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Re: UK Session II

Post by westcoaster on Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:47 pm

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westcoaster wrote:That's us Scots for you, non-confrontational peace loving and generous to a fault.

Did you type that tongue in cheek... Smile

By the way check the size of Leslie West's hands. Like shovels!

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Re: UK Session II

Post by hoax on Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:36 pm

You are a bad man Damian!

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:37 pm

westcoaster wrote:I think I sense some tension, everyone take a deep breath and........................relax.

Cheers Westcoaster, nothing to fret about.... everyone is loose as a goose 'round these haunts.

Damian and I are very much alright in my book, I will admit that I get too easily bored at times and that is usually when it seems that things are going sideways.

He is a class act (right along with all the rest of you) and if we ever get a chance to bend elbows at the pub I'll be more than happy to let him buy the first round.

Glass in mouth syndrome, huh? Administer doses by the hour, on the hour and you'll be fine...

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Re: UK Session II

Post by corsair on Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:41 pm

Uh-huh! Anyway - being not quite as loose as a goose - , back OT; are having a crack at this one, Steve? If so, bonne chance; I'm a little gutted that I've missed the chance to pick up a guitar from David, but thems the breaks - long range shipping kills the deal stone cold dead, particularly with a neck thru or set neck!!

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:58 pm

In it to win it, John. All the classic beauties seem to always be on the wrong side of the pond.

My last attempt was foiled by The SARCASTic One and I just do not see these often enough. Add to that the fact that this one has my wife's WGAS ragin' like a cajun and Bob's yer Uncle.

Very nice grain on this one and I'm sure it is in tip top shape so I may as well take a swing.

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Re: UK Session II

Post by westcoaster on Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:03 pm

FWIW if i was having a crack at this i'd be happy to pay for a hardshell case in the hope that it would protect it, although:

Good luck with your ongoing quest for everything. Very Happy

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Re: UK Session II

Post by corsair on Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:35 pm

Yeah; 'United broke my Taylor' is a classic, and exactly the reason it bothers me to do the set neck thing from this distance. though my friend Don has a houseful of neck thrus and set necks that have come from the US with no problems but then he also pays the premium price to ship it and I can't justify that sort of dosh for a guitar that would, in all likelihood, just gather dust. He's only had one guitar broken at the headstock in the dozen or so he's bought, which is pretty good going.

From the UK, though, to here is different matter; Australia Post have an appalling reputation for breaking stuff and even getting stuff shipped within Aussie is not exactly cheap; *sigh* Ask me about dealing with Australian wharfies.... Evil or Very Mad

Steve, I say 'go hard', mainly because we know midhilis and can be sure that anything he sends will be well packed and is more than likely to arrive in one piece...

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:45 pm

Iceman wrote:
My last attempt was foiled by The SARCASTic One and I just do not see these often enough.

Ya know I really wouldn't mind having a blonde one of these, and this one looks sharp. But no competition from me on anything till after October. The cool thing is since I have been saving for my wedding, I see how much I can really save, so come November, I can relieve my GAS Smile


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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Sun Jun 03, 2012 4:56 pm


Beer Buddies Dance 2 Band Basketball Dance 1 Dance 3 :smurf: :speedy:

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Re: UK Session II

Post by hoax on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:21 am


Bought anything nICE recently?

Huh?

Double Huh?

Been on a spending session?

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Re: UK Session II

Post by grogg on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:31 am

Wow that session went very cheap £281.59, guess you got it Steve.
FWIW my session has the best action of all my guits, very nice neck to play but is a big lump..

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:32 am

hoax wrote:
Bought anything nICE recently?

Huh?

Double Huh?

Been on a spending session?

Hoax

You just could not keep away from the SAUCE, could you?... it's simmering alone nicely and you just HAD to stir the pot.... Dance 1

A watched pot never boils, Graham. Now you get yerself outa the kitchen young man and stay away from the matches... :cherry:

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Re: UK Session II

Post by hoax on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:38 am

Don't know what you are talkin' about man. I don't do the cookin' around here, that's wifey's domain!!

Have you been muchin' those little cookies with the added herbs?

(Phew - that was close - think I just got away with it!!)

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PS no-one will ever figure out what we are talking about. Not even when they see your big hand holding a celebratory drink with every available emoticon (except the mouse rodgering the elephant!)

No Ice - We are cool - no-one suspects anything!!

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:44 am

Just pulling into work now so I'll deal with you later today.... you enabler, you... lol!

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Re: UK Session II

Post by Westbone on Mon Jun 04, 2012 9:06 am

Bought any Session II's lately hoax Suspect

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Re: UK Session II

Post by hoax on Mon Jun 04, 2012 9:39 am

Scotland You OK? USA

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Re: UK Session II

Post by bowenjaybee on Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:13 am

I could be wrong, but my guess to all this head scratching nonsense is... one Session II on it's way to Mr Ice in the USA from Scotland care of Mr Hoax, ..........


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Re: UK Session II

Post by Iceman on Mon Jun 04, 2012 6:09 pm

Westbone wrote:Bought any Session II's lately hoax Suspect

Ya' think? Idea

Just to keep Graham from continuing to beat me over the head with it, yeah... I'm 'fessing up.

Midhilis went well above the call to try to make this auction accessible to me but I was being blocked from bidding no matter what he tried. He even offered to end and relist it but I felt that might upset the current bidders and turn them off to rebidding if he did. So I instead enlisted the help of our favorite Scot and between the two of us (several adult beverages later no doubt) we managed to find a way.

Thank you again, midhilis. This one will be very much loved and cherished.


And as I said yesterday Graham... Cokes and Brandy ( bottom shelf of course ) are on me one day.

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