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NickiC

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I bought my first Fender guitar boat about twenty years ago when we were still living in California, and I was recording in the den:

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In 2021, after I built my project studio and the fleet had grown a bit, I added a second:

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I should reconsider the Fender “boat” for out of case rack. I got tiered of my friends grabbing whatever had a trem bar on it and going full on Kerry King. ? Mine are in the case now.IMG_9975.jpeg
 

MarcB

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Sep 1, 2023
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I should reconsider the Fender “boat” for out of case rack. I got tiered of my friends grabbing whatever had a trem bar on it and going full on Kerry King. ? Mine are in the case now.View attachment 25474
I’d put a “do not touch” sign on the guitars and serve up hefty penalties for anyone who touched them..

rack em up..
 
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