Before and After

mgenet

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Yogi, man, YOGI!

Everyone watched Yogi and Booboo when I was a kid.

NOW I understand why I was attracted to the guitar.

It was Yogi. I was ashamed to admit it but now feel
cleansed and joyful. Thanks, Mr V.

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jbash

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Remember when this thread was about a guitar?

Those were the days.
That's OK. I veered off myself.

How much can we really say about something as insignificant as pup rings that are 1/4" higher?

Maybe, the vintage guys can go on for days about how bad they smell and what numbers are on what part of the ring, but these are historically inaccurate, improperly molded, incorrectly hued current Gibson "historic" rings!
 

John Vasco

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I see what you did there...you held that pose long enough that eventually a guitar materialized right in your very hands!
Magnificent!
It's a little known fact that I was selected to trial the prototype air guitar in the mid-1950s. My report was that it hung well on the air strap, stayed in tune superbly, access all the way up the neck was easy, and it was perfect for both chords and soloing. My report received such glowing praise that years later, afficionados of the genre started to hold air guitar competitions. One can have no greater endorsement than that! :dude:
 

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