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    onewilyfool 

    24 May 2013 - 09:36
    JT....looking forward to meeting with you!!???
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    onewilyfool 

    05 Apr 2013 - 20:09
    JT finalized any trip to SFO???
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    onewilyfool 

    08 Mar 2013 - 12:58
    John, please let me know when you are in the bay area next, would like to buy you a beer and chat, maybe play some guitar or just hang out!
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    Moosemeat 

    06 Jan 2013 - 21:06
    Your book on the wartime guitars will be welcome indeed. The era for reliable information from that era is quickly drawing to a close. Is it important? It sure is. Well, anyway, I'm in line for the book. The words out. Thanks!
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    jt 

    11 Jul 2012 - 12:03
    Fred,
    Nice too hear from you. Yes, I decided that the forum has gotten a bit ugly for my tastes. Do keep in touch. My email address is johnthomasguitar@gmail.com
    The book is with my publisher. So, we wait. I'm also working with Robi Johns on some very accurate reproductions of the Banner flattop models. Should be fun.
    Please email so that we can keep in ...
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    ol fred 

    11 Jul 2012 - 11:08
    Tried to send a PM but apparently your inbox is full.
    John,
    It appears that you have decided, along with quite a few others that the board is a bit to much of a battleground. Hope the book is nearing completion and I'm looking forward to adding it to my library. I would appreciate having your contact info if possible. I promise not to share with trolls or spammers. I may be ...
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    jt 

    17 Jan 2012 - 16:05
    Wily,
    My 1928 L-1 flattop is the same. All of the early Ls had that very short scale length. makes them perfect travel guitars!
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    onewilyfool 

    17 Jan 2012 - 15:57
    Hi John...I re-measured that L-2 and it does have a 24 1/4" scale length (exactly 12 1/8" from back of nut to center of 12th fret)....is that weird??? I wouldn't mind 25.25" SL, give me a little more room moving up the neck....lol
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    E-minor7 

    14 Mar 2011 - 22:57
    Hello JT - How are things. And how are things with the B.H. model. Keep up the spirit and so. . . E-minor7
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