Sir SchmoopY said:says the man with the leather guitar strap. :icon_jokercolor:
Sir SchmoopY said:seriously?
nathan a said:Pssst.... dbw... a filter like that would be for vegan necks.
guitlouie said:Oh, boy. I know I have told you this before, man, but I have been a vegetarian for over seventeen years. The most important lesson that I have learned in this time, is that I have made this choice that nobody understands, and very few people respect. In fact, most people are openly hostile to it. BUT it is my choice, and I stand by it nontheless. However, anytime you try to foist this upon anyone else, they will push back. If you don't want abalone, or bone nuts, well, buddy, it is up to you to search it out, just like it is up to you to find a place to eat when you and the fam are out on some interstate and every eatery within miles takes pride in advertising the piles of animal carcasses that you will be devouring should you enter said establishment. It's lonely on this side of the fence, but you better get used to it.
Wana_make_a_guitar said:Well at least theres never going to be any hardcore vegan necks. No inlays from animals or animal products that can cast a shadow.
dbw said:Wana_make_a_guitar said:Well at least theres never going to be any hardcore vegan necks. No inlays from animals or animal products that can cast a shadow.
I assume you're trying to reference The Simpsons here: "I’m a level 5 vegan — I won’t eat anything that casts a shadow." No vegans will use animal products. The guy from the Simpsons must use graphite necks and acrylic bodies :laughing7:
onedrop said:All this can be taken too far, but yeah, abalone inlays serve no purpose. I don't think they even add to the beauty of a guitar, and I can't see them when I'm playing (or maybe I just don't bother looking), so I don't see the point. Mollusks on the other hand, have a vested interest.
Chris of Arabia said: