I purchased my first beer when I was 13; I know, that's a bit early.
I still remember what brand beer it was, how much it cost, and where I purchased it.
I'm 61 now and I still enjoy alcohol but like everything else in life moderation is the key to 95% plus of pretty much everything.
about 1 year ago I told some folks on a different forum that the crypto markets were gonna have a HUGE CRASH; everyone there was like yeah, whatever.
Now those same forum members are all caught with their pants down and their wallets are a big bunch lighter because of greed, IMHO. Oh well...
being originally from Louisiana I like to eat. A lot of folks believe the state sport in Louisiana is football but it is actually eating; football is a close second.
of course if one likes to eat then learning to cook would likely be a good thing to learn.
Eat whacha like, hopefully it's...
Sorry to hear this OP but if you reside in the USA aka the land of opportunity then criminals have over taken the land. Some wear suits, some have fancy degrees, many are attorneys, and most from that demographic that get caught and prosecuted likely do little to no time in prison.
things constantly change within my arsenal and I typically don't plan purchases.
My latest purchase is in transit; most likely sitting in US Customs in Chicago.
It is a hand built/one off replica of a 1958/1963 Gibson Korina Explorer that is appointed pretty much like the example in this...
Every time I go to see a show I always try to keep an open mind and leave any expectations at the door.
Every show will be different even if the artist is the same. I saw Eric Johnson play 14 shows over a 29 month period and believe it or not, Eric is not a robot.
Last time I went to see Jeff...
I like the part where the seller states, "all Brazilian rosewood" in reference to the fingerboard.
So at least we know it doesn't have 'regular' non Brazilian on the spaces between frets 9 and 11, or something like that.
Recently discovered a hand made Korina Explorer that was available and purchased it.
Neck is claimed to be 25mm/1 inch thickness at fret 1.
Should be here in a few days.
gotta love that looooooong neck tenon
The builder had a 1 piece slab of white Limba (Korina) but cut it into two pieces...