Excellent choice . But if you get the chance , try a " poor mans " D-28 . Take a look at the D13e Road Series at about $1300.00
That's the one I'm GASSING for
THAT'S not a cheesesteak. The beef is sliced way too thick, the cheese doesn't look right, onions are an OK add-on, but that roll ain't right either.
Stevo, you're right, "going up" helps, but then you hit that cost/value argument. Is the 6K you'll spend on a Collings really worth it - to you as the buyer. For some people it is, others (like me) have a more difficult time justifying that kind of expense. Some of those AGF guys will spend 12K on a hand-built, boutique one-of-a-kind instrument, some brand you've never heard of, all in search of that magical, mystic tone they hear in their heads. I can't imagine that, for myself, but more power to 'em.
Actually Jim's steaks on 4th and South is probably the best! But then it's been 20 yerars since I've been there?!@panhead6zero , BTW , I'm 2 hours from Philly and I've never been there but that road trip is on the bucket list . My daughter went a few years back and brought home a Philly Cheese Steak for me . It was not only authentic , but it was just like they say about Campbells Soup ...mm mm good
Thanks for the Laugh! The roll is as important as the steak!!THAT'S not a cheesesteak. The beef is sliced way too thick, the cheese doesn't look right, onions are an OK add-on, but that roll ain't right either.
You need an Italian roll made from Philly sewer water (Amoroso, of course), thin sliced rib-eye beef (grilled w/ salt, pepper, and the sekrit spice), and either cheeze whiz or (grumble) provolone. Chopped up hamburgers, portuegese rolls, mozzarella, tomatoes, or any of that BS are the surest sign of a fake.
And I prefer Guild acoustics myself, though I do have a Martin. Don't have a Taylor, they're too "modern" looking to me... LOL.
I use to like going through Chicago and stopping to eat. I would park at the TA on Burr, and walk across the street to Philly's. Best cheesesteak in this part of the country. They have the lemonade too. Right off 94. It use to be a little sketchy around there.Here in Chicago we eat Dipped Italian Beef sandwiches. They are drenched in spicy giardinara sauce and served with a cup of beef broth to dip in.
Really messy. They drip everywhere. If you’re not careful the juice gets all over your trousers. I eat mine off of a Taylor to keep my pants clean. Hopefully the sauce will season the wood over the years and bring some of the top end down. Lovely looking guitars but not enough of a round sound. No beef to them.
Im an Al’s Beef and Gibson accoustic guy.
We had Chicago dogs on a layover at Ohare. Pretty amazing! You can buy kits shipped to your house online! Not the healthiest choice, so we will do that in a few months.I use to like going through Chicago and stopping to eat. I would park at the TA on Burr, and walk across the street to Philly's. Best cheesesteak in this part of the country. They have the lemonade too. Right off 94. It use to be a little sketchy around there.
But it is about the hotdogs. Chicago has the Nathans Chicago dogs. If I was from Chicago and had to move away, that is what I would miss the most. That and the pizza. You can't get a decent Chicago style pizza unless you are there.