^^^^^^^^^ yeah, this! ^^^^^^^^
Or like a perfectly worn in baseball glove. It just wants to catch the ball. :applause:
I can scarcely resist walking by by 64 Special without picking it up and playing at least a couple of riffs. :slash:
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Agree; 100%. FWIW, I had my heart set on a 1964 SG Special for all of the obvious reasons (golden era of SGs, best pickups, small pick guard, Brazilian rosewood, wide neck at the nut, etc.). Then I played a couple of 1964s and a 1965. They just were not great guitars; good, solid, fine. I...
Right! I want to pull on that neck so badly, like Pete did, but I would be crushed if I broke it. Still, it is high time to work on some of those songs. Pete is one of my all-time faves (seeing the Who at the end of February with my 4 brothers and 1 brother-in-law); when I started looking for...
outstanding! Thanks, David! That was so good it made me pause the Crossroads Guitar Festival on Palladia so I could watch and listen to Snowy. Immaculate phrasing and tone-- from clean to edge of breakup to breakup-- just excellent:thumb:.
:dude: First things first: thanks to Kris Ford for helping weigh in on this bad boy I brought home from the local guitar shop today: Berkley Music Company in Berkley, MI. Thanks, Kris. :thumb:
Now let's get to the show.
Love the neck on this...
I am looking for some help to see if you are seeing what I see and to give me your thoughts on what year this guitar is and a a fair price for this late 1960s SG Special.
This kinda reads like Johnny Cash's song One Piece At A Time. This guitar has numbers that don't match up for easy dating...