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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by sergiodeblanc, Sep 19, 2021.
And rightly so!
Looks like a large organ!
That explains it, Rub!
or That’s what she said
Well @aphantomvaper gave me a hard time for a more subtle reply!
I’m hoping he means Reub! (My name is Reuben)
Kind of reminds me of a section of Todd Snider's "The Ballad Of The Kingsmen", where he talks a bit about Marilyn Manson:
"So, he formed a band, man.
And now he gets a lot of chicks.
They're weird chicks, but they're chicks."
I pronounced it “moooooog” just to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.
Pretty much the same here.
Fixed it to be more age-appropriate for Mr. Eleven and myself.
I say you're right. If he wanted people to call him 'Mohge', he ought to have spelled it that way.
Pronounced it “Rubben”. I’m the colloquial translator of this thread, apparently. Indiana isn’t known for its preservation of native pronunciations, as evidenced by the towns of Lafayette, Versailles, Brazil (ok, maybe that one is close), Vincennes, and anything else furrin.
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Good to be reminded that Epic can be used to describe good things in life these days.
"Accident? Daggum varmint did it on purpose!"
It seems that I am not member of the Westie club.
What is the scale length on those....24.5" scale length with 24 frets?
Is that one of your "natures trash" pieces? That is PHENOMENAL! I saw one just recently very similar to this, and it was gone in flash!! Thanks for sharing!!!