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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Guitargonish, Jun 28, 2012.
Classical guitar player into electrics to : )
Got a few HK ukes
Welcome AllenTN nice brace
OK guys, as promised pics of new PRS posted here to prove the "not a Hello Kitty Uke" accusations!! LOL
Thanks Alnus Rubra!
Thanks ScottR! Welcome appreciated.
Welcome from Dodge City
Hello, so glad to join here.
My guitar is broken
Perfect reason to buy another one, then fix the old one.
Welcome to the forum.
My dad was a tv repairman, I can fix it.
Hi my name is Bill,I live in Scotland South Lanarkshire and started learning 3 years ago at 64 i'm a late starter.Loving every minute and spending too much money for my skills but Hay ho.Next purchase is a 2004 McCarty,will it make me a better player ? don't think so.Told my wife it will
The McCarty might make you want to play more, which is good.
Welcome Bill, I’m in Scotland too.
Never too old to start and a good instrument makes it more enjoyable to practice, so there’s logic to your theory!
Your my kind of person although i wouldn't go to the music shop with you --- too expensive lol
Yeah I think we would end up enabling each other to buy a lots of PRSi
Hi Guys (and Ladies?) -
New member been lurking and posting over the past couple of months. Getting to love this forum, its cast of characters, and the wealth of info here. Currently have a 2017 CU22 SE with a few upgrades - my "go to" guitar and couldn't be happier with it - such a beautiful vintage look to it while being modern at the same time (I guess that's a PRS, right?) Bummed I sold my 2009 SE CU22 - that thing with the wraparound tail and original SE pups was just a solid tone machine. I see a core model in the near future - I just need to get over "justifying to myself".
A few other things about me... based in the Boston suburbs, but since I travel so much for work, I'm always on the lookout for great guitar shops wherever I travel (last great find was Moore Music in Evansville, IN); recently started taking lessons again after playing for over 35 years (hey, I can get out of this rut!); and, I'd like to remove the stigma associated with owning/playing Hello Kitty stringed instruments.
See you around...
I was shocked to see that my alter ego opened its own account here.