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New Guitar Stand - DEEPLY DISCOUNTED
Alsing has released a new high quality Guitar Stand. Great for acoustic, electric, or bass guitar. Very affordable.
We are in desperate need of REVIEWS on Amazon!
So here is the deail. If you email me at email@example.com, I will send you a promo code that enables you to purchase as many as you want for 60% OFF THE ALREADY DISCOUNTED PRICE. Not Limits!
All we ask in return is that once receiving the stand you enter an honest review on Amazon. Win - Win for both of us!!
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So, let me be completely open with you here. By rights this thread should be removed, but I think it would be far more entertaining to leave it open and see what sort of response it gets from the members.
And to get things rolling... My review.
Hey!! It's a cheap guitar stand. Pretty much like any cheap guitar stand I see in any guitar shop. It does nothing new, it does nothing special, and it's the sort of thing that shops chuck in as a freebie because it's just too cheap to bother about. Of course, I do have some proper guitar stands that I use. Proper guitar stands are important because you trust valuable instruments to them. They do an important job. And that's why I won't be replacing any of my guitar stands with this rubbish.
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Largely, but not entirely, dysfunctional.
You're not looking close enough Andy - how many other guitar stands have, quote: "Non-slip rubble end caps on feet" ?
Perfect for those building-site gigs when the venue's not quite finished yet...
Are these available in the UK?
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My first is a mechanically advance tool that uses the principal laws of physics to aid the guitarist in changing strings. It will enable few limb movements and as such provides amazing health benefits for the end user. I am going to be offering it in a variety of colours, including black, orange and yellow and I believe it will be THE indispensable tool of the future. I will be calling this device the "Tuning Peg Gear Ratio Minimalisation Winder".
My next item is genius. No longer will guitarists HAVE to use fingers to pluck strings, utilising only the wrist and and my device, a perfectly engineered piece of geometrically accurate plastic. This device will catch the string as the wrist moves, creating the necessary vibrations needed to make the guitar come to life. I am going to call this the "PluckStrum".
Final details and patents have not been yet finalised (in truth I am a little nervous in revealing these closely guarded details on a public forum for fear of industrial espionage), but I hope that when I bring these products to market I am received with a little bit more courtesy.
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cheap, nasty, barn door engineering.
I've seen better failed GCSE technology projects!
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