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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by marcjoe, Oct 16, 2019.
Welcome to Strat-Talk
Thank you for all the nice welcome greetings! I feel right at home [emoji1]. Yes I'd say we bavarians are a special kind of "brew", but a very tasty and comfy one.
Like I already said, nice to be here and to be so warmly welcomed!
Like we say here: Prost! [emoji482]
Welcome to the show
You need help with anything guitar these guys will talk you thru it
That would be really nice, however I've used up all of my vacation this year already [emoji51]
True, I guess that's the case with every Bavarian [emoji23]
True? I honestly thought there'd be a bunch of even older ones here. But yes, I love aged things and I am really happy that I never sold it [emoji3]
The closest I have been to Bavaria is Leavenworth Wa...
Whenever I go there, I sincerely wish I were in Bavaria. One day!
(Leavenworth is a tourist town, but lots of outdoor activities near by)
Interesting, Bavaria in a nutshell so to say [emoji6]. I'm sure one day you'll make it! Bavaria (especially in the south) is a nice mixture of tradition and the modern world. Sadly it's getting really expensive to live here, rents are skyrocketing. I'm happy we have our own property. Next to our house they built new ones and were able to sell each of them for about 1.7 million Euro. Insane.
There are some old ones here for sure. I have a few old acoustics. But, I found Strat-Talk when I got back into electric guitars. All of those are more recent.
One of the lovelier areas in the world, in surroundings and people. Graceful and appealing in all respects. Welcome!
Welcome! I lived in Aschaffenburg for a couple years, well back in history >.<
Hey ein Muttersprachler!
Greetings! Awesome gear! What part of Bavaria if I may ask? I lived in Bamberg for a few years and Kitzingen another few years.
Nice! I visited Bamberg several times, really nice little city. Kitzingen I've never been though.
I live pretty much in the south, Rosenheim is the next bigger city - the pretty much means "home of the roses" if you'd translate it. Beautiful view of the mountainscape from where I live.
Actually there's a mountain "picture" that is called "sleeping virgin". Maybe she thinks that, cause while sleeping LOTS of men, women, children and even dogs walked over her [emoji28].
Ohhhh, Bavaria. The home of BMW.
Welcome to the Jungle!
Welcome to ST. I hope you enjoy your stay. And remember to tip the wait staff on the way out.
Welcome. You’ll get that pickup issue sorted out no problem.
I for one would be interested in seeing some pictures of Bavaria.