Yes, but those are British watts, which are 25% bigger than American watts.
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The tube amp shall forever reign supreme on TGP.
Learn to fix it yourself:
How about a Grender?
Am I missing something, or is someone complaining that a Gibson guitar is underpriced? :huh
I've had P-basses with stock, DiMarzio, EMG, and Bartolini pickups. There's a huge difference. The Bartolinis are my favorite.
Pizza is cool and cheesy.
Mid-60s Country Gentlemen in good condition are going for between $2000 and $3000, according to eBay's completed listings.
You can get a binding...
Reissue is good enough for me. Not interested in a fifty year old amplifier.
What I don't understand is how an experienced, discerning guitar player can go into a shop, carefully examine an expensive guitar, notice all its...
I put a set of 57 Classics in my AES 620. The original pickups were ok, but I prefer the sound of the Classics.
Tara would have said "Jet". ;)
Mosrites are cool.
The sound. If it doesn't sound good, I don't like it. :JAM
Yeah, but up there in Canada they have a liberal bias. :mob
I'd take her to a shop that has a good selection so she could choose for herself.
900 Canadian is a good price, I'd say. I had one of the older blond ones and in a moment of stupidity sold it. Now I have one of the transitional...
Because this is The Gear Page.
Tone is in the checking account.
It's a myth spread by people who want to get more money for their old guitars.
He's correcting mistakes in the original performance.
That's a loooooooooooong drive.