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Moxie last won the day on October 13 2016

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  • Birthday 20/08/1965

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    Matt Guthrie DeLange
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    1977 Esprit S1
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    Washington Heights, NY, USA

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  1. Hi All, Does anyone have a recommended shipper, other than DHL/UPS/FedEx, to get two pallets/boxes of a finished interior door-to-door from the UK to USA? Thanks, Matt
  2. This place is like the don't get to leave. 👍
  3. No credit for turning you on to her? 😭
  4. The key is to neither sit nor stand, but to crotch...I mean crouch:
  5. Two “poll” questions: (1) what’s the best guitar you have relative to what it cost; and (2) what’s the weirdest guitar you have regardless of cost?
  6. The switches have a surprisingly huge effect. Specs: Demo:
  7. I relate to "Price Really Sucks," but when you come across a PRS that's so versatile in tones, so light/comfortable/ergonomic, and so sexy that it's easy to decide to sell a few lesser axes in order to pay for it, then it doesn't suck nearly as much, and you can actually end up with more money than when you started. which is what happened to me. So I sold a Custom Shop Les Paul and a Grosh P-90 ElectraJet and ended up with a a PRS 509 "10-Top" in Blood Orange, and I don't regret selling the other axes for a second because this thing is so fantastic and versatile. It's my #1 go-to guitar.
  8. Speaking of multi-scale guitars, I picked up this amazing Yamamoto baritone acoustic last December in San Francisco while out there for the 20th anniversary memorial concert for my old pal Michael Hedges. Two hours after I picked it up I handed it to another pal, the great Andy McKee, who played it like he owned it and gave me a massive inferiority complex. Bastard. That’s master luthier/innovator Steve Klein on the left.
  9. Too late and too many to post, but this is my current favorite.
  10. Wow. Just show's you my level of ignorance. I thought all the dry sump '82 Turbos were Essex livery prototypes!
  11. In 2009 I bought a used 2005 American Series Fender Nashville B-bender Telecaster, didn't like the middle Strat pickup (which has long ago disappeared), and really just wanted a great Tele with a B-bender, so I kinda went crazy with it—replaced the Tele pickups with a set by Kinman, swapped the neck for a Warmoth, swapped the tuners for locking Sperzels, swapped the pickguard…I think that's where the insanity ended. Anyway, I just found the original Tele pickups, which I believe are both "American Standard" series single coils. If you want 'em, they're yours for postage. Just reply here or PM me.
  12. I used to think Explorers, Firebirds, etc., were absurd, oversized things, but they're the most comfortable axes out there and consistently sound amazing. And that one is sweet. Real men play natural finish mahogany.
  13. Does that mean I can finally reveal the one-of-a-kind TRON Les Paul that Daniel Simon agreed to design for me? (Kidding. It's a Photoshop job.)
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