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What wrong with Wong?
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I have studied, read, inquired, and practiced until I trust myself to work on my own guitars... I have also been lucky enough to have two friends...
This sounds to me like total hype, and this guy is making fun of all of us Strat nitpickers.
This sounds to me like total hype.
When soloing, I find myself looking at the next place I'm going to go... there's no thought to this, I guess it's instinct. Only took me umpteen...
How is this "Strat Talk?"
All of the above...
Never use it! I tried a few times, but it's not part of my guitar playing... maybe someday? I don't know.
Yes. This phrasing indicates that the people in question are a great mass of something like peanut butter or gasoline, instead of indivisuals.
I have the same pet prejudice, but I have learned not to mention it... there a millions of people who don't spell or construct sentences very...
I gotta go with the people that played them. I believe every guitar different to each different player.
Teles always give me a pain in the ribs, so I've never bought one. I have a Strat, 339, Teton acoustic, Jazz Bass.
I have an early Highway One and I love it.
Yes, I can actually SMELL the difference in string tension when I pick up a guitar with a reversed headstock...
It's one of those words that musicians use to describe something that doesn't have a description... as a bassist I had the most creative talks...
NO! She already like electric!
Rosewood for me... just feels better, and fits my internal Correctness Meter. Not sure why. And oh yeah-- looks better against my shirts!
A bit off the point, but I love postings by people who can spell, punctuate, and have a decent grip of the language.