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  1. Frustrating watching these guys implode with 2 strikes over and over.
  2. We otto get some better starting pitchers.
  3. The color is too close to my Gretch, or the odds might have been greater.
  4. The coil taps and stuff had me about 35% "do it." Looking at reviews on the build quality talked me down. A 335ish semi-hollow is something I still don't have, but don't have a lot of room for right now. I need to ditch some of my cheap crap.
  5. I ordered two myself. Whoever thought you could get a guitar stand for the price of a gallon of gas, without even burning a gallon of gas?
  6. Another good deal of the day at Adorama, if anybody needs some cheap A-stands. $5 each! https://www.adorama.com/hagsf.html
  7. Somebody is gonna buy that. I need it like I need a crate full of magnum condoms. But you never know.
  8. Good Stupid Deal today. $400 Epiphone ES-335 Traditional Pro Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Inverness Green Epiphone ES-335 Traditional Pro Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Inverness Green b\ The exclusive Epiphone ES-335 Traditional Pro deserves a place in everyone's stable of instruments. At Musician's Friend, we're constantly amazed at the quality you can get at this price. No one does that better than Epiphone—this ES-335 is a well-built, gig-ready guitar. A set of Alnico Classic Pro pickups supplies the warmth of vintage P.A.F. humbuckers; coil splitting serves us a slew of single-coil sounds. If you've been hankering for a semi-hollowbody but don't want to pay the big bucks, the Epiphone ES-335 Trad Pro more than satisfies. The Trad Pro features traditional construction Epiphone used 5-ply maple to construct the body, making the Trad Pro strong and lightweight. It's sturdy enough for the tour bus without being a backbreaker. The semi-hollow design gives it a touch of hollowbody tone with the stability of a solidbody—the same recipe Gibson President Ted McCarty cooked up for the first ES-335 in ’58. Humbuckers with extra "oompf" Early P.A.F. pickups were most often made with alnico II or III magnets. The Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers in this ES-335 Trad Pro are type V. That makes them slighter hotter than vintage counterparts. A push/pull circuit splits the coils for brighter single-coil sounds. Updated hardware that solves an age-old problem Patented in 1954, McCarty's tune-o-matic bridge allowed players to fine-tune the intonation of each string. Paired with a stopbar tailpiece, it's a super-stable combo—until you change the strings. Then, nothing holds them in. With Epiphone's LockTone system, you won't have to dig around dark stages searching for a stray bridge or stopbar—they won't fall off. Another benefit—more sustain. This is the ES-335 to get for classic sounds at a working musician's price The Epiphone ES-335 Trad Pro is a solid value in a semi-hollowbody. You can't go wrong. A hardshell case or EpiLite gig bag is available separately. less Was: Regular Price $599.00Savings: Your Savings $200.00Your Price $399.00
  9. I wouldn't be surprised if the JM PRS strat-ish guitar could win me over, since I like both PRS and Strats. But it still wouldn't make me like JM.
  10. I bought a jar of HEB crunchy PB a while back with a coupon thing (I'm not a heavy pb consumer), but I thought it was quite good.
  11. DougO

    King's X

    First single released. Album cover looks pretty groovy.
  12. Not the greatest photo, but black-capped vireos are not easy to come by.
  13. I'm probably a major factor on that list. I'm convinced they track my purchases from all stores. Every time I find something I really like and make it a regular thing it gets discontinued.
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