Re: What do you consider required reading?
"Gruhns Guide To Vintage Guitars" Is a great starting book, I open that one a bit. Its more about USA models and specs though, very handy to have. Stewmacs videos are good, missing some key parts but very knowledgable. Hands on is the best approach, get in there and do it, mistakes will be made and lessons learnt. The more literature you can get the better but they add up, just be ready for some $$
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Quote: Roman Rist on "natural highs" whilst playing
It's not just endorphins you feel... No, you are connecting with the spiritual
world.............you're just not sure exactly what it is.... But you
are in the spirit world, that's what Hendrix was trying to tell us.