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    Here you go. Even has Uli Jon Roth on video.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/dolphi...7650452800656/


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    Great pics and good to see you had a great time and enjoyed yourself. These pics bring back memories. The paisley kinda Strat and the Marshall Jubilee would have awoken my special interest :-) I once met Uli Roth...let's say he's a very special guy and outstanding guitar player.

    Hopefully, NAMM brings some new impulses, because in Europe the branch is doing very poor. Had a chat with one of my old buddies who told me that most of the companies, even the big players, are currently laying off employees. I always wonder how product fixated the industry is and how hesitant they invest and practice marketing and make use of the different marketing channels.
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    Oh my goodness Robert you made my GAS crisis bursting again Very nice pics !
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    very cool! seems like the Fender booth really caught your attention. I see you made it by the Heritage booth as well. Get a chance to play anything?
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    I played many guitars. The Heritage gits were great! They had a tiny booth though and no amp, but the guitars are super nice, no doubt.
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    I played a Dumble Overdrive Special too. Only 75,000 dollars!
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    Wow! It's kind of crazy to think that there are enough people out there to buy all that stuff! Oh.....I forgot about Spudman - that would account for a lot of the guitars, at least...:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Here you go. Even has Uli Jon Roth on video.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/dolphi...7650452800656/


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    Nice seeing you at NAMM Robert!

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    Fodera, Sadowsky, Mayones, Pedulla, and they one that is mostly to get my money next Wyn great basses galore!!!
    I only looked at Basses........Must mention the NEW MARCUS MILLER V7 five string bass only $599.99 USD was off the charts will be my next bass and selling my Sadowsky to start funding my Wyn his shop is less than 20 miles from my house have to help the local talent.
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    The Wynn basses are sure sweet! Was fun to have the booth next to them.

    Sorry I missed you Maxifunk! Would have been great to see you!
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    I don't think my old heart could take it.....
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