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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by duceditor, Nov 13, 2020.
1995 MIM Squier Series with EMG's.
Jackson copy I bought from Sears around 1987-88.
This thread has been slumbering so Fender MIM Nashville Tele, Stetsbar trem, bridge pup is a Creamery Red '79 low wind, middle and neck are Sanford Magnetics low wind P90's. Five way switch.
My 2004 Limited Edition Standard LP
By way of contrast:
Not as pretty as a Standard or Custom but I think this one is pretty enough for me. 2008 Studio. Granddaughter's names are on the poker chip.
The tele bird flies again. This time with a 30.00 Kmise neck. Still the most uncomfortable guitar I own, too damn long.Sounds great and looks cool, so she sticks around.
My 1985 Gibson Explorer, another much played and well loved guitar
This looks rockin'...what you think of the Stetsbar?
Sound wise the guitar is great, the bridge is really bright without being icepick, it jangles like a Ric, and the two P90's are the icing on the cake.
The Stetsbar is fine, kind of like a Bigsby but different.
I'm really liking this Epiphone Les Paul Standard. Finally got her up and playing like it should.
It's hard for me to make out, is the Tele a Tanglewood brand?
Yes you're correct sir, it is a Tanglewood custom style with entwistl pick ups, it sounds and plays great.
This one I pulled out of it's bag and I've been playing all this weekend. It's the first one I bought back in 2019 (with ST community helping me) when I dived back into playing after about 15 years off. It's an Affinity and man it is finally playing so nice. Just need to fix up the fret ends, they are sharp and scratches up my sensitive fingers.
"Supro in Waiting"
With me in my "sick room" - and every day helping me to recover. Be it in hand, or just 'in eye.'