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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 16 Aug 2017 2:47 pm     Reply with quote

Amazing Timecapsule !!!
For discriminating buyer, Built in Mid seventies, Serial number 0543.
Red tobacco lacquer in excellent condition , not perfect.
Excellent polished aluminum end caps and brightware. Underbelly never been cut, drilled, or modified.
8x4 set up.
Sho Bud Nashville copedant
2 up 2 down changer
Pretty much like a superpro, but think of more of a "Sneaky Pete" sound!!!!

Interesting post from forum 2003

https://steelguitarforum.com/Forum5/HTML/006553.html




Thanks for your interest, only serious buyers please







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Jon Zimmerman


From:
California, USA
Post Posted 16 Aug 2017 5:09 pm     Artist model Reply with quote

A PSG Palientologist is what Mark has become. Interesting reveal of an exchange of relevant details about this rare D-10, and the corporate mindset of Fender, back then. PLUS: a cool exchange of threads between principal characters on this Forum, when bOb
was Bobby Lee, and that wicked mind of Bobbe Seymour was ever-present. Great stuff!
Don't miss out if you want something "that has that Zing"
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Bob Guichard


From:
Texas, USA
Post Posted 16 Aug 2017 9:46 pm     Gretsch Nashville Steel Pro Reply with quote

The Nashville Steel Pro is a true sleeper amp. Possibly low production numbers left it undiscovered. To my ears it defines the pedal steel sound. Most who own one wouldn't consider selling. Usually if one is on the market it is because the owner no longer plays. That would be the only way my two would get on the market. Haven't played through a JBL but the Altec is really sweet.
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Ben Lawson


From:
Hillsborough N.J.
Post Posted 17 Aug 2017 5:28 am     Reply with quote

I bought a Nashville Pro-Steel amp from Duane Marrs almost 40 years ago. Mine came with an Altec speaker. Its a great sounding amp but I did have problems with the reverb. Replaced the tank and eventually stopped using it. It has an EV speaker in it now but the reverb still needs work. To me, even with the reverb issue, it's the best amp I ever had. I just might take it to my amp tech and start using it again.
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Erv Niehaus


From:
Litchfield, MN, USA
Post Posted 17 Aug 2017 8:06 am     Reply with quote

That guitar was built by Sho~Bud for Fender. Very Happy
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Henry Matthews


From:
Texarkana, Ark USA
Post Posted 18 Aug 2017 5:59 am     Reply with quote

Oh man, wish I had the money, would love to have that. Beautiful guitar.
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D-10 1982 Emmons p/p Black
D-10 1975 Emmons p/p Black Woodneck Bolt-on
LTD amp, Nashville 400 amp, Quilter Steelaire amp, Goodrich pedal, BJS bar, Kyser picks, Live steel Strings. No effects, doodads or stomp boxes.
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 19 Aug 2017 10:54 am     Fender Artist D-10. Gretsch Nashville PRO Amp. Reply with quote

Thanks Henry, If you dont need two push pulls....I could use just one. Smile
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 21 Aug 2017 3:28 pm     Now priced $2975.00 Reply with quote




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Stu Schulman


From:
Ulster Park New Yawk
Post Posted 21 Aug 2017 10:06 pm     Reply with quote

There used to be an S-10 guitar like this at the Buckaroo club in Anchorage Alaska,The club owner bought the "House Guitar" so bands wouldn't have to bring their guitar,and save on baggage,I was playing there on Monday night's and played many hours on the guitar,Yes it was built by Sho- Bud for Fender,After the cub owner passed the steel guitar disappeared?
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Desert Rose S-10 4+5,any amp that isn't broken.Steel Seat.Com seats...Licking paint chips off of Chinese toys continously since the mid 50's
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Dave Meis


From:
Washington, USA
Post Posted 22 Aug 2017 12:10 am     Reply with quote

Did Fender supply the 'wide mount' pups for these?
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steve takacs


From:
beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 22 Aug 2017 3:18 am     Reply with quote

Stu, how was the guitar to,play in terms of ease compared to a more modern steel? Stevet
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steve takacs


From:
beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 22 Aug 2017 3:21 am     Reply with quote

Stu, how was the guitar to,play in terms of ease compared to a more modern steel? Stevet
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Stu Schulman


From:
Ulster Park New Yawk
Post Posted 22 Aug 2017 7:07 am     Reply with quote

Steve,From what I remember it was a very nice playing guitar great pedal action,I always wondered what happened to the one in Anchorage,Not like there's a lot of steel guitar players.
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Erv Niehaus


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Litchfield, MN, USA
Post Posted 22 Aug 2017 7:31 am     Reply with quote

Maybe they used it for kindling, it gets cold in Alaska. Whoa!
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 20 Sep 2017 9:23 am     Reply with quote




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Frank Freniere


From:
Chicago, IL
Post Posted 20 Sep 2017 9:55 am     Reply with quote

Mark, is that Rainer's old guitar?
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 20 Sep 2017 10:25 am     Who's Rainer? Reply with quote

Hi Frank !
I dunno? Who's Rainer? It was part of an estate of a guy who had a recording studio just outside of Minneapolis.
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Tony Prior


From:
Charlotte NC..
Post Posted 21 Sep 2017 1:54 am     Reply with quote

aesthetically it's a real beauty, a survivor, worth every penny.

Not long ago I had a wood body S10 Artist , a very nice player , a tad brighter than the stock Pro 1 Sho Bud using the same parts. Excellent sustain.

Lots of Steel Guitar and Sho Bud history right here.

Whats not to like ?
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Emmons Steels, Fender Telecasters
Pro Tools 8 and Pro Tools 12
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 30 Sep 2017 5:30 am     ttt- price drop Reply with quote

price drop .
Was $2975, Now $2375
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Mark Shuda


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 16 Oct 2017 6:07 am     ttt- price drop Reply with quote

$2375
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