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RE: play my guitar?
Whew, I fell lucky to have never been asked that. I
did, however, get rid of my Mackie powered PA speakers
because every person I knew who DJ'ed would inevitably
ask to barrow them for a show. I was lending them out
more than I was using them myself.
The worst I get is, "HEY! You're missing part of your
guitar!" (I play a Steinberber)
I swear, that one never gets old.
--- murkie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> one of the worst things about playing Stick in a
> band that still does bars
> is invariably after every single gig i have at least
> one inebriated audience
> member ask me these 2 questions (slurring):
> 1. hey do you know who Tony Levin is?
> 2. hey dude, can I try that thing?
> my guitarist is really adept at distracting said
> patron until i can get it
> into the case and on it's way out the door.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: daniel stevenson
> Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2006 7:28 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: play my guitar?
> can i play one on your guitar?depending on the size
> of the tip i see tossed
> in the case is one factor.do i smell alchohol?are
> you a hot chic?(let me
> show you how to swing a golf club)ive let a few
> folks take a spin while i
> controll the loops for tips of 10 bucks and up and
> they have to tip before
> asking(unspoken bond.grass gas or ass...isnt that
> the old saying?ive seen
> some amazing players and probably sold a lot of
> dl4's and rc 20xl's that my
> usual recomendation for folks wanting to get started
> looping.ive had no
> security problems(knock on wood)i guess it helps to
> be scary.
> lol anyone from this list can "play my guitar"
> im off to the woods,
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