A group for those near to London, weather you live near or just feel near spiritually. Even if you've never been to the "Great Metrolops" but feel some sort of emotional connection. Hope it helps people down south to co-ordinate a bit.
"Ah, BabaJack. Great band in Worcestershire and they are both really really nice. I would love it if you could follow this link (http://dft.ba/-BabaJack-RunningMan). They have been nominated for British Blues Awards and Becky Tate,…"
"Having a magnetic pup in different places will affect the tone and, to a lesser extent, the volume. If a pup is near the bridge, the sound coming out will have more of a twang to it and will be a little quieter. If it is up by the neck,…"
"That's them. I hadn't realised that they put all of it online. After reading the page, I sent them an email, suggesting that CBGs might be a good article in one of their or their sister magazines. I put a link to CBN at…"
"Are any of you readers of guitar magazines? In the "Gear of the Year" edition of Guitarist magazine, there was a small section devoted to "accessories". One of the "accessories" was a stomper, to which an…"
"Hi, I have made a wood stomp box which I run through my bass amp, although it has a really annoying buzz to it. Th only solution to the buzz is to wrap foil around the box with the same sheet also touching the output. Anyone know how I…"
"Totaly agree, the kits are brilliant and they sound great, shame they don't have the same looks as some of the others but for under £20, can you really complain? If you look on my page I customised the one we made, as have some…"
"Sorry, I forgot to add the link earlier and it is impossible now because I am on my phone. If you search on YouTube for 'Dave Mustaine's ten most prized possessions' you will find it. It appears to to be a six stringer, but it is not…"
hell yeah! play some metal. i built my cbgs cause i wanted to play some blues, but i quickly got bored with that and ended up doing what i always do. Rock the hell out of my guitars! if i can do it anyone can.
I could understand your "fret rant" if the discussion were about politics or your grandmother's sexual improprieties, but the discussion is about frets on a fretted instrument.
What makes it doubly disconcerting is that YOU recently asked "how did you make the neck look as it does with the sandwiched bits in the middle?" in regards to a laminated neck. I've been doing laminates for years. Should I be offended by your question? No, because I had to ask once myself. Why is your question justified, but a discussion involving the actual mechanics of an instrument invalid?
I mean this constructively. I'm not trying call you out. There is plenty of room here for all discussions, from the (near childlike) basics to "Using an inside micrometer to attain sound hole diameters within .003mm tolerance for optimum Masonite resonance"