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  1. johnreardon

    The Late, Great Britain?

    Well being British, I don't like being picked on. Why is thread still open? Special rules?
  2. johnreardon

    The Late, Great Britain?

    Must admit I am surprised this thread is still open. Are there special rules for some people?
  3. johnreardon

    The least expensive tube amp

    Would have been nice to at least see the amp.
  4. johnreardon

    Do you think guitar music will ever be great like it was from 1954 to 1979?

    The answer to this question, I believe, would depend on your age. As someone who started playing guitar late 50s and played in a group, throughout the 60s, my answer would be 'NO' However younger 'millennials' may think differently. But does it really matter?. It's not a competition. As...
  5. johnreardon

    Nicest R8 you've seen?

    Not gorgeous, but mine's a great player. Looks like a one piece top, but probably just well matched
  6. johnreardon

    Amps you sold but should have kept

    Funny enough I replaced an AC30 with a similar Marshall setup around 68. Head was 100w though
  7. johnreardon

    Amps you sold but should have kept

    Used to play with a band about 10 years ago and the other guitarist had one permanently set up in his living room, where we used to practice without drums. He was obviously divorced:D
  8. johnreardon

    Amps you sold but should have kept

    I had a Marshall 100w head + 8x10 cab. Wish I had kept both You can just about make them out here, the 8x10 alongside a homemade cab with 4x12 in
  9. johnreardon

    Is the Gibson 335 The Best Guitar Ever Made?

    No. There is no best. It's all down to what you like. BTW I have one
  10. johnreardon

    2019 R8 with slim neck profile...????

    My 2009 R8 neck is not that big. Certainly way smaller than the R6 & R8 I used to have. In fact it's very close to my R9
  11. johnreardon

    What is this finish called?

    Here's my Ice Tea R0 for comparison
  12. johnreardon

    Iced tea bursts?

    Here's my R0. Iced Tea was on the hang tag. I couldn't care really as it's a great guitar
  13. johnreardon

    New R9

    Bought another one a couple of days ago. It's an R9 with a Hard Rock Maple top. Colour is Stanley burst, which I believe is named after the one played by Paul Stanley. I hadn't really gone out to buy another R9, but this one really sounded nice. The HRM certainly made the Burstbuckers a bit...
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