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  1. I've heard a lot of people say that. All of them were right handed.
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  2. The Rotta T is coming along nicely….. I grain filled the headstock and fretboard black so I’m going to do the back and the rest of the neck after I’ve shaped it…..
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  3. There are more guitarists than bassists around, so there will be more lefty guitarists than lefty bassists, therefore a lefty forum should be viable.
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  4. Rough draft - it sounds very cool to me.
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  5. I think you'll be OK, at least until it breaks. Some of the cheaper Marshall amps with PCB based builds can be not worth worth the expense of repairing. Buy whatever cable you like but get one with neutrik or solderless jacks as they tend to break less often. Don't get sucked into the gold plating and oxygen free voodoo. The electrons don't care.
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  6. Hi everyone, selling my Fender Limited Edition '72 Telecaster Custom with Bigsby in natural finish. This was purchased around 18 months ago and has never left my bedroom. I can't find a single scratch/ding/mark on it, it really looks and plays in as new condition! I'm not hugely keen on letting it go but it's surplus to requirements now so is barely getting played. Also included in sale is a Gator hard case, bit scuffed on the outside but otherwise in good condition. Collection preferred though I may be willing to ship at buyer's expense, please just ask. Thanks for looking, full guitar specs below! Body & Bridge Body: Ash Shape: Telecaster Bridge: Bigsby Construction: Bolt-On Finish: Natural Neck & Fingerboard Neck: Maple Profile: ''C'' Shape Scale Length: 25.5 Fingerboard: Maple Radius: 7.25'' Frets: 21 Vintage Style Inlays: Black Dots Nut: Synthetic Bone Nut Width: 1.650'' Electronics & Hardware Bridge Pickup: Classic Series Single-Coil Tele Neck Pickup: Fender ''Wide Range'' Humbucker Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone Switching: 3-Position Toggle Position 1: Bridge Pickup Position 2: Bridge & Neck Pickups Position 3: Neck Pickup Tuning Machines: Fender Vintage ‘’F’’ Stamped Control Knobs: Skirted Amp Knobs Pickguard: 3-Ply Black Neck Plate: 3-Bolt ‘’F’’ Stamped w/Micro-Tilt Truss Rod: Bullet Style Hardware: Chrome
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  7. I saw it advertised in a Christmas sale for Academy Of Sound (shows how long ago that was) and for what it was priced at I thought; piezo + mag must be worth a try. Loved it as soon as it came out of the box! Light, ergonomic, cracking HSS + piezo sounds, not a lot to dislike.
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  8. Or you could just deal with your disability and integrate into this one? .......
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