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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by blueruins, Jun 8, 2021.
Your guitar must have very low self confidence if it needs compliments and clothes to go with 'em.
like a regular David DeMers!!!
Don't lump me in with that piece of garbage.
If I did it would be this:
I was just thinking of getting a couple new bowling shirts. They usually go with a Gretsch ... Are they still OK?
If you can’t find a decent mechanics outfit?
I buy clothes for my guitars
in a way that compliments and or contrasts in a positive way.
I stick to belt buckles that are unlikely to scratch (such as a 5.11 Tactical TDU) and then wear a shirt over it anyway. No buckle rash on my watch!
I also prefer straps with no hardware that could scratch. Even better if they look cool ....
You don’t need to be a dedicated follower of fashion to look cool.
T shirt and jeans is the bare minimum and will do quite nicely in most situations.
Nice kKinks reference
No buckle here....
Why not? He’s a treasurer or president of a stage hand union chapter in New Hampshire.
If you know, you KNOW
and YOU sir, KNOW!
That immortal question: Beatles or Stones?
The correct answer is The Kinks!
What’s the chambering in that axe, .30-06?
No clothing to match my guitars. Most of my playing is done at home now, so I wear whatever I want, usually starting with jeans. When I get free time, I pick up a guitar without worrying about what I'm wearing. If I do get a chance to play out, it's at church, and as the pastor, what I wear depends in what service I'm playing. I sure don't worry about matching the guitar. For me, it's more about matching the guitar to what song I'll be playing.
Formal situation with dark clothes, maybe a white guitar (a blonde Tele can be very formal and classy looking). Other situations where lighter clothes are OK a black guitar (like a black Les Paul Custom) looks great.
But I recently got this and I'm afraid to ask for suggestions
I don’t know do my clothes compliment my guitar?