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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Obsessed, Dec 4, 2020.
yeah! on the road with @brookdalebill and @Fiesta Red
I'd love to drink shots with all of you guys while we pass around a Tele running thru a wireless into a Twin Reverb.
We would need some wireless Mics too.
neither do you torch, you might be one of those talking roadside gnomes on the way to Mount Horeb
I’d like to listen to @Toto'sDad reminisce about the road and @brookdalebill reminisce about anything.
I’ll walk into a bar with just about anybody here, thank you.
Refresh my memory, exactly who are you?
Dang it! You figured out I’m just a simulation!
It’s Chet again and that plinka guy should be interesting.
brookdalebill for sure! And twangdude! Real cool guys who know guitars and good music
The guy who was here 15 years before you
More than that, actually. We had a software change back in 2003 that reset everyone
Wireless mics might be pushing it a bit ... speaking for myself anyway.
I gave one of those guys a ride to Verona the other night, turns out he was an EPIC employee
How about @kuvash and @EddieLocrian solving the world's problems over a few beers.
Two TDPRIers walked into a bar and ordered a couple of beers. One of them nudged the other and said, “Look over there! Is that an old, brass spittoon?”
“It sure is,” interjected the bartender. “That’s an antique! We keep it around for the customers who chew or dip.”
The two TDPRIers were well into their cups and one nudged the other and said, “Dude, I’ll give you a hundred bucks to take a sip out of that thing!”
They both laughed, but then the other replied, “A hundred bucks, huh? You’re on!”
He then went over and picked up the spittoon, raised it to his lips, and started drinking.
“Glut glug glug glug glug!” It seemed to go on forever. The other TDPRIer and the bartender gagged reflexively and looked away. Finally, the spittoon was empty and was lowered.
“Damn, dude! I said a sip! Why’d you drink the whole thing?” the first TDPRIer asked him, disbelief written large across his face. Both he and the bartender had turned a bit greenish.
“I tried to stop!” the second TDPRIer exclaimed. “But it all went down in one piece!”
Two rock-n-rollers walk out of a bar. Hey, it could happen.
@Torren61 and @Blazer
These two chaps always think of cool thread topics. I get the feeling, they would be entertaining and interesting.
@Sparky2 would be doing a comedy opening act of sorts. And @3-Chord-Genius would be there creating some sort of debate.
@chet again would turn up with @Toto'sDad and @Fiesta Red just to supervise and tell cool stories.
@klasaine would pop up to school all of us on music theory
And @ping-ping-clicka would be dancing around merrily, doing his own thing.
@hemingway would be selling some paintings and drinking tea.
I have met @24 track and @King Fan. Great people. @24 track gave me some cool amp stuff that I still use today! @King Fan treated me like a King in his home. I met @Mike Simpson one of his gigs in Phoenix. Listened to some great live music. @thechad and I have hooked up a few times too. A great guy, a budding amp tech too!
I have made friends and bought and sold amps across all 4 corners of Canada and the USA. In part due this forum. Some great memories were made thanks to many of the members here. Feeling nostalgic I want to recall a few great memories:
- Buying a 74 'Princeton Reverb in Scottsdale Az. Buying a suitcase at the thrift store and flying it home with my other luggage
- Shipping my '62 Blonde Twin to New Orleans
- Sending my '68 Drip Edge Vibro Champ to Texas
- Personally delivering my 1955 5E3 to Sacramento California. We made a deal and I brought home a 53 5D2 Princeton
- Shipping a 1975 Twin Reverb to St John's Newfoundland
- Shipping a 5F1 I built, to Halifax Nova Scotia
- Shipping my 1962 Brown 6G11 Vibrolux to Clearwater Florida
- Shipping my '63 6G3 to Toronto
- Shipping my 5D2 to Central Ontario
- Shipping my 1959 HPTT 5F8A To Toronto
- Speaking with Joe Bonamassa to work out a deal on my 5F8A. He called me from London lol.
I'm sure there's more I am forgetting. This group has indeed enriched my life.
Still hope to meet a few more contacts I've made here. When we can travel again someday, perhaps that will happen.
Thanks for the memories TDPRI.
I'd take you into town to the Yandina pub.... it could tell some stories...
I'm just a glitch in the matrix...