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  1. In Topic:M&O Colibri

    Today, 03:21 PM

    Nah, Grunt......that one is not right for the 45. Have one coming that is though!

    And here's what I do when I'm not playing and singing - go fishing! Caught these specks this morning with my best friend (who managed to steal a day off work!).

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  2. In Topic:M&O Colibri

    Yesterday, 07:29 PM

    Em7: That strap you mention was graciously returned to me when I took up guitar after the "hiatus". It is a fine piece of leather, indeed, and I do use it still. The new M&O strap will be a nice, out of the ordinary touch from time to time.........open mic hosts get what shows up, right?

    Think it a bit feminine, Grunt? Maybe, but I'm good with that........I know what I am.

    MP: Yeah, a little pricey but it will outlast me and I like things different sometimes.
  3. In Topic:Are the lower priced Gibson acoustics noticbly better than an Epiphone Masterbilt?

    22 March 2017 - 07:31 PM

    View PostAllenjason95, on 22 March 2017 - 07:07 PM, said:

    I think we need to report Buc's post to the mods. I'm really worried about the state of the forum.


    Please do.

    As one gets older, assuming you have paid attention along the way, it becomes easier to recognize a fool. You have obviously not been paying attention, regardless of your age, and it shows. You love this attention, I'm sure.........makes you smile and feel better about yourself. Hopefully someday you will come to realize that gathering your joy in this manner is a poor substitute for happiness in this life.

    If you had bothered to take a look at the other thread of the same name you would have found a reasonable reply that posed you a question.......no, you were having too much fun busting chops over here. I have a new idea now......... How about you keep your Epi 500 something and hustle on over to the Epi Forum, and take your bullshite with you.

    I wanna be like Jesus Christ......keep the party movin' giving' good advice.
  4. In Topic:Are the lower priced Gibson acoustics noticbly better than an Epiphone Masterbilt?

    22 March 2017 - 06:59 PM

    View PostAllenjason95, on 22 March 2017 - 06:31 PM, said:

    Really.....I literally said I knew you guys would reply with "play them for yourself only you can decide" in the OP.


    Yep, you said that. So my question is why the fukc did you make the post in the first place if you knew what the response would be?!?!?!?! Secondly, since you did go ahead and make the post, knowing full well the response, why have you reacted the way you have to the responses you knew were coming?!?!?! *****ing at everyone that gives you the answer you knew was coming?!?

    Whether you like it or not, "play them yourself and make up your own mind" is the correct response.

    What a dikc.
  5. In Topic:New tune (but, alas, not on my Gibbs....)

    22 March 2017 - 07:00 AM

    I like it. A well constructed tale of misery and addiction.

    As you and I have discussed before, detail in a lyric is a double edged sword: it certainly lends authenticity to a story, but it can also serve to make a lyric regional and alienate some listeners. The Cook Parkway is an unknown to anyone outside of the area, so the twist and bend image is lost on most listeners...........we just have to take your word that it's a crooked road, while locals understand completely. This is not necessarily a bad thing at all, just an observation. Like the sound of the reso on this!

    As an aside.........I saw your mug on an episode of Forensic Files when you were working out of Dallas. You were younger then, as were we all!