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    • #75414
      1bassleft
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      Sorry, however I phrase the search, I keep getting “Harmony Central” and “alt.sex…” hits. Strange bedfellows.

      I did see it, so someone must have saved it for ‘net posterity. The truth is out there, as Dana Scully wouldn’t say. (She’s another hotty, BTW. Maybe not a muso, but she is a 30+ yummy). Cross-threading; I know 😉

    • #75402
      1bassleft
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      Phoon, this was about 24 years ago when I saw it. I’ll have a darn good look, but it was replaced fairly quickly. Still, everything’s on the ‘net if you look hard enough.

    • #75409
      Michael
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      😆 Picture please?

    • #75437
      1bassleft
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      The descn isn’t that funny, but the title is:
      http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-eximious-infrequent-musical-instrument-guitar_W0QQitemZ7363632013QQcategoryZ4713QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

      what kind of dictionary was used there? Probably only three people in Britain use the word “eximious”, and they all watch “Countdown”. The “infrequent” presumably means “rare”. BTW, has everybody heard my true story about the DX7 manual? Apols if you have:

      The earliest imports demonstrated how you needed to tighten/loosen some transit screw before using the keyboard. Excellent graphic; consisting of screwdriver, keyboard and curly arrow. Somebody messed up on the text when looking for the English word “screw” and picked the wrong synonym.

      The early manual had an excellent graphic consisting of a keyboard, screwdriver, curly arrow and the word “F***”

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