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Discussion in 'MLP Meets' started by Big John, Feb 18, 2016.
Cool....I'll be going for sure!
Thanks for the heads up!
I just got off the phone with Bruce, the show's organizer. I was thinking about getting a table for me and a few buddies. $250 for both days?!? Sheesh, it's fricking Tacoma, it's not Vegas. No table for this kid.
I hear you brother... I've shared a table with a couple buddies at the last 3 shows. Not this year!
Thanks for the reminder John, I might go to this.
Anyone know if I would be able to take a 7 string pickup to this event and be able to find someone that could do a mag swap?
Maybe you can talk Wolfetone into meeting you there in the parking lot. Have him bring his Porsche and do some parking lot donuts. I know Lollar will have a booth there, but I don't know if they'll do a mag swap at the show. There might be a few independent parts guys there, but Bruce's table price's for this show could keep them away.
I'll probably bring it along anyway. It take 5 minutes to heat up the iron and 30 seconds to unsolder a pickup.
I still plan to go. Anyone else?
I was going to go but life clamped me down. I got hit with a huge honey-do list for the weekend, as well as having to do a last minute co-host gig for a blues jam in Olympia Sunday night. There will no doubt be some NW MLPers there. Let us know if there was anything cool. Rick from Guitar Maniacs/Tacoma and Jay from Emerald City Guitars/Seattle always have great eye candy on display. If Ken Warmoth has a booth, I'll be pissed. He's been known to wheel & deal if you bring the green to lessen the load back to the shop.
Too bad John. I'll be sure to let you know about all the cool stuff you missed out on.
I picked up a 1986 collector series Ovation with a repaired crack for $200. Brandonwounds had a table so I spent a few minutes there talking pickups and magnets. Got some good pointers. Lots of cool stuff at the show but nothing else I was interested in. Anyone else walk out with anything?
I went, but I have one thing to say to most of the vendors there...
If you price your stuff at retail at a guitar show, you will surely be dragging the same crap home with you that you brought to the show.