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LK155 last won the day on May 2

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  1. After watching this, I will no longer feel bad about bending my head way over to see what the hell my fingers are doing. Even if it's hard on the back.
  2. It seems that every couple of years we hear about Rendall and his WD-40 advice, and once again, it seems that the original message has been totally misconstrued. Yes, I was there that day. Yes, Rendall said using WD-40 on your strings was a good idea, but the whole thrust of this notion was to prevent oxidation and corrosion of the strings, nothing more. After all, he said, the WD stands for Water Displacement. And you treat the strings BEFORE they're put on the guitar!!! Jeez Louise. It works. I've done this for years at string changes: lay your new strings out on some newspaper, spray them with WD-40, wipe them off with a rag, then install them on the guitar. It may not do much for the unwound strings, but the wound ones definitely last much longer.
  3. Well, that was quick! Excellent repair. You likely just doubled the value of that guitar.
  4. Great looking H535, Brent. That looks like a fairly straightforward repair (famous last words, right?), as long as you can figure out a way to get at it.
  5. The Heritage website says this about the inlays: Fretboard Inlays: Acrylic Trapezoid
  6. "How am I going to pay for this? I've already got 8 amps that don't get much use."
  7. Yup. Appears to be a GAX30 body with a homemade pickguard. Doesn't mean it's trash, but it's no Heritage.
  8. Brent, it's amazing that you can still walk, with all those horseshoes back there. You know where.
  9. Beautiful guitar, Rob. Don't know if it needs the guard, though.
  10. Rob, re website photos (assuming Windows PC): Get the photo on your screen, right-click, select Save Image As, give it a name and a destination folder on your pc, click on Save. That's all you need to do.
  11. Yowsers! Nice choice, Rob. That Lark link worked a couple of hours ago, but not now. Whatever. Just tell people it'll look like your H150 20th Anniversary. Speaking of which, doesn't that one make your new purchase somewhat duplicately redundant? Not that there's anything wrong with that.
  12. I watched the video demo of this amp being compared to a trio of vintage Fender amps. Very, very impressive. Mr. Quilter seems to have pretty well perfected the art of making his amps sound as good as just about anything you could imagine. You'll have fun with this one.
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