Peavey has this ad
American Musical catalog that is hilarious. It's for their PXD
Series of guitars; the ones that are black and grey (or silver; i can't
tell). There is a black-haired girl dressed in black leather (of
course) squatting with one of the guitars between her legs. She is
actually identified as Mistress Juliya.
How could i not Google
She has a MySpace page and her friends top the 176,000 mark. I
have to assume that her job is requesting/accepting MySpace friend
invitations, but i'll check YouTube anyway...
Ok well it appears that Mistress Juliya isn't necessarily a musician
but more likely a host of some metal show(s). The "horns up" thing
comes up here and there. Seems like she might be a younger, more
metal version of Elvira or something.
The names of those Peavey guitars are pretty funny too:
* Twenty-Three III
* Void III
* Tragic III
* Tomb III
Why do they all end in "III"?? I don't know, but i love it.
Somehow though (my age?) it's hard for me to picture kids at the Guitar
Center saying "whoa dude, check out that Tomb over there".
The copy doesn't disappoint:
"PXD Series guitars from Peavey are bred for extreme shredding and
razor-sharp riffage... Shrouded in a matte black finish and entombed by
Coffin Cases, these sinister speed demons..."
I have a brother who frequently engages in razor-sharp riffage; i
wonder if he knows about these guitars? lol