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Tommy Wallace


From:
Bowling Green Kentucky
Post Posted 17 Jul 2017 6:52 pm     Reply with quote

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Ken Metcalf


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Converse Texas USA
Post Posted 18 Jul 2017 5:02 am     Reply with quote

2016 and 2017 MSA U-12s
Fine pedal steel guitars with Emmons style tone controls and L Frets. Very happy with these two. ^_^




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Ron Hogan


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Nashville, TN, usa
Post Posted 18 Jul 2017 8:58 am     Reply with quote

One thing i noticed, you hardly ever see the Legends or Studio Pros for sale. They hold on to them. That says a lot.
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Mike Perlowin


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Los Angeles CA
Post Posted 18 Jul 2017 10:14 am     Reply with quote

Same with Millenniums. I will keep mine for the rest of my life.
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Larry Baker


From:
Columbia, Mo. U.S.A.
Post Posted 18 Jul 2017 2:30 pm     Reply with quote

But remember Mike, you was notified that you was dead..Just have someone send me your MSA guitars!!!!!
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Geoff Noble


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Scotland
Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 8:39 am     Reply with quote

It's taken me a while to get photos that I think does it justice but here is my MSA Legend U12 I bought last year and picked up at the Dallas show. The pickup on it in the pictures is a retro Tonealigner wound on order by Bob Hoffnar who I know frequents this forum.

Bob it is a really sweet sound from the Tonealigner, I also have a Truetone but the Tonealigner is my favourite.

It's a great guitar, plenty of natural sustain and plays sweet as a nut. Many thanks to the guys at MSA for their kind hospitality when I was across.

Special thanks to Mitchell Smithey who gave me a tour of the MSA factory. Mitchell I re-rodded the Franklin pedal to give me a tone raise on string 1, half tone raise on string 2 and a tone lower on string 7. Much prefer these changes.












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Ed Boyd


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Illinois, USA
Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 9:03 am     Reply with quote

It's heavy.


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John Roche


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England
Post Posted 28 Oct 2017 1:18 am     Reply with quote

anyone got a rodding chart for a MSA legend 12?
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Douglas Schuch


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St John, US Virgin Islands
Post Posted 29 Oct 2017 2:16 pm     Reply with quote

Here's one of my MSA Millies - taken a couple of years ago when I first got it. In the background is St John, Virgin Islands. Both the island and my instruments (and me!) went through a Cat 5 hurricane about 2 months ago. We all are slowly coming back. The island is turning green again, I am slowly cleaning up my gear (only issue so far was a removable pick up that got stuck in my other Millie, which got the dampest of my guitars. If it had been a wood body, I suspect it would be in far worse shape!). And I am finding enough work to keep food on my table.



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Archie Nicol


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Ayrshire, Scotland
Post Posted 29 Oct 2017 4:41 pm     Reply with quote

Luvly-jubbly, Douglas. Same colour as my wee Millie. Winking

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Douglas Schuch


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St John, US Virgin Islands
Post Posted 30 Oct 2017 12:50 pm     Reply with quote

Indeed, Archie! But that is not just a Burgundy Millie.... That is THE Burgandy Millie. Of course, that and $4 will get you a Starbucks coffee, but nice to know one of my heroes played some serious licks on this guitar before I began abusing it!
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David Wright


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Pilot Point ,Tx USA.
Post Posted 4 Nov 2017 3:53 am     My First M.S.A Reply with quote

My first guitar... 1970....one of a kind..M.S.A. on the top of a Brads Rack...

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Fred Justice


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Mesa, Arizona
Post Posted 4 Nov 2017 5:03 am     Reply with quote

Danny Sneed was playing a Sierra on a Brads Rack when I first met him in 1975, it had 17 pedals (2 row's) Very Happy
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Daniel Vorp


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Burlington, NC USA
Post Posted 17 Nov 2017 8:39 am     MSA Legend Caribbean Blue Reply with quote


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Larry Lenhart


From:
Ponca City, Oklahoma
Post Posted 17 Nov 2017 5:56 pm     Reply with quote

Just finished going thru the pics in this thread...a lot of beautiful steels !! Out of my price range Sad
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Mike Perlowin


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Los Angeles CA
Post Posted 17 Nov 2017 11:04 pm     Reply with quote

Larry, the older MSAs from the 70s and early 80s sell for around $1,500-1,800. These aren't as elegant as the new ones, but they are rock solid, and perfectly functional.

I played my 2 classics for 25 years before I upgraded to the Millies.
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Paulo Perin


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Brazil
Post Posted 18 Nov 2017 11:16 pm     Paulo Perin From Brazil- Millennium 8-7 Reply with quote

Some pictures of my MSA Millennium 8-7





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Michael Weaver


From:
Buffalo Grove, IL
Post Posted 20 Nov 2017 3:31 pm     Vintage XL Reply with quote

Built in the late 70's 9 x 7
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Savell


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Lakeland FL
Post Posted 13 Feb 2018 7:20 am     MSA Legend Reply with quote






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Jimmy Gibson


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Cornwall, England
Post Posted 6 Apr 2018 12:57 pm     Before and after Reply with quote


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Brian Henry


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Ken Byng


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Southampton, England
Post Posted 8 Apr 2018 5:00 am     Reply with quote

This beautiful lady (Legend XL Signature) is winging its way to join my collection.







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Mike Perlowin


From:
Los Angeles CA
Post Posted 8 Apr 2018 9:39 am     Reply with quote

What's the green thing on the undercarriage?
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Darvin Willhoite


From:
Roxton, Tx. USA
Post Posted 8 Apr 2018 9:46 am     Reply with quote

That's the battery pack for the lighted fretboards.
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MSA Millennium, Legend, and Studio Pro, Reese's restored Universal Direction guitar, as well as several older MSAs, and a bunch of amps, new and old.
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Mike Perlowin


From:
Los Angeles CA
Post Posted 8 Apr 2018 11:25 am     Reply with quote

Thanks Darvin.
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