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Love guitars but do much more to say about amps.
Yep, and I've always been a one guitar guy, not really interested in others. But amps I can look at and talk about all day long (even though all I use is Marshall, pretty much... ).For me, once I find a guitar and establish a bond with it, it's a keeper, and I'm done looking for that style of guitar.
Amps, on the other hand, are so different, and can tickle my happy ear bone in so many different ways that I want to try em all and find out what makes me the most giddy.
Haha, funny you say that. My 4 year old is left handed and is just starting to get into guitar. My wife was complaining that both the guitars I've bought for him are righties. I told her that if he can learn to play rightie he will make his guitar life a lot easier.... because there aren't "right handed" and "left handed" amps! It's so painful to look at the cool righty guitars and know that there isn't a left model or that I'm going to pay 50% more for it than Joe Plummer. So, with amps, I'm on a level playing field. That, and they make things much louder!
Well... there were these Sho-Bud Dual Channel a.k.a. "Christmas Tree" amps, which were made in two versions, for both right -and left-handed persons.... because there aren't "right handed" and "left handed" amps!