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It's been so long since I've checked my page that I almost just dropped off the radar. Thanks to Hank for posting me as Profile chosen this week. I still don't have any clips I'm ready to share (The ones I would WANT to share,..) but rest assured when I come across a few, up they go. Lately, I haven't been playing the D-10s. I DO have a new SD-10 GFI Ultra which I love very much. I can't say enough great things about this instrument. The most noticeable feature is its light weight. Compared to my MSA Classic D-10 behemoth weighing in at around 120 lbs,...this little GFI is an welcomed piece of kit. I think, in the case, she tips the scales at just kissing 50 lbs. And the tone is delicious. But even there, the chemo has kicked the stuffins right outta me. My friends have been solid by slavin' for me. I think they like calling me "Bwana". But if I can get away with a lap-slab and say, a Polytone or a Roland Cube 40, life isn't as tough for a sickko. In a few more weeks, I get to find out if i get to kep my bladdder or not. So far, there has been shrinkage of the malignant cancer cells. The MRIs and CTs point to some success. Still, that's no guarantee until everyone has a darned good look under the hood before they go to cuttin', guttin' and trimmin'. There's no reason that I can't stay positive,...and keep steelin' through both the best and worst of times. Take care, y'all!