|03-04-2012, 05:27 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Thanked 4 Times in 3 Posts
I go by the name of "SparkyGuitar", as my nickname is Sparky and I play guitar (ofc)
I've been playing for 4 years now, my first guitar was a Fender Stratocaster Standard which was bought used for $120. The seller must've been high because there is not a single problem with the guitar, and I still have it, and love it!
My first and only Les Paul is an Epiphone Les Paul 100. I still have it, and I'm looking for some asthetic mods to make it look like a standard, which I will post my progress in a future thread. I got my LP100 for Christmas in 2010, and I had originally asked for an Agile AL-2000 from my parents, however I won't complain. I fvcking love my LP100 and will never get rid of it.
In addition to guitar I play the drum set, alto saxophone, piano, bass guitar (slap, no minimalist bs), and flute. I don't play any of these instruments casually, at least 3 days a week each one gets practiced for 20+ minutes. But I play guitar and drums DAILY. Music is a passion of mine, and my way of getting away from the world.
Other hobbies I enjoy regularly include Ice Hockey, Marksmanship, Archery, Drawing, Painting, Dungeons & Dragons, making clay minatures to use for D&D, Marching Band (Drumline) and getting womens.
It's nice to join the My Les Paul community!
-Epiphone Les Paul 100
-Fender Stratocaster Standard
Amplifiers & Effects
-Peavey Vypyr 30
|03-05-2012, 12:24 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Oregon Coast
Thanked 137 Times in 16 Posts
I too was taken by worshiping the false God of Fenderism many years ago but have since been converted to my new faith as a Gibsonite. I admit that I'm only human and do occasionally backslide and take a peek at my old faith but as the powers be, I always go back to my new found religion.
Gibson is a Rockin God
Although you have 61 post under your belt I still welcome you to the Greatest Show on the planet. Kick up your heels and enjoy the Show.
|03-06-2012, 01:59 PM||#7 (permalink)|
“The function of prayer is not to influence God, but rather to change the nature of the one who prays.” Sören Kierkegaard