#1
i just said this to a mate and he basically laughed at me saying that a guitar was a hunk of wood the were all the same and not individual

anyone else feel the same about there guitars that there all different and have there own personalitys???
#2
i give feeling into playing guitar but im not sure if my guitar has feelings......unless u attach a wah wah pedal to it then its crying.
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#4
Yes they do.
I can guarantee that the Marshall MG wouldn't sound as half as bad as what it does if the guitars didn't care about what they were played through.
Signatures are overrated.
#5
My guitars are lesbians.
What the hell were you thinking?


i duno lol. tihs r liek wen i traid drawn maiself n teh t0ilit.

ROFL.

EPICPHAIL.

gess i cant dai.
#6
Quote by redhawk1029
My guitars are lesbians.


After been played by someone like you I couldn't blame them.
Signatures are overrated.
#7
Quote by Moe.
After been played by someone like you I couldn't blame them.


What the hell were you thinking?


i duno lol. tihs r liek wen i traid drawn maiself n teh t0ilit.

ROFL.

EPICPHAIL.

gess i cant dai.
#9
My guitars dont have TEETH

but seriously, my guitars have a feeling to them. they're not emotional though.
#10
Look at masters playing like Jimi Hendrix, John Frusciante, Joe Satriani. You'll see that they became one with the guitar and express they're feelings with it.
#11
Quote by Hentsik
Look at masters playing like Jimi Hendrix, John Frusciante, Joe Satriani. You'll see that they became one with the guitar and express they're feelings with it.


So Jimi loved fire I'm guessing?
Signatures are overrated.
#13
I'm guessing that anything that has "made in Korea" written on it probably can't feel so much.
#14
Quote by Moe.
So Jimi loved fire I'm guessing?


I heard that was put upon him by his managers (publicity stunt due to greed) and that he didn't really want to do it.
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#17
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I heard that was put upon him by his managers (publicity stunt due to greed) and that he didn't really want to do it.


Source?
Signatures are overrated.
#18
My guitar, or any instrument I happen to be, or have been playing, becomes an extension of me, so yes. It has feelings. My feelings.

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#19
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#20
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He probably got his info from www.pulleditouttamyass.edu
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#21
All guitars has personalities, no question about it. Not two of the same model feel exactly the same. When you know a guitar, it's great to play it. But it takes time to get to know a guitar good, but it's worth it. That's why you shouldn't have many guitars you don't really know everything about, it's certainly better to have one or two or maybe more you know everything about.
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How you know you have too many guitars...

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#22
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Hey now, you can't cite a dot com, because it's a commercial website.

He probably got his info from www.pulleditouttamyass.edu


I clicked both of these expecting them to be real sites.
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#23
Every guitar is unique - you'll never find one exactly like your own. So you would be justified if you felt you'd found your perfect instrument and thought it feels it's found the perfect guitarist. Once you become attached to your guitar, you'll know it's got feelings - it'll have good days, bad days, it'll comfort you when you're down (you'll hear it call, pick it up and play Stairway perfectly), work with you when you're on stage (let you pull off all those little tricks), feel pain (trust me, you feel the knocks and bangs a guitar takes as much as it does) and it'll even get jealous if you start lusting over an SG...
Guitars are empathic, emotional and something to be played with - just like women!

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#24
No, but I have feelings for it. It's hard not to when you spend so much time with that hunk of wood so close to you.
#25
My guitar has feelings...but he was made in 1965, so he's getting a bit grumpy/midlife crisis stricken.
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1983 Aria Pro II XX Deluxe Flying V

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AXL Badwater SRO

Hondo Strat

1974 Acoustic(brand) 134 4x10 combo

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#26
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I clicked both of these expecting them to be real sites.

Bullsh*t.com is real, it's a forum
#27
My Strat's like a battered woman.
Even though she's battered and bruised, she gets the job done. Unfortunately it's near impossible to keep her in tune with reality since she lost a few screws.
I don't even shred
#28
Guitars have their own personalities, but have no emotion of their own. The person playing it must transfer their emotions to the guitar.
#30
Quote by quantum leap
feel pain (trust me, you feel the knocks and bangs a guitar takes as much as it does)

Totally agree.