Matt. Bryan. Chris. we play guitar, and as guitarists, we like gear. Yes, all kinds of it. Guitars, basses, amps, drums, fuckin' trombones and shit... we love it all.
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I think I will have to retire after this post I mean how can I top something so perfect, exactly I can’t.
^ what he said
Just stumbled across this blog, and thought I’d submit muh Strat. Squier Classic Vibe 60’s, Candy Apple Red. Callaham bridge block and arm, Graphtech TUSQ XL nut (thinking of getting an LSR roller), and white plastic because the stock mint/cream looked wack as dicks to me. The knobs, tip, and covers are actually more subtle parchment than full-on white like the pickguard is, so it gives a very subtle aged look that’s not ott like the stock stuff. Love your blog, only just came across it five minutes ago and it’s already one of my favourites.
damn fool tumblr never tells me when I get submissions but this is dope and I approve s/o s/o
i figuer you might be able to tell me if i could repaint my blue fender p-bass? i was told by my pessimistic father it wouldnt turn out well.
yeah dude your dad sounds like bonerkill mcbonerkill over here fucking do it
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sh*t effect pedal geeks say (volume one) (by CarolineGuitarCo)
Hahahah “Eric Johnson was right I CAN hear the difference in the Evereadys!”
This is great.
Ugh, when people want to debate true vs. buffered bypass. But I will totally own my LED preferences: blindingly bright, preferably in an array of colors. I have totally said the phrase “modded my pedals with new LEDs” in the past and I am so, so sorry.
Just finished setting up this Danelectro Danoblaster with 9 gauge strings. (brand withheld to save the feelings of lovely people) Such a strange guitar, with built-in dist, chorus, trem and delay, all of which sound shitty but are somehow kinda intriguing. #guitar #danelectro #danoblaster #setup #repair (at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar)
I have a dream that one day I shall own all Competition Colors… but preferably in the bass version.
Glamor shots of John’s incredible Fender Thin Skin Jazzmaster in Burgundy Mist. I can’t tell you how much I’ve grown to love this color, especially when viewed in person. See, it’s not so much lavender as everyone thinks; there’s a touch more red in there, with hints of rust as well as light purple hues. It’s lovely.
This one is going to haunt me. See, it’s got this crazy wider neck than on any of the other Thin Skins I’ve played (including my Sonic Blue) which makes it feel a lot more like a real early ’60s guitar than a relatively new one. We’ve also dropped some Seymour Duncan Antiquity I pickups in this one, giving the guitar a more woody low end, some healthy but slightly hollow mids and tapered but still present highs. It sounds phenomenal, especially now that she’s Mastery-equipped.
As I told John, this one needs some good ’60s tort. Hell yes.