I keep them for a while, until recycling for paper comes around. I don't have room to store boxes. I did keep all the boxes my pedals came in (if it had a box) and those are all stored in one big box. Actually, that box is full so I have a few small pedal boxes hanging about.
If I baked, I'd likely weigh 400 pounds.Ah, jeeze-o pete; cake from scratch make ya' fall down and act crazy.
Really only takes a few extra minutes.
Taste and texture?
Box cakes 'suck', as the young folks say.
I got a lemon curd cake recipe that calls for 10 eggs.
The seem so simple - I'm sure they are to many. It is getting my hand to form them, then the 'calculation' as to what the normal position is.Chord inversions easy to see on a piano.... and they sound SWEEEEET.
XTC songs hard to learn.... many inversions.
Good decals are not cheap as I found out last year. Never had any made.Woes, woes...
Trouble and confusion.
I'm having decal logo troubles.
It seems that decals printed up on transparent decal paper, the colors do not show up on dark backgrounds. -At all.
No wonder Gibson used gold metallic paint on their "budget" logo of gold paint "Gibson" , such as found on goldtops.
Yes, it was silk-screened off and on, but sometimes it was a decal. I have seen evidence of this.
At any rate, since I do not possess a metallic-ink printer, I have to send out for the work.
I have had George Charles do me decals before, and they were outstanding in every way. Even on black.
If you are so inclined, put one one the back of the Tele headstock. Would give me a half idea of what it might have looked like had I added one.I tried putting him on my Tele, but.... he kinda disappeared on the dark grey.
Showed up OK on toolbox.
What does the logo look like up close? I know you had green in the cactus ... I do not recall the gold.My man George does superb work. Flawless. Beautiful. But they are $20 a pop.