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Wow!! That is special!
Love my Strat.
Totally agree. My pro line is just faultless. I've also heard so many good things about Tokai, Edwards and some other made in Japan "Gibsons"....
Thanks Jim. No UK distance to far. I'll check them out!
Block markers is the preference and It would be nice to fit one in my collection also.
This is up there with the Ultra in Texas Tea.
I give you, Dark Night[ATTACH]
I hear that. I myself have had the opportunity to indulge in guitar buying purely because the Covid situation has curbed my ability to spend my...
Totally agree. This is not the kind of purchase to be made without a number of hands-on experiences.
Thank you. That's the thing with GAS. The thrill of the chase is just as enjoyable as the final purchase!
Hmm that's a good point. Question is... When will that be. I got my Powerjet at PMT in Brum, really good guys in there.
The heritage does look great but I think I'd always be saying "It's not a Gibson 335".
I'm silly I know.
Yes reverb have a few in the UK but the used price is hanging right around the bottom of the new price. If it's a lifer, and I want it to be. It's...
The flame top on that is incredible!
I can absolutely believe that from my Gretsch experiences. Is my Proline Gretsch 5 times better than my Electromatic. I'd say not. The Electro' is...
I'm a 90 minute drive away. So that was one of the first places I looked. They have 1 reissue at £4500 in stock. Which is £1500 more than I'm...
It's the law of diminishing returns. I've played a friends Epi Dot 335. It's a good guitar - priced at a steal. Tremendous value.
Is the Gibson...
I agree. It's always been about the Cherry. To change now would be foolish.
I think my title may have been confusing. I meant a 335, but that 335S is an interesting guitar for sure!!
Im looking for something a little...
Yes!! Congratulations. That's a beauty!
So the gas thread proved timely.
Out of the blue I have had a long forgotten policy mature a week or so ago and decided I might "waste" this...
Yes, yes and yes again. He is a big fave of mine too. The fills he plays between chords sound like nobody else.
Love that Tele'. I'm so tempted to get one, if I didn't believe my wifes threat that another guitar in the house will end our marriage....
This fixes most things ;)
I've tried so many strings but have seemed to find a happy groove with GHS Dave Gilmour Boomers 10-48.
They are worth a spin.
Point well made regarding The Edge @Tadhg .
So Should the question be, "which guitarist has evolved the least through their career"?