Forgive me, for I have crossbred a guitar with a motel sign and a dinette set...

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  1. John Backlund

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  2. 5E3

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    Ha! :rotflmao

    Good one! :AOK
     
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    Man, where were you in '58?

    You missed your market.
     
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    That is very cool.
     
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    ...and a kitchen appliance.
     
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    Rumble Instrumental Rocker Silver Supporting Member

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    That's cool! ...and if you don't mind me asking, what software are you using?
     
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    So what gives better tone, Wilsonart or Formica?
     
  11. John Backlund

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    PC with Corel Paint Shop Pro X...nothing guitar-specific.
     
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    Definately! but I'm not sure which one.
     
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    Probably would have missed it then too, heck! everyone was playing pretty much the same thing in 1958 as they do today, strats and teles etc, etc, etc. Now they're all classics....then they were contemporary. This thing would still have been considered nuts in '58.
     
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    I will pay you one million dollars for this...not really, but that's awesome :)
     
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    Does it come with a set of the most funkiest shades?


    Stike-
    "So what gives better tone, Wilsonart or Formica?"

    Formica, it's the wave of the future you know.
     
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    If it played and sounded great, I'd buy it.
     
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    I want one !! that's just plain kick ass - Junior Brown should play that.
     
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    I'll make him a special 'guit-steel' version of it.

    It'll have a little hatch in the back that holds a pint of potato salad and some plastic spoons.
     
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    You would appreciate the British '60's Wilson Ranger designed by Charlie Watkins for Woolworths (I like the shape).
    Best, Pete.
     

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