- Jun 1, 2008
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_mkwB9ayK4]YouTube - ‪British are also NOT stupid - WITH SUBTITLES‬‏[/ame]
This forum absolutely eats sh*te, and so do most of the people on it, it has put me off ever wanting to post anything on here again! If you want objective sensible advice, then I've learned the lesson of either speaking to the Manufacturer themselves or a pro. Most of the posts here are just mere opinions, if not 90% drivel, not overly constructiveare, the old addage here applies, opinions are like arseholes everybody's got one! I'm out of here and I don't care if the administrator cancel's my account!!!
Straight and simple fkn answers will do, based on fact or experience, I'm not asking for pity, a life story or for a dressing down like I was being told off at school! Just simple straight forward, down to earth answers, yes they are defects no they are not they are just path of the course because of x, y, z, as some of you have kindly pointed out and that's all, I thought I was going to get sound information & advice as one would assume this is a forum that does have experts on it, very wrong indeed. Got to go, need to let my hair down and actually play the defect come imperfection ridden instrument, I have had better conversation and sound answers from my 3year old!
Accurate spelling leads to productive Google search results.Hmm, you're right. Stuff like that is impossible to edit together. I could do the same thing with any national group you wish to name, given money, and more importantly, interest.
Also, it pays when you're calling a group "stupid" to ensure that your spelling and construction are accurate.
Such an awful analogy.
Do you know people that relic their cars?
Neither do I...so stop using cars as a comparison.
"New" is an understatement. Nothing wrong with being "new", but come on...I'm new here and all I have to say is, wow ... what a thread!
Well ... just be careful what you may or may not wish for ...
"New" is an understatement. Nothing wrong with being "new", but come on...
Hats knows perfectly well that some people DO, in fact, relic automobiles. What he asked was "do you know anyone...". I don't. Do you?
Besides, you're likely from Phoenix, and your brain is likely fried from heat and, failing that, smoke. Keep that shit down there, wouldja please?
If you say so.
I made a couple of jokes you apparently didn't "get".
I also stated a fact you haven't refuted, asked a question you didn't answer, and issued a challenge you didn't meet.
Phoenix, don't expect sense here or a warm welcome, it is quite appauling how people talk and behave in this forum, including me, who got so fed up resorted to coming back with childish posts from frustration, which isn't really me! Some people do offer constructive comments, but it's rare, most are a waste of your eye muscles and synapses within your optic nerves! If you have a problem with your guitar then give the manufacturer a call, speak to several music shops or even visit an exhibition and talk to some of the tech's! Those that offer no help, clearly need to spend more time practicing and less time writting nonsense on here! QED
Nope! Not a "flaw", just one of the many variances in hand-built guitars (the pickup cavities were hand routed back then). Today, the cavities are done by CNC, and tolerances vary by who sets up the machine that day, so even then, things like this are pretty "normal".Just took a look at "Beauty of the Burst". Some have the fretboard snug against the pickup surround, but most have a gap. Flaw?