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Old 03-13-2010, 10:19 AM
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Howdy everyone, I wanted something really different, and I play classic country, so here is what I came up with............
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I know what your going to say....man he just killed the sound and tone, but to be honest, its still just as loud and boomy as it was before, cant really here alot of difference.

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Old 03-13-2010, 03:36 PM
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wow!

all you need is a photo of Ozzy Osbournes face in the soundhole........

sorry!!

looks like a good job!
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Thats funny...... I dont care who you are
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wow!

all you need is a photo of Ozzy Osbournes face in the soundhole........

sorry!!

looks like a good job!
bwahahahahahah too much!!!!
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It worked for the Everly Brothers
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How does it effect the sound? Just a little or is it quit different than before?
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What we have here, ladies and gentlemen, is in actuality Batman's dreadnought. What we can't see is the diamond steel scratch plate on the back to protect against his famed utility belt.

That thing is too cool.
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Looks like Marlo Thomas

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How does it effect the sound? Just a little or is it quit different than before?
I could not tell much difference in the tone after I installed the pickguards.


You guys are just to much......love all the jokes
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Could you come up with a redhead version?
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