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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Paperback Rocker, Jan 2, 2020.
They should have liquidated the stock like this:
That Britney Platinum record is the deal there. Its got the RIAA sticker on it.
Why can't you tell us?
They used to have a whole wall of 'em, all to the same exec I think.
I've only got two. The Best of Bond and Fiddler On The Roof 30th Anniversary Edition. LOL
Their domain 660guitars.com has an invalid DNS record ... that could also indicate cash flow problems, lol.
Do luthiers make those or machinists?
I'm gonna go out on a limb here and just say it... I kinda like the blue one.
Fiddler I'm especially proud of. I did the restoration of "Any Day Now" from less than stellar sources.
Here is an aluminum guitar with graphite/carbon fiber neck for the tele lovers.. A guy in the town outside of where I grew up builds these. Not cheap. I played one at a local store in Rolla MO. The sales guy said he had switched to one and that he just leaves it in the trailer and it stays in tune - regardless of any temperature swings. It actually played really nice, but one would expect that for $2300.
James Trussart builds those metal things. They actually sound really good.
I’m kind of diggin the V. I used to have a yellow Polaris Flying V. The headstock broke of when it got knocked over. If I ever find another one, I’m buying it. It had sentimental value. But I would try one of those aluminum ones if I could get it for a few hundred bucks. I just love yellow V’s.
My friend had a Kramer aluminum neck electric six string when I was in high school. It was ugly and played like crap. But I wouldn’t mind having the aluminum neck Kramer bass that John Deacon had in a video I saw. It looked cool to me.
Sorry, but to me they look like plastic toys. Must be the paint.
They might look better in chrome. Maybe.
Unlike the ones in the OP, those Trussarts look like real guitars.
That Britney Spears poster will be worth more than all of them combined in 25 years.
They are. My friend Danny Harvey used to live with James at his "factory". Those are stellar guitars.
'Liquidated', or 'liberated'... as in 'fell off the truck'?
And yes, Trussart guitars are the real deal.
Only two??? What's wrong with you, man?
LOL for real!!! Them's some Bona Fides, fo' sho'!
Are those weird, new wave tennis rackets or digital fly swatters?