It ain’t about the batteries..... it’s about the lies....... and if Jack worked as a 55 point inspector for Sweetwater this would be the message for the OP.
I get the impression that Jack would shove brown M&Ms down David Lee Roth’s throat.....
Well.... they had three nights to pick from.... and they even did some scenes in a studio because there was missing film or it was of poor quality to match the soundtrack. A lot of work went into that film.
Since I’ve been loving you is the finest live track I have ever heard and seen on film bar none.
The world can go to shit around me when that song is on screen and I wouldn’t know..... I become fixed in space and time.
What I get from your impression Vic is that this is an aged guitar that feels like it was never played.
My experience with a number of Collectors Choice models were they felt “played” (rolled binding and sanded smooth) as well as aged.
I’m sure a proper set-up would have been more than one can...
I think the first thing to do is threaten the fuckwit delivery driver who stole your battery.....because you have a document that proves the manufacturer included a goddamn battery and guaranteed to work right out of the fuckwit box. It don't take Penis Tracy to figure this shit out.
Here is my R9 Tobbourbon burst..................the color will change depending on light and angle with the same camera.
This is my 2011 Traditional in Tea Burst. This shade is bit different than recent Tea type burst.
I never wrote no such thing or implied that Gibson would substitute one product for another without notice.
Though a change in a specification like wet-sanding or the like may fall victim to a spec change.... without notice.
You can exaggerate that to whatever extreme you want.., but call it...
I’m sorry that this kind of business practice bothers you,... but it is in fact true.
Limitations of materials and their availability or other given specifics can change. It’s happened many times with Gibson. When the ABR-1 was replaced with the Nashville bridge in the 1970s no notice was...
To be honest i purchased a 2015 TH '59 when they were first available for a quite a bit less than the going price at the time,..... I wasn't that impressed by any of the advertised features.... the plastics / finish / the carve / pickup covers / ect. didn't seem to me much different than a...
I have a very late 1978 Custom in the same color,...probably sold new in '79.
It has black speed knobs,....the top edge is rounder than todays new speed knobs that have a sharp edge and the numbers have yellowed a bit with age.
I bought mine in 1980.