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Vintage Teles have 54mm bridge spacing, which is just about perfect. So in that regard at least, Leo got it right the first time.
Tell him he's dreaming.
Quite possibly my favourite Stones song ... nicely played
Interesting read. As machine learning becomes more commonplace and more useful, I doubt these ethical concerns will stand in the way. The ends...
I don't care what they may say, that sounded great SD!
Ahah, the carpet doesn't match the drapes!
Sorry I can only cut it into 10.
That sums it up pretty well. Some guitars seem to work fine with vintage spacing (I have one), others don't (I have one too but replaced the...
yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!
Of course it's an issue. That's why Fender chose narrow spacing when they re-imagined the Strat as the American Standard.
The vintage spacing...
Oooh nice score! I'm picturing it with a mint green guard .. but mainly picturing it without that one!
It's that crazy Swede's fault as usual.
That's the one. Lots of fun to play along with after a few drinks, you don't have to remember any changes!
Can't remember this one being done but would be surprised if it hasn't
Depends on the fretboard and the frets. I didn't like the vintage spacing on my CS50s so swapped in a Hwy1 bridge. On my HR62 the vintage spacing...
Worst case of endorser remorse I've ever seen.
Sounds like the plot of a superhero movie ... oh shoot they did AntMan already
Coulda sworn that one was It Don't Come Easy
Fender through Vox = heaven!
Elvis is in the building. Welcome!
Welcome! What's a gb musician?
John C, another lapse like that and I may stop worshipping you.
I bought the Strat in the fall of 1974 from a guy in the dorm at Grand Valley Colleges (now Grand Valley State University) He told me that he...
Just like the guitars, Fender owners are usually categorised as pre-CBS, CBS or post-CBS. So, which are you?