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man those some nice acoustics, I just recently bought a washburn acoustic myself.. D series.. I love how it sounds. But I'll make ya a deal, my guitars for yours:D
 

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dudley doright said:
......but how do I attach a jpeg?
Hi dudley. I had the same problem. You need some space outside of this forum to store your pictures and link them from here. Your internet provider may already be providing you with server space. I went with Photobucket.com. It was recommended here. It was easy to sign up and you can store images and video clips.

http://www.photobucket.com/

Edit: here's my Fender DG5. It's a cheapie but I like it.

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j228/ofender/DG5.jpg
 

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GuitarsCanada said:
Say.... thats a really nice job there. Have you built many before?
That was my first one, which I kept. It was pretty ambitious with hand-bending the cutaway. To think I wanted to add a Laskin bevel too... uh, no.

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I'm very pleased by the number of Seagull Guitars in this thread....

Hopefully one day soon, I'll find time and room to get pics of the 4 I own... plus the rest of my gear

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wot hang'n around the house

My first post here;

a few of wot's hang'n out here present & past;
this is my 7 daily players these days;

- Martin custom shop 12 Fret D, sitkia over Mahog, 2004
- Larrivee OM19, NOS, 2002
- Martin D18, 1954
- Paracho flaminco, 1971
- Gibson B45-12, 1980's
- Dobro Model 19 prototype, 1934

and from a couple of years ago;

- Yamaha "Red Label" classical, sitika over Braz, 1965
- Guild F20, 1962
- Gibson B25-12, 1964
and the B45-12 that is still in rotation today... there's few more on standby... including some electrics as well.. but mainly i play acoustic these days

i play for fun only, no recording, no giging, only fun.. and fun it is ;-)

Ta,

d.
 

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Dudley, you would post the pics as you would on the Taylor forum. First get the pic hosted somwhere (ussually you ISP will provide some space for free) write the post and attach the link by clicking on the "insert Image Icon" it's the yellow box in the toolbar.
 
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