Gadsden Music Co is still in business! (the original selling dealer)
Oklahoma reporting in...
Short tail black vultures
Oh boy did I ever!
I think doing a single ply binding like on a LP Standard would be a total breeze in comparison.
I’ve got an 80s Tokai Flying V that suffered a broken headstock that I’ve managed to get that repaired fairly well. Not bad for my first time...
Peavey. That was always the bottom feeder brand or the equipment for country bands when you stepped up into their larger offerings, back in the...
Bummer, one of my favorite vocalists.
I used them a lot in the mid 90s, but jumped ship to SIT strings for the extra E & B strings. Then on to EBs & D'addario in bulk rolls.
Educate me fellers, what is this brown box thing atop the plexi on the RH side?...
No idea about what was used on the album, but live circa 94,Tyson played a Gibson Marauder into a Mesa Boogie combo with the cane grill & 5 band...
Yep, that's a Catalina.
I've always had a soft spot for 90s era Gibson French's Mustard Yella, Kinda Sorta, Not Really TV Yellow. Dunno why.
Top: 1987 SG Elite
M: 2006 Elliot Easton Signature & 1988 SG Elite
Bottom: 1991 30th anniversary SG/LP Custom
In August of 89, I bought my first guitar & started to learn how to play!
Guess this means I’m old now.
The one & only time I flew with a guitar, it was United. A bad time was had.
I realize they're probably pretty sick of that song by now after all this time, but c'mon.
Peacocks. Stupid fancy noisy turkeys.
In order to the best of my recollection:
Earliest days 1989-1995
Sears amp of unknown vintage/unknown model
Peavey Mace (built in, on...
BK Butler Tube Driver
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah
Tech 21 XXL
Ibanez Soundtank series pedals
Boss Metal Zone
Mesa Boogie V Twin Preamp Pedal
I know you're going to get a bazillion different replies to this, but here's my $0.02:
I've got a '79 LP Custom that's had many different pickup...
I have a black 79 LPC second. Bought it in '94. Never have found the reason it was marked a second.
It seems to do the hard rock/metal thing a...
I've always loved this song.
A few years ago, I got the bright idea to shoehorn Copperhead Road into it, just to see if we could make any heads...