Guitar Girl Magazine Best Female Guitarists, Girl Guitar Player Magazine & Blog » Ernie Ball Introduces Annie Clark St Vincent Signature Guitars as well as John Petrucci and James Valentine Signature Guitars

Guitar Girl Magazine Best Female Guitarists, Girl Guitar Player Magazine & Blog » Ernie Ball Introduces Annie Clark St Vincent Signature Guitars as well as John Petrucci and James Valentine Signature Guitars

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Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent Signature Guitar

Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent Signature Guitar - Vincent Blue

At the beginning of her fourth album as St. Vincent, Annie Clark is running and sweating and naked and alone. Well, not completely alone. There's a coiled serpent closeby, shaking its tail—hence the running. "Rattlesnake" would be a perfect, panicked creation myth—a shock of metaphor and imagination—except for the fact that the song is based on utter reality.

At the beginning of her fourth album as St. Vincent, Annie Clark is running and sweating and naked and alone. Well, not completely alone. There's a coiled serpent closeby, shaking its tail—hence the running. "Rattlesnake" would be a perfect, panicked creation myth—a shock of metaphor and imagination—except for the fact that the song is based on utter reality.

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