Mine's a 77. It's even taken a bit of damage around the sides, but it's solid as a rock.
Here's an idea: Look for a deal on an old D-25.
The spring is a big part of the problem, as is the wobbly arm. The stock springs are too short and too stiff.
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Imported, "Licensed" Bigsbys are made of cheaper metal and use cheaper parts. They're not as solid or smooth as real American-made ones.
I'm so on the fence about mine. I got it several years ago - a "Limited Edition" which came with a Bigsby. But it is, of course, an...
It's sad, yes. But I know I personally haven't picked up an issue in 40 years, and they can't keep losing money forever just so that I have the...
Have you thought about putting flatwounds on it to go Full Beatles?
Hey, some dude just shelled out almost $4 million for a partscaster... :LOL:
As with all Eastwoods, it'll be an average guitar that looks like something from the past.
Honestly, I can't stop yakking about the Vox Mini Superbeetle. I haven't maintained an erection for an amp this long in decades.
I was looking at the $45. Was that fake?
If nothing else, the "Handmade" thing was hilarious.
Some of those estimated prices seemed so low - in the $1000-$2000 range. Just being owned by Gilmour is going to make everything go for a lot.
Oh, and it's "Handmade!" (y)
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