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  1. vintage66

    Best luthier in Atlanta?

    Any updated recommendations for fret job for a strat and acoustic pickup install/setup work?
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    How would you make this bland black guitar prettier?

    I’ve had a black on black Kramer Pacer black pickguard super strat since the 80’s and got tired of the look. It already had a cream Bill Lawrence so I changed the single coil covers to cream and cream knobs, kind of like Gilmours. I’m your case I’d go for cream pickup rings and some type non...
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    Experiment on neck thickness and tone

    That’s it, nothing but square necks for me from now on.
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    Big changes at Gibson...

    So, when and how much? Fretless wonder strat- Sign me up!
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    It was like a guitar trauma center (yes, another GC post)

    5 out of 6 people playing Russian roulette report no problems. I kid, I mostly use GC for their used section and the string and drumsticks clubs. Of course used is a crapshoot anyway. New shouldn’t have to be.
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    Packing Up My Guitars

    That’s a reasonable number of guitars, similar to what I have. I switch them up. Each has its strengths. I don’t see it as a problem. I don’t gas much for other guitars, sure there are plenty I’d like to have but I have what I need. Stashing them away might help you decide if you’d miss them...
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    How do you start your conversation?

    ? I'd like to buy a vowel.
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    UPS can burn in hell

    I sen I sense sarcasm, I did say it wasn’t really Ups’s fault, but it is a major inconvenience to drive 2 hours round trip to get a package. Luckily we’ve moved and it’s now 1 1/2 hours round trip to the one that delivers to us. Oh, and that’s if you can get there before they close, which I...
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    UPS can burn in hell

    The picking up at the UPS facility never works for me, it's amazing how far away they always are. Seems to always be 3 or 4 cities away that the drivers depart from. One infamous pedal retailer promised to send USPS but sent it their usual UPS anyway, signature required, which was probably an...
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    How to scare the H out of Yngwie

    What's the big deal? That's my warm-up exercise. Seriously, lots of technique, but my eyes glazed over and I skipped around a lot on the vid. Yngwie is not the king of dynamics or anything, but he does make it a lot more interesting. I'm pretty much over the shred thing too, as are most...
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    Does anyone really buy gear on Reverb!?

    I've got a good bit of stuff on CL and it is a pain, nobody wants to make the drive but they still contact you and tell you they want it. On guy wanted me to drive halfway to meet him-and he lived in the next state. Not a high dollar item either. Once I find a buyer though, everything usually...
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    What is your #1 guitar?

    Just a boring mid-90's American Standard Strat with H-S-S. That's the one I play most, which makes it #1 I guess. It's not the fanciest or nicest, may not be the best sounding, but it's versatile and comfortable and it's the first one I take with me when I leave the house to play. It's 22...
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    Guitars you've regretted selling

    My first electric, a Univox Hi Flyer. I kind of miss the Peavey Wolfgang I had but would rather find a hard tail.
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    Pick between saddles and bridge pickup of Tele

    He dropped it in there and can't get it out.
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    New practice chair... sense of humor required!!!!!

    That looks pretty custom, what if mine hang the other way?
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    I Played A Michael Kelly Tele Today

    I like that one^
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    Can you recommend a quality slide?

    I've never bought a Diamond but they are regarded as some of the best. I have a couple similar to the redhouse, one in particular that I really love that I found at a guitar store, and one that's a bit shorter that I got on eBay that they sanded down to get rid of the seams but it also took the...
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    The guitar you always wanted to try out but never had the opportunity?

    Okay that looks badass. What is it?
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    The guitar you always wanted to try out but never had the opportunity?

    I'd love to try a 70's Tele thinline with wide range humbuckers. I'm pretty sure I'd love it.
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    Can you recommend a quality slide?

    Bump because I like slide threads:cool:
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    Pawn shop find - Univox Hi Flier

    Cool find. I've been on the lookout for a good deal for years, my first electric which I regret selling. Pawnshops all want eBay prices these days so it's nice when one slips by them.
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    Can you recommend a quality slide?

    Plus 1 on the moleskin thing-wish I'd known a long time ago-better to buy too big than too small for this reason, it comes in a couple thicknesses.
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    Can you recommend a quality slide?

    Since you said metal, I like the brass Rockslide a lot, but the Dunlop brass slides are good too. I have the tapered and straight ones, the tapered are curved like a wine bottleneck, which incidentally are probably my favorites. I cut my own but can't resist buying a good one when I find it...
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    Can you recommend a quality slide?

    What company so I'll know what to look for? If that makes it too spammy you can pm me.
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    Before buying..How long do you play it.

    I've had the GC warranty bail me out before-bought an Ovation acoustic, played it a good while in the store actually, but when I got it home noticed it had a hump in the fretboard way high on the neck. Don't know how I missed it, but I think a lot of times a guitar puts a spell on you in the...
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