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 Post subject: Re: JINGLE-JANGLE FINISHES AN ACOUSTIC
 Post Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2008 6:20 am 
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I really want to get a ric acoustic but I dont even know if its possible to get one. Can some one tell me where you can get one.



See the post above yours, and the other one two posts above that...

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 Post Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2008 6:21 am 
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Hi Jingle_Jangle,
I'm wondering 'bout the ...co.uk adress - if I may ask, are you British?
I do have scratch on Jetglo 325, and people that could fix this are, well, rar to find here in Europe

Sorry for the off-topic question.
Cheers,
Florian


Florian, I'm in San Francisco, CA. The .uk email address is a long story, the moral of which is: don't archive your emails on somebody else's server...

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+1 for the Acoustic Bass. If you would make that, or maybe even influence are friend Mr. Hall into bringing one into production with the beauty of a design that I'm sure you will come up with, then my life might be fulfilled... when I have enough moolah...


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Florian, I'm in San Francisco, CA. The .uk email address is a long story, the moral of which is: don't archive your emails on somebody else's server...


Oh, okay then. Just made a file backup yesterday, onto an iDisk sitting in Cupertino, CA, I guess. Funny thing the internet, were you got storage and your mailbox on the other side of the world. And you get to meet people who built your favo(u)rite guitars as if they were your neighbo(u)r... (leading me back to the original topic...)


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Just curious--seems like the inlays are right-handed, while the rest of the guitar is left-handed, or is my angle wrong?


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Well, this proves it. Some guys got it, and some guys (like me) don't. Great work JJ. Actually, almost unbelieveable. Best, dog


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Just curious--seems like the inlays are right-handed, while the rest of the guitar is left-handed, or is my angle wrong?


Clifton, I wanted the orientation of the inlays to be the same as my 360s (note the link below), since that's what I used to. It wasn't until very recently that the "lefty" inlays began to appear on the market.

http://inlinethumb25.webshots.com/38808 ... 600Q85.jpg

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Hey, Hommi...we're homeys!

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