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Always my favorite -
A Buddhist says to the hot dog vendor, "Make me one with everything"
I've been asked to throw out the first pitch at a minor league game. I mean, how difficult can this be? I throw a tennis ball a lot further than...
I really like my Harmon Kardon Onyx. It's not small - about the size of a basketball - but it kicks some butt. Works well plugged in or on...
Congrats on your build. She's a beauty.
The same principle applies to home stereo speakers.
Right! I've discovered that my reading glasses work so much better when I put them on.
Congrats on your appearance!
Spoiler alert - this is the episode where Officer Wierzbowski kills Kenny.
Maybe some of your nearby music venues would be interested.
Ry's guitar reminds me of Clark Griswold's station wagon in Vacation. What IS that thing?
I was not aware of the podcast. Thanks very much!
Thanks - I'll have to check that out.
I agree. I come from a family of artists going back at least 120 years. Some of my grandfather's work has been seen by millions of people. I was...
This embodies the spirit of the kind of live performances I love. I've only seen Tim Barry live once, and I only knew a couple of his songs, but...
If you've never seen Lyle live, you're missing out. He's great with his large band and also with his smaller gigs with John Hiatt.
I don't have that setup so I can't speak to it directly, but I have to ask the obvious question - have you tried adjusting your pickup heights?
I've not seen one in person.
They show up every so often on MusiciansFriend Stupid Deal of the Day for around $250 I think...
My favorite, with Duke Robillard
I just remembered - Years ago, MTV or VH1 did a special with Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson doing an acoustic set. If you haven't heard it, it's...
Wow. It's not often that I wish I were older than I am, but I do wish I had been at those shows.
Most of my guitar heroes have that effect on me, but especially Ry Cooder.
Can I vote twice?
Very interesting. Thanks for posting this
The older TVs also had a "Brightness" control. But even if you turned the Brightness all the way up, most of the programs were as dumb then as...
I saw the Stones 2 or 3 years ago. Keef kicked off "Start Me Up" with the wrong guitar. Standard tuning. Bigger audience.