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Discussion in 'MLP Meets' started by delawaregold, Jun 13, 2016.
Yeah! Enjoy that Phase 90 as well!!11!!
Warren Haynes' wah pedal:
Looks like I'll be able to join you guys in the Fall!!11!
Lookin' forward to it fellas.
As usual, quite a few pics of individuals, and not one name attached to the photos.
C'mon Yanks, give us the names!!!
Do you have the video of him playing?
[EDIT] Yes! I'll post it soon! ~ Artie
I let another booth borrow my amp at this point, lol.
You may not have been around when he was playing it at the Homestead booth. Not sure.
I second that
Apart from BCRGreg, Victor and Artie, I havn't a clue
Also, Victor and Artie, I think your meets are awesome. I would just love to spend the weekend there with you guys and have the chance to meet so many members. Pitty it is so damn far away. But who knows, maybe someday
I surely do appreciate you asking for all the names,
and I would love to be able to comply. They are all
such lovely people to come out and support us!
But, I'm getting on, and simply can no longer put
names to all the faces. Please, if you see yourself,
post a copy of it with your name, or PM me and I
will be happy to do it.
Thanks for understanding !
Ron Rosenberger Playing Scotts (sws1) 1959 Les Paul Standard.
Too lazy to cut & paste - LOL.
I'm standing next to BCRGreg, in the MLP tee-shirt.
Ed - Steve C. - BCR Greg - Frank (Guitarzandstuff)
Does anyone know the guy who was selling strat and Gibson relic replicas,he had some strats ,I remember a baby blue one,they were price around 1400.And he also had a Fresher strat and he had a white strat/white pickguard for like 330 bucks. I lost his card and I can't recall his name or the company name,He said he strips them down himself and re-does(sp) them with nitro.He also had a nice yellow stained Burny LP Special single cut with a Gibson logo.He seemed like a easy going guy,he said it was like his hobby building relics. Can anybody help me out? thanks guys!
Where was the booth located?
I think he was in between Kentucky Vintage and Mimosa Music.
In the trunk of my car.
Thanks Artie... I was gonna use the "I'm too old" excuse, but since you already did, I figured that I'd just admit that I am a lazy POS