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  1. Hi

    I am a fragile and tender woman who needs a strong and reliable, SEXsexual partner.

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    Kisses Knucklebut

  2. So it seems that if you visually cannot tell the diff between the different types of mahogany, and it does not have an obvious tonal difference...then really.it does not matter..its a mut point..just a thought. peace
  3. I have GAS for a Blueshawk soooooo bad..natural finish....soon....very very soon...
  4. Being that gibson sends high end guitars such as the ones you own to him to fix.. Being that he might have been the builder anyway .he would be one of the guys that actually make the real custom ones...you did not really think the sudo luthiers at the American factory actually make the real nice ones did you. Trust me I live here in America..iv been to the factory many times.. Very cool place. And as for the not half way there..Im not sure how you make that call on a a picture....he's making a bass for mike Keneally right now...and maybe one for Andy Timmons soon... And victor Wooten as well.ALL thought they were.....HALF WAY THERE.....remember there people think you know everything about guitars.....and you seem to be painfully nice....but this one sided blind opinion of Gibsons quaility.is why I costs so much to buy one, and they only put quality out on high end gits..please stop giving uneducated opinions..as truth..go ahead everybody trash me.....just my thoughts
  5. Using that logic..I must be genius I do the same thing every time and expect exactly what happens.
  6. Gotta remember back then that GT. Was just a 12 year old guitar..nuthin special as of yet...I'm kickin myself for getting rid of the 59 MM tho..
  7. Back in the day...circa 1972.. A unbelievable guitarist..that was in the band I went to church with...let me use his 1960 LP Goldtop. Fer a year till I could get my own...I was VERY poor growing up......I later bought a 59 MELODY MAKER for $100, then I got a76 custom BB 3 PU..sounded GREAT but could NEVER get used to the middle PU...sold it bought. 77 THE PAUL..my opinion was the best LP ever made...so....my favs were 1) THE PAUL...2) the GOLD TOP...3) the MM 4)the 76 BB...but I have to say...the P90's in that GT was KILLER...I'm having a Custom MM made to the spec of my 59 MM right now so of the classics.........the 59 MM was the best....ok my diatribe is over.....(takes breath)
  8. TYTY very much my friend....
  9. hello..i recently got a very very good condition 1998 LPS honeyburst... all stock with grover tuners ,sliver..to get to the point.. I changed strings , removed the pic-up covers, and under the NECK-PU, in the cavity there is a LP58 in pen...I was wonderin if ya ever found out what it ment?
  10. Ima have to turn in my Levi's cuz I leak from every orifice on my body...depends diapers fit under pleated better than Levi's...8-)..... And as far as age...20years of being a junkie.. (15 years clean)..and cancer with radiation treatment..has aged me way beyond my years...not left me with much, but I'm top side of the dirt..ROCKIN till they drag my dead arse from the curb..
  11. Is that a REAL "PONCHO" or is it "SEARS PONCHO"

  12. MANY of us here are on the verge of divorce cuz of the quest....
  13. OK...I'm confused....I read on here that the LP Studio Lite. Made lighter by means of "CHROMITE"....Was actually "BALSA"....when I do a wiki search..this is the info I get.. http://en.m.wikipedi...omite_(compound). Chromite is an iron chromium oxide: FeCr2O4. It is an oxide mineral belonging to the spinel group. Magnesium can substitute for iron in variable amounts as it forms a solid solution with magnesiochromite (MgCr2O4);[5] substitution of aluminium occurs leading to hercynite (FeAl2O4).[6]It is an industrially important mineral for the production of metallic chromium, used as an alloying ingredient in stainless and tool steels.
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