Did Every Company Make A Super Strat In 2021?
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20:45 Did Every Company Make A Super Start In 2021?

Question Index
00:00 Intro
01:20 Giving a Tune Ninja away
Tuninja (Tuner for 6 in line guitars)
9:06 Is stuff on Reverb over priced?
9:08 How I find deals on Reverb?
11:30 Do You like painted headstocks on Fenders?
15:40 The John Mayer Big Dipper pickups. 
19:00 The 2021 PRS guitars
20:45 Did Every Company Make A Super Start In 2021?
26:20 Guitars have souls??
30:43 I play guitar for the emotional feeling 
33:25 Why I make some tools for working on guitars
37:20 Working for the win win in a gear review
40:30   Acoustic amp vs electric amp?
45:59 PRS Discontinued the Custom 22 and I am not shocked
49:50 Guitar companies reading your comments and making guitars
56:45  I had a emotional reaction to the release of the 2021 Dime Razorback
1:00:40 Fender Tone Master thoughts?
1:03:20 What was the most I ever spent on a guitar?
1:10:10 Trading for a Gibson LP when I could not afford it
1:18:30 The Jazz bass is the recording standard
1:20:20 Narrow field pickups?
1:25:40  I should buy a Epiphone, but I want A Dave The Snake Sabo Kramer
1:34:00 We sold out the Behringer pedals on Sweetwater. lol 
1:38:46 Thoughts on Ultra Strat and pickups
1:41:40 What should a professional set up include?
1:49:10 Left your tube amp on all night. So did the company who built it. So you should be ok
1:50:00 Why do players like Les Pauls?

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