In Butterscotch Blonde.
The F chord suddenly feels a lot easier, maybe the 9.5 " radius neck rather than the 12.5 " one on the 1970’s LP copy.
Quality. Gift to self after a year of trying, though 2 months out with illness. I did start trying the JustinGuitar module 1 last September.
Fretboard feels so much better.
I tried this one, an Affinity and a thinline.
This one called…
Congrats on the new guitar. We need pictures.
A smaller radius does make barre chords easier and a larger radius makes bending strings easier so you have the best of both worlds.
Where might I host a photo, as I can’t just post here ?
You don’t have the little upload image button in the text box?
Happy NGD Geoff. I hope she brings you many years of happiness.
I just copy and paste from my Google photos and it seems to insert the image without any difficulty.
Aha, I just thought as you can’t post sound files that other files could also not be uploaded…
I do love the look and the vibe of a butterscotch Tele.
Congrats on the new guitar!
I can play Glory Days, struggling a little with Dancing in the dark, with the F to Dm.
Definitely a Springsteen vibe… Wife is a Springsteen fan, we went to see a tribute band recently – Sound of Springsteen. Loved his butterscotch tele. Loving mine.
Lovely guitar and it’s lovely to find one that ‘fits’ you. Happy NGD
It look’s the business mate.
That’s what it’s all about… finding the guitar that calls for you. It means you will enjoy picking it up and playing more.
Wish you lots of fun playing it.
Beautiful guitar, I wish you a lot of time together
Really good looking guitar. Happy NGD.
Geoff I have the thin-line version of this, they are lovely guitars. Enjoy yours for many years.
Yes I liked the 60’s Thin-line I tried, just not as much. I am limited in the number of guitars I can have and just hit that limit…
Yes, another Tele is on my list for the next guitar.