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Gabe

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About Gabe

  • Rank
    Inner Circle
  • Birthday 10/08/1961

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    North-East Caribbean
  • Interests
    Nephrology

Previous Fields

  • guitars
    2008 Hamer Talladega Black Transparent, 2005 Fender Custom Shop '59 Esquire Vintage Blonde, 2004 Fender Custom Shop '54 Stratocaster Two Tone Sunburst, 1986 Ibanez George Benson GB10, Crafter JE-24, Tanglewood TW 28 dlx 12 str.
  • amps
    Axe-Fx II XL, 65 AmpsSoHo, Quilter 101 Mini
  • fx
    Turbo Tuner, Barber TonePress, Fulltone FullDrive II, TC Electronic Corona chorus, MXR Carbon Copy, Mad Professor Tiny Orange Phaser

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  1. Welcome to the HFC! Now that is a great way to enter with such a fantastic guitar. Gabe
  2. Forum question

    I think Steve Haynie gave the right answer to the original question. Gabe
  3. Forum question

    That is the day of the first two concerts if the Band of Gypsys ( with Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles) in Fillmore East: Machine Gun. Gabe πŸ˜ƒ
  4. NGD Shake and Bake Baby

    Tally’s are great guitars, and this one is a looker, bet it sounds good! Gabe πŸ˜ƒ
  5. John Miles: Music Gabe
  6. NGD- T51 Craiglist score

    HNHD! Gabe πŸ˜ƒ
  7. NGD 08 Talladega

    A wonderful real beauty. Enjoy it! and please let us know how the DD’s compare to the P-92’s. Gabe πŸ˜ƒ
  8. NGD 08 Talladega

    No, do not flip them around, Both yours and mine are installed as they are supposed to be installed. Just different. Gabe πŸ˜ƒ
  9. NGD 08 Talladega

    That is a great guitar, and I bet those Fralin P-92 sound great, heard nothing but good things about them. Here are some pictures of my 2008 BT Tally with Kingman P-90 buckers in them, also with the offset pole-pieces look. These pickups sound fantastic to my ears, however they are not even that much different from the SD-DD pickups, only somewhat earlier breakup and somewhat louder, and the DD's do not hum excessively as I experienced previously with SD P-90's (and also with Lollar P-90's). Gabe Edited to add: Just noticed that the pole pieces on the Kingman P-90 buckers are closest to the bridge on the bass side, while on the Fralin P-92 they are closest to the bridge on the treble side. Checked on the websites of Kingman and Fralin, it is the correct way of installing these pickups.
  10. It says the ad has been discontinued, because it contained a mistake (!!?!).
  11. Weekend bump for a really great lookin' (and undoubtedly great sounding) guitar!
  12. Can't say anything else than wow, drool drool. Tally's are great! And this is a lovely guitar. Good price in my humble opinion. Gabe
  13. Gibson The Paul?

    But in that time that was considered a good thing! Gabe
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