- Oct 20, 2012
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What a humanitarian.About any day now. Better buy another right away and send me this one to dispose of it. Don't worry about shipping, it's on me.
After I heard that it would blow up tubes I put it out by the curb last night with a free sign on it and the garbage truck ran over it early this morning. Lucky you. Shipping will be a lot cheaper.
Wow That's one clean Skylark. I'll bet it sound awesome. And really Guitar>Chord> Amp is the best way to practice. All fizzy distortion does is kills the tone and hides sloppy playing. If that were a Fender, it would easily sell for twice as much. So don't tell anyone..................These days I play my 10W 1965 Gibson Skylark at home, but I keep the volume pretty low (unless I'm at home alone, then I krank it at times).