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While the current debates on vintage/historic/regular gear are still raging.
I just wanted to say I would give up all my guitars and play a Squier in trade for just a little talent.
 

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While the current debates on vintage/historic/regular gear are still raging.
I just wanted to say I would give up all my guitars and play a Squier in trade for just a little talent.
I'd probably trade for a little more, but hey we're all different. :)
 

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I've found hard work can make up for talent deficits over time to quite some extent. If I can improve as much in the next 30 years as I have in the last 30 I'll be a very happy man, but still just "good" rather than "great". Best bit is that if you keep the guitars rather than trading them for talent, you get to practice with some great guitars!

Liam
 

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Check your spelling in your title bro.
 

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Might have to trade some more. :eek:
 

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And I would just like to say that I love my Custom Shop Les Paul which is a guitar made by Gibson which looks like a vintage guitar which is not quite the same as a real 50+ year old guitar.
 

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I am starting to believe that these discussions are not really about what is good and what is better. It is about manners, or lack thereof. It's kind of like the burning bag of poo on the front step, ringing the doorbell and running.
 

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I've found hard work can make up for talent deficits over time to quite some extent. If I can improve as much in the next 30 years as I have in the last 30 I'll be a very happy man, but still just "good" rather than "great". Best bit is that if you keep the guitars rather than trading them for talent, you get to practice with some great guitars!

Liam
i doubt I'll be alive in 30 years
 


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