Separate names with a comma.
Back in the mid 80s I had a crazy French girlfriend living in Neuilly who thought it fun to take innocent little old me for a stroll through the...
And don't forget that tonewood is for life not just for Christmas !!!:eek::eek::eek:
Never heard of her, is she an Essex girl?;)
Full marks - looks lovely. Now you need a toothpick to wedge the 3way switch between positions. :D
Because that way they give better tone. B******X I've mentioned that dreaded word again!!!!!:eek::eek::eek:
My Cousin Vinny
Welcome Wooders from the Leafy Chilterns. You'll find plenty of people here to help in your quest. Good luck.
And some folk prefer their screwdriver without ice
And also great for early onset bad back syndrome:eek::eek::eek:
I recently put together a similar partscaster for one of my regular guys. After much huffing and puffing he went for SD Hot Rails at the bridge...
Me too. They were far better actors than Costner has ever been:p. Glad its not on British TV.
I prefer Sidney. Can't remember how many I've replaced when they stopped working:whistling:
And apostrophe is Greek origin via late Latin:rolleyes::rolleyes:
That only applies if you tighten them with a torque-wrench diagonally across the scratchplate. Just like you would with the cylinder head on your...
Welcome from "The Leafy Chilterns". Lots to learn here. I grew up in your area and used to be a regular at The Eel Pie Island and the Crawdaddy...
He's the man with a shed load of knowledge:thumb:
Hmmmm? I'm just a mixed blood southern softy :rolleyes:
I was hoping someone would ask that question. :rolleyes:
Worse still why are we responding to such utter tosh!!!!:eek:
Welcome Rickety from the other side of the pond.:thumb:
If the neck is shimmed correctly it can't warp.
Tee hee. Exactly
Don't wear suede shoes if you're not sure which hand to use :rolleyes:
Confucius probably had the answer