Separate names with a comma.
I don't think so. Should an author have to change names if they write a non fiction book after writing mysteries? Should an artist have to change...
Peter Green era albums like "Then Play On" is hardly for chicks. They aren't a band you can so easily lump into a style. Similar members, with the...
I have one. Once my favorite band 30 years ago... two letters. U2
wouldn't the bigger question be what pickup you want at the neck? Seems that would be more important and would then dictate guard or ring.
Found this about it:
I used to love lots of pedals. Then, I decided to just run clean with none and loved it. Also, when I do want to process the signal, I just run it...
So far, my favorite albums of 2019:
Bill Callahan - Shepard in a sheepskin vest
Fennesz - Agora
My '96 Guild DV6
Oh, I fully agree. But unfortunately a lot of kids discovering him might not go that far to discover where he picked it up.
And John Fahey
I think the Edge is very influential in his own style.
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Question is are you hesitant because its a huge life step, or because you question being with this particular person? If the former, I'd say do...
The bolded phrase is what makes me think the old man was deliberately trying to deceive you. It his way of saying, "I know it looks totally off,...
American Primitive. Discovering open tuning to me is summed up best by the quote (paraphrasing): "Standard tuning is like a blank white piece of...
That was my understanding as well. 'S' meant San Francisco mint.
Growing up I would always go through the change drawer at my family's work. I collected coins and found some great ones. Some buffalo nickels,...
I'd be more concerned about the electric bill you'll get shortly... ;)
Seeing as some musicians play 3-4 hour sets nightly, I don't see it being an issue.
"Streets of Philadelphia" by Bruce Springsteen comes to mind
One of the best Woodstock performances.
I agree with the two lead approach. As others have stated, it's worked for some of the biggest bands ever. Beatles, Eagles, Grateful Dead...
John Fahey, Leo Kottke, Roy Buchanan
This was a great podcast that talked about Neil: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/yearoftheneil