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Double Fantasy in Atlantic Blue...Sweet Lord!

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by JingleJungle, Dec 8, 2005.

  1. JingleJungle

    JingleJungle Member

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    May I tip my hat to Mr Bob Wilcutt for having such great attributes as to order something like THIS??
    It's so ridiculously beautiful I could cry.
    The "all-bling-no-sing" does NOT apply to this one, I'm afraid. I know it will sound as scary as it looks...
    Is the lucky new owner amongs our esteemed fellowship?
    If so, is he willing to take a step forward and introduce himself?
    ... Man, I don't know you personally - I can only say...you'd better keep this 'un under lock and key!!! :dude


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  2. MOJO

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    WOW sweet..love the figured front and back
     
  3. JingleJungle

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    That's all I have, folks - and it ain't more than paper illusions.
    Bob is going to get the real stuff... let's hope he posts it here.

    JJ
     
  4. koamarlin

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    What a waste !!! :Devil
    Most of the time that incredible backside will be scratched by a belt buckle or a pair of worn out jeans....:jo ;)
     
  5. JingleJungle

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    C'mon... always such a pessimist ;)
    Maybe it will be played hung up on the wall for all you know :D !
    (although I pray not)...

    Haaaappy Sunday, folks
     
  6. TNJ

    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    That rosewood is pretty sweet too!
    Nice,
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  7. JingleJungle

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    She could be yours, hehehehe :Devil
    Rounds up your collection of serious guitties :D

    JJ
     
  8. woodytone

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    Wow! this guitar is really classic!
    Can I say I love the no inlay look.
    Will buy a Huber one day! :)
     
  9. Fantom1

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    Beautiful guitar no doubt about it, but does this seem pretty close to a JG to anyone else?
     
  10. JingleJungle

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    Sorree... It don't look like one to me.
    And I'm definitely looking forward to a JG myself so my heart knows I ain't lying! :)
    Johann's stuff has a very different vibe to it.

    JJ
     
  11. TNJ

    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    JingleJungle,
    Yes, you are correct sir!
    I'll keep it in mind.
    (hard not to)
    S.
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