Cool video, good to see the young one getting into a great lifelong hobby. As I said, I was never in it, but I could always tell the School of Rock program was an incredible program that gives aspiring musicians excellent opportunity to learn a craft and most importantly learn to play with other people! I feel like most people who take guitar lessons let playing music eventually fall by the wayside. But in SoR you get to experience the thrill of playing music with others, being surrounded by great people, and getting onstage. If you can find ways to volunteer at the end of it all, good for you man.
I definitely recommend picking up a Strat. It's not going to be your favorite guitar if metal and shredding is your thing, but there's nothing quite like the single coils of a Strat. And through that Marshall stack? It'll sound awesome. Like I said, I recently outfitted my Strat with three new DiMarzio's that I'm really happy with, but stock pickups are perfectly suitable. No guitar has as wide a range of tones as a Strat!
Godwin's Law states that the longer an internet discussion continues, the probability of someone mentioning Hitler gets closer to 1. Except on HF.com, where it's the probability of a Habs-Bruins flame war.
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