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Texsunburst59

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About Texsunburst59

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  • Birthday 12/06/1959

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    '70 Gibson Cherry ES-335, '72 Fender Tele Custom,'74 Fender Sunburst Jazz Bass,'76 Black Electra MPC X-310,'77 Gibson Wine LP Deluxe,'78 Black Hamer Sunburst, '78 Fender Sunburst Tele,'78 Fender Walnut P-Bass,'79 Fender Butterscotch P-Bass, '79 Fender Antigua Strat,'80 Gibson Cream Explorer,'83 Yamaha G-231II Classical,'87 Fender Suburst Strat, '88 PRS "Special" Goldtop,'89 Gibson Heritage Cherry Sunburst LP Standard, '89 Fender Jazz Bass, '90 MIJ Fender Black 50's RI Strat, '90 MIJ Vintage White P-Bass,'91 MIJ C.A.R. 50's RI Tele,'95 Fender Blueburst 50th Ann. Deluxe P-Bass,'96 Larrivee D-05,'96 MIM Fender Lake Placid Blue Strat,'98 Baby Taylor,'99 Tom Andserson Cajun Red HDTC,'00 Epiphone G-400 LE Korina SG,'01 Takamine CD-132 w/ DSP Classical,'02 Gibson Amber LP DC,'03 Yamaha Flemenco,'04 Ramirez 1-E,'04 MIM Fender Flip Flop Strat,'05 Larrivee D-03R,'08 Black Boulder Creek Solitaire,'09 Breedlove Roots OM/SR,''09 Fender Daphne Blue Spec. ED Strat,'10 Fender Olympic White Strat,'13 Reverend Oceanside Green Jetstream 390
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    Various Vintage Fender and Sewell amps

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    South Texas Gulf Coast
  • Interests
    Playing guitar,collecting guitars,basses,and amps

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  1. Congrats Bill. That sounded REALLY good. My son grew up listening to 70's and 80's rock because of me. He's done quite a few videos at the local college studio. The professor asked him to sing a PF cover they were doing for the education dept. there. Here's the video. https://youtu.be/QgRAlAQaVoE
  2. This is why I try so VERY hard to never unload a great guitar. I don't want to have to regret it in the future. Some guitars can never be replaced, and I never want to have to go there.
  3. WOW!!! All 3 a killer guitars, but the one in middle with the zebra pickups, was a real beauty. That's a killer looking trio you had Travis. Also, thanks for heads up for budman on JFC. That info could definitely come in handy one of these day.
  4. OK. I just didn't know where the question was coming from
  5. Thanks for the heads up Jeff. I really appreciate it.
  6. No. There's not damage at all. Are these guitars prone to damage in that area? The whole guitar body is in perfect condition as far as any crack, dents, gouges. It only has a few small scratched on the back of the guitar.
  7. That's too funny Gary. Haha! I didn't really steal this one. The were asking $500 for it, and it had just come out 1 hr. before I got there. I did a quick search on the Jackson Charvel forum and Reverb. After reading several threads and looking at several Reverb ads, I realized how rare and expensive these were. I tried my best to get them to come down, but they wouldn't budge. The guitar didn't come with a case, but I got them to throw in a Road Runner padded case. I think $500 is still a pretty good price for this guitar. I'm Happy.
  8. I really wasn't on the lookout for a pointy headstock 80's guitar, but at the price I got this for, it really was a no brainer. These guitars were only made for one year, and they're pretty sought after. The Amber color is the most sought after color, so I guess I lucked out on that. This is a mahogany body with a maple cap, so it makes it about the same weight as a Les Paul. The neck on this is amazingly comfortable and fast, and with the contoured set neck, it give killer access to the upper frets. The pickups are OK for now, but I will upgrade them in the future.
  9. I've seen WAY worse than this monstrosity ,but it's still on the level of "Burnt Body Relic" guitars.
  10. Ok. Yea retirement doesn't having to mean passing up a KILLER guitar like that. You're supposed to enjoy retirement as much as you can, and if this makes it way more enjoyable, then you deserve it. Congrats again on a killer score!
  11. WOW Gary, that's a real beauty. I personally hadn't seen a JB in that color, but I like it a lot. I'm really confused about this purchase. I thought because of retirement, you were getting rid of guitars. I guess you couldn't retire from buying guitars. Anyway, congrats on a KILLER score.
  12. That's one powerful and killer rig right there. Nice!!!
  13. That's a very classy looking Hamer you've got there. Congrats!!!
  14. Last year I picked up this Mesa Boogie Roadster Dual Recitifier 2x12 Combo for $400. On the use market, these are about $1700 or so. Most likely the guy took $200 for it.
  15. That is a really nice and clean example. Congrats!!!!
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