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Telechamp

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  1. Yes, I can't believe I waited so long to get an SG as well. I just got one a little over two years ago, and I can't believe I waited so long! I really LOVE my Special Faded... No neck dive, light as a feather, great tone from the 490's, and I even love the "faded" look of the wood - the feel of the back of that neck is to die for!
  2. I'm still pretty happy with it. Impressed with it for a bill, that's for sure..
  3. Congrats! That's some nice flame on that one.. I've got a Dot as well and love it, but I am looking to replace the stock pups - as mine do sound muddy. (Particularly the neck pickup.) I'm in the process of checking out used Seth Lovers or Gibson 57's, or DiMarzio PAF Pros, etc. on eBay.
  4. Yep, I love my Dot also, but I am gonna have to swap out those muddy pups on mine, I've decided - at least the neck pickup, anyway...
  5. Sweet! Looks a lot like my '96 Standard Plus Top Honeyburst.
  6. I gotta say I was fairly impressed with the Epi Jr. I bought this one for a hundred bucks about 6-7 years ago as kind of a "beater" and maybe a mod project. I figured I would definitely replace the stock humbucker for a Mean 90 or similar, but I have to say - I really like this humbucker! And I also REALLY like the neck on this one. Tuners are the weak spot, but they work well enough that I have just left them in.
  7. You got it - dirty fingerpickin' blues on this baby!
  8. Ha! It's not a guitar. It is a metal "guitar" sculpture that my wife got me at Pier 1, since I'm a gee-tar freak!
  9. Definitely looks like a Worn Cherry Faded. But on the other hand, it sure is glossy for a Worn Faded, though.. Hmm...
  10. My '64 LG-O is, I believe, considered a 3/4 size body. Great for sitting around working on stuff by yourself. Doesn't project that well for jamming with others with full-sized acoustics, but definitely has its place. Great guitar for fingerpicking blues..
  11. Looks like the green pads may be the way to go..
  12. OK, I will try this - sounds simple enough..
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