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Offline SoberRat

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #20 on: January 07, 2019, 11:23 PM »

The first one looks like a strat but I don't think it is

I'm not a guitarist but my mate collects them and now has about 50


That is a lot of guitars  ;D Mine is far smaller than that due to space/money hahaha. The guitar is actually based on a Strat by another fairly high end company, I'm sure your mate will know what a Levinson Blade is.

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Rob
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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #21 on: January 08, 2019, 08:28 AM »
Very nice, Rob! I've reduced my guitar and amp stock to 5 as I only play for my own pleasure these days. I eventually replaced my Marshall AVT50 with a much more house (and neighbour!) friendly Vox Mini 5, I still play around with my Boss RC30 looper but these days its my Blacktop Tele and Epiphone PR5 electro-acoustic that see the most action.


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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #22 on: January 08, 2019, 10:10 AM »
Those Vox Mini 5 have a nice sound and if you're playing at home more the 50w Marshall is a bit loud  ;) personally I just can't part with my gigging amp (Mesa Boogie Mk4) even though I don't gig much now.   
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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #23 on: January 09, 2019, 08:10 AM »
Lovely guitars SR

 Im a "bottom end man" lol. My wife bought me a second hand 1976 fender jazz back in 198o for £305.

Ive got 6 other basses but shes still my fave.

Still gigging around Brum but not as often as Id like to...

Perhaps we should start a band!!

Band name anyone??

Regards Mick

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #24 on: January 09, 2019, 09:08 AM »
Band name anyone??
"The Cr00ners" (zeros, not ohs) !
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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #25 on: January 09, 2019, 07:21 PM »
Lovely guitars SR

 Im a "bottom end man" lol. My wife bought me a second hand 1976 fender jazz back in 198o for £305.

Ive got 6 other basses but shes still my fave.

Still gigging around Brum but not as often as Id like to...

Perhaps we should start a band!!

Band name anyone??

Regards Mick
Thanks MDB. Yes I still like my mid 80's Kramer, the neck on it always feels like home. I don't gig much either now, most of my work comes from teaching guitar in schools which doesn't work too well if you're getting home aroung 2 am from gigging  :D

Band name anyone??
"The Cr00ners" (zeros, not ohs) !
Yes that would work Phil, but if it's a metal/rock band I think "Vindaloo and the ring burners" would be more appropriate  :)

All the best

Rob   
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