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  1. There's a new Guitar Denter opening in JCY in 2020. https://www.johnsoncitypress.com/Business/2019/07/26/Johnson-City-Guitar-Center-to-open-on-Peoples-Street-in-2020.html
  2. 339's are really nice. I had one for about 5 years or so. Good luck with it!
  3. badbluesplayer

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    Nice one!!!
  4. Happy Thanksgiving to you Murph, and everybody on here.
  5. Those kinds of things can be difficult to diagnose. Sometimes that kind of ringing can be an issue with the nut. But it could also be other things, especially in an ES guitar, like pickups rattling against the pickguard or pickup rings, the bridge, wires inside the body, that kind of stuff. You can try muffling different parts while you try to make it ring. It's most likely something with the nut or bridge. Other people on here might have good ideas. Good luck!
  6. I just installed a Baggs Anthem in my J-45 -
  7. I hope this is a sign of good things to come for you. I can't imagine what you've been through. Best of luck with the new gear!
  8. Nice one! Does it work OK?
  9. Sounds like Campbell's music store. There's going to be a new Guitar Center in JCY in 2020. A couple other good music stores are Honeycutt Music and Musick Alley.
  10. Good deal. I live right outside the City limits of Jonesborough. We'll have to jam sometime when you get settled.
  11. Yeah - I'd guess ita a grounding issue, or maybe a bad connection in the wiring somewhere.
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