Having seen the Who do all this stuff in our local hall in the 60s it meant something revolutionary to us but to see 9inch do it now it is so naff and uncool. Like showing off their wealth. Give up boys it's so uncool.
I only have one and its going to stay that way. I love the guitar and have hit upon the
one that works, the fourth time of trying,(lucky me).
Thus its precious and I look after it. Not cool I know but I probably could'nt afford
too many or have confidence I would find one like mine.
Man I couldn't agree with you more. Many people have had changes throughout this pandemic and for me it has meant take any opportunity that presents itself.
As long as it harms no one, just live life to the fullest you can.= and in this case play the beast .!!!
I know what you mean.
The 60's neck, if you can find a good one is lovely, both on an SG or 335 but
have you seen Albert Lee on his Musicman?? whoa.
And the man himself (LP) did have a telecaster.
My 2nd guitarist in the blues band I played in could get from 0 to 90 MPH on his very low set up...
I may be talking out of place here but I have found that to get the greatest benefit in sound variety with most pick ups I've had on various guitars, I have needed the
amp up in volume before I get a sweet spot of any sort. (I am using Joe Bonamassa Seymour Duncan 1959s) So you have probably...
I would say as do some of our friends here that whatever it is, it needs a good clean and a couple of nice light oilings as it does seem dry and over time it will look much better.
When I got my current Lester the board looked sad but over the years I have applied very small amounts oil and it...