Craigslist laugh of the day

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fasteddie42, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. Blrfl

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    Yeah, nobody laughed when Ovation did it. :twisted:
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  2. GGardner

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    I literally got the shivers looking at the Craigslist photo.
     
  3. SecretSquirrel

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    I was gonna say this. Fill it up with more knobs and switches...the damage is already done, make the most of it!
     
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  4. Rev Rhythm

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    He just added speed holes, I don't see the problem

     
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    Yeah, a big friggin' knife switch right behind the bridge...vintage yet!
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    Thanks - now I'm feeling a little better about the necks I'm playing . . .
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    Peace - Deeve
     
  8. studio1087

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    I grew up 25 minutes away from Steven's Point WI.

    Damn it.

    This is why we can't have nice things. I'm from Central Wisconsin and we just can't have nice things.

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  9. studio1087

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    Don't pick on Ovation! They're great for shoveling landscaping chips. :twisted:

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    the world is tough for them southpaws... Brother you can sing that!:cool:
     
  11. Dean James

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    Exactly. "Rare custom reversible." Yikes.
     
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    But can it really be switched back????


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    I fixed it :)
     
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    He should just shoot it up for target practice, and say "Bonnie & Clyde once owned it".
     
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    You could try filling the holes and colouring it. A lefty would be grateful.
     
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    Yes, things are tough for us southpaws, but nowhere near as tough as they used to be. There was no need to do that to that poor guitar. It was just minding its own business. The choices for southpaws in ES type Guitars are many, and at all price points.
     
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    This made me think about a car one of my brothers owned in the early-ish seventies. It was a British-made Austin America.....basically a Mini. It had American-style left-hand steering and pedals. We got to looking it over, and found out the firewall had "cut-outs" on the right-hand, passenger side for steering column and gas, clutch and brake pedals.....meaning the body was universal, and the car's destination probably determined which steering linkage (or whatever) got put in the car at the factory. Like this guitar, you can go either way.....
     
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    I think it's only fair that you post something to help us un-see that!
     
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