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A Musical Caption Contest

And it's that time again. No, not hump day, CAPTION DAY! I'm looking for your best caption to this photo. As always, fabulous prizes await our winner.   Deadline is Friday @ 4 PM. Good luck, be creative, and, as always, play nice.

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01/19/2011 6:40AM
A Musical Caption Contest
Please Enter Your Comments Below
01/19/2011 6:46AM
Scott Baltes
Rick Nielsen, your new guitar is finished and waiting for you.
01/19/2011 7:08AM
Tom M
We just couldn't decide, so we chose this one. - Sybil
01/19/2011 7:10AM
Art Paul Schlosser
Hi, I'm Art Paul Schlosser and Here is the lastest news from State street.Local street musicians are worried about their careers as a street musicians these days because there's a new act on State street that just landed from the planet YZK called The Alien.The Alien is not only very sexy and dresses in outragious outfits but she also has a really cool sounding strange voice.But her greatest ability is she has 8 hands and she plays this new guitar that just came out.
01/19/2011 7:15AM
Elizabeth
What did the guitar maker say after his last order? "Oh my...we are NEVER taking an order from the Octomom again!"
01/19/2011 7:31AM
Linda
Gibson guitars apparently misunderstood the concept of " one man band".
01/19/2011 8:51AM
Grand Macaw
If you master this instrument, grasshopper, you will sound just like LEO KOTTKE!
01/19/2011 8:51AM
Philip Parmley
'Unusual artefact recovered after a party from a flat in Islington, London, England, Earth. Inscribed on the back with the name "Phil", analysis revealed three sets of identical fingerprints and two tongue prints...'
01/19/2011 8:52AM
Tammy
The Mos Eisley Cantina tried a new acoustic act on weekdays hoping is would reduce tension in patrons. Those Laser pistols really take it out of the upholstery.
01/19/2011 8:55AM
Philip Parmley
Strangely enough, this was Hitler's secret Super-Weapon. It is not immediately obvious how it was supposed to overcome the Allied forces, but there it is.
01/19/2011 8:58AM
Philip Parmley
"If you're in the market for a guitar that really wants to kill your mama, then look no further.
01/19/2011 8:58AM
Kraig
This is what Neil Young meant when he stated, "when I get big, I'm gonna get an electric guitar."
01/19/2011 9:05AM
DJ
It is like a harp, only it rocks.
01/19/2011 9:11AM
Alan Beall
One of Sterling Pettigrew's 2,678,947,521,802,145,176,893 proposals for the cover of String Theory for Dummies.
01/19/2011 2:15PM
Will
The developers at Guitar Hero needed to revamp the guitar for the upcoming Guitar Hero: Van Halen release
01/19/2011 3:05PM
Brian P
What Ron Wood sees when he looks for his guitar
01/19/2011 3:10PM
Brian P
That damned Fender went around humping just about everything. And then this happened.
01/20/2011 8:18AM
ami
the only guitar that one-armed 'righty' brown couldn't play.
01/20/2011 9:04AM
Donna
The poster child guitar for the campaign against inbreeding.
01/20/2011 12:42PM
Paul H. Henning
As Otis grew older, he came to the realization that while others considered his 6-armed birth defect a gross deformity. it JUST might have its advantages.
01/20/2011 12:46PM
steve bruns
"Attention all pics...... return to the mother ship immediately, we have been discovered by Estaban and he's going all Flamenco on us"
01/20/2011 12:59PM
Kraig
What do you mean that's what I ordered?!? I asked you to make me a custom six STRING!
01/20/2011 1:00PM
steve bruns
From the Chet Atkins/Ron Poppel design company comes the latest stringed instrument the "Guitukezither" or "GUZ" for short. (warning, play at your own risk)
01/20/2011 1:06PM
steve bruns
After being "hidden" for all these years, the rare photo of Dolly Partons guitar!
01/20/2011 4:12PM
Geno
"My Daddy was a Gibson.My Mamma was a fender.Thats why they call me; Mindbender."
01/20/2011 4:15PM
Jan Summerton
Tired of hearing how John could play anything, they built something to shut him up.
01/20/2011 6:04PM
James Shulkin
A previously unknown sculpture by the cubist painter Georges Braque.
01/20/2011 6:12PM
James Shulkin
The Minneapolis Guitar Quartet thought it would be easier to tour with just one guitar. The critics were not receptive.
01/20/2011 6:39PM
String Fiend
Governor Walker's offer to the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet: "Wisconsin is open for business and we're better than ever. In these tough times we can only pay one of you, but this ought to make up for the inconvenience."
01/21/2011 5:54AM
Todd
I can't think of anything witty...have a great day!!
01/21/2011 7:54AM
Abbe
They call that a psychedelic guitar because its so strung out.
01/21/2011 11:03AM
Ben Anton
And let's not forget, on acoustic, M.C. Escher.
01/21/2011 1:20PM
John C
When I tune it just right, I can play “Classical Gas” in its entirety with just one slow strum.
01/21/2011 1:21PM
John C
Steve Vai must be on MTV Unplugged Classics tonight.
01/21/2011 1:23PM
John C
Jimi Hendrix wanted a little more lumber on his guitar. Those Stats just burn way too fast.
01/24/2011 11:25AM
Joe B
Run... it's a Luteharpsamandotar and it's in search of world dominance!
02/06/2011 10:47PM
Jean Solís
It's just a matter of musical perception.
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