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I like Greendale a lot, both the album and the movie. In fact, 'Bandit' might be my favorite Neil Young song. 'Bringing Down Dinner' is also an...
No money in music, only in merch these days.
What, they had a kid together? Crazy!
This place gets older and whiter every day, nice to hear an outside perspective :)
There's an incredible amount of great guitarists and other instrumentalists these days, but there isn't a monocultural media to present the cream...
I like all the non black pickguards on the BSB finish, they all work in their own way and brighten up the aesthetic considerably.
Andy Sturmer played drums and sang lead vocals in Jellyfish, great band from the '90s.
I used to have that problem so I picked up smoking.
RIP Kofi and Yon Rico.
A Soul Food might fit fit the bill.
There's another album he made, the 'Special Recording Session" circa 1977, available for free here:...
"Sweetwater is cool, at least they don't blow pigs?"
Their self titled album from 1970 is fantastic, the last tune on the record is my favorite:
Both the movie and the album were released in 1970 iirc.
Incredible tone used to be one of the dividing line between amateur and professional guitarists. These days the 'free' market has responded to...
I started with a Crybaby and moved on to the standard Vox wah, which I still have and use although lately I've been digging the Colorsound...
With all the quibbling about 'tone' here I'm somewhat surprised people don't talk more about absolute polarity.
I use Pro Tools and Ableton Live, although great results can be had with any modern DAW, eg Reaper, Cakewalk, Garageband, Logic, Audacity...
Harry Connick, Jr. - Drifting (1990)
Who knew the Alesis Masterlink was the secret to Keef's tone?
'The One I Love' by R.E.M.
That era of Bob has long since passed, he's moved onto other pastures. That's ok, everything changes, gotta look to other sources for inspired,...
I've had a Rotovibe for many years. The expression pedal aspect is its killer feature, imo. I've found the pedal changes the tone of the...
Dean Ween knows where it's at.