Monday, January 23, 2006

Enough with the cuteness, witness the newest weapon in Matt Kalb's arsenal:

"20th Anniversary Dragon 2005 Double Neck Collector's GuitarEvery great violin ever made has been documented in the Hill Catalog. So the likelihood of finding a Stradivarius in the attic isn't going to happen. In future generations, the rare family heirloom that will appreciate in value to mythic proportions will be the PRS 20th Anniversary Dragon 2005. (Ever seen a double neck violin? We think not.) But like any great instrument destined to become an obsession for collectors, they are meant to be played. In fact, rare violins lose their value when they sit in vaults. The instrument must be played to keep the wood vibrating properly. So before you hide your Dragon 2005 in a closet as an investment, or an heirloom to pass on to your children, remember that this guitar was made to be played. "

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