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MN_TimTuba

Re: Name Change

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I completely understand the sentiment. My 63 Gibson ES335 was my dad's. He was a monster guitar player, very skilled on any stringed instrument, actually. When he passed in 2006 it became mine, and I'm in a quandry as to what to do with it still. I play some guitar, but no where near what this axe is deserving of; yet I hate to see this beauty of an instrument in the hands of someone else. It's still at my house, not sure how to let 'er go.
Peace to you and your family.
Tim
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My folks had a '58 210 when I was little that my Dad drove back and forth to law school before I came along. I understand.
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