Depends on whether "boutique" rosin is a thing, or if they obsess over what breed of horse supplied the hair for the bow.
So... you don't have enough guitars!
I give up. I don't understand how two people can make the same point but only one can be wrong, and at this point, I don't want to know. :bonk
1) I keep saying that poly is. Why do you keep arguing this when I keep agreeing with you? What's the problem here?
2) That's a particularly...
Burns guitars from the '60s are notorious for it:
I'm not doing that at all. I said "Poly may be a little more forgiving..." It's not completely impervious to cracking or checking, but it does...
Again... it's not the time, but how the guitar is treated and what conditions it's exposed to.
The headstock looks wrong on that guitar, but then it doesn't claim to be a true recreation. Actually, this is the first Harmony "reissue" I've...
As others have already said, this isn't a Gibson thing or a price point thing. This has to do with how the guitar has been treated & stored over...
9 out of 10 Hammond players recommend String Synth String™.
That must be the keyboard equivalent of getting the popcorn husk stuck between the tooth and gum.
I imagine the cutouts are narrow enough to prevent a pick from falling in, right?
They were most likely made by the factories that built the guitars, not by any brand known primarily for pickups.
I don't hear it used to mean "I agree". It's used to mean "You're correct, but that point is moot/irrelevant."
Whereas Ebay, Craigslist, and the TGP Emporium are totally different. :rolleyes:
Even counting all the acoustics, electrics, steels, banjos and mandolins, it's less than 1/3 of the total.
It happens every month or so.
That just might work - I'll see if I can find one.
Yeah, I don't mind going the custom route, but I wasn't sure if small-shop pedal builders are generally familiar with digital tuners since they...
I've had guitars come with strings that have been on for decades. Based on that, there's no harm in trying, but I wouldn't be optimistic at all.
A/B meaning two guitars going to one amp, not one guitar to two amps. I'm trying to save space on a crowded board and make my dressage routine...
Hard to see it well in these pics, but it might be discoloration from moisture getting in where the finish has cracked at the joint.
That's what I play Chet Atkins on.