Jokes And Gear: The Fun Musician’s Life
Before we start with the fun, some serous stuff first.
Music Industry Scam Education
It’s not exactly what I would call a “fun read’, but an interesting, informative article that helps musicians better understand the traps that they need to look out for.
A Country Master Class
One day… one day I AM going to find the time to learn what Jerry is doing in this video.
Man these country pickers are really amazing. I never get enough of this.
Here’s Jerry Donahue
Super Silly Guitar and Musician Memes
Dave Mustaine View of the Audience
I wonder what Slash sees.
German Word play
To Stay With The Theme…
Gear Head Humor
My Favorite Metal Guitar
That’s EXACTLY What it Sounds Like
The Way of Chuck
Not A Joke
There’s no business like show business.
Someone Didn’t Think This Through
More Line6 Jokes
Cool, Interesting or Gorgeous Guitars
ALL Glass Strat
Never seen a see-through guitar where the neck is also transparent.
It probably would have looked nicer with a better background than cardboard lol. 🙂
Ash Grey Knaggs Guitar
I had never heard of these guys before. The builder’s name is Joe Knaggs. The company is located in Maryland
7-String with Aurora Borealis Finish
Beautiful Blue Neck Finish
Black and Blue Guitar
Another Black and Blue Guitar
Nice Blue Brown Color Combination Guitar
Blue Swirls Strat
Gorgeous Blue Yellow Green Burst Guitar
Interesting: Ramen Noodles Guitar
This should have been my go to guitar during my college years at Berklee College. God knows how very often I ate this as a student.
It’s the whole reason I already paid off my student loans. 🙂
Fun Idea: Guitars Made from Skateboards
One of The Weirdest Strat Designs
Looks like Salvador Dali might have had a hand in this.
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