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Is there a link or pics, by any chance?
I would venture to guess that the strings were all dead. that's one of the problems I hear about many GC's. they never change the strings on floor models.
1. Carissa's Wierd (all they're albums are the same greatness, so it doesn't really matter)
2. Iron & Wine (Creek Drank The Cradle album, easily his best)
3. My Bloody Valentine (Loveless)
debut album: A Few Inches Above The Ground
pls don't steal my ideas, thx.
edit: Maybe swap out Iron & Wine for Isis' Oceanic album.
You think that's bad go talk to Roddick lol.
Martin guitars are more durable than a Gibson, but they still are not durable. In all actuality Martins are not durable at all. They can't take a single temperature or humidity change, and they crack easy. So in my honest opinion, the Yamaha is better than the Martin durability wise. Sound wise the Martin is probably much better though. For those prices you could get a nice Ibanez or Ovation, which are so much better than all of those IMO.
I use'ta get high for a living
Believing everything that I saw on my TV
beautiful ! that's an incredible guitar ! i had a B25 for a very short time, no way i could get used to the very thin 1 5/8" neck. that LG2 has a much wider neck... i could play that for months on end.
right..but he was pretty insistent on not doing the neck reset as he said the guitar would not sound the same. it's a 70's D-18..so I didn't want to risk anything.
how much do you think a neck reset would cost if I didn't have any other problems with the guitar?
Varitones typically have 10M resistors, as opposed to the 250K or 500K pot you usually have for the tone control. So saying you have a .33 is apples and oranges, and if you don't specify that you're using a Varitone it's junk information, just misleading. A .33 on a Varitone works fine, on a tone pot it would probably be too muddy.