Hi from Scotland!

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  1. ziess

    ziess Member

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    Hi there! Just thought I'd check in since I've never really posted here before.
    Here's a quick pic of what I was messing with this afternoon;

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    '54 Gretsch
    '62 Deluxe
    '57 Bassman clone with '57 P10Rs
    EHX DMM
    ZVex Box of Rock and Super Hard On
    Lehle Little Dual.

    Tommy.
     
  2. archtopjazz

    archtopjazz Gold Supporting Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Hi Tommy,

    Welcome to TGP.

    Jim
     
  3. RR59CMS

    RR59CMS Member

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    Very nice !! Welcome from Colorado !!
     
  4. straightblues

    straightblues Member

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    Nice looking gear. My wife is from Scotland. I know how expensive gear is over there. Enjoy it.
     
  5. Rusty G.

    Rusty G. Gold Supporting Member

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    Welcome to TGP from Louisiana. Scotland is a beautiful country. Which part do you live in?
     
  6. ziess

    ziess Member

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    Hey guys, I live just outside Glasgow.
    Most of my gear I have shipped over from the States!
     
  7. Ken I

    Ken I Gold Supporting Member

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    Welcome aboard!
     
  8. Solcat

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    Do you think that Craig Ferguson is losing his accent?
     
  9. ziess

    ziess Member

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    Who?
     
  10. Melj

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    :)

    I'd say so..
     
  11. straightblues

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    Here is the hot tip. Look for cheap flights over to any major city in the US. Come over and enjoy your holiday. Then bring one or two used Fender or Gibson's back home and sell them. They will pay for the whole trip. Or if you want a new guitar, come over and get it. You will get it cheaper here and you will get a free holiday. (buy used and tell customs you brought them with you on your trip.) I always take a couple guitar to sell every time I go to Scotland.
     
  12. DGTCrazy

    DGTCrazy Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome! I play in a band with 2 Native Scott's................... unfortunately.... it took me a while to finally understand what the heck they were saying to me before I knew what key we were in...LOL
     
  13. hop

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    Scotland's great!

    I went to grad school at Univ. Aberdeen and brought all of the requisite surf/ski/bike gear I thought I might need with me. When I left I sold all of my kit to people at ridiculously low Scottish prices, then when I got home I took the £££ I made, exchanged for $$$, re-bought everything I just sold and still had money left over.
     
  14. Pa'ani

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    Greetings Ziess,

    Welcome to The Gear Page!
     
  15. Scott Peterson

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    Welcome to TGP!
     

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