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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by Lonn, Aug 20, 2021.
Without a doubt my 95 Parker Fly Deluxe
My LP is a close second.
i'm afraid to try a parker...
The upper fret access is amazing. Plus, I really like the Gibson scale length.
My Taylor K14 and new Larrivee both play incredible and are probably the easiest playing acoustics I’ve owned. AS for electric hands down it’s my R8.
Tough call - they all play easily - especially since they have all been refretted. So all.
While I'm very happy you're enjoying your LPC, I'm equally happy you shared this video which I've found to be very useful/informative.
Short guys (like me) will need extra effort to play Firebirds, tall guys usually avoid Les Pauls, heavyset guys will have their own challenges, etc.
Physiognomy matters and each of us is different.
A good setup is a given.
Careful, Ted's videos are oddly soothing, and you'll find hours have flown by as you've watched him pry open a cheap vintage acoustic or reset another wonky old neck.
You have been warned.
My old '89 MIK strat, it's the one I'm just at home with because of the neck.
I have an aging (98) Gibson with the fret nibs opening up. The high gets stuck in a few of them. My nibs are technically intact but I assume if I don't take care of the gap they will break off.
I haven't been brave enough to attempt to mix up some filler but I'm thinking maybe all I need to do is use a touch of glue (if anyone would advise against that, please let me know).
My easiest player is my Rickenbacker 620/6. Fastest neck I’ve ever played.
This is the one I tend to pick up the most, Gibson Faded Double Cut Special. Super light, great upper frets access, killer sound.
Spot-filling with binding dissolved in acetone is the best way I know.
I'm leery of crazy glue.
The spread happens because of seasonal expansion/contraction of the neck around the unmoving fret.
Filling small gaps may cause further damage as the wood dries out in the winter months.
Just my 2c Cdn.
Wise man! Once you do, be prepared to buy it!!!
My easiest playing "Fender" is this Partscaster (where only the neck, tuners & knobs are Fender).
My easiest Gibson is my 61 reissue SG
I have several that if I were to base it on the neck and body alone I could not choose one over the other. As for the guitar that I play the most and I want to play the most, that would be my 2007 American Deluxe QMT.
How long have you owned that one? I remember a thread about those not too long ago. It looks cool.
The one that started it all. It feels so familiar to pick up and play.
It's either of these two for me...
My American Standard 2012 Stratocaster.
I have owned 20+ Strats and still own 7 (8th is coming next week lol), this one is by far the most comfortable, resonant, inspiring of all. I love the tone too. It's black and that's the only colour I don't like in a strat but I have to accept that.