Tuesday, 10 April 2007
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The UPS man brought my baby back to me today, this is the Whalepool Blue AB-1 I played on the Grand Ole Opry last September. I sent it off to Wayne Jarrett in Greensboro, NC a few weeks ago, and this thing is AWESOME! We decided the Whalepool Blue was just too pretty to cover up, so we opted for some flames with orange on top of silver pearl. Wayne has painted guitars for Prince, Alabama, .38 Special, Mick Mars, and a bunch of other huge acts. He's actually more famous for his work on custom motorcycles. The back features his rendition of the Texas A&M Bonfire, I helped build that when I was at school down there, and I lost a friend in the 1999 collapse.
14 years ago
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It's very interesting although I can't say I like it. I'm glad you do though!
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Wow- thats cool. Actually works pretty well w/ the whale blue color. The backside is also a great memorial. While i didn't goto school at A&M, I was there when the bonfire collapsed. incredibly tragic -Sorry for your loss
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Cool. I like it. Mark
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I'm wondering if the color was Honey Amberburst or Redburst :roll:
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The color was, and still is, Whalepool Blue. The flames are silver pearl with candy orange.
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Here's some action shots. It's incredible how different the flames look under different lighting and angles.
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Looks really cool!!! Great action pics! Keep the fire burnin'!!!
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