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Other authors have emphasized the dynamic and ever-changing nature of body image and the external changes that can alter perceptions of body image (Hobza et al, 2007; Janelli, 1986; Price, 1990b; Salter, 1997).

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For the devil cannot change the body in such a way that its whole shape and appearance is altered (which is rather to e called a new production than a change) without the help of some a ent, or with the permission of God.

“The Malleus Maleficarum of Heinrich Kramer and James Sprenger” by Montague Summers
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Dover Publications, 2012

‘Changeable Body’, or ‘Transformed Body’)

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There were also other changes made in the body design.

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And doubtless like all of us he found these adjustments hard to manage with a body that was getting fatter and stiffer and more resistant to change.

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This is not surprising because for him restoration of the body is secondary to this task of self-transformation.

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Martin Ginis and colleagues’ review showed that body composition change is inconsistently related to exercise-induced body image change.

“Body Image, Second Edition: A Handbook of Science, Practice, and Prevention” by Thomas F. Cash, Linda Smolak
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If you want to change the body, you use the same.

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He undergoes no changes like the body.

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Another example of body transformation came in the work of the cystic fibrosis-stricken performance artist Bob Flanagan.

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  • Never affected your playing?
    My lifting year destroyed the sensibility of my fingers over the guitar, I’ve become much more tense..

  • hey great videos Dave. Any chance you can provide some insight into relic of a gold anodized scratchplate, such as the one in this video? Thanks so much

  • maaaan, thanks to you i started running 4 years ago, and I train at gym for half year, and all of this thanks by this one video, you are one of greatest guitarists and person ever

  • Actually I don’t like relic work. But I really wanted to watch anyway as I wanted to see the difference vs nitro. I enjoyed it. Very interesting video sir.

    I mean obvs someone going around unsolicited-ly shouting at people”‘THOU SHALL NOT RELIC!!” and pointing a finger, is being a complete smeg head.. but to be fair.. and I think I am being.. people have their opinions.. what I mean is if someone who likes relicing actually asks me my opinion I’m going to give it.. I wouldn’t offer it if I’m not asked.. (the whole ‘if you’ve got nothing nice to say’ thing etc..) but I mean the ‘seeds of doubt’ thing seems a bit strong really.. Perhaps making those who like relicing seem like they on the edge in some way!?

    In other words I’m not going to (and here again only if asked) lie about what I think it looks like. If someone likes it that much then surely their opinion can stand ‘living in the same room’ as other peoples opinions. But to be clear I wouldn’t even think to bring it up unless specifically asked my opinion on reliced guitars in the first place.

    I think the contentiousness surrounding this issue comes from the nature of the problem. The totally opposite, poles apart, nature of the two opinions. But both are ‘normal’ as it were. As in someone who likes reliced guitars think they look great and to them they conjure up images of the vintage guitars wielded by their heroes, and perhaps of a certain attitude towards music/life etc And yet someone who dislikes them usually thinks something like ‘These things are not genuine, it’s a bit naf, and they look a bit daft’.. Both of these opinions need to be able to exist in the same room without someone getting belittled for their choice. Why? Well, because they’re both valid opinions..

    Surely that’s not hard! It shouldn’t be that hard.. because we are, merely and only, talking about (*gasp*) the finish of a sodding guitar(!) It’s not really very important. (*another gasp*). People can hold completely opposite opinions about things that don’t matter without insulting one another. Just don’t mention it unless asked. And if you ask, remember that you did so..

    Anyway sorry, lulz (got carried away).. This vid was very educational. Even for those of use who wouldn’t want to do it themselves! You’re a breath of fresh air sir. I salute you -> o7:)

    Edit: spelling

  • I watched this video 4 years ago when i was trying to get inspired to lose weight… lets just say i think i’ve done well for myself… Thank you for the motivation, i even uploaded my own transformation video. its on my channel or on this link

  • All I have to say this song is perfect for this time in America and guess what Anarchist, ANTIFA, BLM, and Dems we’re not going to take it anymore!!!������

  • I have two guitars, a shiny new looking Poly finish American Special Tele and a closet classic semi-relic’d MIJ Strat. For some reason, I play the Strat more and have a more organic and soulful approach musically. Being inspired visually is one thing, but the feel of a “used” guitar, vintage or relic’d, is special to me. We obviously can’t all afford vintage Strats.

  • Wonder why Rick is not taking care of himself anymore. We want to have Rick Graham videos for many more years. He has to take care of his health again.

  • Now all anybody has to do is say, “Germs!”, and everyone will bend over and beg to take whatever suppository the government tells them to

  • You are a gorgeously handsome bodybuilder, and not just because of your physique and your face but, because of your professional demeanor, your calm and genuine spirit and the honor, integrity and love that I always sense from you and your top tier work. You are an overall gorgeous human being, at a body, soul and spirit level. You are also a great inspiration to me. Thank you for sharing your spirit with the world, Wesley.

  • Don’t know if you still check the comments on this video
    I just wanted to thank you man
    Been watching your stuff for 6 years now and to me you’re a roll model…
    Every damn time i feel like i’m done,
    I check your videos and get the motivation
    You totally got the spirit
    You don’t give up and everytime i listen to your words and think of the journey you’ve been through, i think to myself that i must not give up as well
    If you got any other advice for a 20 year old, i’m all ears
    You taught me lessons my father never did..
    Long live man

  • Newly subscribed to your channel, great videos, funny and informative… Oh and you’re guitar playing is incredible, from the heart.. Keep it up dude!!! ✌️

  • what! hey i see that way cool django reinhardt guitar in the background @ 0:47.
    OK, my wife says she would not have thrown y’alls cuddly-ass out of bed. ha!
    bastard not only do you kick my ass at guitar, but my wife has a crush on y’alls as well!
    i pointed out that this video is 4 years old now but she said, and i quote,
    “”there are literally dozens of guys around me that look like wolverine or john cena, but a serious cuddly-guy? such a real man is few and far between”. ok thanx honey, should i stop doing my sit-ups? “no man, keep up with them sit-ups if y’alls know what’s good for you.”
    again, bastard!

  • I love relic’ed guitars and always wanted my Tokai Goldstar sunburst relic’ed. So today I’ve used my 1994 Korean Squier strat as a test. JESUS CHRIST!!!!!! The layers upon layers of shit on this thing, it’s a great guitar and it’s obviously laminate body with a thick layer of what looks like resin over it then layers of paint.
    I’ve got it looking pretty cool now but damn was it hard work.
    So guys, is it resin on top of the wood?
    You can’t see the wood through it so is it clear coat??

  • Oh my god… It’s amazing to see such type of fitness… Which I am dreaming about.. who is next Arnold… That’s you.. you made it…… Bro…. Happy to see you

  • 40:30 that black start’s mine, bought new in 2017, poly finish… somebody came into my house and attacked it with a knife and chisel.

  • What VOX WAH is that Dave? I hate my Cry Baby 535Q it’s so bad! A month in and it feels like the slide mechanism needs a serious amount of lube if you know what i mean.

  • How many different ways can you say “if people want to relic their guitars, that’s up to them”?
    You really talk too much, and too much for me to listen when I don’t have to. Bye.

  • i know its your guitar & you can do what you want with it but i think it`s silly doing that to it just for a look. if guitar players would spend more time playing then the damage would be natural. any who keep on playing Dave

  • How difficult was it for you to put on size? I started working out about 4 years ago and I’ve put on a bit of mass. For the past 2 months I’ve been considering a classic physique competition. I’m giving myself a year and I’ve changed my regiment a bit. I want to ad a little size. I’m 5’10/5’11 about 170lbs. Any tips?

  • You ‘re one inspiring fat/guitar playing, person(yes, i was going curse there). I am at about picture 0:35 in I’m 48 and going to do simple eating and simple workouts to loose the fat.

  • Is seen that axe fx at 5:13, and what model ibby? Also steller transformation. Went from 2 classical guitars to axe fx and ibanez.

  • Das Fett is weck,die Wut steht im Gesicht!All diese großen Muskeln sind was?? Testosteron???Machen diese Mehr glücklich??Denke wohl eher nicht!!!

  • rick hands and hats down!!! amazing hard work put into this. and i bet you feel younger. your playing is just beyond. inspirational and you are some kind of God living on earth thanks for talking to us 😉 and sharing

  • Dave, lovely playing at the start, you are truly gifted. I’ll comment later on the relicing, no problem with it, done it a few times.

  • I tend not to relic new guitars,or used ones in nice condition. I always think i’ll regret doing it. Used ones that already have some damage/wear..then i often will depending on its’ condition.

  • I may not have been around when this song was published but one thing I take away from it the oppressed will always rise against the oppressor.

  • Really nice! I plan to do this on my newly acquired MIJ strat that is already quite beaten up. A question: what kind of knife is this? It seems hard to find one that is small, sharp and comes with a thick blade. If you ever have the reference of it or something similar, please drop it:)

  • Hey Dave thx for the tips! I hate new looking guitars. I think your relic jobs look great and I’d rather have that guitar than a brand spanking new shiny thing imho. ��

  • haha i didn’t even want to take the plastic coverings off my new guitar i just got. I know it won’t stay new long bc i am rough on guitars but for some reason I want this one to stay new. Normally i don’t care. Im not offended by people relicing guitars but I 100% don’t get why someone would pay 10 times more for a professionally reliced guitar. I personally would rather “relic it” by doing my own mods or just generally natural wear. I guess the same as people buying ripped and torn jeans lol

  • at what age did you start on anabolic stuff? i’m just interested in knowing what is the max you can look like naturally and stuff

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  • We’re a curious bunch. Particularly us Strat lovers. ‘We’ discovered way back that if you wedge a matchstick or whatever in between the 3 way switch then it would sound awesome. So Fender duly obliged and made the 5 way as standard. But people are now often wanting 3 ways for that “true vintage” experience. Nitro wore away and gave us the once “ugh I’m not playing THAT battered heap o’ junk” recoils of disgust. So Fender duly obliged by offering the hard wearing Poly finishes that is hard as nails and lasts forever. But, oh no, some of us don’t want that. No, we want to go back to Nitro so it wears away easily. Or if we’re ‘forced’ to have Poly then do our best to “bash it up” as Mr Simpson is so eloquently demonstrating here. Or we simply shell out many thousands of pounds or dollars or whatever currency you slave away to earn and let a Custom Shop Master Builder make us a wrecked one at more money than if we order the exact same guitar with the exact same pick ups, fretboard, hardware etc… and end up getting a brand spanking new one. Yes. A brand new pristine one. For less money than a battered up “old” one!

    Yep. We’re a curious bunch.

  • A bit of steve rothery in the intro. I like it how you get vintage bluesy tones with a hint of 80’s in there. You Sir are a player.

  • I have a nitro Fender highway one telecaster. That’s also a clear poly finish under the nitro laquer, it does age nicely but its shiney underneath. And this has been lots in the past, Then it was called fullerplast which is basically PU, so…

  • I’ve got a factory relic in a Vintage VS6 (SG) reissue. Not a bad job, not too over the top on the body. The tuners are rusty looking and pick up covers are slightly pitted. But by god it’s the best guitar I’ve ever played. Such a nice neck. And the pick ups sound awesome too.

  • hi Dave i have some question can u pls help…I have the orange crush 120h amp amd using orange ppc212v 120 watts ia that ok…. and my second question is my wife got me orange pedal baby 100w but have no clue how to connect it to another ppc212v 120 watt cab…trying to figure it out but with my chemo therapy i am a little dazzed and tels me 100 watts at 8ohms and 70 watts at 16 ohms dose this mean i need a new cabs to get 100 watts full power pedal baby pls help..I am 52 years old doing chemo and this is what keeps me going ty in advance

  • very well said and 12,000,000,000,000etc etc% agree with your “disclaimer” and that applies to eeeevverryyything on the internet. people need to just shut up and live their own lives!

  • Just my opinion, but relic guitars are just phoney and dumb, dumb, dumb. Left side of the the bell curve teens want their moms to buy them, but it seems 99% of the adults on YT who peddle them get them free from the companies. Dunno what’s the deal with Sir Dave.

  • Nice relic bro. But how to make color look old? What liquid you use it? I want my guitar like frusciante white stratocaster. That color is look so old. I want like that

  • well done, if you’d like to dig even further into ultimate health check out dr.Ray Peats work, he’s been studying the body at the cellular level since the 60’s

  • i’m like a twisted man i love my sisters and my mom but the men in my family i don’t get along too well with we’re all dick heads to each other we butt heads like jarhead devil dogs and we’re all like fighting like a big old barfly but when the women come around let me tell you something they always comes down cuz it’s sit on her lap to say now cowboy calm your ass down and we always calm down amen amen amen women like angels to us they bring us some miracle of peace and serenity

  • Hi Dave, I like your saying about people trying to enforce others doing or not doing anything, would it be reliced guitars or anything else. The only exception would be: anybody HAS TO know Rory Gallagher ( just kidding)

  • Awesome playing in the intro, and great info on relicing. BTW the first time you came into shot with those goggles…Dave, that’s my YT moment of the year…..classic:)

  • Hello Dave, as usual thank you for the video! Few questions if you dont mind:
    do you carve the clear coat at some spot to look like wood? During the video it seems you carve some areas?
    how did you do for the back of the neck? I’ve got a Harley strat too from this year and the finish just won’t go so i can’t tint it…
    Did you change the trem block?? yours seems thicker than mine!

    thanks! Big fan of you Sir!

  • I think Rick is a fantastic guitarist, ordered his downloads and playing waaay better, but also a longtime weight lifter, runner, If you do not continue to train hard, watch diet, stop drinking alcohol daily, you will go right back to fat slob, which looks to me like Rick has, shame, he worked his ass off to get so ripped, get back in the gym Rick carrying that excessive weight is dangerous, hope you are around for a long time Mate!

  • I’m not personally gonna relic my guitars but I still like to watch. It’s like driving by a car accident, knowing you should not look but you do anyways. I do agree no one should tell you what to do with your property

  • Ok but why does the beginning sound like the sponge bob movie scene where Patrick is a striper and sponge bob is a magical wizard singing goofy goober rock

  • Watching your intro’s ” For free ” just has to come crashing down sooner or later. But, until that happens. It’s fantastic Dave…

  • This video came at the perfect time! I just got a Harley Benton strat for the express purpose of trying to relic it. I’m glad to see that it can be done, and on pretty much the same model, to boot. I’m really looking forward to the video on the fretboard wear.

  • Rick.. You have to have the most drive..and dedication of anyone! To be so amazing at guitar, and to be strong enough to stick to getting buff… Bro… I wish I had one ounce of your dedication! Great job! Also, you’re my favorite guitar player… Just know you’re a role model.

  • As far as i can see rick is a very discipline and persistent person…
    If i was born again i would love to be ur son under your guidance

  • Rick you gotta start this back up man. Put down the bottles for good this time. You can’t hide the elephant anymore. We all want to see you live your best life.

  • Hay Dave, cool vid, and some good points about players ‘right to relic’! I’m about to relic my squier and add lacquer checking using the freeze spray technique, have you any experience of this?

  • What a took from this video is, they thought you were just some kid, some random fan at that expo, never to think you would be the man you are today and the following you have. Never underestimate someone

  • To each their own but I wonder if people who don’t like reliced guitars also don’t like natural wear and get really annoyed when a guitar has even the slightest dent or scratch… To me the upside of relicing is that those things don’t really matter anymore then… But I really like the look of it as well… Especially when it’s painted over like black over sunburst or seafoam green over pink paisley and you can see the first coat through the second coat… Obviously needs to be a nitro finish then though

  • Would never relic one of my top end guitars but have recently aged a cheaper Tele style guitar. Loved the style and playability but it was all wrong in the attempted factory antique finish. 1200 grit sandpaper and a joiners pencil had the gloss down to a Matt Finnish where it counted and the lead added the discolouration to the neck, fingerboard and wear points on the body. Tip is to use a sharp blade to scrape the lead and create a dust coating over the area to be worked. This gives a nice even coat and prevents the pencil lines. Strangely a very satisfying process for me but appreciate it’s not for everyone.. ��������

  • Great playing man! You and me are on the same Gilmourish/Bucketheadish page when it comes to playing. Great job. I’d happily pay for a full album made up of music like your intro.

    What song was that and what album is it on?

  • i hate these bodybuilders doing these transformation videos because little kids believe these juice heads got this big naturally. BTW, “coach” means steroids coach, fuck u

  • Congrats on the transformation Rick… you ‘shredded’ those pounds & look awesome! I have the opposite problem. I’m trying to gain weight but want to do it healthy. It’s hard cause my girl is trying to diet. LOL:)

  • In some parallel universe where Dave never picked up a guitar he’s watching this video yelling at the guy ruining perfectly good guitar’s

  • Hi Dave loved the intro playing fabulous as usual. As you say this relicing is really not my thing i just don’t get it but each to there own. I equate relicing a brand new guitar to that of buying a brand new car going into a showroom buying a new car with dents faded paint and rust on it and you pay a premium for that. In the real world you would be looking for a substantial discount. No disrespect to you relicers out there just not a look i like or get.

  • Great intro jam! But…but…how…DARE you do that to your guitar??!! Nah. I’m only kidding. Speaking for myself, I don’t do the relicing thang. I don’t have the tools or space even if I wanted to do that. I just let time take its course and what happens is what happens when it comes to dings, chips, and whatnot. If it gets a little boo-boo, I don’t lose any sleep over it. Sure, if the headstock broke off, I just might freak out. LOL Other than that? Nah.

  • Congrats man, you actually looks happier!! I bet it wasn’t easy at the beginning, but then it becomes a pleasure.. fucking congrats!!!

  • Wait until you get to my age Dave and you won’t want your guitars to look as battered and crusty as I do now!:-). Fabulous playing on the intro I would not give a fig what a guitar looked like if I could make it sing like that.

  • Rick i have been following you for a long time. I bought your book a few weeks ago and started reading it Today after many years of struggling to be overweight 280lbs, i am embarking on this journey and challenge of losing weight based on your program. Its my plan to document this as well and will release my findings and results at the end. I would like to thank you for the inspiration and now its time to get cranking. Cheers

  • Even in our troubadouring days, Musicians have always been slaves to the whims of mad kings and succubi. Might be Hammer Time…��

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  • I’m sorry man, I like to keep my guitars as pristine as possible. I appreciate the stories a guitar can tell, the road, the stage. But purposely damaging an instrument? Not my thing. Although I really liked your Rory Strat 😉

  • I hope people who say you can’t workout and play guitar at the same time are watching.. I had a few teachers and they argued if you workout than your fingers are gonna get hard and you’ll not be able to play well!!
    Awesome job bro!

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