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    People like that really do miss the point. A...

    People like that really do miss the point. A person of JP's musicianship, likely your own as well, certainly can appreciate what another guitarist can bring to the table playing wise. Regardless of...
  2. Thread: Passing on

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    I'd like to think that at least a couple will be...

    I'd like to think that at least a couple will be kept by family, as some guitars do end up being quite a personal thing. Blood, sweat and tears on certain ones.

    Then I think, but they might just...
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    Love the tux with the studded strap... that's so...

    Love the tux with the studded strap... that's so metal! ;)
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    All of my guitars seem to be named "my guitar."...

    All of my guitars seem to be named "my guitar." As in, "hand me my guitar," "who knocked over my guitar," "why is my guitar out of tune, "who let the drummer touch my guitar," "why does my guitar...
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    Alas, no GC here in Canadia

    Alas, no GC here in Canadia
  6. Thread: Convince Me

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    Jeeze, a floyd takes about 2 extra minutes of my...

    Jeeze, a floyd takes about 2 extra minutes of my time. It's non-floating, so I don't even see the issue. Floating floyd's I can understand, they are a bitch to tune. The tuning stability is well...
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    I've seen him on a few other forums as well,...

    I've seen him on a few other forums as well, always for sale ads. I don't think he really contributes anything other than that for the most part. I believe his sales are always straight up though,...
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    The only time it would be of any value is when...

    The only time it would be of any value is when the Floyd nut was unlocked. When locked, you can cut the strings off behind the nut with cutters, and the guitar will still be in tune and playable.
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    Depends for me. If I'm playing mainly rhythm...

    Depends for me. If I'm playing mainly rhythm guitar then I can live with a little discomfort if the tone is there. If I'm in a lead situation I really need to have a guitar that I can play very well...
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    They actually have quite few models that are not...

    They actually have quite few models that are not on the site or in catalogs that you can order. Mostly older models.
  11. Question: Sorry, details are all on the last page of the...

    Sorry, details are all on the last page of the Musicman guitars for sale sticky thread.
  12. Question: This one is for sale....

    This one is for sale.
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    Off Topic: GC has nothing on Long & MacQuade here in...

    GC has nothing on Long & MacQuade here in Canada... they claim to employ musicians as salespeople but my god, some of these guys are just unreal. I'd have better luck buying a car at a hospital.
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    Question: Totally can recommend the Pitchblack. I bought...

    Totally can recommend the Pitchblack. I bought the standard and the plus model, sold my Peterson. Very impressed, and it looks cool too.
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    Yup... he's 100% right on that. When changing...

    Yup... he's 100% right on that. When changing strings once I cut the strings off behind the lock nut before, and the guitar stayed in tune and was perfectly playable for a while. Nothing changed.
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    Take off eh! You hoser.

    Take off eh! You hoser.
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    Can't recall who, but I believe someone else on...

    Can't recall who, but I believe someone else on the forum deserves credit for that one. Maybe it was BP?
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    Don't you mean Canuckleheads? ;) Indeed, much...

    Don't you mean Canuckleheads? ;)

    Indeed, much Canadian beer will be consumed, and my Axis will be played loudly.
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    TC Pedal gets my vote.

    TC Pedal gets my vote.
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    Isn't the case designed to have space for the...

    Isn't the case designed to have space for the trem and not depress the bridge? Old EVH cases were like this, as are Axis cases.

    As for 10's, you'll probably have to tighten the trem springs a bit,...
  21. Ads with Luke and Morse way back. I didn't pay...

    Ads with Luke and Morse way back. I didn't pay too much attention, but was aware of the brand. Later, when the EVH came out I truly investigated them. Had an EVH that I ended up selling. Later, I...
  22. Only thing I've noticed over the years with EB/MM...

    Only thing I've noticed over the years with EB/MM guitars is that after a while of hanging in shops, some of them tend to have a bit of fret-sprout. I suppose due to the unfinished neck and lack of...
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    Eh? Billy Idol should not cover VH tunes....

    Eh? Billy Idol should not cover VH tunes....
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    My cat, usually. Which, by the way, is not the...

    My cat, usually. Which, by the way, is not the one in my pic.
  25. Thread: EBMM models

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    Axis, I play mainly rock/hard rock, though the...

    Axis, I play mainly rock/hard rock, though the Axis can do some mean blues tones with the amp dialed in just right as well.
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