Re: A shell of its former self


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Posted by Ed on June 05, 2001 at 16:02:46:

In Reply to: Re: A shell of its former self posted by Andy Seed on June 05, 2001 at 11:52:27:

Yup, it does.
It's helpful to point the article out, implying dire consequences (you should check out before you buy)maybe isn't so helpful.
Likewise your wording about Kays, sure you didn't say anything specific, but the implication was there. Again, you want to ask a question (Why are there so many Kays for sale) that's one thing, implying that such numbers constitute 'dumping" is something else entirely. Even on your side of the pond.
My inquiry as to what and who you play with was just to determine if you actually played the instrument or were just some 15 year old taking a break from working on Korn tabs.
Oh, here's a question. How old can a "very old German plywood" bass be? Oh and being a Brit and all, have you gotten to check out any of Paul Bryant's basses?



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