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I'll put my money on "To eat the chicken"!
Hagar, with Schon circa 1983-84. GREAT album I really recommend.
On the Dick Cavett Show, Jimi Hendrix was asked by the host...
"How does it feel to be the greatest guitar player in the world?" Jimi replied:...
I have bent the legs of OD caps many a time, for years... and they are not leaking any DC voltage... maybe I got lucky? I wouldn't get too wrapped...
Great ol' tune from my childhood!
I have only two large feet... sorry no extras
The Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about?
Feel free to share some sound clips!
Welcome! You are definitely in the right place.
Maybe those logs were roasted
Aww man! What did it go for?
Clean looking PRII!
I like it.
Great place to be for tips, tricks and advice.
Here's my latest build for a gigging player in Orlando... I like the Mojotone 22G pretinned wire I used here.
I also really like the Push Back...
A great cover by our ole' friend Stevie...
It's a good mod to do. But I like to keep as much 5F1 gain on tap as I can so I tend to limit how much it can lose to ground through the tone...
Nice work on the amplifiers you shared. I dig the Mustard and Iskra's in that Tribute Amp.
Welcome! Thanks for sharing this!
Man I am liking that Twin. I would snap it up!
@cometazzi That Craig Anderton's "Electronic Projects for Musicians" is what got me tinkering on Amps in the early 90's. Great book!
Its on Ebay right now 15 bucks
Getting Started in Electronics by Forrest M Mimms - Radio Shack book paperback | eBay
looks like a cool book!
Right on @dogmeat... I graduated from Bartlett in the 80's and worked at Totem Triplex theatre on Muldoon during High School.
Miss the old times...
Ahh the stories those two girls could tell!
Spent a good portion of my life in Anchortown and Eagle River. Been all over that area! Where abouts...
I like it! Reminds me of my old Destroyer