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Did he spike the punch or what?  Congrats on the pending nuptials Shiner....BG looks fabulous as always.

Vintage and Rare Washburns / 1928 Washburn Deluxe
« on: February 23, 2010, 05:52:14 AM »
Originally posted by luvmyshiner

Not mine Magoo, but she is a beaut isn't she?  I was telling a friend today that back in my younger (and poorer) days I used to love garage sales and flea markets.  I wish I had been into guitars back then because there is no telling what I might have found.

. . . because without beer, things do not seem to go as well . . .  Brother Epp, Capuchin Monastery, Munjor, Kansas  1902

Better that you probably would have lost alot more cooler items in the divorces :-)

Vintage and Rare Washburns / 1993 D17CE
« on: February 23, 2010, 05:50:01 AM »
Man come you didnt tell me the water was clean over here again :-)  That is one beautiful guitar there.

Southwest Series / D 46 SCE Acoustic/Electric
« on: February 23, 2010, 05:48:14 AM »
Oh that acoustic electric D46 sure is pretty.  I have the dread version that my wife and kids let me buy a couple of years back for fathers day.  Got a heck of a deal from some cat named Dave :-) Insert Shameless plug here : Dave @ RGG Music always treated me fabulous :-) Oh....and thanks for the email Pike....probably would have continued lurking had I not heard a bit of good news from you :-)

Southwest Series / Pickguard on D46 SPK
« on: June 30, 2009, 04:44:14 PM »
My D46 does not have a pick guard..and the thing is so beautiful, I would not want it to have one either.

a woman on the Tesla forum sent me the sarcasm part about a year ago or so...and I was using it up until yesterday when I decided to slick it up with the 2 goth les pauls....but you can tell AnnA that I stole it from you if you wish....


Here is my signature image from the Tesla forum.

Lets see if I can help you date that guitar......

start by introducing calm and time you see her....flash her a quick smile.....and then disappear...then on the 3rd time....ask her out.....

She is 10 but she is very tall for a 10 year old she pretty much dwarfs the kids in her class. Her biological dad is 6'9 and her Momma is about 5'10 or so....the Doc said she might very well end up around 6'4 when she stops am trying to get her into guitar sooth her nerves....and a basketball goal is in order this spring....thinking WNBA get me into the lifestyle I wish to become accustomed too....lmao.

Just kidding........maybe.


Serial SC99104564

I have not ever heard of the D10MTWR this some music store specialty? It is red in color looks like a D100 I seen once.

Working really hard to pick out a full size guitar for my step daughter....Santa brought her a first act discovery and she has noodled around on it pretty much non stop since Christmas I thought I would get her a full size dread that would at least sound like a real guitar and stay in tune.

I set her up with her first real lesson yesterday....learn the names of all 6 strings as well as tabbed out Mary Had A Little Lamb for her to learn....

This experience may be the greatest thing she and I have done together in the 5 years I have been with her Momma....I just love the smile she gets on her face when she is strumming around on that cheap first act....

For those of you who know about these kinds of things...what can be gleaned from these alphanumeric serial numbers?


The D10S I had a few years back had strictly numerics and the first 2 numbers were the production year....Is that he same with this style?

Acoustic Guitar Players Post Comments & Questions / Hanna Montana
« on: December 08, 2007, 05:16:36 AM »
Originally posted by Dreadman

This was discussed in the general section a while ago. I personally don't care for this kind of marketing. I think it diminishes the overall coolness of guitars when a human cartoon character is used this way.

For those that don't know, Hannah Montana is a childrens TV show and Mylie Cyrus (Billy Ray's daughter) plays Hannah. Now Billy Ray seems like a pretty cool dude to me but there are cracks forming in his facade. First he had nothing to say at all when scalpers (illegally) bought all of HM's concert tickets and jacked the price to the sky (fan club members who paid for the privledge of buying tickets early got screwed) plus there's the Disney/Washburn/Cyrus toy guitars.

Yeah, now that I think about it the shine is off the Billy Ray Cyrus apple.

my guitars

Can you really blame Billy? He was pretty much abandoned by the music industry after Achy Breaky Heart.....catchy tune....but there were some pretty good songs on that cd back in the day....Some Gave All and Could've Been Me, were both respectable ballads....and the industry just left him out in the cold......While I personally hate scalpers because they have driven concerts to an unaffordable price range....why would Cyrus be upset to know his Daughter was going to have a packed house regardless of the cost per ticket.....she was making her money off merch sales inside.

Acoustic Guitar Players Post Comments & Questions / Blues man
« on: December 08, 2007, 05:12:07 AM »
Originally posted by sad_fingers

Came across this today and it made me chuckle. Thought I'd share with you gys and girls.

Blues Man Rules
To be a real blues man the most important thing is to look the part, so I’m concentrating on what to wear in this section.

What To Wear…
Hat – any hat is cool as long as it’s black, think carefully about baseball caps though…

Glasses – if you must wear glasses, wear prescription sunglasses, the only exception is those tiny round ones and then you have to call your self Doc… for example Doc. Hardtimes Pimpleass.

Jacket/Coat – forget fleeces etc. you need something that looks like it might have
been a well tailored jacket (possibly tailored for somebody else), make sire it’s a couple of sizes too big, so people can see how your suffered and couldn’t afford to eat whilst payin you dues.

Pants – same as jacket cotton only, sweet pants are for hip-hip and obese rap singers, Jeans and R&B are rock territory, leather is strictly for wanna be rock/porn stars and don’t even think about latex!

Shoes – shoes got that, not trainers or sneakers… shoes must be clean and highly polished but old (try dragging them behind the car for a few miles), and a little hole underneath exposing the cardboard inside is always good.

Your name – naturally something like Bob Smith ain't gonna cut it so, bin your old identity and assume the mantle of a venerable bluesman, the procedure is quite straight forward. Go with something that you like Lemon Joe Cobbles. Bobby Barefoot Walker. You get the point.

The Guitar – If you'r White use a Stratocaster if you black use a 335, nobody is sure how this began and a few have tried to fly in the face of tradition like Clapton, started on a 335 before feeling the call of the Strat. A Telecaster is always cool, the jury is still out on a Les Paul (pretty much White guy trying to play the blues guitar), there
are others but you could be seriously risking your blues credibility, so the question is do you feel lucky….

Anyway now your set GO PLAY THE BLUES.

My Family

Washburn D10SCE
Wesley EL300wh


learning a riff or chords is quite easy as long as your fingers hit the right strings!!!!!!!!!!

Maybe its just me and the fact that its Saturday and I have been up since 4am....but this post is offensive....


I owe you a favor buddy.....if you can get it video taped....on Hi-8 video tape...I can convert it to DVD or divx AVI and figure out how to post it on Youtube for you.

Acoustic Guitar Players Post Comments & Questions / CB Strikes Again!
« on: December 07, 2007, 05:15:46 AM »
Way to go I am sure Shiner has no more use for that lousy J28.....he really needs to mail that up here to me to cure my winter blues.

I find myself wondering this and maybe Dread could chime in.....For the couple who play together....could you take a Y connector and connect two guitars to one amp?

The old Peavey Bandit 112 I had had 2 inputs to it.....

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