August 3, 2017

Arthur's Music Store.

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13 comments:

HT said...

"I won New Hampshire because New Hampshire is a drug-infested den."

Feste said...

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Ah. Can hear Arthur’s from here.

I was trying to balance my checkbook in base-10.

Titus recommended listening to Glass’s, “Einstein on The Beach.”

Lost all my money to an off-shore account.

Arthur’s is more like it. Peaceful.

Kylos said...

Whitaker, the turkey that became an obsession for people in Ypsilanti, now has an article in the Atlantic.

NorthOfTheOneOhOne said...

Nice! Looks very much like a Martin D-28 except for the compensated saddle.

Ann Althouse said...

I was impressed by the 3-D effect of this mural, especially at the point where the wall meets the sidewalk.

Todd Roberson said...

I bought a Gibson SG there. The G string tuner lost a gear and went out. They replaced it for me and delivered it to my house. Very nice folks who care about their customers.

Sarah from VA said...

Yeah, I love that trompe l'oeil effect. Especially like the weathered mural "behind" the mural. Very eye-catching.

I feel like 90 percent of the world's guitars just prop up a wall like that one in the mural is, though. I know we have one that's just gathering dust in the corner! (And so does my mom, and my brother, and my sister in law...)

(But we do have 2 violins and a piano that see a ton of use. So that's something!)

hiawatha biscayne said...

I've owned a few D-28s in my time. That one's a D-18, isn't it?

Tom White said...

My dad's best friend worked there for many years.

sunsong said...

impeachable~ that's what you are

Fabi said...

The rosette looks more like a D-28 than a D-18, but I wouldn't bet much more than a beer on it.

eddie willers said...

I learned about one model from Nanci Griffith:

I've got a double-o-eighteen Martin guitar in the
Back seat of my car
Hey, I am leaving Mississippi,
With the radio on

CStanley said...

Very cool mural.