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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyP View Post
    Ahh the nostalgia aspect, same as guitars, somehow the old woods/ steel possesses mythical powers beyond our present grasp. Thank god we have eBay.
    Isn't the nostalgia aspect what the W&B revival is all about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kees View Post
    Isn't the nostalgia aspect what the W&B revival is all about?
    Yes, I suppose it is. Iím looking forward to the roll out. I wasnít bashing. I have probably 15 or more old W&Bís. Iíll most likely end up with a reissue as well. I do think they need to get their butts moving on the roll-out though, that is if their still planning on making these. I wouldnít blame them if they didnít, considering all the negativity they have received, especially since no ones actually had or seen one yet. I feel like the biggest mistake the new owners of W&B made, was responding to all the crappy comments on these forums. Hopefully the new owners arenít easily ď butt hurtĒ, and are staying in the game.
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    If only they were getting their steel from the floundering UK Steel industry, this could be a feather in the cap for W&B. Things are rather dire in UK Steel, and Tata iron and steel corp is probably going to try and unload most of their operations in the UK. A sad end for a great industry, but the same thing can be said for the teetering American steel industry as well.
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