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I can watch them every night on Dish.
It's missing the 1/2 of the neck. no deal :p
If you are considering keeping it. take it to a local luthier for a professional, in-hand exam and diagnosis.
It's possible that the guitars have different value pots in them. That would make a difference.
Geez, do you think you could be as little less subtle.
The jack plate is not mussing, they didn't install one.
The "G" on the knobs
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Use a file and slotted fretboard protector. Also a Fret Rocker will be a great help.
I am humbled by the praise for the amp. Thank you all.
It's a head chassis
I'll bet you have the coils wired out-of-phase.
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I felt sorry that my guitar had no first fret inlay until I met a guitar that had no neck :rolleyes:
Well how about "Ralph Cramden" as a new handle :)
Brad Crook made most of Brad Paisley's Teles.
I'm a Tele freak, but I'd have to say that my 1961 reissue Casino is the most versatile guitar I have.
One of my good friends is a jazz player who uses a Tele almost exclusively. He keeps his ES175 at home
Elvis isn't dead, I saw him on a motorcycle just last week :)