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The Prodigal Son Returns
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Author:  Byrdwatcher [ Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:37 pm ]
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:roll: After a couple problems I had a few years back with a mega store dealer who shall remain nameless, I swore I would most probably never own a RIC even though I had wanted a RIC my entire life. It was just not in the cards at that time. It was part my fault for expecting too much from a dealer that really did not much care about the products they sold. Enter today and a delivery of a new 360-12MG from pickofthericks. I could not be more excited as I opened the double boxed treasure. I knew that this time, I was dealing with a great dealer as Chris answered all my questions and even sent me pics of the guitar I was purchasing. I am sorry for being such a pain a few years back and hope you guys forgive me and welcome me back to RICland. The guitar looks stunning and I will never divulge the iconspicuous beauty marks in the grain that signify this is MY RIC. I never returned the neck wrench I bought originally. Perhaps this was an omen, or maybe it was the shirt and decals I purchased previously. And maybe it was the McGuinn dvd I watched a thousand times. All I know is that I am finally a Ric player and happy to be back. :)

Author:  mmsb13 [ Sat Aug 27, 2011 12:26 am ]
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Welcome back! & congrats on the new Ric. Enjoy!!!
I have a 370/ 6 (currently in the hands of Jingle Jangle, having a B5 Bigsby installed :mrgreen: , can't wait to get that back!) and a 370/12. Luv them both, so I know how you feel.

Author:  Byrdwatcher [ Sun Aug 28, 2011 7:39 am ]
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Wow! I plugged in yesterday and just cant get over how easy it is to play! I am comparing to my Gretsch 12 and AYairi DY12 acoustic. And each little subtle detail on this guitar becomes visible like opening a present each time I pick it up. Like the walnut stripes on the neck with beautiful grain. The so cool and groovy headstock design. And that undeniable chime. It sounds even better than it looks if that is even possible. I love this guitar as if it were a living and breathing thing. :D

Author:  jbudweiser [ Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:10 am ]
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Welcome back ''prodigal son'' glad to hear you had better luck this time
Yes POTR's are good! Enjoy!

Author:  ByrdBro [ Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:50 am ]
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Once bitten forever smitten....

Welcome back

Author:  nightfire [ Thu Sep 22, 2011 12:01 am ]
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" I love this guitar as if it were a living breathing thing"

What do you mean "if" !!!!!!????

Author:  jbudweiser [ Thu Sep 22, 2011 2:53 pm ]
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nightfire wrote:
" I love this guitar as if it were a living breathing thing"

What do you mean "if" !!!!!!????



:lol: :lol: If it bites it's got to be alive!

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