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Done turned ugly. IBTL.
Sounds more like Packrat. Pack rating is just holding onto things one may find useful down the road. Hoarding is a separate thing.
I'm looking for a woman with a 9 car garage but I'll settle for 4.
One stall will be designated as multiple use which can quickly be converted...
You might like a Margherita which is topped with a Basil & tomato in addition to the Mozzarella & olive oil.
Did someone say Pizza?
Does anyone know if this is Snooky?
Whatchu takin bout Willis?
I think maybe he was experimenting with pedals back when Jimi was still gigging. Hope that helps. :whistling:
How do they compare in width? Whenever someone says they like thick necks I think Robert Cray & SRV. Them has some thick one's.
Haven't had my hand on a modern c in awhile.
The 50s soft v is narrower than many other's, Especially the USA standard one's. @Guitarmageddon may...
@sonny wolf would be the one to ask for detailed neck descriptions. He's been gigging for many years & probably has had his hands on every neck...
The 50s road worn is not really all that thick. It's a soft v, & truly is. The only difference in those & the classic series is the medium jumbo...
One of the last true R&R band's IMO.
Your thread title provoked a bunch of predictable juvenile posts, like 13 year old locker room mentality stuff. You must be proud. :confused:
Hard to beat Wayne Kramer.
WelI, I reckon Jimi could.
I've long been curious about folk's bragging online about flipping item's for a profit. Seems like a risky practice.