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    Quote Originally Posted by markie View Post
    I no longer own this one, she is currently residing in New Castle :-)





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    Quote Originally Posted by 11top View Post
    Some lucky bastid?


    You got part of it right.............. Hehehe!
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    Here is mine. HB II w/Piezo. Archtop pups.





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    Quote Originally Posted by markie View Post
    You got part of it right.............. Hehehe!
    How'd you know I got lucky?

    BTW, did my phone call interrupt anything?
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    How'd you know I got lucky?

    BTW, did my phone call interrupt anything?
    In order for the call to be an interruption, it would have to alter his action(s) when said call was answered. Since we both know Markie will take care of business when and where the business needs taking care of -- and that he never alters course once he sets his mind to the business -- I'm guess the answer is "no".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    In order for the call to be an interruption, it would have to alter his action(s) when said call was answered. Since we both know Markie will take care of business when and where the business needs taking care of -- and that he never alters course once he sets his mind to the business -- I'm guess the answer is "no".



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    and that he never alters course once he sets his mind to the business --


    I think he was alone.
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    I have these two and a cherry SE soap bar

    Ted SC245





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    I have a long time to go until I get another. Need to figure out how to get a black Starla at some point.

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    HOLY MOLY JAMES!!! I'd say you've got your bases pretty well covered!
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    Love the top on that Shootout, James!

    Coffee table ain't bad either.
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    Staci's Employee Studio




    Skitchy's line up (Proto Torrero, Billy Martin, McRosie and Archtop! - all very custom and special!)





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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawk36 View Post
    HOLY MOLY JAMES!!! I'd say you've got your bases pretty well covered!
    they're both ridiculous guitars. I deserve neither.

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    I especially like that Ted, James... Ted's are da bomb!

    What are the specs on it?

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    I have had this one since 2005. Brz hdsk, fingerboard,bone nut, birds w/14k gold surrounds and PS eagle, custom dark cherry sunburst, natural "f" holes, blistered mahogany neck

    Love this one













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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldwyn View Post
    I especially like that Ted, James... Ted's are da bomb!

    What are the specs on it?
    It was actually just an "off the shelf" guitar...liked it so much I bought it as my employee guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james View Post
    It was actually just an "off the shelf" guitar...liked it so much I bought it as my employee guitar.
    That is kind of my feeling about the Ted. They are just that good! (which is why I have one hum and one soapy!)

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    I worked there in the early 90's for about 3 years or so. I'll post pics of my emp. guitar soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkimber View Post
    I worked there in the early 90's for about 3 years or so. I'll post pics of my emp. guitar soon!
    Awesome! Have any fun stories you could share from then as it was mostly a whole different crew and shop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    Awesome! Have any fun stories you could share from then as it was mostly a whole different crew and shop?
    I definitely do! I'm at work now (I'm a video game developer at this point), but later on this evening I'll get some shots of my axe and bring up some interesting experiences.

    One tidbit: Once Ted Nugent walked into the Final Assembly area where I was installing electronics and stringing up guitars (he was there to pick up 3 of his Serengeti models). Someone pipes up and says 'Hey Ted, you gonna' play the Cap Center tonight?!' He puffs up and says 'Naw, I'm gonna' ROCK the Cap Center tonight.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkimber View Post
    I definitely do! I'm at work now (I'm a video game developer at this point), but later on this evening I'll get some shots of my axe and bring up some interesting experiences.

    One tidbit: Once Ted Nugent walked into the Final Assembly area where I was installing electronics and stringing up guitars (he was there to pick up 3 of his Serengeti models). Someone pipes up and says 'Hey Ted, you gonna' play the Cap Center tonight?!' He puffs up and says 'Naw, I'm gonna' ROCK the Cap Center tonight.'
    So that's the proper name for the zebra-striped PRS?
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