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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratoman10, May 13, 2018.
So when do we get to see it ?
Cool. Plus it’s hard to argue over a few bucks if you’re in love with the guitar.
Congrats man- looks gorgeous. I’ve always wanted one of the smaller semi-hollows but I got a -335 before they came out and could never justify the purchase.
My ex gf's Dad had a beautiful 335, around mid 60 ish vintage. They're a bit unwieldy for me if I'm sitting down though. I do love the sound of them. What pickups do you have ? This has 57 Classics, same as my LP but with this body they do have a different sound. They're right home here
Couple of days maybe a bit more and it should be close enough to take a couple pics. Toughest part of these things is the dang patience.
My Yamaha SAS was made with only two pots but I felt that it needed a second volume. It cost me about $50 plus the price of the pot to fit.
LThe electronics can be made to be whatever you want them to be.” Good point.
Sorry, misread. Beautiful axe. Keep it. I would. If I were looking for a semi hollow body these days, your guitar would be on my list.
Oh yeah, that stuff. I dont have that
Thank you. It's in pretty immaculate shape. That was definitely a factor in keeping it
Me thinks you should keep this guitar. Looks and plays GREAT. FWIW, I'm not a fan of the quad control setup.
I have them on my LP and SG. I kind of like it
What a great example that loving a specific guitar trumps targeting a model any day of the week.
Quick shot of the current state of affairs.
Down from 4 controls to two.
Waiting on a replacement and a bit larger Om symbol before finishing it up.. but so far so good I guess.