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 on: Today at 12:04:48 AM 
Started by Barefoot Rob - Last post by flatlander
Allman Brothers. One of 2 great melodic solos. Either Jessica or Blue Sky.

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 on: Today at 12:01:21 AM 
Started by flatlander - Last post by flatlander
Thanks, fellows.

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 on: February 21, 2019, 11:15:18 PM 
Started by Deliberate1 - Last post by Deliberate1
I usually take the case out of the box, and let the guitar acclimate in the case for as long as needed (again, depends on the difference in temps from outdoors to indoors).
Yep. Did just that. Let it set in the box for about an hour. And then about 45 minutes in the. And then.....shwing. What a gorgeous piece of work. More to follow.

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 on: February 21, 2019, 11:11:53 PM 
Started by headsup - Last post by JamesN
Link:
Beatles Multitracks Reveal True "A Hard Day's Night" Opening Chord

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 on: February 21, 2019, 10:56:24 PM 
Started by headsup - Last post by headsup
Sorry guys,
 Canadian Rock Icon Randy Bachman ( Guess Who & BTO) has this one covered.

don't believe me?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwfH9oAiPH0

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 on: February 21, 2019, 09:49:36 PM 
Started by headsup - Last post by ducktrapper
Guess I better go back and listen to it again... all the way to the end!   rolleye

Heh. Maybe it's just the way I play it. I haven't listened to it in a while.  blush 

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 on: February 21, 2019, 09:41:46 PM 
Started by Barefoot Rob - Last post by ducktrapper
OK this is weird as I just posted my favorite lead is from the Monkee's and just read of his passing.The monkee's was one of the bands that got me moving as a guitar player.I know most won't admit this but....He was a really good guitar player as well as piano,banjo and earlly synth player.

RIP Mr. Tork. As for Monkees' musicianship, in the beginning at least, it was studio players like The Wrecking Crew doing the playing. When they insisted on doing their own writing and playing, it was essentially a career killer. Have to give them credit for sticking up for themselves, however.   

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 on: February 21, 2019, 09:41:04 PM 
Started by headsup - Last post by Mikeymac
Yes. Actually, I believe it's played at both ends but ... yes.  blush

Guess I better go back and listen to it again... all the way to the end!   rolleye

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 on: February 21, 2019, 09:37:28 PM 
Started by DarkskyZ - Last post by ducktrapper
Thanks.

I didn't mean to say Larrivée skimped on anything in anyway, that is the opposite in fact (my poor English probably betrayed me once more). I know as a fact that the RS-4 features top notch hardware l all so I was genuinely wondering why a "plastic" like nut was put instead of a bone one. And by why I was thinking of the technical side of things, not the cost.
You are probably right about the nut material being some kind of high tech stuff, in my case it had been cut too low  so it needed replacement anyway so now bone it is.

Pas de problem. When you're making a lot of guitars, it's often easier to use something like Tusq so that you can better control outcome especially for nuts. Saddles? I would prefer bone on my acoustics but in most cases, replacing a saddle is a relatively easy and inexpensive fix. Tusq is a pretty good material, however. I've done blind comparisons and it's difficult to choose what's better, what's best. 

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 on: February 21, 2019, 09:34:33 PM 
Started by Deliberate1 - Last post by Mikeymac
I usually take the case out of the box, and let the guitar acclimate in the case for as long as needed (again, depends on the difference in temps from outdoors to indoors).

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