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So long as you stew it for long enough, it should be fine.
That's the answer that a bass player (like me) would give.
Yes, point taken. I don't suppose I'd get away with saying that Wolverhampton is a suburb of Birmingham? No, even worse.
I could never cover the Pogues, the volume of alcohol required would be lethal.
“So here it is Merry Christmas everybody’s having fun, look to the future now it’s only just begun”
By any standard, 1973 was not a great year,...
Yes thanks. The YT review that influenced my decision covered all the minus points. This will be recording only amp so the foot switch is unimportant.
There are three switchable gain stages on the single channel. The structure switch stacks the pre-amp tubes.
Thanks for the replies. I've just bought a Fender Bassbreaker 15 head.
Main Requirements are:
1. Output will be through a load-box into an audio interface
2. Must have Clean and Gain Channels
3. Clean must be...
How about Four-Tay?
The reason that it's green is because of the Algae and other life-forms that live on it.
Just say "NO".
It's London - in November
You may laugh, but he beat Ultravox to Number One. Shud-Uppa-Ya-Face.
1981. Bowie, Spandau Ballet, Duran Duran, Ultravox, Joe Dolce.
I won a national (Ireland) essay competition sponsored by the Milk Board in 1974 and then again in 1975. My prizes were: a camera (1974) and a...
Pompous. Now there's a word that's not used nearly enough.
Excellent. When I need advice on word choice within a context, I'll know who to consult.
I'm recording the parts for my cover of a big 1970s christmas hit. The original recording used a Tele and a Gibson SG. I don't have an SG so I'm...
Strange one this, in the 70s I loved the Beatles - now I hate them. In the 70s, I hated the Stones - now I love. Go figure.
I have very little, if any - memory of that event. But it doesn't matter - I've got my imagination.
I'm so glad and surprised that you picked up on that. I had the great honour to be hanging around the studios at RTE in the summer of 1977, when...
This celtic folk song originated in Scotland in the early 1700s and made its way to Ireland and beyond where it has been performed and recorded...
I bought this back in 2012, the result was that I didn't pick up a guitar for five years! Be careful, it can become addictive.