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My first was a Stella acoustic, bought new in 1962. I still have it but it's not playable anymore.
I recommend you buy the ones from StewMac. They're tapered so they change the tilt of the neck. They come in a set of three thicknesses. Usually,...
It's my favorite amp for playing in the house. I've had Fenders, Marshalls and others, but the only one that I like as much is the AC15. My 6120...
I like vintage frets. I've never had trouble doing bends with them. The worst, IMO, are narrow tall. I tend to make notes go sharp with them.
I've had a Recording King for a few years. It cost about $250 new and sounds much better than you would expect for that price.
I have 11-50's with a wound G on my 6120 and don't have a problem doing bends.
Scotty Moore's autobiography titled "That's Alright, Elvis" is a really good read that covers not just Moore and Elvis, but a lot of the other...
All I can say is wow! Now I want one.
I use Gibson Pump Polish. It's quick to use, works well, and smells good.
I had a Pedulla bass shipped to me in just the case from California to the East Coast. The case had 5 or 6 strips of clear packing tape around it...
I use Gibson Vintage Reissue pure nickel strings on all my Gibsons. I haven't tried them on anything else yet.
That's possible. I only checked reviews on the vintage style straps. There were so many complaints about peeling, it scared me away from the company.
Any single coil has some hum, but the hum on my strat is louder than the P-90's on my ES295 and Les Paul Specials.
That's nice! What is the model number?
I love Gibson acoustics. I have four of them.
It's funny, but someone on the first page said the Gibsons he's played sounded dead and dull....