:dillon:ACTUALLY. As a luthier, i can attest that the sonic return curve on a Floyd Rose equipped guitar having the ball ends still attached has an inverse effect on the gain structure of most 12AX7 tubes, depending on what music you're playing. Once you actually understand how sound and music really work together as one in true harmony, you'll see that having the ball ends on your strings creates a flux aura around the pickups and transitions inwardly with the magnetic response of the pickups.
Just give in and accept balls as your musical savior.
It's round 1, fuckstick. That means subsequent rounds to determine which is the champion of all atrocities. Like your bitchass Hot Topic patch jacket, which will no doubt appear in a later round.How was "not oiling your fretboard like a disgusting animal" not an option in this poll?
Started by Mr "Guitar Honey's #1 biggest fan" no less.
I agree with the spirit of this post, but I question the equivalence of these two things :lol:Worst musical atrocity and #1 pet peeve, and the only thing I hate more than people who neglect fretboards, is people who play one of your guitars and do a "neck bend" without asking you.
It's a bad enough atrocity if it's their own fucking guitar. Sadly I know a bunch of people who think this is OK. Specifically more "classic rock"/"blues" oriented players.
That's the point where you have to give them the lecture, "How would you feel if, without asking, I just came into your house, grabbed your grandmas urn from the mantle place, spilled the ashes everywhere, and then shit on the floor? Don't ever do that to a guitar of mine again."
You're right. Doing a neck bend is far worse.I agree with the spirit of this post, but I question the equivalence of these two things :lol: