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Discussion in 'Gibson Les Pauls' started by Chasmar, Mar 10, 2016.
Stickers are for fenders
This is true
I always loved Alan "Blind Owl" Wilsons guitar work with Canned Heat. Awesome sounding 54'. [note the STP sticker? - I bought 2 off ebay but were too big, so they're on my 54's guitar case.]
So you bought an STP sticker?
Andy Granatelli would be (probably is) spinning in his grave, giggling.
Which would be assisted if he was additionally lubed up with STP, I guess.
He was big into stickers, but only if he got paid a LOT of money to put them on his cars...
Maybe you can get some pairs of pants done like the guys here.
Andy Granatelli once said that in the 1960s, virtually every kid in America had an STP sticker on his bedroom door, his notebook or his lunchbox. And now you do, too.
Stone Temple Pilots had a load of the STP stickers when they were starting out and wanting a name that was 'STP' so they could use them to promote themselves around town, bit of nerdy trivia there for you
That's because STP originally stood for Shirley Temple's ***** (Meow). They changed the name when they became mainstream.
STP also stood for Serenity, Tranquility and Peace and was the nudge nudge wink wink nickname of Dom (2,5-dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine), a powerful hallucinogenic. So I hear (*ahem*). This is yet another reason why someone associated with a band known for long psychedelic solos in the '60's would have an STP sticker on his guitar.
Those pants are hilarious - not sure I would look as snazzy
Kinda counts as a sticker but was added in the factory
And some band did this
Stickers... sorry, no love here. Stickers are what a pre-pubescent teen uses to decorate the door in his bedroom.
My guitar is prettier than the stickers.
I liked the Chairman Mao sticker, on the back of the 2015.
One of my SGs
Mine, and only mine, forever. Gentleman's Delight.
*palmface* maybe the case, never on the guitar.