"Hey, All. I l haven't posted much here, but I lurk here a lot. My main guitar for recording and playing out is a GL570 that I've had for about 4 years. I occasionally think about getting a higher-end guitar, but the 570…"
"Hey you Harmony folks.
I don't normally post here. I don't have a Harmony guitar. But I saw The Mountain Goats play last weekend and front man John Darnielle was playing a really sweet Harmony guitar. I have no idea what…"
"I absolutely agree. I always find an open mic much tougher than a straight gig. You're unsure of the audience, there's usually a lot more time to sit there and stew and get nervous while you wait to play, and there's…"
"Yeah. I could have done a few more applications of the polish to get a higher gloss, but I was very happy with the level of shine it had so I stopped. To me it had a bit of a broken-in "vintage" look and I liked that.
"I installed a strap button and a Schatten HFN active pickup in my G640. I have K&Ks in two other guitars but they really need a preamp (imo) to sound good. I didn't want a UST so I chose the Schatten with is an SBT (but…"
"I put one on my G570. It was very quick and easy.
I'd written to Walden to ask this very question because I didn't want to hit one of the neck bolts and got the information in a very nice e-mail reply directly from Jonathan Lee…"
"That looks pretty awesome - kinda like a Eggshell finish. As far as modifications on the guitars I've done is a pickguard removal on a Taylor I'd once owned, also installed a strap button on pretty much every guitar that passed through my…"
Anyone done any modifications to your guitar? Added some accessory? I have a G570L which I’ve made a bone saddle for and put a K&K mini in. Nice additions, but nothing major. But I’d been reading about folks having good results polishing other satin finished guitars like the Larrivee 03 series or Martin 15’s. It didn’t sound too hard to do, so I thought I’d try it. I figured I could start with part of the back, and stop if it didn’t look good. There are several different methods for…See More
I've been lurking for a little while now and thought I'd just say "hi" and introduce myself. I've had a G570L for 3 years now and I still love it. I bought it as an inexpensive guitar I could use…"