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I like guitars about 10 years old. That's as vintage as I need.
I've never returned one, so I'm curious too.
Then it gets sold a week later. :)
I care a lot. I think we just care about different things.
Once you realize that, buying online only makes sense.
I find confirmation bias to be much worse in brick and mortar stores. YMMV
I check to make sure I'm buying from a reputable source. :)
You are most certainly limiting the number of instruments you can check out. That's not even arguable. However, you be you.
Every guitar I own at this point was bought online. If you know what you want, it's easy. I've had much better luck online. The last 3 amps I...
I went Miles and Ornette.
Steely Dan were notorious for the same thing. A lot of famous people got left on the cutting room floor. I tend to go with the artist on this.
I rank it right next to Heroin in destructive powers.
A guitar and a Fender Twin.
It's an SG so it's great.
It will work just fine.
I don't see how on earth he could not be defensive.
He started getting some MTV time at that point. Shock The Monkey got a lot of play.
I think he maintained an upward trend from the start. Security may be my favorite, but it's hard to say. It's pretty much killer all the way...
I have come to the conclusion that every note that band played was incredible. YMMV
He played bass or stick on the majority of the recordings leading up to SO. Robert Fripp as well, which led to the 80's version of King Crimson.
You will not be disappointed.
I loved all his solo albums, but SO was huge and not because of any sacrifice of artistry. I felt like he'd bombarded the world with incredible...
Magnifico. I think I like Club D'elf.
That will never change.