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Tim Plains

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Just curious if my links are working properly?

Each should bring you to a page where you can view my guitars and then click on each one for a few pics.

Do they work?

 

They work for me, but I'm signed in.

I don't want to log out because I can't remember the password I used for it.

I still need to upload pics for the Strat and my amps...maybe I'll do that now. :D

Thanks!

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...Timmy timmy Timmy... always trying to find new ways to get us watching your guitars...:D :D

 

Thanks a lot man! Your guitars are superb... I love looking at them! (I am not being sarcastic or joking with this, if there is one thing I take seriously is guitars, specially Tim's).

 

 

Hey... maybe its time we had a little "f----- porn thread" around...

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The place that sold it to me also thought that too, but it's not...and for the first little while, I was calling it a Silver Jubilee.

Unless I am mistaken, the Silver Jubilee was only offered in the mid to late 80s and there weren't that many of them made.

It's just a grey/silver JCM 2000. I did a search on it a while back and found that only 400 of these grey JCMs were shipped to N. America.

 

Frankly, everything is rare or a special edition nowadays. =P~

I don't buy into it anymore...it's just BS.

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Thanks guys! In a sense, I wish I never found that Silverburst because that's the geetar that started my obsession with Les Pauls. I was quite happy with my red SG Special...until that one day I walked into the music store to buy a set of strings. The rest is, well...you know.

 

It must sound pretty good to merit TWO cabs.

 

BTW your R8 is a dude?!?

Sounds killer with two cabs. Sounds killer with one cab, but much better with two!

Yeah, the R8 was a chick when I first got it, but has since grown a set...

Brock's a good name. Bourbonburst used to be called Brockburst...get it?

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...Timmy timmy Timmy... always trying to find new ways to get us watching your guitars...=D> =D>

 

Thanks a lot man! Your guitars are superb... I love looking at them! (I am not being sarcastic or joking with this' date=' if there is one thing I take seriously is guitars, specially Tim's).

 

 

Hey... maybe its time we had a little "f----- porn thread" around... [/quote']

 

Indeed Thunder!

 

YAWN!!

 

Flight959

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  • 3 months later...

Hmm, I found this interesting...

 

I added the Tele to my signature a day or so ago and just looked at the number of hits on each item.

My '07 R9 has three times as many hits as any other. I wonder why? :-k

 

Fender Telecaster - views 52

Fender Stratocaster - views 390

Gibson Les Paul Standard 1959 Historic Reissue - views 86

Gibson Les Paul Standard 1956 Historic Reissue - views 381

Gibson Les Paul Standard 1958 Historic Reissue - views 503

Gibson Les Paul Standard 1959 Historic Reissue - views 1511

Gibson Les Paul Custom - views 390

Gibson ES-335 - views 357

Gibson SG Standard 1962 Historic Reissue - views 408

Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue - views 125

Marshall JCM 2000 - views 310

Vox AC15 Custom Classic - views 298

 

...and yes, I suppose this is also another plug for people to click on my signature. :-

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Hmm' date=' I found this interesting...

 

I added the Tele to my signature a day or so ago and just looked at the number of hits on each item.

My '07 R9 has three times as many hits as any other. I wonder why? :- [/quote']

 

Is that Iris? I like The Duke of all of them, but they're all gorgeous. How about that 335 name Lucille? Where did you ever come up with that name? :-k

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How about that 335 name Lucille? Where did you ever come up with that name? ;)

 

In the mid-1950s, while I was performing at a dance in Twist, Arkansas, a few fans became unruly. Two men got into a fight and knocked over a kerosene stove, setting fire to the hall. I raced outdoors to safety with everyone else, then realized that I left my beloved $30 acoustic guitar inside, so I rushed back inside the burning building to retrieve it, narrowly escaping death. When I later found out that the fight had been over a woman named Lucille, I decided to give the name to my ES-335 to remind myself never to do a crazy thing like fight over a woman.

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