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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by drawshot, Feb 17, 2017.
The question had to be asked.
You can't dust for pee.
Dude.. serious score. Yeah note to self haha, that never works
That's one of the finest 22s Ive seen seriously man...
Your alien abductor called and said "sorry about the pee. Too much Red Bull". She sounded sincere.
Thanks much to all.
Having read a few similar comments...I have a follow-up question for those more educated in such things.
Is the stain color with natural back unusual? I'll admit that I never really gave it any thought, and assumed that was standard.
If it is or isn't out if the norm has no bearing on my personal love for the guitar...and how great it feels and plays...but now I'm looking at it with a new perspective.
It isn't standard, but is far from unusual.
Pretty wood deserves to be shown in all its glory, just before it has its way with you.
I think it's unusual to see Whale Blue with a natural back. It's usually black. The paint shop is full of surprises these days, though. I wish they'd do it this way more often. Such a gorgeous combo.
Congrats! You know what they say about blue guitars...!
My first reply to the OP was going to be...
"Well if that's the result, you should go to the store on payday more often"
After reading the rest, I'll change that to
"Well if that's the result, you should go to the store on payday often... but you probably want to wear a rubber suit.
Great looking guitar!
Enjoy the heck out of it, and try not to get it wet.
My thoughts exactly. I know where there is a white Cu24 that would make a great project!
Be here at 7:30.....
Very cool guitar, you should stream a vid of it!
That is a Stellar CU22 !!!!!
Congrats on a great score !!!
I really don't want to see that video.
I'm thinking a TRICKLE of single notes over SATURATED chord progressions would FLOW quite well.
I could DOUSE the audience with a RIVER of sonic awesomeness, leaving them to drown in a PUDDLE of musical bliss, just DRIPPING with clarity.