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AK Rich
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51 years old
Big Lake, Alaska
Born May-4-1966
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8 Mar 2018
I haven't wrapped my hands around an ESP guitar in ages but the ones I have played from the 90's, I always thought were great playing instruments. Yesterday I got to try out the ESP BK-600 that a friend of mine bought for his son.
This thing is a beast and if you are playing metal or anything heavy really, I think this axe is a good choice and the split coil pups make it very versatile for other styles as well. It seems to be a very solid and well built instrument that came with a great setup and was ready to rip straight out of the box.
Anyone tried one, have one or something similar? If you are looking for a new axe to play some heavy music, this axe is worth a test drive. I thought it played smooth as butter and I really liked the characteristics of the pups.

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8 Mar 2018
I ran across this article today about a very rare Bass Guitar that sold on Ebay for $23,000. What do you think? Was it a good deal? I am thinking maybe yes. It sure looks to be in great shape.
3 Jan 2018
Hey everyone! Well, after about 25 years of trying to buy this amp, my old friend finally gave in, so now I am the proud new owner of this 1976 JMP Master Model 50w MK 2 Lead and I am really happy about it. What a great way to start off the new year!
Tomorrow she goes to the most reputable amp tech in Alaska for a complete going through to get her into top shape.
Man I am as happy as a pup with a new ball! biggrin.gif Or a guitar player with a piece of hard rock history!

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2 Jan 2018
Hey everyone! I was wondering if anyone had info regarding an old Marshall head I am picking up tomorrow. I am told it was produced in 1976 and the model number is the 2204 Mk IV Master Lead 50 watts.
Does anyone know what the deal is with the MK designations? When I search for this amp, all I have really come up with are Mk 2's and I was wondering if anyone knew what the differences were as I can't seem to find any info on the Mk IV.
I'll share some pics tomorrow.

Thanks! Rich...
28 Nov 2017
So I ran across this LP on Craigslist and I was wondering what folks here thought of the LP's from this period. Any and all opinions and experiences are appreciated. Thanks!

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