#1
you know the deal, your watching a video of your fave band playing etc and the guitarist is rocking out like a possessed badger with a blend-tech blender shoved up its backside.
and then they go and do something like launch there guiar over there shoulder and catch it as it swings back around and then keep playing and your left standing there like o.0 wtf!!

so you now feel totally inferior and want to know how the feck they managed to pull that off, then you go try it and.. i dunno.. total the fish tank or something >.<

so basically, what guitar "trickery" have you witnessed that has made you "JIZZ..IN..YOUR..PANTS" (sorry for the lonely island reference.. i couldt help it)

plus how the hell do they do that guitar throwy over shouldery thingy!! i want to know XD
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#2
you mean guitar swing?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWEm0fbUIHE

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#3
yeah the guiar swing, id try it were i not afraid of the headstock hitting me in the mouth or something.. thats happened to me before actually. tuning heads hurt your teeth.

edit: just checked video.. kinda like that but not as.. umm... well i better not continue. i dont want to cause offense to anyone
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#4
With my ML.... after the last song or during a crowd-interaction part I can take the top horn and push it behind me so the guitar sticks out in front of me, then pull the whole guitar behind me upside down and let it chill haha. Pretty fun and it looks cool.
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#5
I dunno, I usually just think "What a prick" when someone starts doing all that nonsense. Particularly when it's just some unsigned local band playing at a pub or in a small club or whatever. I can understand such animalistic urges taking over when playing in front of a packed-out arena crowd of thousands of people. But in a crappy run-down pub, on that rubbish little stage (which is often tucked away in a corner)? Spare me the show-boating, please.
#6
Pete Townshend windmilling back in the 60s, enough said.
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#7
Ive always wanted to pull an Angus Young and spin around on the ground while playing.
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