tatittle wrote:The hypothetical question for a lazy boy like me who cannot concieve owning one is: Do you have it modified to accept the quintessential middle pickup? Hacking up 1 of 10 of these historic guitars is a pretty cavalier move...I don't think I could do it, Im sure it sounds terrific as is.
No, you have it thoroughly inspected and cloned with a 3rd middle pickup in your new line of them!
James-T wrote:Makes me realize why I like "player" guitars versus collector's guitars. Is that 32k worth of better tone? Probably not. Is a 57 Strat a better instrument than a 57 Strat AVRI? Probably not. But you get to brag to all your hedge fund manager buddies at cocktail parties for the bank.
That Guitar Aficionado article talks about the hedge fund managers kneeling down and kissing Jerry's guitars at the auction like they are communing with God.
tatittle wrote:I just saw the 1st Rickenbacker, circa 1930's, and 1 of the first electric guitars anywhere, was cast aluminum!
It was called the "frying pan" because of the metal. It was actually more like a Hawaiian lap steel thing...but electric 6 string nonetheless.
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