Damn you dirty apes!!
..and it's corollary 'What gtr to get this specific tone?'
Then the inevitable link to some generic gtr sound that any gtr/ODpedal/amp could make.
The Cockbite Bar?
Fun place, esp. if you're a traveling New Wave musician.
That much is true.
All those dodgy yet friendly waitresses looking for...
Oh: Joe Walsh too.
^ omg, yes.
Every dang time.
Helpful folks snake one of yr items, sometimes loading in the wrong car even. :-/
Same exact here once. They should...
Not a bad job [for the era].
Maybe some Incense/Peppermints type group decision for a band 'look'.
And I was just wondering how long it'd take for the old tree-hugger insults to appear.
You forgot to add 'white wine-drinking, arugula eating...
Listen to yr Prof.
I'd try solid saddles for the plain strings and bent on the wound strings.
Beer in the Mathroom
So nice now, esp. since the Summer fog has blown off shore.
[pic from friend James Chang]
Surfin USA [still have it, scratches and all]
I've got more than a few guitars I've paid $40 or less.
31 yrs old!
Man, I only had my old Strat then, and was gigging constantly.
Now [still gigging] I have a house full of these things.
lol, those eyes. :-D
Thxx; always wanted to know what happened later.
Weird; how do you get a tiger cub anyway.
[not asking fr a friend, btw]
Yep, definitely tacos.
Vintage? What year?
A recent parody fake.
Just pick up some bookshelf speakers from a Goodwill or other thrift shop.
I've been outfitting my hifi room that way forever; just get another...
Another is ZZ Top, at the beginning of Tube Snake Boogie.
The E string seems a bit flat.
I dig these; somehow the out of tune makes it fun.
Stumbled across this just now. :-)
What? Those descriptions are actually quite good.
Sheesh: Norlin, CBS, Baldwin.
Now the Finns are involved? :-/
I dig it!
[what's the meaning of 'scraper', btw]
Some of those '70s ash bolt-ons were terrible.
OTOH, I have an $85 parts kit Strat here that sounds great.
..and it's glued up of multiple pcs of...
Seemed like folks could almost 'maintain' for about a year, then came the $1.39/gal. Red Mountain [and of course the meth].
[can't find a pic.,...