How does your dog feel about your guitar playing?

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  1. Stevn

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    My dog used to howl the blues in E major. That was on a Dean Avenger guitar. When I moved to telecaster, then a Stratocaster he doesn’t come in the room anymore. Hmm. Maybe I need to practice more
     
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    Meat bees perching on the headstock? Maybe they're hoping you'll play some Sting...
     
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    Ghost is a rescue mutt, We've had him 3 months. At first he ran away and barked loudly. Sometimes now he tolerates it and will even stay in the room if I'm playing softly, but it doesn't take much playing to get him barking. I don't even need to plug the electric in.

    I'm not sure if he's trying to tell me I'm rubbish or if there's some high frequency content he doesn't like.

    He has two fairly long walks a day and the 3 of us (myself, wife and daughter) take it in turns to walk him. It doesn't half get me focussed on practice when one of the other 2 take him out.