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    Open back or closed tuners? Might be...

    Open back or closed tuners? Might be cheaper/lighter to replace with gold Sta-Tites.
  2. Thread: Charlotte

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    I might be in the minority here, but I've always...

    I might be in the minority here, but I've always loved spiders. My dad taught me at a very young age to never kill them, and to the best of my knowledge, I never have.
  3. To clarify a little, the standard series from New...

    To clarify a little, the standard series from New Hartford were full gloss nitrocellulose finishes with satin finished necks until 2013, when the sides and back were satin as well. All the...
  4. "Hotel California" (or just about anything else...

    "Hotel California" (or just about anything else by The Eagles) for me. There's plenty of others, too.
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    There's an old saying on the racetrack that you...

    There's an old saying on the racetrack that you can't hurt a bad horse. Welcome back Hat!
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    All pertinent info on this model is on page 170...

    All pertinent info on this model is on page 170 of the "Bible". No more than five were made.
  7. Thread: It's here!

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    Congratulations Brad! I know that you've been...

    Congratulations Brad! I know that you've been waiting a very long time for this one. Play it in good health!
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    So can I! I think all of us "enthusiasts" have...

    So can I! I think all of us "enthusiasts" have been there. I still have too much sentimental attachment to my old D50 to ever sell it though!
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    Sticky: Thanks to our mods for everything you do,...

    Thanks to our mods for everything you do, especially considering what a thankless job it usually is.
  10. Thread: Ngd - jv-72

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    https://i.imgur.com/ZxMM8Ht.jpg Wow, that is...

    https://i.imgur.com/ZxMM8Ht.jpg

    Wow, that is one collection! Best wishes with the new addition.
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    I have bought all her recordings on Bandcamp....

    I have bought all her recordings on Bandcamp. Talent like this deserves our support, and her latest album "When You're Ready" is terrific!
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    Any Molly Tuttle Fans Here?

    She has to be the most talented young lady I've seen in this genre since discovering Alison Krauss back in 1990. Enjoy Molly and some hack named Tommy Emmanuel trading licks on this old Townes Van...
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    It sure would have TX. I know Richard likes them,...

    It sure would have TX. I know Richard likes them, but I'm not an eBay fan at all.
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    Well that just sucks. I'll bet they won't be a...

    Well that just sucks. I'll bet they won't be a "stand-alone entity" at all, or for very long. Say hello to 10% final value fees plus 3.5% for PayPal.
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    Looks nice, but if it costs like everything else...

    Looks nice, but if it costs like everything else from StewMac, I'll just use my system!
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    I think it's the custom Pawless that he's been...

    I think it's the custom Pawless that he's been waiting years for IIRC. Play it in good health Brad!
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    I recently added a PSB 5i Subwoofer...

    I recently added a PSB 5i Subwoofer to the vinyl system after finding one for a ridiculously low price (run all PSBs on the home theater upstairs), and once you dial it in, it really augments the low...
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    I always heard that tone controls were present to...

    I always heard that tone controls were present to compensate for the inadequacies of human hearing, especially folks like me that have been playing and seeing loud music for many years now. For me,...
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    That is true Rich, but I have a feeling that Grot...

    That is true Rich, but I have a feeling that Grot must have been upstate Maine as well. Also, the Bay of Fundy is east of Eastport ME (easternmost point in the continental US) and has something like...
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    Used to spend a week or so most every September...

    Used to spend a week or so most every September on Toddy Pond, which is between Orland and Blue Hill, and is a beautiful, pristine lake that bans motorboats. Visits to Acadia were always in the plan,...
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    From what I can see, it would be some time after...

    From what I can see, it would be some time after 1997, when the online chart cuts off. That's puts it in a very good period for the Westerly plant. Hopefully, Hans will be along to clarify, and I...
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    That can't be right. My TPD-2 had no such thing,...

    That can't be right. My TPD-2 had no such thing, in fact, the craftsmanship was exemplary. If I had gotten along with the neck better, I'd still own it.
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    Well, I don't think any of us paid anywhere near...

    Well, I don't think any of us paid anywhere near that much for one, and I wouldn't pay $3000 for any guitar, except maybe a nice vintage Gibson round shoulder. With what I paid for mine, I'm very...
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    I don't think they're overpriced at all Gary. My...

    I don't think they're overpriced at all Gary. My cousin Woody Pines (who plays a resonator almost all the time) pronounced it the best resonator he's ever played, and he's in my will! Jason McIntyre...
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    Very cool!

    Very cool!
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