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Obviously a demented Norwich City supporter! :lol:
Even at my age I like bonk too! :grin:
Very Arts & Crafts :)
I especially liked the cup sockets!
Still loving mine! I don't use it as much as I used to but when I need it, it's waiting, ready.
I like it fairly subtle so:
Level - 12 o'clock until you get the attack and sustain to your liking then adjust to taste
Tone - set it to 12...
Stormrider - from the ghost idea.
Ain't that the truth! Players are all built slightly differently and sometimes we just do what seems to come naturally and others sit and scratch...
Go on Martin,
treat yourself to one of each :grin:
A lot of this is about where you're fingers are going to move next and using the most economical fingerings for chords or partials. The other...
Now that's what I call fantasy Pool!
Peavey Classic 30 (Tweed square front), no standby switch:
I switch it on, tune up with my trusty TU-2, un-mute and I'm ready to go!...
I kinda like the Tele option for this application. especially if you can dial in a nice tone on the neck pickup!
Just my random thoughts.
I Got a 10C just over a year ago and have used it almost daily since. If I lost it or it blew up then I would be straight out to buy another. It...
Smart move with the toilet roll (or whatever) on the stand.
Certainly a contender!
That's where the perseverance comes in. Local studios, bars, church halls, maybe even scout or guide halls are all possible venues and could be...
That's something to contemplate!
I'd take that on a Strat or a Tele in an instant!
Another happy Apogee Jam user here.
I've had mine for two years with no problems, can't say fairer than that!
I find that playing with other musicians is the best motivator.
The band was called Racing Cars I think, from Wales.
I seem to recall some words of wisdom that I heard many years ago. They went something like "If it ain't broke then don't try to fix it!"
All my rowdy friends - Hank Williams