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I was hoping someone on this forum would remember the guitar and would have info. I guess not! It was worth a shot :)
I seem to recall the use who purchased this guitar from me used to reside and own a B&B or a hotel in Key West. Does that ring a bell? :)
Yeah, it's never fun losing a guitar in a divorce, but at some point you gotta let things go and look forward. I try to look at it as, man I was...
That one - a David Thomas McNaught single cut - is long gone as well. Lost it in a divorce. But I still have a few sweet guitars, so I'm not...
There were a lot of them like the one in this video. Mine was one of two with the flames going in the other direction :)
It sure is :)
I sold it to a member here years ago. In a moment of lust for another guitar. I have indeed regretted it ever since.
Neither is a Fender... Crook on the top, RS Guitarworks on the bottom, my 1A and 1B guitars :)
"I can see it, but I can't hear it" is the perfect way to look at it. Enjoy the heck out of that rock'n'roll machine!
I dig the finish. What's that bridge?
Warmth goldtop, single-bound body
Porter P-90 in a Tele format pickups
Fender MIM neck
I played songs and my girl friend sang with me. Which is great because it warmed up my heart. I lost my grandpa and father in the military. Today...
Ha ha, great story. Enjoy it!
Fantastic deal, good for you! The bridge pickup alone is worth more than what you paid.
well, life is funny. After posting in this thread a few days ago, I sold my Firebird yesterday. Timing is everything, as they say.
Could not agree more!
Those are such good guitars. Enjoy!
You may also want to consider the Epi Joe Bonamassa Firebird I, a great value and a fine guitar... excuse the clams:
The grain on the fretboard is out of this world.
If you gotta ask... ;)
Paid my rent only using gigging earnings last month. Felt good.
I've been testing an ACS-SA Slim w/ a GR-20 for a week. Made a bunch of videos - an interesting combo. I like the guitar, the jury is still out...