uh, Metal Detection-Fi? Go, Bill Wyman!
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I always wanted a metal detector when I was a kid... actually up until I was at least like 16 haha.

I should try to find one lying on the curb next week; our city is having "spring cleaning week" where everywhere puts out all their junk alongside the road.
 
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that actually might be quite trippy. anyone for a K1000/Sonic-T/Bill Wyman Signature Metal Detector rig?




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The more I read about Mr. Wyman, the more he fits into the category of "crazy ol coot who 'trols for treasure on the beach" -

Wikipedia quote: "At age 47, Bill Wyman began a relationship with 13-year old Mandy Smith, with her mother's blessing. Six years later, they were married, but the marriage only lasted a year. Not long after, Bill's 30-year-old son Stephen almost married Mandy's mother, age 46. That nearly made Stephen a stepfather to his former stepmother. (If Bill and Mandy had remained married, Stephen would have been his father's father-in-law and his own step-grandfather!)".
 
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i guess the funniest thing is seeing a signature edition model of an object not usually associated with signature editions. such as, why a detector and not a bass?

which got me to thinking - why isn't there a signature model Headphone out there yet? at least for a famous DJ or something? you'd think they'd want to tap into that, no?

Oops NM they did it - for a Norwegian Snowboarder!
 
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Here's my idea of an "ideal" metal detecting head-fi setup:



Been detecting and head-fi'ing for years ... love em both!



orpheus driving an hd650? good luck with that


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i guess the funniest thing is seeing a signature edition model of an object not usually associated with signature editions. such as, why a detector and not a bass?

which got me to thinking - why isn't there a signature model Headphone out there yet? at least for a famous DJ or something? you'd think they'd want to tap into that, no?

Oops NM they did it - for a Norwegian Snowboarder!



we need a fabio signature model for a reissue of the hp1000!
 
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orpheus driving an hd650? good luck with that


LOL
... only on Head-Fi would anyone notice that.


BTW I took the first pics I had on hand to put it together and (unfortunately) forgot to match them correctly.


P.S. the ring I found made a nice prize!
 
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I guess in Europe, you can find old Roman coins and stuff like that, unlike the new frost lined coors cans you can find in the U.S.
 
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