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I'm selling my super champ. Works great plus it has an upgraded speaker in it, (have original also). I also have the original foot switch for it and a cover. The speaker is a weber Chicago blues and sounds great. Call me or text cause all I have now is my phone, no more computer. (Times are...
Does anyone like to rip on some old 100 watters anymore???
I play this rig when I'm in the studio, :##
But like in the other thread I need advice on what components I need to get the voltage down? :salude
I haven't posted in a while.
Here is the latest line up
1962 Strat, 1968 ES-335, 1959 Melody Maker, 1968 Les Paul, 1969 Les Paul custom, 1954 Les Paul conversion, 1967 Byrdland and a 1966 Gretsch Tennessee
I just got a set of these from our very own Eric Ernest, (thanks again) for my Byrdland and now need the bushings. I thought no problem, but WRONG! These are 5/16 inner diameter and your standard outer diameter.
Any help in the right direction would be greatly appreciated, :salude
Seeing is I can't get into the backstage area anymore???
I've been busy taking some photo's and would love to share them with everyone.
Here are pics of my guitars, (2 of them vintage, 54 & 59) plus a couple of amps and my studio.
74 super lead
78 super lead
Metro 68 series plexi
How are these amps and or cabinets?
I played it and it sounds great!!!
Just wondering what speakers are in these?
Plus isn't this the first year for the print board?
The cab is imaculate, the head has a scuff here and there but all in all looks good and has all it's parts.
I just picked this up Monday, so it was a late Christmas gift to myself. This thing was owned by a little old black lady that bought it new back in 68. Well it was only played in Church it's whole life. Well needless to say, it's very clean. I've been to busy playing it and I'll get pics up...
First off, I would like to say that Gary Dick at Gary's Classic guitars is the true meaning of how a guitar transaction is all about!!!
Very nice guy to deal with. He was the most gracious host, cordial and well, all of the above.
If you go to his site, he has amazing guitars for sale. But I'm...
I got this off of a friend of mine. It needed frets which I had done, plus two Inlays which I got off of a forum member, (thanks again) but I had it at my house for almost 2 months. I couldn't stand it no more, so I took it apart to find out that It's a 59 according to the potentiometers. So I...
I played the Long Branch down In Monroe the past 2 weekends and thought I'd share the pictures and what not inside. The owner Nancy's husband died a while back and he collected all kinds of old pictures and stuff, so I thought I'd share.