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Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
MichiD28 wrote:MikeHalloran wrote:>Well Mike, apparently the red one you saw was the one he bronzed.< I'm not so certain but could be. The red one had a white pickguard and may have had a rosewood fretboard (1974 was a loooong time...
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MikeHalloran

03/27/17 11:13 PM
Re: Howdy from the new guy! (reply)
Welcome aboard!
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jscio

03/27/17 10:23 PM
Re: Guitar Support (reply)
Thank you very much gentlemen. I think that's where I'll head as well. A dynarette and a light strap.
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HNS

03/27/17 10:00 PM
How to pick the right materials for your "optimal sound" - interesting read (reply)
Very interesting read Reg. Thanks for sharing. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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HNS

03/27/17 9:43 PM
Howdy from the new guy! (topic)
Finally got my membership approved so now I can introduce myself.  I have two Martins right now, both X Series guitars that I use for performing.  I came to Martin very late in life because I've always been a Gibson guy (gasp, I know...
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Micks Picks

03/27/17 9:01 PM
How to pick the right materials for your "optimal sound" - interesting read (topic)
This is a really interesting article for those looking into a custom or for those trying to decide on their next guitar:http://acousticguitar.com/a-tonewood-primer-how-to-pick-the-right-materials-for-your-optimal-sound/ Enjoy!
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Gouchi

03/27/17 8:32 PM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
MikeHalloran wrote:>Well Mike, apparently the red one you saw was the one he bronzed.< I'm not so certain but could be. The red one had a white pickguard and may have had a rosewood fretboard (1974 was a loooong time ago). Those...
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MichiD28

03/27/17 8:30 PM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
Well, Mike, there could be any number of reasons that explain your failure to closely examine Mr. Young's nostril on that occasion. Doug
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jnomos

03/27/17 7:39 PM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
I was there and didn't notice.
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MikeHalloran

03/27/17 6:16 PM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
If memory serves, that was Neil Young's nose that they had to doctor up in the film.Doug
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jnomos

03/27/17 3:48 PM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
>Well Mike, apparently the red one you saw was the one he bronzed.< I'm not so certain but could be. The red one had a white pickguard and may have had a rosewood fretboard (1974 was a loooong time ago). Those are easy to change on...
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MikeHalloran

03/27/17 3:35 PM
Re: Best video camera under $500 for recording music performances? (reply)
I have a significant birthday in a couple of weeks. I'm hoping the Birthday Fairy might bring me one!
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JayBee1404

03/27/17 6:32 AM
Re: Guitar Support (reply)
'most all my gtrs have an affixed strap that helps support when seated, totally supports if standing. Each is custom-length to the particular gtr and [for me] nicely complements the knee/stomach/etc touch-points
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Jim Behnke

03/27/17 4:06 AM
Re: Guitar Support (reply)
it's not a bad idea to learn to play, sitting up straight, using a strap, so the guitar is about the same position, as if you were standing. If you do this, you'll be real glade the first time you stand to play. It'd also be nice not...
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HD28 Player

03/27/17 3:44 AM
Re: Fender Robbie Robertson Last Waltz Guitar Reissue (reply)
Well Mike, apparently the red one you saw was the one he bronzed. I just happened to see the entire The Last Waltz film on PBS today, that was originally show on the 40th Anniversary last November and hawking the deluxe 4 CD set, which...
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OneMansGuitar

03/27/17 1:23 AM
Re: Best video camera under $500 for recording music performances? (reply)
Uncle Dude wrote:JayBee1404 wrote:What about one of these? That looks great. The zoom stuff is very good for the money. Wow! That is so freakin' cool and cheap. Wish I had a legitimate use for it.
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playlefty

03/26/17 11:05 PM
Re: Customs Question! (reply)
Dave, I started to mention the Ivory burnings in Africa (in at least two countries that I know of) but I was afraid of getting too far off the subject.  I'm glad you did bring it up.  One African country has also had a "one time" sale of...
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Buck49

03/26/17 10:25 PM
Re: Customs Question! (reply)
Buck49 wrote: They told me that contraband was 'destroyed'...I was told that 'destruction' was usually by means of burning.I do not personally know of any guitar that has been confiscated (that doesn't mean it hasn't happened...it just...
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kydave

03/26/17 10:18 PM
Re: Customs Question! (reply)
They told me that contraband was 'destroyed'...I was told that 'destruction' was usually by means of burning.I do not personally know of any guitar that has been confiscated (that doesn't mean it hasn't happened...it just means I don't...
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Buck49

03/26/17 10:05 PM
Re: Guitar Support (reply)
I have a NeckUp in the closet somewhere. I use a Dynarette daily. It's simple, easy and effective.
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AKA Frosty

03/26/17 9:35 PM
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