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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Joshtheguitarguy, Dec 29, 2020.
We talking air guitars here? (no pic)
The whole thing is on there. Might miss an 8 ball and a flying eyeball.
I don't mind the flame on the body, but the neck is too much.
I would have liked it when I was about 14. That was when flames on your car were cool.
My first airbrush attempt:
It's a bit much, but still sort of cool. But just "sort of".
Can't say much about flames. I own one of those.
Other people don't know what guitars look like. My wife and daughter can name and distinguish 55 shades of green, but neither can tell a Strat from a Tele from a Les Paul.
How do I live with these people?
They're still cool imo.
Well, on a Dean Flying V, that just looks awesome!
Pretty cool though but the flames on the fret board is a little much
ah ! there are even flames on the pick ups... You can't really do more flames that than. Maybe on the knobs...
Is this Gibson's first try before crushing them with a Cat?
actually the taylor 614ce in the reverb ad is a very nice guitar. otherwise its still a girls guitar
A friend of mine commissioned the original Taylor Hot Rod as an exclusive for himself and was rather unpleasantly surprised when Taylor decided to make an albeit limited production run.
Sometimes the flames aren't hot enough and the guitar just melts a little.
I confess I like the Taylor...
A person of any gender can play any style of guitar that makes them comfortable.
So really, that makes every guitar a potential "girl's guitar": a guitar that a girl owns and is playing.