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Ambrosia’s version of “Magical Mystery Tour” is righteous. And did Yes ever record “I’m Down?” I saw them play it live once as a final encore, and...
@BallisticSquid, it’s just a couple of guys here and a couple guys in Indiana, writing songs and sending files back and forth. We are looking at...
I’m getting old and tired, and not good enough to play live the way I want to (in the studio you only have to nail it once), so I’m quitting my...
I call it a vibrato bar, Leo be damned!
Definitely #2. Definitely.
Two different times. But the same old song and dance.
Hall of FAME, bro.
Hip hop is rock n roll... the hard edge of pop, dangerous looking guys talking about sex and drugs and how everybody knows what a badass they are.
It’s the radio conglomerates that killed off diverse taste. The invention of narrowcasting radio - playlists aimed at one demographic and rolled...
Nice idea. I could claim them but I, too, am a 9 in the foot.
That’s because Mike Love is an ass.
Can't say if they were more consistent, because I only had one example, but my 2013 was one of the best SGs I ever ran across.
The Rock n Roll HOF is a joke. They should have inducted everybody I like the first year, and then just locked the door.
What happened in that Freest Man thread wasn’t political... a member I’d never heard of launched a savage personal attack against another member,...
I like it a lot.
I’ve worked NAMM with a press pass (back when there was a magazine called EQ and I wrote words for it), and the noise and the crowd are really...
Zencaster. 20+ years, sometimes as my only electric guitar. My one true sword.
My Warmoth neck, while the hated soft V, is the best I've ever played.
I’m not pretending to understand the physics. But this happened to my guitar. That, and the fact that the inventor called it the “inertia block”...
A heavy, full size inertia block mitigates the problem of the guitar detuning during bends. My Strat detuned easily until I put a Callaham block...
Can you believe it? I’ve never bothered to learn how to play it. No kidding.
What cap value do you have on that pot?
I prefer the Clapton profile... a relatively slim neck with a nice soft V gradually smoothing out to a slim C in the upper register.
“There’s a farm called misery, but of that we’ll have none… Because I know of one... that’s always lots of fun...”