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Please bring me an Avatar 3D 212 Vertical cab (a Forte 3D replica) loaded with WGS ET-65s.
You are a brave man. I have an audio cassette of my rendition of the first song I ever wrote, and it will never be heard again, by anyone, ever.
I own two electric guitars and play them both daily. I also own an acoustic that is currently on permanent loan to my uncle Bob.
I’ll never forget the first time I heard The Cars. “Good Times Roll.” 2 AM, really high, on the local FM “Real Rocker,” no intro. Just that WTF?...
That’s very cogent. I never thought about it in terms that succinct, but I can say exactly the same thing.
Congrats. That’s a truly beautiful guitar.
Happy Day, Fezz, and many more.
Insufficient data. Fender doesn’t release sales or manufacturing numbers, so no conclusion is possible.
Very cool, Chris. No relation to Daryl, was he?
Is it possible that this is just a really high last fret? I’m trying to imagine what would cause buzzing at every position on one string, and it...
Jeff Healey plays overhand like that.
Now we spend those months discussing theory and myth, instead of experimenting with lots of different guitars with an open mind. Words < wood.
American Tune - Paul Simon
A Remark You Made - Weather Report
A Talk With George - Johnathan Coulton
Hard to say. Is she hot?
Married 40 years. Never was in a band that stayed the same for more than two years. The math seems obvious.
We stayed in a place in Seattle that provided fresh grounds (in a glass jar), an electric kettle and a French press. Apparently they take coffee...
Look for a used Sontronics Sigma. It’s a phantom powered ribbon that handles very high SPLs and sounds like “you are there” with zero EQ required....
If you want the roots of vocal oriented bands like Player and The Amazing Rhythm Aces, look no further than The Dude’s nemesis band, The Eagles....
Just listen to “Baby Come Back,” followed by “Black Cow” (both 1977) and see what you think then.
Too late. Bad memories?
I’d probably reamp if I had the gear I’d need to run the dry signal through a real amp. My biggest problem is that I’ve still not heard an amp sim...
Agreed. There’s no straight line from Steely Dan to soft-rock drek. The Dan stands alone.
I'm having lunch at a Chinese joint with my drummer today. We'll see if we're really dead or not.
Correction: that line was uttered by Mr. Carlson, played by Gordon Jump.