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Thanks for the feedback. I'm kind of taken by the possibilities of the B&G but it does look like a neck thickness and headstock I wouldn't prefer....
Hi p4, welcome to the forum! Nice collection you have. How's the Little Sister? I've been intrigued by them.
Lovely place Freo - I'd be happy...
Bianchi green - my favourite colour :-)
Do you think it's Brian Setzer's signature? The leading letter B sure looks familiar, and I can see the S and the z. He's a dice fan...
Nice, congrats! With a 34 chainring you probably don't need a triple anyway - extra weight :) Great colour!
How big? 2 Tb; 500 Gb spare
Run out of space? Not yet
Music or video files? 200 Gb music (the CDs I own, saved for convenient...
Oh that's a hard one from here! From my understanding they are similarly equipped with 105 gear, but you mention Ultegra (the rear derailleur?)...
Aye I could tell; your saddle is all the way forward and your bars are angled up. Best of luck wth the new steed, it looks great! I ride...
Wow that looks like a responsive frame geometry! Must be a blast to ride.
We need these by law in my state;
(If the URL doesn't work Google "bike rack number plate holder with lights"
The reason is so the car's blinkers,...
Cycle tourist here. I've ridden custom built Reynolds 531 frames since I was 19. Gotta love steel.
I've cycled around New Zealand, around Ireland,...
Don't know; mine had a lovely burst.
Welcome to the forum, Nevermore!
There must also be old Navy hands and other experienced sailors here with years of experience in bad weather.
Wow, congrats! :-)
But keep your replica too - you'll miss it, guaranteed.
I've spent four months at sea on cargo ships (>320 feet) and the largest waves I had were taller than the bridge - 49 foot from the waterline, and...
My Anni, same vintage, had a crack where the neck heel met the body, so watch for that. I never did know if it was structural or simply cosmetic....
Congratulations on retiring and thanks for all of your enthusiasm Joe!
(clean & restring time)...
The late 60's to the late 70's - the decade that style forgot!! ;)
Such a classic, thanks!
Welcome Chris, from over the ditch :-)
Wow, that's a change in tempo from the work I know from Siouxsie... thanks!
Wow, Audept, Farnesy was so young! and such a great voice. Thanks!
The original was huge in Australia too :-) I'd not heard this one though... thanks!