Delirium Fretlesscylius - does this affect you?

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Harley
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Delirium Fretlesscylius - does this affect you?

Post by Harley » Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:50 pm



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Re: Delirium Fretlesscylius - does this affect you?

Post by David » Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:49 pm

LMAO - I was first diagnosed with this over 15 years ago, no issues for years and I thought I was cured but less than a week ago suffered a relapse but this time with a new symptom - I could hear voices telling me I could always get the frets re-installed!

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Re: Delirium Fretlesscylius - does this affect you?

Post by ryla » Sat Feb 22, 2014 4:33 pm

I and therefore my band mates suffered a bad case of this about 15 years ago. I bought a maton jb iv fret less to 3 or 4 gigs bout 15 years ago and instantly noticed my guitar players reaching for their tuning pegs frequently, they were diplomatic about it but diagnosis of DF was quickly made. I did use in a jazz combo I had on the side but soon after sold it to a man who on later reflection looked like he had a bad case of DF, if I win lotto and purchase another, it would be a lined fretless.

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