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America Loves the Villain!!!!
From Jesse James, Bonnie and Clyde to John Dillinger...people just love the Bad
guy! Yeah he was hell bent for glory, action oriented, and the money controlled
everything. That was their way, but contrary to poplar belief, it's not because of the
excitement of their hair raising tales that people loved them so much. The real truth
and reason is; is that most of the so called "bad guys" showed and
OVERWELEMING respect for the common man. When these villainous
personalities encountered the ordinary guy in the street, regardless if he was
uneducated or even considered an irritating fool by the "clicks" of society and their
"forums" the Desperado always gave the hard working man much more respect
than the Rich ever did....From the beginning of time, no one could resist the
comradery and honor of the Robin Hood of there era.
As for me, I don’t even ride into town unless it’s to rob banks, spend my loot in the
whore houses or shoot up the saloon if they run out of my favorite whisky before I
say I'm done. I'm a bad guy and proud of it. So now that you know who I am and
what I'm capable of at a moments notice, you'll know the guitars I build are as lethal
as the finest side arms with more power than any Colt or Remington...I built this
guitar for only one type of person , and that is the Outlaw.... This guitar is the
Hellcaster! The one who will use this rides at night and preys on the elite. Not even
Pinkerton and his posse can do a damn thing about it!
O.K. this is getting fun...this is just another one of my artwork guitars. It actually
started with just a few gold knobs. Well, a few weeks ago, like most legendary
guitar slingers with a bounty on their head, I got myself in a rowdy online duel with
an upstart word rustler who's known in these here parts as “K”...when this ornery
fellow rode up with the alias “Turk” on his saddle bag, I knew this was one rodeo he
was not gonna forget. We had such a disagreement that there was only one
solution to our coversation!...It was a Duel!!!
I tried to make it as quick and painless for my rival as I possibly could. Well, it was
a little after high noon, he was late of corse, probably trying to work up enough
nerve to face me, ..that's understandable as I've had to send many a men into
permanet repose, and he knew it......As I walked to the middle of the street, I saw
my opponents fear and even as he tried to hide it, he still for some reason signaled
the need to go forward with the bloodshed. As my hand slowly graced the tip of my
holster, I suddenly jerked my shoulder forward to make him uneasy. I effortlessly
played my rival. He misread my intentions just like a puppet.... Flinching is
something I frequently do in all my duels as an instigation and prompt. It worked.....
My enemy drew in haste!
Actually, we did both drew roughly at the same time, but I was just a little more
experienced in the ways of an outlaw and just down right faster at the whip a the
cannon and tagged one off at hip level. Sure enough he was hit! But as a true "Ace
of the Saddle" it’s all about the follow through...so I pegged 3 more in his gut hole
just to make sure. After that, he knew I was in complete control. As my victim lie in
the middle of the street gasping for air, I tilted the brim of my hat down and casually
walked over with my barrel still smokin'.....and As cocky as I could be, I slowly
walked up to him, put my foot on his chest, cocked back the hammer and slowly
inched my finger to the trigger and at that moment the idea of the "Hellcaster" guitar
Hey, fun stories aside, I guess you could say what came first...the ol' knobs and the
chicken???...or the guitar and the egg???? I just enjoy doing these gold themed
guitars, sure hope I didn't go over board with it. As you know, visually when it
comes to gold there’s a fine line between tacky and tasteful......I hope I landed right
on the border.
Enjoy these photos!