WTF???

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by KennyM, Oct 20, 2019.

  1. KennyM

    KennyM Supporting Member

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    A friend sent me a pic of this wondering what it is? I’ve never seen one in my 50+ years of playing and owning guitars. Anybody?

     
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    Could it be an import from Eastern Europe?
     
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  4. PixMix

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    A garage project. Luckily it doesn't plug straight into the wall outlet.
     
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    High school woodshop?
     
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    Sweetfinger Silver Supporting Member

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    That is a crude approximation of the designer's vision.
     
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    or not:crazy
     
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  10. DrumBob

    DrumBob Gold Supporting Member

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    It looks homemade, a shop project...or, as mentioned, something from Eastern Europe.
     
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    Send pics to Jack White immediately. Bet he'll scoop it right up!
     
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    Nothing to see here.
     
  13. fescue

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    High school shop project circa 1963. Junior didn’t get an A in class for that one....
     
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    When Gary Coleman played with the Ventures, that was his guitar.
     
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  15. mcp

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    a knockoff PRS, the POS.
     
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  17. KennyM

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    It was worth asking for the comments lol. :)
     
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  18. Mark Ray

    Mark Ray The RockTrain Gold Supporting Member

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    Uhhhhhhhh………..boat paddle?
     
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    Could be a 'djent' speciality with one string at the bottom.
    Minimalism at work.

    And the cable is trying to strangle the guitar, haha.
     
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    1) This is what happens when you pop acid before starting a project.
    2) He wanted a guitar where both ends could work as a boat paddle.
    3) Someone said, "I dare you to [...]" and this is what resulted.
    4) Leave the guy alone, he was really proud of this when he showed it to his psychiatrist. The guy who thinks he's Abraham Lincoln over in the corner still plays it during pudding time.
    5) It's his homage to Salvador Dali. (extra points to everyone who gets this joke without having to look up Salvador Dali).
     

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