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Blsuedeshu

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About Blsuedeshu

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  • Birthday 01/30/1953

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    Central coast of California
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    Guitars, music, motorcycles, bicycles
  1. Beautiful! That blues tune just blew me away. A real sensual performance. Will there be autographed versions of the book available when it is released? If so, I'm in.
  2. Great playing and the guitar sound wonderful!
  3. I saw that last week too and it got me thinking that the folks at Willie's have a point. Chances of finding a 70+ year old guitar with no issues these days are rare and finding one fixed, stabilized and ready to go has its advantages. I'm so over trying to find the holy grail of some model I like and having to pay blue chip prices for it. It takes the fun out of it. I want something to play and enjoy and not worry about. Price seems reasonable for a fine old Gibson. I wouldn't care if it was reburbished if it sounded nice.
  4. Now that the room is complete, does your family ever see you anymore?
  5. I have a weakness too for the small bodied Gibsons.
  6. Thanks for the info Willy! Armed with that and a borrowed Snap-On boroscope, I will go deap into guitar tonight. I'll keep you all posted.
  7. Thanks for the tip! I'll take a closer look inside to see if I can find it. There is a three digit number (2782) stamped on the top edge of the headstock. It does not seem to coincide with any serial number convention Gibson used. I agree. This guitar is able to host just about any kind of music you wish to play on it. It sounds wonderful.
  8. Very nice! It looks to be in fine shape for its age. I just picked up an L-50 two weeks ago and I am having difficulty determining what year it is. It's the larger 16" body with the same headstock as yours including the pearl script logo and nickel plated tuners. Where did you find the serial # on your guitar?
  9. There must be a picture of Eric Clapton with one.
  10. That is very sad. I aways think my favorite artists will alway live on. While they do musicaly, not so in life. I was going to see him and Klara Bonoff in concert at a local winery later this month. RIP
  11. I like the size of my Keb Mo and the sound is bigger than you would expect. It has a wider neck width than a regular L-00, but I have gotten used to it and I like it fine. I also considered a 000-18, but the Keb won me over; and I like Gibsons anyway.
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