Gear


#321

Wow!
That’s a beautiful Rick.


#322

love it! Arguably the better way to spend the money anyhow…

Speaking of, still eyeing a Huss & Dalton – especially since I live in Virginia now:

https://hussanddalton.com/acoustics/oo-sp/

Would be a nice weekend – go up to Staunton and buy a guitar. Hopefully someday soon


#323

Let me know if you do! I can make recommendations if needed. Be aware that our county right now has the highest case rate in the state, not sure why. Well except for one tiny county down near KY/WV area.


#324

Thanks – will do! And thanks for the warning about the COVID status… It’ll probably be some time before I have the money ready for it anyway. I’m still going back and forth on a Collings as well:

https://www.collingsguitars.com/acoustic-guitars/02h-12fret-t/

Would be interested to hear your suggestions!


#325

Maudie Moore, who worked at Gibson and many more guitars has passed away. She was somewhat of a local legend for her work on engraving and inlays.


#326

Justin Townes Earle Signature Model Guitar

https://www.recordingking.com/rpsjtets


#327

I like the tortoise binding.


#328

#329

Missed this. He’s pretty much addicted.


#330

Haha. Guess I didn’t…


#331

Saw this and thought it was a COVID test for my guitar.


#332

Those strings are definitely infected…


#333

Yeah, just noticed that… not mine for sure.


#334

And then the guitar is sitting on the Declaration of Independence. Weird.


#335

Strings from the era perhaps


#336

They also look the wrong way up…


#337

What is it? File to get the grime off strings?


#338

Here’s a photo of Jerry Garcia playing a guitar that is pretty much exactly like mine. This is “post-lawsuit” when they had to change their headstock. I think mine is that first year with the new headstock and script logo.

I really like that guitar a lot and would never get rid of it.

Just noticed the one in the photo has a bound neck and mine does not. It is a 1984 Takamine EF 360C.


#339

My battered old strat.


#340

Nice.