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loved Heat Treatment
if twisted tele pickups are the present flavor, Bootstrap makes the pretzel set. it's supposed to be a knock-off. they're very good.
chocolate-ly delicious, rich in vitamin D....bosco
early tom petty
i'm your ice cream man
a triple bill show in the '70's...ZZ Top, Earth, Wind, and Fire, and Uriah Heap, in that order. I bought Tres Hombre the next day.
thanks very much.
Did the E series Made in Japan Teles ever have top-loaders?
to this day the two best I ever heard on recordings were magc dick on Full House and james cotton on Hard Again
85 or 86 carvin x-60 combo, original hi-energy speaker, working footsw. a lotta amp for $200. happy,happy,happy
peavey encore 65
loved blood and sand...r.i.p
I don't have the premium, but this is close enough for me to work it out on some, https://chordify.net/
I put in a bid of $750 to take a ride in a PBY... outbid in the auction by 2 grand!
[MEDIA] black sabbath [MEDIA] white zombie [MEDIA] david bromberg
the bandit 75 had some of the best reverb I've ever heard. It also sounded great on tape, the clean sat in the mix comfortably.
larry campbell was amazing gigging with dylan. played steel, mandolin, acoustic, even some keys, with astounding virtuosity. sexton stuck to...
St. Vincent!!? Jack White!!? You think you're dealing with kids? [MEDIA]
the only legit sport...can't find a betting line anywhere!
a Carvin X-60...it's blown me away every time I get to use it, for any genre over the last 22years.
if anybody does go see him, at least you'll really enjoy Jeff Pevar.