Welcome to ETSG.
You did very well indeed.
Can you say "profit margin"?
Those look nicer than the Schallers.
They also have a strap button that will work with a
regular strap, which the Schallers do not do very well.
I honestly don't remember.
I got the guitar, this used SG custom (not "vintage" -
that word hadn't reared it's ugly head yet) on Feb. 1, 1969.
John and Stevie have something in common.
Stevie is dead and John sounds like he's dead.
I meant a dick move on the headliner's part, not yours.
Now I have both feet in my mouth.
Robert speaks the truth.
I offer an apology and a promise to try
and be less of an a$$hole in the future.
What a totally dick move on his part.
So besides being a "2 million meaningless gnat notes"
guitar player he's also an a$$hole.
I was at the...
A Princeton with a 12" speaker.
Glad you're OK.
I thought all those people were
going to Area 51 on Sept 20.
I guess the event planners screwed
up and double booked the date.
To this day the SD is still
Larry's best selling pickup.
That's more than 40 years.
There is a reason for that.
An Angus Young SG will not make
you sound like Angus Young.
Neither will that Solo Dallas thingy,
or a wall of Marshall amplifiers.
Go hunt out...
Excellent article Mr. Womack.
I have 56 years in this game and have never seen
a better explanation of what goes into a guitar solo.
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