Beginners, or people who don't play may be curious, but the vast majority of guitar players will know what it is.
But "distressing" or "relicing" exists for other products as well.
Leather jackets, or boots, or buying jeans with holes in them has been a thing for ages.
I have never been into...
My father waited his ENTIRE working career for his dream guitar.
In 1968 he purchased a Gibson ES-330, and a Deluxe Reverb.
But what he really really wanted was a Gretsch 6120 in Orange, just like Chet Atkins.
Once he retired he finally got his dream and purchased a brand new Gretsch 6120...
It was a gamble.
Like I said it was about 15 years ago. Couldn't find much in the way of clips online at that point.
I was replacing a set of Texas Specials whose neck pup went microphonic. I had it potted, but it didn't sound the same, so I thought why not change it up.
I wanted the Tele to...
This is simply a deficiency in your technique.
It can be corrected with practice.
I taught many students who initially played like this, but with work were able to correct it.
If you like the way you play, and do not desire to correct this flaw in your technique, then playing heavy strings may...
Just a sports wrist band that athletes wear.
I did my first guitar trade on Saturday.
I traded a Music Man Silhouette Special for a 2012 Fender American 75 Block Telecaster Custom.
Released in 2011 as part of Fender's 60th anniversary Tele-bration.
I have wanted a Tele Custom for quite a while, but don't have cash for buying anything...
I've been looking into this lately. I have a set of 57's in my 339, and they're pretty good, but I'm low key looking for something different.
I saw a vid on YouTube for Bloombucker PAFs. These seem to be the best sounding pickup I've ever heard in a 335. I'm very tempted, but they're crazy...
I don't play slide in a band, but bringing 5 guitars for 15 songs at a multi-band event sounds absolutely insane to me.
I only bring one guitar to a gig.
If it were me, I would work on sticking in one tuning, or, get better gigs.
I can understand wanting to play your guitars, but 5 at one gig...
Sounds like it could be meralgia paresthetica.
It's a compression to the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.
Used to be called "night watchman's disease" and happened because of the repeated banging of their big bunch of keys on their thigh.
Can also be caused by tight hip flexor due to lots of...