your hobbies other then growing

undercoverfbi

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I loved and still would enjoy, making armature wood things like cat furniture.

One thing that really hurts me right now is that I can't do these things anymore , ya know, no home and no power tools... Its my hobby and passes productive time. I'm bored as fuck on my daily downtime and arent someone who enjoys playing on the phone n shit.

My old garage workshop...
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TacoMac

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Guitars.

I have a 1985 Stratocaster (my first guitar I bought brand new), a 1994 Epiphone Les Paul I've tricked out with TV Jones pickups and a Jimmy Page wiring rig, a 2002 Fender 12 string acoustic-electric, a 2008 reissue 1958 Gibson Black Beauty with three humbuckers and a Bigsby tremolo and a 2004 Gibson ES355 blockhead with a Bigsby tremolo.

I also like riding my 2007 Yamaha Vmax, but with all my back problems lately I don't get it out of the garage much anymore. She only has 14,843 miles on the clock.
 

srh88

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Guitars.

I have a 1985 Stratocaster (my first guitar I bought brand new), a 1994 Epiphone Les Paul I've tricked out with TV Jones pickups and a Jimmy Page wiring rig, a 2002 Fender 12 string acoustic-electric, a 2008 reissue 1958 Gibson Black Beauty with three humbuckers and a Bigsby tremolo and a 2004 Gibson ES355 blockhead with a Bigsby tremolo.

I also like riding my 2007 Yamaha Vmax, but with all my back problems lately I don't get it out of the garage much anymore. She only has 14,843 miles on the clock.
I have a couple strats and an old 78' 335. Few others as well. I really want a prs next. Dont even really care which one, but i do love the semi hollow. Want to see if they live up to the hype. Also thinking about buying a build your own telecaster kit just for something to do
 

TacoMac

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I have a couple strats and an old 78' 335. Few others as well. I really want a prs next. Dont even really care which one, but i do love the semi hollow. Want to see if they live up to the hype. Also thinking about buying a build your own telecaster kit just for something to do
Can't go wrong with a Paul Reed Smith. I've played quite a few and they're all excellent guitars.

As far as building your own, don't buy the cheap kits. They're awful.

You can get Mighty Might necks for just over 100 dollars and they're quite good. As far as bodies go, you can buy the quality line from guitar fetish. They're decent as well and much better quality than the ones you get in those cheap kits.

Warmouth makes really good stuff, but it's overpriced as hell in my opinion.

For pickups,bridges, wiring and tuners, it depends on what you're going for as to what to buy.

It is good fun though. I highly recommend it.
 

pthobson

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Bowling, have for 20 years. I’m not much older than this.
Spending time with the family.
Reading.
Growing carnivorous plants, Venus fly traps, pitcher plants, etc.
Cannabis in general, the history, medical research, just have a natural love for the innocent plant. :bigjoint:
 

BarnBuster

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Bowling, have for 20 years. I’m not much older than this.
Spending time with the family.
Reading.
Growing carnivorous plants, Venus fly traps, pitcher plants, etc.
Cannabis in general, the history, medical research, just have a natural love for the innocent plant. :bigjoint:
I bowled a lot when I was younger. "King Louie" shirt and all. Now our town doesn't even have one alley.
 

Flatrate

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I have too many hobbies, they drain my time, energy, and wallet!
Bowling- roughly 30 balls all Hammer, got all the stuff a pro shop has except a drill press, do my own layouts.
Golf- Taylormade, Callaway, Cobra, Ping
Home Theater- Onkyo Polk Audio
Custom Computers- AMD and too much to list
Drinking Beer- Pabst Blue Ribbon
Auto Detailing- Got a little side business going. I use Polish Angel on my personal ride, too expensive for my clients taste.
Cars- Currently waiting for ordering to open, 2020 Scat Pack Charger is in my future
Photography- Still somewhat new to this. Currently using a Cannon M50
Music- Nirvana to Waylon Jennings to Metallica to Otis Redding to Slim Shady
Growing is my newest- You can find what I am up to here on RIU

My passion is cooking, over the years I built an arsenal of gear. Got just about any tool you can think of, from a Boos Block cutting board to LEM sausage making gear. Into BBQ big time, sauces,rubs,etc, no store bought stuff here. My garage is my secondary kitchen, I have my grills, smoker, flat top, 3 basket deep fryer, pizza oven.
 
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