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We do have a few differences-
In my house it's DYI- doing yourself injuries.
He was the fella that said we Brits drink like someone is gonna take it away from us! He right!
I have a hardtail strat with a hot bridge pickup, and don't need no stinky telecasterer.
Anything by Neil Sedaka.
Fixed mine with a hardtail body.
Remember the French word for pickup is microphone.
There was a link on the product page on the Fender website.
Hosco necks are good value, but you need to know how to level the frets, fit the nut, bore the tuner holes and apply lacquer. I'd personally...
I had it Saturday and felt like I'd been hit by a truck all the next day.
The Ladyboy. Long story.
Beatles to Brian May in a pedal. Without the hair or funny accents.
Ahah! It only stops working if I turn the volume pot right off. Other than that, it's fine. Panic over.
Brand new pedal, straight from the UK distributor and the bypass is fubar. Love the sound when it's engaged though, very versatile.
Saw that, read around the topic and wasn't so impressed.
My dad is red/green colour blind- we did an online test and he has it really badly. All reds and greens look like a brown of some sort. He's never...
I had intermittent humbuzz when the screw in the earth pin of my 3-pin plug had come loose. It was the last thing I checked, of course!
We don't need no steenky tremolo.
Anyone added a treble bleed to their Strat? What values did you use, and which type of bleed?
I've owned both. The Super is way more versatile. The tone stack interacts with the gain, which is fun.
Closely followed by "is this a fake?"
Who else sees a locked thread for the first time, and goes straight to the end to see what finally pressed the button?
Hosco and Allparts supposedly come from the same factory; I've used both and couldn't find any difference. The Hosco medium jumbo frets are...
I have a couple of friends who are the same with cilantro- it tastes like soap to them.