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  • My fascinating NAMM pichers...fixed!

    I was finally able to figure out how to post photos, they're down the thread a few posts.


    Thank you for your patience. 




  • #2

    Sorry John.

    Originally Posted by csm

    You get a limited-edition self-relic'ing guitar at no extra cost and you're COMPLAINING?

    [Insert religious affiliation political party and or spiritual belief here]

    57 Gibson Cg-530, 66 Teisco Mosrite "clone", 78 Rickenbacker something or other, 80's St. Blues, Classic Vibe 60's strat, Fender Blacktop HH strat, Switch Sig Stein, Switch Tele style, Austin SG, Yamaha something, lol.
    Vox Ampeg Peavey Hartke Bogen and Bugera amps, every tube pedal i can find. Muff. Loopers.


    • #3
      This thread is useless w/o pitchers.
      LIVESTRONGwww.bandmix.com/kevman/Hey what happened? I had 5000+ posts here.


      • Tone Deaf
        Tone Deaf commented
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        Pitchers, or it's a puddle on the floor.

    • #4


      I left South Dakota for Anaheim, CA. at about 60 am.



      I stopped at Whiskey Pete's Casino at Primm, Nevada and shared my bag of Chex Mix with the parking lot Ravens...then I lost $20 in the slot machines, but not before viewing Bonnie and Clyde's 1934 Ford V8 'Death Car' that was sitting on the playing floor carpet in a protective glass enclosure. It had a lot of bullet holes in it, but Bonnie and Clyde were nowhere to be found.



      As one would expect, there were lots and lots of pretty musical instruments at the NAMM show.



      On Thursday night, a prankster thought it would be funny to pull the fire alarm at my hotel, then these guys showed up.



      Lunch at the Anaheim Convention Center....$17.50



      My hotel's parking ramp, very nice indeed!



      When the show was over, I drove 1350 miles back home.


      I hope you enjoyed the pictures of my NAMM show trip.



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      • bjcarl
        bjcarl commented
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        Epic road trip. Needs more guitar pics, however!