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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Griz, Apr 20, 2019.
It would go with the sneakers.
I'm baaaack! Nope she didn't kill me. I fessed up about what a great deal it was. Of course she wondered why I 'needed' 2 more guitars. She loved the color of the Zach Myers and thought the wood on the A60 was gorgeous (there's a nice wood joke in there ). Told her I was going to CL the Taylor when we get back from our trip to Hawaii next week. Of course I might conveniently forget to do it. No pics yet because I need to set up an photo hosting account somewhere. Will try and get that done later today.
Love it! She says you guys have been down this road before.
Nice. A friend of mine use to say "You might as well build yourself a nice dog house. That way you don't mind when she puts you in it."
True, but Mrs. B isn’t the factor.
If they do, bodia is taken care of...
Ok here's a pic (my first one to post!!!) The two recent Friday night additions to the music room are to the far right. I know there is one of those 'F' word guitars on the far left, but it is a 1998 SRV my wife bought me when we were in Austin last year (she too is an enabler)
Balance is the key to a well-lived life.
Pic is posted...it's hidden amongst the snakeskin
ya did the right thing
I have no idea what she's talking about...nothing to see here move along....
Ok, I was on board and all willing to help, but.. Taylor is up there with PRS. You DON’T sell a PRS! Or a Taylor. You’re on your own.
So, what Taylor are you selling, and how much do you want?
Far bigger question: Since when does PRS do “Road Shows?” I’ve seen Paul come around once! I’ve been to a Taylor Road Show almost every year for at least the last 10 years. This is a GREAT thing Taylor does and is great for relationships and demo’ing new models, etc. I said years ago that PRS should do this. I’ve been here for a few years now and never seen anything PRS did called a “Road Show.” Just the occasional PRSh live appreanance.
Yeah they do it. I guess it was officially called a Trunk Show. It was on the PRS events page and I got an email from the store that hosted it.
Thanks. It was a fun night. Look forward to the next time you are in NorCal!
Not even a smidge?
It's a 214CE. Don't worry I'm not selling it. I will claim 'emotional attachment' since it was the first guitar I owned. She's cool about all this and thinks the new ones complement the rest just fine. At least that is what she said as she left for Macy's yesterday