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  1. I have to agree with you, sounded preachy to me. Buc is a hell of a musician so maybe he can just play anything.
  2. I love Gibson and Martin and I sure wouldn't mind owning either of those.
  3. A properly installed wall hanger is not going to pull out of a wall. Buy a stud finder and learn how to use it, pre-drill a hole for your screw and you can tell if you have hit wood or not. I had an ES-335 and Strat hanging for years on a Hercules wall hanger with no problems. I think this tan line issue could be a combo of sun and the rubber reacting to the finish. Hang that beauty on a Hercules wall hanger and call it a day, the closing arms when the guitar hanger has weight on it are pure genius.
  4. Loved it Sal. What is on your 13th and 15th fret on your d-15? I have a D-15S and am always surprised how well it holds it's own among a nice stable of Gibson's and Martins.
  5. As a no skilled hack I guess I have to say I can't feel anything. I started trying to play at 33 and can still read some simple music from grade school so at least I can entertain my kids. I wish nothing more than to be a proficient player I just firmly believe it is somewhat of a gift. I refuse to ever stop playing and I enjoy struggling through it for the most part. I like to say I can play better than most of the world, just not better than most guitar players. For you guys who are great I really enjoy listening.
  6. Here's my SJ-300 I think it has just the right amount of bling. Any more and I find it a little distracting.
  7. The allure of our new home is an office to hang a few up. I enjoy looking at them and quite often after reading a few posts on here I can't wait to play them. Life is short, I want to enjoy them as much as possible and hopefully seeing them and hearing them will inspire the sons to give it a go when they get older.
  8. Great story!! My skills are weak and I would love to have stuff like that happen. I'm in my late thirties and my toddler sons are my only fans!! It's a good life.
  9. I thought that was excellent!!! Thanks!!
  10. While not a dread my L-1 has a 25" scale which is right in between a short scale and a standard length. It works well for it.
  11. Maybe I'll take a black sharpie to my Robert Johnson, that sure is a sweet looking guitar. Any difference besides the adi top from a Robert Johnson L-1?
  12. OWF the combination of the neck shape, nut width and the 12 frets make it extremely playable! It's a lifetime keeper for sure. Hell aren't they all.
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