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Dilemma

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Jammer boy needs a couple links taken out of his Rolex bracelet me thinks.
 

Left Paw

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Sounds great, and killer chops. Nice phrasing with good touch and a real feel !!
 

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dood has some pretty dang good choppies. and that rig sounds fanfreakintastic.
he definitely does it some justice.
 

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Extra points for the Synchronicity artwork on the wall and using John Marlow's (Formerly known as "Banker" here on the MLPF) 18 watt clone. A+
 

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lol my cheap-ass-15yr old 'Pulsar' is doing the job just fine. ;)


...truth be told I'm probably more jealous of the contacts he has to have the chance to play a '59 :)
 

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Very nice sound coming from that rig......but when you play that well you can make a lot of stuff sound good.
 

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Since when has Roger Daltrey been known as a "guitar player"? :io:
Nice tonze bro!!!
 

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Over a relatively short period of time (five years?), I played 30 (give or take one) separate burst serial numbers. Here in LA, there are quite a few (between collectors, vintage dealers, guitar shows and the like) and it's relatively easy to do this. A pair of them were at Rumble Seat Music when I was in Ithaca, and I nearly traded a car for one (still my favorite and largely unplayed).
 

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My Cockney is a little rusty. Translation please.

Seriously, nice axe … and nice sound.
 

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How in the world do people wear the area between the pickups and under the strings? I can't think of a way to naturally touch that spot while playing. It's gotta be a good 1/2" below the strings!
 

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How in the world do people wear the area between the pickups and under the strings? I can't think of a way to naturally touch that spot while playing. It's gotta be a good 1/2" below the strings!

I was told it was due to fingerpicking, but that still doesn't make sense to me.
 

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