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  1. Looks very nice. And the varitone could be a very cool thing on that one. Michael Dotson played a Tele with HB on the neck and varitone when I saw him here in Valencia, sounded very good.
  2. The most important part of the burst myth that always gets ignored: The player's that picked them up and made them sound good!
  3. Thanks Rabs!!! Jeez, I never saw Mark this way. Spoken like a true Gibson warrior. I actually liked a lot of his videos with Norman's rare Guitars, especially some Tele Thursday.
  4. Well.....Tokai, Heritage and Maybach come to my mind. I couldn't watch the video either. I don't get it, with Tokai for example the cost is amost the same, (sometimes even more expansive) specs are pretty similar. Why would someone choose it over an original?
  5. Heard it on the radio this morning. https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/sci-tech/about-us/news/do-endangered-woods-make-better-guitars Very interesting. I think I stop telling a buddy of mine that his MIM Martin is not allowed to sound that good!
  6. Very nice looking stuff! And the most important thing for me, finally Graphtech nuts!!! Nice example in this video!
  7. Nice! I only wish I had knew of the existence of those cases before buying my Fender Tweed case. The case itself is ok, but the latches are really cheap. I had problems with one of them popping open everytime I put the case on the floor.Unscrewed it, a little bending here and there and it worked again. Until the spring of the mechanism broke, yup you heard right, luckily I had a spring that fitted right into it. It was a PITA to fix. Strangely the black Fender case work's just fine, and the chrome latches even feel like they're better quality, go figure! Yours looks awesome!
  8. Oh come on, don't we all like to pour slippery stuff over our nuts?
  9. Sounds good, keep us updated once you tried it. I use a drop of pure mineral oil on the stock nuts of mine when I put new strings on. Works fine, on my Tele and my LPJ. Luckily the graphtech nuts don't need any lube.
  10. She's a beauty for sure! Congratz & enjoy.
  11. I have the CS 51 noCaster set in mine and love them, they have exactly the right output. Only got compliments on how nice that guitar sounds from players and non guitarists. Can go from smooth to doom, and always sound's good.
  12. Thanks man! Yeah the roller-thingie is pretty cool, even if it did hurt my eyes at first. But it is dirt cheap and works flawless. And you are lucky or smart to have a Luthier that knows his stuff. The strings on my Trad where literally buried in the slots. I only waited this long (it's a 14 model) because I didn't trust the tech's and luther's here, and didn't have the guts to do it myself. But be careful, it seems to be addictive. When you feel how well those nuts work, you want them on all of your guitars.
  13. Yup could be his, hahaha! To be true when I saw a Metallica rig rundown I was relieved: I am not alone!
  14. If I set foot in the US, it would be a great honor to see you play her at one of your gigs and hit the cymbals with her!
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