Boston all the way!
If his/ her work was beyond what was expected- absolutely.
Love the Temerance Movement.
Yes. Do what you need to do and never look back.
Well, I guess we have to narrow it down to who is the most famous who happened to play an SG at some point or who is most famously known for...
As to the last part, it's mostly due to the majority of the tension affecting the area furthest from the pegs and saddle- in other words, the...
Picked this combo up the other day. So far it's been fun playing with knobs and dialing in my sounds. Plenty of window rattling low end and enough...
+1 on the Roland Cube series. I have a 20w version that's ideal for the home spare (music) room. It's a lot of fun. I also have a Fender Champ...
Grats. I love the Trads better than most standard fare LPs. I need to get one this year myself.
War Pigs. About 40 years ago.
"I just don't understand it...I just don't understaaaand it....I just don't understand it....."
J. Geils Band
What part of Korea are you in?
At this point you might do less damage keeping it lol. Is it acting up or is it solidly keeping things in place?
Keith Richards has been stuck in the same box for 55 years and it's working for him. No worries. :)
I'm actually of the opposite opinion, I love my '17 Std but the only thing I would change would be the bright white binding to the cream. But...
There is a troubling visual aspect about the knob area, but it's not the grain, it's those knobs!
Switch to witch hats and it's perfect. ;)
If you're meaning those band's early 80s sounds it was pretty much basically Gibson, Fender and Marshall's across the board, usually with not much...
That song was the epitome of how annoying they had become by then. I love their older stuff, though.
Knobs arguing about knobs.
Witch Hats, by far, but only on certain models. For most SGs and LPs, I go with those. Other guitars vary, obviously.
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