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Brandon W
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jagsonic wrote:
Cool guitar! I love graffiti yellow.


That is gorgeous! wow!
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The more times I look at that Cyclone, the more I think that's the color I have to paint the Broncomaster bass.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 5:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I wish I still had the GY Cyclone. Sad

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Retropedro wrote:
How I feel . . . The Fender maple neck with maple fretboard is 9 1/2″ radius and 1 11/16″ wide at the nut, refretted with 22 jumbo frets that provide more sustain. The contoured Fender Stratocaster body was the first ergonomic solid body and feels very compfortable. More importantly the guitar stays in tune when using the two point tremolo with the LRS roller nut and Sperzel locking tuners. The Gold Lace Sensors are noiseless and sound very clear, adjusted as high as possible to the strings and don't have any magnet string pull, hence they are very responsive with a vintage single coil twang. They aren't as good as the Australian designed and made Kinman Broadcaster noiseless pickups that I have recently installed into a 1969 style Fender Telecaster Thinline. Aged nitro 3 tone Sunburst (Dad's colour) MJT Mahogany semi hollow body, new Fender Telecaster maple neck / fretboard with 22 medium frets and Fender locking tuners, aged pearliod pickguard, aged Fender six saddle vintage bridge.


This entire post reads like the online store blurbs for each part were just mashed together.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

westtexasred wrote:
I wish I still had the GY Cyclone. Sad



i agree, i never will part with mine...
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

daftsupernova wrote:
Retropedro wrote:
How I feel . . . The Fender maple neck with maple fretboard is 9 1/2″ radius and 1 11/16″ wide at the nut, refretted with 22 jumbo frets that provide more sustain. The contoured Fender Stratocaster body was the first ergonomic solid body and feels very compfortable. More importantly the guitar stays in tune when using the two point tremolo with the LRS roller nut and Sperzel locking tuners. The Gold Lace Sensors are noiseless and sound very clear, adjusted as high as possible to the strings and don't have any magnet string pull, hence they are very responsive with a vintage single coil twang. They aren't as good as the Australian designed and made Kinman Broadcaster noiseless pickups that I have recently installed into a 1969 style Fender Telecaster Thinline. Aged nitro 3 tone Sunburst (Dad's colour) MJT Mahogany semi hollow body, new Fender Telecaster maple neck / fretboard with 22 medium frets and Fender locking tuners, aged pearliod pickguard, aged Fender six saddle vintage bridge.


This entire post reads like the online store blurbs for each part were just mashed together.


It has an air of "autistic cork-sniffer" about it, definitely. It's almost as if any of that bullshit matters.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ekwatts wrote:
daftsupernova wrote:
Retropedro wrote:
How I feel . . . The Fender maple neck with maple fretboard is 9 1/2″ radius and 1 11/16″ wide at the nut, refretted with 22 jumbo frets that provide more sustain. The contoured Fender Stratocaster body was the first ergonomic solid body and feels very compfortable. More importantly the guitar stays in tune when using the two point tremolo with the LRS roller nut and Sperzel locking tuners. The Gold Lace Sensors are noiseless and sound very clear, adjusted as high as possible to the strings and don't have any magnet string pull, hence they are very responsive with a vintage single coil twang. They aren't as good as the Australian designed and made Kinman Broadcaster noiseless pickups that I have recently installed into a 1969 style Fender Telecaster Thinline. Aged nitro 3 tone Sunburst (Dad's colour) MJT Mahogany semi hollow body, new Fender Telecaster maple neck / fretboard with 22 medium frets and Fender locking tuners, aged pearliod pickguard, aged Fender six saddle vintage bridge.


This entire post reads like the online store blurbs for each part were just mashed together.


It has an air of "autistic cork-sniffer" about it, definitely. It's almost as if any of that bullshit matters.


Normally, I would say something about that "autistic" remark, but in this case, it really does seem like this guy is autistic, judging by the fact he has taken the statement "How does it feel to be you" literally, and then goes on to list every last specific detail about his strat.

That, or English isn't his greatest strength. Or he really is a cork sniffer.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"I chose pickups without magnets so I could get as low action as possible, allowing an even closer proximity to the workings of the guitar when beating off over it, giving better clearance for my penis so the foreskin doesn't grate against the strings, which would normally require extra moisturising during my hourly routine. Afterwards, I clean the guitar with Gibson-branded T-Cut, as it seems far superior to lesser brand polish, particularly in the waxing stage, and then open and close the bedroom window five times before lying down in my 2004 Lucio Silent Night bed (first time offered) with IKEA-branded linen on my right side. I occasionally roll over onto my back or front, which I will usually correct if I wake briefly in the night."
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Naw, but seriously, OCD can be a crippling condition.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ekwatts wrote:
daftsupernova wrote:
Retropedro wrote:
How I feel . . . The Fender maple neck with maple fretboard is 9 1/2″ radius and 1 11/16″ wide at the nut, refretted with 22 jumbo frets that provide more sustain. The contoured Fender Stratocaster body was the first ergonomic solid body and feels very compfortable. More importantly the guitar stays in tune when using the two point tremolo with the LRS roller nut and Sperzel locking tuners. The Gold Lace Sensors are noiseless and sound very clear, adjusted as high as possible to the strings and don't have any magnet string pull, hence they are very responsive with a vintage single coil twang. They aren't as good as the Australian designed and made Kinman Broadcaster noiseless pickups that I have recently installed into a 1969 style Fender Telecaster Thinline. Aged nitro 3 tone Sunburst (Dad's colour) MJT Mahogany semi hollow body, new Fender Telecaster maple neck / fretboard with 22 medium frets and Fender locking tuners, aged pearliod pickguard, aged Fender six saddle vintage bridge.


This entire post reads like the online store blurbs for each part were just mashed together.


It has an air of "autistic cork-sniffer" about it, definitely. It's almost as if any of that bullshit matters.


I'm actually totes into all the crazy details and bullshit, I think that stuff is fascinating but I always take it with a grain of salt. It's cool and all, and as long as it doesn't turn into a talkbass throw down where goof troop silk shirt mother fuckers talk about basses without South African wenge fret markers being objectively unplayable, then it's all I good fun.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:29 am    Post subject: Re: Graffiti Yellow Reply with quote


!!!!! sweet !!!!!!

(hoping to get a guitar, Ill try to steal Your colour scheme)
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