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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Rockmark, Nov 26, 2018.
It's ok, I guess!
Way cool, Junior!
Indian rosewood ⁉️
Nice top too.
That would go rather nicely with mine
Which do you prefer - 57/08s or 59/09s with the ME I?
It gave me a woody.
[siren sound effect]
“What’s wrong officer?”
“This is a no-bad-joke zone, sir. I need to see your joke teller’s license and registration.”
“I, uh, didn’t know I needed a license and registration to make a joke, so I don’t have them.”
“Ignorance of the law is no excuse, sir. I’m going to have to take you in.”
“For telling a bad joke? Are you serious?”
“Oh yeah. It’s a serious offense. Plus your joke is off-color, and you don’t have a license for that, either. Now I’m going to have to ask you to put your hands behind your back so I can handcuff you, and put you in the back of the clown car.”
“Looks pretty crowded in there...oh, hi Alan and Steve. Serg, how’s it going?”
That's beautimus. Both pups do justice to this wonderful run. I have some w each and the heartwood on these seems to be very responsive to either of these to my ear anyway. Others here have both and may want to chime in. However the ME1's w RP pups have frustrated some in that RP's seems to muffle the sound somwhatl
Braz neck, board, trc and headstock. The MEII had IRW as future Eagle iterations. That is when the big Cites impositions hit. 2008 area.
Lovely! Beautiful and spectacular!
My Paul’s Guitar (avatar pic) came with a letter about the Honduras rosewood fretboard. It also says “For U.S. sale only” on the back of the headstock.
I never intend on crossing ANY international borders with it, then trying to re-enter the U.S.
Nice to know they think U.S. Customs agents are that savvy.
Just curious, what is the tonal difference Brazilian and Indian rosewood?
About 9188 miles of tonal difference!
Tis a thing of Beauty!!!