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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by Gasee, Aug 5, 2021.
I am just glad she didn't pickup his Gretsch!
He'll be here all week folks!
Try the veal.
Remember to tip your waitress.
Ha! Good one. Thanks for posting.
What does a "Flying V" mean in this context?
A head and headstock repair needed?
Now that’s too funny!
"But the Gretsch is too pretty
and I'll want it in the divorce."
Don't want to know about an "Explorer."
She obviously used a beater guitar. (rimshot please). Strange way to relic a guitar.
My wife would never do this. When she looks at my guitars all she sees is dollar signs. Same thing with my record collection. And my tube stereo gear. I know its all gonna be sold immediately after my death.
That one would hurt. I had one- it's a pretty solid chunk.
If she'd used a Tele first, the deed would have been done.
Not if you sell them 1st or will them to someone.
Especially if it anything like my one Tele. Lead weight would be lighter.
My wife once smashed a glass-table with my Strat...
well that's not good....
I had a roommate that smashed my glass table by sitting on it while holding my Strat lol.
At least you could count this as an accident...
I am guessing this was not a planned magic type show where the magic guitar and magic table come back together. It does sound like a scene out of a soap opera. I would ask for details but I’m guessing it was not a pretty place to be at the time.