Lets all drool over your stuff :)

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BY kdawg2a
#794393
willow13 wrote:This is easily the best blur guitar I have ever seen ... if I had the $$ I would buy it in a second

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I reckon the Graham Coxon signature tele would be the best Blur guitar. I couldn't really imagine him playing a blue super strat like in your picture.
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BY willow13
#794395
kdawg2a wrote:
willow13 wrote:This is easily the best blur guitar I have ever seen ... if I had the $$ I would buy it in a second

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I reckon the Graham Coxon signature tele would be the best Blur guitar. I couldn't really imagine him playing a blue super strat like in your picture.


:rofl: fixed now
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BY Slowy
#794398
KNNZ wrote:is that a guitar? ^
the neck looks rather short...

Very large body.
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BY willow13
#794399
Slowy wrote:
KNNZ wrote:is that a guitar? ^
the neck looks rather short...

Very large body.


big boned?
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BY Bg
#794401
willow13 wrote:
Slowy wrote:
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not sure why they would put all those frets on there..zero upper access to them


I was thinking something similar about violins, watching auckland philharmonia on Friday night. But the violinists didn't seem to struggle.
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BY Slowy
#794403
Bg wrote:
willow13 wrote:
Slowy wrote:
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not sure why they would put all those frets on there..zero upper access to them


I was thinking something similar about violins, watching auckland philharmonia on Friday night. But the violinists didn't seem to struggle.

Yeah, had a cheeky thought to Willow's comment, "No access problem if you can actually play". :rofl: Have seen a visiting English Folkie playing entire instrumental tunes above the 12th fret on an ancient Martin 000-28.
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BY Bg
#794405
Slowy wrote:
Bg wrote:
willow13 wrote:
not sure why they would put all those frets on there..zero upper access to them


I was thinking something similar about violins, watching auckland philharmonia on Friday night. But the violinists didn't seem to struggle.

Yeah, had a cheeky thought to Willow's comment, "No access problem if you can actually play". :rofl: Have seen a visiting English Folkie playing entire instrumental tunes above the 12th fret on an ancient Martin 000-28.


I mean no frets, obviously, but with half of the fretboard after the neck joint....

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BY willow13
#794410
Bg wrote:I was thinking something similar about violins, watching auckland philharmonia on Friday night. But the violinists didn't seem to struggle.


kind of helps having it up by your chin there though, you can support the violin under your chin so that frees up the thumb some what (I play a little violin..very badly). Would you like to see guitarists having it the high?
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BY Bg
#794411
willow13 wrote:
Bg wrote:I was thinking something similar about violins, watching auckland philharmonia on Friday night. But the violinists didn't seem to struggle.


kind of helps having it up by your chin there though, you can support the violin under your chin so that frees up the thumb some what (I play a little violin..very badly). Would you like to see guitarists having it the high?


jazz guitarists ;)
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BY willow13
#794416
Bg wrote:]

jazz guitarists ;)


and a lot of guys on here judging by the gearfest photos :rofl:
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