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779 clicks; posted to Fandom » on 21 May 2022 at 2:25 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-05-21 3:00:22 PM  
 
2022-05-21 4:11:12 PM  
I'm going to guess the headless SG was in his first video
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2022-05-21 4:34:24 PM  
Downtuning is the first failure demonstrated in the video if you ask me.
 
2022-05-21 5:17:27 PM  
Your blog YouTube channel sucks.
 
2022-05-21 6:49:55 PM  
Mods are hit and miss. If you have modded it because it was broken, it's most likely going to be a miss.
 
2022-05-21 9:35:06 PM  
Someone should make a 'smart' guitar. If you play a chord wrong your guitar laughs at you. If you play a bit of Smoke on the Water, the guitar says "Alright, now play this" and it plays some weird experimental jazz using notes that you didn't even know existed. You would know when you've become a good player when your guitar never says much of anything except grumbling "That's was alright I guess" once in a while.
 
2022-05-22 3:39:27 AM  

Birnone: If you play a chord wrong your guitar laughs at you.


Every guitar ever made already does this.

/ And his buddy the toaster...
 
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