-How's it going?
-I was coming down the streettoday with my girlfriend, here.
This guy shouts out, hey, man,your girlfriend's a peach.
And, I thought,well, that's nice.
And then it turns out she hasa really fuzzy face and a stem.
-So I play in a band.
It's a really undergroundband, super underground,
Like, we- we don'tactually even play.
-Because I'm not a sellout, man.
But I was here.
I just got here.
And I, like, went to aguitar store, check it out.
Because it's totallydifferent here than it
is back in San Francisco.
The people hereare really intense.
Like, these cats are, like,on speed, freaking out, just
trying to sell youanything that they can.
-This guy's, like, you'vegotta buy something, man.
You wanna buy something, like,buy a guitar or something?
You, like, a Marshallstack or something.
You know, you gottabuy something, man.
My wife's having a baby!
-You know, OK, whoa.
You know, right on, dude.
[laughs] Bought some strings.
And- but at home, it'stotally different.
It's, like, this weirdpassive-aggressive,
therapeutic, like, Idon't know what, man.
I got in.
-This guy's, like,welcome, Greg.
Couple things you'regonna see today, Greg.
You're gonna see guitars.
Something you're notgoing to see, salesman.
-I like to considermyself a facilitator, OK.
-But what I need to know morethan if you're- you know,
the guitar is rightfor you, I need
to know if theguitar is OK for you.
But I need to know more ifyou're OK for the guitar.
-Do you see whatI'm saying, Greg?
We definitely haveto check you out.
Do you see what I'msaying, Greg, because I'm
getting a bad feelingabout your aura.
And, you know what, Iwant you to get out.
-So I bought one.
And it's kind of cool.