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May 13, 2020 21:55:03 GMT

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newBookmarkLockedFalling 'Bogha Fada' by Dave White
robmc 11 411 by robmc
Sept 14, 2020 18:43:21 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Parlour in Rosewood and Spruce
francis 50 1,705 by sweyne1
Sept 13, 2020 17:59:53 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Sands M 12 Fret - The Tree
ianlp59 28 1,075 by andyhowell
Sept 11, 2020 8:58:13 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Instrument no 14 - my first guitar
lars 24 1,021 by lars
Aug 30, 2020 6:09:53 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling "Bogha Beag" - an eight string Piccolo guitar
davewhite 30 1,523 by davewhite
Aug 26, 2020 15:00:47 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Ziricote Build
fretter 0 98 by fretter
Aug 26, 2020 9:16:02 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Octave Mandolin Build
matthewj 7 432 by matthew
Aug 23, 2020 13:36:31 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Kevin Aram Oil finish Article
martinrowe 7 242 by francis
Aug 5, 2020 21:36:41 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling 00 Nylon Guitar
olsk 2 334 by olsk
Jul 11, 2020 17:09:19 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Binding a few bodies...
nkforster 13 545 by nkforster
Jul 9, 2020 3:31:26 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Twins
nkforster 6 368 by nkforster
Jul 5, 2020 1:14:01 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Broken Neck
delb0y 6 548 by doc
Jun 28, 2020 4:38:07 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Buachaill Mór - New Build by Dave White
Martin 55 2,519 by Martin
Jun 21, 2020 20:08:41 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Parlour guitar build
olsk 5 323 by olsk
Jun 16, 2020 9:48:48 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling A parlour for me, er, I mean for Andrew!
francis 92 6,250 by andrewjw
Jun 10, 2020 16:08:46 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling For free
josemarques 1 252 by josemarques
Jun 4, 2020 17:25:05 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Turnstone Guitars - Rosie’s Workshop
brianr2 2 347 by Cams
May 26, 2020 13:38:44 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Andrew - A parlour Mk II
francis 39 1,823 by andrewjw
May 20, 2020 15:16:23 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling Alex Kirtley/Daddy Stovepipe
geddarby 1 219 by alexkirtley
May 17, 2020 20:39:55 GMT
newBookmarkLockedFalling A Bass Ukulele
lefranglais 11 369 by olsk
May 13, 2020 18:10:07 GMT


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scorpiodog: C'mon in, SDT. The water's fine! Sept 11, 2020 10:38:57 GMT
stringdriventhing: Haha! I'd never really noticed it before. I quite enjoyed my first shout and I may well do another one in the future ;-) Sept 11, 2020 11:32:59 GMT
martinrowe: Well - we're waiting! Sept 11, 2020 12:44:33 GMT
stringdriventhing: :-[ Sept 11, 2020 12:56:20 GMT
NewDave: I'm GASsing so bad I just started looking at acoustic basses. I need help. Sept 11, 2020 19:46:11 GMT
NewDave: Truth is I don't need any new guitars. I just need to get better at playing the ones I already have. But sometimes I WANT one even though I know it's completely irrational. Sept 11, 2020 20:22:28 GMT *
NewDave: There's a Larrivee LSV11 on ebay from the US that looks like it's a very competitive price. Sept 12, 2020 19:10:31 GMT
NewDave: I wonder if bidders realise they'll have to pay around 28% in duty and that Paypal charges £30 just to exchange currency and gives an exchange rate that's about the same as the one you get in the airport. Ebay displays a price based on the bank rate. Sept 12, 2020 19:12:00 GMT *
NewDave: I bought a guitar from Italy once - thought I'd snagged a bargain. Once I'd given Paypal a wheelbarrow full of money not such a bargain after all. And that was Italy so there weren't any duties payable. Sept 12, 2020 19:13:08 GMT *
NewDave: That was a joke by the way. I feel like I've been drinking even though I haven't. That's why it seemed funny to me. Everything does when I've been drinking. Even though I haven't. Sept 13, 2020 20:32:09 GMT *
scorpiodog: I have. Everything seems very nice, but a bit swimmy. Sept 13, 2020 23:07:09 GMT
NewDave: Sounds Grand. Sept 13, 2020 23:10:06 GMT
NewDave: I snapped. I bought a new guitar. It's either going to be a dog or a diamond. Sept 13, 2020 23:10:34 GMT
NewDave: And I think I'll open a bottle of Tiger now you've said that. Sept 13, 2020 23:10:49 GMT *
walkingdecay: No point in drinking beer now I "can't taste" anything. Turns out that "can't taste" actually means my tongue acts as if it's daubed with lead whatever I eat or drink even after recovering a little. Sept 16, 2020 7:47:38 GMT
walkingdecay: Speaking of meanings, I thought the phrase "Indian summer" came from the days of the Raj and summering in Poona, but it's actually derived from 18th C. French trappers who referred to extended hunting seasons in that way. You probably already knew that. Sept 16, 2020 7:55:18 GMT
NewDave: Actually I had no idea. Always thought it was something to do with new students having their first Bombay Bad Boy Pot Noodle. Sept 16, 2020 10:07:39 GMT
curmudgeon: I had to write a cheque today. I discovered that I had almost forgotten how to write ! True! Sept 17, 2020 21:51:53 GMT
martinrowe: It's said that prior to the invention of the printing press most people couldn't. What is the saying? Change happens, all the time. Sept 18, 2020 0:37:52 GMT *