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3-5 Years
Raleigh, NC
I've had a 1985 Fender Lead III since I was a freshman in college. It's more acoustic for me these days with my Dad's 1973 Alvarez and a 1975 Martin D28 12-string. Easier for me to sing along with John Denver than Chris Cornell. Stevie Ray Vaughn got me into this hobby. Amazing to see an "open channel" in the zone.
Let's see it! I like the Leads because they were simple. Kind of like Kramers before there were Kramers.
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Under 3 Years
Overland Park, KS
Boon, I'd love to sit down with that Martin 12!

One would be hard pressed to find a single acoustic guitar that would produce as loud, full bodied and melodious sound than that D28.

(Does that wall art have it's registration too?) 😜


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The 12 does fill up a room. Worth the pain of stringing it now and then and keeping a couple of spare high strings around. Fell in love with a 12 when Stevie played unplugged.

The wall art combines all my passions:
Fender Guitars
Things that require license plates (why we're talking)
I was #26 while playing football at VT
My twins were born 7-3-98
I'm from WV
My wife is from NY
We live in NC

Pretty cool gift from my Bride.
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Under 3 Years
Overland Park, KS
Wow. She poured hours and hours into that.
I don't know which I like best, that she put Lady Liberty on the headstock or that even with no strings, she faithfully canted the bridge pick up for tone compensation so it looks right.

The longer you look, the more details jump out.
I bet it would take a couple volumes to hold the stories in that conversation piece. ;)
Cool share.
And SRV was before his time.


Dances with Racecars
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W2W Racing
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20+ Years
Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
This is the video that changed my world.
I went straight to guitar center and bought my first les Paul.


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