Mr. Lumbergh
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    At the end of the day it's still a 63'. Looks like a 53 year old guitar that has been meticulously maintained.

    Price I quoted wasn't exactly correct. I had a Tele Dlx on lay away at the shop. When I asked them for a deal on the Strat they came back and said pay sticker and we'll throw in the Tele Dlx.

    2-4-1, Score !!!

    We need to schedule in a ph call, to catch up on things,so to speak.
    Mr. Lumbergh
    Mr. Lumbergh
    Dunno if you saw my reply mate but I'd love a chin wag. Facetime, Skype are also possibilities. Lemme know.
    -B
    L'BURGH,

    I hope your well bud.

    My med retirement claim has now been sorted and cash to be released, hence my new aquirement. Guys will definitely argue otherwise but even as a refin I think this guitar has "investment potential in Oz" being 100% original other than paint and the paint job is a pro job and aging well.
    Hello again, Mr. Lumbergh. How've you been? I was wondering how you like that Fender Two-Tone Amp? It sure looks like a beauty! How does it sound? Any details? Thanks! Take care. p90freak
    Hello Mr. Lumbergh, I appreciate your communication. Being new to this great online community, I am really enjoying being able to talk shop with knowledgeable people. Anyway, for another great example of the use of a baritone electric (in this case, I think a Danelectro), check out "SHAKE THAT RAT" by Nick Lowe from his JESUS OF COOL 2008 re-release (bonus track). Hope you enjoy it! Take care, p90freak.
    Greetings Mr. Lumbergh! Thanks for friending me. You have an awesome collection of gear. I wanted to ask you what kind of musical material do you like to use your baritone tele on? Take care, P-90 freak.
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