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  1. Led Zep Fan
  2. AXE
    06-17-2014 05:59 PM - permalink
    Top Men.
  3. tazzboy
    05-27-2014 03:28 PM - permalink
    Happy Birthday.
  4. CodeMonk
    05-16-2014 08:15 AM - permalink
    Only links in it are MSDS and safety, and sources for the various tools I use or have used.
    I'll get on it Friday or Saturday

  5. CodeMonk
    05-16-2014 07:46 AM - permalink
    This is aimed at whoever Moderates the Tonefreak > Pedals section (I have no idea who that is )

    I spend much of my time on MLP in either the Backstage, Tonefreak > Pedals, EPI Brethren section (Which is what originally brought me to MLP).
    Awhile back, on another site, I wrote up a "How to make your own PCB" tutorial.
    You can see it here : UG Community @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com - CodeMonks Buillding your own PCB tutorial
    I also had it on the Gibson/Epiphone forum.
    I was wondering if it would be OK for me to post that tutorial on MLP in the Tonefreak > Pedals section?
    I could always create a thread with a poll to see if there is enough interest in the subject.

    I've been making my own PCB's since around 2007 or so, so I do have a decent amount of experience at it. And been involved in electronics since 1981.

    Thanks for reading my little novel (Kinda wanted to make this private .
  6. dannow
    05-14-2014 01:18 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the many posts on the LP forum. I have a 60th anniversary Les Paul (goldtop with the trapeze bridge). It's just in my nature to mod guitars when I get them, and I love everything about this guitar, except the trapeze. I've recently been thinking about converting it to a '54 with a wrap around... Just wanted to get some advice as to whether is it practical from a technical standpoint. Any advice is appreciated. You can send a note back to
  7. Fracture
    05-10-2014 09:46 AM - permalink
    lt., I sent it to Martin Six Strings, sorry for the confusion.
  8. LtDave32
    04-26-2014 07:45 PM - permalink
    So will mosquito repellant, such as "Off". It will destroy a lacquer finish. You bring an old acoustic to an outdoor trip, around the campfire, etc. Someone with repellant on their forearms picks it up for a tune or two.. Finish is all screwed up. I know this first-hand.
  9. Fracture
    04-26-2014 05:57 PM - permalink
    backwards it did I
  10. Fracture
    04-26-2014 05:57 PM - permalink
    Who would have thought…something that you put in your mouth and is fundamentally safe
    to ingest could do such damage?
    Maybe a sticky on potential 'household' products that could damage guitar finishes.


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