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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    The guy on the right looks like a spring just crunched on his nipple.


    The guitarists sprang for matching (hideous) shirts, but apparently couldn't be arsed to find matching trousers. The bassist, on the other hand, was clearly too cool for all that matching shirt crap.

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    The pink in the guitarists polo shirts is just washed out nipple blood

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    Bought for $6500 in the late 1970s? I have to assume that was AFTER VH1. That'd also mean this wasn't the donor guitar for his PAF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Bought for $6500 in the late 1970s? I have to assume that was AFTER VH1. That'd also mean this wasn't the donor guitar for his PAF.
    The story I read was that he pulled it out of a Gibson semihollow that he stopped using because the trem (a Maestro) sucked too much.

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