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I was never sure about their distribution network, all I knew is that the great man lives an hour's drive from me so I never needed a dealer. But...
I have no idea. I don't think I've seen a pickup like the red one before & I'm afraid I have no explanation.
I'm not sure that proves anything. When I was a kid we used to play in the derelict asbestos garage in the garden next door - it was great fun...
Yeah OK, but never mind that. Was he better than Bonnamassa?
If I didn't know better, I would probably assume that they don't like each other very much.
Deja vu ain't what it used to be....
Did we? OK, ignore it then.
I also have a '63 Vibroverb RI, & when I gave up on the stock Oxfords, I fitted 2 C10Qs. I believe that they are the cheaper, ceramic version of...
Well you can't expect the poor old chap to be right about everything. ;)
"The piano is a monster that screams when you touch its teeth."
I had a '66 Jag, refinished apparently, but it was a nice job. It sold for £1400 five or six years ago.
British Bulldog was legalised brutality, no skill required, no subtlety or finesse. That's why rugby players excelled at it - all you needed was...
Well that's good to know. Quite right too.