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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Clashcityrocker, Jan 13, 2020.
I want one but don't have one. How about this one in the color White Tiger.
I’d expect to see that in a Poison video. That’s hauntingly cool.
Here's one I picked up a couple weeks ago. Unfortunately I have not been able to see it/play it as yet, as it was delivered to my home in the US and I am still in the UK presently.
That one above is seriously incredible.
Always wanted to play one...
The hole at the top of the back is where a strap pin had been installed, now covered up with some bling:
I neglected to pick one up in Indiana.
It’s not THAT far of a drive......
It is in our current ice conditions.
I’ll probably go in conjunction with the next Chicago gathering.
That sounds like a good answer!
Here's my old JA sitting next to Carlos' #1.
It’s a shame guitars can’t have sex and make babies.
And if someone was filming that process, that would literally be guitar porn.
Dude, how do you think ukuleles are born?
I hope you didn’t make that ding in the wall with Carlos’ guitar.
‘‘tis but a scratch!”
I just saw the master himself (Paul Jackson Jr) playing last weekend locally. He was awesome and was playing (you guessed it) a JA 15! Sorry for the poor picture quality.
Hmm....you might have a point there
His playing is equal parts inspiring and frustrating for me. Dude is a master.
AMEN! He did a lot of octave riffs that maybe I could do at a slower tempo and there were runs that he did that I know I cannot do. Also his comping is "off the charts" good! He can sight read while he does awesome comping as well. We were very fortunate to sit only a few feet way from him and Eric Marienthal, so I could pretty much see everything he was doing. My wife who was with me told me to "get back in the shed"
Yeah! It’s his rhythm work, comping, and chord fragments that get to me. Dude can take the most boring chord progression and weave it into the most interesting part!