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This Just Got Added On My Christmas List

Christmas List:



Then I saw this



And I began to hear a voice that sounded like a cross between Old Blue Eyes and Eric Millegan singing....






Love is a many-splendored thing,
It's the April rose that only grows in the early spring,
In the morning mist two lovers kissed and the world stood still,
Then your fingers touched my silent heart and taught it how to sing,
Yes, true love's a many-splendored thing.


QATFYG: Anybody have any other shnazzy guitar pics?

Comments

  1. HAHA!
    I like clear guitars. Have you ever seen a clear guitar. I know it's not anything special, but I like it.

    http://www.stevesmusiccenter.com/DillionDR500CABig.jpg

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  2. NICE, I think I saw Dave Grohl play a clear guitar in a few music vids. But his wasn't as chic as the one in your picture.

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  3. cool guitar. I saw Stephen Colbert with a guitar like that on the Colbert Report.

    http://i.realone.com/assets/rn/img/2/7/7/5/12905772-12905775-large.jpg

    how could you actually play it tho?

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  4. OOO here's another good pic.

    http://mccrappy.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/12neckguitar.jpg

    if only. IF ONLY!!

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  5. Oh and there is always this one...

    http://www.musicgadgets.net/images/guitar17.jpg

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