Did somebody say McInturff?

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by Woodshed, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. Woodshed

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    I've already posted a link to that yesterday in the other Mcinturff thread...but maybe it deserves it's own.
     
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    Some really cool guitars that alot of people will overlook. Maybe we should form a co-op to purchase the lot and pass them around. ;)

    Scott
     
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    People have already jokingly hinted at that on the Mcinturff forum.

    I think he'd have a better chance of splitting the lot up.
     
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    I'm totally gassing for the SSH Taurus
     
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    That sportster is so nice. I'd take it home with me if I could.
     
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    I'm a sucker for Polaris' either pro or standard.

    Scott
     
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    That 'Pro is purty & I sure do miss my old 'supernatural' one. Got a rippin', trans cherry Polaris on the way, tho.

    That TOL is just talking to me, but, hell, I can't afford a 'production' one, let alone the proto. Shame.
     
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    The FLE would be the winner for me out of that lot. The res of them would be fine instruments to have handy, but they wouldn't see a lot of action. The FLE is where it's at. A shame there's only 30 of them...hard for people to know what they're all about without proliferation :)
     
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    The FLEs rule, Rob! I picked mine up at the Holly Springs shop & we ripped up thru Terry's H&K Duotone over a few beers. Killer guitars & EVERYBODY who's played ol' #5 was left droolin'.

    The FLE Proto is deffo noice, tho I need that TOL. Played a peacock TOL at FnJ2 & that guitar is still in my head.
     
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    As you know, I have 2 FLE's (I'm a FLE slut like that...lol). I'd be happy forever and always with them, but I really have a jonze for a Terrycaster, or that silly Gemini that Willcutt just received, so I'm selling Supernatural #27. It's the one pictured with my Wizard rig :).

    I'm leaning towards Terrycaster in TV White if Terry will do it.
     

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