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vaporboy
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Post by vaporboy » Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:45 am

Classic Sushi guy, just classic - I did find that Gibson made a Kalamazoo model with KM on it - could it be Tokai Kalamazoo model? Or am I losing it. Searching around I can't find any similar ones.
The Ric model is supposed to be an RG40-12 if that helps at all - now back to my breakfast of sushi !!

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Post by leadguitar_323 » Wed Sep 09, 2009 4:24 pm

vaporboy wrote:Classic Sushi guy, just classic - I did find that Gibson made a Kalamazoo model with KM on it - could it be Tokai Kalamazoo model? Or am I losing it. Searching around I can't find any similar ones.
The Ric model is supposed to be an RG40-12 if that helps at all - now back to my breakfast of sushi !!
The 6 string model is the RG-40 as well so that makes sense, still not too sure about the LR, but it could very well be a limited edition model as it has none of the traits of the "Fakai" guitars..

Mick
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Post by vaporboy » Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:09 pm

Thanks for digging into it, seems like pretty good news though on the face of it.

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Post by SUSHI GUY » Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:56 pm

8) sushi is good for the dinner sometimes but what we always need more
lately in the world is maybe a bit more of "love" like marcus was saying??

so remember his words whenever in hell.......


"Can't we just feel my love here, folks? Now, what's for the love? "

marcus loveman.


8) marcus sure seems to have a lot of love..........

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Post by marcusnieman » Thu Sep 10, 2009 5:09 am

SUSHI GUY wrote:8) sushi is good for the dinner sometimes but what we always need more
lately in the world is maybe a bit more of "love" like marcus was saying??

so remember his words whenever in hell.......


"Can't we just feel my love here, folks? Now, what's for the love? "

marcus loveman.


8) marcus sure seems to have a lot of love..........
You slay me Joe (meaning that you crack me up)

Love,

Marcus

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Post by vaporboy » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:11 am

So instead of asking 'what's for dinner?' I should ask 'what's for love?' and hopefully avoid a slap !!!

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