An SD '59 with either an A4 or rough cast A2 magnet swap, depending on the bridge pickup.
Whenever I put an SD Custom in an LP or SG, I automatically swap the magnet to an A8 magnet, that combo is outstanding.
Sometimes I do swap the pickups, sometimes I leave them. Just wait until you discover what swapping magnets can do to humbuckers. I'd say three...
Wonder how many $40 picks are lost in the abyss of recording studios and music rooms?
The first time I tried an SG I remembered people saying they felt different to play because the necks stick out so far. Then after playing for a...
Look for a used Baja Tele.
Klon stacked into a TS808
I've used Roche Thomas Fingerboard Oil for years, great stuff.
Depending on the day or the mood either an SG or an LP.
Things you really want to buy will not go on sale, things you don't really care about will go on sale, and Guitar Center will offer up to 50% off...
I'd rather build my own partscaster Tele than buy a boutique one.
The '62 Hot Rods are the best regular production Stats ever made IMHO. The necks are fantastic, though it does seem the earlier production ones...
I own a couple SGs with '57s in them and they both sound excellent, especially with low to mid gain. I have noticed that '57s sometimes sound...
From my experience uncovered humbuckers have a slightly more pronounced highs. You counld probably get the same result by adjusting the settings...
Always was a fan of The Cars, as well as, his solo work RIP Ric.
In the cases, because it's easier when you have a large collection and it protects them better when not being played.
My 2012 Gibson LP Special that has one of those baked maple fretboards everybody complains about, the other is a 2014 Gibson SGJ, both are...
What you should try is a Fender Texas Special in the neck and a Nocaster in the bridge.....and Fender makes the best Telecaster pickups.
Another vote for G&G cases.
An SD '59 in the neck and an SD Custom with an A8 magnet swap in the bridge.
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