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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by dannyh, May 5, 2019.
Very cool, thanks for sharing!
Sweet!! That was my first bike when I was 6! I learnt how ride on it - my Dad even put training wheels on it for a bit - OMG. It had a tiger striped banana seat with the flat no tread (don't know the proper name) back tyre and had tiger handgrips (the ends had tiger heads on them and handle parts were the tiger body and striped) My Dad got it from a work friend of his. I dug it but initially got teased by the older kids b/c it wasn't a 'normal' bike.
Thanks so much for posting these pics. Tons of fun! You're right: prices aren't exactly low (or even reasonable). But I guess somebody is paying them...
And who cares about Seymour Duncan! I hardly noticed him for the double-bound black Telecaster with a Bigsby right in front of him!
Aw man I missed it. I went last year, was trying to make it a annual thing..
Actually there was 1 booth with a bunch of REALLY clean Peavey amps from the 70's...Forgot to get pics, sorry lol
Does that say $105,000 or is that $10,500?!
$105K... Fairly clean Mary Kay with gold hardware... yep, 105K easy.
When I was a kid we called those tires "slicks", dunno if that's the proper name...
Yeah! That's what we called them... I still can recall the thrill and terror when my Dad who was running along with me pedaling let go of the back of seat for the first time (training wheels off)
Cheers for memories man!
I've been resurrecting an old Teisco Tulip the last few days and fun to see that (likely rare and top end model) Teisco stickered for $3,200.
Flood damaged moldy LP even shows high numbers.
great set of photos, thanks for posting!
I bought a pickup from T V Jones (the man himself), so I was consorting with the enemy anyway lol...
Wow man. What an amazing array of guitars and amps. Thanks so much for taking the time to post all this.
Thanks I sure enjoyed all the cool pics.
Thanks for posting. I've really enjoyed this thread!
Nice guitar and amps, but not for a common folk like me. Where were the $249.00 imports? I am a little tight.
Beautiful pics! thanks
Hey Endless Mike, I remember that guy and his shop (I used to live in Lewisville). He did a setup on my first electric. Last I heard, he went to work for PRS.
Not a strat guy, but I always dug those Leads. Local luthier makes some pretty good copies of them and charges more than a real one in clean shape would go for. That nice $800 tag would have got me in trouble.