While My Guitar Gently Weeps...

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  1. David A

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    I took these last night while preparing for a physics test...go figure. Anyway, please comment and tell me what should/could have been done...I'd greatly appreciate some feed back. This was an extremely low light setting...so I was forced to resort to stacking pillows 2 and 3 high... :)

    (BTW- Yes, it's only a Squier...I am an acoustic guy. Also, I changed the keys to be positioned for the photography...it's usually tuned. :mrgreen: )

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    Thanks for looking. :)
     
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    Nice Strat. Well composed guitar shots. The tone looks... 70ish. Cool!
     
  3. David A

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    Haha, that's a bit ironic, being that I was born in the late 80's. :lol:
     
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    how bizzare is the fact that thats the song i was listening to when i saw this thread.... hmm
     
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    I was listening to it while I was posting...crazy. :)
     
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    Nice shots...maybe try to crop out left half of #4, leaving the posts. Just a thought.

    Yes, it's only a Squire, but those cheap-o guitars are sometimes the most interesting to play. I have a $75 beater acoustic that is surprisingly good -- sometimes better than my much more expensive guitars!

    Anyway, I'm sure you learned some physics while stacking all those pillows, right? :)
     
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    First, I really like some of those. Just crop out the pillows a bit more though.

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    And in 20 years or so that cheap-o will be worth a lot! My hubby has an old Sears special electric and uncle gave to him. We took it into a guitar shop looking for a replacement knob (still have the original - but it was that old rubber/plastic stuff and had yellowed with time). The instructor saw it on the counter - started to pick it up reverently and then turned around and asked across the room "whose guitar is this?" We didn't want to sell it so we never got to a price haggle but that guy just kept staring at the guitar. Nostalgia is worth a lot to some folks.
     
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    I know what you mean...I was thinking about taking them out. On some, though, I think the contrasting lines really bring more out of the picture...
     
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    nice! i like #3 the best.
     

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