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I read your thread title, read the post, and read the poll, then explained what my interpretation of it was.
The "tone" of your post is in the...
The tone of your thread title made me think that someone (probably on this site) reported a post of yours, or that you'd otherwise gotten an...
This is a privately run corner of the internet. If you don't want to follow their rules, you can go...
When I had a shallow-body Ovation, I found it quite comfortable to play sitting down.
My hand is warm.
My guitar is worth more than someone's life too.
I bought a new, fancy electrified Recording King Dirty Thirties a while back.
Disregard, doble post
I'm very glad I started this thread - though you're entirely right with the bolded sentence above. I was looking through the recording credits of...
Interesting, I hadn't heard this name before...though it looks like he's a very accomplished session guy.
Thanks for the heads-up!
Is DeOxit the stuff that fizzes up?
I stopped after buying GFS "upgrades." It's simply not worth the effort for me to dive headlong into "the relentless pursuit of tone."...
More concert footage - this time of Johnny Garcia, of Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks fame, playing a Strat-shaped object of some sort....
It's evolved from being "a project" or "arts and crafts" into "doing a DIY" here.
Either in studios or on tour.
I've got some pics of Shooter Jennings' guitarist with a couple Strats: A black SSS partscaster of some sort, and a...
If you look at the timeline, Brad Paisley's song Online correlates to the time he spent on TDPRI before getting driven off.
My first electric was a Strat. Second was a Tele. I'd initially been taken by the shape of an Am. Std. Tele that I saw at a store: A black...
Here's a few discussion-terminating cliches (you guys like those, right?)
-TGP is a great resource, and a wealth of information. Often, I'll...
Tone bits are fun, but your audience isn't going to hear a difference between a 1963 NOS capacitor and a new one from Stew Mac.
Fixed that for ya
I have a ton of people on ignore at TDPRI. I only have 1 on ignore here.
"Relicking" isn't a fad, it's here to stay.
Do you guys display your drumsticks in any way? Odd thing - I have a collection of drumsticks from various Hard Rock Cafes and other type things.
I thought for sure, like @Ebidis said, that the super low-end Squiers like those sold in combo kits at Target or Best Buy, were plywood.