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I'd probably just put together a nice guitar from Warmoth parts, and buy hookers and blow with the rest of the money.
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I totally disagree.
You are not wrong.
That explains a lot. :rolleyes:
I'm getting leg cramps just watching that.
The weight on ash bodies is all over the scale. I have an ash bodied Tele that weighs 6lbs, 13oz. I think it's the lightest solid body I've ever...
I have no idea who that is.
Those Duncan Designed JM pickups are pretty nice. No need to swap them IMHO.
Usually I hate tort, but it does actually look the best on that guitar.
Whatever you do, don't use the pearl guard. It's hideous.
Let it go man. Just breath deeply. LOL
Been using it for a couple of years. Don't miss google at all. And they don't track you and mine your data.
I think the differences in a Tele and a hard tail Strat are mostly the pickups. There really is not much else in it. Sure there is the bridge...
Possibly, but then we get back to the question: What about a hard tail?
But Strats are also string through.
Yeah, this Harley Benton rocks. I've never seen a better guitar for under $300. Build quality and fit & finish is flawless, and it feels and...
Shredding is not mandatory. I don't "shred" either, but I find that "shred" guitars are versatile, easy to play, comfortable, and usually sound...
Kind of. It's an LTD with upgraded (IMO) pickups. Duncan '59 in the bridge, and Duncan Jazz in the neck. It's a great combo. This is one of my...
I only have one that would be considered a "shredder". It's a fantastic player.
By that logic I guess if you ever take the neck off of your strat and put it back on, then your guitar is a partscaster.
I think the Noventa Tele is pretty cool. I'm a fan of Esquires and LP Jr's so this guitar really appeals to me.