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Re: New Marvin

Postby Teflon » Sun Mar 13, 2022 11:03 am

Uncle Fiesta wrote:Bit of a waste when you hear the horrible noise he is making on it.


But it's what the new owners will need to do if they want their guitars to appeal to more than just us oldies.
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Re: New Marvin

Postby Uncle Fiesta » Sat Mar 26, 2022 10:34 am

Teflon wrote:
Uncle Fiesta wrote:Bit of a waste when you hear the horrible noise he is making on it.


But it's what the new owners will need to do if they want their guitars to appeal to more than just us oldies.


In which case it might be better to come up with some new designs rather than just keep making the 50 year old ones.
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Re: New Marvin

Postby Teflon » Sat Mar 26, 2022 12:51 pm

Uncle Fiesta wrote:
Teflon wrote:
Uncle Fiesta wrote:Bit of a waste when you hear the horrible noise he is making on it.


But it's what the new owners will need to do if they want their guitars to appeal to more than just us oldies.


In which case it might be better to come up with some new designs rather than just keep making the 50 year old ones.


Works just fine for Fender and Gibson
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