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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by vilk, Aug 7, 2015.
When they say to put a gate first but you misunderstand
Here's an old 60's Soviet guitar called the Tonika. It sure is a black beauty.
Russia sure has a fair share of super ugly guitars.
I think that is the one that was posted a bit earlier in this thread and almost started a fight with an SSO member. Serious, shit almost went down. That guitar rubs some the wrong way.
I see it now...it's the bass version of the U.S.S.R. geetar.
BTW...what do you call a Russian napkin?
A: A Soviet.
I think the guy was refering to how the shape of the body looks like a clenched fist with thumb protruding slightly and then the neck looks like a huge middle finger.
Shrink the body size down to something manageable and get rid of the extra frets after the 24th and I'd 100% buy one.
Well since there is no neck humbuckers, why not use the space for more frets? That is my logic.
Rosal76 posted this in another thread, apparently it is called the Jenna Jameson signature King V from Jackson. Now, I consider myself knowledgeable on the metal scene but I have never heard any of her music. Anyone know which band she plays in or if she is a solo artist? She has her tongue out, does she hit the strings with it like Jimmy Hendrix did?
She's more of a flautist.
I heard she plays a mean meat whistle.
she's a pretty prolific solo artist, but she frequently collaborated with others. I'm a big fan of her early work and when she collaborated with tera patrick.
yeah, the skin flute.
She's the pride of milwaukee
Mean Mr. Meat Whistle is one of her songs too.
wtf is that?... nazi symbols...?
^ I think it's an ESP Lynch sig of some sort?
Imperial 1940's Japan not controvertial enough, eh?