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Picking this up today

Fernandes TEJ-70 looks tidy enough for a punt
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Lace Alumitone Deathbucker

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final touch for the big brother inverted cross peavey :)

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Been waiting for a set of Bareknuckle Bluenote P90s to turn up. Sent a week ago today by NZ Couriers. These guys are really quite shit at their job. Last time I used them my package ended up in Tauranga instead of Auckland. Fingers crossed...
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A third Weber speaker to match the other two in my Vibro King.
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NPD ... New Print Day, arrived in the post this morning and is stunning. Didn't manage to get a pic as it was straight off to the framers. Shipwreck (Ahipara) by Ants (strummersofthunder)

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I thought I'd seen this before, very cool!

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Been talking to Ants since before Christmas, all of his art is places I have surfed and I just love his perspective. Ahipara is the place I have surfed most.

The little cabin in the corner is a tin garage owned by the Reihana family, they used to let me and friends stay there for nothing for years (always gave them a couple of crates and free use of the fishing gear). Great memories, Supertubes, Shark Alley and Blue House.

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Smallsound Bigsound Team Awesome Fuzz Machine.
Specifically for use with bass. Demo’s look good. Lots of tonal options.

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Squier Classic Vibe Strat in a particularly fetching pink/purple sparkle finish. I'm rather excited about it, a different sound and look and from all the reviews I've been reading, the Squier Classic Vibe series are really good guitars.

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rickenbackerkid wrote:Squier Classic Vibe Strat in a particularly fetching pink/purple sparkle finish. I'm rather excited about it, a different sound and look and from all the reviews I've been reading, the Squier Classic Vibe series are really good guitars.
That the one that was one TM with the matching headstock? Saw that and was rather tempted myself. Strats and I don't get on though.

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Yup. Been up a couple of times and has dropped in price each time. $525 + shipping seems like a sharp price - they are $900 new, and this one has a hard case

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So I bought the avo guitar...

I've been thinking about getting a smaller guitar to have in my car boot all the time, and I've wanted a resonator for ages too.

So...

And I won't be offended if you feel obliged to laugh...my wife said nobody would take me seriously if I played that. But why would they start doing that anyway?
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Fulltone '69 Fuzz. Heard some good things about these. Anyone got one?
All the gear... absolutely no idea...

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Late '40s or early '50s Kay K70 Venetian mandolin.

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