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I doubt I'm entitled to a title
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Portsmouth UK
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geometry, edible fish, custard, mustard, bustards, waltzing, onions, liquid nitrogen, dressing gowns, broad leaved trees, ponds, local history, sumo, thinking and hats

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Website URL  http://soundcloud.com/unwise-bill/travellers-tune-blownout

Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic:NGLAD

    Yesterday, 12:42 AM

    Wonderful! Looking fwd to the pics :)
  2. In Topic:Renaissance Fair

    20 September 2017 - 04:28 AM

    View PostLPguitarman, on 19 September 2017 - 11:27 AM, said:

    Here's a picture of my son Anthony in his Full Armor at the Renaissance Fair. We went last Saturday and had a great time. Saw some jousting and many vendor shops, along with some entertainment.
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    Impressive suit of armour. I'd have done anything for something like that when I was a kid!

    Only one thing missing. He needs a horse ;)
  3. In Topic:Do Your Strings line up with your Pole Piece Screws?

    16 September 2017 - 11:11 AM

    My Squier Esprit (which is hanging on the wall) lines up pretty much perfect for the bridge pup, but is way out on the neck one. Its unfortunate because its the neck one I use. This is partly Buttery's fault because I sent details of string spacing when ordering those pups.

    Does it matter? Well, no. It sounds great.

    On this topic, I will say that Schaller make a combi bridge that permits string spacing movement. I have one of these on my Ric 650 and its a useful feature to me as I like to keep the Es well away from the fingerboard edges. There are no pole positions evident on those (mini-HBs) pups, but again, it sounds just fine.

    I'm inclined to think that its not too important. The only guitar I ever used with string volume disparity (the low E was too quiet) was a cheap Charvette, but that was because the pups were cheap & nasty.
  4. In Topic:NGD

    16 September 2017 - 10:02 AM

    Nice one!
    I've never handled one. I cant imagine how it feels. (where can I try one soon???)

    Congrats
  5. In Topic:Electric Bikes

    15 September 2017 - 10:56 AM

    Pretty exhausting to backpedal I expect [flapper]

    Never tried one. Maybe I should...

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    Justin Langston 

    30 Jun 2015 - 10:22
    Hello friend. I hope you enjoy the Forum
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