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Really? When I think of Floyds the first thing that pops to my mind is..
Really? "A Quick One While He's Away" - they wanted a cello section, but the record company wouldn't pay for it. So we got them saying "cello"...
Probably Gene Krupa.
Keith Moon, which I'm surprised to see it took this long to get his name out there.
Looks cool. Following.
Mesa Boogie. No substitutes.
Or Madison Divinity.
I've heard if you really take the time to learn it, it works wonderfully.
I'm open to a lot of new stuff when it comes to guitar, so I'm curious to check this out.
A lot of that stuff is technically...
I have never determined the exact reason for the two holes in the headstock.
They don't go through, and they are very cleanly done.
My only guess...
1984 E Series.
I've an '84 Japanese Strat. E series.
I love it a lot. I'm not a fan of the 7.25 radius, but I still love playing it.
I agree about finishing up a project or modding a guitar.
It always makes me reinvigorated to play it- and sometimes just picking up a different...
I absolutely love LPB strats.
I'm 28 :D Have 2 strats.
I couldn't tell you the last time I broke a string, and I bend hard!
It's definitely been years.
It's not PC...but it's good.
I *used* to have a midnight wine trio, now it's down to 1.
1. 2003 MIM Strat
My first ever "name brand" guitar. My mom bought it for my 16th...
Here's a thread from another forum I visit where people have collected a lot of factory tours....
I always used a toothpick. Insert, snap off, smooth the broken end, screw in. Always worked for me.
Hate me all you want.
Also, all the Kurt Cobain hate, jeez.