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Crucifer
Posted 2006-12-22 3:13 PM (#225391)
Subject: New member


Joined:
December 2002
Posts: 5

Location: San Diego
Hi gang,

I just wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. I just found this site, and had to join. I have a 1979 1657-7 Anniversay Legend that I bought around 1985 from Guitar Center for $300. I have been playing for 40 years and it is by far the nicest guitar I have played. My wife wanted to buy me a Taylor a few months ago, so I test drove a few of them at a local guitar shop here in San Diego. None of the ones I played made me want to give up my Ovation. (I'll still let her buy me a Taylor if she insists. :) )

Happy holidays all!
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-22 3:23 PM (#225392 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
October 2006
Posts: 5575

Location: big island
aloha crucifer!
welcome aboard. i wanna know how you got a three digit member number though? nice vintage collection there.

Merry Christmas,

randy
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Crucifer
Posted 2006-12-22 3:30 PM (#225393 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
December 2002
Posts: 5

Location: San Diego
Thanks Lanaki! No clue about the member number. Some things are best unknown I guess. Most of the vintage guitars listed were my everyday players at one time or another during my youth, except for the Teisco which I got at a swap meet back in the 90's for $40, and the Kay which was rescued from a dumpster in El Centro, CA about 20 years ago.

Cheers!
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Jason_S
Posted 2006-12-22 3:30 PM (#225394 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
August 2006
Posts: 2804

Location: ranson,wva
because he registered in 2002...jason
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Crucifer
Posted 2006-12-22 3:34 PM (#225395 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
December 2002
Posts: 5

Location: San Diego
Sounds plausible. I don't remember joining back then. That's embarrassing.
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Jason_S
Posted 2006-12-22 3:58 PM (#225396 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
August 2006
Posts: 2804

Location: ranson,wva
.Crucifer
Junior Member
Member # 857

posted December 22, 2006 03:34 PM
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Sounds plausible. I don't remember joining back then. That's embarrassing.

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79 1657-7
79 Fender Strat
03 Jackson DKMGT
60's Teisco ET-310
60's Harmony Archtone
50's Kay Archtop electric
60's Silvertone 12-string
60's Airline 'Tele'
99 Ibanez RG120
03 Squire Affinity Strat
03 Esteban (really!) acoustic

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Posts: 3 | From: San Diego | Registered: Dec 2002 | IP: Logged |

belive it now..lol jason
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Phil Wong
Posted 2006-12-22 4:03 PM (#225397 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
June 2003
Posts: 1792

Location: Rego Park, NY,
Welcome Crucifer,
Remember to tell your wife that Taylor is spelled "A-D-A-M-A-S" :cool: :p
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seesquare
Posted 2006-12-22 4:03 PM (#225398 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
November 2002
Posts: 3224

Location: Pacific Northwest Inland Empire
Its a finite universe, actually- just expanding.
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an4340
Posted 2006-12-22 4:03 PM (#225399 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
May 2003
Posts: 4389

Location: Capital District, NY, USA Minor Outlying Islands
Looks a registration, never posted and went away. Crucifer, your name looks like it is a cross, between spanish for cross, and lucifer aka Satan. Are you going for some religious thing?
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Crucifer
Posted 2006-12-22 4:21 PM (#225400 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
December 2002
Posts: 5

Location: San Diego
lol Nope. My real name is Christopher. Crucifer is just that named drunkenly slurred. Plus it doubles as a stage name if I ever join a Death Metal band. :eek:
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-22 4:30 PM (#225401 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
October 2006
Posts: 5575

Location: big island
crucifer,
since you've been playing for 40 years, there's probably not much chance of you joining a death metal band. if you do, please don't play your Ovation on stage!
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OldLiverJones
Posted 2006-12-22 4:45 PM (#225402 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
October 2005
Posts: 803

Location: Avondale, AZ
Welcome It looks lke your name is a cross between Christ and Lucifer.

I noted that you have a 03 Esteban. That must be an early modle.

Tried any Ovation solidbodies?
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Crucifer
Posted 2006-12-22 4:57 PM (#225403 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
December 2002
Posts: 5

Location: San Diego
The date on the Esteban is approximate. I haven't researched it yet. It was made by Burswood. I bought it from my father-in-law. I don't want to know where he got it... It has a remarkably good full sound. The playabilty is eecchh! and it feels like it will fall apart at any time.

Never tried a solid body O. Am I missing out?
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Styll
Posted 2006-12-22 7:16 PM (#225404 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
November 2004
Posts: 382

Location: USA
welcome :cool:
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Trader Jim
Posted 2006-12-22 8:12 PM (#225405 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
June 2006
Posts: 7307

Location: South of most, North of few
welcome (back) 857
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Beal
Posted 2006-12-23 11:19 AM (#225406 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member



Joined:
January 2002
Posts: 14063

Location: 6 String Ranch
welcome again.
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Cc
Posted 2006-12-23 6:54 PM (#225407 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member



Joined:
March 2003
Posts: 195

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Welcome Crucifer,
Can't wait to see pics of these:
60's Harmony Archtone
50's Kay Archtop electric
60's Silvertone 12-string
(Yes.. I am a glutton for old, unsual boxes!!)
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Old Tele man
Posted 2006-12-23 8:02 PM (#225408 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
August 2006
Posts: 122

Location: Tucson, AZ
...I've got an '04 Viper that's "called" a solid-body but is really a chambered semi-hollow, although the strings actually go "through" the body just like on a Telecaster!

...and (obviously) my 'other' guitar is a Tele.
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Paul Blanchard
Posted 2006-12-24 7:35 AM (#225409 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member



Joined:
February 2002
Posts: 1817

Location: Minden, Nebraska
It feels like welcoming you to the club, all over again.
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cruster
Posted 2006-12-24 8:05 AM (#225410 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
May 2004
Posts: 2849

Location: Midland, MI
Originally posted by seesquare:
Its a finite universe, actually- just expanding.
Expanding in to what? ;)

Welcome, Crucifer!
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seesquare
Posted 2006-12-24 10:14 AM (#225411 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member


Joined:
November 2002
Posts: 3224

Location: Pacific Northwest Inland Empire
Cruster, probably Chaos, Ambiguity, & Perversity. So much for rose-colored glasses, anyway.
The refuge & release found in music is comforting, however. Play more, bitch less.
Happy Holidays, Dadgummit!
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MWoody
Posted 2006-12-24 11:02 AM (#225412 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member



Joined:
December 2003
Posts: 13929

Location: Upper Left USA
Welcome!
There's a whole new world of GAS in the Solids!
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MWoody
Posted 2006-12-24 11:08 AM (#225413 - in reply to #225391)
Subject: Re: New member



Joined:
December 2003
Posts: 13929

Location: Upper Left USA
And it seems that some Members are better at writing down their passwords and keeping them for 4 years!

Good job!
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