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  1. I had a sports injury 9 years or so that left my...

    I had a sports injury 9 years or so that left my pinky with a very bad sprain that took a few years to get back into shape. Then the Ulnar nerve (numbness in the pinky and side of ring finger)...
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    McCarty's have a chunky neck. Nice PHAT tones...

    McCarty's have a chunky neck. Nice PHAT tones combined with the split coil tones make it a versatile guitar. - I have a Dallas Shootout with 57/08 pickups, this one is a bit more aggressive than my...
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    He is a unique player afterall....still one of my...

    He is a unique player afterall....still one of my biggest influences but I would turn down the chance to meet him...it would ruin it for me!
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    This is from an interview w/ Steve Howe that I...

    This is from an interview w/ Steve Howe that I found interesting


    You’ve talked elsewhere about how you play the ES-175 for about 20 minutes to “warm it up.” Can you elaborate?
    That’s from an...
  5. and people that complain about their jobs are...

    and people that complain about their jobs are usually not busy enough.... Who knows the real story. I have a CC Montrose LP that is superb and a McCarty Dallas Shootout that is also really nice. I...
  6. Thread: Best PRS SE Guitar

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    I picked up a Tremonti SE for my younger son and...

    I picked up a Tremonti SE for my younger son and i'm quite impressed with the guitar. I also owned a Marsden and thought it was a good guitar as well. Great bang for the buck those SE's!
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    The Strymon pedals will bring you a long way. Not...

    The Strymon pedals will bring you a long way. Not cheap though. For delay, a TC Electronic Flashback is also another option. Killer delay and inexpensive....
  8. Willcutt DC245. one off in Matteo Mist (did not...

    Willcutt DC245. one off in Matteo Mist (did not have a "10" stamp on the back of the headstock). The other one I miss is a CE3 that belonged to Larry Lalonde
    ...
  9. Thread: The Photo Booth

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    I took this pic in Central Africa. The ingenious...

    I took this pic in Central Africa. The ingenious toy is made out of sardine cans. The pants on the boy on the right have been handed down so many times that there is no cloth in the back and the...
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    The Strymon Timeline is quite good. I also have...

    The Strymon Timeline is quite good. I also have the Flashback X4 - great delay as well and good bang for the buck

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/adann1/IMG_1627_zps204b2469.jpg
  11. Thread: It never ends.

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    I seem to be coming to the same conclusions….on another note, if the guitar is blowing your mind, just get it. You'll make up the perceived "loss" in no time by the shortfalls of buying and selling.
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    I come from the land of the ice and snow…..I...

    I come from the land of the ice and snow…..I currently live in Toronto Ontario….My parents bought me in the late 70's, "Double Platinum" by Kiss and "YMCA" by Village People…They got one right…......
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    Nice well rounded group. I play a Huber...

    Nice well rounded group.

    I play a Huber Redwood, Knaggs Kenai, Simon Law Strat, Suhr Tele and Gibson Es-335. My DGT gets some love as well but looks like it's going to be sold shortly (fear not as...
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    Love that dark board

    Love that dark board
  15. I had my DGT ordered with a 57/08 in the neck -...

    I had my DGT ordered with a 57/08 in the neck - works really well with the DGT in the bridge and a little clearer than the DGT neck pup to my ears.
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    I initially had no interest in PRS acoustics...

    I initially had no interest in PRS acoustics until I ventured into my dealer to get an amp repaired....while I waited, I played a few guitars and was simply blown away by a few Angelus Cutaways. I...
  17. Thread: Dgt

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    My only PRS. One piece top, really nice guitar. I...

    My only PRS. One piece top, really nice guitar. I would prefer a wider nut width but still a superb guitar
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v661/adann1/Gear%20for%20grabs/IMG_2167_zps343c1526.jpg
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    "Black Rose" by Thin Lizzy - Nice melodic lines....

    "Black Rose" by Thin Lizzy - Nice melodic lines. The fast pull off lick is a handful......I use software to slow down the licks and it sure makes life easier! Gary Moore is one of my faves from the...
  19. I tend to gravitate towards medium chunky necks -...

    I tend to gravitate towards medium chunky necks - in the range of 0.80" - 0.90" at the 1st fret. For longer scale guitars, i tend to prefer the lower end of that range. I find a nut width of 1 5/8"...
  20. Thread: NGD!

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    Great looking guitar - the back is stellar.

    Great looking guitar - the back is stellar.
  21. Thread: Show your PS!

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    Thx - Dragon's Breath Glow

    Thx - Dragon's Breath Glow
  22. I have 9 and a good example of each main food...

    I have 9 and a good example of each main food group; Suhr Tele, SVL Strat, '54 RI LP, '59 RI 335, PRS DGT, Carvin Holdsworth HH1, Reverend Flatroc, Lakland DJ bass, Collings CJ35. As Steve Martin...
  23. Thread: Show your PS!

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    Is this the DGT to rule them all (that our...

    Is this the DGT to rule them all (that our friends at Willcutt have indicated)?
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    So many to pick from- if I had to pick one I...

    So many to pick from- if I had to pick one I would go with Larry Carlton on "Kid Charlemagne"
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    Cute kids. Congrats and enjoy.

    Cute kids. Congrats and enjoy.
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