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Confusion will be my epitaph
As I crawl, a cracked and broken path
If we make it, we can all sit back and laugh
But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying
Yes, I fear tomorrow I'll be crying
Yes, I fear tomorrow I'll be crying
Thanks for the heads up on the tubemeister 40 deluxe..

I really do love the sounds those HK tubes put out such versatile amp. Have you had any issues with your HK 36 ?
Stratoman10
Stratoman10
No issues with mine and I've had it for three or four years at least. I had one original tube go micrphonic after a few months so I re tubed all of it. No problems since. And now that I think about it it's the Grandmiester that some people have had fits with. I know one forum member has. Try Google and see what pops up.
Lateralu_s
Lateralu_s
will do thank you sir
117 degrees last week and Sacramento/Forest Hill was ablaze. So we went to San Diego and caught the tail end of that hurricane. Rain, snow and mudslides. It was a nice change. Visiting our son, lining up a Taylor guitar tour for early next year. This is my custom shop rosewood Stratocaster.

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That second album from Attic Sanctimonious has some great story telling in there.. Very KD influenced.. Their first album invocation is a killer too..

sam_in_cali
sam_in_cali
will def be checking that out next :thumb:
Hey Buddy,
I just read your post about the "spool guitar rest" I have been a woodworker for about 40 years now and I know how an idea can lead to a very involved project. You're attention to detail says a bunch about you. (meant as a positive)
It's too bad you didn't have room enough to make it a lazy susan..haha... but that would have just been a cherry on top. Nice job, thank you for sharing.
Brad 🤘
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Believer7713
Believer7713
Thank you! I really appreciate that. I have always enjoyed wood working but got out of it for a while. Once I started getting more serious about the guitar shop I started working on more projects too. That stand was a pretty major undertaking and taught me how to work with other materials too. It was the first time I ever used leather on anything myself (in the neck rests and on the cleats).
Went down to the market
Saw you by the green groceries
Got no money for tomatoes
But baby wanna give ‘em a squeeze

Then you fell outta my bag
And now I’m signin’ up for government cheese

Bad Penny
Always turnin’ up
Bad Penny
When my earnin’s up
Bad Penny
Always shakin’ me up
Bad Penny
Always shakin’ me down
Bad Penny
You got all my money now
monte merrick
monte merrick
i'm totally fine with being her only advocate on this forum.
Clickitysplit
Clickitysplit
New fan here. I knew nothing about her till I listened to her interview with Gladwell on Broken Record. One of the most honest, inspiring, motivating people I ever heard. This woman _commits_ herself!!


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