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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by Ken Rose, Sep 17, 2020.
Am I late to the party? Did y’all know?
That's one way to copy an icon without getting sued, lol
I had no idea.
Only one way to find out!
You've got WAY too much time on your hands, Ken.
I never knew, that s crazy. So when they cut the heads at Gibson they got a Schecter employee grabbing the leftover pieces? Or are Gibson employees grabbing the leftover pieces from Schecter?
Did you take these pictures yourself @Ken Rose, or did you grab them online?
consensus is, that this is a Photoshop job, they are similar, but not puzzle pieces.
Or is it called Plate Tectonics now? They keep changing things ...
No, not my guitars. Snaps from a video on instagram. You know, with erosion over time, the shorelines don't match, but the evidence of plate tectonics is there! The video has moved beyond my timeline but I don't think it was photoshopped? Not sure.
I just noticed how the tuners look identical, with the D-shaped knobs.
I wonder if my mustache looks the same upside down? Might have to ask the wife.
Schecter Corsair Custom has that "Inverted" negative G****n headstock. Who woulda thunk.
I think "continental drift" is just the observation that the continents look like they were once connected and then came apart, without any explanation of how it happened. It was first mentioned in 1596.
"Plate tectonics" describes the mechanisms of convection currents deep in the mantle, subduction zones, seafloor spreading ridges, etc. It was developed in the late 1950s.
With any luck, maybe I'll eventually end up with some hot springs in my back yard. That would be nice.
Chillaxing with mah frenz.