#1
Hey guys
if I was to coat one of my picks with flint (or something like that), what are the odds that itll spark when I strum? cuz i mean imagine a sweep solo like that
#2
According to me

Sparks + guitar strings = BADDDDDD

but

Sparks + line 6 spider or MG = Orgasmic


so flint......................................


#3
Quote by ferguson911
Sparks + line 6 spider or MG = Orgasmic

lmfao @ ^

Yeah sparks and guitar strings AND electronic stuff like pickups that.... yeah.... lets just say don't play with fire
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#4
Try it, then post pics..

if you can
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#6
Pfft, you bring up the idea but I bet you won't even try it.

It won't catch fire anyways. There's nothing to catch the sparks. I.E. Lighter fluids.
#7
lighter fluid covered guitars sound much nicer though, see how it sounds with your flint pic
the pic theif strikes again

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#8
Good luck making one of those picks.
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#9
Why not just grab a piece of flint from the local rock dump and smack it until you get a vaguely pick-shaped piece?