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I started with jazz after high school when I was living down in the ‘hood. Playing with my neighbor Johnny Blanchard, passing a pint of Ancient...
There’s always the Red Key at 52nd and College. ;)
Anything that Freddie King recorded. I think “Well, I could do that “ I can’t.
The CV Teles have grooved, brass saddles.
Some are held on by sheet metal tabs through slots. Twist the tabs and the cover stays on.
Fender made an MIM Classic Series Strat in Shell Pink, but they’re uncommon and command a premium price compared to the usual.
I don’t gig, but have a pink Squier that’s a blast to play. I’m also working on getting a shell pink Strat body for a future partscaster.
Why are you asking us? There’s an e-mail address and a phone number in Contacts at the bottom of every page on their site.
Yes, that’s what you get for $70. We didn’t get the opportunity to talk you out of it.
Then that’s ash all over it.
Today, coincidentally, I saw an ad on the side of a bus and it was pitching some kind of regional, sweet wines. I thought “Yech... it’s Strawberry...
Yes. It was alder, but just went ‘thud’ when it landed. I’m still out in the woods waiting for an ash to fall.
GG was a master. It seemed to me that he put a high value on playing discrete ‘songs,’ and not frameworks for improvisation, ‘though he was a fine...
Nailed it @fezz parka. Martin Belmont is a master of straightforward musical statements on the Telecaster. Listen to most anything by Nick Lowe...
A good question, but a good example of why there's a search function on this site. This has been asked and answered at least dozen times every year.
^This. It's a sheet of non-ferrous, conductive material near a magnetic field. It's no big deal.
Special powers is a synonym for mojo. People say they hear a difference. No one seems able to quantify the difference in a scientific way.
It's a name.
My only thought is that for most cabs you’ll need to drill it yourself. Some cab makers will drill if you send them your chassis.
You'll love that thing. Plug in and crank it up until those P-90s bark.
Was this Halloween, or the real you?
That may not be a world's record, but it's impressive anyway!
When the model went into production, Jimmie went to the Mexican plant, met lots of people on the production lines, and played a concert for them...
Assembly programmer? In 8086 assembly that little thing would take 30 times the lines of code. That stuff drove me nuts.