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Discussion in 'Gretsch "Roots" Acoustic Forum' started by LeSainte, Oct 15, 2021.
Green machine isn't an option. That's my friend's Jeep's name. An absolute "Unit" of an XJ.
How about Steve? The Steve the green Dandy.
What? No jack plates?
I sure wasn't about to get two jack plates. Would've costed as much as the guitar.
Since there are two jacks... how about naming it Kojak (co-jack)?
Considering that you bought two different pickup systems, the cost of a couple of jack plates would just be a drop in the bucket.
I can't name it Kojack after the genuine DualTron pickups.
That's like naming a hollow-body "FilterTron".
Hell, the complete pickup system for my free Jim Dandy was only like $170.
What kind of jack plates are you looking at?
How's that sound, by the way?
I figure I'd probably get this jack plate if any.
Haven't had too much time with it. Had to set up for a wedding, then play at it. Against my desires, I decided to play my Rancher 12 String instead of the Jim Dandy. Sounds great through my acoustic amp though, and I like those Deltoluxe pickups.
I honestly don't have that great of an electric guitar amp, so I won't know until I have a chance to show it off to my father and play his amp.
Obviously having a sound-hole pickup dampens in alittle when playing unplugged. I'm going to wire the soundhole pickup so it can be removed or quick swapped. Just didn't have any spare 1/8" jacks.
You could call her Em.
Definitely in the running.
You’re not going to draw names out of a hat, are you?
Then its a stage name, not something you click with.
Will there be a Name Reveal Party?
I suppose you could wait til she gets older & then let her pick her own name.
Auntie Em. (Somehow that seems creepy).
Addendum: Call her “Ruby,” “y’know, like the slippers” & with a puzzled look—tell everyone you are color blind.
I assure you, the only hats involved will be on my head thusly.
Em is definitely calling my name with her high-pitched melodic tones. A stark contrast to how I play my other guitars, which are usually on the dark, moody, and melodic side.
That is very cool - great job
As far as a name....how about "Snot Your Guitar" to keep others away from grabbing it...
The Green hornet? Something Jade?
I saw a green Pesto cheese the other day which was close to this colour, so maybe the “Pesto Cheese incident”?
I think it's cool enough to call it Green Envy.