[Ask a Girl] do musicians turn ya on?

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  1. 12barblues

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    just wondering...does a guy with an accoustic guitar, singing songs for ya, turn you on? or is that too "soft" for you?
     
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    Definitely a yes. Nothing sexier than a man strumming his instrument... :rofl
    (sorry, couldn't resist) Seriously, I do think a guy singing a song to you is very much of a turn-on. Many years ago I had a boyfriend who used to play his guitar and sing to me. He also wrote some songs. I loved it when he sang to me and I thought it was very romantic as well as a turn on. I think I still have the original song lyrics packed away somewhere.
     
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    Yes, I love musicians and men that have talent. Being serenaded, hell yes, since that hardly ever happens in this day of age (or maybe I am so out of the loop with romance) it would be so orgasmic.

    This one time I sang a guy an old love song from The Platters, and he was more turned on then ever!
     
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    The old serenading thing never fails. I love a guy that can play a guitar - dont think a clarinet would have the same effect tho!! (no offence to clarinet players:uhh:)
     
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    i had to ask...because it seems like it did "work" for my generation. But the younger ones? , it seems like thats not "tough"enough , or "badboy" enough... what brought this question to mind was a cd that i burned for my gf, right when we first met, we had just met a few weeks earlier, and she was going out of town on vacation. i had recorded myself just singing and playing my accoustic. 2 songs I wrote, and the rest covers like wish you were here, and wild horses...stuff like that. well...she was listening to it when i walked in the other day..,and i said" oh no not that" , i hate my voice...and she said...(and this blew me away) "if it wasnt for this c.d. i dont know that i would have fallen for you like i did"...so i guess it worked for me..lol..and its a good thing because its now several years later and she is absolutely the woman of my dreams...:rockon :lol
     
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    I play guitar..................:)

    (I'll just leave that hanging there in the hope that it brings some kudos and female attention.)

    I can also provide an address to which you can send articles of clothing - used or otherwise :D

    (BTW.........I'm actually sitting with a 59 Les Paul on my lap. Somehow, I think 12bar may get into that one more tho' :eek)
     
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    Excellent choice!! :)
     
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    my ex was a bass guitarist....when he played for me personaly i didn't really like it so much, but thats probably because he was just mucking around on it in front of me ignoring me for like an hour...haha.
    But yeah, talented musicians are hawt.

    Current bf made a little riff for me without words which sounds very pretty and i like it, but he is a softy so i don't feel any more grossed out by it than normal???? I worded that wrong but i think u get it. My ex wasn't mushy so if he had been i'm sure i wouldn't have liked it, haha.

    Also, nothing worse than someone you just started seeing that ur not so sure of writting u poetry or a song. Then THAT is too soft and just gives you the irks if you get what i mean?
     
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    My wife could care less about being sung too. She finds a guy that can keep up with her on a 50 mile bike ride or hike the side of a mountain a turn on...and I can and do so we're good.
     
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    I'm only a couple if years behind you, but we never did that. I played bass and drums when our drummer passed out in a punk band back in 1980. It was the hard edge that got us women. We were on the leading edge of punk and thrash...which progressed to alternative and speed metal.
     
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    niiice...only electric i ever owned was a epiphone casino...couldnt afford anything more..would have loved a gibson ES-335....always liked the sound of those hollow-bodies...btw, glad to be in the company of another blues fan...
     
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    I can play the triangle, but not too sure that will get the women going.
     
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    it might..the foo fighters have a bad ass triangle pleyer....
     
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    I was only kidding about the 59 Les Paul (sad to say). Did have a Custom Class 5 but now exchanged for a PRS Custom 24.

    Got an Epi Casino, Eric Johnson Strat and a couple of acoustics tho'.

    Beginning to sound like a guitar site now................... :eek

    BTW..........Casino is a great guitar.
     
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    sadly its gone now....maybe a strat next...i have the smallest hands on the planet...and the neck on the strat seems to fit a little better than my casino..or maybe i should just stick to playin' harp...i got an old silvertone amp. harp sounds sooo cool thru a green bullet...and the silvertone...
     
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    Sure, you may feel better with the strat or tele's narrow radius. Most are 9" but you can get some 7.25" radius necks. Compared to the broad flat meck of the Gibsons and Epis at 12", it may feel more comfortable. I actually went for the Eric Johnson Strat because it has a flatter 12" neck which is unusual on a Strat. But it is my favourite guitar.

    Told you this was turning into a music forum...............
     
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    I'll bring it back on topic then shall I? In short...yes...a man or woman who plays an instrument is mega sexy. Love a guitar or a piano player...something about the digital dexterity needed to play them well translates into the bedroom rather well... ;)
     
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    Seriously? Is it a Standard, Deluxe, or Custom? Sunbust with a nice curl in the Maple? '59 Les Pauls ae worth a fortune!
     
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    yeah, he later said he was kidding......i thought my epi casino cost a fortune...lol...
     
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    Yep, I'm now going to try to avoid the Scottish humour. Doesn't go across well on boards.

    I was also kidding about the naked pics and underwear. However, should anyone really...............(oh stop that!)

    I did have a Custom Shop Class 5 but wasn't mad on it. And although moderately expensive, it wasn't in the 59 Les Paul range. [where's the embarrassed emoticon when you need it.....?)

    And you are right, ST. It is amazing what I can do with my hands :eek