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This thread needs some Fiesta Red.
They look identical to my Classic Series pickups.
I have four more (plus a bass), but here are the ones I've got decent photos of:
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I've never actually owned one (apart from a Strat neck that I never put on anything), but I tried out a Tele in my local shop and it was...
A few more I just thought of...
Looks like neither is better. :D
I prefer rosewood, but I'm not entirely sure why.
I think it was the synth riff from The Final Countdown, closely followed by Smoke On The Water and Iron Man.
John Norum (Europe) - one of my first guitar heroes, and also a contender for that 'underrated guitarists' thread
Joanne Shaw Taylor - probably my...
He was more late '60s, but Peter Green.
Clapton, Page and Hendrix were the first three names I thought of when I saw this thread title. I'd say you are indeed spot on in terms of overall...
So that's why my Strat feels like it's missing that final 0.001% of vintage mojo!
I tried that with a P90 once and the plastic bobbin melted before the wax did.
Forgot to mention the fastest car I've ever driven - yet another BMW (can you tell I like them?), my dad's E46 325ti to be specific. Not quite as...
I love my Tele, but I can't play it at the moment because it's awaiting a new set of strings.
You win this thread from my point of view. Those M1s were epic.
A friend of my dad's had a BMW E30 rally car, which I had a ride in once. It had an M3 engine in it (though it was a standard shell), so probably...
It may 'only' be an MIM, but my Lone Star Strat does at least 90% of what I require in a guitar.
There are quite a lot of guitar I want, but the list of ones I'm seriously considering is as follows:
A maple 'board Strat, preferably in black...
For some reason those upside down inlays really bug me, but the fact they put the toggle switch in a more sensible place makes up for it. :D
If I was offered it for free, I'd consider it. Otherwise, no.
Funnily enough, BMW's first attempt at an electric car was an '02 back in 1972. The battery pack weighed 350 kilos and it only had 19 miles of...
I'd totally forgotten, but yes, they did make an electric 106. Apparently it lasted from 1995 to 2003 and they sold over 6,000 of them. I imagine...
How is the EV the winner there? In a straight line, maybe, but in terms of driving dynamics, no chance. See my comment regarding my Peugeot and...
I'll take a Fiesta Red '61-spec Strat, but with a PAF in the bridge position. Any old Fender amp with reverb and tremolo will do, perhaps a Tube...