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Pieman

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    94 AmStd Strat (Fralins), early 70s LP Deluxe goldtop, a number of Talladegas and Talladega Pros, Larivee accoustic
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    1958 Gibson GA6, Super Champ XD, Deluxe Reverb
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    Bad Monkey, Danelectro Daddy-O, MindBender Fuzz, FlyBoys Echo

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  1. The Greg V is for sale $4000 see link The Root Beer Quilt $4000 dead mint I'd have to think about the Jon Herington
  2. Sorry it took so long to post the photo. Left to right 1) Standard Tally Ice Tea Burst ( I can check the COA) 2) The Greg V Duco finish (crackled) (Not the Shawn Tubbs gold top) HB-ers replaced the DDs 3) Standard T Pro Ice Tea Burst ( I can check the COA) 4) The Jon Herington (Steely Dan) T Pro Custom order. Satin finish. Narrow wale. 5) The Root Beer quilt. Imperials. Questions?
  3. I have a photo but it seems to exceed some size requirements. Can somebody tell me how to get this right-sized? I think they are three + meg in size. Thanks.
  4. I can never remember which Korean imports were better than others. Here goes. On Reverb. No affiliation. https://reverb.com/item/26988012-hamer-slammer-series-daytona-90s-blue?utm_source=MarketingCloud&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Transactional+-+Saved+Search+Digest+Feed+Content
  5. will take it , if still available. Are you in area code 216?
  6. Because so few Tallies and T-Pros were built and not passed around much, these are under appreciated guitars. I don't need another one, as I have five. Somebody is getting a heckuva guitar at this price.
  7. Thanks for the Some people, including Carol Kaye, dispute parts of the book, but I found it very interesting. Ranks up there with Geoff Emerick's take on the Beatles at Abbey Road. https://www.amazon.com/Here-There-Everywhere-Recording-Beatles/dp/1592402690/ref=asc_df_1592402690/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312064602668&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=13802202589719976710&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9015307&hvtargid=pla-483266565044&psc=1
  8. Sad. I had a Classic 30, a Classic 50, a Delta Blues. I thought they were well made. Good bang for the buck. The tweed lined up perfectly. How many workers lost their jobs?
  9. The pots are from 1971. But the damned serial # is so faint, I am getting a neck ache trying to decipher it. Seems to be six digits. Is that probably correct? First one could be a 0 or an 8 or maybe a 9 There is some roundness to it The second is impossible to see at all. So it could be first number 0/8/9? second number ? then 9820 I have tried a UV light and a cell phone flash light. This is a real bitch. Thoughts? Thanks
  10. I take it back. For that price, it was a deal. I remember seeing that video Congrats and enjoy>
  11. The Tulsa design pales in comparison to a Talladega. The Dantzig logo, the headstock, the body carve, the "violin" (?) top carve doesn't do it for me. I bet that went for 2x the GC price 1-2 years ago.
  12. No other like this. The only Duco Frost Hamer ever produced. Jol said it took two tries to get it to work. Somewhere there is a blog post of him making the concoction and spraying. Same process applied to The Crow. The guitar is amazing and is in amazing condition. Greg V must have taken exceptional care. I can't see any fret wear. No dings, nicks or scratches. The case is like new. Big neck. I don't know how to measure it. Weighs only 7.45 pounds. It plays like a dream. Time to let it go. This should have been in The Book. Look at the PhotoBucket photo album. Each photo can be seen on its own. Some of the finish is worn down to what maybe was a base coat. The back of the neck looks like molten gold. See the photos. Personally I think it looks better with the wear. It comes with the original Double Ds and the four-way switch. I don't know what brand of humbuckers are in there now. You can hear both the Double Ds and the HBs in the product demos below. $4500 shipped, double boxed and insured. Price will be adjusted downward if you pay with a US post office money order or bank check (not a personal check). Will ship only to US lower 48 buyer. No trades. Photo album https://s384.photobucket.com/user/Pieman_101/Greg%20V%20Talladega/story Blog http://www.buddlejagarden.co.uk/hamerblog/bldec07.htm Product demos HFC post
  13. I have some musician friends in Slovenia. If I brought them some pedals, would they work with European voltage (whatever)? What would it take in terms of power converters? Thanks
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