Finally, I had the chance to pick my baby up at the 12th Fret this past Saturday! Since getting the puppy I have not had any time to myself or my guitar.
The action and intonation is perfect! I don’t get that buzz on the high “E” string around the 11th fret anymore, ya baby! I did play some RUSH like Xanadu and La Villa on it and it was much easier on the fingers to play. As a matter of fact, I have never had the action set at all, bad guitar owner!
I should have plugged it but there is no time! As a matter of fact, I am playing catch with the dog and posting at the same time! It’s kinda fun but annoying when she wants to bit the power cord when I’m not paying attention to her. The worst though is when she has been tearing up her favorite towel and she has this big piece in and trying to eat it! I have to try and pry open the not so powerful jaws but she has very sharp teeth and pull it from her mouth. It’s all slimy and gooey, thank God I’m use to gross stuff in my hands due to my job at work in the hospital.
She was there and out of her cage when I started playing it after picking it up from the 12th Fret. Like anything that you have in your hand in the presence of Midnight, she thinks that it’s food and she was in on the action! She gave my Fender and sniff and a lick and knew that a bit was next in order. Taking her to obedience classes is paying off though and I highly recommend this to anyone with a new puppy. We DO NOT want to be known as THAT puppy’s owners! You all know the ones.
I will wait until much later to bring out my heavy guns and play them in front of her. I am the kind of player who loves “character” makers on an axe but she just might take it too a different level, if you know what I mean?
Sorry for the delays in between posts but this little puppy is quite the energy hog, but she’s worth it!
Keep on Jammin’ (and watch out for puppies crumb surfing on the ground looking for anything to eat, especially you priceless axes!!!!)