker sound" to me would suggest humbuckers in a solid body, so maybe a Gibson. What kind of amplification are you using?
Good luck, man. Best wishes, also.
Taylor 812C. 26+ years now.
You've described my beard to a T. I'm kind of fond of it. Or I hate shaving.
I like the idea of the Gumby green; but what about red knobs for that?
Yeah, mine is always the #2 clippers, a little shorter on top. My wife says it makes me look mean, though. But my hair is so thin that any attempt...
You're not alone. I'm so bad at cutting hair, though, that my only real choice is to give myself a buzz cut.
Ok, that was inspired. And a great guitar sound too.
That is super nice. Congrats!
Of course not! Glad to be of help when I can be.
I measured mine with a tape measure, and your guesses are about right, but I'd say 2.5 instead of 2.4
Once you use it a bit, though, I'm sure...
Nice! Looks to be a pretty decent instrument. We'll be hearing it in a while, right?
That's really cool. Interested in reading your impressions of it.
Clapton during the Mayall and Cream years
Johnny Winter, the first several Columbia albums
The Three Kings: B.B., Freddie, and Albert
Is V for Virtual?
Orange single cut hollowbody. So nice....
Nice! I love the 6120s!
That is really cool. Another one for the wish list....
I don't know if my advice is good, but if I had two hollowbodies already, I think I'd go for a solid body. In fact, a 6228 Jet stoptail in...
A lot of music without a lot of notes. Kudos.
Congratulations, that's a beautiful guitar.
The comparison is good. I can actually tell the difference between the two pickups; not always true with online comparisons.
But now I want...