- Sep 20, 2010
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No affiliation, I just think it sounds pretty nice.
No danger of that, there's a viral video of this burst being arrested by Feds and thrown into an unmarked van. Burst is being held without charges, but it's safeDamn, that thing sounded righteous! But being in Seattle, how long before it is "liberated" by a "peaceful protester" and ends up being traded for a bag of fentanyl????
$320,000.Did they mention how much they're asking?
That's about $318,000 more than I can afford. I couldn't tell the difference in sound between the 1960 and a nice Traditional or R9, the differences must be very subtle. But I guess anybody that buys the 1960 is an investor.$320,000.
No disrespect but to my ear a 1960 LP played with all the knobs turned up to 10 doesn't sound any different from any other humbucker-equipped guitar.
Can't they play the damned things clean once in a while?
If it was just the way they sounded, the whole vintage guitar thing probably never would have taken off. Because let's face it, in many situations listening to someone else playing one, particularly on a recording, we do a fair bit of kidding ourselves that the guitar makes all that much difference, when the abilities (or relative frailties) of the player are often far more meaningful. But how you feel when you play a ~60 year old guitar, and how the guitar feels in your hands, and how it responds to what you are playing, or at least trying to... There's something special about the occasion.That's about $318,000 more than I can afford. I couldn't tell the difference in sound between the 1960 and a nice Traditional or R9, the differences must be very subtle. But I guess anybody that buys the 1960 is an investor.