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Never too late for PRIZES

So, a weekend off and a head cold delayed our caption contest winers, but as I say , better late than never.   So here we go with honorable mentions: We start with John C.  because I love Mason Williams music: When I tune it just right, I can play “Classical Gas” in its entirety with just one slow strum. Then we had Ben, who went artistic And let's not forget, on acoustic, M.C. Escher. Scott's might actually  be true, who knows? Rick Nielsen, your new guitar is finished and waiting for you. Jan went right to the heart of the matter: Tired of hearing how John could play anything, they built something to shut him up. Paul is just a little creepy ( but funny) 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. Our first runner-up is Ami: the only guitar that one-armed 'righty' brown couldn't play. And this week's winner of all these fabulous prizes is! WILL      The developers at Guitar Hero needed to revamp the guitar for the upcoming Guitar Hero: Van Halen release. Thanks everyone for your captions and your patience.

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