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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by LPBlue, Jul 10, 2018.
How do you tell if the stage is level?
The drummer is drooling from both sides of his mouth.
How do you get a drummer off your front porch?
Pay for the pizza.
Do you guys like your popcorn with or without butter?
That’s like asking if you like air or not.
My red guitar does that too.
Surely, following that logic, arctic white guitars must sound the cleanest?
See the following for an elementary discussion of colour and its affect upon how you sound...
Note: Use of the British spelling for color is determined by use of an Oxford comma in the linked post. It's a rule i guess, i didn't know about it, but her majesty was quite emphatic in our weekly phone call...
Her majesty being my ivy league educated daughter.
Blue guitars just sound better. Don't over-analyse it or worry about "transparency".
They just do. OK?
I don't think there's a significant amount of difference that your human ear can hear.
What about my cyborg ear?
I used to play bass. I had a silver one and a blue one. The blue one was louder. Conclusion: blue basses are louder than silver basses. If we apply the same logic to guitars, this suggests that blue guitars would not be cleaner sounding, since the fact they're louder would mean they will tend to distort more easily.
It may not be true, but it's a "scientific fact"!
This guitar has The Clearest Tone
and this is the coldest tasting beer in America
and here's the meatiest piece of pizza you'll ever see
As long as it has a large headstock. Bigger headstock means it has more resonance. Robin Trower said so, so it's the law of the land.
I will see your big headstock and raise you a set of heavy gauge strings.
I'm totally following your logic here. My black guitars with the active EMG pickups are far louder than my sunburst strat single coil and also distorts easier.
Conclusion: Sunburst guitars are cleaner than black guitars.
I see a big headstock, and I say, "jeez, put a sock on that thing !"
Clearly there's a hierarchy of loudness. I'd suggest, from loudest to quietest (and hence cleanest):
You seem to be getting a little confused between temperature & taste. Perhaps you're too cold?
Agreed, I am not a fan of the oversized appendage.
It's a quote from a dumb beer commercial "coldest tasting beer" , so the (sort of) theme is
about claims that don't actually apply to anything tangible . Me?...cold ?... no way !.
Those absorbent adult undergarments are insulated