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65 and went from being a total Gibson (335) guy to a strat in the 80s
Now it's everything
Probably helps that I play acoustic and mandolin as...
The hiss depends on the amp
Through a Gemini II it was bad
Same board through a Deluxe had no hiss
Bouzouki strings maybe?
I'm having a real hard time not giving you **** about the tuning thing
I knew Tommy fairly well and had a false start...
Reminds me of that picture of a slaked jawed EC watching her play on Cass's lawn while Crosby smirks in the background
The Brit blues gods...
I had one of those for years
Got a record deal with a cassette made with it
Have one in my MIJ J Mascis
It's the Lollar P90 made to drop in a jazzmaster
Not thin and not harsh
Sounds like a bolder jazz master with a bit...
Same thing for me
That cover was always at the front of my dad's record stack
Full circle for me
First saw Charles at the Newport Pop Festival in Costa Mesa when I was 17 with Keith Jarrett and Jack Dejohnette
"Some stupid with a flair gun"
I couldn't agree with you more
It's like younger people are afraid to talk
When I told the person who replied with a bunch of questions via pm...
Saw him with Greg and Charles Lloyd Tues night in Santa Barbara
Last song was "I'm so lonesome I could cry" kicked of by Chales on the sax...
Tone Tubby ceramic is really good for this
Thomastik bebop 12s
The 11s will feel more like 10s but don't sound near as fat as the 12s
When I was a kid hanging out and playing my guitar in the den of a sailing club we belonged to Buddy Ebson walked by and started complementing me...
Been playing a Supertron neck in an old pine Tele with a Ellis 50s/60s in the bridge for 3 or 4 years now
Does just what you're asking
Every day, at home, at least 20 to 45 minutes
I've played both and used to own a gold horsey Klon
I much prefer the Mythical to the Archer
It's the only clone I've played that really...
My purple J Mascis is set up just like that with a
Lollar Jazzmaster P90
Agreed and what I use if not a microphone
ya but they all packed a bunch more life than most in that 70ish years
Old Town Torrance area is nice, not too expensive, and close to Hawthorne
He was a huge influence on me as was Bert
Hope they're both in a better place
owned both since they were new
I have owned a freakin' tone of other really nice delays
They're all gone
the DD-2 and DM-2 are...