That one is long gone. I liked it, but I just had to go back to a Les Paul. I went through at least 10 SG's and I could never get comfortable with one. One was even a completely original 1969 SG Standard!
I think it's funny that people have jobs as "Influencers" and people actually listen to them. Where did all these influencers vast amount of knowledge come from? It just goes to show what a bunch of lemmings there are out there.
What happened to free thought and learning things on your own...
Follow this link below and please give the band your free vote! These are some seriously hard-working guys, and they deserve to be seen and heard in Hollywood!
Well, I picked up the M&P this morning and headed straight to the range. I am one happy camper! Shoots great and field strips in under 30 seconds...that is slide off and barrel removed. Goes back together just as fast!
Nice trigger pull. Could be a little shorter, but nice and smooth once I...
I've had a couple of Glocks. A 23C .40 Cal and a Glock 21 .45.
I just didn't care for them.
Guy did a takedown of the M&P on YouTube in less than a minute. Can't believe it will be that tough.
We'll see how I like it on Friday at the range!
Once upon a time about 2 years ago I had over 35. Now I have 3. I have a 1986 Korean Squier Strat, a Schecter PT Apocalypse and a Mini Strat.
I haven't played any of them for nearly a year. The knife making hobby has taken over my love and my time...
That's my first Filet knife. That one was tough to make because you have to grind the steel so thin. It has to be very flexible with a spring to it. That blade had to be heat treated prior to any grinding.
Stock removal from flat steel. Cut, shaped, ground, heat treated and completely made from scratch by me. I tried forging, but I'm getting too old to swing a 2-pound hammer!
I still have my small forge, anvil and hammers. I may make a small blade from time to time.