So, the wiser, but still financially irresponsible son from Virginia who never visits position is unavailable? On the plus side, I never forget a birthday, anniversary or holiday, and will pick mom's brain for recipe's all the time.Thank you, everyone! I'm stoked!
I mean, since I moved out, they've had empty nest syndrome... You might have a chance... You'd have to live in Florida with two under-medicated Irish people with severe PTSD though!
If you get recipes from my mom, you're only going to learn how to burn the house down!So, the wiser, but still financially irresponsible son from Virginia who never visits position is unavailable? On the plus side, I never forget a birthday, anniversary or holiday, and will pick mom's brain for recipe's all the time.
That's why I picked that model out. I barely play my LP because it's too heavy and thick. I like the thinner, lighter, carved body on my Strat much better, so I figured this would be going another step in that direction.they're very skinny guitars when you're holding them. It's really the type of guitar you probably should try before you buy because they dont' feel at all like other guitars. But good luck with your order.
They're usually broke, but my dad has finally gotten the issues with disability worked out, and workman's comp had to back pay him quite a bit. Since he's now retired and has everything paid off, he's splurging on the kids and grandkids.Some family traditions are worth breaking.
I wonder why, I've had it bookmarked for like a year and a half, I wonder why it's suddenly popular.
They come in blue too, which looks pretty nice.
Anyway I just want an 'S' series, I can always try for a different model in a different color.
I was looking at this new PRS last night, too...it has the coil splitting which I've really come to like in my Les Paul
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really there's like 4 guitars I'm interested in. A Tele, A Strat, The Ibanez 'S' series, sometimes A flying V, and sometimes a PRS.
But the Tele and the Ibanez for sure are on The List.