Has the Party Poker fish pool dried up?

Written by Ian McIntosh

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Economic climate.

The economy in general has taken a bit of a downturn since most ofrepparttar Party Poker manuals were written and most people now feel thatrepparttar 141293 dollar in their pocket is worth slightly less than it was. This means of course that they are more careful about searching out less expensive options to play while they are learning.


Party Poker beingrepparttar 141294 industry leader attracts many new sign-ups daily and in order to try and competerepparttar 141295 other sites need to offer better sign-up bonuses. You need to deposit your own money to getrepparttar 141296 bonus released so a lot of new players are just staying and playing atrepparttar 141297 site until their bonus is released.

As an aside,repparttar 141298 Party Poker siteís graphics leave a bit to be desired - they are clunky and old fashioned and none ofrepparttar 141299 players are smiling! Also itís not all that user-friendly for new players andrepparttar 141300 information provided inrepparttar 141301 lobby is fairly sparse.

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Deals Still Exist for Vintage Guitar Collectors

Written by Joey Robichaux

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For instance, Fender Bullets, made inrepparttar early 1980's, are student model guitars, but are American made and use parts found in Telecasters ofrepparttar 141202 same period (pickups, etc). These are great-sounding, easy-playing, and nice looking instruments. You can still find Bullets for less than $300 ... although they're beginning to gather attention. Note, we're not talkingrepparttar 141203 Squire Bullet Stratocaster-type model, butrepparttar 141204 American-made Fender model (looks like a Telecaster).

Fender also put out a Lead series --repparttar 141205 Lead I, Lead II, andrepparttar 141206 Lead III. Again, these were an American made student series -- but are great playing, solidly made, and sound wonderful. You can still pick up Lead's for less than $300.

Gibson Melody Makers have already been discovered by collectors -- but there's not a lot of action with Gibson's Kalamazoo line ... yet. These student models are similar in quality torepparttar 141207 Melody Makers and Fender Mustangs. I've found Kalamazoo models for less than $100!

I haven't mentioned other brands -- Epiphone, Gretsch, Guild, etc -- because either their student models have already exploded in price or they really don't have student models. Stick with Fender and Gibson, stick with American made, and keep your eyes on lesser-known student models ... and you'll find deals that will likely join other lines in appreciating overrepparttar 141208 coming years.

Joey Robichaux operates the Free Sheet Music website at http://www.freesheetmusic.net and is an avid guitar collector.

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