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The airline guitars are great, I have the H59 and couldn't be happier
I have played one with that pickup before. Very cool
Valco, National, Harmony, etc
My primary instrument is the viola and I use Thomastik Infelds and they are great. For me, they last a year.
Thanks, I've always liked the syncros so I might go that route.
Yeah, when looking into the body it's just hollow, no tressle bracing or anything like that. It is fine though I was just curious if I could...
I will get that picture posted
I got this when I was 16. It's a National 1125 from 1955. It is part of the very very limited run of the "Midnight Blue" color. This guitar has...
How does it work?
Yeah, that was the first site I checked. I have this rare and special 1955 National Archtop that I would feel horrible poking holes in it.
Does anyone know of a tremolo system kind of like the Gretsch Tone Twister? I have a very special guitar that I don't want to put holes in however...
I have an Airline H59 which is a semihollow body with 3 gold foils. Very twangy and jangly. The next position sounds great for Duane Eddy's stuff.
Yes, it is an electromatic prototype from a few years back.
Why was the Gretsch 2627 streamliner a flop? Any ideas? It was released in June this year and they've already discontinued it.
Good deal for an electromatic here.
It may not be a Harley Benton but I bought a microphone from Thomann and they have top-notch customer service.
Very cool. Any idea on cost?
I have a Chinese Airline H59 and it beats everything I own including a 1955 USA gretsch.
That's stupid. You might as well buy a streamliner at this point.
Buy a simple house, a few guns, Gibson j200 and Gretsch 6012, and then give the rest to charity.
I apologize for posting three. I accidentally clicked the post bottom too many times.
I picked up an extremely rare National 1125 Midnight Blue Guitar today at an auction. Very cool 1950s vibe and a great player. I thought y'all...
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