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My 2019 Tom Anderson Classic Shorty HSS
I don’t own a Drop Top.
I do own a Classic HSS Shorty, and man, it’s just....amazing.
For me (up to this point), it is THE guitar. Puts a smile...
I owned a Parker Fly Mojo and loved it (sold it to help finance a medical procedure). I bought it brand new at a killer price.
In many ways, I...
Greg Koch, as he could also make me laugh during the hard times.
I’d bet that would be fun.
I don’t know about other widths, but I own an 1 11/16 in a shorter scale Classic, and it’s the fastest, most comfortable neck.
I absolutely love...
I just sold my 2010 R9, so folks are still buying.
I love my stock DSL40CR. Absolutely great amp.
Before I got this amp, I owned a Blackstar HT 40 (single 12”), and it sounded very thin vs what...
Updating my own post, since I got a recent like:
I bought a Tom Anderson Classic Shorty, and it is absolutely amazing!! I’m in love with the...
Wow! Love it, brother. Perfect timing too (Lent starts today).
I’m glad I opened this thread!
Zakk’s, “No More Tears,” solo.
Well, who were you talking about?
Everyone that buys a relic’d guitar or just pockets of the relic-buying population?
I’m just stating that I own...
Unlike guitars, the Rolex is likely to retain its value.
If you’re starring at your guitar with that kind of intent while you’re playing, then, idk. I don’t play while looking into a mirror either.
I just like how they feel. Don’t even think about image. My wife thinks about image. And if I bought guitars based on her approval, they’d all...
I like relics because I’m an old soul (and can’t afford high-end vintage guitars).
I don’t care how a guitar looks. I never even look at the...
Learned something new today. Thanks so much.
Guitar is a beast. Singles sound excellent, but I can stay on that bridge pickup with gain...
I love, love, love, love my Anderson (put can’t post pics in here to save my life ).
It’s a Classic Shorty aged. Light-weight swamp ash body,...
Good quality, no doubt.
Thin(ner) necks are definitely fun, I’ll say that.
Or he was just happy to share a positive experience he had (that he may not have had before) with a vintage guitar.
Nothing wrong with that.
I sold a Parker Fly Mojo back in 06’-07?
It was the best guitar I had played (up until that point), and I thought about that guitar years after...
Nope. Not wrong at all.
I had to YouTube,” sitar”, to check into the sound.
I’d have sent it back too.
This is interesting as I too am selling a Les Paul. The hang tag says 8.20. The scale sales 8.3 lbs.
I assumed the hang tag was incorrect, but...
Ah. Good to know.
Not to hip on TA pickups. I just know the HC2 cuts well; isn’t dark (but may be due to woods).
Cuts well. Sounds very 80s rock...