Great story, thanks!So when Vinnie opened the case and pulled out the guitar the whole restaurant went silent for several moments. You could've heard a pin drop.
TT, Tom built the AZG VVV Guitars that were at NAMM 2011 and he also had/has a company called Pear Guitars.Tom is speaking of the PEAR Guitar that he built for Vinnie about 24 years ago.I thought that happened in 2011 instead of 1992... He was still able to play then.
I know a few projects you need to finish A.S.A.P. !!!!Hey Poser, thanks for post all that stuff. Gives me time to work on other things.
That really is an awesome story. You can just visualize it.funniest thing happen'd there. I brought the guitar in the case in with us and we waited until we finished breakfast to open it up. We were seated in round sunken area below eye level of many the other patrons and everyone was talking with a good buzz going on. So when Vinnie opened the case and pulled out the guitar the whole restaurant went silent for several moments. You could've heard a pin drop. After several seconds went by all of a sudden we could hear a bunch of Wow's and other exclamations coming from the "audience". I thought it was hilarious.
That is exactly what the guy insinuated.That new york lawyer is in a thread here. He said vv is a transvestite and many other things. Not sure where it is without the time to rummage around on the site.
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