"It keeps you fit - the alcohol, nasty women, sweat on stage, bad food - it's all very good for you." -Bon Scott
"Let me put it this way: the 5150 will treat
you better than any girlfriend, because it screams louder, it's easier to pick up, and it shuts up when you take your plug out." -Rip Glitter
Ya know, if I didn't have to be at work and do other things, I'd probably drive down to So Central, TX and smack you upside the head, Jerry. Just stop, please.
Ya know, I really wish I could figure out why I find Jerry's obvious troll threads to be entertaining. Usually, I don't have much patience for trolls, but I like Jerry.
This thread made me lol.
I got society's blood running down my face...
I think the Les Paul is the most overrated guitar of all time. It's a great guitar, but I think the Strat did more for Rock and Roll and Heavy Metal than the Les Paul ever did.
- Gibson CS ES339 - Gibson J-45 - Gibson Les Paul Trad - Gibson J-200 Standard - Fender Hwy1 Strat - PRS Custom22 Soapbar - Takamine E-series Acoustic - Fender Blues Deluxe - Fender Excelsior
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InnerDreamRecords... Hey, Puckboy died...but he's better now.
- http://www.myspace.com/mrdsbigband - 80's demos and things.
- http://www.soundclick.com/bands/defa...?bandID=804435 -
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I clicked on this expecting to see "PRS" or something, not 335.
I'd ask WTF is wrong with you, but I stopped concerning myself a while back.
Ya got to admit, if someone gave you that 335 in the pic, you're first thought would probably be "I need a lighter and some lighter fluid, this thing must be burnt to ashes !"
As a player, one needn't worry oneself too much about whether it has anything to offer : if you see it, burn it. Quick and easy. I appreciate the OP pointing this out, as many players out there aren't aware of this issue and it needs to be broadly known.
Lumbering dinosaur (what's a master volume control?)
Last edited by guitfiddle; 06-22-2012 at 12:38 PM.
Originally Posted by FranklyNever did the Eagle lose so much time as the day he submitted to learn from the Crow.
That said, 1) Berry's greatness had absolutely nothing to do with which guitar he played, and 2) he has sucked for nearly 50 years anyhow. I just thought it was a badass photo of the King of Rock-n-Roll playing a Gibson thinline semi-hollow.
Trying to remember what he used back in the 50s ... ES-350D or a ES-5? Probably both.
"Completely Conceded Glowing Expert."