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My SX Furrian that I modded up with new pots, switch, jack, ruby red knobs, and Fender Vintage Telecaster pickups.
I also liked Flowers and Beads
I love Buddy’s Song on that album and I bought it for that song.
In retrospect, the best thing that ever happened to me was that it didn’t last.
Always liked that song.
Yes, he probably is, but it appears his signature lick that he is most famous for, may not be his. This came out in 1946. Also, he probably...
I thought you were talking about this.
I liked Dancing Homer, the Flaming Moe, and the one with Truckasaurus in it.
No. I watched about five minutes of it. They were all too busy trying to be funny and believing that they are hilarious. They aren’t.
I guess we have to take your word for it.
I justified buying a new one years ago by selling my 1998 Danelectro DC and I still regret it to this day. No more are leaving.
Looks like the beginning of a Fender version of the Cadillac Ranch.
On the wall and on a rack. I got them to play and to look at and admire.
I don’t even like that version of no. 1 the best; I prefer the original.
Get an SX Furrian. I like it as well as my Tele’s. Contours don’t show up much in pic but very comfortable to play.
Rolling Stones are almost there. Only two original members. Same with The Who.
Might as well add this one. Scream’in Jay would be proud.
It’s Cold Outside is very close to The Choir’s version. Love that song.
I marked it out with a straight edge and did it freehand with files. Pic is a little distorted; it’s not as far out of center as it looks. I...
I read it a very long time ago and probably remember more from the movie than the book. I did like it. Player Piano was my favorite of his books.
I heard an all female group the other day named with a nod to The Sound of Music, called The Von Tramps.