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So guitar isn't dead...

Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Johnny Danger, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. ChukkerNation

    ChukkerNation Senior Stratmaster

    Apr 9, 2015
    Could be a HM2. They were HSS. hM3s were HSH. I still have mine and pull it out to play a few times a year. If yours has the non-Strat black headstock, it’s a HM. If it had a standard headstock, they were called something else.
  2. supernintendo64

    supernintendo64 Strat-Talk Member

    Apr 14, 2017
    That's great and all but it really bothers me that Gibson is still trying to identify as a "lifestyle brand" even after the bankruptcy instead of being a company that puts musicians first and foremost.
  3. Lester H

    Lester H Strat-Talker

    Jun 6, 2018
    Nope it had a standard headstock. Honestly mine was a turd. I remember the pots got scratchy early on and parts would come off the bridge and just problematic all around. I got in a pickle in '93 and put it up for hock in a pawn shop on an out of town trip and never went back for it. I pretty much swore off squier and fender for about 7 years after.
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  4. The Strat Dude

    The Strat Dude Posy rules! Strat-Talk Supporter

    Feb 9, 2014
    Dumpster diving
  5. johnnymg

    johnnymg Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

    Sep 5, 2015
    Central Coast Ca
  6. mikej89

    mikej89 Senior Stratmaster

    May 12, 2016
    River Falls, WI
    I think the guitar hero is dead but not electric guitar. There just won't be another SRV or anything.
  7. Johnny Danger

    Johnny Danger Strat-O-Master

    Aug 28, 2017
    Denton, TX
    Everyone here keeps talking about kids not liking guitar music and they instantly think of rap, hip hop and pop. Well rap and hip hop have been around since the late 70's. Pop is definitely less guitar driven, but pop is it's own genre. Talk to any high school kid or even 20 or 30 somethings who actually really like music and odds are that they listen to a lot of guitar driven music in addition to pop.
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  8. Class A Knob

    Class A Knob Strat-O-Master

    Nov 25, 2017
    Rolling Stone is like MTV: they haven't been about music for about 20 years now