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2wheeldrummer
Posted 2017-07-11 5:59 PM (#535754 - in reply to #535745)
Subject: RE: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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arumako - 2017-07-11 7:56 AM

Okay, well this is not totally unrelated...so here's a shot using Google photo (same photos shared previously)...
The DSR1612-T4 and 1117-4...

1612 & 1117

and check out the silking on these.

Silking

Well, Google Photo seems to work...sheesh, Google is gonna own the world pretty soon!



well when I kook at the thread there are no pics,don't know if you need to make them open to public viewing


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arumako
Posted 2017-07-11 8:03 PM (#535755 - in reply to #531533)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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Thanks for the heads-up 2wheeldrummer! Gonna need to figure this out! I'll give it a shot again later...
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2wheeldrummer
Posted 2017-07-11 8:47 PM (#535756 - in reply to #535755)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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arumako - 2017-07-11 8:03 PM

Thanks for the heads-up 2wheeldrummer! Gonna need to figure this out! I'll give it a shot again later...



Your quite welcome,i've seen the pics from when dan finished the rebuild it's a beautiful guitar and your a lucky man to own a DSRO!!!

I keep pics on my laptop and add them by using the "attach a file after posting" box.

you are limited on size so you have to edit them first but heres one for ya

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arumako
Posted 2017-07-20 6:39 AM (#536817 - in reply to #535756)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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2wheeldrummer - 2017-07-11 10:47 AM

I keep pics on my laptop and add them by using the "attach a file after posting" box.
you are limited on size so you have to edit them first but heres one for ya


Thanks for the hot tip 2wheeldrummer! I'll definitely give that a shot. Meanwhile, I've uploaded a video using my DSRO on UT. I tried to get some good sound; but alas, my archaic equipment was not holding up well to my CPU's limited media capabilities, and my off-key voice is something to behold, LOL...

The video (I hope it's visible?) does not do the guitar justice. It's been really hard putting this 1612 down. She really is amazing in every possible way!



Edited by arumako 2017-07-20 6:46 AM
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BCam
Posted 2017-07-20 9:59 AM (#536818 - in reply to #531533)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...


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Video isn't working.
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arumako
Posted 2017-07-20 10:35 AM (#536820 - in reply to #536818)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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BCam - 2017-07-19 11:59 PM

Video isn't working.

Thanks for the heads-up BCAM... Man, can't seem to get anything working correctly nowadays...guess I can share a link...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VM3smyPfzs

sorry folks!
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Love O Fair
Posted 2017-07-20 11:29 AM (#536823 - in reply to #531533)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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@arumako - "and my off-key voice is something to behold, LOL..."

And beholding it I am! Nice video! I also liked the rich depth of the 1919's in the upper range on your CC-247.
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DarenSavage
Posted 2017-07-20 6:00 PM (#536826 - in reply to #536820)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...


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arumako - 2017-07-20 10:35 AM
Thanks for the heads-up BCAM... Man, can't seem to get anything working correctly nowadays...guess I can share a link...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VM3smyPfzs

sorry folks!

I have the same problem when I try to use YooToob's embed link. When I copy/paste the link from address bar, it does what it's supposed to.

Nice video. Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed hearing the 1612 again, although it's much prettier now.
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arumako
Posted 2017-07-20 6:41 PM (#536827 - in reply to #536823)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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Love O Fair - 2017-07-20 1:29 AM
And beholding it I am! Nice video! I also liked the rich depth of the 1919's in the upper range on your CC-247.


Don't be beholding that thing for too long, Love O Fair! Yikes, but thanks for the nice comment. Yup, the CC-247s top is laminated maple...very hard stuff. The 1919Es give it depth and seems to bring the best resonance out of the guitar. Had to add a bit of reverb though...

DarenSavage - 2017-07-20 8:00 AM
I have the same problem when I try to use YooToob's embed link. When I copy/paste the link from address bar, it does what it's supposed to.

Nice video. Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed hearing the 1612 again, although it's much prettier now.

Thanks for the tip Daren. I'll go the cut/paste link route next time. Much, much prettier. Your brother did an amazing job. She really sings and is well suited for any kind of playing. Really shines with finger-style and arpeggios. Lot's of depth and clear separation of each note, and sustain, sustain, sustain! I am in torrefied paradise!
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DanSavage
Posted 2017-07-21 2:03 PM (#536832 - in reply to #536827)
Subject: Re: 1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer...



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Nice job, Ken. The video was great.

Yeah, once your ears become accustomed to the sound of torrefied wood, it's hard to go back.
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