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  1. 19 points
    The guitar is a really cool midnight blue pearl burst so it flip flops between almost black to a cool blue pearl sparkle under direct lighting.
  2. 16 points
    Needed a Tele with a trem for a new project. This is where my GAS led me. Found it on the Guitar Center website. Just showed up yesterday. I think I am gonna like it. If you ordered this from Nash it would be high dollar. The thinline body, Bigsby, binding and maple top are all options. Has Lollars in it. I'm going to send the neck to Murkat Jay to put the period correct Fender decal on it, like he recently did on my Nash S63.
  3. 14 points
    If you can do part of this you have bragging rights.
  4. 12 points
    OP never mentions buying it in this thread so maybe you should get your cart off the street ya negative nellie. Whether they work a deal or not, guy shows up looking for a specific guitar made over 30 years ago and within a week it appears it's been located. That's a win all day in my book.
  5. 11 points
    I can't dig this one enough: Replaces my longtime Tech21, which replaced my Boogie Studio 22+. Compared to the Sock Monkey, the Boogie is just too heavy and TOO LOUD (and it's not bad at all).
  6. 10 points
    That guitar is worth (easily) three times that at "good guy" pricing. A fair deal all around for something that rare and unique would be somewhere in the low to mid-$2,000s. That would sell for a considerable number north on the open market.
  7. 9 points
  8. 8 points
    They have arrived! i know what I’m doing later...
  9. 7 points
    ..yes, the professor gets a lotta inquiries about being a Brian May impersonator...
  10. 7 points
    This is the first one. Same layout as a typical Hamer but angled. The Bigsby got in the way of the switch. Jol had me delete the switch and place it in the third potentiometer position.
  11. 7 points
    Asked him, 'Why?' He said, 'Beats the shit outta me'.
  12. 6 points
  13. 6 points
    Every time I have tried to use non-Boogie power tubes in a Boogie, I have blown a screen grid resistor. Maybe it's my dumb luck, but I ignore the message board hoohoo now and just use Boogie tubes. In three decades of using Boogies, I have never had one person actually listen to my rig and claim the glass in its ass was holding it back in some way. That's enough proof for me.
  14. 6 points
    A worthy pursuit. I've had a ton of fun on my Newport-12. As is the norm around here, here's a teaser pic. Alas, it's not for sale.
  15. 6 points
    My Quilter MicroPro Mach 2 8” 200. It is also my stage amp, my studio amp, and my practice amp. 19 lbs, sounds huge, great dispersion, PLENTY of volume, and I get mix ready tracks from the direct out. One rig to rule them all.
  16. 6 points
    Get back to us when you procure a rusty trombone from someone famous.
  17. 5 points
    Regardless of how you feel about Hartley, it is never a good day when American jobs are lost.
  18. 5 points
    THIS. She's obviously being coached to ride the new "OK, boomer" wave sweeping the nation right now to galvanize the most self-important age group in history into believing their music isn't disposable pap that will be forgotten quicker than the current version of her iPhone. Wolfgang VH's response sounds equally calculated by a PR team, or maybe he got more of his sensibility from mom than dad. Either way, I sure hope DLR pipes in with a customary unintelligible response so us pre-Zgen'ers can ratchet up our outrage and disdain for millenials a few more notches. That video of Roth knocking on the door of the Vegas hotel room blasting "Panama" to introduce himself to a kid who had no idea who he was still makes for great entertainment. This whole thing makes me want to buy a house with a lawn just so I can tell kids to stay off of it, after I've mowed that grass while clad in beige windowpane patterned shorts, a Bermuda shirt, and dress socks and sandals. While I shout at clouds. Not that I ever give any of this much thought....
  19. 5 points
    I blame this guy for the Knit Cap in Summer in Southern California craze:
  20. 5 points
    I bought this Daytona from Patrick and it’s all original with a matched set of factory SD’s, trem bar and factory warranty card. The Trans Blue finish is awesome and was one of Hamer’s less common finishes. This is a great looking and playing guitar with factory HSC. There is an 8-10 inch faint worm that lengthwise down the back of the guitar that did not break the finish. It isn’t very deep or wide – but it’s there. Its faint enough it’s difficult to get to show up in the photos. Otherwise the guitar is in very good shape with great frets and no other issues. The HSC is in great shape except the cleats and hinges at the bottom/back of the case have some rust on them from sitting on a floor. There is no indication this case has actually been in water though. Other than that the case is in great shape. I’ll post photos tomorrow. $850 shipped to your door. CONUS only – no trades. Payment - Cashiers or personal check.
  21. 5 points
    look what i found in 1'12" show😱 i thinks its a blitz,im so happy to see this guitar here, may be some one of the new generation guitarrists ask : what is the brand of this f....g cool guitar and may be the owner of that yellow zebra? is in the family?🤔
  22. 5 points
    $2500 shipped. PPG or buyer covers fees. Reverb link for more info and pics
  23. 5 points
    Gotta love the HFC. OP's looking for a 12str for sale. 3 replies from members stating how much they love their not-for-sale 12strs. Classic.
  24. 5 points
    Happy turkey day to all, safe travels to those on the road, and as god is my witness...
  25. 5 points
    First of all, this ain't The Gear Page, and as a lover of all things musical and guitarish, bless you if you love tubes and full stacks, or play only at home into a computer, or bang on a log or play trombone. Music is good. Let's not get into some chest-thumping over superiority and manhood. Yay! Over a year into going Fractal, and for my situation (no drummer, not traditional rock format, lots of beats and synths and harmonies in our stuff) having a versatile and portable rig that is heard through the monitors and not a separate sound source has been great. No regrets. I also found that a lot of the "difficult to program" part of digital is from the huge number of choices. While yes you can plug into any tube amp, turn some knob, and get a decent tone in 30 seconds, the analogy for the Fractal is more like walking into a music store with 250 amps, 250 cabs, and every effects pedal known to man... and then choosing your favorites. Then the knob twiddling part is roughly the same. I use it to about 1% of its potential. I have a bank of presets for Stratty guitars and another for humbuckery ones with each preset being: expression pedal > drive pedal > amp > cabinet > tremolo > delay. I fill all eight slots in this bank with the same preset, the only variation being what the expression pedal does: volume, wah, or whammy. The four buttons on the bottom just control the amout of gain: 1. clean, 2. little hair, 3. rawk, 4. add the drive pedal for more saturation. The top four buttons turn the individual effects on and off. I took a Tesla and configured it to work like a '72 Jeep Anyway, what is cool is with those 250 or so amps and cabs and stuff, I no longer am stuck with "Man I love how this Strat plays, but it just doesn't get ballsy enough for chug-chug. Guess I need to buy a Les Paul or another amp." Nope. I can just use a bank of Diezel settings through a 412 Greenback cab setting and I have chug-chug. Or if I think "The SuperPro is beautiful for classic rock, but when I do the more disco rhythm stuff I'm not happy. Wish I had a different amp and pedals. Or I could buy a Strat!" Not any more. I can set up a Roland JC120 and a chorus pedal, with zero outlay of cash or cluttering the music room. I didn't expect this, but for me, digital is the worst enemy of the music store. Why buy new stuff when I can program it? Anyone else found their gear lust going down with these new digital toys?
  26. 5 points
    They are a bunch of tools, which is why people like Tupac are in the R&R hall of fame. They want publicity and fans, so they hold off on inducting people so they can always have a nice marketable slate every year. Steve Miller had nothing good to say about how they treat the actual artists and bands they are inducting.
  27. 5 points
    If you have a car, I'd say take the drive to Louisville (on the way to Boulder) to hit Wildwood.
  28. 5 points
    I figure that Nash is already in the Fender forgery business. I'm just going to finish the job.
  29. 4 points
    Why mod when Hamer already did one-its' waiting for you John.
  30. 4 points
    Received yesterday all safe and sound. Only had time to plug it in quickly. Looking forward to exploring the tones through the long weekend.
  31. 4 points
    I have one heavy guitar. They are usually about 12 pounds (no shit). This one is 10 pounds even, so you could say that I bought a "light" one...
  32. 4 points
    Loved mine. Pickups were a bit one-dimensional and the tuners weren't great, but it sounded great through the old Vibrolux. Stick to the 1st-gen Korean-made version.
  33. 4 points
  34. 4 points
    I've got one. You can't have it. But I'll be happy to answer any reasonable questions about it, since I'm always up to firing it up for a while.
  35. 4 points
    We only put enough frets on to get a straight edge on the board.....it was never meant to be playable. It was a mock up of the body to test my CNC code. We added a neck and sent it to TKL to spec the case. Those are Jol’s notes written on the body.
  36. 4 points
    Rivera R55-12 or Mesa Boogie DC-5. Depends on how I'm feeling that day. The Rivera is a tad lighter, but also not quite a versatile, so its' a toss up.
  37. 4 points
    This is my main amp. Mesa Boogie Mark V:35 head and Mesa Thiele 1x12" cab with C90 speaker.
  38. 4 points
    Soldano Astroverb16 head/Bogner 1x12 cube. Great by itself, AWESOME with a small, 'travel board."
  39. 4 points
    They suck for excluding Gorman. You cannot build a band then say they dont count. Rich can barely play. The first exposure to 90% of their fans is a Gorman drum beat. It should be the Brothers
  40. 4 points
    They were truly great.
  41. 3 points
  42. 3 points
    Hey Guys, I hope we all had a great Thanksgiving. I must unfortunately part with some gear to pay for my hospital vacation last month. https://3monkeysamps.com/collections/amplifiers/products/grease-monkey-ii Here is my 3 Monkeys Grease Monkey II head. In perfect condition, never gigged with, 30 Watts, Class A, four EL84 tubes, and crazy great tone. This amp was $2750 new. Sacrifice at $1300 shipped to Supporting HFC Members.
  43. 3 points
    I heard his next new pedal coming soon is the Hiwatt Clone!
  44. 3 points
    Not so helpful in absolute terms, but my general sense is that in the marketplace, all else being equal (which it never is), pricewise: Cali > Chap > Cent > Diablo Centauras and Diablos are cruelly undervalued compared to the other two of the "shredder era" line.
  45. 3 points
    Just heard Maria Muldaur's "Midnight at the Oasis', and had to see if Amos was still around. Well, he is, and he's 78 today! Give his phenomenal guitar work on this a listen if ya got a minute, or more accurately, 3:48.
  46. 3 points
    Congrats. I’m a long time fan of the DGT and have been playing one for years along with PRS 513s. I’ve also come to love the 594. I have a McCarty Single Cut 594 Wildwood Wood Library model (Faded Whale Blue too). The single cuts have thicker bodies than the double cuts and are the same thickness as my R8. The 58/15LT tci’s are incredible. Twenty and thirty years ago I never got PRS guitars. They were very nice looking, but the ones I played always left me a bit flat. FF to today, I believe that PRS makes some of the best guitars on the planet. You’ll love that guitar for years! I saw your guitar on reverb. I’d have bought it myself if my vacation to the hospital last month hadn’t broken my back financially. Enjoy!!!
  47. 3 points
    Thanks everyone! It will be perfect for the monthly jam I attend and for recording. I had a 60s Valco that had the best trem I ever heard. I traded it for another amp which was great...but I have always missed that amp. This will be fun.
  48. 3 points
    Yes sir... 6V6... I also have a full size head 50watter with 1/2 power option "kinda heavy though" 😞
  49. 3 points
    Love my Nash P bass, I could definitely see getting a Nash tele. That one looks killer, even with that abomination of a tremolo attached to it.
  50. 3 points
    Agreed. Everything matters when it comes to keeping a non-locker vibrato bar system in tune. The nut has to cut right so the string can flow freely....I greatly prefer locking tuners BIG TIME...floating or decked? Neck joint stability matters. I am talking about Strat types here where they get seriously yanked on and driven down to the guitar body.... My Newport with a Bigsby gets seriously whammed on......it is stock and stays in tune great...but I do lube the nut and bridge often. Same with the Duesey Les Trem II on my Artist.. and neither of those have the locking tuners they need. The Artist did need some nut work when I threw the Les on there.. the g string mostly. I prefer my Strat to float and find it stays in tune MUCH better that way.
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