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Maybe it's just my tired eyes but the neck looks a little warped.
My newest Gibson smells like an old church. It was made in 1939.
+1 (or Geeshie Wiley for that matter!)
I've never owned a .22 but wouldn't mind getting one. My only concern is wether they have enough firepower to take down a zombie. Assuming it...
That actually made me LOL.
Looking good, Gentleman.
I'm thinking about switching the neck on my "Esquired" CVC to a maple one. I'm not sure how that look would suit me. Surely someone here should...
Very, very sorry for your loss.
I kind of like them...
My 1991 Toyota Previa has 304,000 miles on it and is still running strong. All I've ever had to put into is brakes, tires and exhaust. Great...
Um, maybe because he likes the way it sounds? Just an un-educated guess...
as soon as I read the title of the post "Stuck in the Middle with You" popped into my mind, it's hard to listen to ever since that scene. Seems...
I think Buckocaster is right on, if you're worried about the ding now it will probably bug you even more when it's yours. A repair guy who would...
it's hardly new but you should probably listen to Beck-era Yardbirds and also Buddy Holly.
Great way to start my day, thanks Mike Eskimo!
That CV50 looks better than most I've seen. Love the color of the neck!
Here is my 1929 National triolian with a bakelite neck.
I agree with boneyguy.
Excellent post about a beautiful guitar. Nice job, and Happy Birthday!
why not do a rocked up cover of Hank Williams' "Calling You"?
I don't think they'd be offended if you called to ask when it would be ready.
One way or another!
Yes you should.
Ron Kirn's reply was spot on (as usual).