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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by audiopablo, Jun 3, 2020.
Found this...stainless steel.
The Teuffel Birdfish guitar.
I'd hand it to the gladiator, and in his confusion, escape.
My trusty steel National reso. One swing and they are down for the count.
Roman = Italian
Italian = flick knife
So, probably crowbar or softball bat
the guitar is not important..... the double Marshall stack is what you really need
i'd ask for the lions and then hunt around for a can opener. you can herd cats quite easily with a can opener.
A symmetrical doubleneck shredder guitar, like Mr. Batio’s.
Something heavy and extra pointy.
I’d try to wheedley-deedley them into submission.
If that doesn’t work I could use it as a weapon, or shield.
Can y’all tell I put considerable thought into this?
Not sure if the big box music store could supply me that quick - but iff...I'd take one of those Bagpipes!
that'd make 'em run for the hills
Spartacaster. I would need experience. Otherwise a Lester for the weight. I figure you get one swing.
Throw a peavey t40 at them, watch them fall into the giant hole it makes when it lands at their feet
Gladiator has never heard that before then gets knocked out with it.
My 'Gladiator Down' prototype, that I'm working on.
Maybe something like this...
I know you're just making a feeble joke at the expense of bagpipes, but, have you ever tried PLAYING bagpipes? It's VERY difficult to even get a sound out of a practice chanter. By the time you managed to get a squeak out of it, you'd be down for the count.
You beat me to it. Maybe one with Kerry King tattoo paint.
Kramer DMZ 1000. Split Y head stock (for catching those swords hacks). Aluminum neck and a body about 2" thick and heavy.
Perhaps a vintage Veleno. It has the split pointy headstock for pooking at eyeballs and parrying a swinging sword attack, and the aluminum body makes a great shield against the stabby things my opponent will try.
Yes, that's a real ruby on the headstock.
John Veleno passed in 2018.
True, I'ver never played one before but I did get chance to see how they work, up close.
I was a teen about 11, 12 or 13, ..IDK .. I met this (official) scottish marching band and was litarly blown away by the sound.
I talked to them and they were amazed/amused that the german kid could talk and understand their scottish talk.
they invited me to a restaurant after the gig and some beer.
my first bottles of beer - much to the dismay of my parents. but they also found it funny. drunk kid.ha
So yeah, I believe I'd get those bagpipes going...somehow.
it wouldn't sound nice but that's not the point ,right?