Big thanks for the advice!
Hehe I have tryed to tell my wife this for a long time now
I agree with the article: No, one guitar is not enough.
Which my wife is finally understanding -- after 40 years of marriage
I have a shirt that says "how many guitars does a guitar player need?......just one more"
If I could suggest as well, if you plan to drop tune, especially going down to C, then don't do it on one set of strings. Go up on the string weight. I usually consider 1 step up for each step down. The best way to do that is to have a second axe. I would suggest it isn't about getting more than one guitar for the utility but don't limit your options when it comes to playing.
Very true. I'm seriously considering the Ltd EC-407 as to compliment my ESP Horizon 7
Very true! I always tell myself I don't need another guitar! But damn it's like an addiction! I just love it to much to stop getting them! \m/
Yes I agree 1 guitar isn't enough. I got 6 basses and planning on getting 2 more.
Way too many and yet never enough!
i think its best to have 24 guitars and practice each one at least an hour a day
So at 4 hours I'm doing pretty good then?
never enough but enough to make never "happen" long live the makers
One guitar is never enough. Another day may bring another mood and for each mood there might be a different guitar =)
One is not enough, as said below, different guitars, different vibes!!!!
There will be never enough guitars!!!!!
Turnings and vibe sum it up. I have 7 guitars for different tunings or uses. Many have humbuckers, one has mini humbuckers, one has single coils, one acoustic, one 7 string. P90's coming. Can never have to many!
This is what you show to loved ones who dont understand the need for more than one guitar! THANK YOU!!!!
"Since nearly all of us at ESP are musicians, we know what it feels like to get inspired by picking up a diferent instrument now and then. Sometimes when you're stuck in a creative rut, turning to the same chord types and scales over and over again, the fastest way to break out into a new playing mode is to pick up a new guitar. Sometimes, the act of trying a different guitar or bass will literally lead you into writing a new song, based on the inspiration of the different feel of the neck, the weight of the body, the tone of the pickups, and more" <-------- YES!