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Steve Haynie

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About Steve Haynie

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  • guitars
    1982 Sunburst, 1982 Cruise Bass, 1983 Blitz Bass, 1989 Chaparral Bass, 1990 Chaparral 5 String Bass, 1992 Special, 1993 Special, 1995 Chaparral 8 String Bass, 1995 Korina Standard, 1996 Korina Special, 1997 Korina Vector
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    Frankenstein Fenders
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    ehx, MXR, Catalinbread, and Deep Trip

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  1. The Blitz had beveled edges on the body. It could not be turned into a bound Standard. The hockey stick headstock is not common on a Blitz, but some were made that way. Even if a 90's Hamer USA Standard were considered "vintage" it would be expensive. A refin would be an added cost. The headstock would be wrong. 12th fret dots would not be correct.
  2. Does your wife have understanding, compassion, and empathy for that malady known as GAS? That is what is most important right now.
  3. There is no option to format the memory card in the set up menu on my camera. The end.
  4. The camera has no formatting utility.
  5. There is no format option in the camera.
  6. This whole thing sounds a little off. Lita Ford is offering replicas of Salt and Pepper. Here is the odd part. The guitars are supposed to be real Hamers that have been modified to look like Lita's guitars. From the web site we have this. Look at the prices of the guitars being sold. $4000 and $4500. To buy an old Standard then do work on it, like a refinish, those prices seem suspicious. A refin would drop the price of a four digit Standard. A more recent Standard could be bought and reworked within those prices, but it would not be the same.
  7. I did try a different SD card in the camera. Windows Explorer would not show it. That alternate card can be read when it is in a SanDisk Cruiser that I bought in 2003. The original card from the camera cannot. It is the card, camera or both.
  8. I just tried that. It still did not work.
  9. Thanks. The option of "ask me every time" is selected. Nothing changed there. My camera is a Coolpix S7000. I will be seeing a friend and we will find out if the camera and his computer can communicate.
  10. I do not have those options in setup. A battery just died, so I switched batteries thinking there might be a problem there. The old battery should have recharged as long as the camera was plugged in. I have tried restarting the computer. Nothing changed with the camera problem. My little camera may have to go back to Nikon.
  11. I tried a different cable this morning. No luck. I tried putting a different SD card in the camera. No luck. The problem is in the camera. It will not connect with either SD card. The camera's SD card may have gone bad. All I am going to lose is about 30 or so photos of Bill Kirchen and Redd Volkaert that were taken from the front row. This is not good, but not the end of the world.
  12. Hamer unseen now. Video unavailable.
  13. I have tried other USB ports. I have also been able to plug in a USB flash drive that was immediately recognized. It is not possible to update the camera driver if the computer will not see the camera when it is plugged in. I will have to ask a friend to try it on his machine.
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