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Discussion in 'MLP Meets' started by delawaregold, May 17, 2014.
You are my new hero!
And you know why...
Thanks to Victor, Giana, Alex, Bonnie and Gary (Bee3 Vintage Guitars),
CJ, Matt, Kim, Lou, Bill, Eric, Ray, Lee, Brians Evil Twin, Steve C, Joe Mass,
(I know Im leaving someone out) and everyone who supported us by
coming to the show, and following along on the MLP Forum.
Summer Shows are always difficult to pull off. Vacations, Weekends at the Beach,
Graduations, there are so many distractions and obligations. We really do
appreciate your support, and the support you show to our Sponsors and Vendors.
My sentiments exactly! Artie and CJ deserve the biggest thanks, as well as all of the members that brought guitars to display at the MLP booth. We had more guitars than we had room to display, we were jam packed!
And a HUGE thanks to the MLP Vendors and Sponsors who actually PAID for space at the show to sell their products, which actually allows the show to survive year after year, no matter how light or heavy the crowd is.
A thanks to Alex, who allows us to have a booth under the MLP banner, and....
All the members that came out, despite the long drive, to come and hang and have a great time, is the reason we're allowed a spot at the show every Fall
Quite simply, we have the best members here!
A HUGE THANK YOU to all of you for making this happen twice a year! Although I love to buy things there and look at cool vintage gear that I cant afford, The main reason I go is to see the great friends I have met over the years from attending. Some people like Larry Meiners whom I have known for about 15 years. I only get to see him at the show because he lives in Chicago. I get to hang out with Matt even though we live 10 minutes from each other work and family prohibits us from hanging out (ok drinking) a lot together. It is always great to see CJ and Artie every time. And I hope to play with Vic some more outside of the show, especially since he acquired that Firebird (which he doesn't deserve!). My only regret when I attend is that I was born good looking instead of rich!! Thank you all for another fantastic time! Brian
I so wanted this!
I wanted that one. Bad.
I'm a handsome,handsome, man.
I'm no expert on these matters, but it may be the guitar...
Congrats again, and thanks for letting me play it!
Please, please don't touch those frets!!!
I'm already 90% used to them.
For as much time as I'm sure you've been playing it, I had no doubts!
Bear, you were missed!
But there's always the Fall show....
I can't believe I only went to one of these while living in the Philly burbs for many years. Now that I've gone LP bananas (partly due to this place ) and would get much more out of it, I'm 900 miles away.
Maybe a road trip sometime.
Glad everyone had a great time!
Hey LZ fan. I was the guy in the blue hat that got to try out your lemon R9 on Saturday (also in the background of the MSC picture playing Matt's R4). The mods you made with the Electric City pickups and the MartinSixString wiring harness sounded great! Just briefly playing those guitars has really changed my whole outlook on upgrading the wiring harnesses in my LPs. I will be doing some mods of my own in the near future and I have you and Matt to thank for that.
I didn't catch everyone's name, but it was cool chatting with those who were at the booth and seeing the LPs on display. There was also some sweet vintage gear around the show. I will attending again!
Glad to put a face to the name! It was good to meet you as well.
You can't go wrong with those mods... The smooth roll off, the out of phase sound... It's golden!
Definitely! The out of phase was way better sounding than other guitars I have played with it. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you said the Royal Tributes have a little more heat in comparison to the RD59s in your other guitar right? Did you go with 4 conductor to work with the push/pull?