#1
Hey, I'm new here...well to the forums anyway lol just thought I'd show you my new little shredding buddy...who's been crawling allover my guitar for the last week or so...



I'm cool with it...but the thought of a gigantic house spider living in one of my acoustics creeps me out big time lmao

has anyone else had an unwanted guest on their instruments before??
#3
Wow, that's a pretty small spider...a pet, awwwwww
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#4
That's pretty awesome. You should call him "bob" and give him flies to eat everyday.
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#6
dude, that's cool


keep him. train him to dance as you play. and destroy anything that comes near your guitar.
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#7
No, but I always get these huge spiders in my studio. I've killed 5-6 of them by now and there's always a new one every few months. They're like a centimeter in diameter so they're not that pleasant...
#10
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.
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#11
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Get rid of it, they sound really digital.


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#12
Quote by steven seagull
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.



my friend, a genius is you. +1
#14
Dude! Thats awesome! Train it to protect your guitar! It goes.....
"Hey man, can I see your guitar"
"Sure! Go ahead" *laughs meniachally inside..*
"Cool man! Hey wai-" *screams and runs away*

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#15
Quote by steven seagull
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.


I was waiting for that one.
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#16
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Get rid of it, they sound really digital.

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#17
This reminds me of the mouse in the amp thread. Poor, poor Bellamy.
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#18
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This reminds me of the mouse in the amp thread. Poor, poor Bellamy.


Link to the thread?
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#19
you know basement bugs? i hate them!!! I have a tone of the lady bugs things and i keep having to poison them etc and a few of them went on the grill of my amp so i just cranked to 11 and blasted those mother****ers

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#20
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Link to the thread?


Search bar dude.
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#21
Train it to do some tapping while you shred over the top. Then you can do a Marty Friedman and do some "spider" fingering.

Ouch.
#22
Its just a spider, and i dont think its tube. For a spider it is really good. Just keep it in your guitar and use it as a guard spider if it works.
#23
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Search bar dude.


I see...cute mouse.
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#24
Quote by steven seagull
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.


LMFAO.....Good one Seagull...
#26
I noticed a rather large hornet on guitar neck as I reached for it.
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#27
Quote by steven seagull
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.

Goddamn Steve, I love you.

TS, you should clear coat so it'll be there forever.
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#28
Its just a spider, and i dont think its tube. For a spider it is really good. Just keep it in your guitar and use it as a guard spider if it works.
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#30
Wonder how long it will stay there for O_O...
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#31
dude you could get him to sing while you play and ppl would wonder where its comin from =D.
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#34
Quote by steel337
i hope you dont have one living in your amp....that would suck!

i have a dead one of those wierd little spiders with really long, thin legs "living" on the control panel of the amp i started out with (some random Tiger TG17 practice amp, potentially worse than a marshall MG...) that i've never bothered to clean off, because i haven't even touched that amp for about a year, maybe more.
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#36
Omg you mastered Dave Mustaine's spider technique!
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#38
Quote by Surak
That's pretty awesome. You should call him "bob" and give him flies to eat everyday.

^^^^i agree
em i had a bee on my acoustic once:S
im terified of them and never picked my acoustic up for 2 weeks
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#39
Quote by steven seagull
Get rid of it, they sound really digital.

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#40
Why the hell was this thread bumped?
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Gear:
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GAS:
Ibanez RG3570Z
Digitech Whammy