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Discussion in 'New Member Intros' started by samdjr74, Jul 20, 2021.
Welcome, Sam - beautiful collection you have.
Welcome to the forum, Sam!
I lived in Jersey for many years. We spent summers in Tranquility until my parents sold the house on Staten Island and moved there full time. I lived in Swartswood 1968-79.
I'll work on a pic of the wall tomorrow, got something new coming in not Gretsch but the other G
Hello Sam, welcome to G-T it's good to have you here.
Nice pair of Gretsch guitars.
Oh cool, well feel free to post a NGD on that one too, it may be a Gretsch forum but we're not biased.
Welcome from a Canadian GT’r. I’ve been fortunate enough to play in NJ a few times over the years with some folks from the Red Bank area. Always had a good time in NJ, hope to get back there in the Fall.
Thanks again all, and for those who wanted to see the wall , here goes
20210723_081045 by samdjr74 posted Jul 23, 2021 at 8:17 AM
Oh,that black 54 with the staples!!!
Lovely thing that sir.
NJ is a great place to charter dive boats for north Atlantic wreck diving!
Not to mention, the ''Rolling Rock'' is always cold!!
I love that pickup, I hardly ever play that guitar in the bridge position just because the staple top is so amazing.
Never did any type of diving but I must admit I watch any show that deals with wreck diving. One of my other hobbies is railroads (model of course by I like the real ones) and there are a couple of locomotives off the coast of Long Branch that got pushed off during a storm in 1800's. Always wanted to visit them but if you put me in a dive suit people might think I'm a killer whale, so that's a no go
I'm not a collector , but always enjoyed the trains myself . Someday I would like to spend a few days at The Red Caboose Hotel in Ronks , Pa. ....
yeah , theirs a few of us here on the forum
Welcome to G-T!
Hi everyone, I'm new here and I'm from New Jersey too and I love my Gretsch
Rolling Rock comes from Pennsylvania.
Oh I realize that, but it tastes so much better in NJ, near the ocean.