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Mr Fuzzy

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About Mr Fuzzy

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    Inner Circle
  • Birthday 10/01/1965

Previous Fields

  • guitars
    Korina Vector 2004 & 2005, Korina Standard 1995, Archtop Custom 1996, Special FM 1997, Special TV Yellow 1994, Special white 1993, Centaura USA 1990, Hamer Newport Pro 2000, Hamer Newport 2003
  • amps
    1965 Fender Princeton Reverb, 1952 Fender Champ, 1966 Fender Bandmaster, Fender Super Champ, Mesa Boogie MK IV, 1965 Supro Tremoverb, 1965 Ampeg Jet, 1965 Ampeg Reverberocket 2, Ampeg V4, Marshall JCM 800, Sovtek MIG 50, ZVEX Nano amp, Mission 5e3,
  • fx
    RMC 3LE, MXR Envelope Filter, Ibanez TS 808, MXR Phase 90, Custom Univibe Clone, Foxrox ZIM, Custom Distortion, Frantone Vibutron, MXR Chorus, Foxrox TZF, StroboStomp, Maxon AD-900, Roland RE-201 Space Echo

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  • Location
    NYC
  • Interests
    Award winning Graphic Artist., tainting pop culture in my own special way.

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  1. Hello Mr Fuzzy,

    Hope that you are well. Just thought I would reach out and give it another shot at seeing if you are interested in selling me back the maple topped Hamer Newport Pro that I sold to you ten years ago?

    Let me know.

    Thanks, Cam

    (206) 228-0321

    greenmanstone@gmail.com

  2. Brooks, Best Wishes and Get well soon.
  3. I like to summon the dogs with my cheesetastic 31 fret Hondo.
  4. Do not drop the dispute. Keep your money. That Wilkinson should do the trick. Sometimes manufacturers get held up for unforeseen circumstances. That is understandable, but he should ship to you as a sign of good faith and then you can pay him. (my guess is that would never happen) Paypal has a vendor policy that the seller must ship product within 7 days of purchase. MannMade did not hold up their end of the Paypal business agreement. I got hosed by WB Pickups, (14 months and still no PUPS). The king of excuses and unforeseen circumstances. All I can say about his current dilemma is "Karma is
  5. The Basics by the master. Amazon link
  6. Luckily I have avoided SOS hype and problems due to heads up threads like these.
  7. Walk over the Brooklyn Bridge before sunset, Go to Grimaldi's Pizza under the bridge on the Brooklyn side. Walk back after sunset. Great views. Staten Island Ferry - Ride to SI then stay on and ride back. Nice views and FREE South Street Seaport. Food. and if your not squeamish check out the BODIES exhibit. $26 approx. Creepy and fascinating 55 Bar Thursdays - Wayne Krantz Lombardi's Pizza on Spring St. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The fee is SUGGESTED donation. Actually you can pay whatever you like. After the Museum hang out in Central Park If you are a carnivore. Hit up a good Steakhou
  8. I guess because some collector got a boner because it is in the The Original Longbox packaging. Man I gave that CD away years ago. Oh alas the longbox was long gone.. I couldn't stand Vernon Reid's crappy buzzsaw guitar sound. Plus the douchetastic preachyness of "Open letter to a Landlord"
  9. I had a 75 Pacer. Weird car for sure. It had issues because it was originally designed as a front wheel drive car with a Wankel rotary engine. Unfortunately there were last minute changes to the design,. The engine was changed to a straight six and a total rear wheel drive train redesign. I wish I still had the car. Mine was in very good shape. I scored it cheaply and really only used it for one summer, because the tranny on my Monty Carlo went (the car was not worth fixing), and I needed something to get to work during summer break while living at my parents between semesters. (It was cheaper
  10. Yep, from what I know, the current Am Standards have two point trems (whatever that means LOL!). Those newer American Standard trems are kind of a hybrid. They have the 2 point fulcrum piviots, and the vintage style bent steel saddles like the vintage 6 screw pivot trem. I personally like the original cast AM Stand. saddles. They held the string in a groove for less sideways movement on the saddle, which you get with the vintage style bent steel saddles when you slack the strings from trem use. The things that work for me to keep a Strat in tune are: A graphtech trem nut (Lubricating graphite
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