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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by mshivy, Aug 11, 2017.
The tone is, as it always is, in the wallet. How long will it stay there?
I can help you out here.. Just say "Well honey, it's like a voice and you know how after years and years how the same old voice gets really grating? I mean it gets almost impossible to get through the day because what was once music to your ears becomes a shrill and horrifying squeal that feels like an ice pick in the ears and soul. Sometimes you just need a sweet new voice to make life feel worth living again. Understand honey? Sweety, sugar plum? This is all about amps right?"
Your welcome, and yeah I'm single.
Mrs Bit's reply: "Your life is now in your own hands, treat it very carefully"...
That, I'm afraid to say is just your opinion, which doesn't stand up when its measured against my opinion. Which, I may add, is indisputable fact. In other words.. I'm right and you're wrong. Case closed..
In your opinion. What did Chuck Norris say?
Yeah goofy, ya shudda sed, "But the love of my life is in my arms." as ya hugged her... then looked into her eyes as she rolled 'em to the back of her head... and smacked ya...
She does yoga, she'd probably just kick me
from the "reclining Boss" position?
Oh no! First rule of "tone club" is don't talk about tone club.
I missed this thread that is tone and playing you are a talent.
Looking into Randys stuff he was so good.
The irony is that Albert King played a humbucking Gibson.
....sometimes through an Acoustic 150 or a Roland JC120.
the whole point of the commercials was:
its fun to make them AND eat them
that it tastes great AND is less filling.
no one who says tone is in your hands thinks that gear is meaningless... obviously no gear no tone.
and no one who says that tone is in the gear thinks that inexperienced players will sound as good as professional players if they just use the same gear.
it's not a real debate. how you can tell is the thread hasn't been closed yet.
Oh yes it is!!
After 13 pages there isn't much I can add other than tone is in the ham.
(I'll show myself to the door)
Is that your fist?
How would one explain the guys who can mimic anyone else's stuff in incredible detail, but can't develop or make their own unique tone?
After 13 pages I'm losing the will to live..