This new Gibson show with Mark Agnesi is a good view. Especially this one.

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  1. teleman1

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    You think Paul sat in the Jacuzzi? THe home reminds me so much seeing high end architecture in the 60's in North Hollywood to Beverly Hills. So, SO CAL.
     
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    I mostly look for videos of folks shaking hands and hugging any more.
     
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    Wow!
     
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    I think a Tele or Strat-shaped pool would be much cooler
     
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    Cat (Agnesi) rubs me the wrong way.
    I did watch it, all the way through.
    Lots of great guitars!
     
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    He's just checking it out to gather information for the upcoming lawsuit over the shape of the pool.
     
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    Yes and Yes. BTW, Mac’s band is soooo good and that dude’s a big part of it.

    Yes ! :lol:
     
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    I haaaaaate how Agnesi keeps saying “Yeah, I guess WE made a short run of this model or WE made a one-off of that model...”

    Fool ! You didn’t make s**t back then ! Neither did the “Gibson”:confused: you currently work for !

    Gibson was in Kalamazoo. All the rest is just foolishness.

    Like Teleman, I wish they would have skipped a couple guitars and done a house tour as well. Mid-Century Palm Springs anything is bonerific to me.
     
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    At the risk of sounding chauvinistic, I've learned that sometimes guys that "look" sleazy....and "talk" sleazy.....ARE sleazy.
     
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    Completely off-topic.....but are you familiar with Atomic Ranch magazine?
     
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    Is that man STILL working for Gibson?

    :rolleyes:

    The “royal we” has no place here, Mr. “Under-Assistant West Coast Promo Man”.
     
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    I’ll see your Palm Springs swimming pool, and raise you this:
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    That was a good watch. Wish he had played some licks on every guitar. Epiphone should do a reissue of that Silver Fox Casino.
     
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    He's there representing Gibson, who's producing the video. I don't think it's at all out of place for Agnesi to say "we" when referring to Gibson.
     
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    Nope but I am now - thanks !

    I pass out every night looking at this site of cool old houses new to the market. All kinds of house but moderns pop up regularly

    https://www.oldhousedreams.com/
     
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    Those who "haaaaate" Agnesi need to just not watch. He can say "we" all he wants becuase he represents Gibson in his role of Gibson TV host and media brand manager.

    Gosh do people carry a chip on their shoulders. Just don't watch if you hate the man that much, so simple. He was forced to do a stupid legal video as his first appearance and it was a mistake by Gibson, not on his part, he was forced to do it. He's already acknowledge in not so many words that he isn't proud of that video and that message. Move on people.
     
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    I tried to locate the house on Googlemaps from the shape of the swimming pool.

    I gave up - there are so many swimming pools in Palm Springs.
     
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    I'd be all over an Epiphone Silver Fox reissue
    Some thug will persevere on google maps to find that place. I hope he has a good security system.
     
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    There are some wonderful old homes there, but, unless I didn't look long enough, no "mid-mods". I think all my life (born in 1951) I've been attracted to mid-century modern architecture.....it was always on TV shows and movies of the period, and I just liked the "life-style" ideals it seemed to fit.
     
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