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dhuber

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About dhuber

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  • Birthday 01/03/1966

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    Male
  • Location
    USA
  • Interests
    Music, Motorcycles

Previous Fields

  • guitars
    USA Hamer's, USA Ovation's, USA Fender Strat's, and 8502 American Ash Tele
  • amps
    Fender DRRI, Peavey Classic 100 H, 30 H, 30 Combo, Traynor YCV 20
  • fx
    Boss Pedals All of Them!

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  1. I typically don't care for gold hardware but it looks great on that guitar
  2. Callaham Bigsby Front Roller Upgrade

    I definitely noticed these but I thought they were just shims to fit the Bigsby to the Arch top. I'm late to this post. I came across this because I'm doing research for my Monaco and Monaco III. I'm not sure which route I'm going to go yet. I agree about not being cheap to mod. Front Roller $45, Rear Shaft 45, how about a Compton Bridge $80. This us adding up to fix a simple tremolo. I'm new to this Bigsby research but aren't the Bigsby's with the horse shoe like on my Monaco and MIII B-5 units?
  3. I didn't vote, but cheated so I could see the results. I own a Monaco and a MIII which don't get played much but they both have Bigsby's. I don't use the Bigsby and I don't have tuning issues. However I've been tempted in the past to try a Compton Bridge. Does anyone have experience with a Compton Bridge? http://www.comptonbridges.com/home It makes logical sense as there would be less binding on the T.O.M. bridge piece.
  4. Some of the nicest PRS guitars show up on HFC.
  5. Olivia Newton John

    I'm in my early 50's. I had a major crush on her in my late elementary and early junior high years and that was before Grease. She still looks great.
  6. Buy the amp. When your practice room looks like this consult the HFC before moving forward.
  7. 1 That is a cool guitar but I'm not cool enough to own something like that. 2 It would be marketable if the price was reduced 98%.
  8. I know nothing about Kurt Wilson guitars but that looks like a nice one.
  9. I had to look at the Ovation. I'm not in the market but I'd have to believe that would sound decent being it has the wider original style bridge saddle unlike some of Celebrity models Ovation has put out.
  10. I really wanted my children to play any musical instrument. I forced my children to take piano lessons. My daughter can sing but lacks coordination to play instruments. My son had some musical talent but he had just a brief run with piano and bass and then gave it up for guitar hero. I could not agree more with the above statement. I don't know how guitars makers can stay in business unless it's just a hobby for them.
  11. Another example of why I like visiting the used guitars on HFC. Nice!
  12. tally

    I really like white guitars and I like Tally's. However with my lead playing at it's current level a single pup guitar would be out of the question for me. I've never played a Tally Custom but IMO the Tally with the DD pickups and 4 way selector is the Pinnacle of Talladega's. That is cool if your the right player.
  13. Yes, I too am glad the price is where it is. I don't know "The Shark" but this could be his next guitar.
  14. My Traditional is a heavy beast but you put the strap on and it stays put it also plays fantastic. GLWTS!
  15. Did you pay the full $399 or did you offer $350? Good for you that was a killer deal either way.
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