This forum is starting to feel like Hollywood...
Can be fun waking the dead ... not that it is possible. It is not.You just replied to a 7-year old thread.
IMPRESSIVE!!Zombie thread revived!
I started naming my guitars when my kids were little, back in the '90s. They enjoyed it, but I always thought it was a cool tradition anyhow, what with BB's "Lucille" and Eric Clapton's "Blackie" and Mike Campbell's "Red Dog" and Neil Young's "Old Black," etc.
I never got around to naming the 2 or 3 acoustics I own, but all the electrics do have names:
From top to bottom:
Paula, Ruby, Cherie, Shirley, Joan, Seven, Brownie, Goldie, Coco
Blondie, Ol' Blue, Delia, Mary, Ari, Cassandra, Dani, Nell, Sonia
Chrissie, Theresa, Rickie, Johnnie, Birdie, Corrina, Checkers, Natalie, Whitney
All of the names have some logic to them. Often a color or model reference. You can probably figure most of them out, but a few of the explanations are not obvious. If anyone wants to know why any particular one has its specific name, I'll be happy to supply the story.