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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by vilk, Aug 7, 2015.
@StevenC - "Silly" is this thread's middle name...
As poor Jeff declined, it was Kerry who held up the concerts. He appears to have even been mixed louder. Kerry was a precision machine for fast rhythm playing and had the most brutal, aggressive attack. I give him great credit for that alone, and for having the backbone to keep Slayer strong and insist that Jeff attempt to recover rather than weaken the band on stage. Bringing in Holt was the right decision.
I've always remembered a statement that Jeff made in an old interview about playing loud and with lots of gain, he said yeah, but we also hit the strings hard. Physical ATTACK is an important part of my playing, and also my favorite heavy guitarists. Hit the strings like you hate 'em! At least for crunch rhythm.
That thing looks pretty suss.
Never seen a tuning fork like that before.
I have so many damn questions about this thing.
I feel a weird attraction to this one:
... much like insects must feel towards a bug light.
I can imagine it would be hilariously fragile unless the hole is filled with clear resin or something, or they reinforced the insides (which it doesn't look like they did). But I agree, and I think it's cause it feels natural with the cut out wood knot. That's a shape anyone who's seen bare wood would recognize, but they always get rid of the knot in nearly every guitar. I personally think it's kinda cool when it's incorporated into the design, like the really weird Rick Toone designs.
Kinda liking the idea, execution could maybe be cleaner
If it had been done a little cleaner, maybe filled in with something and refinished properly, then maybe.
Exactly what I was thinking!
Glow in the dark? Absolutely!
Anything done on this guitar? Absolutely not!
More like DE-furbished.
that's for 64th order harmonics.