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There is a new Hendrix box set coming out, 5CD on the 22nd, and 8 LP on December 13, and it has the stupidest title I've ever heard:
It's just a classic vibe 50's with gold parts and a fancy smancy neck plate. In no way is it worth 325. That's about what CV's were going for new...
Yes. That's a Fender Vintera 60's Jazzmaster. Before that it was a Squier VM Jazzmaster.
3", 4 ohm, and 5 watts, but there is a big problem:
That PCB is soldered on, and that ribbon wire is soldered on to it, and soldered to...
Are you using the low Power mode? If you are, and it's still too loud, and you like Marshall's, I would suggest finding an old Lead 12 in good...
I haven't even looked at my strats in 5 years.
There is no "Best" anything when it comes to tone.
I've had 2 of them. Word of caution, the speakers don't last all that long at higher volumes.
Yep, that's just how Fender does it. Why they do it that way, I have no idea.
He was also Al Green's musical director for a very long time, he did alright for himself.
It looks like that one part of Fallout 4's Far Harbor DLC:[IMG]
Wile Coyote was a product tester for Acme. It explains how he could quickly and easily get so much stuff from them.
Guitar wiring isn't difficult, it's not like wiring up a car or anything, and we'll help you with anything you need.
I got worse news...
That body is not Squier, it's a Harley Benton. Most of them seem have a stop tail piece, but some did come with a Jazzmaster...
And/or at the saddle. Here's a video of intentionally making the strings hang up.
Look at that, hit the trem bar, it goes back in tune.
I figure it's supposed to be like that, I mean look at that ribbon wire, it's covered in foam. They didn't want anything to rattle loose or...
That's a Wilkinson Roller Nut from back in the day.
That's exactly what happens here.
Fender did use Centralab, CTS, and Stackpole pots in the 60's and 70's, and that pot code is from the 16th week of 1976.
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I've got one worse for ya, it makes Plan 9 look like Citizen Kane:
"Monster A Go-Go". It has a 5% on Rotten Tomatoes. FIVE PERCENT!
That looks really good!
You probably haven't seen this one either: