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I just popped it in the DVD player and watched it. I think I saw it at a Drive-In when it came out.
Two of them. Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser with the headless guitar and Eric Bloom with the SG. Both of them sang most of the radio hits.
Original drummer Albert Bouchard on cowbell. Nice.
Korean headstock, to my eyes.
Wow, that looks amazing!
Yes, but these guys get a pass.
A family member has a Mini with a failing CVT. 8K to replace, I hear. It still limps along. I wouldn't trust domestic product with a CVT. Honda...
Best I’ve had.
Saw him on "Late Night with Bob Costas" or something like that way back. When asked about Jim Morrison, he flipped out. "I HATED THAT GUY" and he...
Saw a lefty Glide Jr in town at a shop for $600. Didn’t know what it was. Looked it up that night, but it was gone the next day. Beautiful...
Ah, the wangcaster. It showed up on many a "Show us your favorite guitar" threads in the early guitar forum days.
That album is awesome. I love Ragged Glory too.
Another vote for "I Saw Her Standing There". I remember spinning that record at a very early age and I would get so amped up on that...
It looks like a nice ground cover to me. Now all you need is a shrubbery.
Thank you. I didn’t keep it around and it found another home. It sounded great and had a nice Musikraft soft v neck.
I bought a swamp ash body blank that was allegedly going to be in the 4 to 4.5 lb range finished. It was actually 5.2 lbs. Rob at USACG didn't...
I have an authentic-looking polyester Captain Kirk shirt. My daughter bought it for me a decade ago, but the damn thing isn't exactly comfortable...
Squier Affinity with a Chinese Ebay neck.
Brian Sours. Soursound in SE Pdx
I didn't know Eddie Angel ( Los Straitjackets) played for Tex Rubinowitz