Serial Numbers

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by Roger Ciszon, Apr 12, 2019.

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Dogs name

  1. Rusty

    7 vote(s)
    53.8%
  2. Rusty

    10 vote(s)
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  1. toomanycats

    toomanycats Well-Known Member

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    You guys know that the OP is never coming back, right? :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Yup. He doesn't even remember coming here. We're all so lonely and desperate for new blood :(

    But on with the hijack:
    What percent of users here are lefty?
    They are 10% in the population but I suspect a bit higher in guitar players but as some lefts play right anyway I think the effective number may still be around 10%.
    Due to rondos early heavy left handed offerings I think this place is very left heavy. What do people think. 20% here? 30% here? Certainly not 50%? Maybe the percent was higher 2 or 5 years ago?
    I also suspect a few years ago when rondo had more left handed options they bought more rondo guitars on average here. So maybe it was 10% leftys having 25% of the rondo NGDs?
    Impressions? Any way to prove a number historically?
     
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    @toomanycats I suspect it was the high percentage of cat possessers that scared Rusty's person away. After all no cat person would poll over calling a cat Rusty.
     
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  4. PsychoCid

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    Hell, some of us only need 5.
     
  5. tobijohn

    tobijohn The Great Enabler Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Size and endurance is what you hear is important but it's been my experience that after a couple hours, they all start complaining...
     
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    tobijohn The Great Enabler Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Right off the top of my head, I can think of at least a dozen regular and semi-regular left-handed members...
     
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    It's also been my experience that whatever they were complaining about before, stops once you get going.
     
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    Thanks to everyone for suggesting getting in touch with Kurt, he was very helpful. My AL-2500 is over 15 years old and it was purchased when Rondo still had a showroom. Thanks again
     
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    That AL stands for...AnaLog rondo. :)

    Now we live in a digital world.
     
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