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This ones got the spirit. I think this singer was an original member of Dropkick.
Let’s also mark the day with some Boondock Saints...
That ****e rocks just the way it is!
Ok. Makes sense. Thank you for the response.
I’m curious because I do YouTube videos. I have posted some here, but I did it uncomfortably...
It’s true, and kinda funny when you think about it.
I love all the old style stuff as much as the next guy. But I won’t dis the baked...
I have two SG fadeds. One has an ebony fretboard (the ones they were making right after the moon inlay guitars). And a ‘11 or so with the baked...
If anyone knows what gives? I’d like to know;)
Them in Bad Dog Cafe I see this thread-
Post your YouTube channel!
I copied this from the posting rules in the Amp Central Station forum-
NO PROMOS FOR BLOGS/YOUTUBE/FACEBOOK/COMPETING WEBSITES:
You may not post...
I think they don’t want you to. I’m not clear on that issue myself. I’m curious as to why that is?
I need two to do it all;)
For real Rock N Roll where loudness counts, Marshall half stack, minimum.
For Top 40, Classic Rock, Blues, and...
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Last year I bought the 2019 SG Junior. I’m going to do a Live Onstage video of it soon, from a gig I did...
Having the audacity to put it out, is what separates artists, from people who want to be artists. I say “lean into it”.
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Keep it simple.
For shows with pro sound reinforcement, I’ve used a Blackface Champ & Tubescreamer, many times.
why? cause it sounds like this-
Just picked up an MIJ flower power Tele. A 2016 model. I also have a 2012 MIJ Strat. The Tele neck is not anorexic, and the Strat has a...
My 1964 PR has been heavily gigged by me since 89 or so. And it was pretty road worn when I got it. But I’d take to a tech periodically for...
In the 80’s I played a half stack, got tired of being told to turn down. Traded down to a vibroverb 2x10, got tired of being told to turn down....
if I needed another one, that's the one id buy
I got mine back before they were hip, for $200. Came with a JBL (which I’ve heard was a factory option in ‘64). Also I think it was...
Motorcycles. Drivin’ me to Ruin.
Here’s the next song off Californian Americana