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    Last war here made that everybody must be ready for anything, so as AK-47 was popular gear, it's invented very handy axe:



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    Here's mine - obviously not AT a campfire. A "lawsuit" Takamine I bought new in 1978. Indistinguishable from a D-28 at 10 paces, and plays great.

    There is none so blind as he that cannot see...

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    @Telebloz: nice axe, nice gig company I dare to say. I had very short time acoustic axes 'cause I was nailed to loud sound... but years ago I saw in video Ike & Tina Turner "Nutbush city limits" how Ike played acoustic axe with Strat neck... it was love at first sight, but never owned nor played. I bet it's great axe... similar like this one:



 

 

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