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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by rbdeli, Aug 13, 2009.
Bitter sweet day for guitar players - they've lost a legend
May Les Paul rest in peace.
Too bad his last experience at the race in Nashville was to witness that stupid idiot, Kyle Busch attempt to smash his trophy custom Les Paul hand painted by a traditional local artist.
I only hope he'd rather remember the respect some other drivers expressed when they won this special unique trophy in Nashville, such as a real man like Carl Edwards.
Yes, I hate Kyle Busch very much.
He is a baby
The only thing he is good at is driving and winning races, but most fans hate to see him win. Most would rather see him crash and burn.
I haven't watched a race yet this season..... too darn busy living myself, to watch somebody else live.
YouTube - Kyle Busch smashing the Gibson!
I believe David Monette may be the Les Paul equivalent
maybe Klye is a fender man
After that event there sure is one
Less Paul guitar
I don't know the story behind that guitar...but that's part of the reason I think NASCAR is moronic. Ever heard Jeff Dunham's take on it? "They're makin' a left turn...they're makin' another left turn..." "It's a sport that's easy to follow when you're hammered."
I have to ask...why? What was the point of smashing that guitar? Idiot. I hope he's haunted by that video.
It was hard to get any air through the prototype "solid tube" Les Paul trumpet.
NASCAR had its roots in the moonshine runners in Appalachia and their modified cars. NASCAR is like adding a disco beat to Beethoven’s Fifth; a noble monument to mankind cheapened.