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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by veinbuster, Jan 1, 2020.
Amazing story, and a beautiful guitar.
That's a FOREVER guitar if I've ever seen one.
I love everything about the story and guitar.
Thank you for sharing your journey with us!
The only thing better than a sick guitar is a sick guitar with a story. This one is legend.
Nice one Pete, that is a very special guitar. But you don’t really need me to say that!
I can understand why you drove 10 hours for it.
Walk it over here and I’ll Mustang Sally the [email protected] out of it for ya!
Thank you for the story and for the look at one
of the most beautiful guitars I have ever seen.
In all seriousness, that top, despite the beautiful inlay work, has an absolutely exquisite book matching job. When I see one like this, I imagine the surprise on the worker’s face when it comes off the saw table, they open it up, and see how lucky they were. This one is a 1 in 1000, maybe.
It's ok that I choke up a bit when reading that story, right?
That’s a magnificent guitar, and I love the backstory. I also admire that you’re a perfectly sane person who makes a plan and sticks to it.
As I’ve said many times, I make guitar buying decisions in a more chaotic way.
When I come home with a new guitar:
"Why does this keep happening to me?"
Yeah, I’m more like, “Oooh! Gimme!”
That thing is badass!!!
Great story, Pete, and that's an absolutely beautiful guitar. You can bring it by the house and we can make a 12 Days Of Kissmas video with it...