Joined: June 2007
1998 Landola Jumbo dreadnought with curly maple back and sides (teh SEXXXXXI_HAWT) will post pics when I return to her
2004 Goldtone Banjo, heavier than hell. An old man in Bryson City NC once told me if a banjo don't weigh 19.3 lbs, it ain't worth shit. I reckon he's right, hell I don't know. I like this one.
1982 Gibson Epiphone Mandolin, don't know the model. pretty good little bug, swapped a half pound of ginseng and 100 bucks for it.
ca 1850 fiddle, no label, very sweet low tones and screaming high. wish i could play it as good as it sounds. My good friend Roger Howell (Madison County, NC, look him up!!! Master old-time fiddler and keeper of the tradition in those parts) fixed it up from where it had been broken before, came in an old timey coffin case. Bow is 150 years old too.
ca 1950 John Juzek fiddle, it's OK. needs to be fixed up before I can determine if it is worth a damn, those years are hyper variable but this one shows a little promise in the grain of the wood on top. I swapped a blowed up Ford Bronco to my dad's cousin for that, he got the truck up and running for 30 bucks and I am stuck with one more fiddle (wife loooooved that one). Ive got four extra bows that go with it, if any of you know anything about fiddle bows PM me and I'll send you some pics. They could be valuable, hell I don't know.
2003 Crimona stand up bass, pretty good bass for the money. and even a shitty bass makes it sound that much better anyway.
When the shit hits the fan, what are all you electric ladyland boys going to do for fun? No power, no noise? Long Live the Neo Luddite Revolution.
You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK
Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG
the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat
I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles