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The body is made of highly flamed maple, absolutely gorgeous. And most of all, there is a detail we have never encountered on a Country Club: The sound post connects top and back, giving the guitar a greater rigidity, to avoid feedback problems when played really loud. No heavy dings, no heavy wear. The binding deterioration, so common on ’60 Gretsches, was becoming a real problem on the guitar’s body, since it just could not be stopped in any way. So, instead of keeping on touching it up by replacing the damaged pieces one at a time, we have chosen to ask our luthier Salvatore Mancuso to complety restore it. The restoration job is just perfect, since Mancuso has used exactly the same material, dimentions and colour of the original binding. More rare details make of this guitar a true “collector’s item”: Rare and interesting indeed!

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I have been using a CMOS headphone amplifier for awhile now, and have really enjoyed the way it brings my Sennheiser cans to life, even though it is digital and not super warm. You might be a little worried about dealing with anonymous faces overseas, but it is not a big deal in this case. They have been selling to satisfied US customers for years, and they pack the amps well and ship them out quickly. It had four glowing tubes with polished bezels around their bases, a machined aluminum front plate, and a crinkly-painted transformer cover.

All of the screen printing is clear and it is a solid piece of work, coming in over 6 pounds. Everybody that stops by wants to know what it is.

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Today we are looking at a lovely s vintage Ibanez guitar. And from the pictures you can see why: A good copy, with one major cost-cutting difference:

Suhr Collection Kingwood Classic T 24 Serial Number at The Guitar Sanctuary McKinney Texas Evaluating the Musicman Stingray Bass – SweetMusicMaker See more INSTRUMENTS FOR JOY – Nice pin via David Roose can’t be found on many boards.

One of the first. At the same time fretless Basses changed from Rosewood to Ebony. Prior to this the rear of the bridge was blank. The Sabre Bass has always had the serial number located on the bridge since it’s introduction at the end of Black epoxy was deleted from the Sting Ray and Sabre pre-amps at the beginning of However all Sabre Basses were contoured.

Sabre Basses have always had top loading bridges no strings through the body. Although top loading bridges weren’t introduced on the Sting Ray untill late , examples of bridges allowing strings through the body can be found up to See pics at page 9 of MM Catalogue. First production model MM serial number.

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MusicMan Stingray 4 Selling a 4 string music man,rosewood and sunburst as you can see on the picture. It’s time to move on to different tones/tunes!

If you’re not familiar with my site, it’s simple, and you’ll love it or hate it: It’s not a fancy site but it remains unchanged since ’98 and I firmly believe, “if it ain’t broke – don’t fix it. Just click on any underlined text and it should open a picture; if you move your cursor over the pic and there’s a magnifying glass displayed instead of your cursor, click the pic and it will expand it to larger size. I would have called it a Custom 22S or something.

I like the blade so much more than the rotary. A few clear coat indents or scratches but nothing through to the wood. It plays easily with low action and with the Fralin pickup it has a sweeter selection of single coil tones. Would be very at home in a modern country band or, of course, rock or blues. Not a 10 top but on another day I think it could have made the grade.

Fender American Deluxe Pickup Assembly. Mounted on original Fender mint green pickguard.

Musicman Stingray serial?

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No serial number. The story I got from the original owner was that it was ordered locally for a Daltrey/Townsend photo shoot. I hear a lot of stories so take that for what it’s worth. The specs are classic PT. The body is alder and the top is bound. The one piece maple neck features a maple fingerboard with 22 frets. Musicman John.

A beautiful guitar from the craftsmen at Larrivee guitars! Jean Larivee’s gorgeous creations have won many fans looking for quality guitars that sound great, play great and are flawlessly constructed. This example is no exception. Super quality solid woods throughout. The top is solid Sitka Spruce while the back and sides are solid flamed maple. The neck is attached with a traditional dovetail joint for good tone.

A Venetian style cutaway offers access to the highest frets. An ebony bridge and sealed tuners keep it all rock solid.


Donald Mayall November 25, at My order, which was only available online, was shipped out the same day. On Tuesday, however, I discover the order was delivered to an incorrect address. I panicked and picked up the phone to call customer service at GC hoping to resolve.

Dating this guitar is a little tricky. There is no serial number, so I figure it is later than (earlier ones had a rounded fretboard) and earlier than (when serial numbers were introduced). Though not completely original, this is a great playing and sounding guitar.

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The latest and greatest reissue of the original early 50s black guard Tele, replacing the American Vintage ‘ This one has all the black guard era vibe with period correct hardware and pickups, but adds modern features such as pickup switching and the modern 9. It features a solid ash body with gloss nitrocellulose finish, 21 tall vintage fret neck that’s also nitro-finished, chunky ’52 U-shaped maple neck with 9.

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