Wow I always thought it was about feel, like a nice worn in pair of shoes. And better electronics and build from the Customshop. I never realized...
And you fell for it.
I own boutique, custom shop, & vintage. All the cheap ass guitars I've owned are long gone. That should answer your question.
why don't you just ask the shop?
I have a great collection of stellar guitars but for versatility, playability, and perfect neck it would have to be my Guild Nightingale
Well that took longer than I expected. Usually the moronic, typical old guy response is within the first page. Classic.:rolleyes:
Yep. Was used on the 93-96 CS Strats, maybe even later. My understanding was they were discontinued as the were a bit harder to paint. If you do...
Are you kidding? Squiers and MIM fenders epitomize what tgp is.
I personally like to sit , then stand, then lie on my back, get up and sit again, then stand backwards and finally, run out of the room.
how about a flame maple top and quilted mahogany back?[IMG]
I always thought the Holoflake finish was unique.
There is absolutely no difference. They are identical in every way. I put my LP and my Strat next to each other and, dang, now I can't tell which...
In my area, the prices aren't bad. What I can't stand is scrolling through pages & pages of cheap a$$ Chinese and Korean junk. And if you have...
Well, if your into Grateful Dead and Phish what about a Languedoc? There's a couple on reverb for around 2 grand or around $600 for a Korean copy....
1921 Gibson L1
1976 Mossman Golden Era
1980 D W Stevens
I really don't care how many guitars someone has but' what' they have. I've seen people with 20 - 25 cheap Chinese crap and I've seen people with...
Dang, I was hoping I found the other half of mine. wrong side...[IMG]
Lots of great choices in all price ranges but for me the best I've owned is a Riggio Sierra (and I've owned more strats than I can remember)....
Oh no, a couple of finish cracks on a cheap MIC guitar that you got a 'good' deal on and planning on modding. Oh, definitely send it back.
Riggio Custom Guitars.
I've owned & played Strats for 50 years and Joe makes the best sounding S style I've ever owned.
Here's a vid of Greg...
When I zoom in it looks like someone taped it off and sanded it as opposed to another strip of wood. You can see dark spots from the dark stained...
When we speak of tone in a tonality of the tonal aspects of the tone we must first look for tonal tonality in the tone.
I think I had to much tone...
spoken like a true poseur