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Old 10-17-2003, 10:09 AM   #11
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I've been looking for new corner lights too with no luck. Mine are cracked really bad, not broken yet, but covered in cracks. I noticed junk yards around here seem to have no Bonneville parts.
Does that tell you something about the Bonneville?
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Old 10-17-2003, 11:17 AM   #13
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Hey I just set the bar...and yes I have been quantified at "nuts" so, its all good.
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WOW!! 17 $$$???? I got a new set for like $104 from the dealer. I would get rida my old set which is already clear cornered, but since your trying to get away from crack onez, prolly wouldnt do you any good.

Heres what they look like: SInce i was getting new onez these were practice and i didnt have any clear silcone so i used white.



Heres the new ones before Clear cornering:


Front view of the new onez in after clear cornering.


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Damn that looks good....
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Couldn't help but notice your gig bag. You pluck a few strings too??
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thanks jim.

TrueWild, yes i plucks em. Guitar, above everything else is my life long passion. I was an 80'* metal/neo-classical guitar player. Inspiriations being, Neal Schon, Randy Rhodes, Yngwie Malmsteen, Van Halen, Queensryche, maiden, preist, etc etc. I've grown out of that now, one reason being it takes too much practice to be able to play that way consistently. I like a lot more blues now as it is more feeling then technique. I like all the new easy altreantive stuff too.LOL I've been in a number of bands, ones that i even got paid for!
still have my favorite BC RICH BICH NJ Series from '87, kahler locking trem, custom pickups, which i am having a brainfart and cant remember right now.


I dont play that much now 'cause i devote most of my spare time to my car, AHHH ERRRR, i mean kids.

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thanks jim.

TrueWild, yes i plucks em. Guitar, above everything else is my life long passion. I was an 80'* metal/neo-classical guitar player. Inspiriations being, Neal Schon, Randy Rhodes, Yngwie Malmsteen, Van Halen, Queensryche, maiden, preist, etc etc. I've grown out of that now, one reason being it takes too much practice to be able to play that way consistently. I like a lot more blues now as it is more feeling then technique. I like all the new easy altreantive stuff too.LOL I've been in a number of bands, ones that i even got paid for!
still have my favorite BC RICH BICH NJ Series from '87, kahler locking trem, custom pickups, which i am having a brainfart and cant remember right now.


I dont play that much now 'cause i devote most of my spare time to my car, AHHH ERRRR, i mean kids.

Sorry!
Yes, off-topic... I'll PM ya!! As I am a fellow guitarist!!
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