Somebody write me some lyrics and throw down vocals for this:
Glad the User Group Day was another success. I agree that the Seymour folks are very generous and fun to hang out with.
Even though I live close by I had a trip planned so, could not make it this time. My 2 brothers and I rode our bikes around the perimeter of Lake Tahoe. A fantastice 83.5 mile ride.
I'd really like to see some video or here some of the jam
I will one day for sure come to a User Group Day. Gonna have to start saving up for a ticket though.
The pictures are a thrill to view, I can't imagine what it would have been like being there.
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Wow... looks like an awesome time. Great thread, thanks for sharing.... wish I could have been there.
Originally Posted by Gearjoneser
You've been hit by, you've been struck by....... Simon the Moderator
Wow, no posts for 5 days? I for one am not over the fun and excitement that I experienced at this event..I can't say enough thanks to all involved..Does anyone have any ideas why the Jaguar pickup I wound does not work?..It has very little output (Like about 1/5 the output of the stock MIJ pickup...only has 2 wires so not hooked up incorrectly....put the orriginal back in and it works fine....Thanks
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