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"Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible god and destroys a visible nature. Unaware that this nature he's destroying is this god he's worshipping." - Hubert Reeves

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There will be a good story here...all mahogany 1957 Goldtop - that's my kind of guitar.
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Crazy.
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Looking forward to the demos for them.

I bought a Fano PX6 from that shop. Nice people.

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I once missed a great deal on a Rick 230 from them. Saw it online and it said overseas buyers please call and it was the wrong time of day, so I called back the next day. Guy went to take it off the shelf and when he came back to the phone he said so sorry but I didn't realise, it was sold half an hour ago. Gutted :-(

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Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?

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murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
Easy. Hands/chops any day. Don't need a flash axe. As much as I'd like to make a living from my creativity, I'd rather have a higher degree of mastery of the instrument to be able to express the crap in my head...whether anyone else gets it, I can't control...but to get it out with expressive eloquence and mistake free fluidity would be, for me, a life worth living :D

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That was like watching some high-level drug deal taking place.
Nothing to see here.

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Miza wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 6:32 pm That was like watching some high-level drug deal taking place.
Yeah, but you never got to try the drugs. Bloody teaser vid, that.
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murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
I wouldn't want actual hands grafted onto my arms. Then I'd have four hands.

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werdna wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 7:57 pm
murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
I wouldn't want actual hands grafted onto my arms. Then I'd have four hands.
Dude...I'd take the four hands deal. Then I'd have I'd have 15 fingers of fun, fanging fun! :D

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clubhouse wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:31 pm
murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
Easy. Hands/chops any day. Don't need a flash axe. As much as I'd like to make a living from my creativity, I'd rather have a higher degree of mastery of the instrument to be able to express the crap in my head...whether anyone else gets it, I can't control...but to get it out with expressive eloquence and mistake free fluidity would be, for me, a life worth living :D
I've met some fine guitarists. I've never met one who didn't look up to others as superior.

I feel that already so I'll take the burst. That way at least I'll have half a million dollars I don't have now. :rofl:
And given my apparent relationship with Les Pauls, it will remain in its current condition.
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murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
Just longer fingers, or even just a pinky finger that isn't stubby, the rest of my fingers are long enough.

Not that it would tidy up my ever-increasingly sloppy bedroom playing, but at least I might be able to reach a couple of things I'd love to be able to play.
The older I get, the more disappointed in myself I become.

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Danger Mouse wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 7:47 am
murky wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:25 pm Pop quiz: you can have one of those guitars…..or…..the hands/chops (but not fame and fortune) of your favourite player.

Which do you choose?
Just longer fingers, or even just a pinky finger that isn't stubby, the rest of my fingers are long enough.

Not that it would tidy up my ever-increasingly sloppy bedroom playing, but at least I might be able to reach a couple of things I'd love to be able to play.
Similar boat to what I'm paddling here...big palms, chod fingers. I call them meat slabs with frills...o and then I had the genius idea to chop the end of my left hand, pointer finger off! :crazy:

Previously, I could just mangle a 5 fret spread on a good day...but now, even an open/cowboy C chord is a major grab! I'm working on it though, like a Beatles chord: using middle, ring and pinky...little wins :)

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