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Why Can't We Stop Staring At This Guitar?

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While we were sifting through all the fine pictures that were taken Sunday at Buzzfest, Rocks Off found this one of Seether frontman Shaun Morgan. Look at the intensity in his eyes as he probably plays their cover of Wham!'s "Careless Whisper" or something. The chipped black nail polish totally sets it off. Kinda wonder if his nail polish is chipped from playing the guitar so aggressively, ya know? They should make a really strong rocker-dude nail polish so you can shred and still look cool and will totally keep you from going blind. Like, say, when you play a solo a little further up on that fretboard.

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