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    I have added a OFR to the Eerie Dess Swirl.
    Working on 80 BPM Penotonic Scale Exercises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t-top havoc View Post
    I have added a OFR to the Eerie Dess Swirl.
    Working on 80 BPM Penotonic Scale Exercises.

    "OFR????" Eerie Dess Swirl ???? I hope google /Bing / Dog Pile can help! LOL
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    OFR = Original Floyd Rose (tremolo)

    Eerie Dess Swirl = Iridescence Swirl finish
    https://reverb.com/au/item/825936-ja...rie-dess-swirl

    Working on 80 BPM Penotonic Scale Exercises.
    Good Job!
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    Thank You 36!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    Thank You 36!!
    Anytime my friend!
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    Sorry about that
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    @36 sedan
    nailed it.

    It's too easy to think everyone knows the
    " Alphabet Soup " some times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t-top havoc View Post
    It's too easy to think everyone knows the
    " Alphabet Soup " some times.
    Ain't that the truth! It seems to get worse as I get older too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    Ain't that the truth! It seems to get worse as I get older too.
    I'm glad I'm not the only one!!
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    Acronyms have been around for a lot time but, in that time - there are acronyms that are duplicated... and it seems to get worse in the trades! It used to be common courtesy to at least type out the words and then put the acronym in parenthesis ... then when you used the acronym, the reader could refer to the above and the words made sense...

    At least that's how I was taught but that practice seems to have disappeared into the history.. not complaining.. just venting. LOL 8-)

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    Old School Bluegrass here. Son-inLaw is building me a guitar to match the 33.

    Martin-01.jpgMartin-02.jpgMartin-03.jpgGuitar-6.jpgOld School Bluegrasser here,
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    Finally the conversation has turned to Acoustics
    I am an old rocker (mostly Southern Rock), and made my living in my teens and early 20's on the Holiday Inn circuit-then, I came senses, had a Career (retired now), but have always been a Guitar/Bass player.
    So, I turned Acoustic and have been playing them since I was 13-I play a lot of Blues and an eclectic mix of stuff-
    Anyway, I thought I'd show two of my favorite Guitars right now (sorry for thebad pictures, but I had them loaded on my phone)-
    The first one is Martin GPCPA1-typical Martin sound, lots of lower tones, great for alternative tunings and slide work.
    The second is my Taylor 855ce 12 string, and amazingly it is one of my favorites-nice, bright, full sound while also being super easy to play-
    I don't have pictures, but zi also have an 816ce Taylor, an 1867 Ovation Legend and I am having an itching to get an electric again- I've always played Les Paul's, so I'm in the market now and hope to have in a few Months once I figure out which one-
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    Nice looking guitars 35window. Don't think you can ever go wrong on a Martin... but they are usually outta my price range right now. Have been for a number of years.

    I wonder if there is anyone who doesn't enjoy hearing a 12 string? I tried playing one that belonged to a friend of mine. My fat fingers would need a lot more practice to stay off the strings above and below the one I was trying to play! LOL...

    Thanks for sharing the pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35WINDOW View Post
    Finally the conversation has turned to Acoustics
    I am an old rocker (mostly Southern Rock), and made my living in my teens and early 20's on the Holiday Inn circuit-then, I came senses, had a Career (retired now), but have always been a Guitar/Bass player.
    So, I turned Acoustic and have been playing them since I was 13-I play a lot of Blues and an eclectic mix of stuff-
    Anyway, I thought I'd show two of my favorite Guitars right now (sorry for thebad pictures, but I had them loaded on my phone)-
    The first one is Martin GPCPA1-typical Martin sound, lots of lower tones, great for alternative tunings and slide work.
    The second is my Taylor 855ce 12 string, and amazingly it is one of my favorites-nice, bright, full sound while also being super easy to play-
    I don't have pictures, but zi also have an 816ce Taylor, an 1867 Ovation Legend and I am having an itching to get an electric again- I've always played Les Paul's, so I'm in the market now and hope to have in a few Months once I figure out which one-
    Beautiful Martin Guitar, mines 35 years old
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    Thanks for sharing that- while I absolutely adore my Martin (and I've had a few), I believe my Taylors' are equally well made (if not more) and more than a formidable competitor to Martin (they cost about the same)-
    Taylor's been gaining momentum in the last ten years or so, and features like a resettable shimmed neck, reforesting a Ebony Forest in Cameroon (to establish sustainable Ebony), Warranty, first rate quality, customer service and a brighter tone (of course that is subjective) have all played a role in my ongoing love affair with them-a Martin dreadnought is tough competition though-
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