. . . but he sounds a little pretentious.
He's not as pretentious as me. I have a guitar that is made out of wood from the heart of one of those giant walking trees from Lord of the Rings. The nut and saddle are made from the solidified lava from a Mars volcano, and it is strung with hair from the tail of a unicorn.
When you play it, it sounds like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing Handel's Hallelujah Chorus (and that's when it's out of tune).
It's a pretty good guitar.
I'm reporting your comment for being too funny!
Reminds me, I'm forced to sell a very special guitar . . .
For Sale: vintage 3/4 sized 2003 Fischer-Price, Sing-n-Strum. The back and sides are old growth Taiwanese Polypropylene, and the top is virgin Polycarbonate (DDF+), extruded by hand in Moline, Illinois. The neck is wood-grained Polyvinyl Chloride and features an image of My Little Pony hand-painted by my little brother in purple Glitter Glue. The tuning machines are entirely decorative and the knobs are real butter beans from last Thanksgiving. The pegs are genuine faux ivory and the strings were recoverd from a screen door my dad found at the dump. The clarity, note definition, projection, and headroom on this guitar is astonishing. If your farts don't smell, call now for a price quote. Serious inquiries only!