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post #21 of 27 Old 12-15-2010, 04:56 PM
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The Ironic thing is I'm a Heavy Metal guitarist. And all I keep think about is all the people who hate heavy metal and it's obnoxiousness (I admit it) who think that would be the perfect guitar for Metal guys to play. I mean, it sounds like crap right? LOL!!!!!!!!
I love metal too. Some of it is crap (think 80s hair bands), but its still alive and kicking, so some of us must like it.

Very intresting guitar.

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Time to call the patent office. Seriously...creativity is alive and well in NY.

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I love metal too. Some of it is crap (think 80s hair bands), but its still alive and kicking, so some of us must like it.

Very intresting guitar.
It's definitely alive! I'm actually pleasantly surprised by how alive it is yet it still keeps it's "underground" feel. I'm with ya on the 80's hair stuff..... Not sure I even consider it "Metal". : /
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post #24 of 27 Old 12-16-2010, 09:14 AM
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How does it sound?

I'll bet it has some pretty good bass and reverb....air guitar? bill

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I think it should have a proper name, Maybe It could be called a-------




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How about "The Hamerrhoid" or "Poo-Caster"?
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What a cool instrument. A great gift, and likely one of a kind. Just wait until Eric Clapton gets wind of it.

I didn't know Clapton played wind instruments.
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