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flattop Ever wish your guitar was more girly? (70* d) RE: Ever wish your guitar was more girly? 15 Oct 01


Again we have a slur of the "girl guitars" because they are made by Samick when most guitars and amps sold are made by Samick. Why aren't the boys criticized for buying Samick? Why can't we accept girls playing electric guitars?

One of the major musical instrument retailers in the U.S. advertised Samick amps on their web site by saying that most of the other amps they sell are Samick with OEM stickers on them. I can't find that site right now but I found this.

FOR MUSICIANS.

Examples would be Fender's alternate badging of their guitars as being "Squier", "Fender", or "Yorkville/Traynor", and the world's largest guitar maker Samick badging their guitars as for "Epiphone/Gibson", "Washburn", "Hammer", "Slammer", "Kima", "Danelectro", "Archer", "Ibanez", "Rogue", "Hohner", "Slammer", "Memphis", "Montana", "Grand", "Dean", "Johnson", "Hondo", "Cruise", "Kramer", "Karera", "Sterling", "Lyon", "Mitchell", "Music Drive", "Santa Rosa", "Jay Turser", "DeArmond", "Abilene", "Shredder", "Sigma", "Sebring", "Eagle", "Rokker", "Joshua", and dozens of other marketed brands. ...

Two examples would be Fender's alternate badging of the same amps as "Squier", "Fender", or "Yorkville/Traynor", and Korg/Marshall's alternate badging of the same amps as "Marshall" or "Park." The world's largest instrument maker Samick badges their amps for OEM brands such as "Epiphone/Gibson", "Washburn", "Hammer", "Cort", "Kima", "Dinosaur", "Kustom", "Ric", "Danelectro/Honeytone", "Archer", "Ibanez", "Gretsch Rogue", "Hohner", "Yorkville", "Beckener", "Electra", "Brownsville", "Gorilla", "Ibanez", "Dean", "Hiwatt", "Dean Markley", "Johnson", "Pyramid", "Performance Plus", "Abilene", "Prime", and dozens of other marketed brands.


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