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Gordon Lightfoot - Gord's Gold
The Beatles Red and The Beatles Blue albums
Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975
Nice backstory on Fender's relicing. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the pics - really nice.
My Strat or Strat-like instrument.
Love the look of it - sure wish I could afford it.
That really makes me feel old!
Thanks for the link - very interesting article.
I've got to go with Aztec Gold.
Very nice - great job!
Distinctly remember going with some buddies over to one buddy's house to listen to The Eagles "One Of These Nights". I already had "Deperado", but...
Mine are stock, but I wouldn't mind trying a 5-way/series/parallel thing(or something of that ilk).
Great movie - I need to watch it again.
Merckx - simply, the best. Most of his wins were after his back injury/crash in 1969 - simply, amazing.
Phil is the man and, yes, I sure miss Paul. What a great tandem!
I concur. There's nothing wrong with buying an expensive/"classic" guitar - just make sure you like it. If you're like me, and can't afford...
Dave Dudley's S.D.O.T.R. is a classic, for sure.
Big Byrds fan here. Gene Clark, and all the members of the Byrds, just seemed to "fit" together. Great tunesmith.
Looks to be in great shape, still. Nice.
Some really good points/observations, here.
Yes, yes, yes and yes!
Same here - and my Dad(who just passed away in January), has been, and still is, my best male influencer/role model. Great, great father.
Nice. i've never seen that Clapton guitar before. Very cool - kind of a "Miami Vice" vibe to it.
Very nice - congrats!
BrowneFace - great, great info/suggestions. Folks like you, who are wiilingly to help/advise, are one of the reasons I love TDPRI.