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mudshark

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About mudshark

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  • Birthday 08/08/1951

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  • guitars
    1994 Daytona, 1994 T-51, 1995 Eclipse, 1995 P-90 Special, 2000 Newport, 1983 Peavey T-25, Peavey PowerSlide, Epiphone Electar Century, 2001 Gibson J-45, 2000 Larrivee D-05, 1961 Gibson LG-0, Seagull S-6 Cedar, The Loar LO-16, The Loar LH-250-SN, Regal RC-51 Tri-Cone Resonator, 1985 Ibanez Roadstar Bass
  • amps
    Deluxe clone head with Geezer 1x12 cabinet, Silvertone 1392, Tech 21 Trademark 60, Orange Micro Terror with Orange 1x8 cabinet, Yamaha GA-10, Roland MicroCube, Pignose, Peavey Century 120 bass head and Peavey Monitor 260 head with Peavey 2x10 cabinet..
  • fx
    Korg Pitchblack Tuner, Boss CS-2 Compressor, BBC Boosta Grande, Boss OD-3 Overdrive, Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer, Visual Sound Liquid Chorus, Voodoo Lab Tremolo, AquaPuss Delay............and...........Hardwire HT-2 Tuner, BBE Bench Press Compressor, Boss BD-2 Blues Driver, Joyo Tremolo, Bos DD-2 Digital Delay ...................and...........Johnson J-Station.........and........DigiTech Genesis3....also use Hermida Reverb or T-Rex Tonebug Reverb on amps with no reverb

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    writing, music, chess, photography

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  1. Sounds like ordering a case might be worth a shot
  2. mudshark

    Guitar Adventures in Vietnam

    That's very nice of you, but please don't ... only the one that was mine would do.
  3. mudshark

    Guitar Adventures in Vietnam

    When I arrived in Vietnam in March 1971, one of my first moves was to buy a no-name guitar from a shifty looking little fellow in Da Nang. After some haggling (an old guy helped me there as I was still a Cherry Boy), I think I paid $15. I got to say that it was a piece of shit. The open tuners would go out of tune after a couple of church licks. There was no truss rod, and the action was insanely high. The strings were like bailing wire. I'm not even sure what the fretboard was made of, but it looked like some sort of cheap laminate. Through good times and bad, that ugly POS was always there for me, and we had some good times jamming with friends playing their POS guitars. Now when somebody went back to the world, it was the custom to souvenir your stuff to the buddies you left behind. Reefers, the small refrigerators we used, were an especially prized item. I souvenired my old POS guitar to my best buddy. Forty-seven years later, I find myself wishing I'd put that old beat up box in my hold baggage. I'd give anything to not be able to keep that damn thing in tune. In quality, that old guitar was No. 10, but in my heart, it will always stay No. 1. I'm pretty sure it would probably be my most prized guitar.
  4. mudshark

    IF YOU COULD KEEP ONLY ONE

    It's a 1942 reissue that I bought new at Dave's Guitar Shop in 2002. Not an old classic but a sweet sounding guitar all the same.
  5. mudshark

    IF YOU COULD KEEP ONLY ONE

    Gibson J-45
  6. mudshark

    What's Spinnin' ..

    From Sonny Boy's 1969 album "Bummer Road" the banter between Sonny Boy and Leonard Chess is priceless ...
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