Separate names with a comma.
Easier to just swing the arm out of the way if you don't use it
Present tense of "why" is different than when I was a kid and asked "why."
It's now just playing stuff that's in my head, which I enjoy every day.
Gretsch sold Bigsby to Fender
Well that's cool.
GC/MF has a HUGE central warehouse/shipping center just East KC MO.
Actually the screws are located over the tops two tone bars.
I guess my comment "but why?" was a little unclear.
Why would one want to remove...
Your pic is the ultimate factory "pinned bridge" set up.
Those pins in the body are allen set screws. They can be lowered, raised, or removed...
Timing is key
Pro players have "it."
Timing is also key for a Pro player to be heard and seen by the right people, at the right time, and then...
Welcome. Gretsch + Music Man = Sweetness.
But you already know that. :)
Yep, good stuff.
Congrats. That's sweet.
Yep, my Phoenix had that junky TOM on it too. Makes one wonder, but I tried out a couple of SS Bars, and all is good now.
My Prolines together.
IDK, work is work. Every profession has its downsides and benefits.
One enjoys it or tolerates it.
Retired, fishing, and enjoying life!
I'm thinking that with all the GC issues, they've been cleaning up returned/defective instruments and selling them.
If so, not good, but this...
That's really too bad.
There's always a lemon out there, but you hate to be "that person" that got it.
Sounds like it's getting resolved.
That's just pretty cool.
Shoot, play it, put it on the wall, gift it or whatever you do is a win win.
Your a lucky man. :)
I had my "doc" make a bone nut for my Phoenix. I'm like a dog, I like bones.
Perfection for playability and the tone that I like.
Ok, really had to think this over as I'm fortunate enough to have three outstanding ProLines.
This one is "the apple of my eye."
How did we...
Thanks for posting this.
Duane is a special guy to me. Great to see this write up.
Great choice. Congrats.
I'm still pondering over #1 in the other thread. Lol