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Old 03-03-2021, 12:03 PM
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Love the Supro setup!
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Love the Supro setup!
Thanks I can't make up my mind for my Wet/Dry system. Supro, Dry --REVV, Wet,,,,, or vice versa..... Goos news all I have to do is switch chords
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Only 1 electric (recent purchase). It's a little embarrassing given all the other posts, but I like it.

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Only 1 electric (recent purchase). It's a little embarrassing given all the other posts, but I like it.
Quality, not quantity

That’s a fine looking guitar.
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That’s a fine looking guitar.
Thank you. I am having an awful lot of fun with it.
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Old 03-04-2021, 02:38 PM
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That's a beautiful, understated guitar. The satin finish looks fantastic as does the wood grain.
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Thanks. I love the way the grain shows thru the satin finish, too. The edges are not as dark in person, so it does not look as big of a contrast as it does in the photo. I feel like I am playing an electric acoustic when I pick it up
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That’s a fine looking guitar.
Absolutely! Love that antique / faded burst....gorgeous finish....
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Here's mine.
The wood on the tele (pinecaster?) looks like it might not be the easiest to work into a guitar shape.
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