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About SomeIdiotDreamer

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  1. I hope he gets that guitar to a doctor before doing anything so drastic as retiring one of his most familiar instruments. It's always sad when you loose a companion.
  2. I think in any group, the key is communication. It doesn't matter how fiercely or how often you fight, as long as you're still actually moving some kind of conversation forward, the relationship is saveable. Once that breaks down, there's really nowhere to go. If you're not talking you're not talking. Sometimes the intervention of a third party can get things going again, but usually by the time that happens, it's too late.
  3. I know! Quite the fake out, huh? I loved it. Especially that picture of the young, super-cool rocker at the very end there... You think you know a guy.
  4. CB, to this day I couldn't tell you what made me even want a guitar, let alone chunk down the cash on it that I chunked down. I'd read reviews of the guitar, and I just liked it. I liked it a lot. An impulse buy? Yeah probably, but it was a hell of an expensive one, and I'm currently straining and stretching my hand trying to conjure a bar-chord that doesn't buzz louder then a hive of bees, so it's lasted a while. I have no idea where it's gonna go. But I hope it goes somewhere interesting.
  5. It'd be a cool instrument to give a comic-book character: very, uh striking design. Also because Comic Book characters are drawn, no actual human will have to touch it. Oooh I know! Paint it black and give it to the pretentious f@ck-head character! Yes! Genius. Now I just need a plot to go with it.
  6. I'm not saying that they don't exist. I'm saying they're not an over-served demographic. I don't think you can argue that there are by no means too many girl rockers out there. And there's one guitar company that designs their instruments with them in mind, I'd buy one if I wasn't fully satisfied with my epi, which is already more guitar then I can handle at my current skill level.
  7. 10 gage. Guy at the store says my string breaking may mean I "need a set-up" which admittedly I haven't had, but I let that same guy talk me into a new (more expensive) tuner that's got me going crazy because 1) I don't know what "calibration" is and it PERSISTS in identifying the strings wrong. It says my high E is an F and no mount of tweeking will convince it otherwise. I was better off with my seven-dollar peice of crap. I wonder if I can return this stupid thing.
  8. This is the second string I've broken in three days. I'm a string-breaking machine. And both times I was just tuning up and wound it too high? I don't get it. Can I do anything to protect against this? If I'm doing something wrong, I'd like to know please. Going back to GC tommorrow, it looks like...
  9. If it's THAT offensive' date=' a nice big sticker might cover it up. Or a dallop of paint. Or a lighter. [img']http://www.gibson.com/Files/aaFeaturesImages/tom%20morello.JPG[/img]
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