https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/factsheets/Pages/naegleria-fowleri.aspxNaegleria fowleri fact sheet
Naegleria is an amoeba commonly found in warm freshwater and soil. Only one type (Naegleria fowleri) infects humans. Infections are very rare but are often fatal. Infection may occur when contaminated water goes up into the nose. Naegleria cannot survive in water that is clean, cool and adequately chlorinated......
So maybe that makes sense!What are the symptoms of Naegleria fowleri infection?
Naegleria fowleri causes the disease primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), a brain infection that leads to the destruction of brain tissue. Doctors may also call it amoebic meningitis. In its early stages, symptoms of PAM may be similar to symptoms of bacterial meningitis.
Initial symptoms of PAM start about 5 days (range 1 to 9 days) after infection. The initial symptoms may include headache, fever, nausea, or vomiting. Later symptoms can include stiff neck, confusion, lack of attention to people and surroundings, loss of balance, seizures, and hallucinations. After the start of symptoms, the disease progresses rapidly and usually causes death within about 5 days.
Saying things like this is really worthy of ridicule, it has reached that point. A guitar is just a plank of wood with some magnetic pickups attached to it, the difference between a Schecer, BC Rich, Gibson, Fender, Ibanez, PRS bla bla bla is extremely minor in the grand scheme of things. Let's set aside that Jems and RG's have been and continue to be immensely popular and forefront in hard rock and metal, across multiple generations, that's actually irrelevant here.
you're joking, right??? An RG has been considered a metal guitar for several decades. Straight from Ibanez's site:maybe our definition of metal is different
I'm not talking about "bad horsie" metal
OK I'm done with this.Why do most metal guitar players use ESP, Dean, Jackson, usually a one piece guitar with active pickups. Would have Dimebag Darrell sounded as metal on a Jem? Probably not.
The guy was a big fan of Steve Vai actually, he mentioned Vai style in some of his interviews, yet he never played an RG.
Would Metallic and Megadeth sound as metal on Ibanez RGs? Why do they play ESP and Deans with active pickups?
These bands aren't considered very heavy in the metal world either.
Most metal bands out there are playing on either, ESP, Dean, Jackson, most of them one piece and active PUPs. Obviously, this combination delivers a heavier tone, otherwise, why are all these bands using them?
I never said that Jems and RGs can't do metal, but if I already have this style of guitar, I'd rather have something that is different. I was never a fan of strats and gibsons. Wouldn't mind having one if given for free, but I wouldn't pay for one.
I just want something different from Vai's guitars. I like the Solar guitars.
They give you a lot of stuff for $999. Stainless steel frets, titanium truss rod, roasted maple, Evertune bridge and they look more aggressive than a Jem.
To me, a jem and its RGs children are too pretty looking, they just don't have that metal look to them. Look at the PIA
Can you imagine a metal band playing with a PIA on stage. It's also about the looks I guess. The ESP and Deans have those metal shapes and look to them, maybe that's why so many metal artists prefer them.