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    BOOM,BOOM! WHEEEETTTT!!!! Is this thing on?

    Fire away Ladies and Gents.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    How were you first introduced to Dean Guitars

    why do you like them so much
    Quote Originally Posted by zerberus
    doesn't feel right...llike an ESP......it's good and all, but somehoew it still sucks
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    Its much better to have an open mind and a closed fist, instead
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    First seen and played one in the late '70s in Minneapolis at Knut Koupee' Music. Had a Strong desire for one but to much money at that time for a high school kid. Fast forward to a great deal on a late '90s Czech made Korina V on Evilbay in 2003 and here I am 18 or so Deans later. I dig them cause I have gotten some fantastic stuff economically priced both USA and import. Oldest is a 1979 Z and newest is a 2008 Goldtop V #28/50 limited edition.

    Being a part of the Dean Open Houses at the Tampa factory since 2004 has made me feel real good about supporting a company I have personally met many of the employees of. Being local I have acted as ambassador of sorts and made some great friends at the events.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Hamer, Dean, or Various, Levy's straps, Dunlop straplock/picks, Daddarrio strings 10-46, Duncan, Dimarzio, Mogami, Monster, MojoDrive pedal on occasion, Marshall, Crate, Vox, Mesa Boogie, Black Shadow Celestions, Eminence,..

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    Oh They ARE my first LOVE, that's for sure, but I have NEVER worked for Hamer.

    Been a Hamer owner since 12/82.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Been a Nurse since 1982. Private Duty at the present time.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Hamer, Dean, or Various, Levy's straps, Dunlop straplock/picks, Daddarrio strings 10-46, Duncan, Dimarzio, Mogami, Monster, MojoDrive pedal on occasion, Marshall, Crate, Vox, Mesa Boogie, Black Shadow Celestions, Eminence,..

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    I have had many experiances in my 27 years as a nurse so I am pretty comfortable with most areas of care. I've worked everything from Orthopedics to Cardiac ICU. Everyday can be something differant.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
    Guitar to sound output:
    Hamer, Dean, or Various, Levy's straps, Dunlop straplock/picks, Daddarrio strings 10-46, Duncan, Dimarzio, Mogami, Monster, MojoDrive pedal on occasion, Marshall, Crate, Vox, Mesa Boogie, Black Shadow Celestions, Eminence,..

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    Default Re: The Well Part LXXVII BTMN

    what's your opinion of the korean deans? i really want a leslie west dean....

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    Overall I think they are a decent product for the money. As with most imports, you gotta put one in YOUR hands to know if YOU like it. I COULD love it but to you it might be "meh". The LWs are really well received.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Hamer, Dean, or Various, Levy's straps, Dunlop straplock/picks, Daddarrio strings 10-46, Duncan, Dimarzio, Mogami, Monster, MojoDrive pedal on occasion, Marshall, Crate, Vox, Mesa Boogie, Black Shadow Celestions, Eminence,..

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    Korean made Limited Edition #28/50 2008 Open House V with Dean USA pickups

























    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    what's your opinion on the dbz guitars?

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    Have not played one in hand so I currently reserve my opinion of them.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    what does your screenname mean?
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    "no seymour - no tone ... know seymour - know tone!"

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    But That's My Name
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Default Re: The Well Part LXXVII BTMN

    cool

    play out much? if so what kinda music?

    what is your amp and effects (if any) rig?

    what kinda music do you like best?

    who are some of your fav guitarists?
    gear list in profile

    "no seymour - no tone ... know seymour - know tone!"

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    Default Re: The Well Part LXXVII BTMN

    Why are you so awesome?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tone4days View Post
    cool

    play out much? if so what kinda music?

    what is your amp and effects (if any) rig?

    what kinda music do you like best?

    who are some of your fav guitarists?
    Jam with friends 3-4 times a year. Classic Rock/Early Metal Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Judas Priest, UFO.....

    Marshall Jcm-800 50 watt head,
    Brian May Vox 10 Watt Tone MONSTER,
    Crate GT 1200H W/ Crate 4x12 Cabinet + Korg DTR1000 Tuner loaded in the head. I put them with combos of these, a Mesa-Boogie 4x12" slant speaker cabinet, 4x10 Emenince Straight front cabinet, or a 2x15" Marshall Bass Speaker cabinet on occasion.

    Effects, none 99.9% of the time but I have:
    MOJO Drive Box, a distortion /overdrive pedal, MXR phase 90, and Homemade High gain box that mostly preamps. I have an old MXR distortion box that I've had since '79 that I dig on every now and then.

    See above.

    See above band listing to start. the list is endless as there are to many genres of music with great guitarists.



    Quote Originally Posted by NINJA MONKEY View Post
    Why are you so awesome?
    Dont think ANYONE has ever said that and meant it to me.
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    Either I'm REALLY not awesome or I've p1ssed ya'll off over SOMETHING.

    I thought I might get a few more than this but then again I'm not much of a Well participant in asking questions as opposed to reading and lurking in those threads so I can see it that way for a few others. I lurked here for at least a year or two before first posting, so I guess I'm still a lil on the unknown/noob side. Learned a lot so far and visit everyday to this place.

    I enjoy the Dean, Hamer, Cheap Trick, here, and Aerosmith's forums the most, but surf on several others also. Everywhere I go though, the motto stays the same, Life IS Good!
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    Is see you have quite the collection of pointies. Do you own a Strat or something a little more conservative than your pointies?

    If you had to give up all of your guitars except for one, which would it be? Pics.

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    Love my Hamer Daytona. I have a T51 also, Hamer's Tele in Natural that is having the electronic reinserted after trading a Mary Kay finished body for the Natural one.

    I have several LP style, single and double cut, in the Hamer vein also. I only have one "real" LP a '79 The Paul. Here are my Hamer double cuts.



    My reserve guitar huh? Well it might be my 1979 Hamer Standard...



    Owned it since December 1982. Kinda tough to narrow it down but that was my first thought.
    Aint no pro but I know what I like....
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    nice stable!!
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    "no seymour - no tone ... know seymour - know tone!"

    Is it not the glory of the people of America that, whilst they have paid a decent regard to the opinions of former times and other nations, they have not suffered a blind veneration for antiquity, for custom, or for names, to overrule the suggestions of their own good sense, the knowledge of their own situation, and the lessons of their own experience?" - James Madison - Federalist #14

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