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Testing — will one of you please comment?

Hi everyone, I’m just testing to see if everything is working out on the new server. Will one of you please comment so I can see that this post went through?

Actually, let’s make this the comment, so everyone who wants to can jump in:

for you guitar players–do you have a good recommendation for an electric guitar between $100-$300?

Back to business as usual tomorrow.

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  • Jackie [Hot at Home] May 20, 2012, 12:47 pm

    So? Does it work?


  • Turi May 20, 2012, 12:51 pm

    No idea on the guitar, but here’s a test comment…

  • Amy May 20, 2012, 3:12 pm

    We bought a kit for around $200 and built an electric guitar.

  • Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave May 21, 2012, 4:39 am

    looks fine to me! on the guitar–my musician/repair guy son would tell you to make friends at the local guitar repair. you’ll more likely to get a “non-sales” suggestion, and there’s always used guitars floating around that they are more likely to be privy too!

  • Frances Ruth Harris May 21, 2012, 6:17 am

    Yes! It works! Three cheers!

  • Dallas May 21, 2012, 9:04 am

    I realize I’m a day late, but I am currently making my own Stratocaster. I just started so I don’t have a full cost yet, when I get done I can let you how much it cost and how long it took (also, no I don’t currently play, but plan on learning, hence the reason for the build).

    • Josh Hanagarne May 21, 2012, 10:15 am

      I would love to hear about that. I can’t believe you grew up with Monty and never learned how to play, D man.

  • robohara May 24, 2012, 3:19 pm

    Looks like it’s working — woo hoo!

    The Guitar Center near me has a used area that has probably three dozen guitars to choose from in your price range. If there’s one near you, check it out. I bought a guitar from them a couple of years ago and constantly get sales and discounts e-mailed to me. When my son decided he wanted his own, that’s where we got it.

    Personally I would avoid pawn shops. It seems to me like that’s where guitars go to die when nobody wants them. I see guitars in pawn shops all the time that are beat to hell and are priced higher than new ones.

    Here’s a few pictures of the guitar wall my wife and I put up in the new home. That guitar I bought for my son? Yeah, never been played. It’s hanging there among all the others.