Well, I am paSTAR. I've had (as in owned) a guitar since Christmas of 2001, but have only played guitar for around since March of 2003, I got some new friends who help me get into it. I am your typical teenager, I like to hang out with friends, play video games, and am part of a band called the Wingmen.
Guitar-wise, I typically only use GP5, because I fell in love with GP4 and the Realistic Sound Engine just sold me. I also have power tabs as a second resort. I can read tabs, just like everyone else, but it's much more useful and faster for me to learn with GP5. I can also read simple music off your regular treble cleff, and by simple I mean nothing harder than
I have a few guitars, but only play one typically, the latest one getting for my 17th birthday. But everyone only plays one guitar, right?
I typically play on my Ibanez S520EX-DK, I got it for my birthday, but I knew I wanted it long before that. I probably won't get a guitar for long while now, due to me not getting bored of my most recent one and money. In the 5 years I've played guitar I have bought 3, one being an acoustic and one that was my $85 Les Paul from an Indian pawn shop. I consider myself amazing at the guitar when in actuality, in comparison, am only good.
I love to play speed metal and video game music. I like video game music because it is catchy, repetitive, and occasionally hard to play; afterall, it was not meant to be played on an instrument. I love to listen to speed metal, alternative/punk/indie rock and also like to watch people play amazing things on the guitar so I can stand in awe.
So if guitarists were some kind of trading card game and I had my own card. The information on it would say:
Right-handed (big surprise)
Ibanez S520EX-DK w/ whammy
Behringer Amp (9.5) (2) (8.5)
Metal / Indie