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Jimmie Hudson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 11 Dec 2017 7:34 pm    
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We are now a New Mullen Dealer here at Hudson Steel Guitars
We are a stocking dealer. I have a blue Discovery in stock and more on order.
If you would like to take a test ride on the Mullen you can come by my studio anytime from 8 am till 9 pm EST Monday through Saturday and go for a ride on the Mullen Pedal
steel. The Blue Discovery has 3 floors and 4 knee levers Emmons setup. $2295.00 plus Shipping
Call for more info. 704-986-6481
The guitar will be listed in the for sale section here on the forum also.

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Jimmie Hudson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2017 2:17 pm     ttt
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Bobby Overfelt


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Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2017 3:38 pm     Jimmie
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Wow sure is pretty
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Jimmie Hudson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2017 5:20 pm     Re: Jimmie
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Bobby Overfelt wrote:
Wow sure is pretty

Looks good and the pedals and knee levers are smooth as butter. The mechanics on these guitars are top of the line.
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Jimmie Hudson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 17 Dec 2017 12:48 pm     ttt
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Jim Reynolds


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Franklin, Pennsylvania
Post  Posted 18 Dec 2017 1:50 am    
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That is really beautiful.
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Mullen Discovery, Red Burl/Cashmere Birdseye, Polished End Plates, Pedals & Knee Lever, Morrell 8 String Lap Steel, 1 Peavey Nashville 112, Katana 100, Ibanez DD700, Almost every Lesson Jeff Newman made. 1947 SJ Gibson Guitar, Washburn Special Edition Guitar, 1963 Original Hofner Beattle Bass bought in Germany 1963, and a 1973 Framus Bass.
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Jimmie Hudson


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2018 8:29 am     ttt
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Bobby Bonds Sr.


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Texas, USA
Post  Posted 2 Feb 2018 6:40 am     Mullen
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I have to say something about the Mullen Steel. I have a one year old Mullen S10 G2. I couldn't ask for a better playing guitar. It went thru hurricane Harvey a few months ago. It was in the studio and I couldn't get to it for two days. It sat in 4 1/2 feet of water! When I got it home it looked pretty bad. The front and back was bowed out a good 1/4" I called Mullen, they said it would probably get worse. All they could do is save all the metal parts and build a new guitar. Well I did all I could to save it. It took about two months of clamping and pulling it back into shape. Today it looks and plays just like it did. So if your looking for a steel that takes a lickin and keeps on tickin, you can't beat a Mullen!
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Jimmie Hudson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 4 Feb 2018 5:21 pm     Re: Mullen
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Bobby Bonds Sr. wrote:
I have to say something about the Mullen Steel. I have a one year old Mullen S10 G2. I couldn't ask for a better playing guitar. It went thru hurricane Harvey a few months ago. It was in the studio and I couldn't get to it for two days. It sat in 4 1/2 feet of water! When I got it home it looked pretty bad. The front and back was bowed out a good 1/4" I called Mullen, they said it would probably get worse. All they could do is save all the metal parts and build a new guitar. Well I did all I could to save it. It took about two months of clamping and pulling it back into shape. Today it looks and plays just like it did. So if your looking for a steel that takes a lickin and keeps on tickin, you can't beat a Mullen!
Just as tuff as a Timex.
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