Wow man, you never posted a pic in 15 years?
I hope the guitars are better than the beer!
My cheapest guitar : Yamaha Pacifica 510V
At the moment I have 13 guitars (actually 12 and a bass) that have never seen a stage. Others I just took one or two times.
And I sold quite a...
As for keyboards, not a problem altering the pitch of the keys, you can do that. But with piano you got a problem.
Been playing for almost 10 years in my bands with that tuning.
It was suggested to me by the vocalists. We tried and never looked back
I have a Maxon AD 900 (analog) and an Eventide Pitch Factor, where I can get the longer delays..
212 km each way. I drove to a guy who had 3 guitars I was interested in.
I came back without a single one. Mind you these were all high end...
I was 14 but wanted a guitar since I was 10.
On a side note : this is very difficult to read if you're using the dark version of TGP (like me)...
Damn Tom Anderson!
Thanks for selling this junk...I can expect the Floyd coming loose from the body any minute now...;)
Well, I posted a pic of my RGX just above your post..;)
Although it was a TT (Ty Tabor Signature).
So, I guess it's time for me to post in this "praise Yamaha"-thread ;).
I've got a Pac 510V, a PAC 611HFM and a RGX-TT :
And here in...
Quote taken from Echopark's last post in this thread.
English is not my mother tongue, so I hope (after viewing these pics) that it doesn't mean...
Actually, I only apologized for claiming that only Custom Shop guitars have a COA. For the rest I still think OP started a stupid thread.
Are you talking about my posts?
And this was my '86 Les Paul Custom.
I had a lot of Kramers in the eighties but this is the only one I still have :
1986 Kramer Stagemaster (neck-through).
I had an '86 :
I knew a guy that had 3 of them (and it wasn't Elliot..).
The Dimarzio Fast Track 2 is one of my favorite pickups as you can see :
To be honest I'm not an expert on those guitars …
When I sold my 1986 Les Paul Custom, several guys asked for the COA.
I told them there...
You noticed it had a richlite fretboard, but still was interested..
You saw it wasn't a Custom Shop (regular USA Gibsons don't have a COA) but...
These two are definitely partscasters ; they both had another neck, another bridge and pickups and the sunburst had other tuners as well..