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Everything posted by davesultra

  1. Oddly enough, there are some folks who like chaos. 🤨
  2. I believe I was the one who purchased it from you. However, it’s no longer in my possession.
  3. I believe Brent could easily have purchased 3 guitars in the time it took you to type that. And it’s likely he did!
  4. As far as LP style guitars are concerned, I stick with those under 9.5 lbs. Nerve issues in my shoulder and neck make playing anything heavier for an extended period of time too much of a pain. With that being said, most all the best sounding LP style guitars that I’ve owned have been the heavier ones. Just can’t swing em’ anymore.
  5. While I’ve never attempted it myself, I’ve considered using a nut/saddle file to file small notches beneath the offending strings. Usually this isn’t an issue on an ABR-1 style bridge, which makes me wonder why “H” didn’t go with an ABR style bridge on the CCs?!
  6. Wolfe Guitars located in Jupiter, FL is pretty much the highest regarded dealer. I’ve never purchased from him myself, but I did sell him an H-157 a year or so ago.
  7. They’re now under new ownership, and it’s definitely a more “corporate” setting. I (being nostalgic) preferred the way things were, but, continuing in that fashion they would most likely would have folded. They have gotten a lot more organized, and their initial quality is improved. It’s really quite different, but they still build great guitars, so that’s a win.
  8. I certainly wouldn’t count 8lbs 1oz a light bowel movement! Lay off the beef for Petes sake!!!
  9. Are you able to crank the tailpiece down without the strings touching the back of the bridge? That’s always been my biggest gripe with Heritage, as I can’t stand top wrapping. Don’t care for the look or feel. But that CC is a sharp looker nonetheless. HNCCD!
  10. I love amps, just am not in a situation to where I need (or can enjoy) a cranked tube amp. Fortunately, some of the newer modeling amps can sound quite respectable at very low volumes. I also have a 1w Marshall head that sounds pretty good at low volumes too.
  11. “When a guitar reaches a certain age they begin to develop”… 😳
  12. Can’t really tell for sure if that is a mineral streak or not.
  13. Yeah that’s kind of why I was inquiring, as I felt it might be a good opportunity to grab one.
  14. I’ve been eyeballing these for a long time, but have never had an opportunity to try one. How neck heavy are these in general?
  15. I think it has to have been about a week since he picked up another one… what a slacker! 🙄
  16. I was going to guess a random number generator.
  17. The only real reason I’m bummed is due to the fact that I could have sold it for twice the price today. As far as playing it goes, I was just as lousy on that one as I am on any other guitar!
  18. Yeah I know all about being “that guy”.
  19. And here I was thinking that I was the only “hack” guitar player around here. 😏
  20. I had a Two Rock Studio 22 about 7 years ago. My understanding was that it was supposed to be kind of a Dumble sound. I guess that was lost on me. I can make any amp sound like me (which isn’t saying anything good about my skill set). Just give me a loud single channel Marshall, and I’ll raunch the he’ll outta that thing. 😱
  21. Locking tuners?! We don’t need no stinking locking tuners! 🤪
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