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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fenderfan, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. tellypicker

    tellypicker Tele-Meister

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    Bundt cake??

    No, MOOSE. I'm looking for my freakin' moose....
     
  2. trag-o-caster

    trag-o-caster R.I.P.

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    Moose? Bad hair day, or what?
     
  3. fontaine

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    I could use a little hair of the Moose about now,please.
    What about now?
     
  4. tellypicker

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    NO NO NO...

    ...it's hare of the DOG, not moose. I don't use moose in my hair because it all fell out.

    Not the moose, my hair. My Hare fell out. I thought we were talking about Telecasters. I like the Les Paul kind.

    Heeeeeerrree Mooooossseeyyyy Mooooossse........

    mmmmm...chok-o-lat mooose...Yooom des feert des feeeerrrrt...you put da chok-o-lat on der moose....de moork moork.....
     
  5. trag-o-caster

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    The Les Paul Telecasters are cool, but I prefer the Stella Telecaster. It's called (of course) the Stellacaster!
     
  6. e-merlin

    e-merlin Doctor of Teleocity

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    Steeeeeeelllllllllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
     
  7. mobstar

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    Real Response

    And when I returned Mary Jo and the car were gone.
     
  8. tellypicker

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    Oh no...

    ...no Mary Jo, no car...what do we have here.....a Murder Mystery???? What happened to Stella?

    When I changed to a real bone nut, all the string buzzing on the B and E strings went away, it's amazing. But the slots have to be tapered downward toward the tuners good. The break point has to be exactly on the leading edge of the nut. Now it intonates perfectly even with the stock 3 piece saddles. Well, within 3 cents, on the B string, which is good enough for me.

    This lucid moment brought to you by a great cup of coffee.

    As you were.
     
  9. trag-o-caster

    trag-o-caster R.I.P.

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    Great cup of coffee?

    Having one myself! :D

    The important thing to remember is when you swing that Tele around full blast, one of two things is bound to happen:

    The neck may break, or...
    The amp will topple over.

    Chances are good that the amp will topple over though, speaking from experience.

    It's most effective when sitting in, backing a ballad singer, and using the house band's Telecaster and amp.
     
  10. tellypicker

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    Moose tracks...

    I think I was at that show.

    Back to the saga---

    When we last saw Chandler, he had just returned to find both the car and Mary Jo missing. Did he think to search the bottom of the river?

    Stay tuned for the next installment of, "Watch Out For The Bridge"
     
  11. Charlie Bernstein

    Charlie Bernstein Poster Extraordinaire

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    hey - wait a second!

    what's this about putting an outboard on my pro junior? evinrude? mercury? how many ponies?

    put the bunny back in the box.
     
  12. tellypicker

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    OH OH...

    ...I know a guy that had an outboard on his twin. H used a deluxe reverb as an outboard then ran it into his twin to overdrive it.

    I have no idea what his take on bunnies was.
     
  13. PraiseCaster

    PraiseCaster Poster Extraordinaire

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    Re: Moose tracks...

    Hey! that is pure and simple plaigerism! That is actually the memoirs of some politician! From the north east I beleive. Suzy Chapstick was her name.

    Oh look, a bunny with a pancake on its head, and a side of gerbil under a waffle! Yum!

    Now, where's my coffee?
     
  14. holndav

    holndav Friend of Leo's

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    be careful

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    did someone say 500 posts???
     
  15. PraiseCaster

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    Re: be careful

    :eek: MONKEY FIZZ?

    Uh, :eek:

    :eek: SALTY CAT!

    :eek:

    Next you'll be tellin me it goes good with chocolate moose! :eek:

    Well, does it?

    Hey, how'd I get over here on page 5?
     
  16. Tim Bowen

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    Absolutely.

    I've been considering doing the locking nut tremolo on my mandolin going for that David Grisman meets Slim Whitman thing what's better Floyd Rose or Kahler thanks in advance.

    I concur digital delays sound sterile & bite pretty much without highendrolloff knobs, thanks.

    French toast is better than pancakes or waffles, Belgian or otherwise just my opinion.

    Most would vote for Farrah but Cheryl Ladd is Charlie's favorite Angel, says my inside source.

    I was zero years old at birth, your mileage may vary.
     
  17. tellypicker

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    Hallelujah...

    ...we finally have a lucid post. Thanks for bringing it all back to ground zero, Tim.

    I absolutely concur about Cheryl Ladd over Farah. Man, that South Dakota look is SO much hotter than the North Dakota look. Anyway, Kahler or Floyd will do the trick on the mando. Just make sure that you have the locking titanium nut, with plenty of nut sauce to keep yourself in tune. Besides, who knows who was driving the car anyway. It could have been Mary Jo, couldn't it? It's all a coverup, like when Gibson bought Fender a couple weeks ago, you don't hear anything about that on the news at all. I listened to the whole convention last night, and not word one about Fender swallowing Gibson whole. And you'd sure think that would have been the place to hear some juicy inside dirt about monopolies and all. To get the juicy dirt out of the inside of the tuner keys, you have to pry the backside off the key. This works best if you use a hammer and screwdriver, just wedge the screwdriver in where the back thing meets the front thing and give it a real good whack with the hammer. Or if you where a mullet, hit it with a mallet. Anyway, the show went all to hell when Tanya Robert and that skinny blonde Shelly Hack, or whatever her name was, signed on. Don't even get me started on the remake though. What the heck is up with Cameron Diaz?? What type of guy thinks SHE'S hot?? She scares the crap out of me. No way would I go for her. Or Martina McBride. Nope, there's murder in them there eyes, I tell you. So roll the high end off, take out the 250k pots and put in some 1 meggers. Then you're right back in where you started from. Add a couple quarts of compression to really squelch what you're trying to do, then lower the strings so the buzzing comes through the amp till you go insane. Now you're ready to party.

    IMHO, YMMV

    Oh, and one last thing, DO NOT POST ANY PHOTOS WIDER THAN 500 PIXELS WIDE!
     
  18. Tim Bowen

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    tellypicker,

    Thanks for clearing that up. What you said makes perfect sense.
     
  19. trag-o-caster

    trag-o-caster R.I.P.

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    Always remember:

    Floyd Rose for mandos.

    Kahler for ukes.
     
  20. Tim Bowen

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    okay cool thanks not to stir up any crap but should I go with the brown gravy or the white gravy sorry thanks



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    which john is cooler mayer or coltrane or wayne or lennon ok






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