Oh my god, for a second there I thought you were going to do the LAMEST thing and swing your guitar around your body and then continue you playing it, but YOU FOOLED ME! I’ll never doubt you or your horrible band again. Put your guitars in the air! 2012! (Thanks for the tip, Megan!)

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  1. Ok, now convince the rest of your band to do that in unison, and then walk off the stage. Go apply for jobs in the respective fields where you’re all most qualified. That’s so hardcore.

  2. Man, that guy knows how to quit a band.

  3. What kind of a guitar was it? A caster.

  4. This guy’s “still waiting” for his guitar to land. (Get it? Cause that’s the name of the band? Do you get it? Yeah, you get it.)

  5. “Dude, you always gotta make sure one hand is on the cord when you do that. Also, try a couple leg kicks next time.”

    -Bob Pollard

  6. That’s pretty metal. #newyearsresolutionstillfits

  7. it must’ve been tied on through a slipknot.

  8. I wonder if insurance covers that?

  9. “If I was on that stage with my kids, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of music in that first-class venue and then me saying, ‘OK, we’re going to place this guitar somewhere safely, don’t worry.’”

  10. You can still hear the sustain, the Les Paul is legendary for it’s sustain. Just play, mwrowwwwwwwwwww throw it in a field and go’out’n h’ave a bite and you can still hear that one.

  11. Poor kid. He probably practiced that for weeks. And the girl he liked was probably one of the five people watching.

  12. The thing I love most about this is the fact that you can hear the impact through his amp.

    • And as the guitar’s descending he stands and watches it with all the consternation of a man who’s run for a stationary bus, only for it to drive off just as he reaches it.

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