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Bill,
OK! then how about my Martin OMC-28 or my Guild Bluesbird (a Guild Les Paul) or my Fender Japanese Strat that I customized the electronics and switching on. I won't say a word about my 9** series but I will admit that the 510 was a sweet sounding instrument. I don't think I tried the 355 but I did play the Leo Kottke 12-string and wish I had chosen that over my unnamed Taylor series.
Dennis

Bill Polhemus wrote:

Dennis S. Wish, PE wrote:

Good point Bob. I love my 915...


Oh shut up!

I had to sell my 510 and my 355, and I SURELY don't want to hear about anyone with a freakin' 900 series!

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