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  1. I jave a McCarty, a lawsuit single cut and a custom 24. All good guitars a pleasure to play and own Edit - should read pre lawsuit single cut
  2. Lets see top five guitars you know this changes almost daily right but today ELECTRICS Warren Haynes Les Paul honey burst nothing sprcial but my go to don’t need to protect it James Trussart single deville - all steel dragon Gibson ES-335 wine Taylor T5 Koa Fender Telecater diamond Anniversery - dont know why this one buti like it Or any of my les pauls really go in and out if the lineup pretty much for no reason ACOUSTICS Mcpherson sitka/koa Gibson hummingbird 62 Gibson J-45 Phoenix guitars custom koa cutaway 000 The cocobolo 000 I made in luthier school And I love my Gretsch Brian Setzer model its kinda in between lol
  3. Just wanted to say hello lounge, some of you that have been here for a while might remember me. II used to be on here allot, same old same old with me although I’m selling more guitars then I’m buying now. Heck Ive got my guitar herd under 40 now.
  4. Action Needs a Audience - Jimmy Eat World
  5. Nice work I enjoyed reading through all of these since i have not been on here in quite a while.
  6. Just stopped by to see if anything was new it's been a while, good to see some of the old timers still around as well as some new blood. Hope everyone is doing well and there guitars are treating them nice. I still have a few but I did slim my herd a bit I'm down to about 40 now most are Les Paul's with a double handful of acoustics and some of my own still I've made a few more but life keeps me jumping. Be well Retro
  7. Duplicate see I said it's been awhile
  8. Amazing pictures and story and that must have been cold as hell but exciting. As a avid surfer my whole life that would be a dream come true.
  9. Looks really nice - that said if you ever decide to try this again you might want to get the solder from a jeweler supply store and get true artist grade silver solder. It can be obtained in three hardness levels soft, medium and hard and the amount of heat needed to melt it is different for each one. It's harder to apply medium and hard because of the heat requirements but when finished it's actually a bit harder than any other solder. Lead is a toxic substance true but to fear it is unreasonable, it's not gonna kill you if you touch it. Just like so many things it got a bad name when it used to be delivered to all of us in huge amounts through water pipes paint and almost everything else we made. I work as a jewelery artist every day and use lead on a very common bases several times a week to press molds and other things in presses, I don't breath the fumes if I can help it and I don't eat it, but that's about it for safety precautions. After a day of handling it in the presses my hands are black from the lead and I have be been doing this for three + decades now. Medical exams and tests in physicals show no lead above average in my system at all, in fact it's lower than average because I live in a pretty new area and our water supply is fairly new. Back to your job that looks fantastic Dave, amazing job, I hope it works as good as it looks.
  10. I was being air lifted in a chopper after wrecking my squad car in a pursuit, the chopper hit a power line and went down in a field. Luckily I was fairly stable by then and secured well so my injuries weren't any worse. But I'm guessing that when your rescue helicopter crashes it's a bad day all around. Oh and that's one of three chopper crashes I've been in lol. My poor wife always wants to take a helicopter flight in Hawaii I'm like yeah I'll pass.
  11. Very nice and you had pretty animals I was fly fishing for trout and are cam had Javalena, coyotes and a bobcat your look cuter
  12. I would also vote to keep posting ere on the forum it's definitely related and very cool to see all your options, I think your stands are great and still plan on ordering one as soon as I figure out what kind of amp I want to put it on in my art studio. I've just about decided to go with my Mesa transatlantic and a 2x cab but still keep changing my mind. Your post is one of the few still interesting post running in this forum. and your photos are always so well done too keep it up Josh you have solid fans here.
  13. There are 17 pages of stands he's a commercial manufacturer of the stands and he sells them each one is different and unique you owe it to yourself to go back in the post and look at some of his different woods and different models and styles of stands.
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