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Charles Davidson

 

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Phenix City Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 27 Mar 2010 9:44 pm    
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Most of the time I don't like outdoor gigs,But had one today that was pleasent.Was a John Deere dealership promotion at their store. Had a great turnout and everything Surprised went smooth. YOU BETCHA,DYK?BC.
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Bob Hickish


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Port Ludlow, Washington, USA, R.I.P.
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 6:19 am    
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Bama
You cant go wrong with a Deer .


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Shorty Smith

 

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Columbus, Georgia, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 7:09 am    
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Sounds like you had fun Charlie, nice gig I bet. We had full house last night at 5228, good to have Phillips back with us and he's doing great, we really work good together, Have a good day, Shorty
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Steve Hinson

 

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Hendersonville Tn USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 9:20 am    
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Bob,I got ten bucks says an 8N Ford will pull every one of them Deeres out...at the same time...
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Larry Bressington


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The beautiful sunsets of Nebraska
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 2:25 pm    
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I agree charlie with them outdoor gigs. I played a summer one time in the 90's where the fretboards melted off the neck, hands were sunburnt, honkytonk anytime buddy! Very Happy
It wasent an 'MSA' by the way, but i bought one after that! Laughing
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Charles Davidson

 

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Phenix City Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 2:25 pm    
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Shorty,Glad ya'll are doing good over there. Glad that ole NUT Smile is doing better,have you had to pull your gasmask out yet ? Whoa! YOU BETCHA,DYK?BC.
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Charles Davidson

 

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Phenix City Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 3:44 pm    
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Larry those MSA'S can take it,they are built [the old ones] as tough and mean Devil as an Alabama gater.YOU BETCHA.DYK?BC.
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Bob Hickish


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Port Ludlow, Washington, USA, R.I.P.
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 4:12 pm    
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Steve Hinson wrote:
Bob,I got ten bucks says an 8N Ford will pull every one of them Deeres out...at the same time...



Na!!! Maybe a 9N would do it Shocked You gat'a love a ford Laughing Laughing
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Al Udeen

 

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maple grove mn usa
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 5:20 pm    
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Runs like a Deer & smells like a John
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Charles Davidson

 

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Phenix City Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2010 8:27 pm    
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The BEST green went in the bib of my overalls after the show. Cool YOU BETCHA,DYK?BC.
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Chuck Stowe


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Sycamore, Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 31 Mar 2010 8:12 pm    
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I thought the expression was "Nothing Sounds Like a Deere" Here's my Session 500



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Charles Davidson

 

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Phenix City Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 31 Mar 2010 8:31 pm    
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Chuck,That's a fine looking 500. I had one of those when they first came out. It sure sounded great. Smile BUT, Whoa! Needed a front-end loader to get it on stage. YOU BETCHA,DYK?BC.
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Bobby Burns

 

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Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 1 Apr 2010 8:53 am    
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I was a guitar instructor at a music camp in Stony Plain Canada several years ago. I remember having a conversation with an elderly student named Floyd, who was upset at the local John Deer dealer. Floyd it seems had been trying to buy a new tractor. He really wanted a John Deer, but his favorite color was red, and he could not stand the green. The dealer insisted that Deers should be green, so Floyed got pissed told him off and bought a tractor from someone else. I think he still got a new John Deer, and then had it painted. Floyd and his wife were real characters. They both had black guitars with red trim, wore red outfits with cowboy hats, red boots and all. They really made my week more fun.
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Zach Keele

 

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 1 Apr 2010 5:19 pm    
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Bob Hickish wrote:
Steve Hinson wrote:
Bob,I got ten bucks says an 8N Ford will pull every one of them Deeres out...at the same time...



Na!!! Maybe a 9N would do it Shocked You gat'a love a ford Laughing Laughing


I didn't think a 9N would pull the hat off your head. Very Happy

Oliver was the only real green tractor.
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Bob Hickish


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Port Ludlow, Washington, USA, R.I.P.
Post  Posted 9 Apr 2010 6:15 am    
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Going Green OMG !!!Laughing
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Jeff Evans


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Cowtown and The Bill Cox Outfit
Post  Posted 9 Apr 2010 9:48 am     The Big E
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