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Re: My New Stereo for my 60th (reply)
I have a Marantz SR9000G receiver that I run through a DBX3 dynamic range expander (it's necessity is diminished since CD's) into my babies, my JBL L112's. Matching set bought with the other stuff in 1983.
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WaveRay

10/23/14 3:39 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
The Last Resort (Eagles) Where Do The Children Play (Cat Stevens) And my last is offbeat, and not really super acoustic, although it can be: Nothing But Flowers - Davide Byrne/Talking Heads Give that one a listen!
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ThemisSal

10/23/14 3:13 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
I need to add "Streets of London" by Ralph McTell...classic social commentary from the other side of the pond!
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pope858

10/23/14 3:05 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
Almost anything from David Peel and the Lower East Side, John Lennon's favorite NYC band.
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ONE NOBLE

10/23/14 2:17 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
Andre Guitar wrote:I'll throw this one into the ring:"Get Together", a hippie anthem of sorts that the Youngbloods made popular in the 60's. Where this was a great AM hit and many liked it it, was not a hippie anthem.
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ONE NOBLE

10/23/14 2:15 PM
Re: Soundhole Pickup Giveaway (reply)
Does anybody know another way to get a hold od Tim? I haven't been able to reach him yet. Thanks!
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WaveRay

10/23/14 2:09 PM
Re: Ad lacks respect...another lacks information..... (reply)
Davids Harp wrote:RustyStill wrote: That is not an ad, just a video of someone doing a song.  So I guess it stands that the first ad (having nothing to do with the performer or the make/model of guitar or brand of strings, just what...
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RustyStill

10/23/14 2:02 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
We Shall Not Be Moved
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mikeoso

10/23/14 1:47 PM
Re: Sellers remorse (reply)
I had for a short while a mint 1963 Hummingbird that I sold when i could have found the cash to keep it. The guitar i own now I love to death but GAS does hit, but it sez nooooooo don't let me good I will make you regret it!!!! I have...
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ONE NOBLE

10/23/14 1:30 PM
Re: Sellers remorse (reply)
In 1973, I worked in an aluminum factory and came across a guy who sold me a sunburst Stratocaster and an Ampeg amp for $150. The next year, I got into some trouble and sold them both for the same price so I could pay for a lawyer. I was...
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geeterpicker

10/23/14 12:29 PM
Re: Sellers remorse (reply)
I wish I hadn't sold a Brazilian rosewood D-28.  (I sold it before Brazilian rosewood got popular.  I wish I had not sold a Grand Jumbo J12-40E Special because Martin quit making them.  (Maybe it's time to order another custom.  )  I...
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gfspencer

10/23/14 12:09 PM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
While we're at it has anyone mentioned Jimi's Woodstock rendition of "Star Spangled Banner"?
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Delmar

10/23/14 11:03 AM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
Andre Guitar wrote:I'll throw this one into the ring:"Get Together", a hippie anthem of sorts that the Youngbloods made popular in the 60's. Good one! How 'bout Barry McGuire's "On the Eve of Destruction"?
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Delmar

10/23/14 11:01 AM
Re: Name your favorite social protest songs, pick at least 3, don't get into the politics just pick a few... (reply)
I'll throw this one into the ring:"Get Together", a hippie anthem of sorts that the Youngbloods made popular in the 60's.
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Andre Guitar

10/23/14 10:57 AM
Re: Bad Guitar Day: a guitar with a dubious history (reply)
Pounds of manure. It looked like a standard D45 to me. No label, but I would have sworn it was EIRW. He was so proud of that pickup, too.
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Scottish Thistledown

10/23/14 10:33 AM
Re: Ad lacks respect...another lacks information..... (reply)
This thread is still alive....?
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jscio

10/23/14 9:32 AM
Re: Bad Guitar Day: a guitar with a dubious history (reply)
....35,000 pounds of what?
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jscio

10/23/14 9:24 AM
Re: Bad Guitar Day: a guitar with a dubious history (reply)
"I saw a 5 yr old D-45 with a huge barn-door preamp installed. The owner was very proud that he had put it in himself. He claimed the back and sides were Brazilian and wanted £35,000." Oh, my. And I just realized you said POUNDS, not...
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MartinPlayer

10/23/14 8:25 AM
Re: Bad Guitar Day: a guitar with a dubious history (reply)
I had a chance to buy a 1955 D18 last summer. Unfortunately the owner fancied himself a luthier. He was well-intentioned, but had added varnish to all the places where the finish had been worn or scratched. The 'buckle rash' on the back...
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MartinPlayer

10/23/14 8:24 AM
Re: Bad Guitar Day: a guitar with a dubious history (reply)
I saw a 5 yr old D-45 with a huge barn-door preamp installed. The owner was very proud that he had put it in himself. He claimed the back and sides were Brazilian and wanted £35,000...  
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Scottish Thistledown

10/23/14 6:56 AM

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