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So I Was Browsing A Guitar Store...

Posted by Cheshire Cat , May 20 2012 · 170 views

Music Shopping Guitar
...and came across this:

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I don't even...

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Wow. That's all that can be said... Wow. xD
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Instruments such as this paved the way for the Shovelcore genre
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The Dandy Automaton
May 20 2012 01:38 PM
I'm trying hard to comprehend this...But it's not working...

Another question is why is there hay in a guitar store? What kind of store is this?!
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^ Might be for the Farmstock Music Festival. *Flees before people fire at me for the bad joke*

Cholie: Nice. =P
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Cheshire Cat
May 20 2012 01:53 PM
I now wish to buy this and do Shovelcore versions of classic songs.
The only problem is that they don't cover injuries caused by it.
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And the one week guarantee; if you break it in two weeks, it wouldn't be covered. D=

I wonder what happens if you try to mix Shovelcore and Industrial... I think I know of a name for that genre, but it's sound... Anyway, the name would probably be something like 'Shovelware', to showcase a warehouse-like sound, and Shovelcore.

(Yes, I did that. =P)
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Instruments such as this paved the way for the Shovelcore genre


I have spotted your clever ruse
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Nah, man. Norwegian Opera and Shovelcore is the best combination. It's been too long since I last listened to some of the greatest Snowshovel hits.
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Justin Bieber
May 20 2012 04:20 PM
I hope you bought it. This deal is too good to pass up!
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Cheshire Cat
May 20 2012 04:33 PM
Sadly I didn't purchase it. There is no demo video so I don't know how well it performs, and since it's one-of-a-kind there are no user reviews either.
But it truly is a beauty.
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The Dandy Automaton
May 20 2012 04:50 PM
Well, you may as well just buy it anyway. For £499, you know this shovel must be of the highest quality! Just imagine the sounds it could produce.
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Seek and ye shall find they say,

But they don't say what you'll find...


-5 Most Recently Purchased Albums-

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