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Amen, brother. Amen.
Played Bad for Good until it wore out. His one solo effort, little noticed, but pure Steinman and it spoke to me at an awkward time in my life,...
The bottle never lets me down...
First, pound-for-pound, there's no better freshwater scrapper than a smallmouth. I've tied into many a 20-inch trout that, when finally landed,...
A nice laker! Well done.
Don't even want to think about how many fly rods are in the closet behind me. 2wt to 12. Redundancy/variation in all weights. A few bamboo and...
I was thinking 6wt and streamers, but yeah...same inclination.
LOVE TAVA! A great nerdy listen.
Indeed. Great either way. Luckily, my board's power supply gives me 18v options so I don't have to mess with Xotic's doubler.
+1 on the EP Booster. Sprinkles a little echoplex pixie dust on my DR. Always on. Push it with 18V, if you can.
Oh, my aching back.
An interesting observation. Thanks for sharing. It will be fascinating to see how these puppies are perceived when we get out of our houses again...
Reasonable responses. If you already have a DR that you love and it fits your needs then there's absolutely no need to pursue a TM. None. But, if...
As you say, there have been several threads over the past year or so. What I've found interesting is that with each iteration the positive vs....
Amen. My long view is considerably shorter than it once was.
Exactly! I bought two new amps last year; an AC15HW and a TMDR. Couldn't be happier with both of them. Each has its niche. Each gets played. Each...
On the board
Stashed in the closet
Love the Polytune and the MojoMojo. They'll stay on...
I bought my '90 Classic 50 410 a few years ago with the intention of replacing the original Blue Marvels that were in it. Played it a while first....
How about 50s?
Flint, plus a Zuma (not counted as a pedal) to power the whole shebang.
My '90 410 is just a smidge heavier than that. OOF! It stays home, mostly.
I had one of those for exactly 24 hours when I was about sixteen, 1970ish. I bought it from a kid in the neighborhood for $20 (I think) and the...
Nope. Grits. Family moved south when I was eleven so they were new to me. The transition from oatmeal and Frosted Flakes to hominy, then, meant sugar.