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Old Dec 1, 2004, 2:29 PM   #51
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Here's what I make noise with. I like it loud. I also have a Gibson J40 made in the Montana custom shop which has a sweet tone for the times I want to to be... you know , mellow.
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Old Dec 1, 2004, 3:11 PM   #52
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Nick. I forgot to mention. I had an R200 and sold it to a buddy of mine to get the R300...I never tried to print B&W's with the epson.
Hi Bob..

Thought I might mention that I got good results with Abacus 24-7 inks... they're generics but you can't beat them at around $30 delivered. They might be a hair off from the Epson OEM inks but the difference isn't worth the price differential, imo. Abacus has an eBay store.

As far as B&W, any color inkjet will produce a color cast...greenish or blue on B&W prints. I find B&W's that come from my Epson horrid, though I like the printer overall. I might just get the HP for B&W, as HP has a seperate ink tank dedicated for B&W that you "swap out" with the color one. Supposed to make absolutely gorgeous B&W's with no color cast. They practically give them away on eBay but the HP ink cost is another matter.

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Here's what I make noise with. I like it loud.
...glad I'm not your neighbor. (Unless you're playing something I like... Hendrix is fine.)
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Old Dec 1, 2004, 4:28 PM   #54
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Nick,
How about Voodoo Child? I've used the Abacus inks on my Canon for a couple years and have good luck. You're right about BW and I realize I have an HP 712 that I could use strictly for BW. Why didn't I think of that? Must be from all the Marshall amp feedback.:O
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nooner,

Did anyone tell you that you look just like Jimmy Hendrix?:O

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Old Dec 1, 2004, 4:52 PM   #56
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Ya , I get it all the time. I don't see why.:?:
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Old Dec 4, 2004, 6:10 PM   #58
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Bobc,

When you wrote you bought your guitar at the Guitar Center, it caught my eye because I thought you were writing about the place in London. That is where I bought the guitar shown, in 1969, and where I had the good fortune to be taught by Len Williams, father of John. Old shot of me playing it, taken withmy Uzi.



If you really want to hear a guitar that blows you away, listen to the CD "John Williams plays Barrios," track 5 in particular. "The Guitarist John Williams" is also good for a change from the normal repertoire.




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