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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pgj, Apr 3, 2020.
I am all about the mysterious one PRS has lurking at their NAMM booth.
Another vote for Hercules.
I am guessing Paul created/found a design he liked and either farmed them out or make them in the factory for NAMM
Let's see who remembers this...
Saved to photos. If that's Tammy, I need her to pose with my SC594 Soapbar. It's black. And it has no upper horn.
I knew someone would have pics of Tammy. Thanks Hans!
Holy Mcelhenney Hot Sauce! !
OK who is Tammy?
I've have a lot of good memories on Avery Island.
A 'guitar holder' for Driskill. There were many.
This was the family friendly photo. There are others that are a little more bohemian.
Cool beans. It is less than 30 minutes from my home. Let me know if you need some products.
Uh...post a link please
I use this for when I am playing and tweaking in my den/studio.
And this 7 Axe holder for general storage
I used to make mine out of PVC pipe, but they were heavy and a bit cumbersome.
My Sweetwater guy turned me on to these recently: https://www.dnaguitargear.com/icestand-electric
Got a couple Zither stands in the living room for displaying a couple guitars. Had them for a year now with no issues.
I grew up near you - we've spoken in the past and knew a lot of the same local players.
I'm good on hot sauce but thank you. I grabbed a few extra bottles of Family Reserve when I was there a few months ago but now it looks like I can even get that online.
I have a variety of stands - some of those short "A-frame" stands, both single and double. Some of the taller neck-brace and swiveling (wobbly) u-arms for the body. A couple of multi-guitar racks like what @Wakester posted in the second photo. I have one triple-hanging stand, similar to Hercules but a different, cheaper brand that works just fine for me.
And lots of wall hangers (String Swing).
I see England, I see France?
The White Cliffs Of Dover.