My Ex Parts Strat

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  1. axe4me

    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    I sold this at the Oaks, Pa guitar show for $200.00.

    The body was free.

    The Kramer Floyd Rose maple neck was free.

    The Seymour Duncan p/u; Schaller mini tuners and help from Paul Unkert cost me $85.00.

    I took off the Roland Synth p/u (still have it).

    There's a void in the stash.

    Will replace before the year is up.

    :agreed:
     
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    StrummerJoe Well-Known Member

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    Here's a fish I caught.

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    on live bait or cut bait?
    you need to make a fish carry box out of a old guitar case. :applause:
    kinda like ole George T.good's guitar case pool cue case.
    bad to the bone video.
     
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    Caught that on a 6 ounce leadhead with a rubber worm on it. You can see it hanging over the side of the boat. Wash fishing for lingcod, but was plenty happy to get a cabezon. Good white meat.

    Ugly as sin to most, but I think they look pretty cool. And they're yummy too!
     
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    oh yeah they look like little warriors dont they? dont know that ive ever tried them. i imagine i have at some point somewhere. walleye is another amizing taste. its been yrs for me though. they stock them in the
    reservoir's over here to control the blueback herring populations and it seems to be working. nobody
    targets them so getting info on how to catch them around here is impossible.
     
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    Looks something like a monk fish we used to catch in off shore dragging. Some could swallow that guy whole though.
     
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    Love that sea food on the organ coast craps and clams for me . The great thing about strats is lots of parts just build one
     
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    i like Electro's pedals. great bang for the buck.
    anybody on a budget can find what they are
    looking for in their line.
     
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    When I lived in Minnesota for a few years a long time ago I'd catch Northern Pike and Walleye mostly. I was young and can't remember what bait we used when trolling them. When I was Ice fishing I gigged them with a spear and a big lure w/no hooks that hung from the hut. Yank on the lure it swam in circles and the fish swam up to the hole and you'd spear them and yank them out. In the Rivers we caught them by hand by standing in the river facing up stream legs spread and hands stuck down in the water palms out a couple inches apart. When they'd hit your hands snatch them and toss them up on shore.
     
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    cant do that here lol. they say you can spotlight for them in the shallows at night here. they come real close to shore.
    say that their glowing eyes give them away or so im told.
     
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    Grew up in Ohio. Lake Erie perch and walleye just can't be beat.

    Of course that was decades ago. I understand the fishing is nothing like what it was back then.
     
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    It isn't anywhere my friend....even in Alaska...makes me sad.
     
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