What Is The #1 TGP Fake Badge Of Courage?

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stevieboy

Clouds yell at me
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I dunno.

I'm not afraid to say this--

I don't care for high gain, it's not a matter of "need." Sounds good on you though.
I use average sized strings. I guess I'm average.
.010s not .08s--average!
I play big necks because they're the most comfortable for me. Seeking the most comfortable is rarely looked at as a sign of courage!
 

Flyin' Brian

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I normally play with very little gain - because that's the sound I like
I use the strings that work best for me and the situation - 9s, 10s, 11s, 12s
Don't use 8s, don't care for them
I like a neck that's at least .86 or so at the 1st fret - because that's what feels good

On TGP it's much more courageous to say that you played Mustang Sally last week, you never owned a Les Paul or you occasionally have gigs where you use a music stand.
 

rangerkarlos

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I normally play with very little gain - because that's the sound I like
I use the strings that work best for me and the situation - 9s, 10s, 11s, 12s
Don't use 8s, don't care for them
I like a neck that's at least .86 or so at the 1st fret - because that's what feels good

On TGP it's much more courageous to say that you played Mustang Sally last week, you never owned a Les Paul or you occasionally have gigs where you use a music stand.

I've never owned a LP.

Will play MS upon request.

Need a stand for St. Patrick's day.


Lawdy
 

Jahn

Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver
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Music stands are for WUSSIES





I use my lap as I play cross legged on my sofa.
 

Dave2512

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I am so far out of the what is the optimum way of thinking approach to gear I have no idea what those choices mean to people. I don't even know what strings are on my Strat.
 




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