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George Harrison's Beatle Guitars

George Harrison owned and played many guitars in his career, particularly in his time after The Beatles, when he amassed a sizeable collection. This post simply aims to catalogue the important electric guitars George used during the Beatle days, with a little information about each. 612 more words

Preordering: Girls’ Generation TTS – Dear Santa Christmas Special Album

Girls’ Generation- TTS are back with a Xmas special album!
Perfect for the holiday season!
Great as a gift for your friends :)

This preorder ends on the… 153 more words


In Pursuit of the Northern Lights

In another 15 hours, I will be heading ‘home’ half a globe away. There, I know a couple awaits. A lovely couple who have come to be like family ever since they hosted me during Summer school in Germany. 147 more words


A Tale of Two Fates

I found myself waking up in a dream.

Or perhaps it was a vision? A prophecy? I do not know. But it was not real; there was a vagueness, an ambiguity, to that reality that made it seem unreal. 2,404 more words


Beaujolais Nouveau Day 2015 @ Sunset Bay Garden Bistro, Singapore

* The Intellectual Blonde is currently tickled pink by the beautiful fruity bouquet of the first grapes!! ^_^

A little background:

Beaujolais Nouveau is a young red wine made from handpicked Gamay grapes grown in the Beaujolais region of France, where the beverage accounts for half of the region’s production. 295 more words


1979 Gibson SG Standard

This SG belongs to the loved/hated Norlin era.

This means it was built between 1970 and sometime around 1986, loads of guitar enthusiasts hate this era and they will swear that they are the worst guitars Gibson has ever built, but to be honest most of them probably have not tried a Norlin era Gibson, and this feeds the inflated price of the pre-norlin era gibsons, this is why a 1968 SG will set you back around £8k and a 1971 will cost around £1,5k. 228 more words

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