- Mar 24, 2018
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I bought my 2014 R8 in washed cherry when I was 29. I'm 30 now.
It's called Credit Card debt!!!!No joke! I'm almost 39, wife and I have decent jobs, and I still can't afford even the cheapest RI (even used). We also have two children, but even before the kids, I couldn't afford one.
The weird part is, we're really good with money.
Absolutely correct, master one guitar and be intimate with it and you’ll benefit greatly. Unfortunately along the way some of us during our quest for tone and immulation of our guitar hero’s get off track and start to collect instead of playing. I always seem at the end of day to return to my main guitar that works the best for me.I am 60. From the time I was 15 until age 50, I usually only owned one electric guitar and one acoustic guitar. There were periods during that time that I owned two electric guitars. Now, if I want something, I purchase it. I just purchased an R7 and an Aztec Gold '61 Custom Shop Hardtail Strat. In many ways, having just one good guitar makes one a better player because one can master that instrument.
Yes. As of this post, you win second place! (AKA, first loser )70... do I win anything?