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MarxBros

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  1. It is in no way shape or form an investment guitar. Play it, enjoy it.
  2. More like you've been warned.:-
  3. Agile have really lead the way in the quality/value race. They've been ahead and widening the gap for a few years now. Unless there is a complete turn around with Epi they will be relegated to the Jay Turser level across the board. There's several other off brands as well, but the Agiles seem to have it nailed more than any other.
  4. Sit down and give your mind a rest, you're about as funny as a truckload of dead puppies on a hot summer day.
  5. The only show right now is you. And it's not very funny. You remind me of the guy who's "shop" did 20 head gasket jobs on cars without using a torque wrenched to tighten the head bolts. His reasoning was, "hey I did it 20 times and they are all ok". Wait wait wait...hold the phone....Wait...I understand the whole root of the problem now. You simply can't afford a tapered reamer. Why didn't you just say so? I know the hacked pick guard biz is not exactly making you rich, but hey, perhaps you can find a used one and do the job the right way?
  6. I see said the blind Wang as he picked up his drill and saw a split headstock....
  7. Really now, I'd insult you, but you're not bright enough to notice, Go back to drilling out headstock holes to enlarge them. Dan and everyone else are wrong and you are right. After all, it worked a whole staggering 20 times, so it must be the tried and proven method, right?
  8. I'm just curious...As an outsider, what do you think of the human race? I mean on a serious note.... do you ever wonder what life would be like if you'd had enough oxygen at birth???:P
  9. A funny point I'd like to add, the guy who brought the Beatles to Milwaukee didn't even like "rock" music, but he had a hell of an open mind for an old Greek guy. Here's what Nick said... "We didn't know what the Beatles were all about, But we saw what love there was for the Beatles. . . . I'll always feel grateful they turned out to be peaceful people." He also supported the Milwaukee 14 when they were burning their draft records in the street in 1968. He also gave me my first job, errand boy. Thanks Nick......
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