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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 2:13 am   Post subject: Accidents with instruments Reply with quote


A few weeks ago I was playing guitar and I had decided to take a major break after about 2 hours of practicing. unfortunately while i was i was removing the strap from my shoulder I had lifted the guitar too high and WHACK the head stock hit the fan while it was spinning at full. Truth be told I had a small heart attack but was relieved that the guitar suffered no damage to the wood or the machine heads, in fact i searched the entire neck and fret board and there wasn't a single crack or scratch nor were there any damaged strings. I also played it on the amp and the input was fine and so was the sound, I guess you could say i was luckier than others in some cases (I read stories about head stocks and necks being snapped in two!). I am extra careful with my guitar now days and i always turn off my fan when i play (i have aircon so its all good). Coincidentally I did the exact same with my bass guitar (by accident of course) and all it had was a small dent and no damage.
Just recently I by accident (again?!) knocked over my effects pedal and all it suffered were minor scratches (and i tested everything out and it is all fine! Thank you BOSS) Now days I have a constant paranoia of breaking something so I'm extra careful. Grin

Does anyone else have a story about their accidents with their instruments?
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