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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    Hey! I found one for you!



    Oh wait, yeah - I'm keeping that one. OTOH, I have 3 children, aged 13, 11, & 9. All are in near mint condition and are hard workers.
    Thats gorgeous!
    Enjoy Your Balls!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Jason View Post
    That comment just adds insult to injury as I have been hunting an AL mm90 for quite a while. Without any result. Looks like all the guys who own a cool one would rather sell their kids. ..
    Dude, this one's been listed for weeks...it's just like mine...almost....

    Ernie Ball Music Man Albert Lee MM90! Beautiful in Black! As | Reverb

    and this one...

    Music Man Albert Lee MM90 Limited | Reverb


    **oops.... I forgot you're....way over there. I suppose shipping might be an issue.... sorry....
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    Enjoy Your Balls!!!

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    Thanks for the links. I had tracked both. But the DD doesn't have a trem and black is a bit "boring" to me... Arrangements can always be made as I have friends in the US who can always ship to me.
    AL SSS BFR Pinkburst
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    Hey! I found one for you!



    Oh wait, yeah - I'm keeping that one. OTOH, I have 3 children, aged 13, 11, & 9. All are in near mint condition and are hard workers.
    This hurts...
    AL SSS BFR Pinkburst
    AL SSS PDN 2014 Neptune Blue
    AL HH PDN 2016 Starry Night
    AL MM90 Black

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    We use the M steel Hybrid set. #2922 Very Complimentary to this guitar. The Cutlass really responds to that extra bump in the low end that M steel strings provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek View Post
    We use the M steel Hybrid set. #2922 Very Complimentary to this guitar. The Cutlass really responds to that extra bump in the low end that M steel strings provide.
    Gotcha. Thanks for the info.

    Can you tell me if the nut will accomodate 10-46 without needing a recut or will it need to be reslotted at tad?

    Many thanks,

    B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgs View Post
    Gotcha. Thanks for the info.

    Can you tell me if the nut will accomodate 10-46 without needing a recut or will it need to be reslotted at tad?

    Many thanks,

    B
    The nut is cut for the .26 .36 and .46 already so 10-46 is perfect. If you go to .11-48 and .10-52 Slinky strings I would address the nut to make it play flawless.

    thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek View Post
    The nut is cut for the .26 .36 and .46 already so 10-46 is perfect. If you go to .11-48 and .10-52 Slinky strings I would address the nut to make it play flawless.

    thx
    That's fab advice. Thanks, Derek. Much appreciated. I feel welcome here already. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgs View Post
    I feel welcome here already. Cheers.
    There's a few ockers about - and you'll get used to the accents of the rest of us!

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    Welcome aboard, Brett!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kestrou View Post
    There's a few ockers about - and you'll get used to the accents of the rest of us!

    Kevin
    Thanks, Kevin! I'll do my best to decipher as I'm sure you will. Cheers.

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    Welcome aboard, Brett!
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    If it's cool with you guys, I'm just going to go ahead and post all videos featuring EBMM guitars (and there will be many... hundreds, probably) right here in this thread. At least I have a cornerstone now. Cool?

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    Works for me!
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    Please do!!!
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    Absolutely - and welcome!!!
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