The Fender SRV Signature Strat neck has an asymmetrical profile.
That's Gibson for you. I've had custom shop Gibsons (still have one) where they couldn't scrape the binding smooth.
I'm thinking you want to start with nickel hardware to achieve that look, but I could be wrong.
Is hanging out at Guitar Center on a Saturday afternoon, mindlessly noodling at ungodly volume, arps, taps, squeals, etc., still the best way?...
I was thinking the same thing. I get tones out of my Small Fry that remind me very much of my old Mark I.
I would say it depends on who the singer/songwriter/guitarist is. If Paul McCartney told me to play a certain way I'd play that way.
Take a look at what happened to CCR when it went from a dictatorship to a democracy. :aok
Cool story bro. :bong
I'm not a big fan of internal switches, but then I do tend to find a setting I like and leave it so...
No, not particularly. I feel more like I need the new Line6 GTI - Guitar Track Isolator.
A Balance of Terror.
There's "Star Trek". Everything else is a spin off.
Great pop tune.
Shhh... it's the new line6 product. The guitar track isolator. Shhh...
My amp tech has a waiting list. You call him to get on the list, then when your name comes up he calls you back and you drop your amp off. He can...
Pining for the Fiords.
It's a guitar track isolator.
Why yes, they do scream. Nudge nudge, wink wink.
There are going to be more isolated guitar track posts.
Not a B3 but an M3. We called it "The Inevitable" because it was inevitable that we would have to move it. Four guys, one on each corner and a lot...
Sweet! I have her sister, only with a replaced OT.