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Holiday Hoser

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About Holiday Hoser

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  • Birthday 01/26/1960

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  • Location
    Paso Robles California
  • Interests
    Hot rods, Strats Les Pauls BC Rich and of course Gibson Acoustics

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  1. I never liked the design on the front of the shirt would much rather see it on the back with a small gibson logo on the pocket spot.
  2. I knew Curt when he used to make his strings in my lil' home town in California. He worked for Ernie Ball started his own deal when they moved to the desert and then moved his gig to Colorado. Haven't really used 'em after I didn't get them for free anymore but his electric strings were top notch. May have to give them another try for acoustic and send him an email and say what's up... I knew a homeless guy who would boil his strings over the campfire... WTF buy a new set you cheap bastard.
  3. Damn that Norm. He is a true treasure hunter! My guitar I got from Norm is the second one (it's a '64 if it has the wide neck) But it has a L5 fretboard like the 3rd one. Find another one of those kids.
  4. Nice to see Mark around again but the Sweetwater girl is way prettier. I'd rather dump my 1000 into a beater that needs a neck reset.
  5. I remember me and dad going into a San Diego pawn shop in 1972 near the navel base and I'm sure some sailor back from Viet Nam had hocked it for gas money. That Tiesco had more switches than the Rockefeller Christmas tree. But she was mine and I loved her long time. The sad thing was there probably was a '59 Les Paul a little higher up on the wall we could have got for $650 bucks. But then the 1970 Riviera we were driving only cost 350.
  6. A Freudian slip I guess (% My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are a guitar, a song, and a lot of whiskey
  7. A Holiday ballad to all my friends on the Forum. It has some cuss words so put the kids to bed and don't play it at work. Thanks for another wonderful year with plenty of incites and funny posts. https://youtu.be/IM3q2O4kgzM
  8. UPDATE: I glued a Neodymium magnet inside the guitar soldered a regular 9 volt battery clip in place of the funky plastic battery box and now it sticks happily to the 9volt case.
  9. Attack of the clones! Well, well what can one say but you have out done yourself again Red. Merry Merry!
  10. Reminds me of my first classical guitar. Ah the boyhood memories. /
  11. Guard looks wrong to me. Should be multiple colors but could be the photo.
  12. I use a humidor humidifier but instead of water wet it with propylene glycol lasts much longer, no mold and you can throw a couple stogies in the case to enjoy later!
  13. I still would be afraid to buy it with out putting my pecker clamps on it first. But than other than milk I don't buy anything new.
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