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a vote for me will assure you a place at my feet after world domination :D

i've already got one of those locked up! :D

i can vote for whoever i please B)

i don't know about that...i am pretty fickle

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a vote for me will assure you a place at my feet after world domination :D

i've already got one of those locked up! :D

i can vote for whoever i please :D

i don't know about that...i am pretty fickle

i thought we had an agreement wes B)

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hey now...i want one if the philosopher gets one. for god's sake, he's the stupidest man on the forum (that competed in the latest competition "nothing stupid.")

link here if you have no clue what i'm talking about...

click me! yay!

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hey jehle i have been staring at your guitar for a while ,and i must say it is really great craftsmanship.like all great works of art it took me a while to fully appreciate it

good job.

Thanks, BTW. I really like the fact that you recessed the tune-a-matic bridge. I thought that was a really innovative feature of the Vee.

Having played Strats for so long, I'm so used to the low string clearance on them. At the same time, I love the beefy tone from the shorter scale Gibsons. But, I don't like the neck angle. Seems your innovation would be a nice place to make the compromise work.

Nice work on the Vee.

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hey jehle i have been staring at your guitar for a while ,and i must say it is really great craftsmanship.like all great works of art it took me a while to fully appreciate it

good job.

Thanks, BTW. I really like the fact that you recessed the tune-a-matic bridge. I thought that was a really innovative feature of the Vee.

Having played Strats for so long, I'm so used to the low string clearance on them. At the same time, I love the beefy tone from the shorter scale Gibsons. But, I don't like the neck angle. Seems your innovation would be a nice place to make the compromise work.

Nice work on the Vee.

see!even jehle likes my v...he says it is "innovative".

VOTE WESLEY

seriously though,thanks...and how come every time i gain a vote,you gain one too? :D

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can i have a country if i vote for you wes?

yea, can i have one too please? I'd like canada :D

you can have australia if you promise to clean house a little B)

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you can have australia if you promise to clean house a little

didn't we nuke Australia???... oh.. nevermind.. that's why you give it to him

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can i have a country if i vote for you wes?

yea, can i have one too please? I'd like canada :D

you can have australia if you promise to clean house a little :D

canuck will be eaten by a croc if he comes here...

ya gotta know how ta 'restle a croc mate B)

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why is it called a jellycaster if it isn't sticky and you can't eat it?

Oh the name is another great innovation of my guitar. Tee Hee. :D

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hey jehle i have been staring at your guitar for a while ,and i must say it is really great craftsmanship.like all great works of art it took me a while to fully appreciate it

good job.

Thanks, BTW. I really like the fact that you recessed the tune-a-matic bridge. I thought that was a really innovative feature of the Vee.

Having played Strats for so long, I'm so used to the low string clearance on them. At the same time, I love the beefy tone from the shorter scale Gibsons. But, I don't like the neck angle. Seems your innovation would be a nice place to make the compromise work.

Nice work on the Vee.

see!even jehle likes my v...he says it is "innovative".

VOTE JEHLE

seriously though,thanks...and how come every time i gain a vote,you gain one too? :D

Thanks Wes.

Perhaps that's the reason why people are voting that way. B)

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It was hard, but I voted for Wes's Flying Vee.

I liked the Seuss tele, but I had to fight against myself to not choose tsl's strat :D

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next month can i enter a packet of seeds?

in 200 years TSL's great great grandson maybe beating the crap out of it with a screwdriver

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hey jehle i have been staring at your guitar for a while ,and i must say it is really great craftsmanship.like all great works of art it took me a while to fully appreciate it

good job.

Thanks, BTW. I really like the fact that you recessed the tune-a-matic bridge. I thought that was a really innovative feature of the Vee.

Having played Strats for so long, I'm so used to the low string clearance on them. At the same time, I love the beefy tone from the shorter scale Gibsons. But, I don't like the neck angle. Seems your innovation would be a nice place to make the compromise work.

Nice work on the Vee.

see!even jehle likes my v...he says it is "innovative".

VOTE JEHLE

seriously though,thanks...and how come every time i gain a vote,you gain one too? :D

Thanks Wes.

Perhaps that's the reason why people are voting that way. :D

hahaha B)

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It was hard, but I voted for Wes's Flying Vee.

I liked the Seuss tele, but I had to fight against myself to not choose tsl's strat :D

which country would you like?could i interest you in siberia?

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