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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kelnet, Mar 5, 2018.
Send me your pick guard and I'll sign it for $100.00; I met Jimi Hendrix in 1971.
I wouldn't know, I don't follow wrestling.
If I remember correctly, there was some suspicion surrounding the inflated pressure of that ball...
Maybe he clarifies that point when he's talking to buyers, but his CL ads don't say pickguards. They say "signed guitar."
Anyway, as lots of folks have pointed out, it's not really that big a deal, I suppose.
I did mention the fake decal. I don't even think it was a Squier. The owner told me what it was, but I don't remember the brand name. I do remember being almost speechless that he was so brazen about it.
Me: Hey, that's a good price for a Telecaster.
Dave: No, that's not actually a Telecaster. I just put the Fender decals on it. That's what people want to see on the headstock.
Me: Oh. Okay, well, thanks for your time. I gotta be going.
i can most def see myself not being able to care less about this..
Oooohhhh. I love this.
You thought of something even less sports-like than curling!
I remember you, and it was me you met, not Jimi.
I was his string-changer that year.
Can't you tell the difference between a short, ugly, untalented Jew and a tall, good-looking, talently blessed African American?
Man, I had this joke all planned out but no one is biting...you guys disappoint me...
So you came back from the dead.... How is Jimi?
Close enough I guess...
That’s why my autograph is so valuable. And I had dinner with Elvis last weekend.
I like when the signature is on the protective plastic on the pickguard.
Only dumbshits buy that crap.
How’s he doing btw? Did you ask when he’s gonna finally get around to releasing his next album?