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How hard is it to drive a zamboni...?
I think I'm almost at the point where I can restart this build, I'm glad to see @Soul Tramp and others still hanging around this section.
Depends, you could just walk in there with a tool bag and overalls and a cart, not sure anyone would stop you.
I recommend a 6 1/2" cordless circular saw
... and open for business.
Bingo, and their high end stuff is quite nice, for instance I have a CP5 stage piano and it is a remarkably nice instrument.
I have a 10" p10Q in a Pro Jr. that gets plenty loud for home use. Most 10" speakers have a 8-12db lower sensitivity rating than a similar 12"...
That's only $800 not $8000 in revenue.
There are many expenses to running a bar/restaurant other than just the cost of goods.
If you look...
I have a '06 LP custom that I bought used. I would not have paid $4400 + tax for it, ebony is nice though.
I really think they missed the boat on...
I find the poll results very interesting.
2 “send me two”
Pretty optimistic crowd. Guess all is ok at Gibson.
That’s an extra $1k
Actually an electric ukulele
That sounds like fun... are there groupies?
Mine is real ebony, and I like the way it feels and breaks in over time and repeated oiling.
Richlite is fine for inexpensive guitars, but a...
But it can play a perfect I-IV-V due to the TEAC electronics inside the Auto Blues Feature