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nikki-fellatio:

Hella photoshopped.
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mapsontheweb:

Map of undersea internet cables notes enemies of the internet
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theperfectladies:

Jasmine Sanders
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cute-colored-hair:

COLORED HAIR BLOG
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deebeeus:

What a difference a week makes.  I was at The 12th Fret in Toronto only 7 days ago and since then a bunch of cool new stuff has come in…
An original 1970s Fender Starcaster.  Not the somewhat cheesy reissue.  You just don’t see these very often.  Actually, I don’t think I have ever seen one!  The price was somewhere between $3500 and $3800.
A Bass VI -  MIJ/CIJ reissue from the 90s I believe.  I like the red tort with sunburst.
This is what got me really excited (and I am not huge vintage acoustic fan, so this must be really special!).  It’s a 1930s Kalamazoo.  Made by Gibson in their factory at Kalamzoo (hence the clever brand name!) these were budget models based on Gibson models and made by the same craftspeople, but were less fancy, and so priced lower than the corresponding Gibson models.  The Kalamazoo brand (as well as other private label brands Gibson made for other companies) helped keep Gibson from going under during The Great Depression.  Did you know Gibson even made wooden toys during the depression?  They did!  They did what ever they could to keep afloat and not have to lay any of their employees off.  Pretty cool.
deebeeus:

What a difference a week makes.  I was at The 12th Fret in Toronto only 7 days ago and since then a bunch of cool new stuff has come in…
An original 1970s Fender Starcaster.  Not the somewhat cheesy reissue.  You just don’t see these very often.  Actually, I don’t think I have ever seen one!  The price was somewhere between $3500 and $3800.
A Bass VI -  MIJ/CIJ reissue from the 90s I believe.  I like the red tort with sunburst.
This is what got me really excited (and I am not huge vintage acoustic fan, so this must be really special!).  It’s a 1930s Kalamazoo.  Made by Gibson in their factory at Kalamzoo (hence the clever brand name!) these were budget models based on Gibson models and made by the same craftspeople, but were less fancy, and so priced lower than the corresponding Gibson models.  The Kalamazoo brand (as well as other private label brands Gibson made for other companies) helped keep Gibson from going under during The Great Depression.  Did you know Gibson even made wooden toys during the depression?  They did!  They did what ever they could to keep afloat and not have to lay any of their employees off.  Pretty cool.
deebeeus:

What a difference a week makes.  I was at The 12th Fret in Toronto only 7 days ago and since then a bunch of cool new stuff has come in…
An original 1970s Fender Starcaster.  Not the somewhat cheesy reissue.  You just don’t see these very often.  Actually, I don’t think I have ever seen one!  The price was somewhere between $3500 and $3800.
A Bass VI -  MIJ/CIJ reissue from the 90s I believe.  I like the red tort with sunburst.
This is what got me really excited (and I am not huge vintage acoustic fan, so this must be really special!).  It’s a 1930s Kalamazoo.  Made by Gibson in their factory at Kalamzoo (hence the clever brand name!) these were budget models based on Gibson models and made by the same craftspeople, but were less fancy, and so priced lower than the corresponding Gibson models.  The Kalamazoo brand (as well as other private label brands Gibson made for other companies) helped keep Gibson from going under during The Great Depression.  Did you know Gibson even made wooden toys during the depression?  They did!  They did what ever they could to keep afloat and not have to lay any of their employees off.  Pretty cool.
deebeeus:

What a difference a week makes.  I was at The 12th Fret in Toronto only 7 days ago and since then a bunch of cool new stuff has come in…
An original 1970s Fender Starcaster.  Not the somewhat cheesy reissue.  You just don’t see these very often.  Actually, I don’t think I have ever seen one!  The price was somewhere between $3500 and $3800.
A Bass VI -  MIJ/CIJ reissue from the 90s I believe.  I like the red tort with sunburst.
This is what got me really excited (and I am not huge vintage acoustic fan, so this must be really special!).  It’s a 1930s Kalamazoo.  Made by Gibson in their factory at Kalamzoo (hence the clever brand name!) these were budget models based on Gibson models and made by the same craftspeople, but were less fancy, and so priced lower than the corresponding Gibson models.  The Kalamazoo brand (as well as other private label brands Gibson made for other companies) helped keep Gibson from going under during The Great Depression.  Did you know Gibson even made wooden toys during the depression?  They did!  They did what ever they could to keep afloat and not have to lay any of their employees off.  Pretty cool.
deebeeus:

What a difference a week makes.  I was at The 12th Fret in Toronto only 7 days ago and since then a bunch of cool new stuff has come in…
An original 1970s Fender Starcaster.  Not the somewhat cheesy reissue.  You just don’t see these very often.  Actually, I don’t think I have ever seen one!  The price was somewhere between $3500 and $3800.
A Bass VI -  MIJ/CIJ reissue from the 90s I believe.  I like the red tort with sunburst.
This is what got me really excited (and I am not huge vintage acoustic fan, so this must be really special!).  It’s a 1930s Kalamazoo.  Made by Gibson in their factory at Kalamzoo (hence the clever brand name!) these were budget models based on Gibson models and made by the same craftspeople, but were less fancy, and so priced lower than the corresponding Gibson models.  The Kalamazoo brand (as well as other private label brands Gibson made for other companies) helped keep Gibson from going under during The Great Depression.  Did you know Gibson even made wooden toys during the depression?  They did!  They did what ever they could to keep afloat and not have to lay any of their employees off.  Pretty cool.