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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Nov 7, 2015.
I relate to this message so hard, I was gonna shred ted greene on one (still hope to?)
Pretty much the only tele I'd ever want
the tam 10 felt like an rg8 with a pickguard. The quality, fit and finish were very lacking for the price. 1074 would get you a much better quality used 2228 and still have enough left over to cover the cost of throwing new pickups in it. I played one and literally LOLed when i looked at the price.
Holy shit what a thread, remember when they said there would be basses made as well...
Good times... good times...
I'm thankfull that this isn't closed and we can enjoy these little stories with a morning coffee when somebody posts some news sometimes.
Good times, indeed
Yes and no, in my experience. Obviously you'll get better fretwork on a Prestige but to say it feels like an RG8 isn't very accurate, IMO. My 852 plays better than my TAM10 but the TAM10 blows it away sound wise. I agree that the price point was way too high for a new one though.
This thread is like a movie series that that won'r stop. 10 bucks says this becomes a documentry on netflix
Wouldn't that be great? A production about the lack of production of a guitar series.
... which then itself is delayed / cancelled for a variety of questionable but unspecified reasons.
I'd like to see it done with the Dark Crystal puppets.
Omg it would be so cool
Fixed that for ya
It's because it would be directed by Terry Gilliam.
Could Morgan Freeman narrate it?
I was thinking Alejandro Jodorowsky. “Jodorowsky’s Guitar” : it was supposed to be epic, but never saw the light of day.
I vote Team America puppets.
Maybe there IS no actual guitar. The entire thing is made up and THIS is the art that Tosin is working on. It's like the luthierie and internet equivalent of Cage's 4'33".
It turns out this whole thing has been a Nathan For You prank, like the Dumb Starbucks and Donald Trump's presidential campaign.