Visit The Guitar Wall.
I'm happy to announce that we've just completed a new Big Guitar Wall for the well-known and renowned archtop builder, Peter Hopkins. Here's a peek a the new Hopkins Guitar Wall located at http://hopkinsguitars.theguitarwall.com.
We've also just added the Great Wall of Walls where you can see over…Continue
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I haven't figured out how to accept your invitation, but would be glad to. I'll try adding you, but it seems the email address is not functional as its noted in the message sent to me.
Glad to be here. Man, you are everywhere...
I have accepted your invitation to be a friend, but I must confess I don't fully understand the nature of this friendship. Anyway, nice to meet you. I like your wall idea. I have a similar idea for my website that I haven't quite got into full operation. The difference is, I am offering only 25 pixels of space.
The problem is the Flash file is just two large in its present form, so it functions far too slow. I abandoned it for the time being. It is really meant only as a joke, rather than legitimate advertising.
Good luck with your project.
Yes, the super sized bass plugs in and plays. It was build by John Grey while he resided in central Illinois, he has since relocated to Northern Wisconsin. It was built as a gimmick for the band Captain Rat And The Blind Rivets. Commissioned by Mark Rubal of Pogo Studio who is founder and bass player in the band. I had it on display in my shop with a vintage instrument exhibit I do on occasion. It's a real conversation piece!
Thanks for the invitation, its great idea.
& thanks for the invitation.
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