I've only ever played some open mic nights but my guitar was always in open sight on/ near the stage or within an arm's reach. When I went to the bar, I took it. When I went to the bathroom, it came with me.
Not saying I have all of life's answers, but I'm aware there are thieves targeting my...
@yoshida , welcome to the forum! There's nothing standard about that guitar except the name.
Others have made the point that we Gibson fans care more about these issues than Gibson themselves, FAR more. Also, the finishes can vary significantly. A honey burst with a bit more yellow might look...
Yours is the first 2019 LE that I've seen, but yeah, I'm a fan! Nice guitar.
Gibson's been offering guitars like this for a while, almost twenty years now. Less expensive finishes but with all the tone.
Rock it in good health!
The problem with a percolator (in my humble opinion) is that it's too easy to make the coffee taste burned or overdone. Once the fresh water starts to flow over the coffee, it becomes COFFEE flowing over the coffee. @TheX 's method is good, since he times it to stop when done. It's too easy to...
Danny MacAskill is one of the best mountain bikers in the world, a pioneering filmmaker, and a genuinely nice guy.
This is one of the greatest adventure videos I've ever seen. Even though I know how it's going to turn out, my heart beats faster watching him descend those steeps.
Thanks for posting this. Randy Smith is 75 and has been modding and building amps since his early twenties. He's clearly looking to preserve his legacy and saw something good in the new Gibson. That's a good enough explanation for me.
I don't live there now, but I spent more years in Carolina than anyplace else on this spinning watery rock. I consider it my home state.
Enjoy the landscape, the mountains are ancient and the barrier islands are enchanting. Oh, and enjoy the 'cue. A special taste you cannot get anywhere else...