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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by preeb, Dec 10, 2014.
Thanks M !!
Here's a quick video clip we did today.
I'll have to do a better one in the future because this guitar must leave tomorrow morning so there was no time to arrange a quality recording.
Hope it's enough to get the idea.
I mean B. (-;
I love that guy's playing...the guitar too!!
It must leave tomorrow? May I inquire as to where it is going? I thought it was a prototype?
you are hilariously good
you're so good it's almost scary
It is going to the best imaginable home for any guitar even though she's a proto.
Protos deserve some love too (-;
He's my best friend.
Well thank you so much LawYaw.
Coming from a guy who posts once in 4 years in average that's very complimentary (-;
I can only image creating an instrument of that caliber; and then, being able to play it that well.
You are very talented (and fortunate) man!
Wow. Big fat bass and tons of tone! wonderful job Gil. Well balanced from end to end.
I need to get more GY guitars in my life...Doctor's orders, so it's pretty serious. Get your tuchus to the States!
delicious! reminds me of the sound of a guild M-75 has lots of pop and is very dynamic.
much better looking and very classy, great job.
I kept waiting for him to grab the whammy bar but it never happened!!??
Wow, your friend is a great player!
What amp / mic setup did you use?
That guitar sounds awesome Gil,
but your friend makes it too easy to watch and enjoy!
Very beautiful sounding guitar, and a real pleasure to look at. Great thread, Thanks Gil. Happy Purim.
A stunning guitar and thread as usual Gil. I bet your proud of this beauty.
Yeah, that's just off the hook Gil!
All the wooden parts just make it that more beautiful, great stuff.
Great guitar and an awesome player but it was nerve-wracking to watch; I thought the headstock was getting dangerously close to the cupboard door!