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  1. Highly interesting - tell us what happened when done.
  2. Now you are talking. . . Well (Baby Please Don't Go)
  3. I definitely saw you as young - got into Zappa, , , wow - it's a place from where very few people get back out. Ever heard him play with Lennon , , , hmm, they sound like you and me. .
  4. I have no expectations of your Fab -relation whatsoever - and don't know who you hang out with. But I would like his number. .
  5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Please - Gentlemen - Peace Won't rise above this as I'm not interested in looking arrogant. And yes, I commented your comment, sergeant, about comparing the 'wet' new Gibsons to buying a not yet dry car. As I had mentioned that the 2010 J-45 Standard here generated black grease cakes* up the neck the entire first summer, my post regarding the car was a way to calm things down. The whole Fab-side-path was just polite small talk, , , eeehhh, apart from the pepper-Q of course, which remains highly important. I'd actually like to know what every single member thinks - how their intuitive association was when the album came out, , , and if it perhaps changed over the the years : Fruit or Corn. As already said, there's nothing behind it, , , no traps, no ambush waiting in the cliffs. I am not after you, Sergeant - if in doubt check deanc's Dove-thread where I react to your Martin/Dove question. Without any response btw. So search for no hidden clues, play no lyrics backwards, and for heavens sake stay away from reading codes into the name ex-Winston. Then do remember this Board is a platform for a fine mix between having fun and informing the world about Gibsons. Not a ring for boxing gloves. *Okay, burst, cakes may be a bit inaccurate/exaggerated, but I tried to avoid the term charcoal-coloured slime. Never met the phenomenon anywhere else - the Birds fx had no trace of it.
  6. Great warm and mably-wooden voice - sounds as if it's already broken in. When is it from ?
  7. It's just a question - nothing behind it. Thought there was a chance you might have a take on this. .
  8. If something is garbage to you, you should certainly continue to call it garbage. Just one last Q : Is pepper referring to the coloured fresh fruits or the puristic brown-black corn ?
  9. Assume you have seen the new private Lennon-photos taken during the film-work - if not look them up. Think they surfaced last year or something. Regarding R#9 I don't agree. The controversial collage was a 'job' that had to be done back in the day and noone was better suited to lift the task than ex-Winston and his new wife. I was a kid when getting the album 5 years after the release. #9 sure spooked me, but it showed something as well. From the start some liked others disliked it. People opened up or shut down. I still belong in the first group.
  10. It's Lennon's ex middlename, , , after the Prime Minister of course. He skipped it when goin' anti-establishment. Could very well be around the time of the quote.
  11. I'm sure you can find a better analogy than that, sergeant. Btw. isn't your avatar-line from a Fab-tune ? , , , something rings like ex-Winston.
  12. The G-squares have broader hips and shoulders, but are shorter than the M-dreads. Between 1 and 1-1/2 centimers - nothing to consider, really - unless of course if being erconomically challenged. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . And yez, the many Gs in Japan are real.
  13. Yeesss, fascinating that coat keeps working and never finds rest, , , but thought about the start phase from soft'n'sticky to normal. Not least G-newbies should learn about that. I mean, the first summer behind my 2010 J-45 isn't forgotten. The black grease cakes generated on the neck sent whirling questionmarks and strange flies around my head. I'd say it cured the following winter, perhaps even needed another spring. And still recall how some lighter scratches on the upper bout back was reduced with a cotton cloth. Again after repeated circle-buff maneuvres. A totally new experience here. Is it fair to state - "The lacquer never reaches a final level - it only pretends to sometimes sleep". Not really sure - the vintage Gibsons here all seem stiff-stabile. Then again wouldn't place the 1953er in the sun, , , it would probaly turn to caramel. .
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