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Discussion in 'MLP Meets' started by delawaregold, Oct 2, 2014.
Yes, I thought that was quite nice. Here's an excerpt from his post:
Mostly AXE spilling a load after he bought that sweet SG.
Well... I wouldn't go quite THAT far...
we're s0mewhat behaved... !n public
Were we at the same show?
I SA!D.... s0meWHAT
Is there any way you can post pics of that 52 LP that was sawn in half?
I should have taken some pics...
That's r!ght V!c.... half a sandw!ch
Pa, I have "softened" my stance. I was going for a HARD R rating, why bother? I now go with PG13, much easier. I'm saving my vitrol for the fraud bands I'm going to destroy in 2015. I have a new band, I'm ready to enflame and enrage. I like MLP I guess that is good? I worry about keeping the "edge."
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Fellas....Already can't wait for the next show....hopefully next show I'll bring some of my guitars for the booth but until then....here is some of what I would have brought (the Tele was bought at the show last week)
See you next time boys...and hopefully I'll get to meet everyone I missed out on...which was many of you!!!
deetz on the Tele Mark
... and a bummer I didn't meet'cha... oh well... next t!me
I feel the same way Dean...really too bad the timing didn't work out. But it was a wonderful memory to bring my oldest kid and spend the day with her. Her favorite part of the trip was stoping at Wendy's before we began our drive home but I know she really enjoyed it and that's all that really matters. You know I enjoyed it
Yeah...so the Tele. I went throught that Garrett Park booth and BOY that was a mistake The guitars there were tremendous....all types of stuff, vintage Tweeds etc...but they did a run of Custom Shop Tele's and the '62 Reissue they had that I got to play was just perfect to me. Super, super light, really excellent light relic job and played like a dream. Lindy Fralin custom wound pickups for the run of guitars that sound fantastic. The guys worked on the price, too so I thought it was a fair deal. Not cheap but its a homerun and worth every cent it will cost me paying off
Boy, I've been a Les Paul guy for my whole playing life 20 plus years....but now I'm a Tele player, too. I'm shocked it took me this long to wake up and appreciate just how awesome these guitars play and sound.
I should have listened to you better Dean when you told me about the Fenders and how much you love them I'm sold now
I saw that you didn't leave empty handed either!!!!! Killer SCORE
I'm glad she had a great t!me .... as we ALL did
Fralins on a Tele
ash / alder ?
sweeeet fiddle and I'd l!ke to paw at !t one day pal
thanks for the compliment on that k!ller '59 Spec!al :
Spec!al books, may render D!fferent coverz
I take it its a lefty strat? I have one a Fender Mexi Std. I love Hendrix and the look of the upside down Strat so I rigged my nut and did some things to it to make it right. First gig it was ready for was New Years Eve Y2K. We play this big room huge stage big light show. The lights are off, we are introduced and bam were off. About a few seconds into the first song my other guitar player is giving me this REALLY pissed off look. He is usually mild mannered I am the hot headed one. So I lean over to say WTF? And he says you are playing everything sharp!! I hadn't taken into consideration no side dots and I was a half step sharp the whole first song! Spent the next two songs bent over the neck staring! I didn't go as far a Dave mentioned. I just took white out and marked the spots, but I am ghetto that way! Congrats!! Brian
It's half of a lefty Strat - right handed body, left handed neck, bridge pup is routed at a reverse slant like a lefty flipped over. So, it's a right handed guitar, just with a few left handed qualities.
I just realized that I took a few pics on my phone that I hadn't posted yet. I'll try to process them over the next few days.
longer as the dayz grew shorter