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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by CowSauce, May 4, 2012.
"I play guitar."
That's a fact, Jack:
That ain't a guitar there boy
"Tone" has been used in reference to musical instruments for centuries, starting in Greece about 2500 years ago: Online Etymology Dictionary
You've got a lot of punchin' to do. You'd better eat your Wheaties.
Sure it is chica, it's a bass guitar. You sure are silly.
Nah ... Telecasters are for Country Music!
ok cool,... I thought that only happened at my house. Shewwww... relief...
Look at this poor fool trying to play the blues on a cheap Epiphone knock off of a Gibson ES-330:
Hmmm.... didn't Lennon play a "Cheap" Epiphone?
Tele with stock pickups seems to be for country
The title of this thread is misconceptions, I'm sure Jim was stating that as such, not as fact.
pretty sure this one comes from tube amps listing their RMS watts while SS amps seem to like to list their total output power.
More Gain = Better Tone
When I discovered the flame top Les Paul type guitars 25 years ago, I actuallly believed, the flames are created by setting the guitar on fire....oh well, I was in my youth!
my lady leaves, and the neighbors come running
Good thing you didn't try it out on a guitar
well, once upon a time, I also thought electric guitars were made from plastic, and any flamed, quilted, spalted - you name it - surface was done with airbrush.
and I still can´t get it out of my head, that a Telecaster is a guitar for girls!
I´m honestly trying to broaden my horizon, but this is really hard for me to overcome. although I love the tone of some players, I just hate that headstock even more than the rest. you may stop clubbing me now, thanks!
I can't think of a manlier guitar than a telecaster!
Just put the "Hello Kitty" Strat right next to it...
"Playing bass is easier".