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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Donny Osmond fan, Sep 11, 2019.
Ralphie: You'll put your eye out
It comes with an Underwriters Lab warning sticker: "Windmill at your own risk!".
My favorite ML ...
I could be happy with this being the only one in my collection, but I also like my Floyd Rose models. I do have two other Dean Hardtails. This one has a V neck profile that I didn't like at first, but now it's my favorite one.
Looks like a waste of good money to me.
I can easily play it wrapped in bubble wrap
I actually saw him talking about that with Ola in that recent "Ola plays Dime's guitars" video. What caught my eye here was that only 2 of the 3 knobs had those marks.
No, I don't...
I'll take this one instead : a 60s Wandrè Scarabeo
Right On FG, I dig the pointies too!! Here is my Pointy Wall
I'd play it. Even if it wasn't DD related. Actually, that makes me think, I like weird shaped guitars but don't own any. Maybe I should do something about that.
Wow, you have a Wylde Audio Odin model.
What is it like?
This was my first thought too!
I Love it!! Best neck of any guitar I have ever owned! And those EMG's are clear and punchy.
I owned an Epiphone Zakk Wylde for a while, very cool guitar but I couldn't get along with the double bound body, and the rather uncomfortable edge of that body, I got bruised arms from just strumming the instrument.
I love how the Odin adds that Jerry Garcia "Tiger" vibe in its shape.
Honestly, I think that is why Zakk always wears leather wrist straps so that edge doesn't dig in all night,,,
The funny thing is that with my new band I'm playing a Samick Es-335 Copy as my main guitar which also has a double bound body but because of that body being much wider width-wise, it actually isn't as harsh on my arm.
I guess me and Les Pauls just won't get along.
Does it come in green? I love green guitars! Maybe something like this:-
I'm a metal guy from way back, but I've never liked pointy guitars outside of Gibson's Explorer or Flying V. I'm sure it sounds and plays great, but it's just not for me. If it speaks to you, don't mind me none, just rock it!