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  1. Weird, I am watching this moving just know, while I was browsing and registering for this forum! Ant1-tv
  2. I liked Steinberger like the gm4s with a natural mahogany body. My brother had a white one in the 80s, didn't realize how much of an investement that thing was, and I liked playing it, but couldn't tell my friends I liked it. But if Johnny Winter played a headless guitar I can't consider it out of character. Then there is the telecaster thing, I like the sound it makes, I even like the looks, I just never liked holding one. Everything seems so natural on a strat that other guitars seem like different instruments. I have made partscasters with strat bodies, tele neck and pickups, and although parts were cheap I liked playing it. Then I have another partscaster strat I like to play with a neck p90 on the bridge and to me it sounds like Roy Buchanan's nancy. I never liked Gibson looking guitars at all. But I would like something like Lucille, without the gold, without the square inlays, and maybe without the ugly white binding. Maybe if not black some natural wood color would do. I don't know how that would resemble Lucille at all, but you get the picture. Anything that is not natural would stain finished should be BLACK or bare metal. Off I go now to play with my old red Squire
  3. First post here, so I'll try to be conservative, and it is too bad that Roy Buchanan is not around to answer, but he is an influence, and on his old tele he would pick notes down on top of the bridge pickup. That's probably close to the limit of the human ear. Good to find you, I've only spent time in linux forums and I really miss real people; musicians. Here is Nancy at work https://youtu.be/DDOIL5OqvYs?t=4m52s [video=youtube;DDOIL5OqvYs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDOIL5OqvYs&feature=youtu.be&t=4m52s
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