Found 27 results
Found 27 results
people who quote spammers are worse than spammers.
as for the topic at hand, what your slide does to your strings depends on what you use as a slide. I use a screwdriver from time to time and my strings are fine. I reckon if you use a file, there may be a problem.
I dislocated it in a play fight a couple years back
SJ Asian Escort, SJ Asian Escort, arrange you to meet with SJ Asian Escort our professional escorts. They come from many different backgrounds. They are happy and fun to be accompanying with, SJ Asian Escorts let our escorts bring you the total enjoyment of life. Call us now! Let our SJ Asian Escort show you how much fun you can get just being in SJ. arrange you to meet with SJ Escort our professional escorts. They come from many different backgrounds. They are happy and fun to be SJ Escorts accompanying with, let our escorts bring you the total enjoyment of life. Call us now! Let our SJ Asian Escort show you how much fun you can get just being in SJ.
There a pack of 5 dollar strings that he changes before every show most likely. I don't think he would care even if it did ruin strings
Pretty much. I've seen people use scraps of metal welded together, the tone wasn't very nice but it worked.
He's using a slide like this and picking really fast with his fingers. Though, I prefer the glass variety.
Wh-what? But that's impossible!Small-talk is just small-talk, not a signal that she can barely restrain herself.
what this? I wouldn't buy it for even 50 $
Squier. I got a Jazz one about a month ago and I've used it plenty. I play metal and it sounds great. I just got an LTD B10 and B15 in too. Hella cheap and they seem well built and sound great also. Of course, how much are you willing to spend? Used or new? I prefer new gear regardless because I don't trust used stuff, but that's just my preference.
It looks like it could use some real attention.
If the body and neck has no real damage, everything is in line and there are no problems with splitting or warping, it wouldn't be too expensive.
I reckon you could pick up new bridge pins, a nut and saddle in a set online. (Ive seen them on ebay for less than $10 with free or very cheap shipping.) Then give the fretboard a good cleaning with lemon oil and whatnot, and a new set of strings. (Oil and strings will cost you maybe $15.) After that.. you should be in okay condition.
Like I said, that's if the body and neck has no serious warping or damage.
It doesn't look like a Uke. It's a silvertone acoustic (600 series I think so 1948-1969), so an old dept store special. They have some cool factor/appeal. So fix it up if you'd like
Its a silvertone. Haven't played one, but I see em cheap on craigslist all the time. REALLY cheap. I guess they're just old mass market starter guitars. probly imported. Very likely just a sentimental piece.