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  1. Hi,Good Day;

    My name is Miss.Mary Dickson, I saw your profile to day at (forum.gibson.com) and was moved and become interested in you, I will like you to send me an email to my address (marydickson100@yahoo.in) so that i can give you my pictures for you to know whom i am.

    I believed we can move from here? Remember colour or distance does not matter but LOVE matters allot in life...

  2. mine's in my sig. far and away the best guitar i've ever owned. freaking awesome. easy to play and sounds incredible. light to boot.
  3. yeah when you search "1966 g-400" on MF you get no results. but i've seen that guitar advertised previously as "coming soon", so i'm pretty sure MF is going to have it
  4. i'm 36...but i play the '66 re-issue over on the left <----------- asked for a drum kit for christmas of 8th grade, got a guitar. never looked back. now that i have a "real" job i can fund my own "guitar room" with them all mounted on the walls: '86 peavey patriot bass '99 yamaha 12 string that i hate '07 ibanez 6-string acoustic that i like and of course the SG over there to the left havin fun, playin in the praise band, glad to not need readers yet...but its coming of course.
  5. i need a new amp, too. but back to the SG: i freaking LOVE my g-400. best guitar i've ever owned. and the coolest to boot.
  6. i recently bought my 66 LE g-400 heritage cherry online. i purchased it on MF for $399, then before i received it i found it for $299 on the GC website. so i called MF and got them to price match, which they did. they recredited my cc $100 and i still got free shipping. i didnt do any of this on purpose, all by accident before i discovered this forum. but it worked out pretty well. i got lucky (apparently) and received an EE version. i didnt know anything about this stuff till after i got the guitar. anyway the guitar plays awesome. everyone who i let play it raves about it.
  7. i'm another line-6 "guy". have a toneport for home use, and about to buy a pod xt live
  8. i'm a little of both as well. i got an acoustic (pretty much toy) guitar for Christmas of 8th grade in 1984. i went to ONE guitar lesson. bought all the books, etc. went back the next week for my second lesson and the music shop guy said: "what, someone didnt call you? well, um, Steve (the guitar teacher) was killed in a car accident last week." never took another lesson. taught myself from the books they had made my parents buy. funny thing, tho...i skipped all the scales lessons and went straight to strumming and chords so i could "play" and sing songs. 24-ish years later and i'm going BACK and learning pentatonic scales! ha! full circle. anyway back on topic: i can read chord charts and simple tabs (getting better at the latter) but definitely cannot read staffed sheet music for guitar...no way. mostly playing by ear, which i'm decent at
  9. i just purchased a 1966 LE G-400 last month in heritage cherry, which i LOVE. but now here it is in "silverburst". pretty dang cool...havent seen this yet in any SG: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-SG-Standard-S.O.R-Electric-Guitar?sku=512455 what do you guys think? i think i might have bought this instead if it had been an option to me. probably not, but maybe...
  10. AgIdoc

    G 400

    its what i'm rockin'. or a reasonable facsimile of rockin', anyway. seriously its a really, really good axe. mine's the EE series as well, but the 1966 standard reissue version over in the avatar. my twin bro loves it as well, despite being a previously strat-only guy. he does note that the neck is significantly fatter than his american strat
  11. +2 on the grovers. i have a 1966 reissue g-400 with grovers and they definitely hold tune
  12. yup. here as well. nothing worked till today (mon)
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