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GuitarGuy65

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  • Birthday May 23

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    1981 Hamer Bound Vector, 1985 Hamer Electraglide SMG, 1996 Hamer Duo-Tone, plus PRS, Suhr, Gibson, Fender, Rickenbacker, Epiphone, Taylor, and Jackson guitars.
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    Mesa Boogie, Hughes & Kettner, Vox, and Quilter

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    Denver, CO

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  1. I dig the eastern Indian-inspired riffs, very hypnotic and great tone! Cool solo in the middle too... Nice!!! 😎
  2. My INXS Tribute band Devil INXSide had our 2nd post-Covid gig this past Friday night at the historic Oriental Theater here in Denver to a capacity crowd. Just another spectacular show and the response we're getting is amazing! Folks really missed live music and dig INXS even more than I thought they would! 😁
  3. Thanks Rob, I've always loved Tin Machine and Reeves Gabrels... 😁
  4. The original rock band I've played with since 1994, Grim World Legacy, just did our first (well, technically 2nd) self-produced video for a song off our pending 4th album. The song is named "Peculiar" and our bassist is a professional video producer and put this together. I'm blown away since we filmed it all on our own cell phone cameras with some special lighting effects. Wanted to share it with the group here too and we're pretty excited about it. I trust all of your opinions more than any of the other forum I visit so hope everyone enjoys it!
  5. My INXS tribute Devil INXSide had our first show (we formed right before Covid hit and had several shows cancelled) back on May 14th and it was awesome, a packed house of about 200-250 people and everyone loved it. We have another show coming up in 2 weeks and should be great too as it's at a very cool restored theater here in one of Denver's trendiest areas, the Highlands (show is at the Oriental Theater). Here's a few shots from our first show too (I'm playing my US Select Tele in both shots here):
  6. My INXS tribute Devil INXSide had our first show (we formed right before Covid hit and had several shows cancelled) back on May 14th and it was awesome, a packed house of about 200-250 people and everyone loved it. We have another show coming up in 2 weeks and should be great too as it's at a very cool restored theater here in one of Denver's trendiest areas, the Highlands (show is at the Oriental Theater). Here's a shot from our first show too (I'm on the far left playing one of my Suhrs):
  7. ROTFLOL! My father (RIP) worked for Monkey-Wards for 30 years and I had a few Globals, one that was a cool Les Paul looking short scale bass... They were pretty crappy guitars no doubt but I still wish I had that funky bass around. It was black with the typical plywood body and 2 chrome humbuckers like a guitar... I also had a 100 watt solid state Monkey-Wards amp that was freaking loud but no "clipping" like my buddies Stage amp, which made his much cooler. I hadn't heard the term "clipping" in years and it gave me flashbacks!!! 😂
  8. Beautiful guitar, congrats! I'm a huge PRS fan and have a 594 Double Cut semi hollow myself (in addition to a slew of Custom 24's among others). Enjoy it!
  9. Sorry I missed this post! Do you still need assistance? Let me know...
  10. Easy to tell too as the Hamer logo isn't in the right position compared to the original one... Sure would love to have Standard # 0000 though!!! 😎
  11. Gorgeous and love the specs too! Congrats!!!🤘
  12. The neck is what they describe as "Modern Elliptical - .800-.850" so it's definitely not a thick neck but feels great to my hands. I like fixed bridges too but always tend to gravitate to fiddles with trems on them. Just can't get enough of those whammy bars, and it's just a different feel with a Tele-style body but carved up like a Strat...🤘
  13. I've found that I'd been grabbing my Suhr Standard Pro when going out for rehearsals or just sitting around the house practicing, as the playability, resonance and tone just continue to impress me. I started to look around for a Tele-style Suhr to compliment it and discovered a limited run of Suhr Modern T's at Humbucker Music and fell in love with this one and the color combo. Just got it earlier this week and it's among the most comfortable guitars I've ever played, and the Thornbucker pickups sound like hi-fi pickups to me, superb clarity in both full and split modes... The satin finish on the neck feels sublime and the overall playability is as good as it gets. Mahogany back and neck with flamed maple top and thick rosewood board with clay dots. I've always been a fan of the boutique style makers such as early Hamers and PRS, and now I must say that Suhrs are right there among them. The build quality reminds me of early Jacksons, which IMO were among the most detail-oriented ever... Haven't even taken my own pics yet but here are a few from Humbucker of my new beast in Aqua Blue Gradient (along with a quick photo of my Standard Pro just to show it off 😁)
  14. I love my Suhr Standard Plus and it's typically the first fiddle I grab these days when stepping out for jams or rehearsals. That one is just gorgeous and I'm sure it plays and sounds as good as it looks. Congrats! 🤘
  15. On those Specials the neck humbucker is flipped from the factory. I've seen several of them and all have been that way. Super-cool fiddles there Django49, and I especially love that Santana... Stunning guitar and great top and finish. GLWS!
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