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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by WickedGTR, Aug 18, 2013.
Tell me again how you use sheep bladders to predict earth quakes.
Was the hotel really blue?
I only typed this as a fan boi playin a wicked game.
Why don't you have four Telecasters?
Three shall be the number thou shalt count, and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither count thou two, excepting that thou then proceed to three. Five is right out.
Yea.... Three is kinda' odd.
So your either allowed to have 3 or 9 nothing in between?
What if 6 was 9?
Was the highway really lonely? It had a blue hotel.
Ugh, I have too many guitars, but the ones I have all do something different that I want, and I use them all.
Lately it's more about recording equipment, another vice.
James, your avatar just freaks me out.....
Sorry the answer must be phrased as a question
Digital? Analogue? Both? Any prefs?
Truly. Years of painful addiction.
Both. I spent enough time with analog stuff that I'm not nostalgic for it compared to what is available today (and in the future) in the digital realm. Remembering reality sometimes overcomes nostalgia. Working on tape was slow and not very flexible. I probably spent years of my life waiting for tape to rewind.
I like a nice clean analog signal going in. A good mic or direct guitar >> clean tube mic pre amp >> good AD convertor the computer.
Once it goes into the computer it says digital.
Naw, that was the guy they called "No-Glasses Torz", I was "Glasses Torz". People could only tell us apart because of the glasses, and well, of course the giant hump on my back. Sometimes they just called me "Hunchback Torz", I have to admit, that stung a little.
Here's a closer shot of the tele with the strat trem bridge. It's on loan from TDPRI member Joel terry, who built it.
In the ole TV show "Denis the Menses", what was Mr. Wilson's dog's name?
Ruff was Dennis' dog. Mr. Wilson was dogless.
Denis the Menses was a very different show than Dennis the Menace apparently.
I was going to ask that...so I'll ask
whatever happened to a Sure 58 mic I had years ago?