I asked in the jersey thread but only got two responses, one which said "all of them are good" and one "Staal" so I'll ask here, and I want your own opinions, not "all of them are good". I just bought a new authentic and I'm torn between getting Staal, McDonagh and Girardi on it. I would lean towards Girardi, but I've never owned or worn a single digit jersey and I'm not sure how I feel about it. McDonagh is probably my favorite of the bunch (slim, slim margin) but I feel his jersey is rapidly becoming extremely popular. I see a lot less Staal, which is appealing to me, and even less Girardi (I love having a "unique" jersey). Staal has the A which also appeals to me.
My brother is going to grab a McDonagh when 50s become available again on NHL.com, so I'd say you're right there in your assessment that he's becoming more popular; which makes sense.
I know for me (I already own a Stepan heritage) my next jersey when funds are available for that type of commitment will be a home blue Nash. Then, after McIlrath plays his first game as a Ranger, I'm jumping all over that.
Looking at Nash in practice pictures, there's a huge temptation to get Nash, but he's going to be way too popular.
I know, and I too am not a huge fan of the popular jersey choice (hence the Stepan jersey, which I'm sure will grow in popularity) but Nash has always been my favorite player. Every year I had to stop myself from buying a Blue Jackets jersey just to throw Nash on the back and now he's here. So, I can't help myself
I am being facetious, so I really don't care. But Hank could have brought his own guitar. Or at least there's no way there wasn't a Strat or a Les Paul sitting around somewhere. If Fallon offered me that guitar to play, I'd laugh in his face
Originally Posted by Cynical TyranT
for YEARS Metallica's Enter Sandman was the "guitar store" jam. So glad that's passed.
I have an Eric Peterson dean guitar, the guy in Testament. It's so beautiful.
Originally Posted by MPF24
I have a gorgeous Paul Reed Smith. I need to play more. Haven't picked it up for more than 20 minutes at a clip in years. Used to jam with my little bro daily; he's a prodigy on the drums.
CST24? SE Model? What're we talking about here. McCarty? Birds? I love PRS.
I'm a bass player myself. Warwick Corvette 5 is my main one. I also have two of the neck through Schecters that are totally underrated (one of them is Fretless). Got a Jackson Dinky that I swapped Duncans into as an electric and a relatively cheap Yamaha classical.