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Luthiery is not yet dead

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An excellent exercise in recycling, but they're real suds to play. :|

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I wonder if it was on the soiled or delicates setting when it gave the sh*te sound.

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Aww...its not so bad - we should drum up support for this kind of thing...😕

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Thankfully the level of craftsmanship amongst our own Luthiers is a lot higher...

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The seller needs to get with the programme if he ever wants to sell that. For example, what sort of conditioner is it in?

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8 minutes ago, yorks5stringer said:

Is it good for Metal?

That's the conditioned response...

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The bass is great, but it only works on 1 drum beat.

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Well, the puns are tumbling out now! Although some are quite dry  o.O

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People can put a spin on anything, it seems.  I'd like to hear that bass through a fluff filter

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1 hour ago, SH73 said:

How much does it weigh?

Fully loaded or empty..? :|

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1 minute ago, pfretrock said:

Does it lose socks? I hate odd socks.

Where do those odd socks go to? Maybe a post in the "I don't understand..." thread is in order...

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