I don't know about you, but I love me some switches and knobs. First and foremost, if it has directions to operate said equipment it is my duty as a man not to read them. Oh, you know I'm talkin' to ya now. You remember your kid's bike, right? Or better yet, that furniture your wife just had to have from Ikea? Yeah right- time you got done being Bob Vila, you had how many bolts and wooden dowels left? Yeah, your boys laughed like hysterical hyenas when the table collapsed from the staggering weight of that 12 oz beer placed upon it. That's when you get "the look." You know "the look," right? She (yeah, that's her) looks at you like the genius she said "'till death do you part" to, with that scowl. That's when you realize your boys are piling out of your house like someone yelled "let's go to an antique mall with Richard Simmons." We discussed the switches and directions, now lets speak about knobs. Knobs are the reason you said that " till death do you part" thing and me, as a man understands that. What man doesn't like a set of knobs?

If it flips or can be turned, we, as men just have to be mighty and start the twisting thing. So if you fall into either of the two aforementioned categories, then do we ever have the guitar for you. This RD Artist, with Moog electronics has more things to flip and twist than that black and white RCA TV you had as a kid and as an added bonus, you don't even need tin foil to operate it. As you may know if you're reading this, this one is at the top of the RD ladder. The secret to this guitar is the expansion/compression switches that I was laying down for you and as you can clearly see from the photos (Thank you Ray,) this guitar comes in a beautiful Antique Sunburst. The ebony, blocked- out neck is a joy to play and as usual, our M.O. is clean, straight and collectible quality condition. Folks, don't cha feel your sideburns growing by merely looking at this animal? Too late for Ray and I- we're just hanging at the pad, thinking about Earth shoes and shag carpet. Saying things like "groovy" and "can you dig it?" Folks, this guitar is more fun than a Linda Lovelace movie with a can of Crisco but with no wet nap or assembly required. So fellas, light 'em up, chill on back, pump your fists in the air and mello out. What's that Ray? Scooby Doo is on? Sorry friends, I just love me some Scooby snacks. OK Raggy, he he he he he he...

Year Condition Color Case
1978 Excellent Antique Sunburst Original Hard


GrinningElk Music Company
Lee Jackson- Ray Mauldin
678-557-5641 / 404-895-3459
Douglasville, GA
6:12 PM
24/7, just like a couple of mad doctors!

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