#2
Wut?
Well, you can call me crazy
You can call me wrong, 'cause
See I was born a liar, albatross
Fly on, fly on
#4
LTD and Ibanez, they'll endorse anyone anyone who stumbles onto a stage.

Oh, you didn't mean that sort of aggression?
#5
There's nothing more metal than a Squire Hello Kitty strat.
Well, you can call me crazy
You can call me wrong, 'cause
See I was born a liar, albatross
Fly on, fly on
#6
Quote by Metalcore_95
I think Jackson or B.C Rich, because Jackson's sound stronger than Dean and ESP.


What, like Michael Jackson's sound is stronger than Dean Martin? The apostrophe is confusing me.
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#7
what like pickup aggressive????

obv it's Gretsch
Belief is a beautiful armour but makes for the heaviest sword.
#8
Given that aggression is defined as overt, often harmful, social interaction with the intention of inflicting damage or other unpleasantness upon another individual, I would think it unlikely that any company looking to make money would advertise these characteristics.
#10
An aggressive tone is something that is achieved by technique, not by choosing a particular brand of guitar.

Pointless thread is pointless.
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