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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by BWV548, Jun 17, 2019.
... 594*3. Just because.
Nice trio!! The blue one is best, right??
There’s no “best”
It was the first though. And I’ll say this, as awesome as the PS is-and as personal as it is, it’s # 2 in terms of just being unstoppably “alive”. The WL semi hollow is just the most insanely sustaining, and sonically explosive guitar I’ve ever played. I don’t know why. I suppose it falls into that poorly defined, and named, category of “magic guitars”. It actually annoys me a bit that it has more “natural talent” than the PS.
First world problem, clearly
Oh and for the eagle eyes out there who may be wondering about intonation and the bridge differences, each have different gauges. And one has a wG
Larry, Curly and Moe, right?
Of course, I opened this thread thinking, “How did he know the year of my birth?”
2JAN 1782 death of J.C. Bach (in deference to the OP's screen name)
I broke out the old probability text book, and did some math.
Outstanding catch!! To be clear, for those watching, Johann Christian, not Johann Christoph, is the JCB, the Great Gazoo references
Ha! Would set an actuary's head spinning.
Thanks for the necessary clarification ... I should have added "London Bach" to be more specific.
Most excellent group!
The thread title had me expecting some obscure and ancient piece of music I was going to feel compelled to try to play today.
That's a cool trio. I always loved that 3 pick up version of yours! Killer!
I am way behind on 1129...