Gas is gonna get you in the end - just buy it now and save the pain - you can use the Arts Council "Buy it Now Scheme" if you are in the UK - which you are of course unless there is an Argyll somewhere else!
I was wondering WTF I had done on the drive back home but once I started playing with it I forgot all about how much it had cost. It feels soooo good in the hands and the tones from it are really nice. I sat up till all hours the last two nights playing surf guitar riffs and trying to learn 'Apache' as it sounds so right on it.
TBH I could easily have,and should have, bought a Mexican or a Squire as at my standard it wouldn't have made a whole lot of difference but shallow as a puddle on a hot summer day that I am, this guitar really stood out from the rest in appearance. Plus it felt better built as there were no rough feeling around the frets,the finish is really nice- and Guitar Guitar have a great deal on just now...Also I would probably upgrade to something like this in a while anyway so would loose some money on an inferior guitar....
Why justify it? I like it and can (just) afford it.
I'm really glad it's a beautiful day here as otherwise I'd just stay in and play.....got all night for that ;D ;D ;D ;D
Post by 469roadking on Jan 19, 2010 14:50:31 GMT -5
Awesome Wully...Beautiful piece of ash (TO LES AND JACK...I SAID ASH..A-S-H...ASH ;D) I owned one exactly like it for a few months but gave it to my oldest son as a congratulations gift. Its a good thing for him I love him so much cause I miss that guitar badly. Sounds great and plays great. Enjoy brother. Those are the kind of axes you could bond with for a lifetime.