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That was my college major and undergraduate degree; I worked on the Fujitsu fax marketing team. But, I would never make bullet points like that...
Well, at least they put that in print, rather than leave it up to the internet grapevine to help you figure out what changed when you play their...
That's an oxymoron when you say "a faithful reproduction", combined with, "slightly hotter output than their vintage counterparts".
If money was no object, I would buy a Rickenbacker 360/12C63. But, since my budget is $125, this may be a more versatile and cheaper alternative...
My first quality quality guitar that I bought new in 1984.
Tough choice indeed. Today I'm going to vote for smoke green. Nice pics.
Glad the reissue works well for you. Yes, the early Marshalls were based on a Fender Bassman, using whatever parts were available in England.
They passed away on the same day: sad and eerie. Rest in peace, Signe and Paul.
I know, he's a bit on the wild side, and his personality has been scrutinized here and in other forums. But, he's a great player and...
Congrats and enjoy; they are very nice. I saw a candy apple red one in Guitar Center last week.
I've used flats and wound Gs before, but I couldn't appreciate the difference as much before as I do now. Probably because my action...