True, but I still laughed.on his worst day....he would still make $100000000000
and kick our asses!!!
It'll be interesting to see if those hold their value. Do those come with some sort of certificate of authentication?Look on ebay he's been selling his guitars that he was using in december 2007! $6000 each
I think he'd be better off with ESP personally. I don't recall him ever marketing guitars with them.EVH has all new gear that was shown at the Fender booth. The wolfgang guitar was in the showcase that Eddie had autographed and a sign stating coming in 2008. It looks just like the Peavey guitar. I will pass on that. I will stick with my custom shop strats.
Plus Eddie now has cables, picks, guitar straps etc. He has gone all out to make the almighty dollar. I wonder how long he will stay with Fender. How many more companies can he work with?
I still think the guy can rock. Michael Anthony was at the Ampeg booth and boy is he a little guy and he looked so old. I haven't a clue who most of the rockers at Namm were, because they are so old now and the magazines always put in photo's that have been retouched. A lot of hair dye was being used on these rockers, the ones that still have hair that it is.
They could give them away with Volkswagons.He should go with First Act. He was upset that Ernie Ball wasn't mass marketing enough, they certainly would churn out the numbers.
First Act is getting worse?Plus they'd on par with the quality of DLR on his best day.
Fading? Was he talking about the finish on the quilt top?Peavey should sue...
Didn't he leave EBMM because the quality of the quilts was so poor and they were fading quickly?