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And I love B-Benders.
My Early 80's T- Series guitars are Bulletproof. They're not pretty, but they work just like the day they rolled out of the factory.
All of the cons are totally correct, but the pro's definitely out weigh them.
It's nice to sound and look different.
Clapton wishes he was as talented as Winwood.
If you can't even tell where the crack is, I think you're fine.
Clean it with some polish to see if it goes away first....
Those guitars look super gaudy.
It's not 1988 anymore.
Definitley "modern" blues.
I loved how hendrix stepped out of the standard box.
Here's a clip from a show we played this last weekend.
We're mainly an original band, but play some choice covers.
I'm on organ.
This is totally correct.
If Heritage was out to sell a million guitars a year, they would need some serious changes, but if you're looking at it...
My T has a flat phase, and a round PU selector.
Al Perkins Burning it up on a 400.
Best bit of advice is don't give up.
Look around for anyone that could give 1 on 1 lessons in your area.
Arkansas I would imagine isn't lacking...
...Lake Placid Blue?
You clearly have not played or used any late 70's-80's Peavey Equipment.
It's all bulletproof.
Try getting lost in Gary.
Hammond is the Hamptons compared to Gary.
I'm not sure what you're talking about, could you post some pictures of it with Neko?
I use lithium grease on my guitars, I got into it after using it on my B-Bender.
Didn't you ever notice its the same people no matter what bar you're in?
I really like talking to people when I know they care, and...
a friend lets us practice in the basement of a 100 year old downtown store front. its prettyy awesome. warm in the winter, cold in the summer.
ive been told i have a "dont talk to me" face when i play. i dont get bothered too much...
i enjoy talking to people who like the music, or...
You really should have made a scan of it before you put it on the guitar and just made your own, problem averted...
Too late for that eh?
He wasn't capoing.
It was a fender XII tuned to open F.
Heres my playing from a show last month.
I didn't do anything fancy, but taught myself about a year ago.
It's pretty tough, and I...