sometimes used in art (like picasso paintings) guitars have influenced music since the western world. closely related to a predecessor, the lute, guitars consist of 6,7,or 12 strings (i once saw a 42 string guitar..it was nuts) as far as acoustic guitars go, the best acoustic money can buy is either a C.F. Martin, or a Takamine. As far as electrics go: Fender, Gibson, or Paul Reed Smith (PRS) the strings are strummed or plucked either with the bare fingers or a plectrum (pick) to create a pleasing array of tonal masterpieces.
Phil: "I'm playing guitar so i can get laid w00t!"
David: "think with your mind instead of your dick. you'll go far."
Phil: *spontaneously combusts*
sometimes used in art (like picasso paintings) guitars have influenced music since the beginning of the western world. closely related to a predecessor, the lute, guitars consist of 6,7,or 12 strings (i once saw a 42 string guitar..it was nuts) as far as acoustic guitars go, the best acoustic money can buy is either a C.F. Martin, or a Takamine. As far as electrics go: Fender, Gibson, or Paul Reed Smith (PRS) the strings are strummed or plucked either with the bare fingers or a plectrum (pick) to create a pleasing array of tonal masterpieces.
For a really cool painting, check out Picasso's "Le Vieux Guitariste" ("The Old Guitarist"). It's from his blue period.
A.K.A. "Ler" was the guitarist for the prog/metal/expermamental rock band Primus during the late 80's and early to late 90's. Helped found the first known "Death Metal" band, Possesed. After he left Possesed he joined up with Bassist/Singer Les claypool to complete the line up replacing previous guitarist Todd Huth. With his un-matchable skill putting extremly hard and unussual guitar riffs to Claypool's inhuman bass playing, Ler has become one of the most influencal guitarist of the 90's. Larry's set up includes: Marshall JCM 800, Paul Reed Smith, Fender Stratocaster, and a Gibson Les Paul. Ler's sound developed from many different places. Some of his influences include: Frank Zappa, Rush, Yes, and Metallica
Check out some of the tabs to: Jerry was a Racecar Driver, My Name is Mud, and Tommy the Cat.
All guitar work performed by Larry Lalonde
|4.||St. Mary's College of Maryland|
the best school ever. you can smoke weed all day and write papers trashing capitalism all night. st. mary's is where you go to study the rest of fuckhead population USA. kids there don't give a shit what they're going to do after college, they'll be a teacher or something. this school makes you a better human being. also the professors are awesome.
"so what's your essay on?"
"i'm turning my paper for 'sexuality in modernism' into a paper about communism."
"oh yeah, i forgot you go to St. Mary's College of Maryland"
"where are you?"
"i'm at St. Mary's College of Maryland. i'm drinking beer with some people on a beach but all they have is natty bo."
"i'm a student at St. Mary's College of Maryland, and i'm so high i don't even remember what i wrote in this urban dictionary entry"
Lead guitarist for thrash metal band Anthrax from 1983-1995. He left the band in 95 to persue his love for watchmaking and currently owns his own watch company, SpitzWatch. He briefly rejoined Anthrax in 2005 for a reunion tour of the classic Belladonna-era linep but left shortly after. Dan briefly played in Overkill before the days of Anthrax. He currently plays in his band DeuxMonkey. His brother is former Black Sabbath bassist Dave Spitz. Dan is known for being very short (5'1) which earned him the nickname, "Minitower". He played Jackson guitars (the Rhoads model) and had a infamous black model with green pinstriping and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stickers. He currently plays Paul Reed Smith guitars and has a custom made headstock through PRS. He played on Anthrax records Fistful Of Metal, Spreading The Disease, Among The Living, State Of Euphoria, Persistance Of Time, and Sound Of White Noise.
Dan Spitz lead guitar work in Anthrax is unique and he is never given enough credit. Anthrax Scott Ian Overkill Thrash Metal
|6.||Suburban Blues Dad|
The Suburban Blues Dad --Sections 1-3:more...
SECTION 1. Outward Appearance:
Goatee/mustache combo, always trimmed to a neat level. Sometimes balding and still trying to rock the long hair.
Over 50, but can be as young as 35.
Summer: "cargo shorts," "mandals", wearing a polo shirt with an embroidered company logo on it. Seldom tattooed.
Winter: Spotless Wilson's leather, recent tour t-shirt from Rush, Jethro Tull, and jeans are relaxed-fit and pre-faded. Also seen with "dockers" trousers.
Seen in Brewpubs with cougar wives the only ones dancing.
Guitars: Fender "strat" or "tele"--spotless '57 reissue
Any Paul Reed Smith guitar
Bass: Any Bass with over 4 strings, period.
Chapman Stick (anyone who plays this should be shot anyway)
Amplification: Trace Eliot, Roland Jazz Chorus, and/or Hartke equipment.
Other Amps: All reissues.
Drums--Too many and too expensive for ability level. If he sings "harmonies...
The best guitar ever. Made in the western shore of Maryland, Paul Reed Smith Guitars has been in the process for 25 years and continue to produce the greatest guitars ever just like the new shred guitar the Teroro
Gibson Guitarist- Dude my guitar needs tunned hold on
PRS Guitarist_- haha my guitar dont know how to go out of tune, PRS Guitars, they are the best
Gibson-0 Can i try the guitar
Gibson- SICK DUDE< give me my Gibson, *SMASH* Piece of junk