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Black.Rainbow.
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the word 'everyday' can be spelt as one word, but only if it's something like: 'an everyday thought', or 'enjoy the everyday'. in other words, as an adjective.

when it's used as in the advert, it should be two words, 'party every day'.

the difference can be illustrated easily when we consider that the two sentences 'the partying was everyday' (i.e. 'humdrum'), and 'the partying was every day' (i.e. took PLACE every day), are distinguished in meaning by precisely this very issue of word quantity.

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andrej dwin
Activity Score 937

supercool!
took me a while to get it, but it was worth (also the little hint of chords below helped)

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Guest's picture
Guest

These are stupid and overly complicated. They have nothing to do with learning to play the guitar.

Another coward Guest's picture
Another coward Guest

Are you nuts? It's perfect.

proverbialthought's picture
proverbialthought
Activity Score 278

I agree, these ads are fabulous!!!

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Another Guest

I think the idea It's great. But maybe you need to know something about playing guitar to get it. And the people who need guitar lessons probably don't get it.

Brainsugar's picture
Brainsugar
Activity Score 1625

Yes it's fabulous.
but why?

Spanky's picture
Spanky
Activity Score 4899

way to rip off a classic

C-Rock's picture
C-Rock
Activity Score 28

Now THIS ONE works, it ties back to the product. I like how they tried with the guitar notes, but its not strong enough.

Rog's picture
Rog
Activity Score 6082

Same technique Spankster, but not a rip off.

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

Spanky's picture
Spanky
Activity Score 4899

Same concept. J&B completes your holidays. Music completes your life. This just isn't as smart. Or original for that matter.

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

...because when I think about improving my self image and fulfilling my otherwise empty life, nothing can help me reach that goal other than partying like there's no tomorrow day in and day out.

I'm sold! Where do I sign up?

Algareto's picture
Algareto
Activity Score 216

Its awesome!

Lava's picture
Lava

Seems an old idea in a new bottle
considering half the world is doing that it works for me!

halfstring's picture
halfstring
Activity Score 288

Overall, a fun concept but feels too complicated for the audience. Instead of the tablature, why not a simple subhead? Those visuals distract from delivering the message and tell too much of the story.

Rog's picture
Rog
Activity Score 6082

Great stuff. Guitar-heads, even wannabees, will dig this.
Even the lyrics are talking to aspiring rock-gods. Roooocks!

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

JAGGY's picture
JAGGY
Activity Score 1382

I m a music lover. Even then it didn't work for me.

Jaggy, MICA Ahmedabad

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hang-the-dj
Activity Score 1262

I loved it (even though I'm not really a KISS fan) I think this ad works brilliantly.

(It's not a rip off Spanky, just a similar technique - I like this one better)

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Guest

I think the idea is horribly forced and explained.

And the "Jingle Bells" concept is soooooooooooooooooo much better.

Black.Rainbow.'s picture
Black.Rainbow.
Activity Score 162

the word 'everyday' can be spelt as one word, but only if it's something like: 'an everyday thought', or 'enjoy the everyday'. in other words, as an adjective.

when it's used as in the advert, it should be two words, 'party every day'.

the difference can be illustrated easily when we consider that the two sentences 'the partying was everyday' (i.e. 'humdrum'), and 'the partying was every day' (i.e. took PLACE every day), are distinguished in meaning by precisely this very issue of word quantity.

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