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Ever heard of Gorilla Tape? Well they also make a spray-on adhesive that works really well.
Lee & Perrin's. Nothing like the real deal.
I modded my Vox 847 to improve the sweep and ditch the 9V battery.
Most unlikely candidate to use an HM-2? Jerry Garcia. True fact.
+1 on the King of Tone. Worth the wait.
I like the Grolsch rubber ones. You can by a bag of 100 at northernbrewer.com for $14. So cheap, you can even give some to your bass player.
Black. Freaking. Sabbath.
As I recall, Alex Lifeson of Rush designed and marketed an acoustic guitar stand made to fit on a heavy-duty cymbal stand. It was called the Omega...
Yep. I got one and I live in Vermont. One more reason not to use Reverb anymore, I guess.
I'm good with the way I play. Cha-ching!
Dylan chords. We used to do the chorus with a reggae feel, like the Garcia Band version.
+1 on the Boss ME80. Easy to use and quite affordable on the used market.
So did I. And that was after having a GT-1000. I like the simplicity of being able to adjust the effects parameters quickly in the real-time...
Steve Morse, especially with the Dixie Dregs.
Damn! Nice job. "if it's not Scottish... it's crap!"
I'm a big fan of the BossME-80. Tons of quality effects in a small footprint with the ability to save presets allows for a complete change of tone...
I always use humidifiers in all my acoustic guitars and my mandolin too.
Analog Man King of Tone.
There is a lot of this footage in the movie Rainbow Bridge.
Time tough. RIP Toots... one of the finest roots reggae artists ever. Got his latest album last week. He still had the touch.
+ 1 on the Boss ME-80. Add the capability to save stored presets to have dramatic tonal shifts within the same song with a simple pedal press....
Dig it! Enjoy playing it!
Really sad to hear this news. What a loss. RIP JTE and condolences to his family and friends.