that's quite a guitar! Actually I like quite a few of them.
Little Kids Rock is a charity that Bob Weir supports - it brings free rock n roll instruments and education to underfunded public schools nationwide.
Grateful Dead artist, Stanley Mouse painted a guitar for a unique charity auction that will furnish thousands of children with free instruments and lessons! Bid on this guitar and many more between Oct. 1 and Oct. 21 to get your hands on one-of-a-kind pieces of rock n roll memorabilia.
I'm doing a custom run of shirts for all the "tapirs" out there. Check out the thread here: http://taperssection.com/index.php?topic=138275.0 and let me know if it's something you would be interested in.
I've been selling my hats and tams at shows for decades (geez I'm old) and I've always done great and ended up doing mostly special orders. Has anyone tried Etsy yet? There's some dead and 'hippie' stuff out there but it's pretty straight crafts overall.
Feel free to criticize my shop :)
Dead.net had these for sale and they sold out. This is the circle with the 'Good 'Ol Grateful Dead' on it.
If anyone has one available please lmk at email@example.com
Just a shout out to all you Chicago area heads to let you know that Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop has moved from Mt. Prospect, IL to a new and improved location in Lake Zurich, IL. Check us out for the largest selection of Grateful Dead gear in the entire Chicagoland area. You'll also find CD's, DVD's, and even vinyl by your favorite jambands.
Our retail store is open:
Mon - Fri Noonish - 9pm
Sat. 11am - 7pm
Sun. Noon - 6pm
You can also visit us on the web at http://www.sunshinedaydream.biz or
May the four winds blow you safely home...
Sunshine Daydream Chicago
708 S. Rand Rd.
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
I remember following the progress of your deli on dead.net when it opened. It has been a rough couple of years for most of us. Keep your chin up. Possitive vibes to you }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
I have a set of cymbals I bought from mickey in the sixties where should I try to sell them ?I would appreciate the firstname.lastname@example.org