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65 years old
November 21, 1951
Female Female
Sitting on my sofa with my Les Paul-ES335-Firebird V and playing the blues, all the blues and nothing but the blues, "So help me Johnny!" Shamanism, Meditation, Archery, cooking & fine wine, fine beer, fine whiskey......oh yeah

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  1. In Topic:looking for artists to record my songs

    31 May 2017 - 10:56 AM

    Anybody else? I've got some great songs, I think. Nothing to lose for checking them out.......
  2. In Topic:I did what I said I'd never do

    19 May 2017 - 11:19 AM

    Absolutely. It was hard letting go of the LP but I could not pass on a straight up trade. What a sweet player. I plugged into my Orange OR15, I hit a power chord and I levitated off the sofa and my cats started dancing!

    View PostSteveFord, on 19 May 2017 - 03:43 AM, said:

    I'd say you got the better end of the deal.
  3. In Topic:I did what I said I'd never do

    18 May 2017 - 08:03 PM

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    View PostJennysan, on 18 May 2017 - 05:13 AM, said:

    Yup... I traded one of my Les Pauls. I sacrificed my sweet 2002 LP Standard Honey Burst in a straight up trade for a mint 2008 ES335 Vintage SunBurst Figured Maple. I've wanted a ES335 for years but never had the $ to buy one. It was on the local Craigs, so I made the guy an offer. He went for it. I've still got my 2006 LP Classic Antique and my 2016 Firebird V. And now a ES335! Wahoo!

    I'm trying to add photos but the editor keeps saying the pics are too large. I don't know how to reduce them. Sorry guys, shes a beauty.



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