rotsap
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rotsap

TDPRI Member, Male, from Canada

Like the cup says, I'm easily distracted by guitars... ;) Aug 16, 2018

rotsap was last seen:
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    1. rotsap
      rotsap
      Like the cup says, I'm easily distracted by guitars... ;)
    2. rotsap
      rotsap
      Do what you Love, and you will NEVER work a day in your life...
    3. rotsap
      rotsap
      Took me 25 years to realize I am a Telecaster guy... isn't that sad?
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.paul@paul.direct
    Location:
    Canada
    Occupation:
    Technologist
    Your amps and other gear:
    I've owned, a Mesa-Boogie Mark IV head and cabinet, I don't now, but, THAT remains my MOST desired rig.
    I started out at 17. I rented the standard USA built Stratocaster. It was black had a white pickguard. I did love that guitar. My family decided I must be serious about playing and a year later my brother got the rest of the family to get together and bought me a Kent Semi-Acoustic. I eventually traded that off for an Ibanez RoadStar II Series and proceeded to burn through several other guitars along the road to becoming a more serious and accomplished player.
    It took me about 21-22 years to really learn that I am a Tele-Man through and through. Seriously. I'd suspected as much for about the previous 5 or 6 years, sort of floated between Strats and my Godin Solodac, but eventually I got myself figured out and it's the Telecaster for me. I currently own a boutique Tele, made by Godin. A-Ma-Zing guitar. It's a Custom Passion Swamp Ash, Godin T-Style I ordered just for me with a custom white perloid pg directly from the factory.
    I currently play: my "A" - Rig has been my Firehawk by Line 6. I mostly play in churches. If I am not using my FireHawk going directly into their soundboard, I carry out my Mesa-Boogie Nomad 55 for larger gigs. If a small venue, I will usually bring my Peavey 65 Solo Series. I totally Love this amp. I can't count anymore, the times I'm asked what kind of Tubes I run in my Bandit. LoL . I have other amps and used many many different amps through the years, but it always comes back to Mesa Engineering
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