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I'll say what I want when I want..
Now I do have a bone to pick..
I don't know you, so how can I have a bone to pick?
I personally think throwing money at a simple problem isn't the solution.
If your amp is too...
Yes listen to Wally..
Throw more money at it...
Rolling your guitar volume down does absolutely nothing...
It seems the volume knob on the guitar is not the popular answer..
Maybe because it doesn't cost any money to roll that volume down.
I know this may seem obvious..
But have you tried turning your guitar volume down?
The worlds most valuable guitar?
Because no one could afford the price I'd let it go for..
Love Reverend guitars...
Haven't played a bad one yet.
Only go to GC if you're desperate.. like need rent, food or some other bill you must pay to survive.
This thread is too good to get lost.
Silver sparkle, black binding..
Nothing better than that
I miss the North St. Marys Brew Pub..
Only if it came from Out of the Cellar.
Ever tried a River Pubster?
I just got myself a Rivera Pubster Royal head and a matching 212 cab.
I like Ratt...
But. Not The Rat...
I'll explain why I don't like them.
Growing up as poor as I did, everything I owned was reliced.
I got one I can drag behind my car, I'll sell it anyone for 3 grand..
I like playing amp up/ guitar down..
I have no idea about sonics or filling a room.. I just like the way it sounds with guitar down
I don't get the relic'd thing..
Why buy a guitar that's beat to hell?
It does make sense..
Thanks for that..
That is a question I can't answer, if Fender has a profitable business plan.
That is odd.
The ones near me have more Fenders than any other brand of guitar.
Still makes no sense to me. If your are in debt you are not making a profit and cannot stay in business for too long.
It also seems at 13 dollars a share Fender is not going to be able to pay off it's debts..
Doesn't turn out well when you do either.
A nice article on Fenders IPO.. Talk...