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Discussion in 'MLP Meets' started by delawaregold, Feb 7, 2010.
And the big dog of the day...
A 1958 Burst!!!!!!
I need that guitar!
Tell Eric that I left a message for him, somebody! PLEASE!!!!
^ Man those are nice pics. I need a new camera! Nice job!
I finally finished uploading pics I took at the show. Go to my profile and check out the album I made for the Spartanburg Guitar show. One of the most fun Saturdays I have had!
Thanks Nuance97, very nice pics!!!
I just saw the photos of Geneal Caldwell....
Bubby has more pics coming we had trouble getting all of them to upload on my laptop inside the building. I wasn't getting a good signal in there.
Really nice job on the Show, Neil.
Kudos' to everyone that helped.
We would all like to hear your thoughts on the Show!
That was the biggest guitar display I ever seen. In the past they held the guitar show in a smaller place. It was packed all day on yesterday. It was slower today. The mlp booth had people all around us all day dealers were coming up to us to see what all the fuss was about.
My favorite guitars I got to touch was a guitar that was owned by Johnny Jenkins. It was a 61 SG that had his name carved into the body that Jimi Hendrix broke over a chair on stage in '69. The other 3 guitars were Les Paul's personal guitars that he would let guest play on stage with him. Some of the people that were pictured playing them were Keith Richards, Billy Gibbons, Paul McCartney and the list went on. Just knowing that I got to hold those guitars was awesome.
There were alot of really nice vintage guitars there it wild to see those guitars still in such good shape. One of the coolest things was a guy that walked up to the MLP booth asking about the forum holding a old gibson case. We asked what he had in it and he opened it up and There was his fathers '58 sunburst les paul. This thing was in mint condition.
Like I said SpaceBubby will be posting more pics of the show soon. All I got to say is Getting to hang out with and meeting forum members was the real fun. If anyone gets a chance to go to a meet you will never forget it. I felt like I was meeting family. With all the members that came.
Oh yeah SpaceBubby worked harder than any of us she was making business cards and signs for the guitars. She deserves the most credit. Thanks Boles and Bubby.
Oh and Boles double neck was the main attraction at the booth. The only one at the show as well. There were some old vintage Gibson double necks with the mandolin neck but not the 6 and 12 string.
Spacebubby was the unofficial secretary, she was wonderful!
Well someone had to be working the booth and get glared at by all the pissed off old men...lazy guitar players.
Much better to be glazed than glared!
I didn't remember to bring a camera for pics, but it was fantastic to get to meet Neil, Brian, Boles, and Bubby!! Even got to hold Boles Beautiful guitars
It was a Great show! I got to see guitars I never had a clue even existed, so it was as educational as it was fun!
A HUGE thanks to Neil, Boles, Brian and especially Bubby for making me feel welcome and sharing their time and friendship with me!
Wish I could make it, but alas to many guitars to list on my site this weekend....
Here are nbeersii(left) and oldaxeman!
Good show, lady and gentlemen!
Check that thread out for stories and pics!!