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    Time for some guitarist jokes...

    How about this idea, kids? PRACTICE! walrus
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    Song Title Thread Part Two

    "She's Gone" - Hall and Oates walrus
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    S-400?

    What are the odds the owner of an S400 lives 10 minutes away from you? That is crazy! walrus
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    Favorite "One One Hit Wonder"?

    "Sex and Candy" - Marcy Playground walrus
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    NGD

    Beautiful! Congratulations! walrus
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    Elvis with a F50. Burst too. Guild Guitar FB page...

    Nice, Ralf! Richard, here's a guy selling a cool photo of the Texas show...
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    Guild M65 - Unique Serial Number?

    Love it! Based on the "Guild Dating" info, it's a 1959. 8300 is the last number for 1958, 12035 is the last number for 1959. walrus
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    Song Title Thread Part Two

    "Take Five" - Dave Brubeck walrus
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    Why does my fretboard look like this?

    +1 on the wood not being ebony, but covered with some kind of dye. I've had an ebony board, wore divots on it, and it's black throughout .. walrus
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    Bill Frisell Trio playing outside last week

    "What the World Needs Now" walrus
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    Song Title Thread Part Two

    "Every Little Thing" - The Beatles walrus
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    Some of the favorite Vinyl we still own...

    Can't tell on my PC! But their styles are different - McLaughlin much more staccato without much bending, Santana more fluid. Slightly different guitar tone, too. walrus
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    Some of the favorite Vinyl we still own...

    They were both disciples of the guru Sri Chinmoy at the time. The album title is Chinmoy's philosophy, which focused on "love, devotion and surrender". I am a big John McLaughlin fan, and to a lesser extent, a Santana fan. The song in your link is of course a tribute to the John Coltrane...
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    Some of the favorite Vinyl we still own...

    All gone. Including a large collection of Beatles bootlegs. Seemed like a good idea at the time, but in hindsight, a mistake. walrus
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