I don't think you know what "forgery" or "literally" mean.
Look them up, only takes a sec.
Do you publish your fiction as well?
You are bad at both math and history.
We shall call you a 'guitar teacher'.
Yeah, I try to eat healthy foods, taste is not always crucial.
Children hesitate to try new things, and want only their favourites or are unhappy....
Familiar, soft foods with immediate hits of sugar and salt are much more comforting and superficially satisfying than foods designed with...
Because his personal distaste for Gabe's instruments after fixing the poor finish has nothing to do with the new buyer's experience, only the...
So you believe the buyer of this guitar had the facts hidden from him by Joe and Rumbleseat Music?
And you believe Joe risked his relationship...
So you really have nothing but some odd niggling dislike for a professional guitarist that does not know you at all. Interesting.
You think having to repair the finish is a "nightmare" that Joe is hiding from the new owner?
Do you believe that a customer paying thousands of...
So if you don't actually know anything about the transaction, why do you pretend like you do?
None of that actually happened, lol- finish is clearly not mint, it is not on consignment, and his Gibson copy was authorized, not a forgery.
Is the EP listed as mint?
Are you saying Rumbleseat concealed the fact that the guitar has finish damage?
Hint: The buyer would have more information about the guitar than Joe's brief note.
No mention on the note.
Is that all the information the buyer had available?
How do you know that?
Ah, my mistake, thanks.
No longer JB's at any rate.
Maybe the problem has been remedied?
If anyone is upset at the sale, take it up with gbase, it's their guitar.
Thanks for posting.
I use hard cases for Gibsons, gig bags for Fenders and variations.
Is there a gig bag robust enough to protect a twelve pound Les Paul...
Condiments. Bath salts and pepper spray.
Not even close IMO.
In Florida they would actually be human burgers.
I only know him from Flight Of The Conchords.
He was pretty funny on that:
Some guy on the internet is just who I need to mull this over with so I appreciate your comments.
Our old table developed beautiful polished areas...
The marine industry does seem to be a major consumer of teak.
Yeah, it gets silver and slightly 'hairy' if it's not treated IIRC.
If it's oily can...