mmguitarbar:

Our friend Stephen brought his guitar—that he made!—for some fretwork and a bone nut. That pine body doesn’t have a ton of mids but it does have syrupy high end aplenty. So much fun! #guitar #handmade #seattle #custom #pine  (at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar)

mmguitarbar:

Our friend Stephen brought his guitar—that he made!—for some fretwork and a bone nut. That pine body doesn’t have a ton of mids but it does have syrupy high end aplenty. So much fun! #guitar #handmade #seattle #custom #pine (at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar)

Here’s a cool shot of @matthewjordanspence DIY pedalboard made from plexi glass. This goes to show that you don’t need much to put together an efficient pedalboard. #crossedwires 


Share your gear with us by tagging your photo with #crossedwires and we will post it on our feed, and maybe even talk about your gear on the podcast.

Here’s a cool shot of @matthewjordanspence DIY pedalboard made from plexi glass. This goes to show that you don’t need much to put together an efficient pedalboard. #crossedwires


Share your gear with us by tagging your photo with #crossedwires and we will post it on our feed, and maybe even talk about your gear on the podcast.

mmguitarbar:

This LOVELY 1966 Fender Jazzmaster with a prototype Roger Rossmeisl Rossmeisl, famous for his work designing instruments for Rickenbacker, (also a mentor to Semie Moseley of Mosrite guitars) moved to Fender in ‘62 and designed some of our favorite instruments, including the line of Fender acoustics from that era and the Coronado.
This very special instrument features a headstock design that shares its outline with that of the Coronado, but also has a carved portion that shows off the body color as well. The raised bit recalls images of the Parker Fly, strangely enough.
This guitar was originally Lake Placid Blue, but was refinished in Burgundy Mist for the Fender employee that acquired it in the 1980s. Also notable is that this one belonged to Freddie Tavares, who was partially responsible for the Stratocaster along with Bill Carson and Leo Fender.
This was recently featured as one of Fretboard Journal's Catch of the Day series, and is for sale on eBay for $19,999. 
Dat. Headstock. Dayum.
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mmguitarbar:

This LOVELY 1966 Fender Jazzmaster with a prototype Roger Rossmeisl Rossmeisl, famous for his work designing instruments for Rickenbacker, (also a mentor to Semie Moseley of Mosrite guitars) moved to Fender in ‘62 and designed some of our favorite instruments, including the line of Fender acoustics from that era and the Coronado.
This very special instrument features a headstock design that shares its outline with that of the Coronado, but also has a carved portion that shows off the body color as well. The raised bit recalls images of the Parker Fly, strangely enough.
This guitar was originally Lake Placid Blue, but was refinished in Burgundy Mist for the Fender employee that acquired it in the 1980s. Also notable is that this one belonged to Freddie Tavares, who was partially responsible for the Stratocaster along with Bill Carson and Leo Fender.
This was recently featured as one of Fretboard Journal's Catch of the Day series, and is for sale on eBay for $19,999. 
Dat. Headstock. Dayum.
ZoomInfo
mmguitarbar:

This LOVELY 1966 Fender Jazzmaster with a prototype Roger Rossmeisl Rossmeisl, famous for his work designing instruments for Rickenbacker, (also a mentor to Semie Moseley of Mosrite guitars) moved to Fender in ‘62 and designed some of our favorite instruments, including the line of Fender acoustics from that era and the Coronado.
This very special instrument features a headstock design that shares its outline with that of the Coronado, but also has a carved portion that shows off the body color as well. The raised bit recalls images of the Parker Fly, strangely enough.
This guitar was originally Lake Placid Blue, but was refinished in Burgundy Mist for the Fender employee that acquired it in the 1980s. Also notable is that this one belonged to Freddie Tavares, who was partially responsible for the Stratocaster along with Bill Carson and Leo Fender.
This was recently featured as one of Fretboard Journal's Catch of the Day series, and is for sale on eBay for $19,999. 
Dat. Headstock. Dayum.
ZoomInfo

mmguitarbar:

This LOVELY 1966 Fender Jazzmaster with a prototype Roger Rossmeisl Rossmeisl, famous for his work designing instruments for Rickenbacker, (also a mentor to Semie Moseley of Mosrite guitars) moved to Fender in ‘62 and designed some of our favorite instruments, including the line of Fender acoustics from that era and the Coronado.

This very special instrument features a headstock design that shares its outline with that of the Coronado, but also has a carved portion that shows off the body color as well. The raised bit recalls images of the Parker Fly, strangely enough.

This guitar was originally Lake Placid Blue, but was refinished in Burgundy Mist for the Fender employee that acquired it in the 1980s. Also notable is that this one belonged to Freddie Tavares, who was partially responsible for the Stratocaster along with Bill Carson and Leo Fender.

This was recently featured as one of Fretboard Journal's Catch of the Day series, and is for sale on eBay for $19,999.

Dat. Headstock. Dayum.

Cold JoysComp

jnewton13:

Listen/purchase: Flood by Cold Joys

something i played guitar / sang on. recorded in 2007.

RIYL: my bloody valentine, swervedriver, delay, tremolo

DL it for free.

This is rad. Anything with the above mentioned influences I am 100% on board with. 

Go follow my good buddy @jrcustomguitars Chris just made two great teles that I will be posting a demo video of shortly. Snuka approves this message. #crossedwires

Go follow my good buddy @jrcustomguitars Chris just made two great teles that I will be posting a demo video of shortly. Snuka approves this message. #crossedwires