I’m a lousy guitar player but I have two guitars.I'm a Paul Reed Smith toady. Hofners and Ricks are awesome!
If you have to be home, might as well play!I’m a lousy guitar player but I have two guitars.
A 1975 Ibanez Concord that is a copy of a Gibson Dove. Think this Ibanez is from what was called the lawsuit series as these guitars were shameless copies. ( visually, not really sound I think) I bought it in December 1975 so it stays even if would like to have something with a better tone.
Also have a 3/4 nylon string Peavey Composer. Impulse buy because I’ve been thinking of getting a smmaller guitar than the dreadnaught Ibanez.
I think I’lll go buy strings for both today.
...or tune-up your bikes for the coming Spring sunshine! We'll get some rides in today and tomorrow, but then more rain and snow for awhile. Plenty of time to clean chains, check the brake pads, and just mess around in the shop.If you have to be home, might as well play!
Rack time does make a mount that works on the top of the Vado rack. Unfortunately putting a trunk bag and panniers on at the same time is not easy!!Very nice. I wanted an ebike with local support, otherwise Treks would have been on my list. I will say that the Vado fenders are equally quiet with similar construction. What is the load rating of the rack? Does it have an accessory attachment to accept top mounted bags, etc? If so, it seems that panniers would clip onto the existing horizontal rail with accessory bags on the rack attachment?
The fenders on my new Trek Aallant 9.9s are aluminum alloy with fixed 10mm struts, one mounting hole, no adjustments. They also have an allot liner that forms a cable compartment and further stiffens the whole structure. The pannier rack is also the stay for the rear fender. They are absolutely silent and rock solid. Best I've ever seen. In rainy Bellingham fenders are a necessity.
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