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Robbie Macintosh came and played on one of my recordings. He brought three guitars. One of these, a Black 1990s Jap Strat and the heaviest 1970s telecaster I've ever picked up. He used the Duesenburg for nearly the entire record. After that session, I found one in Manchester England for a very low price. Unwisely I made the mistake of giving it to a friend who later gave me it back to settle a debt. Boy was I glad. One day I set up my gear for my 335. The tone was great but I decided to try the Duze through the same settings. Wow!!! It was instant custard warm creamy delicious fuzz. I usually let guitars go if i don't use them enough but this one will always be with me as you just never know when that Duzemeister custard will be required. Mine is a 2000 model, serial number 656. I hope someday it will be worth a fortune.
...for an Electric guitar that is!!!
I bought my first one in Black... loved it - if I broke a string whilst gigging - had a tough time adjusting to another guitar so I bought a WHITE one!!!
The Vintage White CC is my baby... I love it, love it, LOVE IT!!! So versatile - the single coil neck pick up is lovely and the humbucker in the bridge position is MIGHTY!
The craftsmanship is top notch, a gorgeous piece of craftsmanship in my view.
I have found my electric guitar soul mate!