I was at the same show I believe. The sound was all over the board that night. I was pretty close stage left. EJ sound was a bit muddy and less in...
Nanci and Adam
In my book a big yes. The anthem of my glitter youth..
I do most of the time these days. To the point where I'm trying to relearn some of my picking technique.
So many. All great. I have to go with America too.
'98 Dearmond Starfire Custom
BB Preamp into a Crowther Hot Cake on my gig board.
I don't have a lot to add to the thread other than some photos of my old '67 Casino. What I know: Chrome hardware, 1 9/16" at the nut,...
Probably not. Very happy with my Radack's. Especially wouldn't for an electric.
Very nice. Congratulations!
Some beautiful examples shown here folks. My humble contribution. 1967 Hoboken Guild F20 Troubadour. In all her bear clawed glory.
Very nice. What is your preferred speaker compliment with this head? I know it's all subjective but I've always been a combo guy. I have an empty...
My two Radack's rotate regularly. Lately my Pony T gets the #1
A strong second. Big Horn S
On The Border
2016 Radack Big Horn S. Non- Fender as requested people;)
Bebop Deluxe and Head East
Nice trio! Totally agree with your take on the NAMM era D16's. A close facsimile to a pre war braced D18 for a bargain price. Here's my D16 H 93....
Thank you. I paid $900 for mine about 5 years ago. It was very playable but needed work. I put another $900 into the guitar. Replacing a splitting...
over built might be an "over used" term when describing 70s and later Guilds. I would associate it with heavier bracings. Adding a bit of weight...
Here's a not so great pic of my early '67 Hoboken made F20. If You can swing a Hoboken Build do it. They're a lighter build imo and they play and...
Oops..link challenged. Corrected above.
Maybe not for everyone but to me one of the better album's of the millennium. Though originally released 15 years ago it still holds up...