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BillW

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BillW last won the day on November 12 2012

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About BillW

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    Inner Circle
  • Birthday 09/13/1968

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  • guitars
    Chaps, SSs, SSII,A5,Centaura,DiabloII,Cali

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    Twin Cities

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  1. It's nice to know I'm not alone in this. I switched to 9.5-44 on all my guitars (except one) about a year ago... Not much selection, brand-wise, but love the feel. 9s were too loose(always), 10s too tight( typically, but not always). I Love the way they feel
  2. "Guess that guitar player sure could play" yes, he sure could.... RIP
  3. Mercy Street by peter Gabriel. Can't listen to it without getting red eyed. Pretty much anything Maria Callas sang that wasn't meant to be 'light'...
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    Bloozguy

    Wow, that sucks. I knew he'd been somewhat ill, but I guess I thought it had gotten under control. We'll have to have a toast and a jam at an upcoming 4321 for him...
  5. OK, I don't get it - how did I miss this? (I was even free that night) could it be i didn't log on since this was posted? weird.... sorry I missed it! hope you all had a blast
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    Eric Otten

    Sad. Condolences to all his loved ones.
  7. I use a Delta Blues (1x15) fairly regularly. Awesome amp, actually
  8. Guy I play with from time to time has one. I was incredibly impressed with the basic tone.
  9. Happy Half Century, Poe! (and welcome to the club)
  10. me three. Bought I guitar. Never heard anything for over a week, despite a couple messages sent to the seller. Contacted Reverb. They contacted the seller, said to give it 72 hours. Nothing - so I got a refund, took a few days to show up on my account
  11. My first thought was along the lines of "Well, its up to whomever shelled out the $$ for them to decide where/how they end up". And, of course that's ultimately true. But, I do agree with you Kiz. and it really is no different IMO to artifact-level works of art. The only difference is that guitars you can actually play, of course. It would be a shame if these iconic instruments were never to be able to be seen by the fans/public ever. Makes me want to go to the Met in NYC, just to see the axes.
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