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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drrohle, Aug 11, 2019.
Saw this ad in my Videomaker magazine and had to laugh...
Holy Crap, is that a braided rug?
Wowza! Errr... why isn't my guitar staying in tune?DOH!
Judging from the dust on the headstock it looks like it hasn't been played in 40 years either.
Obviously doesn't have a Bigsby on it either.
Not at all trustworthy. OMG.
Oh come on now, it is so simple, no need to cut off the excess string. It is a close cousin to not cutting your strings but coiling them. Ya know, like most of us did on our acoustics in the 70’s.....
Yeah but at least he got them on the right posts and winding the right direction!
I didn't even start playing guitar until the 80's!
only reason I don't have my GRETSCH in this line up is that I have not had to change the strings on it yet!
Probably took 15 minutes to get that bass e string to pitch.
The nut seems to be cut well.
Your a throw back....
Sorry ...... just had too
Well, it's obvious he doesn't own a pair of diagonal pliers.
At least they clipped the string ends
Must be ok....the guy is playing it
I'm sure that when I started playing I had something similar. Maybe not as many winding, but certainly more than I needed.
When I was in a band, I was always having much too many rolls around the tuner. Then tuning had to be a 10 minutes exercise before any rehearsal or gig, pulling each string until it does no longer move the pitch. After that, I could play hours without the slightest tuning change.
"Well, since they sold me all of this string, I'm gonna use it every bit of it."