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Started by Greg Nelson. Last reply by Luis Motta da Silva May 13.
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Started by Luis Motta da Silva. Last reply by Luis Motta da Silva May 5.
You (and Lily) surely deserve it!
My latest build, The "Lily" guitar named for my granddaughter will be in Premier Guitar Magazine this month (Feb. issue)! Check it out...here is a screen shot from the digital on-line version of what will appear in the print version!
I use an iMAC with Logic Pro 9 to do all my recording and it is the core of my home studio. This guitar was a promo made for Apple. Not sure who made it but it is pretty cool.
Edward - I like the Apple guitar! . . . as I sit here pounding on my iMac keyboard (also an Airport Extreme router, a few iPhones, iPods, and an iPad in the house. Can't help myself, I bought my first Mac in 1986). What is extra nice is that it is an Apple that will never need a software upgrade.
Was it made from a kit or an existing guitar with the hole modified, or built from scratch? Whoever made it, I say it's a job well done!
Ah, LSH = Large Sound Hole...I get it now! Cool!
I certainly wouldn't want the apple guitar either, but it is cool!
How about a Harley-Davidson sound hole? You know, with the shield design they stole... uh... used from the railroad tracks behind the shed where they first made them? I bet that would sell. I can see orange and black rings around it. Maybe even an inlay in the headstock.
I'm another "old guy" who was wondering what LSH meant. I do my share of texting with work but didn't know that one. I looked it up on InternetSlang and came up with "laughing so hard". Now I see it really means "large sound hole" LOL
I love Apple products....but I'm not sure I'd want to play a guitar like that. However, I would LOVE to build one for some Apple big wig ;-)
It does look like nice work (technically) but I cannot think of any corporate entity that I like enough to do something like that. BTW, I am a capitalist.
Well, my friends,
I DO like Apple computers, and I DO like steel-string guitars, but, to be honest, to associate both things doesn't seem a happy solution... unless you are invited to play at Apple headquarters. Anyway, the luthier who made that guitar did a clean, nice job, thanks Ed for posting
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