Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'New Member Intros' started by danielktdoranie, Oct 8, 2021.
Welcome, Daniel - nice guitars!
pic of my J-35
Welcome to Gretsch-Talk, home of guitar players of taste.
Another welcome to the forum, from Canada. Folks are pretty easy to get along with here, enjoy your stay!
Welcome to the forum.
I hitch-hiked around Ireland, etc. in 1967. Great holiday!
Welcome to Gretsch-Talk, Daniel!
You'll find an abundance of guitar nerds here, so you'll be in good company.
Welcome to the forum Daniel!
Happy J-35 owner here, too - Wonderful guitar!
And is that a Robot-tuner I see on the back of that LP headstock? Ha! Sort of a controversial gizmo when they first came out. How do you like it?
Welcome Daniel , I just received a custom Emerald carbon fiber guitar from and made in Ireland about a month ago. You have some nice guitars.
I think of you’re saving for years to buy a Les Paul, and you want the kind of Les Paul your guitar hero played: you’ll hate the Min-ETune. If you only play in standard, you’ll hate the Min-ETune.
However, if you play in multiple tunings and don’t care about “LARPing” as Jimmy Page (funny enough Jimmy Page championed a guitar with a similar mechanical tuning system in the 90s) then you’ll love the Min-ETune.
I love being able to go to DADGAD to EADGBE to DADGBD quickly, in the same song even (with a drum fill in to give me a some time).
I love the Min-ETune, I love that guitar. The wider neck, the roller nut, and the Jim DeCola designed mini hum buckers are out of this world.
The Min-ETune means I can take 1 guitar to a gig versus 3.
Cool. I think a lot of people (at least here in the US) rejected them as a matter of general principle when they first came out, maybe without giving them a fair shot.
Nice to hear that somebody actually likes them!