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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Frankentwang, Dec 29, 2019.
I have a few MD guitar buddies- it's been a while but we do the same ' window shopping routine' at Atomic:
- okay I have a bad back so we basically go where the amps are I usually will sit on an amp that'll hold my butt and the other two guys walk around the store and find cool guitars for me to play. We are vintage skewed guys so I basically will plug into like a Super Reverb or a Pro Reverb and they just start handing me all kinds of Super stuff- budget Vintage
I remember really digging the Paisley Telecaster Japanese reissues or even the blue flower one they had some serious twang
So we do this for an hour and then we go to lunch
As an old buddy once said when he was asked why his motorcycle had a man's name, "My bike is a dude. Chicks is too undependable."
Man I had too hahaha
Enzo, three of those names are in my family hahaha
Why don’t I see a pic?
just google 'blonde american performer' with safe search off, thank me later.
My son named his LP Beatrix, calls her Trixie for short. And here is why guitars are named for females.
Some are just built more like dreadnaughts.
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I read about the Cabronita years ago. It was mentioned the Fender Stratocaster was the prom queen and the Cabronita was her slutty older sister.
In this context, when I think of American Performers, "Stormy" comes to mind.
Actually, there was a tech who worked for our old exotic vet; her name was Kevin. Yea; I thought it was silly, too.
Famous blondes? Marilyn?
Or, Sugar t**s
Her name was Magill, and she called herself Lil
But everyone knew her as Nancy