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  1. Thomann have good customer service and parcel tracking I have a 335 case hurtling its way to Sweden from Germany as I write......
  2. Post some photos have not seen too many of them on this site does it look like this one, if so nice geet...
  3. Sorry to be a killjoy but taking the gold off will give you a nickel look at best certainly not chrome, have you thought of getting a pair of gold covers for your pickups might be easier.....If not PM Strumbone and ask where Twang got the parts for Strum's chrome makeover......I think Strum's Sheraton is 1999 or 2000 Samick so it can be done... I am going to stay all gold on my two if possible...
  4. a couple of options out there on the market for new assemblies you can also buy the parts and make it yourself or get someone to make it for you. I have two assemblies on order from Jon Moore in Canada he is also winding a set of pickups for me... these are also good BCS guitars http://bcsguitars.com/?page_id=837 or Mojotone (I used one of their assemblies in my Joe Pass...) [YOUTUBE] [/YOUTUBE]
  5. AS90 I'll give you what you paid for the Sheraton and pay for your ale all night in the Casa in Hope Street (my local when I am back home)....on top Edit: Don't want to hijack the thread wow how did that happen to the neck AS....was it like that when you got it? What effect does it have.......I suppose if I had to have an Elitist it would have to be mint, can't see the point otherwise........... I have two players here.
  6. AS90 are these yours that natural lefty is a beauty, write a little context are they GFS Dream 180's I see......Oh sorry AS90 (what is your first name?) I see you have put the photos up for Noijj........ good man....
  7. The first three are unpotted and the pros potted if you play professionally and need assistance controlling the squealing and such then go for the potted pros.....I think another difference is the early Burstbuckers had alnico II magnets an later versions alnico V's The early guitar gods like Clapton could keep unpotted well wound pups under control, but only you can judge your ability to do that in the setting you will be playing...just some thoughts on the pickups you mentioned.
  8. Teegar wrote: I can see a cable coming out of that guitar, you only see it very briefly because the shot is cropped to get the graphic of the balcony of the building on the set, I worked in a Television studios for 4 years and in video production for 10 years. I would "think" that from the quality of that recoding that that is going through a mixing desk. But "if" that thinline most probably hollow bodied guitar is generating enough of that "umph" to record at that quality, at that distance, in studio conditions I would be shocked. I would also like to see it replicated using the same e
  9. Noijj you have your photobucket account great. For each of your photos you will see four optional links choose "Direct Link" copy and paste between the img tags it will work like a dream or just copy and paste all the "IMG Code" straight into your post..... come on...... under "share this image" you are offered the following options for each photograph (the ones marked in bold here will do the job for you) Email & IM Direct Link (copy this and paste between the img tags you create in your post when you click on ) HTML Code IMG Code (this maybe easier just copy and
  10. I am a big Morrison fan I have the Morrison and Hooker version but prefer the one above I made an mp3 of it from the video. but I prefer when Van and Hooker done "Don't Look Back" on the pier by the lake have you ever seen that clip.....It is on the album Van Morrison and Friends. Oh man, it gives me goose flesh, I love that little lick Van does when John Lee asks him to "play a little". I have got feeling we have a lot in common bluser12...
  11. Thanks Teegar.... Are you sure that is the Zephyr Thinline..??? Thanks for the vid I have them all downloaded via the firefox youtube download tool add-on This is my favourite, I practice this one every time I pick up a guitar.... [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aq66E7aX2w[/YOUTUBE]
  12. just google photobucket and sign up......nimps.....and good luck with the new bridge
  13. Thanks Peter can just about read it....it looks to have a rosewood floating bridge????? This may mean it was hollow bodied? I see the price was $305.......for the Natural.......That would have been a lot of money in those days before Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard..........
  14. For anyone with the catalogs or who may have or currently owns one of these. The Epiphone Zephyr 312T Thinline circa 1960-62 Question: Did it have the centre block running through like the Sheraton or was it hollow like a Casino, full bodied Zephyrs?
  15. On the Swedish e-bay Advertised as a Gibson Kalamazoo 1938 amp in fully working order $580 4300 swedish krona http://www.blocket.se/vastmanland/Vintage_Fender__Kalamazoo_Gibson__Gretsch_25694091.htm?ca=11&w=1&last=1 would love to just try it out.....
  16. Chefman, beautiful Riviera, did the guy give you the frequensator as well?
  17. Who was it that was looking for a Elitist Les Paul do you live in Canada...It was Caolan96 you will have to get a Ryanair from Derry to La Rock City Canada... and scoop this one.... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Epiphone-Elitist-Les-Paul-Custom-White-Guitar-NEW_W0QQitemZ330402394963QQcmdZViewItemQQptZGuitar?hash=item4ced847353
  18. Chefman, photos of your axe or I'll set Strumbone on you, photos asap I am drooling all over my desk now damnit.........I want to see that Elitist Riviera........pant, pant......phew....where did I put my stress relief tablets......
  19. Hi Luiz I looked at the source code for this page and your link was wrong, I could see what had gone amiss so I cleaned it up, try getting your link to look like this: [img=http://s785.photobucket.com/albums/yy136/coltrane55/IMG_0216.jpg] not like this (this is what you posted) [img=http://s785.photobucket.com/albums/yy136/coltrane55/?action=view&current=IMG_0216.jpg] if you use this [img=http://s785.photobucket.com/albums/yy136/coltrane55/IMG_0216.jpg] it will give you this nice Sheraton...
  20. MykWiz wrote: I am surprised at how many new members and older members have struggled posting photos and such. I come from a video editing and digital design background so these things are commonplace on programs I am used to and so these things come as second nature to me. I know there are many people doing this for the first time, just trying to help as much as poss, anyway "Knowledge Shared Is Knowledge Gained" and with all that gained knowledge we will see lots more interesting geets.....
  21. Hi Teegar I have a feeling it might have been Brian who was looking for the right case for one of his geets. I agree, long may we all have the choice of the many products on offer and that they span a range that suit the talents and wallets of so many people.
  22. Posting photos At the top of the box when you post you see for bold for italics and so on, you see a little picture of a mountain click on that and it gives you [img][/img] if you have a photobucket account upload your photos and cut and paste the link in between the img tags... [img=http://i979.photobucket.com/albums/ae271/JoeSamick/Levin-1.jpg] you can embed youtube in the same way using the [bB/] button [YOUTUBE][/YOUTUBE] and cut and paste the youtube link in between the youtube tags... [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watc
  23. I love all this Elitist marketing. I love it that there are expensive bourgeois Sheratons with fancy cases and proletarian Sheratons like the two I own.... I went for a sensibly priced proletarian case for my e-by-g, as Lennon said " A working class hero is something to be......." http://www.thomann.de/se/thomann_es_git_case.htm $80 Those bourgeois cases are nice but I could spend that extra $109 on a nice neck pickup for my proletarian Sherri, anyway pink ain't my thang......??
  24. Hi luizhmax AS90 is spot on do a search on labels, stickers, you find lots of info on this. I have two Sherri's from the 80's apparently they did not even bother with internal labels sometimes....the S means it is probably a Samick post some photos it is a tradition and I am just telling you, many of the guys on here say, "if there are no photos, it does not exist"....show us your axe.....
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