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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RevMike, Feb 26, 2013.
My '68 Ford Highboy.
Genesee Beer, DVD's from the public library, batteries from Dollar General, produce from the local farmers and a Flowbee (cutting my own hair for over 20 years has saved me over $3,000. It does an excellent job when you learn how to use it properly.)
Clip on tuners.
$4.00 Apple-copy earbuds for my grandson's Ipod bought on Ebay. Shipped from Shen Zhen China in a week and paid no freight. How in the heck do they do that????
Cheap-but-good extends to my entire Guitar Collection.
I don't spend it if I don't have to.
Tools from Harbor Freight are on my LIKE list.
The SAFEWAY gasoline discount, just filled the take with 20 credits from grocery and pharmacy, that's two bucks off per gallon!
They sell Genesee Beer in Florida???
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Grocery store, sport model, flat black, grey lens, non reflective.
Broadcast radio! I personally love it. We have a good local stations here in Washington DC. One handles old R&B, soul, and zydeco. There's another that takes care of me with bluegrass and classic country. I can get WSM out of Nashville on a clear night. The guys that call the games for the local pro baseball and football teams do a good job too. Periodically I'll flip over to the Top 40 station to see what is going on there. I'm all set. No subscription fee required!
Behringer products in general, have proved over the years, to be the Hyundai of sound equipment. Largely doubted in the beginning....seemingly flimsy, but they work well, and if cared for, can stand the test of time.
many a family has made it through tough times with this stuff
My Agile AL3010-SE Gold.
Though I buy mine at Sheplers for $22, they're still very much cheaper than Levi's.
And tests made in the 90's showed that the broken twill denim in Wrangler jeans was noticeably stronger than either Levi's or Lee.
I like the Snark Clip On Tuner.
Dano Cool Cat pedals
if you like/use pedals at all, and these dont/cant help you sound more glorious - at least a bit ..
Yamaha acoustic guitars. I've bought and sold several of these (new and vintage) in the past few years, and everyone of them was eminently playable and sounded in a range from good to great.
That is inspiring, and I'm not kidding. You are like Confucius.
For my cheap but good, is the Squier Bullet Strat. Nice guitar for a little over $100.00.