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That one started life as a Bluesmaster in a killer flamed maple cab back in 2005 or 2006 I believe. It has the 8 screw mount chassis. My memory...
These really sound killer!! Great work!!
This is a very well thought out amp, lots of great sounds and built solid!! I'm surprised Tim is letting this one go!
A wise man once said, "there's no replacement for displacement"!!
One other thing to also make sure of is that your relief is set where you really want it to be before you start filing down your nut slots.
He really looks to be enjoying Nashville!!! I think it maybe suits him.
Sonny's amp was a Bluesmaster, and he got all the grease outta the duck!
If you're looking for loud clean turn the master all the way up and just use the volume for control.
I got this in 2010, swapped 2 Historic LP's, a '94 and a '95 for it. The tuning gizmo was installed for the original owner, Rich Robinson....
From the interior picks the circuit is a later 50 watt, more gain type of Marshall circuit. Not that that's a bad thing. Is that stock from Clark?
Yes!!! The even distribution of the strings/sound is very addictive and I've only experienced it randomly and seldomly in other guitars. All the...
Michael's guitars are truly something else. Nothing but praise for his unique talents.
Charlie Patton, Pony Blues
I would also go with Hogy, he lives his work!
A couple things to check that would affect the price. Is the neck one piece or three and does the tenon fill the cutout in the pickup route....
Try this sometime with a set of humbuckers in a Les Paul. Bend the mounting tabs out just enough so that they drag a bit on the side of the...
I keep my last Stevens LJ in a Reunion Blues gig bag and it sure beats the hell out of any Gibson historic case!
I had an original CS powerboost modded with a volume control on the side. I swapped it for work on a vintage guitar long ago. Just picked up one...
Thanks again. I'm going to try it on an old neck first and see how bad I mess it up. Sure do appreciate your knowledge. I just wired up a Strat...
Terry, how do you apply the glue?
Ok Leon, now you've got me jealous!!! I hope you're happy!
Thinking more about it, I've owned and sold over 70 histories starting back in '95 and I doubt any of the bridges looked the same after...
I didn't read the whole thing, I just thought you were trying to get your new guitar intonated.