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    I know its a year old but it the first I've seen it, pretty cool, a glass guitar!


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    Don't drop it!!! :eek::D
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Don't drop it!!! :eek::D
    It would add a new twist on the guitar smashing at the end of a hair bands concert . . . .
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    Very interesting. They said it has a good, unique sound, which was my first thought. Somehow I can't see how it could match the sound quality from an excellent wood guitar. I'm sure it's beautiful to behold. I collect glass, well various crystal vases, animals, etc, and used to belong to the local classical guitar society. I've listened to many a classical guitar concert, played on the acoustical guitars.
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    It really does have a distinct sound, but I would love to hear it in person. I'd like to hear something like Jimi Hendrix' Little Wing played on it. It's probably to pricey for me to add one to my collection...
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