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    couple of live recordings

    Great clips I particularly like "Call me the Breeze" the overall band's groove is great and doubling the lead voice really sounds good and quite

    Jipes Today, 03:50 AM Go to last post

    Better Call Saul

    This character from Breakin Bad is great it's not yet on the french channels but I would love to see it

    Jipes Today, 03:43 AM Go to last post

    Test your hearing

    20Hz sounds still clear to me but my upper limit is 12800 Hz apparently ( I don't have a good headphone)

    Jipes Today, 03:42 AM Go to last post

    Cos Knopfler's on sale again

    I had quite a lot of pleasure listening to Privateering so maybe I'll have a try with this one as well

    Jipes Today, 03:36 AM Go to last post

    Test your hearing

    My result was 14100 - the average for my age (40) is 14200.

    Jimi75 Today, 03:25 AM Go to last post

    Test your hearing

    Wow, my lower frequencies are shot.
    My range using sine waves: 43 Hz to 10,700 Hz.

    EDIT: I could be my headphones.


    Tig Yesterday, 07:16 AM Go to last post
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  • Epiphone Sorrento

    Epiphone 50Th Ann.

    The 50th Anniversary "1962" Sorrento E452TDN Outfit features a laminated maple top and body, a mahogany neck with a 1960s SlipTaper™ profile, a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 20 medium jumbo frets, historically accurate binding and tortoise style pickguard, and Gibson USA mini-humbuckers. Like the Casino, the Sorrento is a completely hollow design that makes for a lightweight guitar with a wide range of tones.

    The Tune-o-matic™ floating bridge has a rosewood bridge base with a reissue of the original classic trapeze tailpiece. The Sorrento's electronics are top-notch Epiphone quality with CTS potentiometers, a ¼" non-rotating output jack, and gold TopHat controls to go along with Wilkinson™ Vintage Style machine heads with small buttons and a 14:1 tuning ratio. The dovewing headstock has a classic Epiphone metal logo badge and there is also a historically accurate "blue rectangular" Epiphone label. The "1962" Sorrento comes with a period-correct hard case and a 1962 Collection Certificate of Authenticity.

    Order from Musician's Friend - currently $466.00 off!

    All three of these Epiphone classics will be issued in limited quantities of 1,962 pieces.
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      Jipes*** -
      Looks like a great axe to play some T Bone Blues ! I like the "Old style" headstock
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