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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by Baelzebub, May 5, 2021.
Now you need a six-foot tall bottle of beer to open with it.
When I saw that as "Stupid Deal of the Day", I had to concur.
Apropos...Slayer could be a bit of an earwig on a good day...
When I saw this ad in GP mag back in 1980 ( or ‘81)as a 12/13 year old, I knew there was something about these Dean guitars I reaaally liked!❤️
Sort of earwig-ish at both ends
EDIT: wow, I’m way late on that comment, oops
I dunno my mind went straight for Romulan Warbird..... should be green and red...
EDIT: Argh! I suck- I meant Klingon Bird of Prey ....
Builder must have played a LOT of Tempest in the 80's.
I keep getting this image in my head.
Just need some sort of actuator on the guitar and I could pick up my dropped picks without bending over.
Slayer plays so loud they kicked them out of the desert.
Yeah...I'm diggin' the V!
Sorry, that's firewood!
Not at $1399 retail it isn't. But then I wouldn't pay anywhere near that just for the novelty. To me it's like the Plan 9 From Outer Space of guitars....
Compared to the "pointy" guitars, that looks conservative enough for a dedicated gospel music player to use.
I might try it standing up....maybe...but wouldn't set down with it unless I was wearing a cup, and had a full shield motorcycle helmet on my head to protect my eyes and my wedding tackle....
It's really not that radical. It's like a hybrid of a LP/Strat/Tele. I have low output PAF style pickups in it, and it really sounds like a nice classic rock, "vintagey", "bluesy" sort of guitar.
It is really comfortable, plays and sounds amazing (IMO).