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Always two sides to a story. Thanks Joel.
But caps like this do look pretty cool when they're installed...then you screw the cover plate on and they become invisible...
Good to hear from you, Ben.
Good news, all considered!
They say the prep is worse than the procedure - I did find that to be true.
When I had mine, they gave me Fentanyl for any pain I might feel, and Versed - a mind-eraser - so in case the Fentanyl didn't work, I wouldn't...
I was going to try the magnet thing on a kit build I did a few years ago, but after a lot of planning and consideration, I bailed on the idea, and...
Perhaps small magnets? Carve a small scallop at the top of the cover recess - just big enough to slip a fingernail under to remove the cover.
Nice rig shaping up there.
Ash if it's a clear or transparent finish - I consider wood choice in electrics 99% cosmetic. I do think that the laminated construction of a Les...
Beautiful. Those dings are easily fixed if you're so inclined, but there's nothing wrong with honest wear, either.
I'm in. Profile pic changed to Miss Phoebe & Oliver. Please don't cut us loose, Ben!
Hang in there and get well!
You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your beautiful girl.
Aren't threads like this prohibited on the Forum anyway?
Very nice! Black plastics on a dark burst is one of my favorite Strat looks.
A Player this year...but last year it was a Performer Tele, and in 2018, an American Special Strat.
I use a Wampler Pinnacle and a Joyo Vintage Overdrive on my bigger board, and a Boss SD-1 on my "little" board.
Wasn't too long ago - 2015? 16? - I paid $800 for a Classic '50s with a nitro finish and tweed case. But yeah, those days are gone.
'60s-style neck, so I guess they're sticking with that theme.
Absolutely not the case with her...or, H.E.R.
And, wearing a guitar as a prop is hardly a "new" music thing.
She's a very accomplished player, but doesn't make it the centerpiece of her tunes.
Holy smokes, that's amazing.