I've owned a lot of guitars but nothing like my D'Pergo Bakersfield. My main axe is a 1964 Strat that rips but I can do things on the D'Pergo I cannot do on my Strat. The neck is so fast and comfortable that it inspires new levels while performing and it sounds incredible. When getting into...
Just picked up a killer D'Pergo from Donnie B and what a great guitar! I've never played anything quite like a D'Pergo plus Don did a great job shipping, describing and following up, he's now in my list of best sellers!:aok
That is the guitar I was looking at and the reason for all the questions. Your take on the Johnny A makes a lot of scence to me about starting there.
Do you have any more information about the Set Neck that is at the Botique guitar exchange?
I still have a gold top Morgaine, that got my attention. It sounds like a LP. I agree with you about the Grosh and the resale, they don't seem to hold it and that is a concern. Do you know when they are going to release the new Johnny A ?
and thank you so much.
I have been looking at a Grosh set neck hollowbody but I've never played one. I've been looking at Gibson 336, 356 and Johnny A. I've never played or heard the Grosh HBSN or the Johnny A but have played the 336 and 356. I know the 336 and 356 need some setup work and maybe a change of pups but...
Yes, I did get the Steling and it is quite a different amp, just beautiful sounding.
I also received my new Morgaine Beauty and wooooo mammy, this guy can build like no one I know, he is just in another league when it comes to LP's.
I picked it up from Uwe in LA last week...
I play a Morgain Strat, built by German master luthier Jorg Tandler. I have Suhr, Tyler, Grosh and the Morgain is the best guitar out of the bunch.
With that being said, I have had the pleasure of playing some of the Fenders masterbuilt by John Cruz and they are a great guitar, not cheap but...