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This band was much better when they were called Kingdom Come.
Eat to the beat is their best album.
Great song and great band.
Omg! I had this album. I feel old.
Omg! So sorry.
I have the Gary Clark Jr Casino with Gibson P90s. Great guitar, but mainly for rhythm playing. Hard to get to those high frets.
Fight! Fight! Fight! :p
I never cared for Rats until I tried one recently set for very low gain. What a beautiful OD sound! I've had a dozen Rat pedals over the years...
Rolling Stone is still alive? Shocker!
Big Queen fan, but I'll wait for On Demand to watch it.
All the cool kids listen to transistor AM radios!
A large kielbasa and tin foil.
Uggh... I'm having flashbacks of Hee Haw
I believe Motley Crue had an album that tried to sound like NIN. It had to be hard for many bands to try and give up the spandex for flannel.
The gold is great! Love it for clean tones. I find golds can get a bit harsh in the mids when using drive pedals. The alnico cream has a smoother...
Thanks, but I already have another Princeton with a 10" Alnico Gold. I use that one for recording. This new one will be for small gigs. It already...
I picked up a few weeks ago a sonic blue Princton Reverb with a 12" Celestion alnico gold. Love it, but I'm probably going to change the speaker...
It's not a pedal for me, but the Celestion Alnico Cream is my secret weapon of tone.
I keep a bunch of picks all over the place and in guitar cases. I mostly keep them in my Fender lunch box.[ATTACH]
How do you know when it's time to replace the drummer in your band?
When he says "hey guys let's play one of my songs!"
I wonder if it tastes midrangey.
Oh I thought you guys were talking about using real Fender necks with the Fender logo. Yeah, putting a Fender logo on a non Fender neck isn't cool.
Why would anyone get upset over a logo? I have a few partscasters with Fender necks. If I were to sell them, I'd sell the parts. Not the whole guitar.