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Hoya

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  1. Thanks for starting this thread Searcy. I'm enjoying it very much and learning a lot about obscure Gibson models! Hoya
  2. This is my 1981 ES 347 TD. I Saved for months and when I finally received it was in the original box from Nashville. What a thrill! It's got Series 7 pickups which are very hot (15k). This guitar has unlimited tonal options with its coil tap switch.
  3. "The Kids Are Alright" - The Who
  4. "Rainy Days and Mondays" - The Carpenters
  5. Spring cleaning the tackle box in prep for a new season is special thing. Lots of lakes and ponds around here provide relaxing fishing fun.
  6. Make sure you tell your doctors and therapists that you play guitar. It will influence your treatment and add to your recovery! Good luck!
  7. I wish I had a family member to jam with! Sounds awesome!
  8. Man that sounds real good through headphones right now! So can you play it?
  9. "There's No Home For You Here" - The White Stripes "There's No Home For You Here. There's no home for you here girl, go away"
  10. +1 It sounds like he's playing along with a machine!
  11. Hoya

    Tablet.

    I would like to have a tablet on a stand to use for song lyrics and chords. I can play so many more songs and sing the lyrics if I have a "cheat sheet" (like a tablet). Currently I have a 3 inch binder with hard copies of sheet music that often spills to the floor with paper going everywhere! I have the same problem, however, of not having good enough vision to see on the small screen.
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