I do believe the word you're looking for is "incorrigable"... :biggrin:
Man, I really don't think I warrnt such a fine instrument, and I have been trying to steer clear of these things and leave them for the "big boys."
Man, what a crock! You know, that guitar was more likely to end up under some disinterested kid's bed for five years courtesy of his well-healed daddy than in the hands of some "uber-musician". You like it? you make music with it? you can pay for it? it's yours...
I know a guy that owns a USRG 30 right now - and he's owned a number of other very nice guitars in the past - I swear to God he can't play one note! He doesn't know a single chord form, can't fret a string properly to save his life, doesn't even know how to tune the damned thing!! He's never learned to play guitar!!
He just buys 'em and puts 'em up on a stand in his living room where they slowly get coated in nicotine until he decides to dump them for quick cash... He
is a wannabe loser. You are a guitarist. If you're good enough to play something in public with a band, you're "good enough" to own anything Ibanez makes... now a $150,000 D'Angelico maybe belongs in someone else's hands...
Congrats on the new toy
- may you get many years.... um, months... well okay, weeks
of pleasure out of it before it moves on :cheesy: