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I don't like empty headstocks, so I'd say no if I was the builder. But no harm in asking if that's your thing. I would go in expecting to be told...
Yes. Sorry, I misread. I thought you said SB, and now I see you said black.
I'm sure you've seen the one at Capital Guitars?
This guy to be exact:
Yesterday I got a 2-tone Strat like the one pictured above. Mine's a 2005 I believe. It's my second venture with a Lentz 2-tone and the finish...
Their red kills me. Nice one.
I don't know either, but I was just at the factory and my favorite guitar to see during the build process was the I-35LC.
I would say 5879 issue too.
I thought my BTR was the bomb until I got an LDW. I hated the JRT, personally.
Who will sell me their T? Had two, need another.
The very first time I played a Collings, I did not like them because I thought they were stiff and sounded brassy. Years later I learned that once...
I've owned a ton of Lentz guitars since the 2000's. This includes some that would be considered "Reserve" by today's standards. Unless you feel...
Sell it back to me please! :-)
Is your hardtail Daphne Blue? I think I was the original owner.
Besides Music Emporium, what other decent guitar stores exist in MA or RI?
Hey, that's really nice. I had a 3 TSB Lentz S back in the day. Killer.
Thanks all. Some good suggestions and name of dealer's sites who I frequent. Not opposed to naming the piece I am looking for, but have my...
I am having no luck finding a vintage guitar that I am in search of. Without advertising, are there any recommendations for a dealer to work with?...
I'd return a Taylor for my money. Better value.
I'd say any of the Gibson's you've mentioned will work. Just find one that inspires you.
Yep. No offense to Taylor owners, as to each their own. However, they are sterile guitars with no character IMO.
I've owned 3 CJs, all with different wood combos. The sitka/mahogany combo has been my favorite. The CJs really do everything well, and can handle...
I agree with everything said here except wipe it off after....
Welcome to the Collings club! Soon you will want a D1A and CJ. :-)
I'm actually surprised it takes this long for the guitar to fall off of the conveyer belt...I kid. Nothing wrong with a Martin.