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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Telenator, Jul 2, 2020.
In the old days no one used Ipads or notepads on stage.
Things of great concern to guitar players: How much he gets tipped as the pizza delivery guy.
No.....but there were a lot more forgotten and flubbed lyrics.
I can’t listen to that band, both the bass and guitar have Antigua finishes!
That aftermarket non-ashtray bridge with compensated saddles sounds deplorably inauthentic! I must exit the venue forthwith!
I won’t buy that Custom Shop guitar, it doesn’t have a COA!
Is that a Squier, MIM, MIA or Custom Shop, or Boutique Tele?
-can't beat Real Tweed Tone......
but this is my £140 Peavey Classic 30.
How many picks you've lost, how many batteries you've gone through......
Aren't you afraid you'll loose that $50 pick?
"Your band is great, you played very good it must be the 11 gauge string set you are using, no way you could sound like that with 9s"
“I can’t believe that a guy your age can rock out like that!”
Get off my lawn, kid.
I've been fascinated with learning new things about this album lately, but when Ozzy Osbourne sang at the Speak of the Devil concerts that were recorded for the live album, he hadn't even rehearsed with the band until the afternoon before the first show, and he didn't know any of the lyrics because he was such a waste of flesh during the rehearsal sessions, never showed up.. He had a notebook to help him, but none of that mattered because he re-sang all the vocal tracks for that album in the studio later anyway.
"I'm glad you used a coiled guitar cable because it helped tame some of the high end of your Stratocaster. I can really hear the difference in the mix."
I could faintly hear your guitar breathing between songs. Can't beat a nitro finish!
"Look at that $20 capo he's using. You need to spend at least $50 for a decent one."
Dude that CuNiFe cuts like a Cu-Knife
I'm so glad you put the batteries back in your effect pedals. Those power supplies can sound really harsh.
Why yes, it is a relic. Sometimes it's hard to tell because I bought in the "scratch & dent" section.
"What year is your Tele? Is it American or Mexican? What kind of pickups are in it?"