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 Post subject: Bonjour from France
PostPosted: Tue 10 Jan 2012 02:24 AM 
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Location: Montpellier - France
Bonjour and let me introduce myself.
I'm newcomer living in the south of France.
I'm not so fluent in english, I apologize for inconvenience.
Your site is a gold mine in which i have dug everything I learned about Matt's products.
Fortunately I'm addict now.
Credits to those who take care of this site and fill it with their knowledge.
I own since 1986 an brand new acoustis Vantage VA10LT serial 100024 made in Japan.
Recently I put my hands on a TS500 which seems to be in factory condition.
Pics should be at:
http://s1132.photobucket.com/albums/m56 ... I%20TS500/
I'm wating for and Aria LP custom maple fretbord which should be on his way.
I'll post later on on it in Aria forum.
Cheers to all fellow members.

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 Post subject: Re: Bonjour from France
PostPosted: Tue 10 Jan 2012 05:35 AM 
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Welcome aboard!

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Fortunately I'm addict now.


It's like that isn't it... It happens to easily... Be careful, the members here will only encourage your Mat addition!

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Recently I put my hands on a TS500 which seems to be in factory condition.


Nice! I particularly like stripey natural timber Mats.

Regards,

Tony C.

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1983 Vantage VP820 Lefty
1983 Vantage VP825B Lefty
1984 Westone Thunder 1 Lefty
1981 Vantage VSH-455 Lefty
1973 Ibanez 2354S Lefty (made on the other side of Matsumoto)
(plus a couple of Yamaha acoustics)


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 Post subject: Re: Bonjour from France
PostPosted: Wed 18 Jan 2012 06:26 PM 
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Hi Zagratt, and welcome :) (Sorry to be so late, I didn't read your posting before now). Don't worry about your english, most of us here (aussies, austrians, canadians, americans, germans, swedes, dutchmen, belgians, etc.) post language no true brit understands. Amongst us, we usually figure out what you mean, no problem. :D
By the way, nice dog!.

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 Post subject: Re: Bonjour from France
PostPosted: Thu 19 Jan 2012 08:19 AM 
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Welcome and nice guitar. Don't worry about the language thing; we speak a weird dialect of guitar here.


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