Post Number: 214
|Posted on Sunday, January 06, 2008 - 8:24 am: |
On Christmas break I took my Series I to the guitar store where I used to work (Rondinelli Music Audio, Dubuque IA; Hi George!) so I could show it off to George & his staff. Denny, his long time guitar tech, asked, "Do you like the action this high? Let me work on it for a bit".
I played it in church this morning, and it's dang near perfect. It stops a strobe tuner all the way to at least the 14th fret, and the action is super low with no buzzes.
It's almost too perfect. I think I'm having trouble feeling the strings under my right hand. It's so effortless that it seems I'm putting more effort into playing.
Of course, I don't dare change it, it's _perfect_.
Post Number: 824
|Posted on Sunday, January 06, 2008 - 10:06 am: |
"... writing songs of right and wrong and buying penny loafer shoes..."
Dubuque Blues by The Association
George took guitar lessons from my dad back in the late 60s. I'm glad to hear he's doing well.
Congrats on the sweet set-up. I'm still jealous, and waiting for my own Series to appear (concurrently with the means to posess it).