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  • Birthday 01/18/1975

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  1. Agreed. It's also what I'll be drinking tonight.
  2. South Dakota recently went mental, or something.... I was going to order from DUNY, and Catskill Cellars, but NOW they say they can't ship here! (to be fair, it was a month or so that I tried, but this is "agression will not stand, man!" Oh !!! Maybe an out of state relative will do me a solid, and ship it to me if I had it sent to them?
  3. Definitely a learning experience, but well worth it. Frankenstrat project: The PennyKaster
  4. Thanks. I'm really happy with it, especially for a first attempt. I'm definitely doing more of these!
  5. I just tried a stick over the weekend. It's definitely a new favorite.
  6. I'm told I get to try WhistlePig Rye tonight. Hell, I'm curious...
  7. If so, I have a question... I recently finished my first "frankenstrat" project, and everything came out fine... except the neck. The next day, I went to play it, but as soon as I saw it, I know that wasn't happening. I don't know if the neck has an issue (it appeared ok looking down and up it, but about half way down the fretboard, you can clearly see a shift with the strings. The low E looks as though it's closer to where A should be, and the high e is very close to being on the edge of the fretboard. My first thought was to check the pocket to make sure there were no bumps, or debris I hadn't noticed. After taking the neck off, I lightly sanded the pocket to be safe, cleaned it thoroughly, and put it back together. That didn't do anything. It can be played, and holds a tune, but any bending or vibrato done on the high e is a gamble. I was hoping to fix this myself, since this is my first guitar project with total refinishing, but I'm really out of my element on this part! Thanks
  8. 5 Vegas Series A box pressed Apotheosis
  9. Welcome. You're in good company. What he said