Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Send this to your choir director


I couldn't help myself. I can just see someone wearing this to a rehearsal and some hippie having a stroke over it. Now that Christmas is done, I have time to work on some more t-shirt designs.

9 comments:

Mark said...

I understand where you are coming from with regards to over the top guitar music but, making blanket statements goes a bit too far.

Here is one of many examples:
http://www.airmaria.com/?p=578

I was also witness to see a husband and wife (Husband Guitar - Wife vocals) doing a rather moving Ave' Maria.

BTW, the picture you have is of a Bass since it only have four tuning nuts. Yes I know it's a bass guitar but I'd add the extra two (or three for a 7 string) nuts to cement your point of electric guitars.

Take care

Paul Nichols said...

Okay, okay! But you get the point. The only thing I know about guitars is "the louder, the better" (but not in a Church!).

Colleen Hammond said...

I think you'll appreciate this article by Michael Knox Beran, who wrote about Pope Benedict's call for a greater “continuity with tradition” in the music of the Church.

Here's a quote from his article:

"When the electric guitar sounds during the Sacrifice of the Mass, the cherubim weep."

:-)

Angela M. said...

Can you make a logo with a drum kit behind the red slash?!

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Electric Guitars, Drums, all need to be banned. (In otherwors Lifeteen's got to go)

Anonymous said...

ma quanto ne vorrete sapere voialtri? e te sei il peggio! non riempirti la testa di cose che non capisci...
Italians pray Him better.

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Anonymous said...

that's a bass, not a guitar

go devils!

Paul Nichols said...

Details, details...

Devils? No, it's GO Capitals!