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dance me your name ...
a fine guitar is worth good money.
it has never been cheap.
to have serious mojo, a guitar needs a history.
a guitar that has a story to tell.
and the wear that comes with it.
the guitars in Hogys' posts...
all I wanted from music was to play some guitar.
it took decades to feel any comfortable with it.
but now it does, I am in heaven.
^^ this is what I thought but was to lazy to type.
unless there is a crack in the poly.
wd40 is okay to get the remains from the sticker off.
but this is a trick for car paint, not guitars.
any fat will take the remains, slight heat...
if you can not afford it, you gotta hate in into pieces.
^^ nice ride. :aok
the VOS treatment is fine, I really like it on my ES-275.
some fine wire brush and some rust remover should to the trick,...
tell your stupid little OCD to step to the side and shut up so you can enjoy this pretty guitar.
one more thing: I'd polish that rust...
can anyone answer my question please, how I can tell that a ES 335 is a custom shop guitar ?
is this guitar made in the custom shop ?...
you got to play a 00-18 and a 00-28 in the same room and
you will know instantly what kind of guitar you need.
there is no substitution to check...
guitars are not my main interest, so excuse me for some "dumb" questions:
how can I tell a Gibson custom shop guitar ?
speaking about the ES-335...
what color is it then ?
how about a Santa Cruz H13 ?
how about a fifties Gretsch 6115 Rambler ?
he wants a nice acoustic, that means no Taylor, no Takamine.
I had an all hog 00 but could not live with
that made in China stigma.
give me a Gibson.
a 00 is a sweet guitar for playing fingerstyle at home.
I have the same strings on all three guitars.
to my ears, they sound fine....
that is what I think: 12 for the archtop and 11 for the 335.
start with the 335.
I play them with my hollowbody ES-275, they worked great with the hardtail Strat as well.
just give them a try.
edit: got them on my 00...