- Feb 25, 2011
We have separate finances so that's below the threshold where it's her business. But... did you really open a new store credit card for this? That'll hit your credit report and FICO score...
I've had that card. Musician's Friend store credit is awesome- you get 8% back + 48 months interest free over $1000. I'll get like $100+ of store credit by using the card to pay for it.We have separate finances so that's below the threshold where it's her business. But... did you really open a new store credit card for this? That'll hit your credit report and FICO score...
I read your response and got sad, then I read the last line...I don't understand the question.
You want to buy an electric guitar.
Don't even go the "investment" route. Women are often smarter than we give them credit for.
Tell her the truth about how you feel.
I've failed in my post to appreciate that this is only a humor thread and not in the L&R section ...
If I buy his $100K black Strat, this will look like peanutshttps://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/david-gilmour-guitar-auction-785547
Looks like David Gilmour is selling a bunch of his as well including his Black Strat
LOL i wish!Grand pianos are great because you can learn to play "As Time Goes By", and by default a sultry woman in a long slinky dress has to come lay on top of it and sing.
You are 100% correct:LOL i wish!
it's always been about the guitar for women around my age. the only ones who have ever even been interested in piano playing are all 20+ years older than me.
i've actually thought of picking up the guitar for that very reason, haha. there's apparently nothing quite as impressive as an "anyway, here's wonderwall".
but it hurts my fingers too much.
goddamn it...I was the asshole that learned bass....but anyway, I had kind mastered the Sax for my age at that time, anyway, so that was golden. ....you're really not going to out-compete a master woodwind player when it comes to pleasing the women, let me tell you. There are some necessary skills that just plainly overlapYou are 100% correct:
If you keep at the guitar, the pain goes away in about 3 weeks when you build up callouses.