Re: R9 for Wizard Modern Classic?
Never trade a fine historic---R9 or otherwise----for anything . . . except maybe another historic . . . and even then . . .
Unless you want the men in the white coats to pay you a house call . . .
(Codicil---When I was fool enough to play at the GC King of the Blues competition last week, I got a trade offer, sort of. Guy asked me if I'd be willing to trade my R6 for his R9. Since he didn't have the guitar in hand for me to inspect, I told him what I'd have told him even if I did see the guitar in person and try it out: "Sure---long as you throw in your wife, your kids, your next generation of family, and five large." God knows I wouldn't say no to owning and playing an R9, but nobody gets my R6 except out of my cold dead hands!)
R9, R6, Classic Antique; two Fender amps (Twin Reverb, Deluxe Reverb 65RI); Boss volume pedal; Boss equaliser pedal
When I’m singing blues, I’m singing life. People that can’t stand to listen to the blues, they’ve got to be phonies.---Etta James
Without a guitar, I'm like a poet with no hands.---Mike Bloomfield.
[If it wasn’t] for the blues, we’d all be sitting around sipping tea and listening to chamber music.---Mickey Baker.