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    Nashville partscaster

    Love the pickguard, but have to agree with Bloozcat So, when do we get to hear this fabulous guitar???

    tjcurtin1 Today, 07:36 PM Go to last post

    This website is closing...

    I finally closed my last forum up. It wasn't costing a lot just that no one was really using it. Keep it going as long as you can for as long as it is

    stingx Today, 06:22 PM Go to last post

    Moderator On This Forum

    Likewise, I'd been MIA a long time. I'd peek in occasionally but didn't participate. Glad Robert decided to save the place. Looking over the old threads

    oldguy Today, 05:41 PM Go to last post

    Nashville partscaster

    I don't know, Robert. You can always find another shirt, but a guitar like that?

    Bloozcat Today, 04:07 PM Go to last post

    Nashville partscaster

    Dang, now I have to SELL the guitar!

    Robert Today, 02:42 PM Go to last post

    Nashville partscaster

    Nice buy, Robert!
    It looks good, and if it sounds even better then it's a good score. I've used Musikraft necks before and have found them to be

    Bloozcat Today, 10:40 AM Go to last post
  • Prince

    We lost one of the greatest. Prince, may you Rest In Peace.

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      Jipes*** -
      So sad
    1. marnold's Avatar
      marnold*** -
      I wonder/fear what the official cause of death will be. 57 is too young. I was a teenager for the majority of the 80s, so obviously Prince's music (particularly 1999 and Purple Rain) was well-known, even to a metalhead like me.

      Eddie Trunk wondered out loud on Facebook why people rush out to buy records once the artist is dead. If you liked his music, why didn't you own it already? That's the thing about great artists, though, often they are more famous in death than in life.

      I also heard that he has a TON of unreleased songs. I have the feeling he may end up giving Jimi a run for posthumous releases.

      In the FWIW category: my favorite Prince cover is the Hindu Love Gods' (aka Warren Zevon and REM) version of "Raspberry Beret."

      That ain't Lake Minnetonka.
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