Name your guitar

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by brisngr, Jul 3, 2010.

  1. brisngr

    brisngr New Member

    The guitar becomes a special part of a guitartist , and as we have name it deserves one too.when i hold my black coloured hobmer guitar , i feel like holding a black star in my hand therefore i give my guitar "black star" as its name.post the picture of yourself with it, if you feel like.thanx for reading.
     
  2. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    I was pondering over this a little since yesterday. A friend of mine named his new bass 'Mjollnir', and I was surprised I didn't think of it first.

    Since I'm still working on a paint job for my guitar (Photoshop stage as of now) among other things, the name will have to fit the design I decide for it.
     
  3. guitardoctor

    guitardoctor Will Rx for food

    Mjollnir... That's such an awesome name...
     
  4. flood

    flood New Member

    never named a guitar till now. i think i haven't found a guitar that i developed an extraordinary attachment to.

    i tentatively named my fretless strat project "mirage fretless" but canned that when i realized that the epoxy fingerboard would not reach that mirror-finish level i wanted.
     
  5. distorted

    distorted satan

    My guitar is the ''bhukha bhediya''
    :D
     
  6. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    i never named my guitar.. nor do i plan to..
     
  7. gpt

    gpt New Member

    named my old acoustic , the mighty one, coz its one bigass guitar. not named my electric yet
     
  8. metalmonke

    metalmonke New Member

    name it...give him milk...make him sleep comfortably..talk to him when he's sad..play with him...wtf!

    girls can name it..
     
  9. gpt

    gpt New Member

    you do all that shit i guess.....regular people just stick with giving a name
     
  10. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

  11. metalmonke

    metalmonke New Member

    sorry guys..!
     
  12. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

  13. bcrich

    bcrich New Member

    i've named my ibanez, "Wodan".
     
  14. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    ^AHA. GOOD IDEA.

    I'll call my 7 string 'Shodan'. (as in Heian Shodan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shodan)
    It's my first step into electric guitar. And it's black, like the shodan belt :D
     
  15. bcrich

    bcrich New Member

    hmm. i get it. interesting!
     
  16. flood

    flood New Member

    i named my guitars "guitar" except for my bass, which i named "bass".

    my names pwn all your names put together. nonnie nonnie nyah nyah
     
  17. RV-05

    RV-05 New Member

    i juss call it " My Guitar ".. no names for dear ones!!!!!
     
  18. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    LOL! Insane!

    Off topic (this is a bull thread either way). Say I'm playing an arpeggio with one hand, one one or two strings (touchstyle; you need to conserve horizontal space, so vertical playing is more or less a necessity to utilize the instrument better; think of it like this, the more you want to exploit polyphony on a guitar, the better vertical movement and shifting skills you need to have), if I strategically use a delay pedal, can it be so that after I play a note and play another on the same string, the first note still sounds instead of getting muted - or rather, blocked - by the new note? Like a piano note - you hit a key, it keeps sounding till it's own envelope ends regardless of what other keys you hit in the meantime.
     

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