Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Hamburg-HongKong-Miami: at work!
Vaijem, I see what you mean and saw it from the beginning. But I don't agree with you criticising someone for sharing what he enjoys. And how can you think he is serious? Is Ibanez a religion?
I don't know how any of you do it, but when I turn someone onto something that means a lot to me, that is a small affirmation; it's a purely human thing. You can compare it with playing somebody one of your songs, then he says he likes it and wants to hear more. It's a purely human thing to share the things that bring you joy with others and see them rejoice over it too. Other than just confirming your choice, it's nice to share something that makes people happy. Everybody needs some sort of affirmation anyhow, and the only way to live healthily without any is to escape into your own head and find it there via drugs or alcohol. (insert sarcasm emoticon here!)
What should Fender do in their Frontline magazine, show people who DON'T play Fender? This is an Ibanez tribute forum, Dylan is in the right place to tell us about how friends of his also discovered the benefits we pay tribute to here.