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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by Cerb, Jan 12, 2020.
Esquire, Les Paul Jr...
Me on the Esquire known as 'Wednesday':
That was from about 5 years ago.
i'll have to put her back in the rotation and see what i can do with her now.
Nice! Bueautifully played.
Still sounds like you. It's interesting, I can tell from your style that this isn't too far removed (in time) from your American Vampire in Essex, that you posted in the That was then this is now thread.
I use the bridge pickup 99% of the time... I'd be happy with a one pup guitar
Several decades ago my brother had a guitar with a single pickup mounted on rails so you could slide it up and down between the bridge, neck and anywhere between.
I have no idea who made it and I've never seen one since. Apparently not a big seller.
I've seen those. There were also bass's. Can't remember the brand.
Know the ones you mean were they Armstrong guitars same that did the plexi glass ones?
A one pickup guitar forces you to get your tonal variation from the right hand.
This is the bass I had in mind.
Whoa there never seen that before
I've currently got two - a 1960 Musicmaster (recently set up by Ron Kirn) and a Reverend Sensei Jr.
I also had a Melody Maker SG (with one HB in the bridge), but I gave that one away to my cousin's wife. I have never felt undergunned with one pickup, but I do also like my two- and three- pickup guitars. The Jrs. are just another flavor.
OMG, that Musicmaster is minty fresh!!!!
NB: i have an early first generation one, circa 1956 or 57.
No way is mine so pristine though... she's a road warrior, LOL.
I think so, it's been such a long time ago and my mind is like a steel trap - rusty and illegal in 48 states!
Funny you should mention a plexiglass strat, he had one of those, too.
Makes sense it was an Armstrong then if he liked that sort of thing .
Was just looking on the Bay for Armstrong strats , couldn't find one but I did find this thing .
One pickup. Lots of fun!!!
That looks sweet!
Just one here. Actually just one on both.