First headless guitar and some other new gear.

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  1. MoshJosh

    MoshJosh SS.org Regular

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    Probably not what most people think when it comes to headless guitars but hey. . .

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    My current work situation is an on-call sort of thing, but I am in the office in between calls, some nights it’s crazy, but some nights I have some downtime. Was thinking it would be nice to have some thing I could bring to work and practice with. I think this will do the job, also it’s just super small and fun to tote around the house.

    Also picked up this:

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    I had one of these once before, and really liked it, and I still really like it. I don’t really need all the gain it offers, but it sounds good and let’s me practice at low volumes.
     
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  2. MaxOfMetal

    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    I had one of those Travelers for awhile, it was pretty rough when I got it, but after a little work it was a fun little guit.

    Really sold me on the Traveler concept.

    Those RG13s are fun as Hell too.

    Congrats!
     
  3. sylcfh

    sylcfh SS.org Regular

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    Thumbs up for anything Randall.
     

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