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post #501 of 883 Old 02-05-2010, 04:25 PM
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Hi Jill. Very charming looking I must say. And love the XLR by the way. You lucky lady you.

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post #502 of 883 Old 02-05-2010, 11:32 PM
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How fun to see everyone!
I do feel rather "old" compared to all you "young uns" as I am a little over half a century!
Here is a pic with my favorite cuddlemuffin cat who thinks he needs to be in every pic!

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post #503 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 12:12 AM
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Rockin' the fedora.
Again, I'm so disappointed that you look more like Nicholas Cage than Kelso from That 70's Show. By the way, in honor of "Kelso" having puffers, I named one of my puffers "Fez" (are you familiar with the characters from that show? If not, ignore this and just know that I named a puffer after another character from the show with Kelso). I love my puffers : ) Thank you for the inspiration.

Okay here's a picture of me since I'm sidetracking on this thread. One is of me and my husband when we hosted a pajama party fundraiser for the Haiti earthquake. Turned into a dance party : )

And the other one is me doing one of my favorite things...EATING.
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post #504 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 08:17 AM
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YAY I finally have a FACE to Stephanie...wonderful!!!! Thanks for sharing....

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post #505 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 04:10 PM
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I spy an Epiphone acoustic. How long have you been playing, Stephanie?

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post #506 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 04:23 PM
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I spy an Epiphone acoustic. How long have you been playing, Stephanie?
Um about 10 years. I only play kids songs with the kids and a little folk/bluegrass. I'm not very good, trust me. I'm just good at playing/singing for the groups of kids and parents. I have to limit myself so I don't get the neighborhood dogs barking. Actually, this is our cheapest beater guitar...got it for free, but I love playing it. Our gibson songwriter sounds amazing but the strings are so thick they hurt my fingers and the martin is off the hook! my favorite especially for bluegrass but it's too nice to get out every day to play with the kids. I'd die if something happened to it.

Do you play?

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post #507 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 05:22 PM
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I play, yeah. My favorites are my no-name (i.e. old and handmade) Spanish classical guitar, my Tele and the LTD EC401.

I keep the acoustic in standard tuning but sometimes drop it to D and it's what I do a lot of songwriting on. Currently, the LTD is in Drop C (down a whole step and the low string is down two steps) and the Tele is in A Standard (three and a half steps down, with the low 6 strings from a 7-string guitar). I play a lot of metal, so it works out. Haha.

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post #508 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 05:30 PM
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You have a Martin Stephanie? Nice. I have a red Washburn acoustic. It's quite beautiful with the red color and wood grain. I like my cheap Epiphone deluxe electric with twin humbuckers. I gave my Strat to a friend of mine who plays in a band. I never put the time in to practicing. I can play some but only because I've had guitars for, omg, 25 years now. The friend plays and records and I've got to hear the Strat I gave him. Sounds better with him playing it. I hate the way it sounded. I'm a sustain, humbucker kind of guy.

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post #509 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 05:42 PM
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I play, yeah. My favorites are my no-name (i.e. old and handmade) Spanish classical guitar, my Tele and the LTD EC401.

I keep the acoustic in standard tuning but sometimes drop it to D and it's what I do a lot of songwriting on. Currently, the LTD is in Drop C (down a whole step and the low string is down two steps) and the Tele is in A Standard (three and a half steps down, with the low 6 strings from a 7-string guitar). I play a lot of metal, so it works out. Haha.
Whoa, past the drop-D tuning I'm lost in the jargon. Drop D tuning is used in a few of my bluegrass songs, but being a metal guy you would probably laugh!

MH--I can relate, whenever someone else plays our strat or hollowbody electric, I think to myself "I don't deserve this guitar...this guitar deserves to be played like that!"

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post #510 of 883 Old 02-06-2010, 08:28 PM
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Heres me.

Not the best pic oh well. :) I was too lazy to find a good picc.
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