Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

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Amazing how quickly we can accomplish miracles, Enthusiasts, if you define “miracle” as “recognizing a mass-produced object.” The guitar Bobby was playing in the last post was indeed an Ibanez, but not his custom Cowboy Fancy: it was was the MC400NT (NT meant  natural, as opposed to the DS’s dark stain), and if you want a 40-year-old, overly-complicated, ridiculously-heavy axe, you can pick one up for $1,300.

Thanks go to Valued Commentator Cube, who pointed us in the right direction but inadvertently brought up another question. Cube claims that Bobby played the MC400 only once, at 1978’s premier Red Rocks shows, but further snooping reveals that the guitar was also used on June 6th in Oregon.

Look:

Did you look? I’ll just assume you looked. I’m not gonna hector you about it. If you didn’t look, well: fuck you. Why are you even here if you’re not gonna look at what I tell you to look at? Sure, sometimes I tell you to look at turtle penis, but usually not. Even the most cursory glance at the above photo would have revealed that it isn’t turtle penis, so why not look?

Y’know what? Now you can look at turtle penis.

Why do you make me do that shit? You know I love you. You know I don’t want to hurt you. But you push the goddamned issue, don’t you? And now you’re looking at turtle penis. You deserved it, too.

Anyway, Bobby’s guitar or something.

2 Comments

  1. Tor Haxson

    Even the turtle is looking at his penis,

    He is giving it the side-eye,

    Like “Hey, Hi there my penis”

  2. lofr

    Jerry and Bob played matching MC500’s on 1978-06-25
    https://archive.org/details/gd78-06-25.sbd.cotsman.7048.sbefail.shnf
    https://i.imgur.com/qK4Yp13.jpg

    There’s another pic apparently from one of the 1979 Reconstruction shows at the Keystone
    http://dozin.com/jers/guitar/history.htm

    I have one. The heft is absurd.

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