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Hall

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  1. Reserved a spot for in this evening's prayer Sal, and some + vibes in my thoughts today.
  2. A. Well Done! for the RAF each year at this time.
  3. Thanks, Rabs. From Premier Guitar on line ? Glad you posted it here for all.
  4. Thank you, drathbun. I'll do the homework.
  5. Any guitar into Bob Reinhardt 18 watt.
  6. Thank you drathbun, but I'm not making myself very clear. The only photo taking device I have is the camera on my computer, and the only photo knowledge I enjoy is to post pics via the space the forum allots us. Mine is filled so I am sol. Are you telling me I can bypass that function and place entirely by doing as you suggest? If that is the case, I'll have to do some learning then and report back later. . Sorry, to be an analog relic . I do appreciate your effort here.
  7. Can't do anything picture post wise because my allotted "space" is full and there is no way to delete in order to regain space. Never was much for picture posting, but every so often it would be practical and nice. The old forum you just deleted when it got full; not so here. ???
  8. Any news on this yet? I have no space.
  9. How big is the bridge plate? That's an area to improve sound by reduction of the monster. And so that is a 70ies Bird, huh? I have a 74 SJ that I will not part with because ….. because it sounds fine to me, plays like a dream and always has done so. Looks just like your guitar. I doubt if many folks here will think a large investment in a Norlin era Gibson is the way to go, and the resale value at present would back that stance. How much do you dig the guitar?
  10. A remake of Lonnie Mack's V!
  11. Hmm, wonder how to make up for that loss. 😐
  12. Fine guitar. No Lightfoot?
  13. And, factory pins ! Thanks, JC.
  14. Thanks, JC. I like the Vintage, if pressed.
  15. Well done. "Aint" maple nice!
  16. Very ..... well done!
  17. Well done. Looks as though you scored a very nice one!
  18. Think I saw a G-45 review in Premier on line mag. if you're interested in checking it.
  19. A life, and home full of Gibsons here. But I have two Martin guitars I keep and play regularly, D-41 and a D18 first year of the redo. The D18 is mighty close to the top of the list for me. Everything is just right on it. I haven't used a pick on an acoustic guitar in years, so all my playing is based on finger picking sound and feel. The D18 is as pure and simple as playing can be. The projection is remarkable. My Gibson sq. Crow CW and the D18 are in an eternal dead heat here for use. The D41, when I am at home and feel like soft singing and playing is just right. I like Gibson guitars best and always have felt so since my Melody Maker of 1960 and lessons at Dodd's in Cov. Ky. The two Martins are out numbered, but will be staying with me. * Martin necks did not please me until the D18 redo.
  20. I have an SJ-200 and a J-150 both maple, and both permanent members of the troupe and the household.
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