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When I read the thread title, Todd was the first thing that popped into my head. :-)
Weather Report Suite
Box Of Rain
Eyes Of The World
To Lay Me Down
Too many to list but these...
Just traded a 2004 Hyundai Sonata with 245K.
I'm in the not really that good club, but also in the have more fun than I should be allowed club. The second one is a blast!
i use cubes of steak in my Texas Red but not prime rib.
Plenty to choose from WELL out of my financial reach. ;)
Typically I do. I did not in the batch pictured. I cooked them with all other ingredients and after a few hours, put everything through a food...
Brothers garden is crankin' Fresh Roma's and garlic really shine in this sauce!
Doesnt really bother me. It was a bit of a challenge when I got the first one but could do it with my eyes closed at this point.
Local classic rock station (comedy morning show only I hate classic rock) and NPR but listen to music from my phone 95% of the time.
So, the Radian (Aion clone) has an option that allows you to switch capacitors in the circuit to boost treble, mid-range, or full range of...
Love a Porter. Especially the newer coffee related ones.
Aion clone of Dallas Rangemaster treble boost. Always on.
Dyna's, hands down.
Sunday evening made a roast garlic and herb pork loin and a cherry honey lime reduction to accompany.
Before. Ibanez AS83, w/OHSC. Owner didnt mention that it had an intermittent problem with the bridge pickup cutting out. Initially...
Goethe and Marcus Aurelius
Yes, have one on all my electrics now. Secret to stable tuning with a bigsby is a well cut nut.
Last one, promise. Project is now complete with the TruArc SerpenTune bridge.
If sheet goods are the problem you're trying to solve, have you considered a track saw? Though not cheap, less than a standard table saw.
Uh, because you couldn't find one of these?
Neighbors - The Rolling Stones
Curious as to why you left the AS-83 out of the discussion?
The whole line is above average value in my opinion. I had a AM-53 but didn't get on...