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About RacerX

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  • Birthday 03/25/1961

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  • guitars
    80 Standard, 78 Sunburst, 80's Franken-Vintage S, Bunch-o-Cali's, and a few other non Hamer toys.
  • amps
    Rack-o-plenty, 58 Princeton, Pignose
  • fx
    smoke and mirrors

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    Vintage guitars
    Other interests: Early penny arcade machnes, pinball, slots, early mechanical music machines, music boxes, nickelodeons.
    And Motorsports, F1/IndyCar/ALMS/Vintage racing.

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  1. Looks like It has an early G&L trem, but...with sustain block style saddles?
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  3. Totally cool. 66hp @ 17,000rpm pushing a 260lb bike in 1967... Must have devistated the competition. Mark
  4. WHAT? No Sharkfin??? Any interest in a run of 358 (fender jazz teardrop) in medium? Mark ps: holoskull finish too?
  5. Piano, like this... and this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khJaHNocYK0
  6. Interesting, I had a Legend 1x12 combo and a head (both the Rock&Roll 50 model) years ago. Ran the head through a Orange 4x12. I liked them but got guff from my buddies because I didn't use Marshalls. They looked sort of boogie-ish with the cane grill and natural wood cabs (oak) and sounded Marshall-y. I remember always having the "boost" switched in since the amp thined out too much for me without it. My 1x12 combo was in NOS shape with the original cover, manual, schmatic, even the foot switch was still in the plastic baggy...and it took me a YEAR to sell it!!! NO legend love back then Mark.
  7. Never heard that one, and I've owned several '79 Standards myself that were perfect. Could you be thinking about the earlier neck twisting on some of the pre-3pc neck Sunbursts or issues with the early 8 and 12 string (single truss rod) basses? True it's more of a sunburst thing, but I have seen a couple really small neck standards in this # range, one I played a couple years ago had a slight twist, but played fine with no tuning issues. It was the string gauge comment that scared me, I can't play hamers with springy necks. Could just be a setup/trussrod thing, but I sure would want to test drive this one first... Hope this one turns out ok for the new owner.
  8. This is a great amp, used to be mine. Does the regular Boogie singing/sustaining gain thing that they are famous for But what REALLY knocked me out was the clean and slightly cookin' tones you can get from this amp. Very rich and thick, and I think the Imbuya (sp?) cabinet adds some snap and presence to the warmth to build a nice mix. The way the 3way EQ switch works, eq always on/eq always off/eq footswitchable. Easy to use the eq as a solo boost with the f/s. I should also mention this amp is LOUD, and nice lookin in the living room...
  9. I like the raw neck feel, so I'd be tempted to leave that. I think I'd rock it just as it sits!
  10. Thanks guys, I went with a Panasonic bd60. Hooked it up last night and watched SpeedRacer on BR...just killer. Really shows off the 1080p Plasma. I tried an older (2000) Dream Theater standard dvd and it was without question better that my old dvd player (which still looked pretty good). Mark.
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