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John Cipollina’s rig is in the Hall of Fame.
You were the first that came to mind when I decided to let some go Robbie as I distinctly remember not long ago replying to a post you commented...
Easy and a hoot to play, too.
Huge fan. Bridge of Sighs, as outstanding as it is, doesn't move me quite as much as this.
Can't believe I've not heard this. Excellent, funny and so true...but not in my case as I always know what I'm doing:rolleyes:
Not at all, I went back and made the letters bolder for the ol'farts. And thank you!
ya makin me noivous
She show up?
No Sir, the first 4 pics are of the damage. The rest are after the repair.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Resembles George’s Country Gent nicely, too.
Note the shoeless baby.
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One of the first 25, which included a second pic guard signed by the man himself. I'm the first owner, purchased from Rocky at StreetSounds April...
Good looking guitar, Sid! One of the toggles a cutout?
Nice, S. R.
Like most of us this has been favorite of mine for just about ever. Bought 3 Tennesseans over the years. The first two it was this...
Seems like a lot of wonderful advice here. As you retrain your left hand I wonder if as a temporary side track for playing if you...
Howdy SL, good to have you here. I’m up in your corner myself. Congratulations on your new GreTsch!
Very but can’t get it to play...and was the Texans who ruint my Sunday
Believe I might, yes.
About 3 weeks ago, to cancer.
Not sure if she’d mind me posting this. Fine little Princess from Australia who moved to Germany a handful of years...
$ we’ll spent!
Ha! Ya ol’ fart, you just made me spot
Ha ha...because we know what’s what. Old Bulls.
No Sir, you just gave me the cigar. I knew it’d be you who got it
This did it for me. 6122-62 was my first GreTsch and to my mind still the coolest looking guitar ever.
Went nuts over Rebel Rouser and Summertime...
Thought I might.
Could I interest you in this?
Sold em all but my bedroom rig
Haven’t been able to think of anything else since I read the thread title...
And his Mom patented this!
Imitation is this most sincere form of flattery. Stephen Stern’s the man and it’s gorgeous. Kinda riled us up, too!