Well, it's not new. It's also not today, but it is a guitar.. !
Mentioned in another thread, I bought this sucker, replaced a bridge saddle, new strings and tightened the loose volume pot an here we are. :)
If it's good enuff for this guy,
Then It's good for me too.
Itsa my Barfday today...
Big thanks to Ray at Grinning Elk Music Company,dealing with him has been a total pleasure.:applause:
Guitar arrived today in astonishing condition for a 33 year old instrument, well packed and no fuss.
I'm a happy lad.:cool:
to join my E2, particularly interested in the natural finish with the walnut layer on top and the V shaped pickups.
Have read though that these pickups don't sound too good (would be impossible to change easily) has anyone had any experience with these?
Are they more a collectors thing than...
And they said it wouldn't last :).
I think being late starters (we were 36 when we married) and being the first marriage for us both probably helped.
We tell people we are still together 'cause we have no where else to go :laugh2: .
I wonder if the love stretches to a 4th Gibby, been looking...
Been thinking of getting an Explorer and notice there are some with 2x humbuckers and some with 3x P90's.
We don't see many Explorers here in Australia so will probably buy from the States, I know it's a very subjective thing but what are your opinions of the differences between...
Thought I'd post my First Gibson NGD photo, bought for my 50th birthday.
It's an '82 Lester Custom with Tim Shaw pups. I call her Roseanne 'cause she's American, loud and bloody heavy :). (that's OK though, I'm no lightweight too)