Electric Guitars Rock…Literally

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The more I play music, the more passionate I become about music. It’s one of the few things that crosses cultural barriers, inspires hope, can physically impact your emotions, and in some cases even change the way you think.

I’ve been playing acoustic for about 6 years now and am finally ready to take the plunge into the world of electric. My mom always told me, “learn to play acoustic first, then you can get an electric guitar.” Well, it’s time.

From my marketing/creative design side, no one does it better than Taylor guitars. They have absolutely nailed the aesthetic side of the art. Their guitars are near flawless and every guitar player will admit that.

From my music/playability side, Taylor has one of the best sounds out there in the acoustic world. Whether their electric guitars are equally adept is still to be determined, but until I hear otherwise, I would be proud to own this amazing piece of machinery. It would be the perfect addition to my Carvin “Black Beauty” C980TMW, although I’m going to have to sweet talk the wife into letting me get another guitar…

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2 thoughts on “Electric Guitars Rock…Literally

  1. You should look into the sound of a Fender American Strat. I love the pop in the guitar, and I wish I still had that along with my Gibson Les Paul

  2. The other guitar I really like is the telecaster. I’m more of a rhythm player which sounds pretty good on the tele I think.

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