So my 3 yr old Daughter customized my '66 Mustang...whaddya think??

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  1. capnjim

    capnjim Senior Member

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    I think she did a great job. I love the little duckies. I think it has increased the value of the guitar quite a bit. She glued every one on herself and she was very proud.
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  2. cardinal

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    That rocks, dude.
     
  3. vbf

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    BEST EVER!!!!! I let my daughter do that when she was young and still remembers it to this day!!! You rock, dude!!!! Great father/daughter stuff right here, men!
     
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    OK, I admit: When I saw the title of this thread, I thought about making a joke about corporal punishment, but your daughter is just too damn cute!

    Keep that guitar. Hopefully she'll want to play it in a couple of years!
     
  5. AaeCee

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    Awesome. Ask her what she would charge to do mine!
     
  6. bagpipe

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    She looks delighted with it. That's all that really counts.
     
  7. omfg51

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    One word.... awesome....
     
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    Sweet, that's great!!!!!

    Glenn |B)
     
  10. EL 34 X2

    EL 34 X2 Silver Supporting Member

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    That's very sweet. You'll both remember doing this for a long time to come. She'll remember you trusted her to modify one of your most prized possessions; something no money could buy. She looks very pleased. Great photo.
     
  11. crgtr

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    Awesome! Love it. You have a beautiful little girl. I let our newly adopted girl, Kate, have her way with mine too! I finally just gave her my old Sammy guitar!
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  12. CyberFerret

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    Pure coolness! Increased the value of that guitar immeasurably... :aok
     
  13. cowboytim

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    Totally priceless!!! You'all are truly Blessed!!!
     
  14. blownirocz

    blownirocz Suppoutin' Memba Since Dem Oud Dayz...

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    unfunnyclown Member

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    are those ducky stickers true bypass?
     
  16. Pete Faragher

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  17. capnjim

    capnjim Senior Member

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    the guitar actually sounds way better and the tremolo doesn't go out of tune anymore.
     
  18. L_Totti

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    Awesome! I admit i was kinda expecting the worst when I saw the title.
     
  19. EADGBE

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    Pretty cool! I played a vintage Mustang once and it was one of he best sounding guitars I've ever played. Does yours sound great too?
     
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    Ha ha ha - fantastic!
     

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