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    Re: Bargin prices for chisels and gouges?

    Harbor Freight sell those very same ones, I looked at them in store.
    Unevenly ground, coarsely ground at that.
    These would take quite a bit to bring them up to a professional level of sharpness....
  2. Thread: v picks

    by xSinner13x
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    Re: v picks

    I would LOVE to be able to walk in to a shop and just purchase whatever tickles my fancy that day.
    But when one lives on a fixed income, as I do at the moment,
    I have to pick( Womp Womp ) and...
  3. Thread: v picks

    by xSinner13x
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    Re: v picks

    V picks are Lexan IIRC ( AKA, bullet proof "glass") and like 5 bucks a pop...
    Also VERY wear resistant, I have been MAULING the two I have between Guitar and Mando the last six months, and they are...
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    Re: the demise of the pick guard

    Yeah just go look at the new Roland Blues cube online.
    EJ is dyed in the wool Plexi man....

    https://youtu.be/dz9y8yCLYWQ


    Sorry for steering things OT, BACK TO PICK GUARDS.....
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    Re: General thoughts on covering pop songs

    The whole "Pickin' on" series is freakin' great!
    Pickin' on the 80's is my personal fave.
  6. Re: Am I missing the "point" about the Dawg-type picks?

    I recently found a ten dollar bill I had forgotten I had stashed in my wallet,
    so I grabbed a couple V picks, A small pointed ruby for mandolin, and a medium pointed pearly gates for guitar,
    just...
  7. String recommendations....A.K.A. Potentially beating a dead horse

    I am sure this has been asked here a hundred times or better.:grin:

    I am currently using Martin Bluegrass 11-38
    Mostly because they can be had for less than 5 dollars a set, budget constraints...
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