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I've wanted a 335 since the early 70s. Got a 330 instead, I was a kid, i didn't know the dif. The 330 is a great guitar and I still have it but it...
Thanks! Yea, it is great when you get to play with some players who just have the feel, it just comes out so easy, no fighting it.
It was fun, the bass and drum guys could really play. House amp was a BF deluxe reverb. I knew some folks there and there was a good crowd.
Blues jam, took the H535 out. I gig strats and teles and so this one doesn't get played as much, but great guitar.
I worked in a music store in the 90s that did mostly used stuff. More than one high end old guitar I was told by the buyer that it was going to Japan.
I was bass shopping yesterday. I was hoping the Player p bass would work for me. I tried 3 or 4 of them, every one was a little different, I...
I was cold, so I stayed home. I was bored, so I did this -
Here's that Rainy Day - Jazz standard
First one that came to mind when I saw the topic.
Bought a '60 330 in '73. Doesn't get played too much any more, unfortunately. Great guitar though.
Bought a '60 strat in '76. That one gets played...
'99 H535 that I got a couple years ago. I took until a few weeks ago, messing with pickups and bridge and tailpieces to get it where I wanted it....
#1 - check the nut.
#2 - if still an issue, check the nut again
#3 - if is isn't the nut, take it to a good repair guy (I mean a good one). Have...