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    Someone sold me 10 years worth of Guitar World, Guitar School, Guitar Player and other guitar magazines from 1990-2000. $30 bucks.

    It's.....kind of awesome!
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  • #2
    Cool?
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    • #3
      wtf


      I would pay someone $30 to pick up my metric ton of guitar rags

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      • #4
        Great score ! I remember when Guitar mags were the only connection to the guitar community. I would pine at my mailbox for each issue.

        I recently had to repurchase a load of magazines and reading them for me is pure nostalgia. Enjoy.
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        • #5
          Great score ! I remember when Guitar mags were the only connection to the guitar community. I would pine at my mailbox for each issue.

          I recently had to repurchase a load of magazines and reading them for me is pure nostalgia. Enjoy.



          I remember that too.



          However, I also remember the day my parents bought me my first internet ready PC my freshman year in college. I looked at that gigantic ****************ing collection of boxes and wanted to douse it in gasoline.


          For some unknown goddamn reason I still own all of them?

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          • #6
            From glancing over them it's kind of interesting to see the magazines before grunge hit and when it falls in just a few short years.

            It's also pretty cool to read the magazines I first started learning on.
            <div class="signaturecontainer"><b>My gear habit</b><br />
            Mesa Tremoverb<br />
            Modded Marshall MK II JMP 2204<br />
            Modded Fender Quad Reverb (turned into a head)<br />
            76 Fender Twin<br />
            64 Fender Princeton<br />
            Marshalll 1960ax 4x12 w/ V30's and greenbacks<br />
            Bogner 2x12 v30/75w celestion<br />
            <br />
            Hallmark Custom 60,Guild S-100, Ampeg AMG-100,Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet, Memphis MIJ Tele Copy, Guild X-79, Squire MIJ Jagmaster, Dillion LP Copy.</div>

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            • #7
              Awesome. The old GPs (70's - mid 90's) were really GREAT and very informative. They had a killer staff and wrote some really good articles on gear.
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              • #8
                Awesome. The old GPs (70's - mid 90's) were really GREAT and very informative. They had a killer staff and wrote some really good articles on gear.


                True dat
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                • #9
                  Those magazines were vital for me when I first started playing. Guitar for the Practicing Musician had especially nice transcriptions.
                  Good deals with: the avenger, Zepsongs, BryanFTWL, gibbyshibby, marshmi, Ovid9, emptyparadigm, thesockmonster, Krunch79, VoodooChild24, espdna, StopReferencing, mhn433, NixerX, Mood Sphinx, itkindaworks, SomeDayRockstar, guller1, metz420(TGP)

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                  • #10
                    Awesome. The old GPs (70's - mid 90's) were really GREAT and very informative. They had a killer staff and wrote some really good articles on gear.


                    I remember reading the letter to GW explaining how he was canceling his subscription due to the fact Good Charlotte was writing technical columns.
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                    • #11
                      Congrats! I lost my collection from 1990-95 from a leaky roof that pretty much collapsed from a typhoon back in the 3rd World.

                      Shame GFTPM/Guitar/GuitarOne got bought out by GW. They were a formidable competition.
                      Find me and the rest of the guise here: www.guitarampboard.com

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                      • #12
                        Nice! I bet that **************** was heavy too! I recently had to pack up all my magazines because I moved. Those mags are probably about 5 years worth....man, that box was fkn heavy!
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                        • #13
                          Yeah! 2 boxes.

                          Unfortunately the late 90's had too many Korn and Limp Bizkit articles. Fortunately the early to mid 90's had White Zombie, Prong, Helmet, Pantera, Ramones, Soundgarden articles.

                          Found out that NIN's "Closer." drum was sampled from Iggy Pop's "Night Clubbing."

                          You learn something new everyday. Like the Beavis and Butthead theme!
                          <div class="signaturecontainer"><b>My gear habit</b><br />
                          Mesa Tremoverb<br />
                          Modded Marshall MK II JMP 2204<br />
                          Modded Fender Quad Reverb (turned into a head)<br />
                          76 Fender Twin<br />
                          64 Fender Princeton<br />
                          Marshalll 1960ax 4x12 w/ V30's and greenbacks<br />
                          Bogner 2x12 v30/75w celestion<br />
                          <br />
                          Hallmark Custom 60,Guild S-100, Ampeg AMG-100,Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet, Memphis MIJ Tele Copy, Guild X-79, Squire MIJ Jagmaster, Dillion LP Copy.</div>

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                          • #14
                            I still get Premiere, Guitar World, Guitar Player, and Vintage Guitar every month.

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                            • #15
                              Did anyone ever masturbate to pictures of gear in those magazines?

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