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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Chuck8436, Oct 13, 2021.
I think George had the nicest neck of all The Beatles, but Ringo had the best nose.
He still does. Paul’s got smaller.
Paul was the best left handed bass player in the Beatles.
Maybe. Maybe not. Ringo may be able to out bass him.
I've seen Ringo live twice. He never played the bass.
Those were great shows BTW, had Steve Lukather and Todd Rundgren on guitar, Richard Page (Mr Mister) on bass, and Greg Rolie (from Santana) on Keys.
Oh I love ringo. Totally doubt the cat plays bass. Lol
I saw them All Stars. Richard Page was just great.
Took my kid to see him when he was in town. He was 9 years old, and a huge Beatles fan.
We had 5th row center seats, so we were about 20' away from ringo. It was my kid's first concert, and we had a lot of fun.
After the show on our way back to the car, I saw a motorcade with a police escort coming from the amphitheater. I told my son "That's Ringo, wave to him". My son didn't believe me, but we started waving.
As the motorcade rolled by, the rear window of the white Mercedes SUV rolled down, and Ringo hung out the window, waving at us with both hands. As he passed within 10 feet of us, he shouted "Have a great evening fellas!"
My kid was awestruck.
@OP: I agree. Let's call one a fretboard and the one with a neck and installed fretboard we'll call a fretneck.
‘My SKS and Maz 36 take clips. My Beretta takes a magazine. I agree that hearing the words misused is irritating.
How about having EIGHT IN THE BARREL?
That doesn't sound like a good time. Haha
I like it!