Never piss off the soundman.
Saker Guitar works, Kingston, NY. On Broadway I think.
Nobody mentioned DARCO strings, which in '69-70 you could get as light as .007.
The neck roast makes a mean sauerbraten.
I don't know about that, I recently met and became friends with his bass player, Rick Knapp, and I haven't heard of any plans for a tour. In fact,...
I have an AS193, and it's a great guitar. MIJ, the build is spotless and the electrics are great.
I smoked for 40 years. I took Chantix and haven't had a cig since the first of August, right after my heart attack.
The Super 58 Custom pickups they put on these guitars are not the same as the original Super 58's from the 80's on.
Fist paid gig I was 12 years old, 1967.
Please define "the Brecker lick".
Ha! The other guitar player is playing the same guitar I got for Christmas 1965 too. I was 10.
Check your liver functions, check for lyme disease.
I like your style, Nick. Easy going, and the occasional slip.:cool:
A HUGE influence on me since '69!:cool:
Get a clear guard and paint the back side.
Just for clarification, the pith is the exact center of the tree.
The best wood comes directly off the center.
What always worked for me was talc, and in a pinch, pool cue chalk.
In order to save wood, what they do is take a straight length, cut the angled
Scarf and flip the cut-off, creating the angled headstock. Some say...
There is also a difference in the magnet/coil arrangement, not to mention that there are no adjustable poles.
The pickups on Firebirds are not just plain old mini-hums. The are constructed differently.
What I do is adjust the screws to Mach the radius of the neck, then individually adjust each string pole to my liking from there.
For what you intend to do, you can't beat Grizzly. They have a huge selection, nd their customer support is very good, not to mention thy the...
Alan, you can us your route table with the appropriate sized round over bit. I would leave the shaped ends square until the shaping is roughed in,...
That is SYP(Southern Yellow Pine), a long-leaf pine. Pines native to NY are Eastern White Pine, and possibly Red Pine, though I'm not positive...