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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Jakedog, Dec 2, 2020.
Which sound hole mics up the best?
A few well placed stickers, and problem solved.
You could tell she still really loves that guy. Look at how specific each hammer shot was, she missed the bridge all together and never touched the neck. She still has a thing for him.
Now my wife on the other hand would have taken the hammer to me more than likely than any of my guitars!
"NO LOW BALL OFFERS." That's a little rich! What does "Listing Suspended" mean? I was considering making an offer!
Martin Steve Earle M-21's are fetching ~$2500-$2900.... This one is over priced by quite a bit and his luthier BLEW it by tacking on another probably $300-$500 for stupid repairs when a new top could have been added.....
Would have been a great project guitar for an aspiring luthier for ~$700.....
"LOW BALL PEEN OFFERS" ???
My future sister-in-law, whom I had spent time with previously, in the presence of my then future wife (we're still together 48 years later) threw a coffee mug at me, chipping a piece out of the rosette of my 1922 Martin 000-16. Fortunately, it glued back in pretty well. I traded the guitar away when it needed a neck reset.
It's a lot easier to just not have a wife.
"NO LOWBALL OFFERS"
I truly think it's jealousy. Women love attention and can't stand anyone or anything that gets between them and the one they give most of their attention to.
"Fair." You keep using that word. I do no think it means what you think it means.
I was in a short lived band many years ago with guy that had a disembodied Martin neck that he was going to make into a jazz guitar. It was the same old back story, wife got mad, smacked him in the back with the Martin guitar while using it like a baseball bat, the body exploded leaving only the neck! Wonder if he ever finished making that jazz guitar with a Martin neck?
That's a whole lot of hooey right there.
"This guitar needs no work and is not being sold as a guitar needing repairs."
About 30 years ago someone was selling their son’s fairly recent Martin OM-45 for $1,000. I went over to their house to buy it. Then they mentioned their son’s wife had snapped the headstock off. But the son had “glued it back on good as new.”
Poor son. But no thanks.
Would never happen to me. She doesn't even want to hold my guitars or mandolin when I hand them to her. She's afraid of dropping them, she knows messing with my toys is not a good thing.
I knew coin picks were a bad idea.