Separate names with a comma.
Agreed and agreed. Big time. That CD was fixed in my car CD player for a very long time.
Too many people rooting for you, better times are right around the corner.
It’s a windy rainy day in my neck of suburbia. So I just had to play this song. Over and over again.
I don’t know how or why, but this song...
Gorgeous! I can tell that’s going to get a lot of playing time!
I’m not a Dean kind of guy, but I loved the Burled walnut on this one. Turns out it plays and sounds really nice, so that was a bonus. And not...
Darn, that was sweet! Kitty rocks!
Deadhead for 45 years. High School to current day.
I put on Coltrane when I need a jazz fix.
Combine your running and reading: Read “Born to Run.” No, it has nothing to do with Springsteen.
A great read. One of the few books I’ve read...
You nailed it.
You did right. Keep your eyes and ears open for that dog.
No explanation necessary. Too often people jump to the end of a thread without reading all the preceding posts.
I like the dark cherry...but I don’t see how you could go wrong with any of them. PRS makes some gorgeous guitars.
I just gained 10 pounds from reading this thread.
Great BoStraps, as usual! And a very nice thing you are doing with the guitars.
Somebody needs to give Tom a wire cutter before someone loses an eye.
Really liked the video.
That was excellent. Tremendous.
Or you could use this as an excuse to meet David Bromberg at Bromberg Fine Violins!
Not too far from you.
People change strings? Who knew?
I swear old strings sound better. Or at least I keep telling myself that.
I don’t need all six words.
Good thing I clicked the link. From your title I was thinking
When you play electric on the porch, do you play amplified or not?
If that’s all it takes, I would have ordered ten sets by now lol!
That is some seriously great playing and sound from those pickups. Some skillful work from both!
Neatsfoot oil! Brings back old memories, it’s what we used on baseball gloves. Worked great.
Me: It’s a Wonderful Life
Wife: The Wizard of Oz
Kid: Jungle Book (the old cartoon one)