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I seem to recall the Gretsch write up on the Viking and Falcon. If I remember correctly, the tempered frets, which were only above the 12th fret,...
And another possibility is using a GK guitar with a VG-99. You can go from standard tuning to Nashville, Open G, Single Coil, Humbucker, and more,...
The same era Viking also has them.
I've never been that concerned with weight. I gigged with a very heavy Gretsch Viking for years. I handled it by using a wide strap, to distribute...
I'm a synth guitarist, so what I've been using is a Princeton Stereo Chorus. The guitar goes into the normal into, the stereo send goes to a...
My first Guitar Teacher was a 1967 Beatle's song book.
Learned every song in the book on a Silvertone Acoustic.
One of these days, I may get a 5th Avenue acoustic. In the meantime, I'll have to be satisfied with the 11 Godins I already have. :)
My two 1960s Gretsch, 1966 Nashville, 1967 Viking with FSU, are overshadowed by Godin
I like waffles.
Weasling will be called out.
I like weasels too. :)
1. Beatles or Stones? - Yes
2. John or Paul? - Yes
3. Gibson or...
It is an actual tuning fork, and was supposed to provide sustain. I have the original paper work with mine.
The idea was, string vibration caused...
I own a 67 Tabaco Burst Viking, complete with Floating Sound Unit. I used to own a 67 Blond, but someone decided they liked it more than me.