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  1. Bozz

    Fret Question

    Thanks for all the responses to my question about the 2011 LP fret size. Yes, the issue is definitely caused from applying too much pressure between frets. I'm an older guy (mid 60's) with some stiffness and flexibility issues in my hands and fingers. I've had four surgical procedures on my hands and I'm thinking that dropping down to Medium Jumbo frets with a height of .036" might help me out.
  2. Bozz

    Fret Question

    Thanks. Medium Jumbos might work better for me.
  3. Bozz

    Fret Question

    Does anyone know what size frets were used on a 2011 (08) Les Paul Standard? I had one until recently and I tended to pull notes sharp while fretting in certain situations. Would like to know what size frets were used as a reference going forward. Thanks!
  4. Now THAT is some flamed maple! Very nice!
  5. Keep an eye on the temperature in that trailer if your guitar is in there. You're traveling into a heat wave. Have fun!
  6. Seriously? No more 80/20's?
  7. Thanks, Sal. That was cool.
  8. Ok, I got the image size figured out. Sorry for the double
  9. The new look is fine with me. I'd like to see the new management bring back a " Guitars for Sale or Trade" section, like every other forum on the planet has.
  10. Size 2A Colosi pins fit perfectly in my 2015 J45
  11. Bozz

    NGD

    A really nice set of Rosewood on that one. Congrats! I wonder what the folks at Gibson are thinking now that Taylor has veered head-on into their lane?
  12. I am really saddened to learn this. Preston had been fighting for his life for a number of months, but I am still stunned to hear the news. When I first visited his shop a few years back, he walked me around talking about the build process. At one point he picked up a piece of shipwreck brazilian rosewood from a stack of bookmatched sets. When he tapped it he described its sound as like a piece of glass, and at that moment I could see and feel how much he loved what he was doing. He was gracious and humble in every way. His guitars are fabulous and will remain his legacy.
  13. Bozz

    NGD...

    Beautiful guitar. Comes in handy on those Doc Watson morning, D-18 guitar pickin' kinda days. Congrats!
  14. If documentaries count, I'd recommend The Last Waltz. Live performances from many of the greats of a generation.
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