A beautifully shot video from Pah Night Buzzard in Arizona featuring TG-250 no.068 (a real oldie!). How he controls that Point Classic Tremolo is beyond me!
Another one from Pah. He's livin' the dream! This one also shows a lot of no. 068. I remember every minute I spent building that one. I was kind of amazed that it played at all when I first strung it up.
I'll have to ask him if he still has #157.
As of this moment, this is the only Joe Till Guitars Double Neck Guitar/Bass to have ever existed. Yet, there is a company overseas selling a counterfeit version. Don't be a jerk, get the real thing from me.
Hopefully you can get an idea of how fun this short scale model is to play from this video.
Add some oomph to your recordings with a 28 5/8 inch Baritone.
Great fun, too.
Here's some good, old-fashioned chickin-pickin' featuring TG-521 no. 7 (baritone) bellowing out the first lead, and TG-250 no. 70 taking the second solo and providing the rhythm part. Shorty Joe Bass no. 1 taking the low road, as usual. Never mind the piano and drummer. They don't listen, anyway.
This little orphan has become my favorite studio guitar. It's got a petite bolt-on neck that gives me no grief (my highest compliment of any guitar).
Play along. It goes A - C# - D - D#dim - A - F#m - Bm - E - A then a descending turnaround from A to E.
TG-100 No. 5 (not the one pictured) was my first "pretty" guitar, with a bookmatched curly maple and purpleheart top.
The top was totally flat with no contours. And it weighed a ton - Solid Philippine Mahogany.
I managed to make this one 4 track recording of it before selling it.