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the best always take the most work though. it would be worth it

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True, I've been manually providing contours via table routers with bearing bits as well as drum sanders, also using a lower profile to make neck and fretboard radiuses for the first upright bass and I'm probably happier with the outcome (relatively speaking) moreso than any of the other models. Takes a bit more manually work though.

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i've been watching a chapman sticker on youtube for a while. he's not amazing but its amusing. his song (below) is worth checking out

>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JjimMO2SdE

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!~! FRAMUS COBRA - 100 WATT GUITAR AMP HEAD FOR SALE!! !~! I have a killer amp head in very good condition for sale! I bought this thing used in 2005 and have only used it THREE TIMES. This amp sounds spectacular and would be a GREAT amp for someone looking for a Boogie Rectifier-type sound. I'm a bedroom player so it's too loud and simply the wrong amp for my needs. I still have the original box, footswitch and owner's manual. This amp sells for $2,399 US new and I'm selling mine for just $1,300 CAD. Leave me a reply here on write to me in a private message if you're interested. THANKS! :-D

P.S. THIS THING GLOWS RED WHEN YOU TURN IT ON AND WOULD LOOK SICK AS HELL ON STAGE.

P.P.S. The amp I used in all my YouTube recordings is a 65 watt Crate solid state amp. Just incase you thought it was the Cobra and thought it sounded like shit lol.

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HammerBar Acoustic to Digital Piano converter bars. 3 Left in stock @ $799.99 (A fraction of the cost compared to a Moog PianoBar or PNOscan system)

Great for having the feel of a true acoustic upright or grand piano, while being able to control the sound/samples and volume like you would an electronic keyboard. USB or MIDI output.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=150413317515

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Anybody want to buy a fender blackout telecaster?

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10 String 34" AltoBass

Paduak and Walnut

Split Pickups (Stereo Output)

Toggle switch (from Stereo TRS to Mono TS)

1/2" Heavy Duty Truss System with 3/8" Rod

Uncrossed Tuning

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African Paduak in place of Bloodwood, Dark Wenge Fretboard, Dark walnut base = evil incarnate. I'm sure the black powdercoated parts and black ABS doesn't help it look less evil as well.

:-D

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that thing looks pure evil

yea i actually am a little scared by that

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African Paduak in place of Bloodwood, Dark Wenge Fretboard, Dark walnut base = evil incarnate. I'm sure the black powdercoated parts and black ABS doesn't help it look less evil as well.

:-D

You don't really believe in less is more, do you?

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That's about as minimalistic as a Touchstyle 10 stringer will get from me =) The extensive woodchoice is just so I can do an oil finish rather than having to actually paint an instrument.

Use nice and/exotic woods = customers love it, and you only have to sand down to about 1k-2k before it's ready for a few days worth of oiling, polishing, and buffing.

Use cheaper or heavily porous woods, and I have to have an instrument sit around in the shop for weeks, priming, sanding, painting, sanding, coating, sanding, curing, buffing. Plus painted instruments are a dime a dozen in most stores.

Are those excuses so I don't have to take the time to properly paint? Yes. But even so, I don't think I could find a standard (not custom) painted instrument with a finish that looks as beautiful as a nicely oiled and polished exotic wood. I'm biased towards it, but if people really wanted painted Touchstyles, they can always have Stu Box build them one, and he does a great job on painting.

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Thinking on selling my Delonge Epiphone... would anyone be interested? I bought it in October


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How much would you want for it?


There's one in my local music shop that I'm thinkin about pickin up.


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I have a signed fender strat by all 3 members I'm looking to part with. Practically mint

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