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At 42, with family, kids, demanding job, etc, guitar is one of the few things that keeps me from just being a robot that works, brings in money...
No. I will play until I'm physically unable to.
I'm not close to needing a refret on any of my guitars, but I will strongly consider SS when I get there.
Tacoma didn't do so well.
I actually think that if the Creedence performance had made the Woodstock movie, Ricks would be more accepted as lead instruments.
But Carlos Santana holds a note infinitely without any vibrato at all.
I avoid clickbait titles in Youtube videos, so if maybe one of them has useful info, I'll probably miss it.
Sounds like a really talented guy. I'll check him out.
Well, when I was a kid I bought an issue Guitar Player off the magazine rack and I saw this picture
And I thought, now, that guy is...
Personally, I think the Fleet Foxes albums sound as good as anything ever recorded
Here's a good article on what they did...
I don't think it's digital vs analog... it's the process
When you assemble a song in Pro Tools it's not the same thing as recording a band...
Interesting that you bring up Raconteurs... and now I can articulate why they don't grab me as much as White Stripes... and it's the sound.
There are plenty of crappy sounding recordings from the 60's and 70's.
But to me there is definitely something to be said for recording as a...
One of my all time favorites.
If Less is More, then NOTHING is EVERYTHING! (tm)
Slots too deep.... possibly buzz in the low frets
Slots too shallow... notes in the low frets are sharp
Slots too narrow... you bend a string...
The dimmers in my basement act as a hum control. I have to record with the lights off
Do you have dimmers?
I can't believe Kid Charlemagne was improvised on the spot... it seems thoroughly composed and thought out.
The Mars Volta, utterly unintelligible, opening for Soundgarden in 2012.
Soundgarden was equally loud, but you could make out the instruments...
LOL a discount!
Just finish the job. The crowning and polishing is the "easy" part.
If you f'ed up the leveling then the tech will have to do it...
I have a Mira Korina but I've played the regular mahogany ones.
I'd say it's a bit brighter.
So I realized some time ago that I better learn to do fretwork myself as this area seems to be quite thin with luthiers since the passing of the...
Any chance of a Fender Grantura?