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    illustrated guitar encyclopedias at costco

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    one is acoustic, one electric

    very nice photos and history

    300+ pages each, 81/2 x 11"

    $12.50 each



    i don't know if all costcos

    have the same merchandise

    but worth a look if you're there
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    Does it seem to be put out by Brits?

    Because I think I've got those. Sort of matching books, one acoustic, one electric. The ones I picked up (not Costco) were a few years old, too, I think. I'd have to check.

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    Who makes them?
    [IMG]http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/7194/guitar2ng9.jpg[/IMG]

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    I have a love-hate relationship with Costco. I work right by one, so I run in often to grab one or two things. I LOVE their Spicy Orange Chicken in the frozen section. Their duck is decent, except they didn't have it the last time.
    The "hate" part stems from the fact that I'm there to buy a few things and I get stuck behind the woman with two shopping carts filled with food to feed an army for a month (and her screaming kids in a third shopping cart). I JUST WANT TO PAY FOR MY SPICY ORANGE CHICKEN!!!!

    They do have good deals on HDTVs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mop93
    Who makes them?
    published by thunder bay press
    san diego copyright 2000

    http://www.thunderbaybooks.com/detai...SBN=1571452818

    http://www.thunderbaybooks.com/detai...SBN=1592230512

    here's a pic of one
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    Yep, those are the ones

    I think mine might be older, though. Not very up-to-date.

    Thunder Bay. Duh!. Not Brits, Canuks.

    Mmmm. Spicy orange chicken. Might have to break down and join.

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