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For those days when you feel like playing a little guitar.
Disclaimer: This is only my opinion.
I think there are some guitars that you just don't bond with. I'd probably take it back where I bought to...
I'd do it. I have an MIM that looks really nice hanging on the wall but I'll grab the MIA to play everytime.
Look forward all year for the traditional Christmas Eve chilli-dog breakfast.
It looks like a good book. Have you tried it yet? I'd like to see your review on it.
There's a long thread on there about Ed Friedland's book for...
Hard to say; he hasn't been on here in almost five years. But if he did keep playing, after eight years I'll bet he has more than one guitar.
Make sure you double check every connection. It's pretty easy to make a mistake. And when you get tired, quit for the day. As long as you take...
Two 'merican kids doin' da bes dey kin
The stalker song. Ironically, by "Police":
Every breath you take
Every move you make
Every bond you break
Every step you take
I'll be watching...
I'm thrilled with mine. It's so easy to tweak the sound any way you want with the phone app. It's just like anything else you buy, some people...
You made the right choice. Red guitars are the best!
Never thought I'd see an amp review here o_O
Red string worms are the most dangerous kind.
It sounds to me like you have a plan. You want a Strat with a 60's vibe. I guess some of the other members are right in that pickup covers,...
Welcome to S-T!! Looking forward to the pics.
I signed up for the 30 day free trial last night. So far I'm totally unimpressed. They did seem to put a lot of effort into the video quality but...
I traded my Mustang III in on a GT100. Just got it hooked up a little bit ago. The phone app was a piece of cake (mmmmm cake) but it took a while...
Don't hate them but I've never had any desire for one. No doubt that's saved me a bunch of money. The Strat addiction is enough.
I built the 5E3 Tweed Deluxe from Tube Depot and am very happy with it.
Oh no!!! String worms!
And a good teacher will make sure you have the mojo set up right.
I think Fender did a great job of solving a problem that doesn't exist.
So the Strats in the '60s had a two-point trem? I did not know that. For some reason, I always thought that came a lot later.
I've tried it a few times. I think it would be a lot more useful it it had the option of tab or notation instead of those stupid bricks.
Not sure how simple, seems like the truss rod would have to be removed to run the cord to the socket.