Dang gas. Maybe it's time for a Luke, but which one?
I joke that getting a silo as my first guitar 25 years ago was both a blessing and a curse. I can’t think of many better ways to start out, but it took a seemingly endless amount of flipping a bunch of different brands to figure out:
a) ebmm necks are part of my DNA as a player. They feel like home.
And b) my limitations/suckage are not due to lack of gear. I should practice more.
So, this last year I sold off 6 of 12 guitars, and am down a hss silo special piezo, a hsh silo w trem, hsh hardtail silo, 2 prs, and a LP I keep for sentimental reasons.
Maybe time for something different?
I played a bfr Liii in the tumescent finish today. Nice guitar, killer player, but not the usual neck finish I’m used to.
Suggestions for a dyed in the wool silo player? What other models should I be keeping an eye out for? I tend to stay away from super thin/flat necks and prefer bodies with contours (that’s not a total deal-breaker though).
Maybe the answer is “buy mor silhouettes.”
Thanks for reading.