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    Quote Originally Posted by WeirdBits View Post
    There’s something seriously wrong with that book... too much damn reverb!
    Dick Dale and Martin Cilia may disagree.

    Col.

    I admit that I am an agent of Satan, however, my duties are largely ceremonial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeirdBits View Post
    There’s something seriously wrong with that book... too much damn reverb!

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    Nice one Weirdy.
    Build #1 - ST-1 - Completed and upgraded
    Build #2 - LP-1SS - Completed | Co-Winner-May 2016 GOTM | Runner up GOTY 2016
    Build #3 - TLA-1R - Completed
    Build #4 - SGD-612 - Completed | Runner up Feb 2017 GOTM
    Build #5 - ES-1G - Completed
    Build #6 - STA-1HT | Completed | Co-Winner - July 2017 GOTM
    Build #7 - ST1JR - Completed
    Current Build #8 - JBA-4
    Build #9 - Semi-scratch build Tele x 2 - Completed
    Current Build #10 - PRS-1H
    Current Build #11 - AGJR-1
    Current Build #12 - ATL1SB

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    RIP Dick Dale, but all that spring reverb was bound to get you in the end..........

    If only playe reverbs were portable........
    Current:
    AST-1FB

    Completed:
    First Act ME276 (resurrected curb-side find)
    ES-5V
    Scratchie lapsteel
    Custom ST-1 12 String (to be converted to 6 string)
    JBA-4
    TL-1TB
    Scratch Lapsteel
    Meinl DIY Cajon
    Cigar Box lap steel

    Wishing:
    Baritone
    Scratchie 12 string
    Open D/Standard Double 6 twin neck

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    Dick Dale did a pretty good version of Pipeline with Stevie Ray Vaughan, a mate of mine wants to do a cover version of it with me as part of a live gig performance.

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    I used to play Pipeline with the band I was in decades ago in my gigging days.
    Current:
    AST-1FB

    Completed:
    First Act ME276 (resurrected curb-side find)
    ES-5V
    Scratchie lapsteel
    Custom ST-1 12 String (to be converted to 6 string)
    JBA-4
    TL-1TB
    Scratch Lapsteel
    Meinl DIY Cajon
    Cigar Box lap steel

    Wishing:
    Baritone
    Scratchie 12 string
    Open D/Standard Double 6 twin neck

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    Overlord of Music Andy40's Avatar
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    So much makes more sense now....

    Tweed Era Model Number System
    The first number indicates the decade: 5 = 1950's, 6 = 1960's.

    The second letter indicates the cabinet type: A & B = TV Front, C & D = Wide Panel, E & F = Narrow Panel, G = Brown, Blonde or Black Tolex.

    The third number indicates the model with 3 = Deluxe.

    So "5E3" = 1950's Narrow Panel Deluxe.
    Build #1 - ST-1 - Completed and upgraded
    Build #2 - LP-1SS - Completed | Co-Winner-May 2016 GOTM | Runner up GOTY 2016
    Build #3 - TLA-1R - Completed
    Build #4 - SGD-612 - Completed | Runner up Feb 2017 GOTM
    Build #5 - ES-1G - Completed
    Build #6 - STA-1HT | Completed | Co-Winner - July 2017 GOTM
    Build #7 - ST1JR - Completed
    Current Build #8 - JBA-4
    Build #9 - Semi-scratch build Tele x 2 - Completed
    Current Build #10 - PRS-1H
    Current Build #11 - AGJR-1
    Current Build #12 - ATL1SB

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