An affordable yet powerful muscle car produced by Plymouth from 1968 through 1974. Engine options included the 383 Mag, Six-Pack, and Hemi 426, while tranyy options included the 727 3spd auto and 4spd Hurst manual. One of the fastest muscle cars.
Jim's '69 Roadrunner 440 can easily outrun any ricer. Oh look, there he just won a race against a twin-turbo Honda.
The world's frist electric bass guitar. Manufactured by Fender, starting in 1951 (not '58, as the previous definition said). Often imitated by cheap Asian brands that wouldn't know a thing about making a guitar. Slang term is P-Bass. Has a brother, the Jazz Bass, introduced in 1962(?)
Dee Dee Ramone often played a white early '60s model Fender P-Bass.
A brand of guitars back in the '50s and '60s. Currently, reproductions are made by Fillmore-Mosrite of Japan. Could be considered the Rolls-Royce of guitars. Played by the Ventures (early '60s surf-rock), Jimi Hendrix, The Ramones, and also by Fred "Sonic" Smith and Kurt Cobian occasionally.
When I was 20 I went to a Ramones concert in Hollywood. Johnny's Mosrite is the rockingest guitar I've ever heard!
Gibson's main guitar model. Designed in 1952. Most people think they sound great, however, in truth they have a muddy sound, weigh alot, and most have uncomfortably thick necks. All all fairly overpriced. Still a great guitar, though probably not as good as a Mark II Deluxe Mosrite.
Mick Mars of Motley Crue stopped playing Les Pauls becuase they are heavy and hurt his back.