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About More Cowbell

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Oh come on now...I'd play anything for her, In fact...I'm playing with something right now.
  2. Ambassador nietz: "what has the offender to say for himself" cobain: "I love teh jag-stang" Ambassador nietz: "kiss thy royal jag-stang and be gone."
  3. Your going to hate hearing this, but its not your guitar as much as it is your amp settings. You should really do some google searches for the "sound" your looking for. If you want smashing pumpkins sound, do a search for it. I play a JB in a Jag-Stang, and I can play Pantera/Metallica to Country, but I also have a Marshall AVT150H head and Cab, and A Fender Deville 2x12 Hotrod combo at my diposal to achieve the sounds I want. It takes alot of fiddling to get the right tone. I suggest taking sound breaks or (rest your ears) for a hour, then go a listen to the amp again, you'll be suprised
  4. Aug...do you have the template for your 64 stang? If so, I want one.
  5. So why is that hard? I have no problems at all...I can palm mute every single place thats playable.
  6. I palm mute by resting my palm against the strings just in front of the bridge. I don't understand what you mean by palm muting on the 12th fret? I can palm mute all of the frets.
  7. Dakota red back then was sprayed either thin/1 coat or a 2 coats/thick or with primer or without and no primer will tend to be darker, I read that whole ramble somewhere online. Fender back in the day was really cheap on paint, they used the bare minimum, and paint fades in time or darkens, depends on how it lived life. I also read somewhere that different factory's mixed the color diff or something like that so there were some darker and some lighter, etc.
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