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Tman5293

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  1. I don't believe in insomnia! It's foolish nonsense! I sleep whenever I want to!
  2. How about a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 2X12? It sounds amazing! http://www.fender.com/products/hotrod/models.php?prodNo=2230000
  3. Please tell me more about this. I have somewhat of the same problem with my SG. Sustains like sh!t. I have tried moving the tail piece up and down to no avail. Does moving it all the way down mess up intonation? Does it really add that much sustain?
  4. Sorry guys I don't care much for the Beatles or John Lennon. Dead Horse - Guns N' Roses
  5. They have obviously since fixed this. Look at the guitar in my previous post. That is the Historic Reissue SG. almost the same thing as the 61' RI with the neck joint at the 22nd fret. It has the Maestro.
  6. Yes......It's always a money problem...........someone really needs to fix it...........
  7. You could get one of these instead: http://www2.gibson.com/Products/Electric-Guitars/SG/Gibson-Custom/SG-Standard-Reissue.aspx
  8. My cell phone is never not on vibrate. I can't stand ringtones. And any kind of noise coming from my cell phone is no good in class when I'm using it to text my friends instead of paying attention to the teacher's boring lecture.
  9. I've read some pretty solid stuff proving to me that it's a 70'. It has a volute, a trait which the 68' and 69' SG's do not have. In fact it looks just like a 69' SG but with a volute. Which leads me to believe it's a 70'.
  10. A lot of the Norlin era guitars are no where near crap. For example, Angus Young's first SG was a 1970 Norlin era SG. This guitar was used for all their Bon Scott-era records (70's) and the first few in the early 80's, both live and in the studio. However, many of the Norlin era guitars were crap. Many of them were made out of far cheaper materials than their 60's brethren.
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