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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by LarsN, May 16, 2019.
Mars Cheese Castle and Phantom Fireworks!
I don't think people who live in Wisconsin actually shop at the Mars Cheese Castle...
Hello and welcome!
Welcome to the forum (although the being older comment really makes me feel old). I am thirty years older than that and have four sons nearly ten years older than you (and three great grandkids).
You will find that this forum is a very helpful and friendly place. Glad to have you join us.
BTW, my best friend has a son named Lars.
Welcome to Squier Talk ! ! Great head start ! ! ! !
Welcome to the best forum on the internet. You are off to a great start as far as gear is concerned. Can’t wait to have you in our discussions!
Welcome! But, could you expound a little more on squeeky cheese curds?
Are ya sure ya want to know ?
You might never need another amp
Good luck on your new trip...enjoy
Hello! I grew up in SE Wisconsin, but the farthest away I made it is far western WI...
Anybody who grew up within 250 miles of Chicago can sing this song in their sleep
(Don’t worry, it’ll be stuck in my head for the next week now, too...)
Welcome to ST and the world of guitar. You're well on your way with gear. Have fun.
If you buy cheese curds from any of the cheesemakers, fresh, they squeak when you chew them. They are also deliciously salty.
I got my parts from "The Art Of Tone" today for the Squier Deluxe. This was my first time wiring up an electric guitar and I have a question. Is it bad form to trim the Pickup leads to say... Length plus an inch or so?
I think proper-length leads are better than an extra foot of wire snaking around everywhere.
So, there's cheese w curds that's not like the white "cottage cheese"? Those are the only cheese curds I've eaten. I think I may be manufacturing the memory that maybe once or twice, they squeaked. Or not...
that sounds fun. I'm lucky cause I can turn up at my brother's house, where i'm crashing for now. in fact, he has band practice right in his living room.
Welcome to the world of Squier's.
I'm not too familiar with the Deluxe neck. Maybe someone else (@anyone?) can answer.
I drove past the castle 576476 times going to the Great Lakes Medical Center with my dad, and never could talk him into stopping. Then taking my X back and forth to Lake Geneva, never could talk her into stopping, either.