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Database TB1000S #689

Model:   TB1000S
Type:   Standard - Guitar
Body:   Finished Color
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #689
Date Purchased:   03/07/1976
Date Submitted:   02/22/2012
Last Modified:   02/23/2012

First Name:   gary
Last Name:   harrison
Country:   united states

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Description:   I purchased this guitar new, I don't remember the exact date.. it was purchased from Raytown Music in Raytown Mo. I had the guitar for a couple years. It got banged up from gigging. I gave it to a guy who was going to refinish it. I didn't hear from him for quie awhile, finally tracked him down, got the guitar back, but it was missing parts. The guitar is sanded down, It was painted white when I first bought it. It's missing 1 pickup, all the bridge saddles, and knobs. I contacted graphtech for saddles, looking for knobs, and a pup for it

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Member Profile

Bio:
started with accordian at 5 yrs of age, studied music, several national trophies by 13 yrs of age, Switched to guitar at 13, auditioned for my first pro band at 15 and got the gig. I've been playing music for a living on and off since then. Studied music at UMKC, Audio engineering at JCCC, and Blue Rivers.
Interned at soundworks studio,
Now own a small analog, digital studio, doing some piece work and producton work. I still gig three weekends out of the month (no more 6 nights a week for me).

Music: (musical influences / inspirations)
fusion, rock, jazz, blues, country, classical guitar.

Gear: (amps, pedals, etc)
Marshalls, Hughes&kettner, ADA, Gmajor, Peavey modded classic series 60/60
Randall, Fender, no pedals, Several strats, Les Pauls, Travis Bean, Kramer, Ibanez, Esteves