by Juan Barbosa.
I used to think of guitars like a poet thinks of his pen. It didn’t matter to me if it was fancy or crude, ugly or beautiful. It did its job expressing what was in me at the time and that was all that mattered to me. A guitar was simply a tool for artistic expression. Didn’t matter if it was a Gibson, Fender or any other brand. I had played all those “legendary” guitars and really didn’t notice a huge difference from my cheap mexican made stratocaster.
“Enter Westedge Guitars. A new era of my life.”
People say this line all the time when endorsing equipment. It’s such a lame cliche but I’m going to say it anyway. The first Westedge guitar completely changed the way I play. You can pass it off as a cheap endorsement ploy but it’s true. I don’t expect anyone to take my word for it. The only way you can know is to play one yourself. The time, skill and passion that goes into each Westedge guitar is unsurpassed and the quality and sound are unmatchable. For example: I just bought a Gibson Les Paul Standard as my 2nd guitar (my #1 is a Westedge Mondo Jr) and I CANNOT WAIT to replace it with another Westedge! The LP just doesn’t compare Nothing does.
In closing, I can only say that every guitarist should experience one of these instruments. It’s like driving a hand built German race car after owning a factory made ford focus. It’s really that different. I have been spoiled by Westedge and now I can never go back. I don’t play “guitars” anymore…. I play Westedge. Get one and find out why!