We looked at some that worked, like the six-saddle bridge, and some that didn’t, like the early plans for a neck without a truss rod, and a super-light vibrato bridge that made the guitar sound like a banjo.
Leo and co were never afraid to test an idea, refine it if it could be made better, or scrap it if they were just not on the right track. After selling the Fender guitar company to CBS in 1985, Leo went on to work as a consultant for Music Man before starting G&L, and the innovations didn’t stop.
Meet the glamorous woman who jets all over the world on travel dates with married men and other total strangers, but insists she is not a gold digger.
Heidy Pandora, 24, who is currently unemployed and describes herself as a “full-time traveler,” has visited more than 20 countries during her three years on dating site Miss Travel.
by 1973 and in January 1974 the final name, Music Man, appeared.
First released as the Fender Precision Bass in 1951, it wasn’t long before this instrument became a core feature of virtually every band since (notwithstanding the occasional White Stripes or Jon Spencer Blues Explosion).Spencer Morrill described to presenters Nev Schulman and Max Joseph how he was under the impression he'd been exchanging emails and texts with her Perry over half a decade going so far as to make an engagement ring for the "Roar" singer which cost him "25 percent of his savings." "You know, like, my heart goes out to [Morrill] actually because anybody that's been fooled like that or just, you know, people have dreams, and people live in different parts of world where not everything is always so accessible...I felt bad for him, and so I didn't really like to indulge in that.And they will not want to pursue anything.” She added: “I don’t pay for anything. “I’ve traveled with different types of guys, but I didn’t have sexual relations with all of them.” Heidy, who says travel dating saved her life, added: “I suffered from depression for two years straight and I got to the point where I didn’t want to live anymore.“So I told myself, ‘If today was my last day, what would I want to do?White had worked with Leo in the very early days of Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company as the plant manager and stayed on after the company was sold to the CBS Corporation, but had grown unhappy with their management. Because of a 10-year non-compete clause in the 1965 contract that sold the Fender companies to CBS, Leo Fender was a silent partner.