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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 21 Apr 2018 2:24 pm     Reply with quote

Russ Pahl's Show-Pro

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Post Posted 21 Apr 2018 3:22 pm     Reply with quote

Jim Cohen wrote:
Russ Pahl's Show-Pro

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I like that one! 16:56
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Post Posted 21 Apr 2018 5:50 pm     Wayne Bridge Reply with quote

Wayne Bridge... steel guitar wizard... Flying Burrito Brothers, Vern Gosdin, and more.

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Jeffrey Smith


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Post Posted 21 Apr 2018 7:37 pm     Zane King Reply with quote

Zane King and his E6/9 Jackson.

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 22 Apr 2018 4:24 am     Reply with quote

Leonard T. Zinn w/ Rockin' R Ranch Boys!

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Post Posted 22 Apr 2018 6:29 am     Reply with quote

b0b wrote:
Jim Cohen wrote:
Russ Pahl's Show-Pro

https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=0d49b0ff22d6


I like that one! 16:56

Me too. 17:44

Wayne Bridge 17:38

Zane 15:36
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 22 Apr 2018 7:51 pm     Reply with quote

Mitsuo Fujii!

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Post Posted 23 Apr 2018 8:47 pm     Reply with quote

Leon Rhodes!

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Post Posted 23 Apr 2018 11:34 pm     Alvino Rey And Old Prototypes Reply with quote

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 5:16 am     Re: Alvino Rey And Old Prototypes Reply with quote

Jeffrey Smith wrote:
Alvino Rey And Old Prototypes[/img]

Cool photo. I imagine he had quite a collection of steel guitars. Wonder where they are now...?
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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 8:02 am     Reply with quote

Looks like it was actually made of steel!
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 8:54 am     Reply with quote

b0b wrote:
Looks like it was actually made of steel!

Yes, from the good old days when steel guitars we're actually made of steel.Smile
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 9:20 am     Reply with quote

Alan Akaka!

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 12:18 pm     Reply with quote

National New Yorker!

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 24 Apr 2018 12:19 pm     Reply with quote

Questions for the puzzle crowd:

Are y'all happy with the length of time it takes to work on these puzzles? Do they strike the right balance for you between being challenging (having enough pieces) and not taking up too much time? Would you prefer occasional (or all) puzzles to go more quickly, say, 10-minute average instead of 15-20"?
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Craig Stock


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 4:09 am     Reply with quote

Jim, I'm fine e with the way they are, my problem is that I'm in my busy season at work and haven't been able to keep up, but will catch up as soon as I can. Thanks for continuing this!
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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 6:37 am     Reply with quote

I couldn't resist making a puzzle from this picture of Lloyd and Jay Dee on Record Store Day by forum member Charles Caskey.

https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=3b04c2aeac34



I was doing the puzzle when my my daughter showed up to take me to a Giants game in San Francisco. Finished it the next morning. My time: 1099:57 Laughing for a 130-piece puzzle.

I like these computer puzzles in the 120-150 piece range. That's what works best for my screen size.
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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 12:54 pm     Reply with quote

Jim Cohen wrote:
Are y'all happy with the length of time it to work on these puzzles? Do they strike the right balance for you between being challenging (having enough pieces) and not taking up too much time? Would you prefer occasional (or all) puzzles to go more quickly, say, 10-minute average instead of 15-20"?

No! People like things the way they are! Now get back to work.

I thought about it as I put the New Yorker together. I agree with b0b on the size range, and the time is about right for me,
and would seem to accommodate Craig and other high functioning students; a ten-minute puzzle would be too short for both of us,
and for the mysterious rem907, who is in the Craigster's league.

The occasional bone, like the New Yorker, makes me think I'm high functioning as well. Good work all the way around, Jim.
15:57
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 2:30 pm     Reply with quote

Great photo, b0b! I look forward to working on that one.

BTW, I also see steeler, Josh Dubin, in the photo. Just had a nice, long phone call with him today. Smile
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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 5:43 pm     Reply with quote

Jim Cohen wrote:
Questions for the puzzle crowd:

Are y'all happy with the length of time it takes to work on these puzzles? Do they strike the right balance for you between being challenging (having enough pieces) and not taking up too much time? Would you prefer occasional (or all) puzzles to go more quickly, say, 10-minute average instead of 15-20"?


Me happy! I'd still be slow even if it went down to two pieces!

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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 6:18 pm     Reply with quote

b0b wrote:
I couldn't resist making a puzzle from this picture of Lloyd and Jay Dee on Record Store Day by forum member Charles Caskey.

https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=3b04c2aeac34



I was doing the puzzle when my my daughter showed up to take me to a Giants game in San Francisco. Finished it the next morning. My time: 1099:57 Laughing for a 130-piece puzzle.

I like these computer puzzles in the 120-150 piece range. That's what works best for my screen size.


Bob... I found it easy to beat your time on this one!!! You know... if you work it again, it'll save your new time. Very Happy

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 6:19 pm     Reply with quote

Lloyd & JayDee

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Jeffrey Smith


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 6:22 pm     Puzzle Hints Reply with quote

Here's some keys that help...

These may be posted on their site, but I found them by accident.

"I" will toggle the image on and off. That helps if you've zoomed up.

"G" will toggle the ghost image on and off.

"A" will arrange the pieces.

"D" will disarrange the pieces.

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 8:50 pm     Reply with quote

The late Gene Fields (RIP)

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Post Posted 25 Apr 2018 11:23 pm     Reply with quote

26.54 Gene Fields
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