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08-06-2006 07:12 PM
russ s pics of my heroes!!!!!! Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
08-06-2006 12:31 PM
Thad
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Originally Posted by All Clean Exteriors View Post
Maybe one day we'll all trade licks at a roundtable!
08-06-2006 10:45 AM
russ s
08-04-2006 09:14 AM
All Clean Exteriors [quote=PressurePros;3393]Yep. I played a ton when I was younger and worked my way up the food chain. I have a 12 string I play with mostly nowadays but last year I bought a Marshall 1959SLPX Vintage Series 100W Tube Head and mated it to a 2x12 cabinet. The tones you can get from that thing are incredible. My guitars are both Fender reissues a 69 Strat and a 72 Tele.

Oh yeah and it goes up to 11. (Everyone should know that reference)[/quote Cool, Ken. My next one is going to be a 12 string. Real nice to sit around the house and play rich, full chords and melodies. I've got a buddy that has a Marshall 100w. Your neighbors love ya huh? I'm self taught (tab) and books. You never stop learning. I can't imagine not having a guitar around. Maybe one day we'll all trade licks at a roundtable!
08-04-2006 09:12 AM
PressurePros I used to own a sound company in my twenties. Once I got the board mixed to where I wanted it in a live gig I put earplugs in. Hearing doesn't grow back once its gone.
08-04-2006 07:04 AM
Thad BTDT.

No more.
08-04-2006 12:35 AM
PressurePros I'm sorry, what was that? Couldn't hear you above all the ringing.
08-03-2006 11:41 PM
Thad
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Yep. I played a ton when I was younger and worked my way up the food chain. I have a 12 string I play with mostly nowadays but last year I bought a Marshall 1959SLPX Vintage Series 100W Tube Head and mated it to a 2x12 cabinet. The tones you can get from that thing are incredible. My guitars are both Fender reissues a 69 Strat and a 72 Tele.

Oh yeah and it goes up to 11. (Everyone should know that reference)
Dude, that's a loud amp.
I said It's a LOUD amp.
YOUR AMP!
I SAID IT'S LOUD!


Is that Tele a Custom, Deluxe, or Thinline?
08-03-2006 11:11 PM
PressurePros
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Originally Posted by All Clean Exteriors View Post
Ken, Do you play? You're right....Warm and THICK.
Yep. I played a ton when I was younger and worked my way up the food chain. I have a 12 string I play with mostly nowadays but last year I bought a Marshall 1959SLPX Vintage Series 100W Tube Head and mated it to a 2x12 cabinet. The tones you can get from that thing are incredible. My guitars are both Fender reissues a 69 Strat and a 72 Tele.

Oh yeah and it goes up to 11. (Everyone should know that reference)
08-03-2006 10:58 PM
Thad How do you tell if the stage is level?
The drummer is drooling from both sides of his mouth.

How can you tell when a drummer's at the door?
The knocking keeps speeding up and he doesn't know when to come in.
08-03-2006 10:55 PM
Thad
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Originally Posted by Woodsavers Of Texas View Post
Why is everybody picking on the drummers??
You spelled it wrong.
Drumber.
08-03-2006 10:34 PM
All Clean Exteriors
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Originally Posted by Woodsavers Of Texas View Post
Why is everybody picking on the drummers??
I was just going with the flow and threw that in. Heard it years ago and think it's funny. I admire a good drummer, it's tricky.
08-03-2006 10:29 PM
Woodsavers Of Texas Why is everybody picking on the drummers??
08-03-2006 10:23 PM
All Clean Exteriors What do you call a drummer without a friend?
Homeless.
08-03-2006 08:19 PM
Thad <groan>.

Just what every band needs:

An ADHD drummer who reads Ayn Rand.
I know, let's let him write the lyrics!
08-03-2006 08:15 PM
Woodsavers Of Texas
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Cool to see that you can relate, Shane. If some of you younger guys have never heard this cd (album) check it out. It is THEE Rush album.

Ohh yeah i've seen Rush in concert atleast 4-5 times and every show gets better and better!

They also have the BEST drummer Mr. Peart!
08-03-2006 08:15 PM
Thad
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Originally Posted by russ s View Post
what about a bad ass on the bass

rudy sarzo and geddy lee
Q - How many bass players does it take to change a lightbulb?
A - One. Five. One. Five.


Q - Did you hear about the time the bass player locked his keys in the car?
A - It took two hours to get the drummer out.
08-03-2006 08:11 PM
All Clean Exteriors Cool to see that you can relate, Shane. If some of you younger guys have never heard this cd (album) check it out. It is THEE Rush album.
08-03-2006 08:00 PM
Woodsavers Of Texas
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Originally Posted by All Clean Exteriors View Post
Rush 2112.

OHH YEAHH!
08-03-2006 07:46 PM
All Clean Exteriors
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Originally Posted by russ s View Post
what about a bad ass on the bass

rudy sarzo and geddy lee
Rush 2112.
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